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typical up toward palo alto. >> we'll have a local news update in about a half hour. local news update. =sam/4shot= good morning. making history. nbc news declares hillary clinton the presumptive nominee. the first woman in history to be nominated on a major party ticket. >> according to the news, we are on the brink of an historic, historic, unprecedented moment. >> but bernie sanders holds on, even after a call from president obama. >> we're going to go into that convention with enormous momentum. >> as voters in six states head to the polls today, the big prize, california, where the race could not be tighter. landfall. tropical storm colin now barreling across florida. powerful winds, heavy rain and possible tornadoes.
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savannah, charleston, wilmington, all in the storm's path as it creeps up the east coast. mug shot. prison officials release a new photo of o.j. simpson, the first public image in nearly three years. together again. a reunion 30 years in the making as swedish group abba gets together for a performance no one saw coming. today, tuesday, june 7th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. good morning, everybody. welcome to "today" on a tuesday morning. i can't believe you, abba. you had a reunion concert and didn't call us? >> this is a big deal. knowing me, knowing you, we're going to have a lot to say about that. >> so true. let's start with politics. the race for the white house is our top story. after reaching that magic number
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of delegates, the presumptive nominee, hillary clinton, has another reason to smile this morning. a brand-new nbc news/surveymonkey online poll shows 48% of respondents would vote for clinton if the election happened today. she edges out donald trump by four points. but with the former secretary of state poised to make history tonight, what does that mean for bernie sanders and a fractured democratic party? we have complete coverage. we'll start with kristen welker on the trail for us this morning. good morning. >> hey, savannah. good morning to you. this is an historic moment eight years in the making. secretary clinton becoming the first woman ever to clinch her party's nomination. she's not declaring victory yet. senator sanders isn't accepting the results. this morning, they both have the same message to the folks who live in the six primary states. get out and vote. hillary clinton making her mark on history. >> according to the news, we are
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on the brink of an historic, historic, unprecedented moment. >> reporter: nbc news projecting clinton has clinched the democratic nomination. the news even catching clinton off guard, forcing her to deliver hastily delivered remarks. >> we have work to do. we're going to fight hard for every single vote, especially right here in california. >> reporter: clinton later capping the moment with a previously planned star-studded event late monday night. >> we're going to come out of the primary even stronger to take on donald trump. >> reporter: bernie sanders' campaign, which has poured most of its remaining resources into california, called the decision a rush to judgment. sanders remaining defiant, singling out nbc and the ap for calling the race for clinton. >> people of california have the right to determine who is going to be president of the united states. not necessarily having to listen to ap or nbc. >> reporter: the clinton campaign worried clinching the
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nomination could dampen turnout today in california, where a clinton win would make it all but impossible for sanders to stay in the race. she and her campaigner in chief holding a combined 34 events in the past week alone, taking aim at donald trump. >> i'll make america great again. that is a code word. what it really means is, i'll make america great, the way it was 50 years ago. >> reporter: this morning, signs president obama is already working to unify the deeply divided party. speaking with bernie sanders on the phone this weekend. aides tell nbc news the president could endorse clinton as early as this week. but the question, what will sanders do now? it was eight years ago today hillary clinton conceded to barack obama. >> although we weren't able to shatter that highest, hardest glass ceiling this time, thanks to you, it's got about 18 million cracks in it. >> reporter: in an interview with rachel maddow before clinton clinched, she called on
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sanders to do the same. >> i knew how important it was that we unify the democratic party. i think it's equally important this time around. >> sanders' argument is that the math that put clinton over the top relies on superdelegates. those are those elected officials who don't officially cast their ballots until the convention. important to point out, this is the same process that has been used in every election in modern history. secretary clinton's lead is sizable any way you look at it. senator sanders will mark tonight in california. secretary clinton will be here in brooklyn. matt, savannah? >> kristen welker starting us off, thank you. for more, let's bring in steve kornacki and nicolle wallace. good morning to you. steve, we'll start with you at the monitor. all day yesterday, hillary clinton, by everybody's math, was 19 delegates short of clinching the nomination. what happened? >> there were no primaries or caucuses yesterday. people are probably trying to say, what did happen? we'll explain exactly. the number we have her overall,
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2,384. the magic number, 2,383. what happened? two things. number one, puerto rico had a primary on sunday. it took awhile to count the delegates. she got a few extra delegates added to this category, the pledged delegates. you win those in primaries and caucuses. what kristen welker just said there is this category. this is key. superdelegates. who are these? elected officials, members of congress, governors, party leaders. they get to vote at the convention. they're free agents, voting for whoever they want. they declared yesterday, a number of them, they're for hillary clinton. >> any of this can be a moot point today because six states go to vote. >> this is all before the big set of final contests. poll closing times, number of delegates. look at this. 126 in new jersey alone. 475 out in california. bernie sanders can win some of these states. he might win a lot of the states. hillary clinton will get a lot of delegates, too. she's barely over right now. after tonight, she's going to be significantly over.
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>> come join us here. >> we turn to nicolle. steve just set the table for you. bernie sanders, what is his rationale for saying he needs to take this to the convention? even president obama is calling him. we don't know what the conversation was, but it seems to be nudging him through the stages of grief so the democratic party can move on. >> you can nudge him all you want. there's been no rationale for bernie sanders' political effort since march. there's been no mathematical path for sanders to topple clinton for months now. he is, i believe, viewing himself now as a leader of a revolution. i think in his mind, he must see clinton as an equally bad choice as donald trump. he's doing as much harm for her as trump is. >> with the back and forth over sanders, clinton and trump and everything on the republican side, can we stop and recognize history? i mean, this is a big deal. this is the first woman who will ever be nominated by a major party in the united states. eight years ago, clinton talked
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about 18 million hits in the glass ceiling and now she comes back eight years later and she'll be the democratic nominee. it is a major achievement. >> we talked about the democrats. still have the republicans to talk about. you guys, stay here for a bit. hillary clinton's likely opponent in the general election, donald trump, is creating more unrest within his own party after he reportedly urged supporters to intensify criticism of a judge and journalist. nbc national correspondent peter alexander joins us now from down the road at trump tower. good morning to you. >> good morning. if there were ever any doubt donald trump is a one-man commander of this campaign, in a conference call monday, trump overruled a memo sent out by members of his team encouraging surrogates not to discuss the trump university case. trump says some of his staffers simply aren't so smart. donald trump under fire. on fox news, trying to turn the page. >> i don't care if the judge is mexican or not. i'm going to do great with the
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mexican people because i provide jobs. i don't care about mexican. we're being treated unfairly. >> reporter: trump softening his tone after repeatedly claiming that judge gonzalo curiel, overseeing the trump university lawsuits against him, is biased because of his mexican heritage. taking sides, former california governor arnold schwarzenegger, who appointed curiel in 2007, now praising him as an american hero. the chorus of criticism among republicans growing louder. john kasich and ted cruz. >> it is inappropriate to attack ethnicity. >> reporter: marco rubio disturbed by the remarks and discouraged by the choices. >> this is the choice that voters have given us. >> reporter: hillary clinton slamming trump. >> this attack on the judge is just another example of how he is absolutely impervious to the values of america. >> reporter: trump, who has cast himself as heir to ronald reagan's legacy --
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>> i've evolved on many issues over the years, and you know who else has, ronald reagan. >> reporter: publicly rejected by reagan's son michael. tweeting if his father were alive today, this would likely be the first time he'd not support the nominee of the gop. facing backlash, trump is personally delivering new marching orders. on a conference call with top surrogates on monday that allegedly included telling people to escalate attacks on the judge. add, i would go at' em. trump's campaign manager telling nbc news, the report is not accurate. sources familiar with the conversation tell me that donald trump and the rnc chair reince priebus have had conversations in recent days. many republicans, let's be very clear, think this is a big mistake what trump has been saying, made worse by the fact that he's publicly litigating a suit over a personal, private business but doing it from his new position as the de facto
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leader of the republican party and hurting the party in the process. matt and savannah? >> peter alexander, thank you very much. back to nicolle and steve. the political train is littered with bodies of political pundits who say, this statement or that statement, this behavior or that behavior, will be the end of donald trump. >> right. >> is there any evidence this is somehow different? >> no. donald trump's supporters, i don't think, will peel off in the general public. this will become an increasingly difficult campaign for anyone who has to govern under the banner as a republican to get behind. donald trump has made it abundantly clear that he doesn't care about the republican party. in fact, in these moves, he cares more about his personal business interests. this is about litigating something -- trump university, i'm told my folks close to trump, is something he may have a little bit of embarrassment about so he's going to double down and protect his business assets as a hedge, in case the political venture during work out. >> people think he's worried
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about losing the lawsuit so he's chastising the judge so he has a reason to say he lost. >> exactly. >> steve, if you're a republican running for a seat in congress, or trying to hold your seat in congress, you know that over the next four or five months, these are the questions you're going to face every time a camera is near you. >> it might not be this issue, but this is the sort of thing you'll have to deal with. just the body language from like a marco rubio right there. also, ted cruz, i thought that was striking. keep in mind, so far, ted cruz has not endorsed donald trump. i talked to one of his former aides who said he doesn't think ted cruz will endorse trump before the campaign is over. >> this report from bloomberg politics about the conference call. which the trump organization has declined but they are saying that trump was on the phone and saying my campaign staff irs don't know what they're talking about and we should all double down on this criticism of the judge. >> campaign staffers getting blamed, that's the only reason you work on a campaign, so you can take the blame.
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it's never the boss' fault. that's within the realm of acceptable. this idea you're going to attack a judge based on his ethnicity is the very definition of racism. lindsey graham called it un-american. these are the attacks you'll hear when trump engages in this kind of bare-knuckle politicking. >> thank you, as always. let's turn to tropical storm colin making landfall on the florida coast overnight. this morning, more than half of the sunshine state is under a state of emergency. that storm now heads up the coast and soaks the southeast. nbc's kerry sanders is in charleston, south carolina. good morning. >> good morning, matt. thousands of residents are making up without electricity in florida, georgia, here in south carolina, and a little north into north carolina. tropical storm colin's center, or you might call it an eye, has moved off the coast into the atlantic near savannah, georgia. this morning, tropical storm colin is taking aim at the carolina coast, a powerful
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one-two punch. torrential rains and damaging winds. >> it's a mess. >> reporter: this dramatic video as the storm swept over a house near jacksonville. >> hard to believe. >> reporter: seen from two angles. the homeowner convinced it was one of several reported tornadoes. the roof ripped off in seconds. overnight, a path of destruction through florida and parts of georgia. >> it was so fast. it went by so fast. >> reporter: fast and furious. thousands without power this morning. along the coast, waterspouts spotted just offshore. high waves crashing over seawalls, swamping the deck of this popular waterfront bar on the beach. flooding lowooding low-lying ar. the storm tore boats apart, sinking some and leaving others adrift. a sarasota police officer fighting to save this one.
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and off bradenton beach, a dramatic rescue. this man and his elderly mother saved by the coast guard. this is what's left of their house boat. everything they own, gone. >> i'm lost with words. it's a tragedy, but i'm alive. >> on monday, some airlines had to cancel flights in florida due to tropical storm colin. it's expected they'll resume regular service today. meantime, the rains associated with the tropical storm, which i noted as off the coast of georgia, extend more than 500 miles to the southwest. all the way down to south of tampa where they were hit with seven inches of rain. may get another three inches of rain today. matt and savannah, tropical storm colin has been a real soaker. >> kerry sanders, thank you. it's not finished yet, al. >> not quite. it'll be moving quickly. it's going to start losing its strength quickly, too. we may even see it lose its tropical storm designation by the 8:00 advisory.
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keep you posted on that. heavy rain in tampa now. another system pushing through, part of the cold front. in the meantime, colin is 90 miles south-southwest of charleston. 50-mile-per-hour winds. it's moving to the northeast at 31 miles per hour. we have tropical storm warnings along the southeastern atlantic coast. more flood watches through florida as the front pushes down. you're going to see the heavy rain through tampa. also, this front pushes it offshore pretty quickly. that's the good news. bad news for florida, this front lays there, dumping more rain. look at the rainfall amounts. flash flood warnings for tampa, sarasota, st. petersburg until 9:00 a.m. could see another three to five inches of rain. and along the carolina coast, could pick up another inch or two. this thing is moving very, very quickly. in some breaking news to tell you about overnight. at least 11 people, including 7 police officers were killed in a car bombing in istanbul.
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turkish officials say the attack targeted a bus carrying riot police during rush hour traffic. at least 36 people were wounded. there was no immediate claim of responsibility. want to turn now to a growing controversy surrounding the sentencing of a former stanford university student convicted in an on-campus sexual assault. this morning both the judge and the student's father are under fire after the promising athlete received just six months in jail. gadi schwartz has the details on this story. >> good morning. brock turner has been banished from campus. never to set foot on stanford grounds again. even still, many people here on campus are outraged saying the judge's six-month sentence sends the wrong message. 20-year-old swimming star brock turner could have been looking at 14 years for sexually assaulting an intoxicated and unconscious woman behind a dumpster on stanford's campus. caught in the act by two swedish students who tackled and held him there until police arrived. >> it was horrible.
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it was hard to see. >> reporter: instead of 14 years, a judge has ruled he'll spend only six months in jail, eligible for parole in three months, citing his age and lack of criminal record at sentencing. documents obtained by nbc news, a probation officer says turner is remorseful, saying in his own words, i can barely live with myself. i can't even get out of bed in the morning. i think about it every second of every day. but the lenient sentence enraged thousands. online, a petition circulating with more than 200,000 signatures, calling for the judge to be removed from the bench. some saying this is a case of class privilege. >> if getting good grades or swimming fast is a basis for giving you an exception from the california state minimum penalties, then basically what you're saying is, it's open season on college women. >> reporter: others pointing out the judge was a former stanford athlete himself. adding fuel to the rage, a
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statement made by turner's father asking for leniency saying, his life will never be the one he dreamed about and worked so hard to achieve. that is a steep price to pay for 20 minutes of action out of his 20-plus years of life. turner's father now apologizing for his choice of words. while the victim has written a heart-wrenching 12-page letter to turner that has gone viral. your damage was concrete. stripped of titles, degrees, enrollment. my damage was internal, unseen. i carry it with me. you took away my privacy, my energy, my time, my safety, my intimacy, my confidence, my own voice, until today. turner has already started serving his sentence. he'll have to register as a sex offender and could be out as early as the beginning of most fall semesters. maut matt, back to you. >> gadi schwartz, thank you very much. al is back with the rest of the forecast. >> we want to get to your local forecast in the next 30 seconds.
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good morning, i'm meteorologist kari hall. a lots of clouds out the door. we'll see these clouds clearing out through the day with temperatures at about 60 heading up to 66 in san francisco. still low clouds and drizzle there. in the east bay we'll be up to 72 and 78 in the peninsula. in the south bay as well as the tri-valley, we'll have spots hitting low 80s. ft. bay high of 73. ather. guys? >> al, thank you very much. just ahead, for the first
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time in years, we're getting a look at o.j. simpson behind bars. plus, as summer travel season heats up, we'll tell you what to do if you get caught in those long tsa lines and where to turn if you happen to miss your flight. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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and the majority were rated as cleared or minimal at 12 weeks. be the you who talks to your dermatologist about stelara®. ==topvo== the polls a officially en for the california a very good morning. 7:26. the polls are officially open for the california presidential primary. polling locations opened at 7:00 a.m. and will remain open until 8:00 tonight. hillary clinton is now the presumptive democratic presidential nominee. nbc reports she has enough delegates and committed super delegates. bernie sanders is calling that projection premature. he argues super delegates can change their minds up to the july convention. with california very much up for grabs, both are urging everyone to make sure their vote is counted. should be nice today. >> it will be nice. we start out with clouds, mist and drizzle along the coast. we are going to see all that
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clearing out as we go through the day. it's 60 in oakland. 62 in palo alto. san jose 59. heading into the low 80s for the south bay. 70s forthe peninsula. san francisco up to 66. novato, 79. 71 in hayward. 81 livermore. there will be spots heating up inland later on today. let's head over to anthony to get a view where you may be slowing down on the roads. >> south bay has slowing. this is typical. 101 northbound near the 280 interchange. 280 flowing through campbell. 85 coming through saratoga. things improve headed toward palo alto. east bay seeing slowing across parts of 880 outside oakland. stop and go approaching the bay bridge toll plaza. >> we'll be back in a half hour.
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♪ i ain't never giving up 7:30 now. it's a tuesday morning, the 7th day of june, 2016. nice welcome to the folks out on a steamy plaza this morning. >> little rain for us out there. good morning. inside the studio, here's a look at the headlines this morning. hillary clinton poised to make history, as she becomes the presumptive nominee. >> out of the primary even stronger to take on donald trump. >> that boost coming as voters in six states head to the polls today, and as bernie sanders still holds out hope. he's accusing the media of a rush to judgment. al has been talking about tropical storm colin, making landfall overnight. bringing winds and rains to
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florida. this morning, more than half the sunshine state under a state of emergency, as the storm heads up the coast with soaking rains. the cincinnati zoo is reopening its gorilla exhibit today with a higher re-enforced barrier. this comes ten days after a 3-year-old boy climbed into the enclosure and fell into a shallow mote. a special response team shot and killed the endangered gorilla to protect the boy. a prosecutor announced on monday he will not take charges against the child's mother. let's begin with our first look at o.j. simpson in years. the nfl hall of famer appearing in a new mug shot. natalie has more on that. >> simpson is 68 years old and eight years into his prison sentence. a new mug shot showing what one of the most infamous criminals in america looks like now. >> reporter: this morning, a new photo of a familiar face. an older, grayer version of a smiling o.j. simpson. the new picture, the most recent
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mug shot of simpson from the lovelock correctional center in nevada, where he has been locked up for eight years. the mug shot, part of a routine practice to keep updated information on inmates. now 68 years old and wearing his prison issued uniform, simpson has not been pictured in a mug shot since 2013. the once beloved nfl star is serving a sentence of up to 33 years for a 2007 incident at a las vegas hotel. simpson was found guilty in 2008 of criminal conspiracy, kidnapping, assault, robbery and using a deadly weapon. the hieisman trophy winner coul be paroled in 2017, after completed a mandatory, minimum, nine years of his sentence. the photo comes as his long-time friend and former police officer ron ship is speaking out. saying simpson is in torment today. adding that, i hope one day, he actually be rid us of all the
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doubt and con spearespiracy the and say, i'm sorry i did it. referring to his trial of the century. making headlines amid a new documentary on simpson's life. >> you [ bleep ] murderer! >> reporter: and the popular show,"the people versus o.j. simpso simpson". renewing the debate over whether simpson kill ed goldman. >> to say i'm at peace with the verdict, no. >> there's moral justice and there is legal justice. when that not guilty verdict was rendered, i felt legal justice was done. as far as moral justice, i haven't discussed it with anyone, including my wife. >> simpson was, of course, cleared of murdering his ex-wife and goldman in the world-famous
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trial in 1995. in 1997, he was found liable for the double murders and ordered to pay the family $33 million. >> he's been in prison on the nevada charge. nat, thank you. let's get another check of the weather from al. >> announcer: today's weather is brought to you any nationwide. nationwide is on your side. >> we're looking at some big heat out west, and it's going to make its way east as the week wears on. so for today, portland, 21 degrees above normal at 92. vegas, 107. phoenix, five degrees above normal at 107. tomorrow, oklahoma city gets in on the act. as does bismarck and cheyenne. kentucky city, 93. birmingham, five degrees above normal at 90. on friday, atlanta, you warm up. same in indianapolis, green b it will feel more
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comfortable in parts of the bay area today. still in the low to mid 80s in the south bay. gilroy 86. redwood city at 78. 78 in palo alto. the mission district 63 with a mix of sun and clouds. more sunshine this afternoon. 73 in santa rosa. 72 in oakland. dublin today looking at a high of 78. >> get that weather any time you need it. weather channel on cable. weather.com online. matt? do you own a hawaiian shirt? >> i do. >> that's right. you wore one cooking the other day. >> do you, matt? >> i do not. but up next, what's old is new again. why you may be saying aloha to hawaiian shirts this summer. >> now, i know what to get you. jeff rossen has what to do when travel plans go awry. >> hi, good morning. i'm jeff rossen. coming up, we've seen those long security lines at airports.
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>> i can picture savannah running through the airport. >> running. >> we've all been there, too. it's not just you. it's that frantic, last-minute dash to the gate, hoping you make your flight before they close their doors. when you don't, it stinks. the customer service lines, the rebooking fees, the standby flights, the connections. enough to drive anyone crazy. is there any way around it all? this morning, i'm dealing with the drama to help you in a crunch. it's a travel nightmare. >> i missed my flight. two hours, i couldn't get through that. >> reporter: this year alone, american airlines saying long tsa lines causing over 70,000 customers to miss their flights. and that's just one airline. >> ridiculous. >> reporter: it is getting better, but missing your flight for whatever reason can cost you big bucks and big headaches. what can happen if your plane takes off without you? >> booking atlanta to nashville. >> reporter: to find out, i'm booking flights on major airlines and missing them on purpose. to see how the airlines handle it.
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first up, southwest airlines. i missed my flight. >> okay. >> reporter: at 3:25 p.m., it's looking good. >> i'll put you on standby for atlanta. >> otherwise, i have to get a hotel tonight? >> mm-hmm. >> sitting on standby, hoping they find me a seat. one by one, i watch people board. doesn't look good. then -- >> jeffrey rossen. >> bingo. they got me on a flight. go, southwest. now watch what happens at delta, with my 10:16 p.m. i missed the flight. is there any way i can get a refund? >> you have to call the customer service desk for that. >> you can't handle that here? >> no, sir. you can try the customer service desk. >> where are they? >> across from d-27. >> i walk across the terminal to the delta desk. >> non-refundable. penalty applies. >> non-refundable. penalty applies. >> i can call and ask for a refund but i can't guarantee it.
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>> reporter: odd. delta calls delta. he's on hold for four minutes. >> they put you on hold the same time they put us on hold at home. >> the other day, it was 48 minutes. 48 minutes. >> you waited 48 minutes and you work her? >> exactly. >> imagine how we feel. >> exactly. >> reporter: they call me to call myself, and i do. i love that i'm in the airport, went to the delta customer service counter, and they were sweet and lovely, but it ends with me having to call the regular number. it was worth the wait. since i booked in the last 24 hours, delta gave me a full refund. later declining to comment on our experience. but big tip here. turns out on most airlines, including delta, you can cancel and get a full refund, too, within 24 hours of booking on most tickets. meanwhile, over at united -- hi, did i miss the flight? thinki
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things are about to get bumpy. >> the first flight is tomorrow. >> what time? >> 2:39. >> p.m.? that's almost 24 hours from now. >> the 5:40 is full. no seats. you can go standby for that flight. >> which flight? >> 5:40 a.m. >> reporter: that's right. i have decisions to make. i am standby on a 5:40 a.m. flight tomorrow. i'm confirmed on a 2:40 p.m. flight tomorrow. either way, i have to get a hotel tonight. then if i want to try the standby thing and get there in the morning, wake up at like 3:00 in the morning, probably not get on that standby flight. then go back to the hotel until the afternoon. >> reporter: now, i need a place to sleep. >> can i get a room? cha ching, another $189 down the drain. united says, they're able to re-accommodate most passengers who miss the flight on the same day, and continue to invest in improving the airport experience. i'm just glad this trip is over. bye. i was happy to miss these flights on purpose to give you these tips. i'm not going to make a habit of
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that. here's another tip. when you're booking your flight, don't just pay attention to the price of the ticket, though that is important. look how many flights a day leave from that airport to your destination on your airline. the routes, more of them, you have a better chance of rebooking in case something goes wrong. the later in the day the flight is, the less chance you have. book a morning flight if you can. >> i never take the last flight. >> you think this is our fault anyway. because -- >> but the headline is, get there early. don't miss the flight. >> because sit on you. >> and they won't pay if you miss it because of the lines. the airlines say if you miss it because of the lines, they won't pay. that's your fault. tomorrow, simple solutions to beat the lines. best part? it's all free. apps that promise to get you through fast. telling you how long the lines are at the busiest airports in real time. did you know the tsa itself has its own app? they do. you'd think it'd be the most accurate of all.
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we're back at 7:50. carson is in the orange room with the loss of a very special service dog. hey, carson. >> thanks. we're following a touching story out of texas, where a special dog was given an emotional fair we -- farewell on monday. >> reporter: it was a difficult day for firefighters at the cy-fair fire department in harris county, texas. lining the path to the fair field animal hospital, saluting a special four-legged partner, making her final journey home. her name was bretagne, a 16-year-old golden retriever was the last known surviving search
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and rescue dog who worked at ground zero following the september 11th attacks. >> through training, they are rewarded. their job is to find live human scent. >> reporter: the dog's handler, denise quarleskocorliss, talked working with then 2-year-old bretagne in the aftermath of 9/11. >> what were the moments that crystallized what her role was here? >> i think that moment was not when we were searching on the pile, but when we were staged adjacent to the pile. just waiting. searche searchers, rescuers would come by to pet her and to thank her. so it became an unexpected role of a therapy dog. >> reporter: the team was deployed to many national disasters, including new orleans after hurricane katrina. bretagne spent late years inside classrooms as a therapy dog for children. >> bretagne would have been 17 in august. many are turning to social media to thank her for her service. kim is writing, i am proud to be
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an american now. this dog is a true american hero. rest in peace. diamond adds, rest in peace. your service goes beyond words. today.com, you can check out the stories of the other hero dogs who served at ground zero, as well. back to you guys. >> that was nice. >> i love to see how they honored her, too. carson, thank you. still to come, science becomes child play. researchers figure out why nobody can resist a baby. here they go again. abba returns after 30 years. after y ♪ what if we woke up one day and everything just stopped going wrong? no more accidents. no more fires. no more emergencies.
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wx toss to traffic >>. >> good tuesday morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. we start out with low clouds, some mist and drizzle over the golden gate bridge and temperatures that are on the cool side. elsewhere, we have a lot of clouds and clearing in parts of the south bay. it is now 59 degrees in san jose and concord. 61 in oakland. a look at the microclimates and where we are headed today. expect a high of 86 in gilroy. warm in spots. it does cool down in redwood city. 76. 66 if san francisco. santa rosa 73. oakland 72. 82 antioch. expect we keep this kind of weather then it heats up once again for this weekend. let's head over to anthony. >> bay bridge approach slow here. no big surprise. fog and drizzle. emeryville, we did have an
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earlier accident that's been cleared. lots of traffic and slow going across the east bay. maps show the red near hercules. continues to remain slow with speeds below 40 miles per hour approaching the maze. 238 there is an accident near washington. stays slow across parts of the south bay. 101 slow up toward the dunbarton bridge. 280 your alternate out of the south bay. >> happening now, polls are officially opened. locations opened statewide an hour ago. voters will cast their ballots until 8:00 p.m. click the green box in the top left corner for all your resources. >> one of the best mixed martial arts fighter dies suddenly. a piglet boom at one bay area zoo.
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it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, caught on camera. a parent's worst nightmare. a seven-week-old baby kidnapped in the blink of an eye. what police did to track the baby down, safe and sound. plus, risky business. a new warning about using those popular ear buds to listen to music. are they permanently damaging your child's hearing? what every parent needs to know. and move over oprah. here comes john oliver? >> yes, yes, yes! >> the late-night host makes television history with a $15 million give away.
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>> i am the new queen of daytime talk! >> today, tuesday, june 7th, 2016. ♪ >> minnesota girls are in new york city at the "today" show. >> happy birthday! >> team usa. ♪ play that >> shout out to our family and friends in florida. >> from west virginia, bestie trip to nyc. >> "today" show, sign my mug! it is 8:00 on "today." it is tuesday, june 7th, 2016. it is a beautiful day out on our plaza. we've got a great crowd. by the way, did you hear the end
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of that take, we had a request? a request to sign a mug. yes, ma'am. >> guess who is going to be visiting? the rockettes. >> i love it. >> their summer spectacular. i'm going to be going over to radio city to show you how they make it rain inside. >> inside the building? >> carson makes it rain. >> it's a whole different thing. it's a saturday night -- don't want to talk about it. >> slightly different meaning there. let's go inside to natalie. i know. this is what happens when we get distracted. natalie has the headlines of the morning. good morning to you guys. in the news, a defiant bernie sanders is refusing to step aside, as primary voters head to the polls today in california and five other states. nbc news projected monday evening that hillary clinton has secured enough party delegates
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to clinch the democratic nomination. sanders is insisting that california voters should be heard. our new nbc news/surveymonkey poll shows clinton over trump in a general election matchup. the judge overseeing trump university lawsuits is said to be biased by trump because of his mexican heritage. former rival ted cruz says trump should apologize to curiel, and it is obviously inappropriate to attack a judge's race or ethnicity. ronald reagan's son michael tweeted if his father were arrive, it would be the first time his father wouldn't support the gop nominee. a baby was kidnapped outside of a mall. the surveillance footage was just released overnight, though it happened in march. >> reporter: this is a mother's worst nightmare. her seven-week-old baby boy
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taken from her at the mall. it happened in the blink of an eye. the brazen kidnapping caught on newly released security camera images. the boy's mom said the suspect coziy eied up to her. >> so polite, nice, calm, energetic. >> reporter: prosecutors say what was done yet was anything but. the 32-year-old accused of grabbing the baby and running. hunter briefly looked away to tend to her other child, a 2-year-old. >> i turned for a second. when i realized it was really happening, it was like my heart could burst open at any moment. >> reporter: security video shows the suspect walking away quickly, climbing up the stairs two at a time and leaving the mall. the abduction sparking an amber alert and a frantic search. five hours later, police say they found the baby in the woman's home. >> no apology, nothing? >> reporter: she is facing several charges, including felony kidnapping.
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>> she's told investigators she did not go to the mall with an intention to steal a baby. >> reporter: she lost a baby of her own in february. >> and an attorney for the accused kidnapper declined to comment. her client is free on $500,000 bail. she did not enter a plea but is due in court later this month. more tributes to muhammad ali in his hometown of louisville, kentucky, where several celebrations are planned ahead of friday's public memorial service. craig melvin joins us from louisville. good morning. >> natalie, good morning to you. there will be the muslim prayer funeral service on thursday, ahead of friday afternoon's interfaith service here in views little. me -- louisville. monday night, we saw hundreds of folks leave the high school where ali garage yatraduated in. they marched from the high school to the cultural center.
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meanwhile, i also spent some time yesterday talking to assad ali, the youngest of muhammad ali's nine children. we talked about the relationship he had with his father. we also spent some time talking about the final moments inside that phoenix area hospital room friday. >> i'm the youngest, so he's already started with his arken s -- parkinson's. it was heavy as i was growing up. we had the spiritual relationship. didn't always have to be words. we'd look at each other and know what we were thinking. the moments were like that, sitting and talking with him. i whispered stuff in his ear, between me and him. last things i needed to say to him. i know he heard it. >> among the pole barriers at friday's service, lenox lewis.
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also, will smith, the osc oscar-nominated actor, who portrayed muhammad ali in the 2001 film, will also be a pole bearer, as well. >> thank you. sad news from the world of mixed marshal arts. k kimbo slice passed away. he died in coral springs, florida. no word on the cause of death. slice gained note toriety for street fights before fighting professionally. this viral video might seem alarming at first, as a jaguar appears to sneak up on a man leaning against the wall at an animal sanctuary. fooled you. the jaguar was playing around with him, whose organization rescued him. looks like a cute kitty, but not so much. >> cute until it's not. >> exactly. little scary.
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loud music, from headphones to clubs and concerts. all these can contribute to permanent damage, to auditory nerves that can lead to hearing impairment later in life. the results prompting these researchers to sound the alarm, claiming the only solution, prevention. dr. natalie azar is an nbc news medical editor. she's here with advice. 12% of young people are doing things that put them at risk for hearing loss and it's not temporary loss. >> we're calling it risky hearing behavior. we'll talk about some of the specifics in a moment. once there is damage, either to the auditory nerve, that's the nerve that carries the electrical impulse to the brain, or the little hairs inside the cochl cochlea, inside the inner ear, once damage is done to those, it's permanent and irreversible. >> do you have to be exposed over a long period of time for this to happen? >> so the degree of hearing loss can be associated with how loud
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the sound is and, of course, the duration of exposure. a sudden loud sound, like explosion, can also cause that. >> let's talk about your advice. ear buds, good thing to be careful with. >> really careful. any time you're putting anything in the ear canal, it's not the best thing in the world. the ear bud can actually increase the amount of decibels from seven to nine. you want the noise cancelling earphone. find out which are the best. >> some of the devices we're listening to, a phone or ipad, can pack a withith whallop. >> anything above 85. technically, 80 to 85. a motorcycle is 95 decibels. the loudest your mp3 goes is 105. the recommended rule, something called the 60/60 rule.
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listen to your mp3 player at 60% of its loudest. also for 60 minutes. that's easy to remember. basically, if you have your mp3 player on as loud as it can go for over an hour, you are already going to be sustaining damage that's irreversible. >> how many times do you pass someone wearing ear buds and you can hear their music in their ear buds? >> exactly. clearly, too loud. it's also too loud if you're two meters from someone and you have to shout to be heard. >> right. >> too loud if you hear buzzing or muffling after exposure. we talked about this, too, this is for everybody. this was a very, very good reminder for me, as a person, and also for my children, to be much more aware. not only are we worrying about screen time, which we talk about all the time, but we're talking about hearing time. >> good advice. by the way, thank you. if you want to try a quick five-minute hearing test, go to today.com. let's head over to al for a check of the weather. >> matt, we're watching colin right now. and we're watching this frontal
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system that's kind of draped across florida. what that's doing is bringing heavy rain to central florida. it's also dragging colin offshore. 45-mile-per-hour winds, or 45 miles south of wilmington, south carolina, with 50-mile-per-hour winds, it's booking at 33 miles per hour. we have tropical storm advisories right now in effect along the coast from surf city, north carolina to oregon inlet. we have flash flood warnings for s sarasota, st. petersburg. along the carolina coast, anywhere from one to maybe a half inch of rain. that's what's go good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. we do still have some fog and some mist as you head across the golden gate bridge. and as we take a look now at all of our microclimate temperatures, in the upper 50s to the low 60s.
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heading into the 70s today for the inner bay, and that includes the peninsula as well as the east bay and also for the north bay, 73 degrees, while san francisco's up to 66 degrees. temperatures still warm in the south bay as well as the tri-valley, making it into the 80s. we'll see more weather like this over the next couple of days. latest weather. guys? >> al, thank you so much. 8:17. time for trending. first up, a simple way to manage all the photos on our smartphones. how many do you have? >> thousands. >> tens of thousands. >> a lot of people like to organize their pictures. they want to tag the people on them. you can organize by events. it can get overwhelming very quickly. there is a better way to deal with that. the "new york times" says, don't deal with them at all. you just stress yourself out. don't try to organize them. what you should do is let google back them up and move on. be zen about it. >> do nothing? >> nothing. >> blow it out.
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>> cloud service, back them up. >> i guess there is something on google, too. >> there's google. any number of clouds. >> apparently, trying to organize and tag is just not -- it's lunacy. >> looking for one photo from the one vacation and can't find it. >> scroll. >> it groups into dates, locations or events. >> i bet your photos are organized. >> a little bit. >> i knew it. >> facial recognition. all that stuff. this is the best trending story ever for carson. >> all right. >> hawaii shirts, back. >> yes! the inner magnum in me is excited. >> cargo shorts. the new york post declares hawaiian shirts are not tacky anymore. they were popular in the '80s before losing favor. people criticized them. now stars like jared leto are bringing back the palm and hibiscus trend. everyone from valentino to j.
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crew jumping on board. al? >> i have several and enjoy them. >> yeah? >> yeah. i did go a little too far by getting everybody in a hawaiian shirt. >> we were ahead of the trend, too. >> feels like you're on vacation when you wear the print. puts you in a happy place. >> do you have one? >> not -- >> you'd go shirtless. >> that was in key west. we did that. ladies, do you think men in hawaiian shirts are sexy? >> watch what you say, ladies. >> it's happy. >> puts you in a good place. the headline on the next story is no surprise. babies, we know, they're irresistible, but why? scientists revealed the answer. researchers from oxford say babies, with their laugh, intoxicating smell, appeal to every scent. they also trigger our care giving sensibilities. the appeal was the same whether you were a man or woman, whether you had your own kids or didn't.
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apparently, babies are just -- >> you want to eat them. >> you do. >> nibble their ears. >> no question. it's why god gave puppies that smell. >> they do. >> until they poop. >> exactly. >> thank you, natalie. >> that was weird. >> took a turn. >> she's right though. starting something new this morning. i need you all to get excited. it's called the tuesday trending fishbowl. it is so big. >> the fishbowl. >> every "today" show anchor is on set. we have hoda and kathie lee here in the corner. >> oh, my. >> willie is here. >> willie g. >> we're going to -- we've done something like this before. we'll put two minutes on the clock. >> worked so well. >> we had to do it again. >> two minutes and go. >> i don't trust it. >> what's your favorite album? elton john, good-bye yellow brick road. >> are you pregnant? well, yeah, i am pregnant!
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[ applause ] >> wait a minute. >> that's amazing. >> oh, my gosh! >> congratulations. >> we'll never do the fishbowl again. >> mike and i are so excited. we're expecting a baby in december. >> i have a question. >> yes. >> joel and i wentz to dinner, and i noticed your wineglass wasn't going down. i thought you weren't in the mood. >> i'm always in the mood, hoda. you know. >> i know. >> i had to hold off on drinking for some time now. we're so thrilled and excited.
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i have a thougshot of my mom wh told her. >> oh, my gosh. >> i called her at like 4:00 in the morning in arizona. >> that's great. >> what did vail say? >> only one person that's not sure how she feels about it. we can roll a little video. >> do you want a new baby? >> no! [ laughter ] >> that's how she feels. >> not on the fence. >> exactly. >> you think she wants a sister or brother? >> i think she wants to be alone. >> i love the t-shirt. >> she'll be excited. she loves babies. she likes to play with your kids. >> we're so happy for you. [ applause ] >> awesome. >> kathie lee, your turn. >> it's a miracle! >> that is so great.
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congratulations. [ applause ] >> thanks, guys. >> how do we top that? >> follow that. >> you have pop start. >> oh, my gosh. i don't know if i can get through it. we're so happy for you. >> amazing. >> i wish everybody was here. >> a lot of pressure on fishbowl. >> kathie lee drove in from connecticut. this better go well. let's start with abba. surprise performance. members of the band reunited and performed a song together. it was a private party to celebrate 50 years since the songwriters met. the performance was impromptu and happened two years after bjorn said the members would never be together again on stage. hugh hefner's playboy mansion is under contract to be sold, and the buyer is the owner of hostess brands, hefner's
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neighbor. the mansion was listed for $200 million. the deal allows 90-year-old hefner to stay there for the rest of his life in the house. the playboy mansion has 12 bedrooms, sits on 5 lush acres of land. that's going to be a rich area for the late-night boys tonight. playboy mansion sells to twinkie owner. hbo host john oliver topped oprah. in 2007, oprah's famous, you get a car, you get a car. that show. everybody drove away in style. the give away was $7 million. john oliver thought he could do better. on his show, he formed his own company and paid the debts of 9,000 people. the value, $15 million. >> wow. >> makes it officially the largest one-time give away in tv history. about a 20-minute long segment from his show. worth watching. that's your pop start.
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but who cares because savannah is pregnant. >> amazing. since you announced your pregnant on the same day that abba got back together, if it is a boy, fernando. >> or bjorn. >> also thinking that some people might be at home right now thinking, what does this mean for the olympics in rio. >> yeah. so i'm not going to be able to go to rio. the doctors say we shouldn't because of the cdc -- or because of the zika virus. i'll miss it. you'll have to go to female beach volleyball without me, matt. try to carry on. >> i was going to anyway. that wasn't a question. i'll hold down the fort. we'll be in the height of campaign season, so i'll be here. >> congratulations. >> that's cool. coming up, the forecast inside radio city music hall, calling for a 100% chance of singing in the rain. the rockettes kick off a summer spectacular. they'll show us how they do it
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after your news, local weather and pregnancy reports. >> yay!i'm ... ==topvo== the pollsrofficiallopen for the california a good tuesday morning at 8:26. i'm sam brock. the polls are officially open for the california presidential primary. polling locations opened at 7:00 a.m. they'll remain open until 8:00 tonight. hillary clinton is now the presumptive democratic presidential nominee. nbc reports that she already has enough delegates and committed superdelegates to cross the threshold. but bernie sanders is calling that projection emature. that's because he argues so-called superdelegates can still change their minds all the way up to the july convention. with california still very much up for grabs, both candidates are urging everyone to make sure that their votes are counted. a check of your traffic right now. anthony slaughter joining us, seeing a slowdown on the bay bridge? >> yeah, still slow there. we had earlier accidents in
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emeryville and are still seeing the backups here. you can see the metering lights on and some of the fastrack lanes getting through without a problem. i want to switch to the maps and show you what's happening. lots of red from hercules down towards richmond and around the berkeley curve where we had the earlier accidents. they've been cleared, but the backups still there. across the east bay, 880 is slow north and southbound approaching the bridges and 101 is slow near the san mateo and dumbarton bridges and 101 southbound slow here getting into san jose, but northbound still remaining slow getting out of san jose heading over towards the dumbarton. back to you, sam. >> more updates throughout the morning.
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thank you so much. thank you. >> we're back at 8:30 on a tuesday morning. the 7th of june, 2016. by the way, you know the expression, news travels fast around here? >> yeah. >> take a look at some of the signs we have. they were just minted. congrats, savannah. congrats, savannah. >> they were hard at work out here. >> i know. >> i feel like i have this big relief. it's sweet to walk out there and see that. thank you so much.
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>> if you're tuning in, savannah just announced that she and her husband, mike, are expecting. >> new baby in december. >> best news of the day. >> crying now. >> i know. i already scheduled six months of daily eating segments. >> i thought you were crying because you saw jude law walking by. >> that also brings me to tears. he's dropping knowledge about his new role in the new movie "genius." plus, modern twist on a childhood favorite. we'll show you a simple, yet sophisticated way to make pb and j. hope you have a craving already. >> i do. al is across the street for a check of the weather. >> hey, guys. thank you so much. well, it's a beautiful day where you are. where i am, i've got a torrential downpour. in radio city, inside. the roof is not leaking. we'll explain this in a little bit. first, let's bring you your weather. everything you need to know, starting with today.
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we are looking at sunshine along the east coast. although we have tropical storm colin to deal with moving away. we're also looking at wet weather in the pacific northwest. the heat continues out west. we're also looking for tomorrow, beautiful weather along the eastern seaboard. wet weather through florida. look for showers hanging around the pacific northwest. plenty of sunshine in the southeast with that heat continuing. that's what's goin good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. we still have the windshield wipers on with drivers crossing the golden gate bridge. a lot of low clouds and fog while there is some clearing in parts of the east bay and the south bay. temperaturewise, we're in the upper 50s to lower 60s and heading into the 80s today for the inland valleys. in the peninsula to 78 degrees, and the mission district expecting a high of 63 degrees. 73 in santa rosa, while oakland's at 72 and dublin will get up to 78 degrees with some low 80s elsewhere in the
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tri-valley. still a wide range in temperatures and more of this weather the next couple of days. inside radio city. it is raining buckets right now. from christmas now to summer, we all love the world-famous rockettes. however, they have got a new show going. it is the new york spectacular, starring the new york city rockettes. how do they get it to rain for their singing in the rain number? they have more than 500 gallons of warm water flowing from 26 nozzles in a hose above the stage. it can go from a sprinkle to a downpour. covers 600 square feet of stage space. then it's collected in the drains and then continues and recycled and cleaned. joining me now, lindsey, one of the rockettes. good morning. >> good morning. thanks for coming to our neck of the woods. >> appreciate it. had to come all the way across the street. when you perform sometimes for us, it's rained and it is a tricky situation. how is it performing in a downpour here on radio city stage? >> it is so much fun.
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it is actually raining on us each show, right here in radio city music hall. it is one of the many remarkable, technical elements you'll see this summer in the new york spectacular. it'll dazzle audiences. this is an incredible show. you don't want to miss this. >> let's see you guys in action, in the rain. >> all right. ♪ i'm singing in the rain ♪ just singing in the rain ♪ what a glorious feeling ♪ i'm hap-hap again ♪ i'm laughing at clouds so dark up above ♪ ♪ just singing in the rain
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♪ coi have the sun on my face ♪ ♪ so hap -- happy ♪ i'm singing, singing, singing ♪ ♪ i'm singing in the ♪ singing in the rain >> radio city rockettes. the show is the new york spectacular. it is running for eight weeks, from june 15th to august 7th. there you go. it is raining inside.
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guys, that's what you've got to love about new york. >> we do, al. thank you very much. meanwhile, we have another treat this morning. a guy whose magic has mesmerized us for decades. he's bringing it to the big screen. >> david copperfield is a co-producer and consultant on "now you see me 2." it's illusionists staging a comeback performance, using high-tech magic, in hopes of exposing the unethical practices of a tech magnet. >> it'd be difficult to make it rain. that's something only god can do, right? i'll do something that god can't do. i won't just make it clear up. no, no, no, no. i'm going to make it actually stop. now, can god do that? no, i don't think so. what about make it go up? >> david copperfield, good morning. >> thank you. >> you're a consultant on the movie. they used real magic. in a minute, you'll show how
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they did that. >> you're in the movie, by the way. >> i am? >> yeah. >> how exciting. >> did you know you're pregnant, too? >> they cast for a broadcaster with child, and you played it great. i smell an oscar. >> thank you so much. >> i was reading about you last night, and things i forgot, 12 years old, you were entered into the american magic academy. is that what they call it? >> yes. >> 16 years old, you were teaching magic at nyu. >> yeah. >> do you think you were born to be a magician? >> probably, probably. i walked into the wrong class that day. i started teaching people about misdirection of fooling people. they didn't stop me. it turned out to be a political science class. >> i set him up, and you take them through. >> you've been at this game a long time. how has magic changed? is it like an athlete, you have to stay at the top of your game? >> we work hard. my show in vegas, we're doing
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things with spaceships and dinosaurs, time travel. this movie, "now you see me," is an example of keeping magic cool and current. it's awesome. >> what do we have here? >> amazing principle that's used in the movie. you saw the rain going up. this is a principle with -- that's real. this is a real principle. you see a close-up of the magic, of the rain going up, which is amazing. it's based on a principle that my friend ken rosenthal came up with. it is the -- what is it called -- if you look up the wagon wheel effect on google there, when you see a train wheel go backwards, when you're watching a movie, because of the frame rate, it happens with the strobe light. the water looks like it is going
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up. >> crazy. >> that's why all of the "today" show hosts are so thin. they're drinking anti-gravity water. even pregnant. >> it's not all they're drinking. i'll tell you that. >> it's an amazing principle exposed in the movie. it's shown. it's a real thing that can really work. >> we have to go out to vegas and hang out with him. >> you have to come visit. >> it would be cool. >> great to see you. >> "now you see me 2" comes out on friday. next, jude law takes us inside the mind of a "geniu"gen" first, this is "today" on nbc. we're back at 8:41.
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we're back with nominated actor jude law. in husbais new movie, "genius," plays a struggling writer looking for a break. he walks into the office of an editor behind hemingway and
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fitzgerald. the meeting would change his life forever. >> you can't kill the roots by knocking off a few top branchs. the roots go deep, mr. perkins. >> mr. wolfe, we intend to publish your book. >> jude law, good morning. good to see you. >> morning. >> thomas wolfe, not a household name. f. scott fitzgerald, hemingway, we know them way. who is this guy? you almost need to look at what he's carrying in his arms there to understand. >> handwritten manuscript that was his first novel. he was an extraordinary character. you're right, it's odd that he's disappeared from the common literary terrain that everyone knows about. he was on the syllabus, i believe, in the states until the '70s. he was a great believer in shaking up the literary world. he was a believer in the freedom
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of speech and putting down on the page, if you like, a document of who he was and what he was about, as opposed to writing the perfect line. >> and he wrote these sprawling manuscripts that were larger than life, like he was. he was loud. he was obnoxious. he was passionate. he liked three or four drinks. >> he did. >> is he a likable guy? is he a guy you'd want to hang out with? >> i think he's a guy you'd want to hang out with for an evening. i don't know whether you'd survive beyond that, or want to go back for more. what he was extraordinary at doing was capturing all of that lust for life on the page. max perkins, this extraordinary figure in the world of literature, saw that genius and helped him, if you like, put it on the page. >> if people think this is a movie about books, it is the friendship that develops between these two, this is
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extraordinary. >> it is exactly that. they took on the role of father and son. it also looks at, what does it take to create genius? does it come from an individual? can genius be constructed between two individuals? there's a great line in the film where they talk about max perkins, played by colin firth, that he has a genius for friendship. what and where does genius exist in our life? >> by the way, extraordinary cast in this. you mentioned colin firth and nicole kidman, and it goes on and on and on. you played a variety of roles over the 20 years or so you've been making movies. you have one coming up i would imagine is daunting. you play the pope. >> yes, i just finished a mini series, which i believe is going to be aired here at the end of the year or beginning of next. >> how do you get ready for that role? >> it was a question i asked myself. to be honest, we stuck to playing the character who happens to be a pope, as opposed to, i didn't get lost in trying to find a place where they have
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a pope school or, you know. it was a great character. constructing him made playing the pope element, or part, easy. >> we were talking in the break before we went on about kids and things like that. you have kids who are getting into some form of the business and modeling and things like that. are you an advice giver father? >> i'm an advice giver, but i don't know they're advice takers. >> they'd listen to the pope if not their father. >> now that their pope is their father, not sure. >> jude law, thanks for being here. >> thank you. >> "genius" is in theaters this friday. up next, spreading the word with peanut butter and jelly with brandi malloy. >> comfort food. >>
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>> announcer: today food, modern
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day pb and j sandwiches is sponsored by smucker's. proud sponsor of team usa. this morning on today food, a twist on the peanut butter and jelly sandwich. brandi malloy from pop sugar is here with great ideas. >> yes. >> taking it to the next level. >> who doesn't love a pb and j? we can do better. >> this is a pancake. what do we have? >> strawberry banana french toast. the peanut butter, jam, and bread, butter, vanilla, eggs. >> great. >> spread some jam on this piece of bread. >> okay. >> i'll do the peanut butter. >> you went for creamy, which i wholeheartedly support. if you like crunchy, could you do that? >> absolutely. you can customize it to whatever you want. use different flavored jams and fruits. i love the strawberry with the strawberry jam. >> nice. >> then we're going to place our strawberries and bananas on top
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of the bread. >> easy enough. >> what i love about this is it's a french toast, but it's so sweet, you don't need anything else. you can enjoy it for dessert. >> you have a thin layer of peanut butter. not too thick. >> we'll smash them together and they'll end up like this. next, add the half and half. you can also use -- >> wow, and i didn't even do that. i'd like the report cord to ref >> it wouldn't be real cooking if you didn't make a mess. >> you should see my kitchen. >> we have our tasters downstairs already diving? >> already eating? how is it? >> i love the salad. >> unusual combination with this and the salad. it's great. >> we'll get to that in a minute. >> carefully put your french toast into the egg batter mixture. i'm using a hawaiian bread, but you can use day-old bread or leftover, stale bread, so it sucks up the egg batter. if you love peanuts and peanut
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butter, you'll love this part. adds a crunch. we're putting crushed peanuts on the side of the french toast. >> do you like the crunch down there? >> directly into the warm butter. >> three to four minutes on each side. >> why are they giggling? i have no idea. >> carson has something under his nose and looks like charlie chaplin. >> i don't know. >> put it in the oven. >> you are so messy. >> oh. >> it's getting worse. >> where's david copperfield. >> we're going on with the segment, you guys. looks delicious. now we have -- this is a grown-up sandwich. >> grown up-grilled cheese. we're using a french bread, berries, berry jam, peanut butter and a little balsamic glaze. >> okay. >> i'll have you put some butter
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on one side of the bread. while you're doing that, i'll mash up the berries. >> all right. >> i'm using fresh fruit but also using the jelly. there's nothing better than when you get a little bit of the jam and a little of the jelly. >> do the mashup. add the jelly and the peanut butter. >> flip this over. you want the bree to be as close to the bread as possible. >> okay. few seconds left because carson took up our time with his issue. >> carson, come on now! this is the best part. you add the jam and the fruit. squeeze it together. butter side down. >> yup. >> the balsamic glade you can add to the top. >> i'm going to taste it. thank you so much. head to today.com/food for all the recipes. carson is now cleaned up and has more. >> strong chocolate you're working with over there. thanks very much. we'll get in on the peanut butter and jelly action. i called someone in with skills to help me get started.
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we have shawn johnson here. smucker's spokesperson. >> good morning. >> in addition to your work with the pb and j here, you were part of the usa women's gymnastics team in '08. >> yes. >> tell me how peanut butter and jelly ties into the olympics. >> smucker's is doing this campaign. for every tweet you use the hashtag, pbj for team usa, they donate a dollar to the olympic committee. >> you shared a lovely picture with the hashtag, so people can see it smelled out. the pbj4teamusa. a dollar will be donated between now and august 31st. we'll get ours going. have a sandwich going yet? >> half of one. >> we'll get this one up and get to it. for a good cause. sandwich snaps coming. back to you. no? shawn, good to see you.
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>> good to see you. >> thank you so
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it's 8:54. nbc's live musicals become a holiday tradition. "sound of music," "peter pan" and "the wiz." now, we have "hairspray."
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>> who will play the role of edna's daughter? we're happy to introduce newcomer maddie. >> congratulations. >> thank you. >> this is amazing. you're from texas. i know you're in school in new york. you won an open casting call. you beat out a thousand other people. >> yeah. >> congratulations. >> thank you. >> how are you feeling? >> i am so excited. to think i was like cramming for my finals two weeks ago. now i get to perform with my idols. i'm just meeting harvey for the first time. >> very first interview. she hasn't done anything before. this is like america, my daughter. >> so sweet. >> you know the show inside and out. have you offered any advice to do this? >> not yet. i'm still writing it. i wrote "the wiz" last year and "hairspray" this year, so i'm working on the script. >> how will it be? a little different for tv than what is on broadway? >> times have changed a little bit.
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basic message, it's a beautiful show about integration. takes place back in 1962, if you remember, the buddy dean show in baltimore. my daughter just loves to dance and wants to be on tv. doesn't see why everyone shouldn't be dancing together. >> i can tell you right now, you two are going to make the show. >> my goodness. >> you are perfect for each other. >> congratulations. >> thank you. >> we'll see a lot more of you. ==chopper== breaking ns: our chopper (flying over/headed to?) treasure island right now. that's where good morning at 8:56. i am sam brock. we have breaking news near treasure island. that is where an ambulance you see pictured there crashed. authorities say it was stolen on mason street in san francisco. according to san francisco police, they tell us someone stole it from mason street and then a chase ensued with police following the ambulance across the bay bridge to treasure island and its off-ramp. you see our aerial shot there
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showing a backup on eastbound 80 as they have shut off that exit, the treasure island exit, as police conduct an investigation into that stolen ambulance. so this is going to create some traffic problems for folks. we're going to keep a very close eye on that situation and bring you updates. happening right now, our pete suratos is headed to the scene and will have an update for our midday newscast. meantime, we'll have more information on our home page. also, in the sports world, you might call it sharks preying on sharks fans. people who shelled out big bucks for a stanley cup game found out later that their tickets were bogus. you can link to that story in our twitter feed and what you can do to avoid being ripped off as this series continues for another game. we'll see you in a half hour with more updates. stay connected to your world wherever the world takes you. get the nbc bay area app.
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this morning on "today's take," mel b is back, talking "america's got talent" and whether there could be a new superstar spice girl. savannah makes a huge announcement. tune in to find out what it is. and we're throwing an end of school party. diy crafts and teacher gifts, coming up now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist and tamron hall, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to "today" on a tuesday morning, june the 7th, 2016. beautiful day outside. a beautiful day inside studio 1a. willie, natalie and al. tamron is on assignment. al, you have a good morning jam for us. >> william bell is one of the
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classic soul singers. he was with the stacks label years and years ago. he's recorded a new album. >> cool. >> it's called "this is where i live." >> jack it up. i can't hear it. >> this is new? >> new album just released. this is "where i live." >> i like that. >> funky soul. >> it is a terrific album. you put this on and kind of groove on a friday night. >> i love that sound. very cool. i said it is a beautiful day inside studio 1a. here is why. savannah guthrie and her husband are expecting a baby in december. >> yay! >> come on out. >> baby number two. >> savannah! >> let's get that woman a chair. >> thank you. >> savannah, we are so excited. some of us were getting a little suspicious. >> natalie and i talked about it this morning before the show. we were. >> i think so. we didn't know when it was going to happen. >> it's hard to hide. moms have told me the second baby like pops out kind of early. >> right. >> i feel like i've been popping out from the beginning,
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actually. i didn't know where my belly fat ended and the baby begins. i'm happy to exhale now. >> i had no idea. let's watch how savannah reve revealed the news a few minute a ago. >> okay. are you pregnant? well, yeah, i am pregnant. >> yay! [ applause ] >> wait a minute. redo! that was your question. >> that's amazing. >> we were sort of getting suspicious. >> we were. >> congratulations. >> that was a game of tuesday fishbowl. savannah wouldn't look me in the eye. >> i couldn't. >> there's no such thing as tuesday fishbowl. >> willie smelled a rat. >> somebody has an announcement. they brought in willie and
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kathie lee and hoda. >> we never bring in everybody. >> willie was like, why am i here? we're doing the tuesday fishbowl now. >> diverted the eyes. >> i couldn't look at you. >> the great vail is going to be a big sister. i'm sure she was thrilled about the news. >> she has no idea what hit her. >> let's look at her reaction, actually. >> do you want a new baby? >> no! >> i love the shirt, too. >> where did you get that t-shirt? >> we were like, i want to surprise all the anchors and came up with this idea. >> so cute. >> it's not fair because she's a delight and i think she'll be excited to have a new baby to drag around. it wasn't hard to get her to say no. it's like her favorite word right now. >> leila calls nick's birthday, the day my life changed forever, and not for the better.
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>> oh! >> wait a minute. stay on message here. >> it's okay, sweetie. >> actually, our director said, i feel like my second baby was a gift to my first baby. i think it's a lovely way to look about it. >> my boys are the best of friends now, anyway. we'll see how it changes. it's amazing, the bond they share and that they have, even though they're 4 1/2 years apart. yours will be about two years. >> it's exciting. >> they'll grow up together. >> do i remember how to swaddle? >> it all comes back. >> i hope so. >> you ha >> i'm emotional. >> you were like crying on the plaza. >> i think because, you know, first of all, i can't keep a secret. it's hard to have that, and i wanted to tell everyone. of course, it's like there's so much worry and hoping you'll get this far. i just feel so thankful to god
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and hopeful that everything works out. mike and i are so excited. >> how did your mom, nancy, take this? >> she was so, so thrilled. we told mike's family. there she is. >> mom's face. >> i called her. it must be like 4:00 a.m. you take a pregnancy test, you know, like 6:00 a.m. here and 3:00 or 4:00 in arizona. i was like, mom? >> you're already a great mom, and now you're doubly going to be a great mom. happy for you and mike, savannah. >> will vail share a room with her brother/sister? >> she is. we'll have a bassinet at first. ultimately, it's new york city. >> no choice. >> everybody crams up. >> it's a new trend. >> oh. >> parents are having their kids -- i mean, i always grew up sleeping next to my sister anyway. >> this is my side, and this is your side. >> three boys in our room. >> they say it's really a good thing. it teaches the kids to negotiate. this according to parenting
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experts. teaching them how fight fair or not so fair, in my sisters' cases. they say it is a good way to bring your kids together and resolve conflict. you guys are all set. perfect. >> yeah. >> perfect. great. i literally -- can i get something here? >> can we get a sea breeze on willie? >> i looked up at the clock. it was 8:56. i just broke into a full sprint through the hot, summer day. >> look at you. >> you guys deal with abba. i'll be back. >> he has to towel off. >> hair dryer. how excited are you about abba? >> we have to play "dancing queen." >> love it. >> is this a big surprise? >> i think so. they had -- i had interviewed bjorn a couple years back. they said they were never, ever going to get together.
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the swedish pop group, abba, reunited in stockholm on sunday. first performance in 30 years together. a lot of people have been waiting for that moment. all four of the band's members at that party. >> hard to believe it's been 30 years since they met? >> i love abba. i have to say, i feel like "dancing queen" holds up. every time it comes on at a dance floor, so happy. i don't know if you feel the same way, al. it's a chick song. >> i'll be honest, not so much. it was worth it to watch natalie channelling her inner abba. is it abba or abba? ♪ watch that scene, singing the dancing queen ♪ >> ow. i was that off key, huh? >> sounded good. >> yeah, right. >> yes, you did. >> pregnancy affects your hearing? i didn't know that. >> watch out or we're going to do "i will survive" for you. we know every verse.
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>> i don't know that i'll survive. >> our makeup lady is here looking for willie right now. >> willie? >> we need a hair dryer. >> willie is in the shower. >> we need a big fan and put him in front of it. speaking of needing to cool willie off, we want to offer you a chance at winning a cool $25,000. we're going to work with our friends at state farm to give away $25,000 in our $25,000 plan. have you graduated, got a new job, retired, having a baby? >> yes. >> we want to offer everyone else, but not savannah, a chance for $25,000 for your transition. go to today.com for rules. to enter, you have until 5:00 p.m. eastern on thursday. i will surprise you at your home with a check for $25,000. >> all you have to do is write in and say why you should have the $25,000? >> we have judges. >> big check with al roker. >> extra. >> nice. >> we may bring willie along so
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he can sweat along. >> speaking of the weather. mr. roker, what do we have in the forecast? >> so much fun, having you here. this is like the old days. >> this is the old days. >> savannah was part of the original 9:00 hour. >> yay. ♪ reunited and it feels so good ♪ >> okay. >> sorry. >> i don't know any more after that. >> that's the only part we know. >> this is colin. tropical storm colin right now. it is racing along the southeastern atlantic coast. 45 miles south of wilmington, south carolina. moving northeast at 33 miles per hour. so they've dropped the tropical storm warnings along florida's coast. we have tropical storm warnings from oregon inlet to surf city, north carolina. flash flood watches in effect. this front that pushes colin away is going to drape itself across central florida. there's going to be a lot of
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rain, both today on into tomorrow. storms and flood threats for the southern florida area, into the keys. look at the rainfall amounts. we have flash flood warnings right now for tampa, sarasota, st. petersburg, florida, until accou 9:00. the heaviest rain done in the carolinas. maybe a quarter of an inch or more. hey, look who is joining we start out this morning with some coastal fog, some mist and drizzle. otherwise, we are starting to see some clearing in parts of the south bay. temperatures now in the lower 60s, and it will be warming up later on today to 72 degrees in the east bay and 73 in the north bay. san francisco, nice, comfortable 66 degrees. some of the warmer spots will be the south bay as well as the tri-valley, up to 85 degrees. mostly sunny skies today with some breezy winds and more of this weather through the rest of the week.
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>> that is your latest weather. up next, from the judge's seat to our seat, and our table, the fabulous mel b is in the house. good to see you. >> you, too. >> she'll talk about the new season of "america's got talent" and what it is like working with simon cowell. i'll call you back. is this my car? state farm knows that for every one of those moments... what? this is ridiculous! there's one of these... sam, i gotta go... is this my car? what? this is ridiculous! this can't be happening! this can't be happening! oh, it's happening sweetheart. oh, it's happening sweetheart. shut up! shut up! that's why state farm is there, what a day... with car insurance, for when things go wrong. but also here with car loans, to help life go right. state farm. what a day!! ♪ the sun'll come out for people with heart failure, tomorrow is not a given. but entresto is a medicine that helps make more tomorrows possible. ♪ tomorrow, tomorrow...
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this year is no different. take a look. >> no more! whoa, whoa, whoa! ♪ i'm giving you everything ♪ all that joy can bring ♪ this i swear >> show me. ♪ >> it's been a good season so far. mel b is here with us. season 11, of course, simon is on the cast now. >> yes, he is. >> i got to catch up with you guys. so much fun. are you having that much fun in real life, or is it a job? >> i think we're all a little worried, with simon "the boss" joining the panel. that it would be strange. but he's so much fun. i know him from way back.
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i think it's a nice reminder of what he's about. >> yeah. >> he's honest and brutal, but very, very sarcastic and he has that british kind of cheekiness about him. i'm having a blast. everyone else is, too. >> is simon a bit softer on this show than he was on "american idol"? some people are saying he's not quite as critical. >> he's a little more tornadact. in the past, he's made a lot of people cry, a lot. now, he's easing himself bac into it. he's just very honest and brutal, but a sprinkle of niceness on top. >> are you guys as brutal with him about his jeans? >> yeah. i mean, heidi is saying, you need a makeover. i like his style. he's not embarrassed. it's old school. >> come on, you called them apple bottom jeans. admit it, mel. >> you calling me out. >> yeah. >> okay, his style is terrible
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but -- >> boom! >> there's the real mel b. >> like the chest hair? >> a lot of the women in the audience go gaga over him. >> does he have a fluffer for the hair? >> i think a fluffer for something else. >> there we go. >> you went there. >> i did, and you never disappoint. why we love you. >> talk about the acts. i'm obsessed with the show already this season. >> good. >> a 13-year-old came out with the beautiful voice. >> in a pre-interview, she seemed so shy and humble. i was worried for her. i thought, what is she going to do? she seemed nervous. then she started singing and a whole other person appeared. i had to press my button. brilliant. >> amazing. >> we saw the folks of abba got back together. >> i love them. love them. >> 30 years. >> i like the link there. >> 20 years for you guys. >> spice girls.
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>> we talked about doing something. until we've actually, like, nailed it down, what it actually is, it's not really -- >> what will it take, mel b, to nail this down? >> we are kind of moving forward into making something happen. >> really? >> yeah. >> it's in the works? >> definitely in the works. >> one superstar volunteered her services. in car pool karaoke, adele offeroffe offer offered. >> i love her. >> i'm not a spice girl. ♪ [ applause ] >> if you watch "carpool karaoke" with james corden, she knows every word. >> how great. >> it would be great to have her join the group. >> i love adele. who isn't an adele fan? i think she's amazing.
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her voice, her lyrics, everything about her. >> what would be her spice name? >> the queen of everything. >> queen of spice. >> yeah, she is. >> you're going to let us know first, right? >> i will. >> what's happening. >> i will. >> you better. we're buds. >> right now? >> no, no, no. >> she'll stick around and answer questions from the fishbowl. "america's got talent" is back tonight on nbc. mel b, putting her hand in the jar. jar. don't peek i use what's already inside me to reach my goals. so i liked when my doctor told me that i may reach my blood sugar and a1c goals by activating what's within me with once-weekly trulicity. trulicity is not insulin. it helps activate my body to do what it's supposed to do release its own insulin. trulicity responds when my blood sugar rises.
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and protecting enamel. back with mel b. time to plunge into the murky waters of the celebrity fishbowl. >> go for it. >> do it. >> as many as you can get in the time that we have. >> all right. what is a reoccurring dream that you have? oh, i'm falling and then i wake up right before i splatter. not a good one. >> wow, what a dream. >> what does it mean? it means something. >> you're out of control. >> stay away from windows. >> i am in control. i feel like i am in control. >> or are you? >> or am i? >> not what your mind is telling you. >> keep the fund goi going. >> what's the first thing you notice abiliout someone when yo meet them? >> oh. >> next one. >> up or down? >> down. >> what's something you can do for five hours and not get bored? next question. >> okay.
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>> if you could send a tweet to anyone in history, who would you send it to, and what would you say? marilyn monroe or elvis. >> both in one tweet, actually. >> yeah. >> i like that. what was the worst haircut you've ever had? my hair was very, very curly as a kid. >> right. >> i used to put it on top of my head like a big pineapple. wasn't really a haircut. it was my hair style. i used to wear peach lipstick with a black outliner and a peach denim jacket. that's how i rocked it. one more. he goes like that. out of time? >> yeah. >> x marks the spot. >> last person you kissed? my husband, of course. >> very good. >> thank you very much. mel b, thanks so much. still ahead, willie heads to the lone star state to meet the
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==anim== we're following baking news.==t a police chase leads to the crash of a stolen ambulance on treasure island. the story's unfolded over the good tuesday morning at 9:26. breaking news, a police chase leads to a stolen ambulance that crashes. the ambulance was taken just after 8:00 a.m. a short time ago, crews began towing it from the scene. san francisco police say somebody stole the ambulance on mason street and then a chase ensued with police following that driver across the bay bridge to the treasure island off-ramp eastbound. that's where the vehicle lost control. now, we know officers were able to arrest the suspect and there are no reports at this point of any injuries. also, the eastbound off-ramp at treasure island remains closed. we'll follow that story and bring you updates. decision 2016 now. the polls are officially open
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for the california presidential primary. polling locations opened at 7:00 a.m. this morning and they'll remain open until 8:00 p.m. tonight. hillary clinton is now the presumptive democratic presidential nominee. nbc news reporting that she has collected enough delegates, pledged and unpledged to cross the threshold, but bernie sanders is calling that decision premature because superdelegates can change their mind at any point up to the convention and both candidates are urging everybody to get out and vote today so that your vote is counted. coming up right after this, a look at weather and traffic. we'll be right back.
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(whispering): what are you doing up? (whispering): mom said i could have a midnight snack. (whispering): well, i say it's late, and you need to go to bed. (whispering): why? (whispering): because i am the boss. (whispering): you're not the boss, mom's the boss. (whispering): well, technically, we are co-bosses. (whispering): technically, mom's the boss. mmmm. shhh. mmmm... yoplait. good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. we're starting to get some breaks in the clouds and parts of the south bay. elsewhere still a pretty widespread cloud cover, but temperatures are rebounding into the mid-60s now and palo alto 65 degrees. a lot of sunshine this afternoon. lunchtime temperatures will be in the 60s and mid-70s and
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heading up to 85 degrees in the tri-valley. the peninsula today up to 78 degrees and san francisco in the mid-60s. let's head over to anthony now for a look at traffic. want to show you this shot. this is the bay bridge we were talking about earlier, that ambulance crash. it's on the east side, so it's the lower deck where they've got some lanes restricted there. westbound moving without a problem. again, all of this near the treasure island off-ramp. elsewhere across the bay looking at smooth conditions, but approaching the scene, keep in mind, you'll have slowing. slowing palo alto southbound 101. back to you, sam. >> anthony, thank you. there was an investigation on the bay bridge. we'll have more information in a half an hour. for now, back to the "today" sh show.
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taking a look at the headlines. a new study suggests using earbuds could be damaging your child's hearing. hearing tests were given to 170 students aged 11 to 17. of those tested, more than 25% are already experiencing chronic tinnitus, a ringing or buzzing in the ears. almost all students practice what they call risky listening habits. the biggest culprit, loud music from headphones to high-volume concerts. it can leave to hearing impairment later on in life. some alarming news on schools and attendance records. some kids miss at least three weeks of school a year. this is according to a report. during the 2013-2014 school
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year, some 6.5 million students nationwide were chronically absent. the good news, the report says, there was a significant drop in school suspensions during that period. down nearly 20%. american airlines releasing more details about changes to its frequent flyer program. starting in august, passengers will earn points based on the price of their ticket versus the amount of miles they fly. elite status members will earn even more points. to earn that status, you must spend at least $3,000 a year. burger king is taking two of america's favorite foods and combining them into one delicious treat. it is called the whopp-rrito. all the ingredients in a whopper, wrapping them in a tortilla. where can we get one of these? right now it's just being tested at burger king locations in pennsylvania, but hopefully it will go nationwide. the investor whose family rescued hostess twinkies will save another american classic. the playboy mansion.
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the 32-year-old is buying hugh hefner's 20,000-square-foot los angeles home. he already owns the property next door and plans to combine them and preserve their architectural heritage. the estate had been listed for $200 million. 90-year-old hefner gets to live in the home for the rest of his life. let's get a check of the weather right now from mr. roker. hey, al. >> anybody else creeped out? anyway, here's what we've got. wet weather making its way through the great lakes today. we've also got colin, tropical storm colin, moving off the carolina coast. more heavy rain through florida. out west, spectacular weather. 85 today in seattle. 92 in portland. 78 in los angeles. for tomorrow, we're looking at sunshine along the eastern seaboard. although more wet weather continues for our friends in florida. rest of the country, pretty dry. showers move into the pacific northwest. that's what's going on around the country. temperatures will be coming
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down a couple of degrees today in parts of the bay area. it will still be in the low 80s for the south bay, up to 82 degrees in los gatos and 78 degrees in palo alto. 63 degrees in the mission district, while we have some 70s for the north bay, up to 82 in antioch, while oakland's at 72 and livermore, you can expect a high today of 81 degrees. so temperatures still warm inland, but along the coast we will have some 60s and more clouds and fog. >> that's your latest weather. mr. geist? >> al, thank you. cnbc's hit show "west texas investors club" features self-made millionaires rooster mcconaughey and butch gilliam. a couple of great texas characters who hear pitches from budding texas entrepreneurs and decide whether or not to invest. there are no board rooms, no tailored suits and no bs. i went to spend a day on the ranch with the guys.
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rooster and butch were good enough to send a chauffeur to pick me up at the airport in midland, texas. my ride was their pal gil. >> i'm willie geist, sir. >> who? >> mind if i hitch a ride? >> well, i guess. i don't know a thing about you. >> let's get in and drive. >> reporter: off to rooster's ranch, where the texas refreshments were flowing already. >> here you go. probably need that. >> after that ride, i need one. >> reporter: if the drawl sounds familiar, rooster is the older brother of matthew mcconaughey. butch made a texas-sized entrance, as he always does, when hopping from his place to rooster's. >> come on over. look who showed up. >> hey, gil. >> reporter: rooster and butch are self-made millionaires many times over. working up from grunts and riding the ups and downs of the texas oil business. >> i was a millionaire for about a week. always said i'll be a millionaire before i'm 30 years old, and i was.
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rang the bell. >> guess we're getting out. >> put a beer in your pocket. >> reporter: the guys showed me around the ranch, introducing me to rooster's son, miller lyte, his real name, and the big steer outside their studio. >> there he is. >> reporter: on "west texas investors club," rooster and butch hear pitches from entrepreneurs, often startled by what they see. >> i love when people come in for the pitch. i think they're coming somewhere else, where there will be guys in suits and a board room. they walk in here, and the shock that comes over their faces. do you see that on them when they walk in? >> the best part for us is when they see that rooster and i are just plain, simple folk, like they are. that's what the show is about. >> what do you got? >> reporter: a hit in the first season, the show is back for another. >> 10,000 people coming in. the thing is starting to get serious. last season when we're running around here with our underwear over our head. here we go. i mean, there's people that are
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really coming? >> good ones. >> i understand we have one. >> we do. would you like to -- >> could i sit in on a pitch? >> guys, look. >> i'm here to present the itab, a portion controlled electronic draft beer dispensing system. right now in stadiums, they're getting as low as 61% yield from the kegs. i'm capable of increasing that yield up to 98%. >> what are you asking for? >> $250,000 for 10% stake in the company. >> you're saying your company is worth $2.5 million? >> i believe so, yes. >> what did you sell last year? >> last year, we sold nothing. >> perfect. easy to figure. >> i think it's a good idea. i don't know where we're getting $2.5 million. the valuation. >> they all do that. >> if it works as a pepsi center, word gets around in the professional leagues, maybe you have something. >> reporter: my day in west texas ended as it began. in the truck with old gil. ♪ call me willie the wonder
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♪ i go where i wanna go you can't tie me down but i can be found ♪ ♪ on the nbc "today" show >> gil, that was awesome, man. >> thank you, gil. you can't have more fun in a day than a day on the ranch with those guys. season two of "west texas investors club" premieres tonight at 10:00 p.m. eastern nvd and pacific on our sister network cnbc. up next, party and gift ideas for the end of school celebrations. that's right after this. hts? i'm linda, and like millions of women worldwide i trust tena. and with new tena overnight underwear i can now sleep worry free all night. the unique secure barrier system gives me triple protection from leaks, odor and moisture
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did you hear, "talk more and disappoint me"? ♪ do do do do ♪ skiddly do do ♪ camping with the family ♪ [ flame whooshes ] it is the end of the school year, which means classroom parties and teacher gifts. if you're looking for some ideas, we've got them. michelle is part of the "today" parenting team and a diy blogger. good morning. >> good morning, natalie. >> i love these ideas. loves of cool, end of the year parties. my kids included. >> we're all so busy, trying to get it done. >> you have great activities and ideas. also ways to give back to the teachers, as well, who give so much of their time, which i love. let's start with the snack ideas. >> we can expect juice at these end of the year parties, right? it's all kids drink. why not make it fun and turn them into robots? >> great idea. >> all you need is a little glue, hot glue, and glue it all together. we put smarties as arms.
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you can have a healthier option. >> get the kids involved in this, right? >> put googly eyes on them. it's fun and easy to do. >> you have two preschoolers. this is perfect. >> yeah, final year. >> over here, a craft for them. this is something you can get them to do. this is cool. how do you do that? >> so much extra cardboard like around at home. uppsy up-cycle it. cut out shapes in the form of electric guitars and have your kids go crazy with stickers and paints. put them names on them. summer rocks, it says here. have the friends sign them. it's like a yearbook. end of the year kind of thing. they can put it on their wall when they're done with it. >> i love that. very easy to do. moving over here, this is a good party favor to give out at the end of an event or the end of the school year, to your classmates. >> it's a craft that becomes something to take home. i got teary eyed making these because it is my preschooler's final year.
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watching her little hand get paint and had go on the t-shirts was very emotional. yeah, wave good-bye to preschool. >> right. >> it's fun. >> adorable. >> we remember how little they were. buzz the because their hands are so small right now. >> adorable. and you can wash all this, right? >> we use fabric paint. >> perfect. over here for the teachers. you want to give them something special. i like this idea. >> yeah. >> giving them a potted plant. >> for the teachers. we're going beyond the mug. going beyond a typical bouquet of flowers. potting some herbs. the great thing about this right here, we have these sprout, plantable pencils. when you're done with the pencil, stick it in dirt, water it and grow a plant. >> really? >> yeah. >> great idea. >> display them by sticking them in the pot. >> thanks for helping me grow. i like that. >> decorate it with a cute card.
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>> for the teachers going off to the beach, gif thve them a litt vacation fun. >> the teachers need sun and sand, too. if families want to go in it together, get a tote. i got this one from target for $22. stick in some flip-flops and a towel, magazines. >> over here, little movie pack? >> a movie pack. so popcorn container with popcorn and candy and a netflix gift card. good to go. >> love that. mention what this is here. >> sentimental gift. ask the preschoolers what their favorite memory of the year was and what they're going to miss the most about their teacher. the teacher can count down the days until the end of the year. >> like an advent calendar. >> but for the end oef the year >> sweet and memorable. thank you. up next, her song, "my church," had a million streams within weeks of its release. we'll have a live performance.
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she became a phenom with "my church." >> the 26-year-old is out with another hit single, '80s mercedes, off her album, "hero." >> thank you for having me. >> this has been an amazing year. you're touring with keith urban. what is that like? >> we kicked it off this past weekend, and it's incredible. i'm a fan of him. to watch him work every night, the crowd is amazing. it's been really fun. >> maren, you're going to sing "'80s mercedes" for us. >> yes. >> take it away. ♪ whoa, whoa ♪ still runs good, built to last ♪ ♪ moves like a hula girl on the dash ♪ ♪ she ain't made for practicality ♪
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♪ yeah, i guess she's just like me ♪ ♪ it's saturday night, about time to go ♪ ♪ got my white leather jacket and a neon soul ♪ ♪ once i turn on the radio, i'm ready to roll ♪ ♪ ready to roll ♪ feel like a hard to get starlet when i'm driving ♪ ♪ turning every head hell i ain't even trying ♪ ♪ got them ray-ban shades, pretty in pink ♪ ♪ call me old school but hey ♪ i'm a 90s baby ♪ in my 80s mercedes ♪ i'm a 90s baby ♪ in my 80s mercedes ♪ whoa, whoa, oh ♪ whoa, whoa, oh ♪ pop the top down like a summer dream ♪ ♪ she's my teenage time
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machine ♪ ♪ just keeps getting sweeter with age ♪ ♪ she's classic through any decade ♪ ♪ the suns in the sky, glitter on the seats ♪ ♪ you can try, but the benz is hard to beat ♪ ♪ so, hey, if you want you can ride with me ♪ ♪ feel like a hard to get starlet when i'm driving ♪ ♪ turning every head, hell, i ain't even trying ♪ ♪ got them ray-ban shades, pretty in pink ♪ ♪ call me old school, but hey ♪ i'm a 90s baby ♪ in my 80s mercedes ♪ i'm a 90s baby ♪ in my 80s mercedes ♪ whoa, whoa, oh ♪ whoa, whoa, oh
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♪ it's saturday night, about time to go ♪ ♪ got my white leather jacket and a neon soul ♪ ♪ once i turn on the radio, i'm ready to roll ♪ ♪ ready to roll ♪ feel like a hard to get starlet when i'm driving ♪ ♪ turning every head, hell, i ain't even trying ♪ ♪ got them ray-ban shades, pretty in pink ♪ ♪ call me old school, but hey ♪ i'm a 90s baby ♪ in my 80s mercedes ♪ i'm a 90s baby ♪ in my 80s mercedes ♪ whoa, whoa, oh ♪ whoa, whoa, oh ♪ whoa, whoa, oh ♪ whoa, whoa, oh
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[ applause ] >> maren morris, thank you so much. the album is "hero." it is out now. we are back in a moment. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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everyone knew about savannah? >> we all -- >> all the ladies. >> all the ladies claim we had our knowledge, right? >> in private, behind her back. >> just like any other day. >> we were hoping. let's put it that way. >> we were all praying for her. >> we have tori spelling. >> yes, we do. >> and you know how kids are losing empathy? it's a part of our cultural problem. we'll talk about that.
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=trx at ck= the clouds that we're seeing this morning will be clearing out later on today and giving us some warm inland temperatures. still up to 82 degrees in the south bay. and while the east bay is up to 72, we'll have 85 in the tri-valley. in the peninsula, 78 degrees and 73 in the north bay.
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some mid-60s for san francisco with some breezy winds. great weather for later on this evening at the giants game at at&t park. let's head over to anthony for a look at what's happening on the roadways. >> well, earlier we told you about an ambulance that crashed. it was an investigation going on. this is on 80 eastbound right at the treasure island off-ramp, so you may run into some slowing there as crews try to investigate what's going on and have closed some lanes there. again, that's the lower deck of the bay bridge. let's switch to the maps and show you what it looks like again. you can see the red getting out of san francisco headed towards oakland, but across the rest of the bay, pretty smooth. slowing near palo alto and 101 southbound. an ambulance crash on treasure island after police say it was stolen in san francisco. pete suratos will have a live update in the midday newscast and at nbcbayarea.com as well. authorities add an attempted murder charge for a woman attempting to stab someone
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