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news update in half an hour. every half hour after that. >> ah, the beauties of summer. get out there and enjoy the weekend. have a great day. see you for the news at 11:00. good morning. disappeared in pennsylvania. a new person of interest being questioned in connection with the case. we're live with the very latest. dangerous and now deadly. tragedy at a caribbean beach, popular with thrill-seeking
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tourists, where planes get frighteningly close. a woman killed by the blast of a jet's engine, leading to an urgent, new warning. all that, plus -- >> it's good! >> americans keep on rolling at wimbledon. a surprising rescue in the middle of the ocean. and beyonce breaks the internet with a big reveal, today, friday, july 14th, 2017. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> and good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a friday morning. and thanks for being with us. >> nice to have you along. we want to get right to the exclusive information tied to donald trump jr.'s russia meeting. >> we know he met with a russian attorney and that son-in-law
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and senior advisor jared kushner and trump campaign chairman paul manafort were there. this morning nbc news has learned there was another person in the room. let's start with nbc chief white house correspondent, hallie jackson, in paris. hallie, good morning to you. >> reporter: hi, matt. good morning to you. nbc news is not naming this man. but we have learned that some u.s. officials suspect him of having ties to russian intelligence, something he denies. this is the latest twist in a story that has dogged president trump here in paris, as he now returns home to the united states. this morning, a major revelation about that meeting between donald trump jr. and a russian lawyer during the campaign, aimed at getting dirt on hillary clinton. now nbc news has learned more about who else was in that room. a russian-born american lobbiest, a former soviet counterintelligence officer suspected by some u.s. officials of having ongoing ties to russian intelligence. nbc news is not naming that lobbyist who denies any current
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ties to russian spy agencies. his presence, likely to be of interest to investigators. the lawyer, natalia veselnitskaya, acknowledged to nbc news she was accompanied by someone but declined to identify him. the president, before bastille day celebrations in paris, defending his son -- >> my son is a wonderful young man. he took a meeting with a russian lawyer. not a government lawyer, but a russian lawyer. >> reporter: but trump junior accepted the meeting last june with someone explicitly identified as a russian government attorney. >> i think from a practical standpoint, most people would have taken that meeting. it's called opposition research. but nothing happened from the meeting. zero happened from the meeting. honestly, i think the press made a very big deal over something that really a lot of people would do. >> reporter: the president argues, it's politics as usual. while opposition research is, what's not is when it comes from someone claiming to represent a
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foreign government and an adversary, at that. now in new answers in a conversation released on air force one, the president called his son a good boy and a good kid. trump junior, who's 39, is ten days younger than the french president seeming to stifle a smile as his counterpart was asked about his past remarks after terror attacks in france. >> paris is so, so, so out of control. we don't want to end up like france. france is no longer france. >> reporter: now? >> i'm coming back. you better do a good job, please. otherwise, you're going to make me look very bad. >> reporter: the attorney for donald trump jr. now tells nbc news that two people accompanied that russian lawyer to the meeting with trump junior and that trump junior's attorney has spoken with one of them who denies working for or with the russian government. it is not clear that person is the same one suspected by some
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u.s. officials of having ties to russian intelligence. matt? savannah? back to you in new york. >> hallie jackson in paris, thanks. let's get more on this piece of information. nbc news national security analyst jeremy bash joins us. jeremy, good morning to you. now nbc is reporting that the russian attorney who met with donald tru donald trump jr. and others was accompanied by a russian-born american lobbyist who some suspect of having ongoing ties to russian intelligence. a former soviet intelligence officer. what's the significance of that? big deal? small deal? >> this increases the likelihood this was a russian intelligence operation, aimed at collecting information from the trump campaign at that meeting and influencing it. this individual, if they had historic ties to soviet intelligence, of course that would be several decades ago, this person may have moved on from that part of their life. but if it is true that this person has current and ongoing connections to russian intelligence, this is going to be a major lead for bob mueller and his investigators.
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>> jeremy, if you're donald trump jr. and you are involved in this meeting and the news of it breaks and you are forced to reveal the e-mail chain that led to that meeting, why at that moment don't you also reveal who else was in the room? why are we just finding out about this? >> it's possible that the individuals in that meeting, including paul manafort, who has a long history of working with russians and working with individuals from overseas countries, that he knew this person had longstanding ties to soviet intelligence. and that that would be a fact that would be very problematic for them to reveal at this moment, because again, it would show that the trump campaign had knowledge, detailed knowledge. >> but a drip, drip, drip, is worse than just coming out and revealing everybody that was in the room. >> no doubt, matt. it is clear they had a lot to hide about this meeting they did not want to reveal to the public. >> jeremy bash, our nbc news exclusive. there is mounting pressure from democrats this morning for jared kushner, trump's
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son-in-law and senior advisor who was also in that meeting, to resign over his participation in it. nbc national correspondent peter alexander at the white house with this piece of the puzzle. >> reporter: good morning. once hailed by his father-in-law as a political prodigy, the white house says he's full steam ahead with the president's agenda. still with that russia cloud widening, there is a growing chorus of democrats for the president's son-in-law to lose his access to the nation's secrets, or simply to be fired. not beside the president in paris. instead, jared kushner and his wife, ivanka trump, were in sun valley, idaho attending an economic conference. this morning, kushner is the focus of renewed questions in the light of revelations that he, paul manafort and donald trump jr. met with a kremlin connected lawyer last summer, a meeting kushner omitted on his security clearance form. a kushner confidant telling nbc news that kushner has amended that form three times adding the names of more than 100 foreign
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contacts, all of them previously undisclosed. including the russian ambassador and head of a russian state-owned bank. kushner's lawyer says the form was prematurely submitted with errors. the 36-year-old is drawing fire from democrats, calling for his security clearance to be revoked or kushner to be removed. >> any other white house, ever somebody that had this breach of trust with the american public, likely wouldn't have a job any longer. >> jared kushner should be fired or he should resign. >> reporter: in fact, experts say the president is the only person who can fire his son-in-law or strip him of his clearance. the russian questions aren't clearing up. investigators are examining if the trump campaign's digital operations, spearheaded by kushner, cooperated with russian operatives spewing bogus news stories, often about hillary
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clinton, to target voters in key swing states. >> the use of data analytics, if there was cooperation, coordination or collusion, is part of our investigation. >> reporter: this morning, looking to protect their client, a source with direct knowledge of the discussions tells nbc news, the lawyers for the president, his son and son-in-law, have agreed that they and their clients need to be more disciplined when it comes to discussing the russia case. as for russia, in newly released excerpts from remarks on air force one this week, president trump was asked whether he would invitereply, i would say yes, yeah, at the right time. i don't think this is the right time, but the answer is yes, i would. matt and savannah? >> peter alexander at the white house, thank you. there's nmore news out of washington this morning. the newly revised senate health care bill is already being met with some opposition from key republicans. the bill aims to win conservative support while at the same time placating hesitant moderates. but it is not clear whether senate majority leader mitch
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mcconnell has achieved the d delicate balance that he needs. on thursday he immediately lost two key votes, senator susan collins of maine and senator rand paul of kentucky. that leaves no room for error in terms of other defections and it puts the bill in serious jeopardy. the vote is set for next week. a setback overnight for the president's travel ban. a federal judge in hawaii has ordered the ban not be endorsed against relatives. it restricts entry to the united states from 90 days. the judge ruled the ban should not include relatives such as grandparents, aunts, uncles, nieces one n niece, nephews and cousins. now to the stunning confession in the disturbing disappearances of four young men in pennsylvania. a man already being held as a person of interest in that case has now admitted to taking part in their murders. this morning, we're learning
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more about him. nbc's stephanie gosk has the latest developments. stephanie latest developments. stephanie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, matt. cosmo dinardo's attorney says his client admitted to participating in the murders. now, we're learning that police in philadelphia are questioning a second person of interest. the other remaining question is motive. we don't know why these four young men became targets. cosmo dinardo, shackled and escorted into a van thursday, had one message. >> i'm sorry. >> reporter: the 20-year-old is talking to detectives, after confessing to taking part in killing these four young men. ago according to his attorney. >> he admitted to being part of or actually committing the murder. all four? >> yes. and he gave the location for all four. >> reporter: in exchange for his testimony, prosecutors agreed not to pursue the death penalty. >> cosmo was spared life in terms of giving all of his relevant information that he possibly could.
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>> reporter: forensics teams have been painstakingly removing remains. so far only 19-year-old dean finocchiaro is the only one >> reporter: the disappearance of the four men triggered a massive manhunt in this touristy and wealthy county in pennsylvania. the investigation quickly focused on a sprawling multimillion dollar estate owned by dinardo's parents. law enforcement brought in police recruits to comb the property. now that the search is nearly over, families of the victims are trying to make sense of what happened. mark sturgis's stepmother wrote a statement. in part, the loss of him is indescribable. he brightened up everyone's day. one of the most beautiful souls i have ever met. the grandparents of jimmy patrick say he was an athlete, excellent pitcher and hitter. awarded academic recognition. his college friends are shaken. >> there's no explanation for
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what has happened to this kid. and -- >> reporter: the confession does not mean the investigation is over. police are still on the scene. this jittery community has witnessed a terrible crime. no doubt hoping to get some more answers. matt and savannah back to you guys. >> thank you very much. breaking overnight overseas. two israeli police officers killed during a shootout. officials say three israeli arabs armed with guns ask knives opened fire near the compound known to jews. three attackers shot and killed by officers who pursued them through the streets. police evacuated that compound following the attack. also this morning, disturbing new information on a really close call at san francisco international airport. we talked about this earlier this week. investigators now say the air canada plane that nearly landed on a taxi way came within 100
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feet of plowing into a line of ore planes filled with passengers. nbc tom costello covers aviation for us. good morning. >> we could be talking about hundreds of people dead. had another pilot on the ground not raised the alarm and gotten the attention of the sole air trafficic controller in the tower. the margin was 100 feet. roughly the distance between the bases on a baseball field. this morning pilots and aviation experts say they're baffled how an air canada pilot came so close to disaster. while praising the pilot on the ground that radioed a warning. >> where is this guy going. he's on the taxiway. >> flight was arriving from toronto last friday. the crew was instructed to land on 2 a right. the pilot seemed confused on final approach. >> i can't assume 59 see lights
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on the runway there. is it clear to land. >> confirms clear to land. >> the lights were the other planes lined up on taxiway charlie to the right. fully loaded with fuel and passengers. canadian authorities now say the air canada crew flew a quarter of a mile over the top of the taxiway, coming within 100 feet of the first two planes. then pulled up right over the tops of two more. >> united air one canada flew directly over us. >> i saw that guys. >> if this accident was not averted, i can't even imagine the extent of the mayhem in my estimation perhaps the worst aviation accident in history. >> the question this morning, how did the air canada crew make such a basic and potentially deadly mistake? basic and deadly mistake? >> they have ins why they didn't use that instrumentation as a backup is going to be a question for investigators. >> reporter: there was only one controller in the tower handling arrivals and departures at the time.
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the other was on a break. the canadian report suggests the sole controller was distracted talking to another facility. investigators from canada, ntsb and air canada will be reviewing this case. so far, the ntsb has not released an update. >> thank goodness for the pilot on the ground that sounded the alarm. that averted this disaster. tom, thank you very much. we want to go to the video that we showed you at the top of the show. an elephant stranded nine miles out to sea and rescued by the sri lankan n the elephant was first spotted by a patrol boat. they were able to tow the animal back to land. they used ropes. that rescue operation took about 12 hours. a sri lankan navy spokesperson said, the elephant probably got caught in a riptide and was swept out to sea. here's another fact i didn't know. experts say elephants are some of the best swimmers of any land animal.
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can you imagine, nine miles out to sea. >> i got to see the elephant against michael phelps. >> come on, al. this is right in your wheelhouse. >> thank you very much. it's friday. >> i'm going to pack my trunk and start talking about the bad weather. hebron, ohio, look at this. not an elephant at sea. but folks who were stranded by heavy rain. five to seven inches in a few hours. and folks had to be rescued by high-water rescuers. it continues today. luckily the water has started to recede. we have flood watches and flash flood warnings out, stretching from ohio all the way to new york. we're watching another round of strong storms. we have 24 million people at risk for afternoon storms developing. the ones we have going right now this morning. but there's more coming later the afternoon as the system pushes to the east. the showers will linger into new england on through saturday
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morning. in the meantime, we're looking anywhere from two to three inches of rain, stretching from knoxville all the way up to new york city. parts of pennsylvania, new jersey, delaware, three to four inches. we're going to get to your local forecast coming up in the next 30 seconds. you. thank you. that's... not your car. your car's ready! wrong car... this is not your car? i would love to take it, but no. oh, i'm so sorry about that. you guys wanna check it out? it's someone else's car... this is beautiful. what is this? it's the all-new chevy equinox. this feels like a luxury suv. i love this little 360, how do they even do that? i made a bad decision on my last car purchase. well, your car's here. bummer... bummer. wah-wah. i'm ready for an upgrade. (laughter) good friday morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. expect some sunshine later today in san francisco and highs reaching 6 degrees. it will be warmer this weekend
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with some locally sunny skies and inland areas from the low 90s today to the triple digits tomorrow. it will be just as hot on sunday and then monday as we start the new week, the temperatures coming back down and then slowly warming up for the middle of the next week. so more of this roller coaster weather over the next few days. >> that's your latest weather. guys? >> all right, al. thanks very much. coming up, a tragedy at a popular and dangerous attraction, where tourists flock to watch planes taking off. this morning, the urgent, new warning to stay away. and for the first time, six female leaders in the tech world speak out together about alleged sexual harassment in silicon valley. megyn kelly with that story. first, on a friday morning, this is "today" on nbc.
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heading up to 66 today. and 80 in palo alto. 83 in san jose and lower 90s for concord down to the livermore area and mid-80s north bay and talking about the temperatures ramping up for the weekend and it will be up to 74 degrees in san francisco tomorrow and 101 for the inland valleys. some of the hot spots dealing with triple digit temperatures for saturday and sunday. it will be slightly cooler next week and still will be some very warm temperatures heading from monday through thursday. let's check in with mike for now, an update on the roads. >> that's right. things looking great right now. mild through the northbound direction and expected direction and lighter than often on a friday. toward the bay bridge, easy drive, as well. just at 17 minutes highway 4 to the bay bridge. metering lights are on. meanwhile, mass transit and just having a pleasant ride there, as
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well. laura, back to you. >> all right. thank you very much. another update in half an hour. i'll see you then.
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we're back. it's 7:30. it's friday morning, july 14th, 2017. mission control shot right there, our control room. and let us get a look at your headlines this morning. let's begin with exclusive new information on donald trump jr.'s controversial meeting with that russian attorney. nbc news has learned that a russian-born american lobbyist, a former soviet counterintelligence officer was also in that room. we're not naming him. but some u.s. officials suspect him of having ongoing ties to russian intelligence. something, we should say, he denies. we'll have more in a live report coming up. as for president trump, he spent this morning as a guest of honor at the bastille day parade
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in paris, france. the occasion was used as a celebration of united states entry in world war i. and george w. bush and bill clinton spoke at a leadership forum and revealed the qualities needed to be president. >> humility. i think it's really important to know what you don't know and listen to people who do know what you don't know. >> i think the most important thing is to be humble, to listen, to realize that everybody's got a story. >> the two also got personal, opening up about their relationship. >> why do i have a friendship with him? because he's called a brother with a different mother. >> a brother from another mother. >> one of the favorite lines. also this morning, a tragic first at a popular tourist destination in the caribbean. for years, people have flocked to the beach on the island of st. marten, to feel the mrablas
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from jet planes. now, a woman has died doing that very thing. tommy leitner is there for us this morning. >> reporter: it's an easy flight from st. maarten. but a family who traveled to the it for fun is grieving after a dangerous stunt went terribly wrong. this morning, an urgent warning about this popular tourist attraction on the caribbean island of st. maarten. it's called jet blasting. thri thrill-seekers clinging to the fence outside of the airport, testing their strength and nerve against the blast of departing planes. those blasts reaching up to 120 miles per hour, the same speed as a category 3 hurricane. but it can be deadly. on wednesday, an unidentified woman from new zealand, unable to hold on, died from the powerful jet blast. this video from 2012
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dramatically shows the danger. two people blown off their feet at the same fence, thrown into a concrete barrier. onlooks rush to help. both survived. >> it's dangerous. you do it at your own risk. >> reporter: brian kos, a travel blogger, was there. his family clinging to the fence. >> would i do it again? i don't know if i would go back and do the fence. i wouldn't take any of the kids that were with us. >> reporter: the beginning of the runway is 160 feet from the fence, about the same distance from the water line. this is what pilots see from the cockp cockpit. just feet off the runway, dozens of beachgoers below. >> it's a big thrill for them. it's not unusual that something like that can happen. >> reporter: signs warn tourists to stay away from the jet blast. after the 2012 accident, the airport put up larger signs and another fence.
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but many continue to take the risk. >> i'm not sure there's much more we can physically do on location to let people know there's a danger. >> reporter: this is the first death from jet blasting. we've also learned the woman who died traveled to the island with three other family members. they planned on fishing and sailing, but on a whim, decided to try jet blasting. >> an important warning. thank you. mr. roker? >> we have temperatures that's going to start cooling down. warm, humid. we have a stationary front pushing through. but behind this system, we have cooler highs around the great lakes, ahead of the system, it's still warm. washington, d.c., 93. boston will be 67. cleveland behind the front, 82. chicago, nice and comfortable. 73 degrees. as that pushes through, all of a sudden, temperatures moderate a bit. binghamton, and indianapolis, looking at 79 degrees. next week, the temperatures stay
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moderate, which is nice. nashvil nashville, low 90s. cleveland, upper 70s to the low 80s. out west, the heat continues. you'll see over 100 degrees in boise and in bismarck. go from mild temperatures the hot temperatures this weekend but still feeling nice in san francisco. we're going from 66 today to 74 tomorrow and we'll have the most dramatic changes of temperatures toward the inland valleys from 91 today and 101 tomorrow. dangerous heat continues on sunday and then we'll have a big drop in temperatures earl ler next week and then gradually trend back into to the 90s next wednesday and thursday. >> don't forget. get your full forecast, 24/7 on the weather channel on cable. >> thank you, al. >> thank you very much. now, to the surprising charge of americans at wimbledon. >> on thursday, 37-year-old venus williams stormed into the
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women's finals. and this morning on the men's side, sam query is trying to extend his own impressive run. joe fryer is at the all england club. >> sam query is playing today. he hopes to become the first american man to reach a grand slam final in eight years. venus williams has advanced to the women's final. and all this is giving u.s. fans a lot to cheer about. for the ninth time in her legendary career -- >> it's good. >> reporter: venus williams is heading to the wimbledon finals. 20 years after her feet first dashed across these famous courts. >> i'm trying to represent williams as much as i can. >> reporter: her beaming smile in contrast of last week's news conference when she was asked about the car crash she was
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involved in. looking for her sixth wimbledon title, her first since 2008, when she beat sister, serena, who is not here because she's pregnant. >> i wish she was here. >> reporter: on the men's side, sam query made it to the final on his 42nd try. in the spotlight after defeating andy murray, he was asked who is sam kier query. >> i'm 26. pretty good grass court player. that's it. >> reporter: today, he is facing a fellow 6'6", marin cilic. the winner could meet roger federer in the finals, the highest seeded player. >> being the favorite doesn't matter. these other guys are all big hitters. >> reporter: the men's final will take place on sunday. the women's final is tomorrow. venus williams very mu.
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if williams wins, she will be the oldest champion in the modern era, at the age of 37. back to you guys. >> come on, venus. >> joe, thank you. the surprising list of actors and actresses who did not get emmy nominations this year. first, silicon valley's sexual harassment problems. sexual harassment problems. female entrepreneurs break you totanobody's hurt, new car. but there will still be pain. it comes when your insurance company says they'll only pay three-quarters of what it takes to replace it. what are you supposed to do? drive three-quarters of a car? now if you had liberty mutual new car replacement™, you'd get your whole car back. i guess they don't want you driving around on three wheels. smart. with liberty mutual new car replacement™, we'll replace the full value of your car. liberty stands with you™. liberty mutual insurance.
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>> reporter: all entrepreneurs, who work in an industry, where they say, while the products and the business plans may be new, the attitudes towards women are anything but. >> his entire side of his body was pushing up against me. and starts leaning in. >> i said no. i said no multiple times. he still came on to me, right? >> to walk into a pitch or room, just to get hit on, is devastating to a certain extent. and to experience that over and over and over again, can really take a toll, an emotional toll. >> reporter: how many here have experienced what you consider to be sexual harassment? how many chose not to report it or to complain? how many feared retaliation if they did complain? is that, do you believe, baked into the culture here? >> when i had the first really bad situation, i was shaken up.
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i was upset. and i told a few people in the industry. and a lot of them said, what do you expect? you went out for a coffee meeting with a guy whoed ed had he had interest in your company. of course these things are going to happen. like, yeah. that happens. >> reporter: suck it up. is it the truth, it's not just the investor, not just this guy. you have to worry about this guy, then, ruining your reputation because you refused to sleep with him. >> there's no binary choice. do i take the money and do this thing? or do i walk away unscathed? you're making a choice at this point, in your case, or many of the cases, you are jeopardizini yourself, where he can say what he wants about you. >> reporter: you have to be clever about it. you have to find a clever situation without alienated this guy. >> you have to be polite. you can walk away. you can do it in a dramatic fashion. but you're definitely putting
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your business at risk. >> reporter: what's extraordinary is this is the first time women are speaking about this in silicon valley. there's been two women who have spoken to this issue. and now, justice u.s. in july, we're seeing more women come out. they spoke to "the new york times." this is the first time on cam a camera. it's very courageous. this is not a culture that's encouraging this. and there's not a h.r. situation. >> it's a difficult situation because these are women with start-up companies. they try to get something going. >> reporter: there is no h.r. entrepreneurs that try to get money from venture capitalist, 90% whom are male. and the culture out there, one after another, the women tried, maybe back channel to go to a friend to say, can you tell the limited partners who are investing in this company that he's like this. and one after another, the answer was deal with it. >> a lot of women are watching that piece nodding their head, we've been through that, too. >> reporter: not like they don't
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twins. the twins turning one month old yesterday. and the photo is definitely evoking beyonce's famous pregnancy announcement picture last year. and everyone on twitter has a reaction. there's the obligatory yasss queen. and there's tatum writing. i need a framed copy of this in my apartment so i can worship it daily. and we found one person who wasn't so obsessed. i guess i'm the only one that finds it a little tacky. >> i want you to say yasss queen again. >> she looks beautiful. and the babies are adorable. >> it is sir carter. >> is it sir carter carter? >> i think it's sir carter and roomy carter. >> it would. but it said sir carter and roomy. >> i have no idea, guys.
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good friday morning. 7:56. let's get a look outside and san francisco with a clear view of the trans america pyramid and the fog rolling by in the background. absolutely amazing start to this friday morning. we'll see the high temperatures there reaching into the mid-60s. we'll up to 72 degrees in oak land and 93 today in concord. 9 the in livermore. san jose 82 degrees and fairly mild weather heading into the weekend with more clouds an enfog near the coast lynn. temperatures in the mid-70s tomorrow and up to 101 degrees. dangerous heat moves in inland valleys an it stays just as hot on sunday. heat advisories have been issued for the inland areas for the hills and then going into next week, the temperatures start to come down several degrees and looks like it heats back up from wednesday into thursday. i'll have more updates on that. let's head to mike for an update on the roadways. >> summer traffic an easy flow
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northbound silicon valley. a crash. looks look it's starting to clear. the sensors towards yellow. a little slowing toward the bay bridge. the metering lights are on and slowing getting over toward san rafael. that should be on the shoulder now. a live look shows you dealing with a little fog at the golden gate bridge and not a problem for these folks. >> thank you very much. it is 7:57. happening now, a saratoga man facing murder charges. a roommate died yesterday from injuries. air force one on the way to the united states after the bastille day visit in paris. nbc, meanwhile, obtained new information on donald trump jrds's meeting last year with russian insider who is promised dirt on hillary clinton. on our twitter feed exclusion collusive details on the lobbyist in the room an linked to russian intelligence. another local news up dmat half an hour.
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it's 8:00 on "today." and coming up, nbc news exclusive. we're learning there was someone else in that room, when donald trump jr. and other campaign officials met with the russian attorney. another person with alleged ties to moscow. so, who was it? and why does it matter? ♪ plus, no pill? no problem. >> a green day means you cannot get pregnant. >> the app that can change birth control for millions of women. but can you trust it? ♪ ♪ i want to be like most girls and she's not like most girls. get ready. actress and pop superstar hailee steinfeld, is about to hit our citi concert stage, live,
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friday, july 14th, 2017. >> hailee, hailee. >> haley seinfeld is right there. >> she's awesome. >> all the way from los angeles. >> all the way from mississippi. >> we're on the "today" show. [ cheers and applause ] >> so excited to see hailee. >> we love her so, so much. >> singing and dancing in the rain with hailyee. >> hailee, a lot of great fans on the plaza on a drizzly morning. welcome back to "today" on this friday morning. >> there she is. >> i like she's getting in it. right in the rain. just getting in it. >> second-favorite hailee for hoda kotb. you're a close second to that baby. >> we're going to get out and
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talk to her. a busy morning. let's get to your news at 8:00. the nbc news exclusive. we learned that a second person with ties to russia attended that controversial meeting with a russian lawyer and members of the trump campaign. kristen welker has more from paris, where president trump atended a national celebration this morning. kristen, what can you tell us? >> reporter: good morning to you. president trump was aiming to shift the narrative away from the russia controversy here in paris. but this morning, it's only deepening. and now, the new twist involving the president's eldest son will undoubtedly be looked at by investigators back in d.c. this morning, another major development about that meeting between donald trump jr. and a kremlin-linked attorney. nbc news has learned exclusively there was someone else in the room. that person, a russian-born american lobbyist and former soviet counterintelligence
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officer, with having ties to russian lobbyists. the presence of an russian-american with an intelligence background is likely to be of interest to investigators. the revelation comes as the president wraps up a visit to paris, france, filled with pomp and pageantry, culminating in the bastille day parade this morning. the president hoping that these would help turn the page on the russia controversy. but at their joint press conference, trump jr.'s meeting was front and center. the president saying nothing came from the encounter, which he called opposition research. >> i think the press made a big deal over something that really a lot of people would do. i had many people call up, oh, gee, we have information on this factor or this person or, frankly, hillary.
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that's very standard in politics. politics is not the nicest business in the world. >> reporter: obtaining opposition research is common. but it's unusual for u.s. campaign officials to meet with people claiming to represent foreign governments offering negative information about opponents. with the city of lights dimmed by the cloud of scrutiny, the president found a silver lining. >> the friendship between our two nations and ourselves, i might add, is unbreakable. >> reporter: despite clashing over everything from trade to the environment, mr. trump discussing the paris climate agreement, after he infuriated president macron by pulling out. >> something could happen with respect to the paris accord. we'll see what happens. >> reporter: another off-the-cuff comments to france's first lady making headlines. >> you're in good shape. beautiful. >> reporter: this morning, an attorney representing donald trump jr. is responding to nbc's
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exclusive report saying that trump jr. thought that additional person in the room was merely a friend of the intermediary who set up the meeting. the attorney saying he spoke to the person directly and, quote, he is a u.s. citizen. he told me specifically, he is not working for the russian government. nbc reached out to representatives of the other people in the room, paul manafort and jared kushner, no response yet. president trump is on his way to his resort in bed minister, where he will spend the weekend. >> kristen welker, thank you very much. a confession in the murder of four young men in pennsylvania has left questions this morning. cosmo dinardo has admitted to taking part in or actually committing those murders. he said the confession was part of a deal to avoid the death penalty. the disappearance of the four victims last week triggered a huge search that ended at a multimillion-dollar estate owned
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by cosmo dinardo's parents. police have been questioning someone new in connection with this case. an unusual slippery mess shut down a highway in oregon on thursday. a truck carrying live eels dumped its cargo. this caused a crash. and soon, the road was covered with the slithering eels. nair known as hag official. to make things worse, the hag fish secrete a defensive slime when threatened. they're being transported to south korea. they're used in recipes that i don't think i'll ever eat. >> i have so many questions. why do they call them hag fish? just kidding. that seems obvious. there's much more ahead this morning, including the new birth control app and how you would feel about using it. then, an uproar over what's
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everything, it's not surprising, our mobile devices can dictate some of what we do in the bedroom. >> this is for women who would really like to approach family planning naturally. >> reporter: the app called natural cycles prompts a woman to answer a series of health questions, including the date of her last period and how long her cycle usually lasts. >> the first thing you need is a thermometer. >> reporter: a key component to the app is tracking a temperature daily, that can be done with a thermometer. once data is submitted to the app, it lets the user know if they have a green or a red day. >> a green day means you can't get pregnant. >> reporter: a study of more than 4,000 women using the app and with typical use, the app is 93% effective when preventing
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pregnancy. oral contraceptives are only 91% effective. >> we create natural cycles based on our own need for an effective natural birth control methods. >> reporter: a swedish physicist created the app and says it's the algorithm that sets this apart from other trackers on the market. >> 75% of users use it to prevent pregnancies and 25% use it to get pregnant. >> reporter: while it's certified as a medical conception device, reproductive health experts are calling for more large-scale and independent research. that fertility apps are held to the same standards as other conceptive standards. >> it does not prevent stds. only for conception or to prevent pregnancy. that's important to re-emphasize to women who would choose this method. >> reporter: for some women looking to avoid pills or
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surgery, it's a green light for an effective natural birth control option. the fda recommends that consumers talk to their health providers. we do know of ongoing studies to prove the effectiveness of fertility apps here in the u.s. and the makers of natural cycles tell us they have submitted the app to the fda. the big question, you know -- >> ladies at the table, what do you think about it? >> there's a lot of women -- >> don't look at me. >> not at the table. >> there's a lot of people who don't want to take a pill or are hesitant for one reason for another. if this works -- >> i think it probably -- you forget to take a pill. are you going to remember to log all that stuff and do your temperature right? >> you have to be responsible. >> what if you have bad wi-fi? >> that's right, al. >> maybe better we just go over to dylan.
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dylan, we asked folks online. what did they say? >> would you trust an app over traditional contraceptives. we put this on twitter. the results are in. 93% of people said no. clearly, they're not ready to rely on an app just yet. >> all right. >> there's not an app for that. mr. roker? >> weather apps are fantastic. what? >> i don't know. >> wow. wow. well, i guess that's good for me. >> we want the real deal. >> there you go. looking for showers and thunderstorms along the gulf. why? we have plenty of moisture pumping into the gulf states. that's going to fuel these storms. we got the risk for some urban flooding, anywhere from panama city, all the way to lake charles, louisiana. could see half an inch to an inch of rain. flood watches up in the northeast.
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severe storms in the mid-atlantic states. and the heat continues out west. good morning. i'm kari hall. we can see the fog and the marine layer at 1200 feet. and we're getting sunshine for the inland areas with temperatures in san francisco reaching 66 degrees today, 74 degrees tomorrow. and it will still be in the mid-70s for sunday with your temperatures dropping back into the 60s next week, while the inland areas will have to deal with sizzling temperatures and cooling down for monday. >> that's your latest weather. >> al, thanks very much. >> vacating the orange room. it's that time of the morning, we like to do a little "trending." dylan, hoda, savannah, you're wearing sleeveless dresses. >> yes. >> remember a story we brought
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you not long ago. sleeveless attire not going to get you inside the house of representatives. the speaker's lobby dress code started a firestorm, after sleeveless attire, open-toe shoes were asked to leave. paul ryan announced he will be making some changes. >> certainly, not something that i device devised. that doesn't that enforcement couldn't stand to be modernized. that's why we'll be working with the sergeant of arms to ensure the enforcement of appropriate business attire is updated. >> you agree the dress code was outdated? >> i think so. >> maybe not? >> well, i don't mind a dress code for some -- a place like the halls of congress. but i like that paul ryan, he didn't invent this dress code. but he said -- >> what would the appropriate dress code be? >> i think sleeveless is okay. it's 2017 and women can be professional and sleeveless. >> and it's hot in washington.
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>> how about guys? >> guys are supposed to wear a jacket. i'm not sure about a tie. but i know about a jacket. >> maybe they shouldn't have to wear a jacket. >> what about jean shorts? >> no. >> daisy dukes for men are never -- >> daisy dukes? >> speaking of dress codes. quickly, what is the dress code at wimbledon? >> white. >> white everything. white shirt, shorts, socks. even white underwear. >> officials have asked players -- look at this. an official going over to a junior player at wimbledon, saying, excuse me, i noticed something dark. can you please reveal what color underwear you are wearing? he was wearing black or blue underwear. they made him change it. >> why wouldn't you wear white underwear under white shorts? >> guys don't care? >> do they? >> mabel it's not the underwear -- >> do they make nude underwear for boys?
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for men? >> no. >> you wear white shorts. >> do you think that goes too far? >> the nude underwear question? >> no. that you have to wear white underwear, as well? >> i don't. if you're going with the all-white thing, you should not be showing your dark understood undies, under your white. unless you're roger federer. >> come on. >> and the white headband. what do you think? >> i think it's far. >> i think checking the underwear is ridiculous. >> on the court, too. >> we're so proper here. let's look at your underwear. >> that excuse. dylan, "pop start." >> i want to tell you it's sir carter and rumi carter. not sir carter carter. we did our research. let's get to "pop start." the emmy nominations are in. and leading the pack "saturday night live" and "west world" with 22 nominations each.
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"stranger things," "feud: betty and joan" and "this is us" scored 11 nominations. it was network tv's first nominated in six years. chrissy metz was nominated for top access. but fans are torn because they're up against each other in a drama seize. others include nicole kidman and reese witherspoon. both in the same category. jessica lange and susan sarandon are up against each other for "feud: betty and joan." not everybody could be honored. big names that were missed, ed harris for "west world." and mandy moore for "this is us." bash got nominated for
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outstanding guest actress. she got nominated but winona ryder did not. >> barb gets pulled into the pool. >> she has a small role. that's why people on twitter were expressing surprise. >> when hauerry met harry. this is the photo that has everyone talking. real-life royalty meets pop star royalty. prince harry meets harry stiles in the meet and greet of our dreams. the two met at the war premiere of the upcoming war drama "dunnkirk" in london's west end. prince harry attended to honor world war ii veterans. >> can i say don nash is on vacation because that photo would -- >> the beyonce twins? he'd be in the stratosphere. >> in one day. >> can i recommend not googling nude underwear for boys. >> from me to you. >> wow! >> i was trying to find out for
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you, but -- >> i'm glad it's on your phone is not mine. >> we have some important safety information for your summer vacation. that's right. today they're looking at nude underwear -- >> our correspondent jeff rossum is here with what you need to know before you hit the road. >> i'm going to save you, savannah, and stop using google. school is out, by the way, and that means family vacations are here so many of us planning a road trip, packing up the car and piling in the kid. what happens if something goes wrong? would you know what to do if the car breaks down. we're showing you how to do it quick and easy so you don't get stranded. >> families hitting the highway and road trips are more popular than ever. according to aaa, 80% of
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americans surveyed are planning road trips this year, but what happens when something goes wrong with your car? would you know what to do? >> okay. we have a car here that's pretty screwed up. the battery is dead and the windshield washer is empty and oh, for kick, the tire is flat. we'll get a bunch of volunteers together to see if they can fix this stuff and for all of you at home, myself included we have patrice here, a certified mechanic. how are you? >> good. how are you? >> do you think you'll be able to do it? >> i think you'll be surprised a lot of people don't know this stuff. >> they think they can. >> we'll see. >> we'll start with an easy one. refilling the windshield wiper fluid. >> my husband does cars and he'll kill me if i don't have this right. >> blue. it's over there. here. no, it's not here either. >> it's not looking so good. >> oh, no. epic fail, but just when we're about to give up hope. i see it. >> you're doing it. you got it.
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>> our other volunteers get it right, too. >> right here. >> boom! >> even if they do need a little extra help. now we're up to google images. >> it's right here. i found it. >> it worked! >> love it! three for three, and for you at home, it's the little black cap with the picture of the windshield on it, but what happens when we try something a little harder like the dreaded dead battery which experts say can drain even faster in extreme heat, leaving you stranded. these two volunteers struggle to even open the hood, but when one of them does get it open. >> i'm not exactly sure what to do with these. >> this is what i'm not sure about. >> this guy is also stumped. >> when i first told you, did you think you could do it? >> i did. i did. >> and here we are. >> stuck. stuck like chuck. >> okay. time for the expert to show us. >> you're looking for the latch, and you want to push it up or to the side to release it.
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you want to start with the red for dead. on the positive or red on the right side of the battery. grab these other cables and you want to go to the good battery and you will put the red side or the positive side of the battery. red to red and you put the black one on and the last one you do is the black. okay, and you want to put it on the black side or negative side. and you want to turn on the good car. >> now i'm going to turn mine on. >> it's on! it worked! and that's how you jump a car, but the biggest problem threatening your summer trip, a flat tire. would you know how to fix that? >> we've given you everything you need right here. all of the tools. okay. >> i have no idea it's supposed to go -- oh, no! i can't do it! i really have no clue! >> you gave it your best shot and that's what matters. >> that wasn't even really a shot. >> we're striking out. will this guy do any better?
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>> loosen the lug nuts and it's easier when it's sitting on the ground. >> we're up pressed and he's doing everything right, loosening the lug nuts first with the tire iron and using the jack to lift the car. next, taking old tire on and putting the new tire on and putting the lug nuts on. >> congratulations. >> you win a free car. awesome! >> experts say the key is to practice doing this stuff at home before anything goes wrong on the road. local repair shops offer work shops so you can feel confident doing it yourself. we have a full list and step by step instructions and even photos on today.com. >> you were saying, don't trust the tire. >> if i put it on, i wouldn't get in the car. >> hoda, so looking forward to our concert.
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she's out there already. >> hoda. >> hey, guys, look who is here. ==topvo== in the last hour .. santa clara county sheriff )s deputies announced an arrest in the in the last hour santa clara county sheriff's announced a shooting. authorities say there have been some speculation it was an accident, but authorities announce ed the roommate danny lee deal has been arrested on murder charges. stoffer name of the 60-year-old victim has not been released. investigators have not revealed what may have led up-to-shooting. let's see how the morning commute is doing on this friday. >> mostly green. we have yellows and oranges. slower in your typical spots.
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just got reported, el camino real, ply wood on the offramp. a light flow of traffic. over the bay bridge, speeds in the 50s, which is actually great. metering lights are still on and you still have to wait, and then you get into the city. back to you. >> thank you very much. have a great weekend. another update in half an hour. we'll see you then.
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♪ it's 8:30 now. a friday morning. 14th of july 2017. we have a happy crowd. they're ready for ryan aain andy for music from it girl hailee steinfeld. >> there's so many fans out there for you. but there's a couple -- this is the time of day we pick a couple of people out of the crowd. two best friends here. they are aaliyah and jamison.
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they're right here in the front row. do you want to meet hailee? >> yes. >> will you come up here with me? be careful. it's wet. this is aliyahaliyah. >> oh, my goodness. >> you're beautiful. >> what's your name? >> jamison. >> how are you? hug. how is it going? thank you so much for being here. >> will you sign the poster for them? >> oh, my god, yes. >> what's left of it. >> of course. i would love to. >> sign this one. >> right here. ready? >> save that corner. >> sign that soaking wet one over there. >> all right. ready? how about that, guys? a signature from hailee. you have a front row seat. thank you so much. >> thank you. >> so cute. >> autograph and a hug, the
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cutest. >> going to say, did that just happen? >> exactly. get a blow drier for that sign. >> if you want to come to a concert like this one, listen up. we're on the lookout for your best summer photos. >> we are getting incredible ones every day. we want to see even more. by the end of the summer, we will pick a favorite and bring the photographer to one of our concerts. you can find out more at today.com and share your photos with the #todaysummermoment. >> we're about to hear from hailee. one last check of the weather from al. >> show you what we have for you, starting with tomorrow. looking for some wet weather down through the gulf coast. high heat through the plains. sunshine on the west coast. sunday, sunday, look for summer storms continuing in the gulf into the southeast and atlantic states. fire danger out west. sunshine through the plains. good morning, i'm kari hall. today will be very much like
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yesterday with some nice, warm temperatures inland. looking live at san jose. bright sunshine and highs that will be reaching into the low 80s this afternoon, lower 90s for concord and livermore. santa rosa, high of 85. oakland up to 73 degrees. san francisco will be up to 66 degrees and temperatures ramp up several degrees for tomorrow afternoon. the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. >> and welcome back, everybody. our crowd has been waiting anxiously for this one. hailee steinfeld to start singing. she's moments away from performing on her citi concert stage. first, look at how hailee got here. >> i didn't know i was starving until i tasted you ♪
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>> reporter: hailee steinfeld is burning up the charts with hit after hit. ♪ on the right side of rock bottom ♪ >> reporter: her career took off on the big screen at the age of 14. >> nobody here knew my father and i'm afraid nothing will be done until i do it. >> reporter: earning an oscar nomination for "true grit," opposite jeff bridges. ♪ what runs the world >> reporter: we got a hint of her singing voice in "pitch perfect 2." ♪ when storm comes >> reporter: that led to a recording contract, a single and a music video with more than 187 million views. ♪ i want to be like i want to be like most girls ♪ >> reporter: now, at 20 years old, hailee steinfeld is make her big plaza debut on our summer concert stage.
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[ cheers and applause ] it is so time. let's get to the music. hailee, take it away. >> new york city. i am so excited to be here with all of you today. thank you, guys, so much for coming and standing out in the rain. let's have some fun. ♪ you know just what to say things that scare me ♪ ♪ i should just walk away but i can't move my feet ♪ ♪ the more that i know you the more i want to ♪ ♪ something inside of me says, i was so much younger yesterday ♪ ♪ oh, oh i didn't know that i was ♪ ♪ starving until i tasted you
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don't need no butterflies ♪ ♪ when you give me the whole damn zoo ♪ ♪ by the way you do things to my body ♪ ♪ i didn't know that i was starving till i tasted you ♪ ♪ by the way you do things to my body ♪ ♪ i didn't know that i was starving until i tasted you ♪ ♪ you know just how to make my heartbeat faster ♪ ♪ emotion earthquake bring on disaster ♪ ♪ you hit me head-on got me weak in my knees ♪ ♪ something inside me has change ed ♪ ♪ oh, oh so much younger yesterday ♪
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♪ i didn't know that i was star starving until i tasted you ♪ ♪ i didn't know i had butterflies until you give me the whole damn zoo ♪ ♪ by the way you do things to my body ♪ ♪ i didn't know i was starving until i tasted you ♪ ♪ by the way, right away you do things to my body ♪ ♪ i didn't know that i was starving till i tasted you ♪ ♪ you, you yeah, i tasted you ♪ ♪ by the way, right away, you do things to my body ♪ ♪ i didn't know i was
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starving until i tasted you ♪ >> let's go! ♪ ♪ something inside me's changed ♪ ♪ i was so much younger yesterday ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> oh. there is more hailee steinfeld. but first, this is "today" on nbc. ♪
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welcome back to our citi concert stage. we're happy that hailee steinfeld is making it her home today. >> she's becoming one of the biggest pop stars on the planet, just a few years after becoming an oscar nominee. and her new single "most girls"
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has 40 million views on youtube. good morning. >> good morning. >> everything you do turns to gold. >> thank you. >> does the music exceed your highest expectations? >> i never in a million years could have planned or treatmented that treatment dreamed it would be this amazing. each of these people have embrace med. >> they give us a lot of information about someone when you come here. i know you started very young. did anyone at a really young age give you a piece of advice that made a difference for you? >> yes. a lot of really great advice. and one piece of advice that's stayed with me. it's very simple. that's to have fun. and not take life too seriously. >> one of the things you do that's fun are the "pitch perfect" movies. those resonate year after year. that's how you got discovered. your singing voice got discovered, right? >> yeah. it was really the first opportunity i was able to take
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advantage of the fact that i was able to show people i was into singing. and i wanted it to happen through a movie to make sense for me. and, yeah. "pitch perfect" happened. >> did you feel you were a singer first and then an actr s actress? >> well, technically, actor. performer and entertainer. >> are you going to be in the "transform "transformers" movie? >> this is true. >> that's a big deal. >> what are you going to sing for us now? >> i'm going to do my latest single, "most girls." >> yeah. >> take it away. ♪ some girls feel best in their tine dresses ♪ ♪ some girls, nothing but sweat pants looking like a princess ♪ ♪ some girls kiss new lips every
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single night ♪ ♪ they're staying out late 'cause they're just celebrating life ♪ ♪ some days you feel so good in your own skin ♪ ♪ but it's okay if you wanna change the body that you came in ♪ ♪ 'cause you look greatest when you feel like a damn queen ♪ ♪ we're all just playing a game in a way trying to win at life ♪ ♪ most girls are smart and strong and beautiful ♪ ♪ most girls work hard, go far, we are unstoppable ♪ ♪ most girls, our fight to make every day ♪ ♪ no two are the same i want to be like ♪ ♪ i wanna be like i wanna be like ♪ ♪ most girls i wanna be like ♪ ♪ i wanna be like most girls ♪ ♪ i wanna be like i wanna be like ♪
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♪ i wanna some girls like to keep their physique real private ♪ ♪ some girls wear jeans so tight 'cause it feels so right, yeah ♪ ♪ some girls, every day searching, chemothe page turning ♪ ♪ slipping in late 'cause they just celebrating life ♪ ♪ you know some days you feel so good in your own skin ♪ ♪ but it's okay if you wanna change the body that you came in ♪ ♪ 'cause you look greatest when you feel like a damn queen ♪ ♪ all just playing a game in a way trying to win at life ♪ ♪ most girls are smart and strong and beautiful ♪ ♪ most girls work hard, go far, we are unstoppable ♪ ♪ most girls, our fight to make every day ♪ ♪ no two are the same i wanna be like ♪ ♪ i wanna be like most girls ♪ ♪ i wanna be like
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i wanna be like ♪ ♪ most girls i wanna be like ♪ ♪ i wanna be like i wanna be like ♪ ♪ i wanna be like i wanna the like ♪ >> hands up. ♪ wanna be wanna be, wanna be ♪ ♪ our fight to make every day no two are the same ♪ ♪ i wanna be like most girls ♪ ♪ i wanna be like i wanna be like ♪ ♪ most girls i wanna be like ♪ ♪ i wanna be like i wanna be like ♪ ♪ i wanna be like i wanna be like ♪ ♪ i wanna be like [ cheers and applause ] >> more from hailee steinfeld on
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a beautiful friday morning. but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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what a morning. and hailee is make it look so easy. who wants to hear more music? hailee steinfeld, take it away. ♪ when i get chills at night i feel it deep inside without you ♪ ♪ know how to satisfy keeping the tempo right ♪ ♪ without you pictures in my mind on replay ♪ ♪ i'm gonna touch the pain away i know how to scream my own name ♪ ♪ scream my name
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i love me ♪ ♪ gonna love myself no, i don't need anybody else ♪ ♪ gonna love myself i don't need anybody else ♪ ♪ can't held myself no, i don't need anybody else ♪ ♪ anytime day or night ♪ i love myself don't need anybody else ♪ ♪ can't help myself no, i don't need anybody else ♪ ♪ anytime that i like ♪ i love mow ♪ i'll take it nice and slow feeling good on my own ♪ ♪ without you, yeah no need speaking in tongues ♪ ♪ the beautiful comes without you ♪ ♪ i'm gonna put my body first ♪ and love me so hard till it hurts ♪ ♪ i know how the scream out the
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words ♪ ♪ scream the words i love me ♪ ♪ gonna love myself no i don't need anybody else ♪ ♪ gonna love myself no i don't need anybody else ♪ ♪ can't help myself no i don't need anybody else ♪ ♪ anytime day or night ♪ i love me ghana love myself ♪ ♪ i don't need anybody else ♪ gonna love myself i don't need anybody else ♪ ♪ can't help myself i don't need anybody else ♪ ♪ anytime i like i love me ♪ ♪ ah, la, la, la, la, la ah, la, la, la, la, la ♪ ♪ anytime i like
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♪ i'm gonna put my body first and love me so hard till it hurts ♪ ♪ and know how to scream out scream the words ♪ ♪ i love me gonna love myself but i don't need anybody else ♪ ♪ gonna love myself i don't need anybody else ♪ ♪ can't love myself i don't need anybody else ♪ ♪ anytime day or night i love me ♪ ♪ gonna love myself i don't need anybody else ♪ ♪ gonna love myself don't need anybody else ♪ ♪ can't help myself i don't need anybody else ♪ ♪ anytime i like i love me ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> hear more from hailee steinfeld and all our summer concert artists at applemusic.com/today.
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we're just talking about, we have some people that come on and perform and the minute it starts to rain, they run for the shelter. look at her. she's out there with her fans still. >> she's amazing.
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>> can we get a shot of her dancers on that slippery floor? >> she was great. >> hoda was out there, too. >> do their little moves down the aisle. the skies parted. >> is it raining again? >> yeah. >> meanwhile, we should look ahead to tomorrow. >> yeah, it will be a fun saturday, as always. winter is almost here. the season premiere of "game of thrones." we have your sneak peek on what to expect. and on sunday, you'll be here, dylan. and willie geist is talking to carly kloss. >> of course he is. >> interesting. she does the coding camps for young women. i think she's really cool. i really interesting side to her. >> good weekend. >> in addition to being beautiful. and still to come -- >> we have hailee steinfeld going to do another song for us. she's going to be on the show. i'm making ribs and baked beans. >> nice. >> and appy friday.
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>> sunday is national ice cream day. we got the story on one fast food chain, the golden cone. if you get it, you get free ice cream for the rest of your life. >> like the golden ticket? >> just like willie wan good morning, it )s 8 - -...
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i )m ... ==topvo== there )s a hot weekend on tap fr the bay area . good morning. i'm sam brock. hot weekend on tap for the bay area according to kari hall. lots of people expected to be headed to the beach. in santa cruz the beaches are set to reopen after that shark attack. on tuesday a white shark that's believed to have taken a chomp out of this guy's kayak shut things down.
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all beaches within a one-mile radius were closed. right now, we're in santa cruz talking with life guards there. chuck lav live report for our noon newscast. air force one on its way back to the united states right now after donald trump's bass teal visit. nbc news obtained new information on donald trump junior's meeting last year. our twitter feed, exclusive details on the loibs who was also in the room who's been tloingds russian intelligence. that'll do it for us for now, but we'll be back in 30 minutes. for now, back to the "today" show.
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this morning on "today's take," pop sensation hailee steinfeld rocks our concert stage with a pitch perfect performance. and. beyonce breaks the internet again. and a stick-to-your-rips barbecue dish you can make this weekend. right now. >> from nbc news, this is "today's take." live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hey. it is friday morning, july 14th. you're listening to "love myself" by pop star hailee steinfeld, our summer concert star this morning. >> she's so sweet. >> she was out there in the rain. out with the crowd. and the dancers.
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the stage was really wet. >> i was scared to walk across it. >> i like they have the raincoats. i like when she was saying i love myself, something, something anybody else. whatever the words are. but all the young girls are, i love myself. >> a nice anthem. an anthem. >> and they knew all the words. >> she will be joining us at our desk. >> love it. >> what is today? >> national ice cream day. >> it's still nothing. sunday. >> sunday, sunday. national ice cream day. in honor, we have a bunch. >> we didn't want to leave anybody out. >> is that briars on the end? >> your cousins. >> we're cousins. >> and ben & jerry's double chocolate fudge. it's dairy-free. >> i never had dairy-free ice cream. >> i had coconut milk ice cream.
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>> how is it? >> can you tell it's dairy-free. >> the one next to it. >> this one. put that back. >> how does us eating ice cream benefit the viewers? >> we're not. we're saving you calories. but there's something special coming this weekend. >> you can't tell? >> you can't? >> no. >> the golden cone is coming. >> one more time. >> watch his dance. >> here we go. >> it's like were chariots of fire." only not. >> like a ballerina. >> oh. i didn't know it was going to be -- this is a heavy cone. >> they're only giving out one. >> mcdonald's gives out free
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soft serve for anyone who downloads or uses the mcdonald's app. >> what do you do with it? >> they give away free cones. one lucky person, somewhere in america. >> one out of all of the mcdonald's. >> you're just hearing about this. >> between 2:00 and 5:00 p.m., will receive this golden cone, to win free soft serve for life. >> for life. >> wow. >> this is my thing. you have three hours. you have to download the app. and does that mean they have a specific location where they already know -- you know what i mean? you have to know where this is. >> they do. somebody knows. >> if i work at mcdonald's and there's people in suits and a camera around, i'm going to think that is the one. >> it's not real gold. i don't think it's a security team that travels with it. >> but publicity and stuff around. >> i think they will play it cool.
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>> you do? >> can i -- >> why do we get that? >> i have a quick question. i've eaten from this spoon. i want to get myself another scoop? >> if you do that, i will not. >> would you like something. >> this is cookies and cream. >> you use your own spoon. you can't have it both ways. >> she doesn't care. >> you can't have it both ways. >> why not? dylan doesn't care. >> good looking out. >> i dropped a cookie. and i said, there's too many people looking. >> she looked at me like, eat it. >> i didn't. it was classless. >> but you wanted to. >> have you watched our show? that's the latest on the -- golden cone. all right. >> we held people for four
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minutes. >> the control room got bored. fantastic. before each show, we get our picture taken. >> is this the golden cone? >> they probably have a stunt cone. this is the stunt cone. maybe we should scoop some ice cream and see if it tastes better. >> it tastes metally. our photographer takes a picture they put out online. right before we took our picture, you said -- >> let's do something different. do something fun. >> this is what we came up with. i posted it on instagram. and i noticed your husband commented on my instagram page. >> what did he say? >> you don't understand how big of a moment this is. dyl has three poses. this is a huge step for her. proud of you, dyl. >> what are your three poses? >> i go like this. >> that's one. >> is that one? >> that jazz hands. >> sometimes my hands are wider.
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>> you keep it straight? >> the third. >> the normal one. >> what's normal? >> one, two, three. >> posing runs in my family. >> a family of posers. >> yes. my mom cannot take a picture without doing something. i think i harnessed her excitement for pictures. i wish i knew we were talking about this. >> thanks for coming to the meeting. >> she was working the orange room. >> there's a picture of seven people in my family. and there's my mom in the background going like this. i harnessed my mother's energy. >> could you come up with a fourth pose? >> i don't know. i don't know what to do with my arms. >> we talk about that all the time. >> our executive prous dooer says a lot of times you sit at the desk like this.
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>> i don't notice this. >> sheinelle's thing is this. and she goes, i don't know why i'm doing this. >> i do. and to the point where the words go with the hands. >> yeah. >> you're excited. i don't know why i'm doing this. >> i say this every time. i try really hard not to say that. and kandi was here from real housewives and i did it again. and then, i did this. i start pulling. and i don't -- so frustrated. inside, i'm really trying. >> trying to do what? >> no. >> not working. >> no. if i see someone across the table, i feel like i can pull the words out. my mother is a choir director. >> it's genetic. learned behavior. >> my dad drove a bus. i do this a lot. >> do you ever do this?
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>> that's right. and sometimes i collect change. >> drive this bus. beyonce, of course, breaking the internet again. internet, clearly, crazy in love with the queen b. posting the first photo of she and jay-z's twins. and confirming the names. sir carter and rumi one month today. we were wondering, was the full name sir carter carter. it says sir carter and rumi. >> her mom had tweeted when the names were first released. welcome to the world, sir carter and rumi carter. >> that makes sense. billboard put out the top moneymakers of 2016. where does beyonce rate in that
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list? >> maybe two. >> i'm going to give her two, too. >> who would be one? >> let's count down the top five. number five, adele. $37 million. >> 38 million albums sold? >> no. in dollar. >> 50 cents an album. >> don't ask me to do the math. >> i'm not surprised she did more. i think she sold more than 38 million albums. that was her album, right? >> 25. gavin, how many albums did she tell? >> we'll look into that. lana should do it. we're sick of looking at gavin. let's show lana more. >> people like both of them. >> lana. i'm sar. we need to show her more.
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number four. 37$37.7 million. >> that says $37.7 million. >> whatever. >> who is the next person? >> the boss. >> look at that. >> $2.2 million. >> is that a floating microphone? >> well, there's a stand there. you can't see it. >> i'm really bad. >> okay. number two. >> guns and roses. >> wow. >> i guess also from touring. >> okay. >> number one on the list -- >> beyonce, by a mile. $62.1 million. >> wow. i believe it. >> well, yeah. she's like my go-to. >> she had lemonade, too. >> your go-to thing. >> song. thing.
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>> yes. >> sheinelle is out of words. >> i'm trying not to use my arms. >> the more you try, the more you will be focused on it. up next, the emmy nominations. who were the surprises? and who got snubbed? we're going to braebeak it down let's see, there are the wildcats 'til we die weekenders. the watch me let if fly. this i gotta try weekenders. then we've got the bendy... ... spendy weekenders. the tranquility awaits. hanging with our mates weekenders and the it's been quite a day... ...so glad we got away weekenders. whatever kind of weekender you are, there's a hilton for you. book your weekend break direct at hilton.com and join the weekenders. the beswith neutrogena® beach? beach defense® sunscreen. helioplex™ powered, uva uvb strong. beach strength protection
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2017, announced yesterday. competition is really fierce. >> i am excited for this year's nominations because i saw most of the shows that were nominated. >> you did. >> for some reason. >> you know why? you had a great excuse. you were home with calvin. >> that's true. yeah, i did binge watch a lot. >> for drama series, you've seen most of these. >> yes. "better call saul." >> haven't seen it. i love it. "the crown." "the hand maid's tail." "house of cards." "stranger things." "this is us." "west world" i'm obsessed with. and "this is us" is the only network show nominated for best drama and the first network show in six years to be nominated. everything is on netflix and hbo. >> in fact, look at the comedy series. you have "atlanta," "blackish,"
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"modern family" and "veep." >> this is serious competition. people say, just to be honored -- just to be nominated is an honor. it is. you look at the actors and the actresses, the quality of the actors and movie stars and actresses. sterling kay brown. bob odenkirk for "better call saul." kevin spacey, "house of card." and milo. "this is us." >> you know what? this is pretty stiff competition. i guarantee that everyone says, we're in such a great class. >> when you have sterling k. brown and milo for the same show. >> viola davis, "how to get away
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with murder." "the crown." a hand maid's tail. and robin wright for "house of cards." >> carry russell not getting nominated. >> the actors and actresses have juicy roles. anthony anderson for quality blackish." zach galifianakis for "baskets." william h. macy for "shameless." and jeffrey tambor. >> and actress in a camry. pam la adlin. jane fonda for "grace and frankie." and lily tomlin.
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and ellie kemper, and julia l louis-dreyfus. >> and did you see "big little lies"? >> abscessed. >> have you seen it? it's so good. >> there's too much good tv. too much. robert de niro. susan sarandon. alec baldwin. >> oh. >> "saturday night live." let's show you what's going on for your weather. 24 million folks at risk. afternoon storms after what we've already seen. damaging winds, the main threat. tomorrow, ice sated tornado and damaging winds and large hail. a lot of rain out there. we have more coming.
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good morning, i'm kari hall. today we'll have a wide range in temperatures once again that will be kind of like yesterday. we'll get some sunshine and a little clearing along the coast. 73 in oakland, and 93 in concord today. over the weekend we will have much warmer temperatures moving in especially for the inland areas. highs will a reach 101 degrees. dangerous heat for the valleys. >> that's your latest weather. pop sensation hailee steinfe steinfeld, rocking our stage all morning. she's going to take a break with day 13. if only this were as easy as saving $600 when you switch to progressive. winds stirring. too treacherous for a selfie. [ camera shutter clicks ] sure, i've taken discounts to new heights with safe driver and paperless billing. but the prize at the top is worth every last breath.
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inspired by your favorite cocktails. [ plays chord ] like sangria. the taste will take you away. [ plays melody ] [ plays castanets ] [ melody stops ] got carried away. she began her career as an actress who hit the big screen at 14 years old and earned an oscar nomination. >> now, a bona fide pop star, hailee is out with her newest single, "most girls." we're going to give her a bit of a break. >> of the rain. >> i know. >> that was an amazing performance. do you get nervous performing in front of millions of people at this point? >> i wish i could say no. but absolutely. all the time. even regardless of the number, i think. i don't know. i think when you're sort of put in a position to, i guess, perform, period. but relay a message that means something to you.
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that's what i'm doing with the songs that i'm singing the it's nerve-racking. >> props to you and your crew. it was raining out there. and that stage was -- really a minefield. >> so slippery. i was taking it really slow. trying to play it off. it was a blast. >> you didn't miss a beat. >> your songs are empowering. what does it feel like when you see these younger girls singing and rocking out and knowi ining every lyric to your music? >> they're the reason i sing the songs in the first place. to stand there and have the reverse effect, is not only an inkreldible reward but it's a reminder to myself of the message of the song. >> i love it. when the girls were singing, i love myself. >> you want to teach her the words.
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♪ i love myself and anybody else ♪ >> that's okay. >> i love myself -- i don't need? >> i don't need anybody else. >> there you go. >> you do that? >> it's afamily affair. your video with your dad. is it "most girls"? >> yeah. my dad is a personal fitness trainer. >> oh, wow. >> yes. >> both of you. >> that's my daddy. he trains me when i'm home. and when i'm on the road. but mainly on the road. and he taught me the kick box. i wanted that to be a setup in the video. i had him on set the and i snuck him in the video. >> unbelievable. making all dads look bad. >> if you put a tank top on, you look like that. >> no. in fact, it's against the law for me to do that. you've been in show business, since you were a kid. you had incredible opportunities. were there times when you
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thought it might be nice to have a normal teenage years? >> that's never the wish. the wish is when the schedule is crazy. wishing for time off. and if that's 24 hours or a week, it's enough to put me back in the mode of i want to go out and do this. it is my normal, as crazy as it is. >> thank you so much. and you'll be singing with us a how's your cafe au lait? oh, it's actually... sfx: (short balloon squeal) it's ver... sfx: (balloon squeals) ok can we... sfx: (balloon squeals) goodbye! oof, that milk in your coffee was messing with you, wasn't it?
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try lactaid, it's real milk, without that annoying lactose. good right? yeah. i )m ... ==topvo== so far police are revealing few details about an early morning shooting in san jose that sent one man to the hospital. ==map good friday morning. right now police are not revealing details about a early morning shooting in san jose. it happened about 4:00 this morning near highway 101. they araved at the scene to find the victim suffering from at least one gunshot wound and they're finding multiple shell casings on the ground there. also, new details on what lead up to the shooting, but we know that police are still looking for a gunman. a short time ago, an announcement of an arrest that killed a woman yesterday. the victim's roommate called 911
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to report the shooting. he told the dispatcher at the time he fired the gun. speculation that it was an accident. but they announced the roommate has been arrested on murder charges. so far the name of the 60-year-old victim has not been released and they have not revealed what lead up to the shooting. >> on a much lighter note notw, weather and traffic after the break. ♪ strummed guitar you can't experience the canadian rockies through a screen. you have to be here, with us.
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♪ strummed guitar travel through this natural wonder and get a glimpse of amazing. with a glass of wine in one hand, and a camera in the other, aboard rocky mountaineer. canada's rocky mountains await. call your travel agent or rocky mountaineer for special offers now. weather toss to traffic traffic good friday mornging, i'm kari hall. we'll be in the mid 60s today, mid 70s for the weekend. inland areas will have to deal with sizzling temperatures in the next few days. not too bad today. up to 101 degrees tomorrow and next week we'll be back in the 80s for a little while before our temperatures start to trend into the 90s by wednesday and thursday. we're looking at your pleasant friday drive, main
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tining a nice flow of traffic. we have a crash at 237 where the arrow is. also this would normally be a possible coming off of the freeway westbound 580 going to the toll plaza. no major issues there, and a disabled vehicle there is clearing from that roadway there. still a nice drive down there richmond. the baybridge toll plaza still backed up. >> that will do it for us right now. right now back to "the today show."
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we're over here getting app ideas. if you want to look for gas on your next road trip or a better seat when you fly, you want to listen to this. >> the apps you want to download before your next vacation. randy zuckerberg is the ceo of zuckerberg media. >> appy friday. >> i love appy friday. and i love cheap gas. >> any kind of travel you're doing this summer. road trip, taking your family, going on a plane. i have great apps for you guys today. >> let's look. >> gas buddy. it's like waze or google maps for cheap gas near you. it tells you the range. and you can look and see, in two
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miles, here's slightly cheaper gas. you can map that and check, what kind of gas you need for your car and filter that way, too. >> great. >> and speaking of gas stations. do you have another one? >> no. i've moved on. >> this is what i want to ask you about. justice. >> or speaking of gas. >> when the little one is getting older. you can't just pee right there. >> where i wind up, my 6-year-old, suddenly has to use the bathroom. this app has been my lifesaver. sit or squat. it tells you where the nearest restrooms are. you enter your birthday, confirm you've been potty trained. the red ones are a little dirty. the green ones are approved to sit. we have a green approved sit. >> who rates the bathrooms? >> everyone. >> once you go and use it, you can take photos of the
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cleanliness. and you can search if you need a baby changing table or handicapped accessible. >> genius. >> that has saved my life so many times. >> i bet it has. now, to the sky and which could be the best seat on a plane. >> i usually just try to go for the seat as close to the front as possible. but seat guru, you can put in your flight. it will show you how good different seats are. here's 19c, don't book it. close to the bathroom. seat 12, some passengers find it to be cold. seat 1 has an armrest that doesn't move. i'm going to book row 5. >> how cool is that? >> there's an app you can speed through customs. >> mobile passport. you have to pay and apply for probably entry. you scan your passport.
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you take a photo. i tried to keep the straight face. and you get passport control. you bypass customs entering the u.s. >> you go through global entry area? >> you go through a separate mobile area. and everyone is asking, is this legit? the u.s. customs and border protection. homeland security is telling right on their home page to download this app. >> there's nothing worse than you're ready to go home and the line is wrapped around. >> an hour of customs with young kids. this is a great app. >> now, if you're are spending time outside, there's an app that tells you when not to be outside and to reapply sunscreen. >> this one tells you where you are. today, it's low u.v. it's raining out. but it says take care between 10:20 and 2:30 today. you can enter your skin type and describe yourself. >> is that you at the top?
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>> i had to be fair or pale. you're protected for two hours. >> that's jgenius. i would assume it was more than two hours. >> i entered what kind of sunscreen. and it can send you reminders of when you need to apply sunscreen. >> i want to get this one in. >> yes. >> if you love gourmet food trucks. this app will tell you where you are. >> roaming hunger. you open this up and it will tell you where the food trucks are. i would like to recommend a feature where you can press a button and the food truck drives to you. >> delivery. >> good stuff. >> thank you so much. >> appy friday. coming up next, you're going to need a lot of napkins. we're heading into the kitchen we're heading into the kitchen we're heading into the kitchen my neighbor says that i shouldn't let my kids raid the fridge whenever they want. i'm dancing with the devil, she says. give them a taste of freedom at this age,
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so, if you -- interesting rib music. i wouldn't have gone with this. but that's just me. it's hailee steinfeld. i think ribs, i think hailee steinfeld. you like these? okay. you're going to like this. these are not your typical smoked ribs on a smoker. if the weather's bad and you don't feel like dealing with the grill, this is the way to go. we're going to do a special recipe for this. >> we're finished. >> this is so good. >> you're going to get your favorite cut of ribs from your beutjutc butcher. the baste and marinaded. ginger ail, soy sauce. sweet chili sauce and grown sbr sugar. you take your salt. and salt your ribs. and you're going to pour in just a little bit of ginger ail.
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. >> does the ginger ale add sweetness? >> and effervescence. >> that's a big pitcher of water. >> it's a big pitcher. and you're going to cover up your ribs and put them in the oven for about two to three hours at around 300. >> okay. low and slow. >> between 250 and 300. while that's cooking, you're going to make your marinade. you're going to take some more ginger ale. i got ketchup, some ginger ale, brown sugar. some sweet chili sauce, which i love. it's got the sweet and the spicy. >> where do you find it? >> any grocery store now. you go into the international or the ethniced to section, it's there. and you're going to cook this until it thickens up a little bit. it will take about 20 minutes or so. it will get a little thicker. a thicker consistency.
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you take your ribs out of the oven. and once you've got your sauce going, you're going to baste this. all right? >> this the so good, al. we're not everybody saying it. >> you keep basting it. and then, what you're going to do. you baste this like this. and you put these back in the oven. let them cook a little bit. >> how long do they go back in? >> 20, 30 minutes. now, you take a stove-top grill or if you have a charcoal grill going and you can put them on there. >> i was telling al off-camera. i don't like baked ribs. they're crispy. >> you can put them under the brailler. flip them over, so they cook correctly on both sides. and you buass aste it with more.
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and i want to make baked beans. >> this is ridiculous. >> the secret to this, kielbasa. and you have honey and cinnamon, and vinegar. they're going to take all this. you're going the cook down, cube your kielbasa. you're going to cook it and render it a bit. now, you take your onion. and you chop it up into little bits. and you saute your onion until it gets soft and a little brown. not too bad. okay, now. once you do that, you're going to take regular canned beans. >> bake ed beans. >> you're adding it to other baked beans. >> you're going to add the baked beans. put some ketchup in. and sugar. >> i'm trying to pay attention here. so good. >> let's be honest, sheinelle -- >> i always put barbecue sauce in there. >> really? >> yeah.
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>> you take some cinnamon. >> i don't know why i call it kielba kielbasa. >> and turn the broiler on for five minutes. e it gets a creme brulee top to it. >> look at our plates. >> you've done a pretty good job. very nice. with you, i'm not surprised. that's the way we like them. for these recipes, go to today.com/food. let's check your weather. see if you can grill inside or outside this weekend. high heat from the plains into the pacific northwest. fire danger down into the southwest. look for wet weather in the gulf coast. showers in northern new england. sunday, sunday, east coast looking good. showers in the southeast to the
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gulf. fire damage continues out west, good morning, i'm kari hall. we will have a wide range in temperatures for the weekend. staying nice and mild along the coast. san francisco will be at 74 degrees for a high temperature. the inland areas will see low 90s today, dangerous heat also continuing into sunday, and we'll have haelt advisories for some of the inland hills. highs back into the upper 080s, but it looks like it will warm up next week. can take some drippings from the pan and put that in the baked beans. >> now, you're talking. up next, music to get your weekend party start, the lady you want to eat ribs to. hailee steinfeld, i love you, couch. you give us comfort. and we give you bare feet...
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test. test test. test. test. ♪ ♪ watching this breath savers protect mint neutralize the plaque acids in my mouth. i can't see anything! that's because it's working so hard. hey, what are you guys doing? karen. we're neutralizing. maybe i want to neutralize. you ever think of that? save 40% on paints and stains from july 14th through the 17th. color is just around the corner! find your neighborhood store at sherwinwilliams.com/save. frida is a work appof art. the arts. when it's time to eat, frida enjoys the culinary-inspired
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taste of meow mix bistro recipes. made with real chicken, salmon or tuna. it's the only one cats ask for by name. hi. oh, hi! welcome to the neighborhood. i brought you this pie to see if you're weird. wow, that smells intrusive. it is. did you want to come in, maybe snoop around a bit? that's why i'm here. wouldn't it be great if everyone said what they meant? ooh, i smell onions! the citi® double cash card does. only citi lets you earn 1% cash back when you buy, and 1% as you pay. the citi double cash card. double means double. the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. >> she is quickly becoming one of the biggest pop stars in the world. her first track dropped back in
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2015. and she's had two certified platinum singles. here she is, singing one of her smash hits, ladies and gentlemen, hailee steinfeld. ♪ seems like everybody here is speaking different languages ♪ ♪ with that prescription for blowing off their faces ♪ ♪ and they look at me like i'm some kind of new kid ♪ ♪ but i saw this sunrise before you did ♪ ♪ and they're standing in the powder room ♪ ♪ making love to jack and jamison ♪ ♪ i'll stick with hell no's and
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headphones ♪ ♪ 'cause all of my friends are leaving soon ♪ ♪ to find themselves another round ♪ ♪ but i'll be here in this stranger's room ♪ ♪ just for now yeah, i'll stick with hell noes and headphones ♪ ♪ i just want to be alone i don't care about what you think ♪ ♪ i'm going home yeah i'll stick with hell noes and headphones ♪ ♪ 27 blocks ago i can't even say good-bye ♪ ♪ people blowing up my phone asking me if i'm all right ♪ ♪ and they're sending pictures
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kissing on each other like wasted ♪ ♪ and on top of that they're sending video of them naked ♪ ♪ but you know i don't judge what's on your tongue ♪ ♪ yeah, i know you're having fun but i'll stick with hell noes and headphones ♪ ♪ 'cause all of my friends are leaving soon ♪ ♪ to find them themselves another round ♪ ♪ but i'll be here in this stranger's room ♪ ♪ just for now yeah, i'll stick with hell noes and headphones ♪ ♪ don't want another drink i just wanna be alone ♪ ♪ no, i don't care about what you think ♪ ♪ i'm going home ye yeah, i'll stick with hell noes and headphones ♪
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>> new york city. "today" show. thank you so much for having me tonight. it's morning. hands up. ♪ hell noes and headphones ♪ don't want another drink ♪ i just want to be alone no, i don't care about what you think ♪ ♪ i'm going home yeah, i'll stick with hell noes and headphones ♪ >> hear more from hailee steinfeld and all our summer concert artists at applemusic.com/today. we're back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc.
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the song fits. where did everybody go?
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dylan and al abandoned me. apparently some people get to start their weekends earlier than everyone else. i'll tell you what's coming up next week. big star power. harry styles will be here.
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good friday morning, i'm kari hall, we're going to see a wide range in temperatures and we'll do a repeat of yesterday with low clouds and fog near the coast. san francisco reaching 66 degrees. sunshine in the north bay with
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highs in the mid 80s. and some lower 90s for the tri-valley and up in concord over the next few days it will be very hot reaching the triple digits for some spots inland. now for a update on the roadways. >> it looks like a friday because we have that traffic flow light all over the bay. we still have the south bay, and we have our second crash of the morning westbound 237. this went a little closer, it was a quarter mile further back. and towards the bridge, the disabled vehicle cleared long ago. you see the fast lanes moving well. a man now facing murder charges in the shooting death of his roommate. she was shot yesterday morning in the home they shared. air force one is back on it's way to the united states after president trump's bastille day
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visit with the french president emanuel macron in paris. you can find the story in our website. i love you so much, that's why i bought
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