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that's what's happening "today in the bay." back at 7:25 with a live local news update. >> don't forget to join us nbc bay area news at 11:00. thank you for starting your morning with us on "today in the bay." have great one. good morning. good morning. touchdown usa. good morning, touchdown usa, kim jong-un's right-hand lan arrives in new york the highest ranking official to visit in 18 years, sitting down for dinner with secretary of state mike pompeo ahead of key meetings later today so will that historic summit between president trump and the north korean leader really happen? fire and rain, torrential downpours from alberto trigger a massive landslide, ruptureing a gas line, killing two people the governor declaring a state of emergency, under the threat of more flash floods him we are live with the latest. >> alternate reality. new details emerged from thathoodlean grabbing meeting
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between president trump and kim kardashian west inside the oval office the topic, prison reform. will the two former reality stars find common ground? >> i'll do whatever it takes to get her out. >> those storiesrosanne fights back, the embattled star back on 26, not passing down. tom arnold's growing concerns for his ex-wife. >> it's crazy, it's not one tweet, it's a thousand re-tweets. >> going wild in wildwood. police release the full video of that violent arrest on a jersey shore beach. now that's team. how this youth football team pulled off an incredible rescue. today, thursday, may 31st. 201 2018. >> from nbc news, this is
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"today" with savannah guthrie and hoda kotb. >> hello, everyone, welcome to "today" thank you for joining us. if you check your calendar, it is the last day of may. >> that's why we showed the may flowers. good morning, it's nice to have you along. we will start with breaking news overnight the most senior korean official to visit the u.s. in nearly two decades. he is in new york meeting with mike pompeo again after a high stakes dinner last night. andrea mitchell is covering all of it. good morning. >> as close as we could get. good morning. if new york today, those critical meetings continue between secretary of state pompeo and that high ranking north korean official. the highest ranking official to visit the u.s. in nearly two decades, trying to focus on reaching enough agreements to go ahead with a summit less than two weeks from now the north
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korean dictator's right-hand man, arriving in new york for talks with secretary of state mike pompeo wednesday, kicking off their meetings with dinner, as both sides try to recollection e resurrect the summit between kim jong-un and president trump originally planned for june 12th. who is jim yong chol. she now the chairman of the workers party. he is sitting behind first daughter ivanka trump at the olympics in pyeongchang. he ordered the 2014 hack of sony pictures and ridiculing the kim dynasty. >> kim and the cia would love it if you could take him out. >> reporter: torpedoing a warship, killing 46 sailors, sanctioned by the u.s. treasury department, requiring special state department per mission to enter the u.s., known as north
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korea's toughest negotiator in past u.s. talks. the u.s. blames trading and band conventional arms. team of american experts is also meeting in north korea to hammer out a joint summit declaration. the white house says aiming for a nuclear-free korean peninsula. >> i think it will be very positive. the meetings have been very positive. we'll see what happens. it's a process. it's all a process. we'll see. and hopefully, we'll have a meeting on the 12th. >> reporter: but the cia and outside experts say that goal is impossible any time soon with three u.s. officials telling nbc news, a recent cia assessment conclusd kim jong-un would never abandon the nuclear program his country has been developing for seven decades, even if the north agrees to give up the nukes and top missiles. they say full de-nuclearization would take 15 years and it would be very hard to prove that north korea is really fought doing
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what it has always done before, cheating on every arms control deal. >> a lot of work to do there. thank you so much. keep us posted. as the white hoo get that meeting back on track. a different kim arrived on thursday. reality star kim car tashian west met with president trump. peter alexander explains what this is all about. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, this time it's keeping up with president trump the two posing in the oval office. shot that just two years ago, most americans would agree they'd never imagine they'd see. kardashian making her case for clemency for a great grandma convicted. this meeting with the other kim. president trump posting this picture in the oval office tweeting, great meeting with kim kardashian today, talked about
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prison reform and sentencing. the president smiling, kardashian west more serious after pitching president trump on her latest unlikely project. a presidential pardon for a 63-year-old grandmother alice marie johnson, johnson convicted of a fawn violence drug aoffense, she was sentenced to prison without parole. a judge saying she had ties to the cali cartel. kardashian saying i would like to thank president trump this afternoon. it is our hope the president will grant clemency. >> i made one of the worst decision of my life. i became involved in a drug conspiracy. >> reporter: in an interview with online news outline, kardashian west saying she was moved to action after seeing her story on twitter several months ago. >> i think she deserves a second
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chance at life. >> reporter: the meeting comes after kardashian west lobbied the son-in-law, despite the president's call for harsher penalties against drug dealers. >> so far the white house has been really receptive to my calls. i'm grateful for. that i'm not going to stop that because people personally don't like trump. >> kardashian west famously backed hillary clinton in 2016. but her husband rapper kanye west publicly embraced the president. >> we have been friends for a long time. >> meanwhile, peter, on another subject inside the white house briefing room with press secretary sarah sanders yesterday. take a look. >> we recently had a lockdown room. one that that affects other students mental health is the worry about fact that we or our friends can get shot ought schools. can you tell me what the administration has done land do to prevent these senseless
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tragedies. >> i think as a kid and a parent, there is nothing more terrifying for a kid to go to school and not feel safe, so i'm sorry that you feel that way. >> you can see sara sanders choking up there, a pretty impressive young man a 13-year-old, benji, he's from the san francisco bay area. he was here representing the magazine time for kids. sanders speaking as much as a part and press secretary. she's the mother of three young kids, his question obviously struck her. sanders saying the safety commission the president formed after the parkland shooting will meet this week and vowing the administration will do everything to protect kids in school the president travels to texas where he will meet with families affected by the santa fe students, eight teach herbs and two students were killed later on this month. >> thank, peter. turning to breaking news out of north carolina overnight where the fallout of alberto is still coming fast and furious.
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the morning the death toll is climbing after heavy rains led to a landslide, triggering a deadly gas explosion. kerry sanders is live with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: hoda, the state of north carolina declared a state of emergency. several inches of rain has fallen and the ground was soaked by previous rains. it has triggered dangerous floods and mudslides. overnight, heavy rains pounding parts of the southeast, forcing thousands of residents to evacuate. authorities say a landslide in boone, north carolina triggered a gas explosion, that leveled a house killing two people. >> a part of the garage has exploded and taken out a part of the house. >> the six-plus inches of rain causing mudslides, closing more than 50 roads, including interstate 40 in both directions. this drone video shows the city of asheville, north carolina,
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drenched in flooded streets. they are now managing water releases from the north reservoir dam, flooding at this camp ground in marion, creating heart breaking mess for families who have been coming here foregeneratiojen for generation. >> years of memories, our kids grew up here, the grandkids are coming. i cried the minute you see the roads up here, it's very bad. >> reporter: down south in alabama, low lying roads under water, roads washed away. >> i cannot get out of my side you all. i am trapped inside my house. >> inable county virginia, two people's car was swept away in a flash flood. back in north carolina the flood waters so powerful, it washed a dutch truck down river. while some people faced with dangerous conditions evacuated. others decided to shelter in
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place. >> i thought we were going to lose our house. >> reporter: did you evacuate? >> no, we didn't. >> reporter: why did you stay? >> we knew, we have been through these floods before. >> reporter: but like this? >> no, it's never been this bad. >> reporter: the last time they saw floods in this area like that was in 2004, following hurricane frances and while i'm standing in a spot, guys, right now, where it's not raining, forecasters predict there could be another quarter inch of rain here today. >> exactly what they do not need. thank you. turning now to tennessee, where a massive manhunt is under way for a cop killer believed to be armed and dangerous. tammy leitner is live with the latest on this search. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. this state wide manhunt been going on nearly 24 hours now. late last night police arrested a woman in connection to this murder. they have issued an arrest warrant for a man they say is
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armed and very dangerous. overnight, police near nashville making an arrest in connection with the cold blooded killing of dixon county deputy sergeant daniel baker. officials charging erica castro myles with first degree murder. accusing her of participating in the killing. they say she is an acquaintance of this man, also a suspect. this morning there is an all out manhunt to find him and they say wiggins should be considered armed and dangerous. investigators say they were investigating a suspicious vehicle report after he failed to check in, deputies tracked his patrol car using gps. video evidence at the scene pointed officials to wiggins. >> we just ask for your help. >> reporter: sheriff jeffrey bledso overcome with emotion. officials say wiggins has a long history of criminal history and vandalism and domestic assault.
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they have been searching for him since tuesday when investigators say his girlfriend told police wiggins held a gun to her head, threatening to shoot her then stole her car. >> it is my prayer to god that our court will be a terror to him on the punishment he receives. >> reporter: wednesday night a sloem procession of patrol vehicles escorting barrack's body to the medical examiner's office. he leaves behind a wiefd and a daughter. >> reporter: not only has our agency lost a brother, but our community has lost a hero. >> reporter: sergeant baker's family is understandably devastated. they told us they need some time to grieve their loss. overnight state police have upped their reward to $12,500 for any information leading to the arrest of steven wiggins. >> thank you. turning now to that ongoing disaster in hawaii. it looks like there is no
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trouble in sight. evacuations still under way at the volcanic eruption from kilauae continues to serve molten lava and gas. >> reporter: good morning. these fissures are still spewing that lava into the air. this one right here is spewing lava 250 feet up. oak here, authorities are keeping people back about 2 miles. but on a boat, it's a completely different story. here in hawaii and in a couple of hours at about 3:00 local time, tourists are going to start getting on to boats for a sunrise lava tour. here's what they will see. . >> the amount of flow volume we are seeing out is unprecedented. >> reporter: fought many people here get excited as shane turpin. >> the lava touches the ocean, it's the hottest time of the year. >> reporter: he is head captain at lava tour a sight seeing company, giving tourists
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spectacular views from the water. while lava has been flowing fast and furious a month ago. he says his business has slowed way down. >> people are thinking this is a massive eruption to the point where the whole islands will combust or all the islands. >> reporter: it's sights like these, he says, that have been skaer scaring many tourists away. >> this is that laise, you see the steam rising out of the ocean. it's not just steam, there is hydrochloric acid in there, glass chards, it's remarkable to see. meanwhile, more evacuations ordered on the island as fast moving lava streams continue to cut off exit routes and destroy more homes. >> we are waiting for the end to happen. we don't know when it could be. >> some residents still refusing to leave. >> the heat coming off was so strong that it created that tornado and that as soon as i saw it, it was a backdrop of the plume and the tornado, it was
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amazing. >> reporter: as for turpin, he says this is the risk of live income paradise. he should know, lava that has given him his livelihood, destroyed his home and workshop this week. >> if you live under the volcano, you got to be ready for this i'm not moving. i don't think most of the people r. we love this area, the puna coastline, it goes through phases. we see hurricanes, lava flows. we also have some of the most beautiful area in the hawaiian island chain in our disposal. >> the lava tours, they don't seem so safe. how are companies like that allowed to operate? >> reporter: well, right now there are four companies that are legally licensed to be giving those tours. even in these conditions and, look, lava is their thing. they have been doing this safely for years. they say they can get people in and out safely. we saw that yesterday. choppy seas. >> that wasn't the most danger we were in. usually they can maneuver those boats close enough.
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so you see the island forming. they are a part of that important life blood to the tourism industry here. but the main attraction is the voke's national park. >> that is about 25 miles away. most of that park is closed. meanwhile here, you see these active fissures are continuing to push that lava into even more neighborhoods. guys. back to you. >> you remember that map gadi showed, how small that is? smr it's a hawaii thing. we are still opened for business and tourists. absolutely. let's get our first check of weather from al. good morning. >> it's not going to be hot, texas is under the gun as far as temperatures today. 49 million people today will see temperatures 90 or better. tomorrow about 73 million, 90 better as well. for today, we got potential records for roswell, new mexico, lubbock and san angelo, tomorrow it expands to the north, rapid city may see the same.
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tulsa and am rim lo as well. we got heat and humidity combining to make the feels-lime i like temperatures, all that high moisture out of the gulf it will feel like 103 in dallas, 92 in atlanta, it will feel like 90 in washington, d.c., cincinnati will feel like 94. as we move into tomorrow, look at the heat indexes for philly. even des moines will see temperatures feeling like 93 degrees and on saturday those heat indexes stretch from raleigh back into texas. we will get to your local forecast coming up in the next 30 seconds.
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i'm meteorologist kari hall. nice, clear sunrise as we get a look outside in san francisco. we will see partly cloudy skies throughout the day and cool and windy in san francisco with highs in the upper 50s. 71 will be the high in napa and a cool 67 in san jose and palo alto. antioch, nice and comfortable, 70 degrees. as we go to the next few days, a major shift in our temperatures going way up for the weekend. 93 will be the high this saturday inland. >> that's your latest weather. hoda. >> thank you, mr. roker. she's tweeting up a storm overnight as we hear from tom arnold on his growing concerned for his ex-wife. >> and an exclusive interview with the woman who took on bill cosby and won. today for the first time, she tells the story of the night she says he drugged and assaulted her, but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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altamont pass and worked their way north because of embers and wind. keeping an eye on this today, openfully they can have it out by dinnertime. the problem, again, is those gusts. thank goodness we have kari hall, our meteorologist, to fill us in on how windy it will get out here. >> still gusty, winds coming in around byron at 22 miles an hour. a few shifts from the wind direction from the west as we do through the rest of the day. our conditions are favorable because of now. may turn more favorable as the day goes on. as temperatures warm up, we'll be in the 60s by the afternoon. an update on the commute. >> a lighter volume around the bay, south bay kicking in now and recovering in the peninsula. it's northbound 28 towards edgewood road. right lanes have been cleared actually from the crash and that is good news quickly recovered from farm hill boulevard. there's the bay bridge toll plaza. notice fasttrack lanes are visibly moving. lighter back-up, there is a
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back-up off the berkeley curve. back to you. >> all right. busy out there. i'll be back with another update in half an hour. see you then. we all know guys like gavin.
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we're back now. 7:30. thursday morning. it's the 31st of may, 2018. now, you're probably thinking, what, just another regular traffic jam? oh, no. no, no, no. that traffic jam is caused by four peacocks. perhaps heading here to the peacock network. they were birds that escaped from the philadelphia zoo on wednesday evening. caused a real backup as police were trying to capture them. >> they were surrounded at one point. one of the peacocks managed to fly off. this update at 7:30 on this thursday morning, the peacocks are still on the loose. i repeat, the peacocks are still on the loose. >> where is roker with a bad pun when you need it? >> we'll bring it to you in living color.
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>> by the way, we promise we'll keep our eyes out for that. with that said, let's get a check of the headlines with the high-stake meetings with north korean officials. dinner diplomacy? secretary of state mike pompeo meets with the senior north korean official in new york ahead of key meetings later today, aimed at salvaging the historic summit between kim jong-un and president trump. indicted. harvey weinstein formally charged with two counts of rape and one count of a criminal sexual act by a new york grand jury. the disgraced movie mogul facing more than five decades in prison if convicted. >> harvey, are you guilty? nyet so fast. a russian journalist appears at a press conference a day after being reported murdered, admitting to staging his own death in a sting operation, and apologizing to his wife who was left in the dark. sears fears. sears reveals it is closing 70
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stores after a first quarter loss. and to the rescue. >> keep oncoming. >> a youth football team in oregon helps a car flipped over in the road. using their combined strength to lift the vehicle and save a woman stuck inside. today, thursday, may 31st, 2018. now, that is teamwork, that team, wow. a new tape from a police body cam, showing the violent memorial day arrest at the jersey shore. sheinelle jones is here with more. >> this is an arrest gone viral. the video we all saw appears to show a beachgoer, suspected of underage drinking, pinned down by new jersey police officers and punched multiple times. the wildwood police department is releasing three more body cam videos of the incident as part of their investigation. >> reporter: this morning, dramatic police bodycam videos
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of a struggle in the sand. >> nour nyou're not allowed to and choke me like that. >> reporter: 20-year-old emily wineman held down and punched at wildwood beach on saturday. >> stop resisting. >> reporter: police releasing their footage after this video taken by a bystander went viral. witnesses pleading with her not to resist, before the officer starts swinging. the first body cam video shows how the confrontation began, with officers questioning wineman and her question about underage drinking before considering breathalyzer tests. >> i didn't take a drink of anything. >> reporter: wineman telling the officers, her aunt is with them, before she steps away. >> grab her real quick. we'll have them pour it out. >> reporter: as the officer puts away the breathalyzer, he ends the recording. according to police, the officer re-activates his body cam when the incident escalates. >> 18-month-old daughter over there. >> you're not cooperating. what is your last name? >> you don't need my last name.
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>> i'm done with you. >> reporter: as wineman walks away, officers pursue. >> don't touch me. >> you're about to get dropped. >> reporter: according to police, the camera shuts off when wineman forcibly struck the officer in the torso. then, police say, the camera was re-activated during the struggle. >> i cannot breathe! >> i'm not choking. >> yes, you [ bleep ] are. get the [ bleep ] off me! >> that's it. >> i'm not resisting. >> whoa, whoa, whoa, stop! what are you doing? >> reporter: as she is cuffed, wineman spits at an officer, before she is led away and charged, including multiple counts of aggravated assault on a police officer. wineman's attorney speaking out. >> they used excessive force, and they overreacted to the situation. >> reporter: the three officers involved are on administrative leave pending the outcome of the police department's internal investigation. >> in a new statement overnight, wineman's attorney saying they plan to vigorously defend every charge. adding, quote, the officers
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int exercised poor judgment likely due to poor supervision. >> her kid was there? >> she said it. you don't see it. >> this is about underaged drinking. all of this is a result of that. >> of that, yeah. we'll follow it for sure. >> sheinelle, thanks. let us get a check of the weather. hi, al. >> tomorrow begins hurricane season. we have post tropical cyclone alberto making its way up into canada. 20 miles south/southwest of michigan. this stays a tropical system all the way from the gulf into canada. worried about this year rapid intensification. 79% of major hurricanes intensify rapidly. wind speeds increase of at least 35 miles per hour in 24 hours. that's projected to be happening more and more as the climate warms and we see warmer waters in the ocean, providing more energy. 2017, harvey went from a
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category 1 to category 4 in 45 hours. irma, made it to a cat 5 in 24 hours. maria, cat 1 to cat 5 in 24 hours. a 75 mile an hour increase in 24 hours. that is extremely dangerous. doesn't give people time to prepare and get ready. as you can see, every year since 1980, we've seen an increase in these rapidly-intensifying hurricanes. will we see that in 2018? time will tell. we're going to continue to track it. we have a much cooler day across the bay area with breezy winds. we'll see partly cloudy skies and only reaching upper 50s for san francisco and the coast. north bay up to 72 in santa rosa, 71 in concord. livermore 66 and windy, 67 in san jose as well as 67 in palo alto.
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then tomorrow our warming trend begins. it's going to go way up in time for the weekend. saturday expect a high of 93 degrees inland and gradually cooling early next week. >> that. savannah? >> al, thank you so much. now toro s roseanne barr, w twitter tweets have continued. >> her ex-husband, tom arnold, is speaking to us in a morning show exclusive. natalie morales has the latest on all of this. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, guys. the financial fallout, the latest headline here, with stars of the show taking a close look at their contracts. sources telling the "hollywood reporter" that some of the cast members are expecting to cash in on their $350,000 per episode paychecks for the now cancelled season. but how the rest of the staff will fair is still unclear, as new details emerge about how they learned of the show's cancellation. >> i would rather say nothing. >> yeah? >> than to cause more trouble.
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>> reporter: john goodman speaking out for the first time about the roseanne controversy. >> no comment at all about any twitter or anything? >> no. i don't know anything about it. >> where'd all the real men go? >> they're hiding for all the real women. >> reporter: it comes as roseanne barr's real-life drama is playing out or twitter. i'm not a racist. i never was. i never will be. one stupid joke after a lifetime of fighting for all minorities. adding, you guys make me feel like fighting back. president trump weighing in, reacting to this. >> bo iger, ceo of disney, called me before the announcement. he apologized. >> reporter: the president took to twitter to air grievances over his perceived attacks from abc, pointing out, iger never called him to apologize for the horrible statements made and said about him on abc. maybe i just didn't get the call. the white house clarifying, the president was simply calling out media bias. >> no one is defending what she
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said. >> reporter: there are others standing up for the disgraced star. comedian jimmy kimmel, no stranger to his own politically charged situations, he said attacking a woman who is obviously not well does no good for anyone. please take a breath and remember that mental health issues are real. his message retweeted by barr's estranged ex-husband, tom arnold. >> 100%, it was going to happen. look at roseanne's social media in this moment. she's doubled and tripled down. somebody needs to stop it right now. >> reporter: barr has spoken publicly about her battle with bipolar disorder and mental illness. in 2011, wrote, behind the scenes drama during the first season of "roseanne" caused her first nervous breakdown. in a now deleted tweet, barr said she wrote about jarrett after taking ambien. the manufacturer of the drug
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saying, racism is not a known side effect of any of their medications. hours after the show was cancelled, barr tweeted apologizes to the cast and crew. abc president sherwood apologized to the staff, praising them, writing, he hopes to find another way to work together down the road. >> what's next for roseanne, natalie? has she given any indication as to what her future looks like? >> reporter: so far, the only reactions are what we're seeing online. she continued a string of tweets and retweets overnight. some apologetic. some defensive. some praising her cast members. she's also retweeting messages of support, accusations of double standards and people mourning the loss of her show. interesting, even a former trump campaign aide has told nbc news that he wants to offer roseanne on a yet-to-be-launched streaming service. the question is, could there be a spin-off of the show in some
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way with the other cast members? i guess we'll have to wait and see. there is some talk of that, as well, guys. >> natalie, thank you so much. coming up, big, new changes over when you should get your first screening for colon cancer. then the new business of beauty. why your favorite store is giving the makeup counter a makeover. maria shriver is here. she wants you to move your body and your mind. what we can start doing today to reduce the risk of alzheimer's. for the first time, this brave woman is sharing her emotional story about what really happened when bill cosby assaulted her. assaulted her. that's man: it takes a lot of work to run this business, but i really love it. i'm on the move all day long, and sometimes i don't eat the way i should. so i drink boost to get the nutrition i'm missing. boost high protein now has 33% more protein, along with 26 essential vitamins and minerals. and it has a guaranteed great taste. man: boost gives me everything i need to be up for doing what i love.
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it's been a long journey for andrea constand. in april, a second criminal trial ended with a verdict. bill cosby was found guilty on three counts of aggravated indecent assault, as you probably know. while that felt like a victory for some 60 women who have now made allegations against the comedian, the criminal case all centered on the events of one night and one woman. >> reporter: for 13 years, andrea constand hasn't spoken publicly about the night bill cosby assaulted her. in 2004, she was operations manager for the temple university women's basketball program. he was a famous temple alum and supporter. at the time, she was anxious about making a career change and says cosby invited her to his home to discuss her plans. for months, he had been mentoring her. she later testified in court that cosby offered her something to help her relax. >> he had three blue pills in his hand. >> reporter: three blue pills? >> he put his hand out, and i said, what are those? he said, they'll help you relax.
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i said, are they natural? are they a herbal remedy? he said, they're your friends. put them down. >> they're your friends? >> just put them down. >> reporter: swallow? >> i get some water, and i swallow the pills down. >> reporter: why do you do that? >> i took them because i trusted that they would maybe just help me feel a little more relaxed. >> reporter: you trusted him? >> yes, i did. yes, i did. >> reporter: as andrea testified in court, within a half hour, she started slurring her words and could no longer walk. cosby helped her to a couch, she says, and assaulted her. what is your mind saying? >> my mind is saying, move your hands. kick. can you do anything? i don't want this. why is this person doing this? and me not being able to react in any specific way. i was limp. i was a limp noodle. >> reporter: andrea's mother has trouble hearing it, even now. did he say anything?
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>> no. no, he said nothing. that i could recall. i was in and out of consciousness. >> reporter: you don't remember being able to speak? >> inside, i was so -- i was crying out inside, in my throat, in my mind, for this to stop. i couldn't do anything. >> reporter: andrea says she woke up hours later and knew what had happened. like many survivors, she felt ashamed and didn't tell anyone, because she thought no one would believe that bill cosby, dr. huxtab huxtable, would do such a thing. >> you really feel her helplessness when she is describing what it felt like. all these years later, you still feel that emotion. >> yeah, and the details. after she woke up, she described to me that he brought her breakfa breakfast. he brought a cup of tea and a muffin. she's trying to process what just happened. she drives herself home, takes a shower, had a good cry in the shower, and then she went to work. >> did she eventually tell anybody? >> she did eventually, a fter a
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year. she sat with it. she felt, as so many women who are victims of assault do, she felt shame. she felt like no one would believe her. she said, it was dr. huxtable. who is going to think that could have happened? she then told her mother, which we'll get into tomorrow morning. >> wow. >> as we know, bill cosby is appearing the verdict. i know you reached out, trying to interview him, as well. >> we did. cosby's attorneys declined any comment for our report. >> kate, you'll have a lot more on "dateline" tomorrow night at 10:00/9:00 central, here on nbc. coming up on "today," rossen reports. buyer beware. a warning if you're looking to buy a new car. buy a new car. why hurricane-ravaged ways to lthe northern belly fat. percussion massage. not cool. freezing away fat cells with coolsculpting? now that's cool. coolsculpting safely freezes and removes fat cells.
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good morning, i'm meteorologist kari hall. right now it's 7:56. we're seeing partly cloudy skies as we take a look outside in dublin. cooler days with inland areas nice and comfortable. concord a high of 71, 63 inch oakland. cool for the coast, gust yry wi. inland areas, low 70s and low 80s tomorrow. then we'll be up to 90 on saturday with gradual cooldown early next week. let's get an update on the commute with mike. >> a light flow, you see slower drives. not as bad as often on thursday. highway 4, another crash willow pass, slows you down towards bay point. that looks like it cleared from lanes. slow across san mateo bridge, crash at 101 and 92.
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highrise moves better, recovery there. look, we have a good move over at the bay bridge. over to you. >> thanks so much, kari and mike. 7:56. firefighters in the last few minutes just issued an update on the brush fire that overnight destroyed a home. it's burning along byron highway. firefighters say the flames have scorched about 500 acres. it is 80% contained. on twitter feed we're posting new updates as soon as we get them. oracle arena sure to be rocking tonight. they start the final series against the cavs. more warriors coverage, see why dubs can go where no modern era team has ever gone before.
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it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, new guidelines. the american cancer society issues a medical warning this morning, urging people to get screened for colorectal cancer at a much earlier age. what you need to know before your next check-up ♪ you light up my world like nobody else ♪ banking on the beauty spot. >> should we try an eye shadow? >> sure. absolutely. >> let's do something really crazy. a blue? >> let's go with blue. >> whoa. >> how retailers are changing the game to get customers back to the counter. and talk about girl power. ♪ girls like you go around with guys like me ♪ >> star after star joins adam levine in his new music video. it's the sweet ending that has
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people talking today thursday, may 31st, 2018. ♪ >> i'm celebrating my 17th bit day with savannah and hoda. >> i'm 75 today. ♪ >> we are on a family vacation from cincinnati, ohio. >> thank you for letting us join your show. >> i had my picture taken with hoda. >> now it's my turn. >> oh, i'm going to take care of you. trust me we'll be outside. appreciate you being with us on this thursday morning, the last day of may. >> i know. >> don't forget, send your videos in. maybe you'll see yourself. >> very cool. >> they are doing a great job.
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>> sweet babies will get you on tv. we have a lot going on. we'll get to your news at 8:00. a full day of meetings planned today in new york city. they are trying to salvage a nuclear summit. meetings got underway last night as mike pompeo had dinner with one of the leaders closest aids. he is the highest ranging official in nearly two decades. heavy rain from alberto being blamed for a deadly explosion. officials from north carolina say a mud slide ruptured a gas line blowing up a house and killing two people. flood waters have reached levels not seen in more than a decade. the governor declared a state of emergency. officials determined that an earlier landslide did not weaken the structure. thousands of people have been
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allowed to return to their homes. >> all right. now to a very important new medical warning. colon cancer rates are on the rise among younger people with those born in the 1980s and 90s. >> for the first time american cancer society says americans should begin screening at age 45. we have board certified gastro entologist. this is especially close to me. 40-year-old brother diagnosed with stage four colon cancer. some have been told 45 before but now the cancer society is saying across the board, 45. this is a big deal. why the change? >> it is a huge deal. so many millions of americans will be effected by this. we are seeing in our practices an increase in the incidents of colon cancer in younger people. the data is supporting that so much so that the american cancer
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society reviewed all of the data and did simulation models and found there would be a benefit for screening people earlier at the age of 45 instead of 50. i am 46. it makes sense to get screened earlier. younger people are getting it and a more deadly form of the disease. >> it got my attention too. obviously it is so you never get to the point of symptoms. what should people be looking out for? >> abdompeople get scared of th preps but people are changing over the years. it is less invasive, if you will. >> yes. the preparation is what people dread the most. the diet isn't as restrictive. and the bottom line is it's
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bett better than getting colon cancer. >> do we know why? squl there are theories it bha the increase in obesity, more of a sedden tear lifestyle. you want to be exercising, having more of a plant based diet and you want to be a healthy weight. >> okay. thank you much. we have a lot more. for a little morning boost? >> give it to us. >> 8-year-old maurice adams jr. was driving with his mom in georgia when he decided he was going to make someone's day a little better. he got out of the car. he was helping a woman struggling to get up the stairs on her walker. he took the time, very patient. maurice offers encouragement before each step. when they reached the top, you'll see that he is rewarded with a hug. the man who posted this online captured the video, thank god for our youth. congratulations to maurice's
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mom, who must be very, very proud of that young man. we should get him to the show. >> what a sweet little boy. >> those things happen every day. i think sometimes, we forget. every day, those things are happening all over. >> we love when people do good things when they think nobody is watching. doing them anyway. >> absolutely. coming up, this is going to be good. from magic mirrors to face gyms. how the beauty business is changing. retail stores are trying to lure customers back in new ways. plus, a warning for anyone in the market for a car. >> hi. good morning. i'm jeff rossen. consumer alert for anyone buying a car. this one looks great from the outside. actually, from the inside, too. actually, from the inside, too. experts say it is a ticking time 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™,
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the surface laptop has already made me more productive. i'm creating mood boards. i'm editing content. or i'm running around new york with a huge bouquet of balloons. so having a light laptop is a game changer. plus the battery life on the surface lives forever. my blog is sometimes about fashion, sometimes about sprinkles. it's usually always about color. find what makes you different, because that sets you apart from everyone else. this morning on rossen reports, an important buyer beware about used cars. dangerous vehicles are slipping through the cracks and onto the open market. they're being sold to unsuspecting customers. >> scariest part, they may look just like new. jeff rossen has the warning for us. >> reporter: good morning. we're talking about flood cars. vehicles that have been through awful storms, submerged in water, then resold like nothing is wrong.
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this morning, a new warning from the national insurance crime bureau. it is timely, too. hurricane season officially kicks off tomorrow. we're already seeing devastating storms like this one in maryland, where six inches of rain fell in two hours. then, of course, there is alberto we've been reporting on ravaging florida and traveling all the way up the coast to north carolina, causing flash floods there. this ridsing water posing a hidden danger to cars long after the storms. major mechanical failures that can cause accidents. those cars then sold on the open market, and the owners never tell you. this morning, the tips you need to protect yourself. the images tell the story. cars floating in treacherous floodwaters. last year's storms were especially devastating. during hurricane harvey and hurricane irma, over 637,000 cars were damaged, engulfed by water. some of those cars ended up here in this flooded car graveyard.
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just how many? let's show you. we have our nbc drone up. we're going to bring you up and give you some perspective. believe it or not, this is just a fraction of the flooded out cars from hurricane harvey and hurricane irma. these are only the people that turned their cars into their insurance companies. around here, over 60% of the people don't have any car insurance. experts say they could try to resell these flooded cars on the open market across the country without ever telling you there's a problem. >> obviously from all the dirt and debris, this car has been in a major flood. somebody could come along and for a couple thousand dollars, clean it up and sell it to an unsuspecting driver. everything is great intiuntil t electronics go off. this man bought this 2012 chevy silverado for $14,000 from a licensed dealership in texas. the truck looks pretty good from the outside. >> yeah, really good.
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almost brand-new. >> reporter: tires look new. >> yup. >> reporter: no sign of water damage. >> these look pretty good. brand-new almost. >> reporter: this is something you'd see on any car lot. let's see inside. i'm curious. it doesn't smell musty or like anything bad. >> yeah. it smells good. >> reporter: the upholstery is fine. actually, it looks new for a used car. did you test drive this before you bought it? >> yeah. test drove it. road nice and smooth. >> reporter: no red flags? >> no red flags. >> reporter: soon, he realized something was wrong. >> these automatic locks don't work. i took it to a mechanic after that. >> reporter: that's when it unravelled. >> went downhill from there. >> reporter: he called our nbc affiliate in houston. >> show me. >> reporter: the station brought the car to two independent mechanics for a full inspection. >> this has been spray painted. this was probably all rusted out, and they tried to cover it up. >> this is wet.
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it's damp. >> reporter: the national insurance crime bureau ran the vin number and, turns out, this car was in florida during hurricane irma. this car was in a storm in florida and ended up here. >> yeah. it ended up in texas somehow. >> reporter: this could impact anybody across the country buying a car right now. >> it could happen to anybody. >> reporter: how can you tell if you're buying a flood car? experts say there are telltale signs. >> be on the lookout for condensation. >> reporter: in the lights? >> it's had water in there, yeah. >> reporter: he says there are other clues, too, that a car was underwater. like rust or corrosion on the engine. brand-new upholstery in a used car. or sand and dirt in unusual places. like deep under the seats. too late for kenton, now stuck with this. you don't drive this car, do you? >> i don't drive it ever. it's too dangerous. >> reporter: after i spoke with kenton, i went to the dealership that sold him the car. the manager says they want to do the right thing. the dealership sent an inspector
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to examine the car. despite what the independent mechanics found, saying it was a flood car, the dealership says they found no evidence of flood damage and hasn't refunded his money. kenton telling us he is planning on taking the dealership to court. >> that stinks. >> thanks, stepjeff. how about a check of the weather? >> hopefully your car didn't get flooded out. we are watching strong storms out of nebraska, heading into missouri and oklahoma. in fact, we have a risk from the dakotas. also, enhanced risk stretching from missouri all the way into parts of indiana and kentucky, as well. as this system pushes to the east, we have abundant moisture streaming up from the gulf. there is an isolated risk of flooding, tornadoes possible, but mostly strong storms with this front. we're looking from areas in the northeast all the way to the ohio river valley, with flood watches until 2:00 a.m. friday, including baltimore and
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good morning, i'm kari hall. we have beautiful weather on tap today with inland areas in the 60s and 70s. 71 today in concord. also 71 in napa. cool and breezy in san francisco. highs in upper 50s. inland areas around 70 degrees, and 80 tomorrow. highs near 93 on saturday and it will cool back down next week. 69 on saturday. >> that is your latest weather. . now to today's talker. the changing landscape in the beauty business. here in new york city, saks fifth avenue's store is chasing a bigger chunk of the makeup industry by turning their second floor into an experience. there is only one woman who was up for the job, the beauty experience. jenna bush hager.
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>> poor me. we all know the makeup counters. free samples, perfume spray. they're spread out on the ground floor. with the face of retail shifting, saks fifth avenue made over the generational model, calling it the future of beauty. >> reporter: how are you? >> welcome to the beauty floor. >> reporter: this is beautiful. the business of beauty is getting a makeover with stores like saks fifth avenue in new york city revamping its retail space to stay more relevant. for moving makeup counters off the ground floor to going high-tech, it is counting on luxury experiences to lure in loyal consumers. lips are red. including what they're calling magic mirrors, where you can virtually try on everything from foundation to eye shadows. try an eye shadow. >> sure, absolutely. >> reporter: let's do something really crazy. a blue? >> let's go with blue. >> reporter: whoa. you're my trainer? >> i am. >> reporter: another experience? the first u.s.-based face gym. >> face gym is about working out the muscles in the face.
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the face has 40 muscles. you don't work them out like you do in your body every day. face gym really helps you get the tighter look on your face. >> reporter: i'm ready to get my face into bikini weather. or one piece. this perfume bar allows you to custom make your very own scent, which i had to try. >> there we go. >> reporter: i've never felt so fancy. at a time when many headlines suggest retail is dead, with popular cosmetic shops like sephora and ulta beauty, and the convenience of online shopping, saks fifth avenue spent $25 million on renovating the store. when you hear headlines like, retail is dead, online shopping has taken over, do you think this is the answer? >> i think you have to make something big to make it different and bring customers in. i walk in here. i feel you've never seen it before. that makes us a destination.
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i think that's what gets people off the couch and out the door and into retail again. >> reporter: will betting on beauty pay off? >> in the past, department stores have concentrated on apparel. having an entire floor dedicated to beauty could pose a little bit of risk. however, the beauty industry is a $445 billion industry. >> reporter: in fact, a recent survey suggests millenials actually prefer shopping in stores rather than online. not because of the products or prices but for the extras. saks is banking on its 32,000 square foot space with 15 spa rooms to get a bigger piece of the booming industry. it's not alone. macy's updated its beauty counters, adding new displays where customers can try out products. target also getting in on the trend by adding beauty experts to many of its stores. it's a big gamble, but saks is hoping its massive makeup makeover will help keep up with the changing face of retail.
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one digital lipstick at a time. even if a little dramatic. >> look at that. >> reporter: a little goth. >> i love it. >> reporter: you like it? >> we're all going. >> that goth lipstick i should have bought for you. >> i want to be goth. >> i'll go back. i made my own perfume, which i never felt more like j.lo. one day of my life. >> describe the smell in one word. >> hint of vanilla and some floral scents. >> more than one word. >> they were like, do you like this? >> while we're smelling, can you tell us about the face -- >> it's stronger than i remember. >> you're a strong woman. >> the face massage lookedcanna. i'm kidding. just a joke. >> i can smell that from here. >> my face is sore today. >> is it? >> a little sore. >> from working it out? >> yeah. >> smells like tequila. >> we know you're coming into the room if you wear that. >> is it too strong? >> i love it. smell it. >> does smell good. >> spray that and bugs just
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disappear. we have to get to pop start. >> time for mr. daly. >> raid! >> there's the one word. >> there is a trail of ants. all right. i have 100 pounds of pop start. >> go, go. >> we must move on. >> okay. >> we're going to start with howard stern. the radio deejay sat down with david letterman and opened up about a time in his life when he was mad at everybody, including letterman. here's a look. >> it smells good. >> i was just a young man full of rage. i was angry. i was angry with you, that you were on television. that you had an audience. there was no rhyme or reason to it. i could not love anyone. i couldn't respect anyone. i just thought, this was who i was. i think through psychotherapy, i started to fall in love with life a little bit. i started to appreciate what was good. one of those things was my
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relationship with you. that i could appreciate what you had done for me. i had betrayed your trust. >> saying with the help of psychotherapy and his wife, stern was able to apologize to some of the people he hurt, including letterman. stunning episode. it is excellent. that full episode of "my next guest needs no introduction," is available on netflix. last week, rumors were swirling. davidson confirmed the news, sharing this photo of him and grande on one social media platform with, the chamber of secrets has been opened. that is a harry potter reference. they're in hogwarts school robes. pregnancy news. singer, model, actress neilson announced she is pregnant with her fifth child with her husband. h sharing news the family is
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getting larger. first child together. huge congrats to them. new music from maroon 5. have a feeling you'll like it. it's for "girls like me." adam levine packed the video with some of the strongest women around. here's a sneak peek. ♪ girls like you and guys like me ♪ ♪ girls like you ♪ when i come through, honey, girls like you, yeah ♪ ♪ yeah, yeah, yeah ♪ yeah, yeah, yeah ♪ i need a girl like you, yeah, yeah, yeah ♪ >> sorry, they named the track "girls like you." >> i can't stop. >> j.lo, mary j. adam including activists, authors. cardi b is on the track. saved the best for last. there's his wife and their daughter, dusty rose. >> i literally got chills. >> isn't that cool? fun fact, dusty rose was named
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by ellen degeneres, who helped them pick that name. ellen is also featured in the video. go to to see it all. >> really great. finally, the glasses for this one. cue the music, everybody. tom cruise has given -- i can't see the teleprompter. a sneak peek to the sequel to "top gun." did anybody know about this? posting this picture on twitter yesterday. sharing a photo from the first day of production. boy, do we feel the need, the need for more. maverick cruise stepping back into the role of maverick mitchell, working as a fighter pilot in the age of drone technology. hopefully he'll share more photos soon. i went to the arrow theater in santa monica in the summer of 1986 and watched a double picture of "top gun" and "desperately seeking susan." they were both playing 25 times. i'm so excited. >> love that. >> i've never seen "top gun."
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>> what? >> you? >> no. >> you've seen everything. >> wow. >> watch it tonight. >> i have to watch it. i )m ... our breaking news: firefighters a short time ago updated the brush fire in good morning, it is 8:26. firefighter as short time ago updated a brush fire in byron that destroyed a home. it is about 80% contained and firefighters don't expect it to be fully contained until some time tonight. they are scheduling a 10:00 a.m. update. a woman's body was discovered in a stairwell. ruby lee anderson walked away from the behavioral health center more than a week ago. right now looking at your traffic this morning. >> starting in the south bay.
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just past the downtown exit there is a slow down and 880, the crash cleared to the shoulder now, recovery north of 280. there was never much of a problem, not much of the bay having a problem. a line of volume all around your commute this morning. we're looking at northbound 880 where the volume is really building toward the coliseum. no major problems. back to you. thank you, mike. we'll have another update for you in 30 minutes.
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when the worst oil spill hit san francisco, first responders went to work. and mayor gavin newsom, he went to hawaii. man: newsome left the day after the spill for a four-day vacation in hawaii. the same gavin who said his job as lieutenant governor was so dull, he only showed up for work at the state capitol one day a week, tops. gavin's not gonna work as governor.
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8:30 now. it's a thursday morning. 31st of may, 2018. what a beautiful day out on our plaza. what a fabulous crowd. we have some great folks out here. everybody is in a great mood. >> just 24 hours from this moment, 24 hours from right now, you guys, guess who is going to be here. >> who? >> superstar shawn mendes. he'll take the stage right here on our plaza. he's got a new album.
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it is flying up the charts. come on down to the party. shawn mendes live tomorrow on the plaza. i think i have a cool crowd moment. ella and victoria. where are ella and victoria? well, hello, sweet girl. how are you? >> good. >> you have a lot to celebrate. you're celebrating your sweet -- >> 14. >> 50 hours of volunteer work, volleyball district champs, soon to be a freshman, straight as. you are her mom? >> yeah. >> we heard you like shawn mendes, do you? sure you do? i have for you two vip passes to shawn mendes for tomorrow. >> whew! >> can you come together? >> yeah! >> yes! >> mom is a lot more excited. >> we'll see you tomorrow. awesome. thank you. >> that's a birthday gift. >> how about that, baby? happy birthday to you. >> shawn mendes' career is on a
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meteoric rise. there is a day you'll say, i can't believe i saw him on the plaza on the "today" show. we have anne hathaway here to tell us how good it felt to play bad in her heist movie "oceans 8." someone in this country is diagnosed with alzheimer's nearly every minute. maria shriver has tips on what we can start doing today to reduce the risk. if you have a soccer fan anywhere in the world, chances are, you know our next guest and his voice well. >> this legendary voice injected life into the sport. all it took was a very loud word. >> reporter: it is the sound synonymous with soccer. >> goal! >> reporter: soccer fans all over the world have been treated
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to the undeniable passion and signature bellow of sports caster andres cantore for the last three decades. during his career, he's won five emmys, called six olympic games, and even got the hollywood treatment. >> i have no control! >> reporter: his punctuated play-by-play coverage still going with the 2018 world cup days away. >> he joins us here. what was the inspiration behind the basically, the passion we have for soccer. it is life or death to us. it is a religion. we can't wait for the world cup to start and live it with so much passion in español. >> did you know the first time you say "goal" the way you do, you'd hit something? >> no. that's the way we call it in latin america. i popularized it in the u.s. >> how do you feel about the world cup? we're a few weeks from the
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start. >> two weeks away. it'll be a wonderful world cup. russia is a great place to visit. hopefully everything will be okay. i think it'll be between spain, germany, argentina, france and brazil. for me, it's the candidates to win it all. >> you can't leave the plaza without giving us one. >> please. >> i need help. i need to save my pipes for two weeks. >> for sure. >> help him out. >> ready. >> to carson, to savannah, al, you're going to score. al, al, goal! >> whew! >> that felt good. >> man. >> two weeks away. >> are you up to helping me do the weather? >> of course. as far as your weather is concerned, this is the world cup outlook in moscow. here's what we expect. the average high is about 73.
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i guess saudi arabia versus russia. >> that's the opening match, june 14th on telemundo, yes. >> record high usually at that time. 91. the record low, 43 degrees. all in all, looks like it should stay fairly mild. >> it should be nice weather. i was there last summer. it wasn't that hot. >> how would you call a touchdown in american football? what would you say? >> touchdown! >> >> good morning, i'm meteorologist kari hall. we have a mix and sun and clouds today. hotter tomorrow, highs in the low 90s as we head into the weekend now. the 90s will last a couple days and then it cools off. 65 tomorrow and close to 70 for the weekend. next week expect highs in the 60s with partly cloudy skies and still gusty winds.
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>> that's the latest andres, thank you so much, sir. you can catch andres and his famous goal call during telemundo's 2018 world cup coverage, starting june 14th. guys? >> al, thank you so much. yesterday, we watched megyn try the monster truck. today, she has something else cooking. we call it the great escape. what do you have cooking? >> this is part of our series called "try this today." something new, right? it's called, escape the room. the odds are, you have one of these facilities some place near you. i grabbed three of my most loyal audience members. they've come every day since we launched the show, along with our producer, alex, to try out -- >> alex went, too? >> alex went, too. this is one of the hottest interactive games in town. you are one hour to figure out how to literally escape the room. watch. >> add. add ten to what?
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>> to -- >> 6:15. >> here. >> oh, okay. >> oops. >> look, it's moving, right there. >> yes. >> move it to 6:25, right? >> i think so. >> yeah! >> another room. another room. whoo h yes. >> did you get out in time is the question. >> how fast? >> we got out of that room. what was waiting for us on the other side was probably the biggest shock of the morning. i have to tell you -- >> what? >> -- it is experiencing what human beings do under stress. do you turn on each other? do you walk cooperatively? does anyone else get the clues while others wander aimlessly? after you see this, the guy who came up with the concept said a famous singer, whose name you'd know, rented out the place for her husband's birthday. they had eight rooms here in new
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york at this one place. >> was it j. llo? >> it wasn't but someone as famous. >> we know you got out of the room because you're here now. >> i lived. >> megyn, thank you. coming up next, everybody is looking forward to "oceans 8." we cannot wait. guess what? one of the stars is here in our studio. >> well, hello. >> nice to have you with us. >> thank you very much. >> first, this is "today" on nbc.
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we are back now. 8:40. oscar winner anne hathaway is part of the all-star cast of "oceans 8." she plays a celebrity whose priceless necklace is the target of a heist at the annual met gala. take a look. >> penelope stern. is she old enough to go to the met? >> i think so.
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>> who is dressing her anyway? >> i think page six. >> i never met with her. you said i met with everybody. >> you said she was a relic. >> i meant iconic. >> you want me to set up a meeting? >> you want me to set up a meeting? yes. >> oh, my gosh, i love you in this movie. >> thank you. >> anne hathaway is with us. good morning. >> congratulations sitting so casually. i haven't figured it out. >> we have long legs, and these are not good for girls like us. >> i'm blocking the camera. anyway, we're working on sitting and it is a successful morning. >> so far, we're doing great. >> so well. >> can we talk about the cast? sandra bullock. cate blanchett. mindy kaling. rihanna. helena bonham carter. among others. >> did you say rihanna? >> of course. what was it like, looking around at this incredible bunch of strong women? >> it was incredible. i didn't want to miss a minute of it. normally, if i worked with
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people i've admired, like these women, in the past, i maybe would have felt like, oh, i don't want to annoy anybody. i don't want to make too much of a fuss. i don't want to make the wrong inpresentati impression. this one, i wanted to take in the view and not miss a minute. i was like, you know, what if you could be friends with them? what if you were enough today? i let it be that. >> a lot of people might look at the cast and say, these are strong, powerful women. they all have egos. they all have -- >> oh. >> but that was not how this played out at all. >> it's been really amazing to watch kind of the way certain members of the media have wanted us to fight each other, and the way they wanted there to be competition, cat fights. we were all collaborating all the time. now, we're friends. it's just -- we genuinely love each other and we're there for each other. it is a beautiful thing. >> now, your character -- >> that's, i think, what female friendship is. that's what it has been in my
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life. i don't know why i thought it couldn't be that at work. i guess because i was fed this myth. i mean, we all have had an experience, and this proved it. >> i think you're right. sometimes the media wants to see a fight. i think any of us, savannah and myself included on this show, we actually like each other. we like working together. we cheer each other on. savannah and i sat down with a group of you, and we'll show it next week, but we saw that in action. you did become friends. your character is so funny. >> oh, my gosh. >> she's bad. >> so bad. >> did you love playing her? >> yes, i did. it was so much fun. it was so fun to play this ridiculous person who doesn't care about anybody else. >> over the top celeb. >> so over the top. >> did you pull from -- >> it was just so fun. what were you about to ask? >> did you pull from anywhere? >> no, no, i didn't. >> this is a makeup character? >> this is -- i've been in this business for close to 20 years. i've gotten to observe what
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people think celebrity is going to be like. i come from a very down-to-earth family. if i ever tried to pull any of this, they would have -- >> slapped you. it would have been over. >> something. you said something in "glamour" that i liked. you are gaining weight for a movie role and said, to the people who are going to fat shame me in the upcoming months, it's not me. it's you. you're gaining weight for a role. you wanted to kind of let people know, back off. >> it sounds kind of sad to say. i just wanted to be able to enjoy my summer and let everybody know that i'm living in my body and i'm happy with my body. if my body is dirchfferent than what you're used to or think it should be, that's yours. my experience is mine, and i'm loving it. >> have you ever been fat shamed in real life? do people say things to you? >> is that a real -- yes. >> yes? >> all the time. all the time. in kind of the ways where it is overt, and people say things to
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you. then there's, you know, micro ones. then there is -- one of my favorite things about what's happening in this moment is that a lot of us are looking at the language we use to choose, becoming more conscious about it. maybe someone thought it wasn't a big deal to say to a 16-year-old -- what happened to me -- congratulations, you got the part. you can't gain more weight. maybe they thought they were giving good advice. now, 20 years later, i'm able to say, i think that could have been done more consciously and loving. it left me feeling confused. i think we're all learning how to communicate. maybe not all of us. a lot of us are taking up this opportunity to become more conscious and more loving in the way we communicate with each other. more compassionate. >> this movie happens to hit -- >> not daphne. >> yeah. >> she's not that. >> this movie is hitting at the perfect time for women. we're so happy for you. >> thank you. >> thanks for coming to see us. >> so good to see you. we figured out how to sit.
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we relaxed into it. >> "oceans 8" hits theaters june 8th. next week, we'll have more with the cast. up next, maria shriver on why you should get up and move right now. not just for your body but for your brain. your brain. first, this is "today" on nbc. marshall tuck will change that. in california, 3 million kids can't read at grade level. tuck turned around struggling schools, raising graduation rates over 60%. marshall tuck for state superintendent. marshall tuck.
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marshall tuck. ithe race for governort. has turned into a scam. gavin newsom's trying to elect a republican who was endorsed by trump. and villaraigosa's being bankrolled by a handful of billionaires. it's everything that's wrong with politics. and none of it is helping struggling families. here's my pledge to you. i'll keep our budget balanced. invest in affordable housing. fight for universal healthcare. and stand up to donald trump. as governor, you can trust me to do what's right- because i always have.
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this morning on today wellness, reducing your chances of developing alzheimer's disease. >> something going on back here. more than 5.5 million people suffer from dementia in this country. while there is no cure yet, there is hope. maria shriver is here with important tips for us. >> movement. good morning. also, june is brain awareness month. most people think of alzheimer's as an old person's disease. doctors say it can start formulating in your brain as early as your 30s. now, we have a list of lifestyle changes that you can make today
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that experts say could cut your risk for this disease. >> reporter: every 65 seconds in this country, someone is diagnosed with alzheimer's. a disease that robs you of your memory and identity and kills more people than prostate and breast cancers combined. while there is no cure, experts say there are steps you can take right now that may reduce your risk. >> one out of three cases of alzheimer's may be preventable if that person does everything right. >> reporter: neurologist richard isaacson runs the country's first alzheimer's prevention clinic, treating younger people at risk for the disease decades before symptoms occur. in the past, people were focused on alzheimer's at the end of life. you're saying, millenials, focus on alzheimer's. >> yup. >> reporter: now. >> we have an amazing window to intervene. 20 to 30 years is amble time to make brain-healthy choices, to do something proactively to protect the brain. >> reporter: protective step number one, do regular,
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intensive exercise. >> exercise can protect against alzheimer's because it not only increases blood flow to the brain, but it loosens up the plaque that is stuck in the brain of someone with alzheimer alzheimer's. >> reporter: the best exercise is at least three hours of rigorous activity a week. ideally, 2/3 cardio, 1/3 strength training, depending on your body type. >> exercise absolutely is the number one thing a person can do on a regular basis to reduce their risk for alzheimer's disease. >> reporter: step number two, get at least 7 1/2 hours of quality sleep a night. that's when the brain can clean out those damaging plaques. >> just like work, like life, you have to approach sleep with a plan. turn off the electronics. no bright lights from the screens. no texting. no e-mails. have a quiet, dark room. clear your mind. >> reporter: step three, eat right and eat less.
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experts say the best brain diet is high in anti-inflammatory restorative foods, like leafy greens, whole fruits and vegetables, and good fats like olive oil and salmons. >> when people are eating processed foods and sugar, it'll be pressing the fast forward button on the plaque development in the brain. >> reporter: less food is more. consume under 2,100 calories a day. after dinner, try waiting at least 14 hours before you eat again. that leads to step number four. get your blood levels checked every year. >> having high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and diabetes is a way toward alzheimer's disease. we don't want to do that. we want to slam on the brakes. know your blood pressure. know your fasting blood sugar. know what your cholesterol is. >> reporter: acupuncture, daily meditation, even socializing and laughter can boost your brain. make sure work doesn't run you ragged. >> every 4 1/2 years of work
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stress adds an extra year of brain aging. work is stressful. maybe i need to do something differently. otherwise, i'll have bad outcomes on the brain. >> maria, we'll put our money where our mouth is. you have an effort called move for minds. >> we started move for minds with equinox sports clubs. it'll go throughout the month of june. this is exercising not just your body but also your brain. you have to remember what they're doing. >> what is happening here? this is more my speed. >> the key, this is social and exercising your brain. chess, card games. very important. we also know that socialization isolation increases chances of getting alzheimer's. this puts you in community and makes you remember things. we have to begin to think of our brain much like our triceps. they're things we can do. >> work it out. >> you have to challenge it, whether you're using computer games that also exercise it. we have a game for that. whether you're doing this
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exercise. >> my dad did a crossword puzzle every day. >> the other thing that is really important is some people think, this is hard. i want to give up. when you're challenging your brain, when it is hard, that's when your brain is getting in shape. >> this effort is going global. >> throughout the month, you can join us at four locations. you can raise money for brain research. particularly for women. women are 2/3 of the cases. we're trying to understand why that is. we want to get people moving. >> excellent work. maria shriver, thank you so much. head to we're back in a moment. thank you, folks. thank you, chess and card players. we're back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc. >> they're going more. get
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>> thai food. >> that's what smells so good in here. >> we're going to do that. jenna bush hager. what else do you need, honestly? >> sounds good. megyn kelly is up next. she'll do her escape the room, remember? >> i remember. >> we locked her in a closet. i )m - -... our breaking news: firefighters about an hour ago good morning, it is 8:56, our breaking news, firefighters an hour ago updated that fire in byron that destroyed a home overnight. the flames have burned about 500 acres. it is now 80% contained. they do not expect the fire to be fully contained until some time tonight. bob ridell will have a life
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update on our midday newscast. also at midday, a update to a disturbing story in san francisco. the body of a woman found in a stairwell of sf general. they will hold a news conference at 10:00 a.m. and the warriors facing the cavs in the nba finals. slips through the cracks. sure california's schools are the best in the country. every child in california has a fair shot. i'm tony thurmond, and i'll lead california's fight against donald trump and betsy devos's anti-education agenda. please vote for tony thurmond for state
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tomorrow: a new push in the south bay to build affordable units (on ( college campuses. and - veterans compete for a good cause. the goal of a big sports contest in the east bay. )today in the bay ) - 4:30 to . we all know guys like gavin.
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boasting. overselling his achievements. making false claims. as lieutenant governor, he skipped many of his duties, saying the job was "so dull," he only shows up to work at the state capitol "like one day a week, tops." the same gavin who, as mayor, "split town" during a massive oil spill and "jetted hawaii." gavin's...
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not gonna work... as governor. good morning, everybody. good morning. welcome to the show. thank you for joining us. i'm megyn kelly. roseanne barr cannot seem to stay off twitter or out of the headlines for that matter. this morning, there is a new development. as you may know, it all began with her posting a racist tweet about former obama adviser valerie jarrett. hours later, abc cancelled the number one show on abc. our west coast anchor, natalie morales, has all the twists and turns, including barr's ex-husband, tom arnold, speaking to us, and her tv husband, john goodman's, reaction to it all.


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