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where sharon follows the person with the sword that was reported. >> we'll continue to keep you yupt da updated on the social media platforms. we don't have a midday newscast but we'll see you tonight. >> bring it home, dubs. . good morning. breaking news, celebrity cheferchef anthony bourdain has died of an apparent suicide. he was found dead by a fellow friend and chef. we're live with the latest on the investigation and th tributes pouring in this morning. trump sounds off. the president speaking with reporters this morning as he heads to canada for the g-7 summit. taking aim at longtime allies canada and france. and making a big push for russia to be included. >> why are we having a meeting without russia being in the meeting? kim gets candid.
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kim kardashian west speaks for the first time about securing the prison release of a great grandmother. >> hearing her scream was like -- i know i'm going to cry so much when i see her. just to know that we changed one person's life. >> this morning, what she told the president and her message to critics who claim it was all a big publicity stunt. all that plus excessive force. >> they told you to sit down. >> new image and sound from the olent arrest of an unarmed man in arizona. over the line? an investigation launched in chicago after police place a 10-year-old boy in handcuffs. >> unbelievable, he's a kid. and all caps. >> score! >> the washington capitals defeat the vegas golden knights to win the team's first ever stanley cup.
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sending washington into a frenzy. today, friday, june 8, 2018. good morning, everybody. welcome to today. it's 7:00 a.m. on the west coast. it's a friday morning. we have willie along with us. hoda will join in a bit. some sad news starting us up. >> folks waking up to tragic news about anthony bobourdain. >> he has committed suicide, according to a statement by cnn. it's shocked the country and well beyond as he was very beloved. stephanie gosk is here with the latest. people are pouring in their tributes to him. and it's a shock. >> people are stunned, especially this week after we've been talking so much about kate spade having taken her own life. bourdain was 61. he was found dead in his hotel
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in france while filming an episode of his cnn show, parts unknown. his celebrity transcended the worlds of food, books and television. leaving behind a legacy. he was a modern day renaissance man. anthony bourdain, chef, tv host and storyteller. >> it's nice to know who we're talking about when we talk about places with really complex problems. some knowledge of who people are when they're sitting at home with their family eating. >> the news of his apparent suicide breaking this morning on cnn. >> best selling author, award winning host of parts unknown, and our friend, anthony bourdain has died. >> he burst onto the culinary scene with the release of his book kitchen confidential. it detailed bourdain's personal struggles with drug addiction.
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he spoke about it with willie last year. >> some delusional crackpots walked into the restaurant and offered me a tv show. >> first on the food network, then on cnn where he took the audience along for the ride touring, tasting and talking. among his dinner guests, president obama. >> all right, you're going to have to walk me through this. >> bourdain using his voice to support the me too movement. the star leaving behind an 11-year-old daughter. >> is she a tough critic of your cooking? >> she's brutal. i cannot get anything past her. no daddy, it's too salty. secretly i know, yeah. she caught me. every time. >> also left behind, a legacy. changing the way we view our food and our world. >> but you know, i'm curious about the world. if there are manageable risks in return for satisfying my
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curiosity about a place, i'm willing. >> reaction is pouring in this morning. including from fellow chefs like jamie oliver. he posted an instagram, that bourdain broke the mold, pushed the culinary conversation and was the most brilliant writer. chrissy teigen tweeted thank you for making food so exciting and always standing up for everything right. we also want to mention if you or a loved one in need of help, there are numbers you can call. the national suicide prevention lifeline. that interview, willie, it looked like it was a lot of fun to do. >> it was. it spoke of exactly the kind of guy he is. he wanted to go out for the interview, not to some restaurant that he owned or some other place. he wanted to walk up roosevelt avenue in jackson heights queens and stop at every food truck. he took me to his favorite korean barbecue place. he wants to get the feel of the place. when he travelled the world doing these stories, he taught
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us about the culture of the place. he didn't do it looking down his nose. he wanted us to know it was different and great. it was something we should know about. >> the food was the way in for him. he always was talking about so much more. he was talking about people. >> he was. >> he loved people. >> he had an incredible ability to talk to me. he could effortlessly talk to you. he could turn around and talk to anybody. he did it in the exact same way. it was accessible and endearing. >> it's a real loss. thank you so much. we'll have have a lot more throughout the morning. president trump had plenty to say as he left the white house for what's going to know a contentious g-7 summit in canada. the president plans on leaving early for his face to face with north korea's kim jong-un. kristin welker is in canada. >> reporter: president trump has spent this morning escalating his war of words with the very leaders he's going to meet with today.
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some of america's oldest and closest allies. before leaving, making headlines on a range of hot button topics. president trump speaking out before the g-7 summit. >> i may leave a little bit early. it depends on what happened here. >> reporter: on everything from tariffs. >> we have massive trade deficits with almost every country. >> reporter: to preparing for his meeting with kim jong-un. >> i've been preparing all my life. i always believe in preparation. but i've been preparing all my life. >> reporter: to pardons. >> i'm thinking about muhammad ali. in fact, we're doing right now recommendations. >> reporter: during the more than 20 minute off the cuff q&a with reporters, the president spoke out about reports breaking overnight that a long time staffer was arrested on charges of lying to investigators about leaking classified information. >> it's very interesting that they caught a leaker. and a very important -- it's a very important leaker.
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so it's very interesting. i'm getting information on it now. it happened last night. it could be a terrific thing. i know i believe strongly in freedom of the press. i'm a big, big believer in freedom of the press. i'm also a believer in classified information. has to remain classified. that includes comey and his band of thieves who leaked classified information all over the place. so i'm a very big believer in freedom of the press, but i'm also a believer that you cannot leak classified information. >> along with the debate over whether or not a president has the right to pardon himself. >> do you believe that you are above the law? >> no. no. i think you see the way i'm using them. yes, i do have an absolute right to pardon myself but i'll never have to do it because i didn't do anything wrong. >> reporter: and why the first lady isn't joining him. >> she's great, right there. she has to.
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she wanted to go. she can't fly for one month. the doctors say. she had a big operation, that was close to a four hour operation. >> reporter: all of it comes as the president is meeting face to face with leaders who have traditionally been friendly american allies. but this year, there will be unprecedented tensions after mr. trump imposed harsh new taxes on imports from their countries. the president deepening those rifts this morning by saying that russia should be invited back in. >> i would recommend -- it's up to them. but russia should be in the meeting. it should be a part of it. you know, whether you like it or not -- and it may not be politically correct -- but we have a world to run. and the g-7, which used to be the g-8 they threw russia out. they should let russia come back in. >> reporter: that's an idea that is sure to get a lot of attention.
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president trump set to meet with the prime minister of canada as well as the president of france. the two leaders, the bromance, seems to have ended. for his part, president trump heads to singapore tomorrow. willie and savannah? >> quite a kickoff. thank you. also this morning, we are learning more about a mysterious illness striking american diplomats in china. nbc's andrea mitchell joins us. >> reporter: the state department has evacuated some americans from china. today issuing an expanded health alert for all of china. u.s. officials fear they're the victims of targeted sound wave attacks. in an e-mail, an american diplomat tells nbc news he first noticed the unexplained symptoms
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last year. working at this u.s. consulate in china. he started hearing strange noises and getting headaches. now, he is one of several american staff and families the state department has evacuated. a health alert cites vague and abnormal sensations of sound and pressure. american diplomats now targeted in two countries. officials say the incidents in china appear to be the same syndrome that first struck 24 americans at the u.s. embassy in havana last year. where some suffered systems that were similar to brain injury. u.s. officials speculated cuba or russia could be behind the attacks in havana. china is also under suspicion. these latest attacks coming less than a week before president trump's nuclear summit with north korea. a close china ally. china may not have a seat at the negotiating table, u.s.
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officials tell nbc news they expect the chinese to spy on the historic meeting. sources say china could use a range of techniques, from recruiting waiters and other staff to become informants, to deploying sophisticated electronic surveillance at summit meeting sites. last year, a top u.s. official working in china repeatedly had trouble with his hotel key card. when he brought it back to the u.s., security personnel found a microphone embedded side. raising concerns that next week's singapore summit could become a high stakes spy versus spy battleground. former officials tell nbc news that china poses the most sophisticated counterintelligence threat to the u.s. of any country. american diplomats heading to singapore will be taking unprecedented defensive measures to guard against high tech surveillance at the summit. >> andrea, thank you. let's turn to arizona where five police officers are on leave for repeatedly punching a
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man during an encounter caught on camera. now we're getting a clearer picture of what happened. nbc national correspondent miguel almaguer is following this story. >> reporter: officers took down a 33-year-old robert johnson with a flurry of punches. as he speaks out for the first time, new audio reveals what was said as the incident was unfolding. >> watch this arm, right here. get his right arm. >> i got it. i'm on you. >> you don't need to put all that force on me. >> reporter: for the first time we can hear the heated exchange between robert johnson and the mesa arizona police officers who took him down outside an apartment. it started when police say johnson, the friend of a man who officers were questioning after a domestic violence call said he had a knife and refused to sit down.
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police say a knife was never recovered. seconds later the officers unloaded several punches. >> does it feel good putting your hands on me while i'm subdued? i just want things to be -- i want mesa to be held accountable for what they have done. >> reporter: the five officers involved, now on leave. the audio reveals they believe johnson was spitting on them as they slammed his head into an elevator door. >> don't you dare to -- you're trying to spit on me. >> reporter: the police chief called an early look at the video troubling. >> at first glance it looks like a mistake. it doesn't look like. it's our job to collectively investigate and find the answers to this. >> reporter: the mesa police
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association which represents the officers criticized the department for releasing the video without audio earlier this week. saying it didn't provide full context. johnson's attorney has seen enough. >> he was brutally attacked. no man, woman, child, no one should face the brutal attacks that mr. johnson faced that day. >> reporter: a takedown caught on tape. now it's the police who are under investigation. the police chief says that investigation now taken on by a different department could take some time to complete. meantime, overnight mesa police also released this body camera footage taken last month. it shows the arrest of two teens, one who may have been armed. two officers in this case are also on administrative leave. yet another investigation underway. savannah and willie, back to you. >> miguel, i mean, i understand there's a link between the officers in both of these cases you've been talking about? >> reporter: yeah, early reports
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indicate that these members, these officers were members of the same squad, the same unit. there were different officers that are all being investigated. seven in total. the police chief says he'll have a press conference later on today to clarify what is going on in mesa, arizona. >> all right, thank you very much. meanwhile, more than 1,600 people arrested at the u.s./mexico border are being transferred to federal prisons in california, texas, oregon, arizona, and washington state. the detainees include parents who have been separated from their children. five prisons will temporarily hold detainees who are awaiting court hearings. under the obama administration, some were allowed to live in the u.s. while they were waiting for their hearings.
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a 59-year-old woman was standing within ten yards of a bison. she's listed in good condition. this is the second bison related injury at yellowstone this year. two other park visitors were injured by an elk earlier this week. the park service is urging visitors stay 25 yards away from animals such as bison and elk. >> they're pretty clear about that. when you visit, give them space. let's turn to hockey. we have a stanley cup champion. >> we do, the party is going on strong in washington this morning. the capitals are stanley cup champions for the first time in their history. washington scored twice in the third period. they held on to win. they took the series 4-1. alex ovechkin was named mvp of the playoffs. you see him hoisting the stanley cup. for the first time in his storied career, that game was in vegas. there was a huge watch party in washington. take a look at the crowd outside
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the capital one arena where fans flooded the streets to celebrate that big win. and there's one more celebration we want to tell you about. capitals winger t.j. oshie dedicating the win to his father who has been battling alzheimer's. oshie saying, my dad, he doesn't remember a lot of stuff these days. this is one memory i don't think he's going to forget. nice moment there. a tip of the cap to vegas who nobody thought in their expansion inaugural season could make it to the finals and they did. >> incredible. thinking about having a parade in vegas. >> they deserve it. >> i think they do. let's get a check of the west coast weather. dylan is in for al. >> we have a storm system that's making its way into the pacific northwest. this will actually move through and affect the northwest all weekend long. we could see as much as an half an inch of rain when all is said and done with this storm system.
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it's going to be below average. temperature wise up in seattle, a high of 64 today. temperatures will stay cool all weekend long, about 5 to 15 below average. we're looking at 60s and 70s up and down the west coast. we have hot temperatures in the southwest. not a whole lot of records. we're looking at highs to top out above 100 degrees. the upper midwest with this stalled system that's going to make it messy across the northeast by the time we get into sunday, especially a little further down into the midatlantic where we could see scattered showers and storms. finally. hey ron! they're finally taking down that schwab billboard. oh, not so fast, carl. ♪ oh no. schwab, again? index investing for that low? that's three times less than fidelity... ...and four times less than vanguard. what's next, no minimums? minimums. schwab has lowered the cost of investing again. introducing the lowest cost index funds in the industry with no minimums. i bet they're calling about the schwab news. schwab. a modern approach to wealth management.
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good morning, i'm meteorologist kari hall. we have a nice sunrise over san francisco and all of the bay area this morning as we head out the door. temperatures in the 50s, we'll see highs inland for south bay and peninsula to 79 degrees. 84 today in antioch and 72 degrees in oakland. also see mid-80s in much of the north bay. san francisco a high of 64 degrees. will be lslightly cooler and highs in the 70s and really hot inland for the start of next week. muchas gracias, dylan. >> dylan, thanks. coming up kim kardashian west speaks out. what she's saying about helping to free a great grandmother from prison and why she did it. also, she'll talk about her oval office meeting with president trump. words of wisdom to the class of 2018. >> we need young people with the
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real energy... harnessed from the earth. nature valley. we are following breaking news out of fremont. good morning, it is 7:26, i'm marcus washington. we're following breaking news this out of fremont. let's get straight to nbc bay area sharon katsuda like at pacific commons and what's going on there right now? >> reporter: marcus, we're looking next to t.j. maxx, this is all happening and police officers has been here for half an hour looking into the business and now going inside. we were looking into the windows at first. this man in the white cap and black jacket, recently came out, actually put handcuffs on him but now they've taken them off. tough to determine what's going
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on inside that building. apparently police activity shows there was a man brandishing a sword and chasing a woman into -- they are being very cautious but looks like they have no arrests and they are starting to wrap up the scene. sharon katsuda, back to you. right now let's look at what to expect weatherwise this morning. >> we start out with sunshine as we take a live look outside at the golden gate bridge. it's a nice start to the morning. the high there will reach up to 64 degrees and 84 in santa rosa, inland areas low to mid-80s for the afternoon and the south bay at 79 degrees. let's get an update on the commute. >> san mateo bridge, this friday commute looks great. san mateo bridge, dumbarton bridge, and crash west 80 and you'll find some mild slowing there and south bay kicks in with volume and not a problem through santa fe and rest of
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silicon valley. a great drive east. winds are clear, back to you. >> i'll have another local update in 30 minutes.
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praise, all the time. and just so charming. it felt like, to me, you know, maybe as cliche as it we're back now, 7:30 on the west coast. june 8, 2018. you're looking at the just released surveillance video of a frightening crash. a small plane and a helicopter colliding at an airport in florida. >> you can see that helicopter go into a tailspin as the plane flipped over. remarkably, we're told everyone involved walked away. two people had to be treated for minor injuries. in a moment we'll hear from kim kardashian west about her oval office meeting. first, a check of the day's top stories, including the president speaking out at the white house and then that terrible news overnight about the death of
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anthony bourdain. the writer and celebrity chef dead at the age of 61 of an apparent suicide. anthony bourdain found unresponsive in a hotel room in france. sounding off. president trump speaking with reporters this morng before leaving for the g-7 summit weighing in on everything from the russia investigation to north korea and the national anthem controversy. >> european union treats us very unfairly. canada, very unfairly. mexico, very unfairly. with that being said, i think we'll probably easily make a deal. airbag warning. car owners in florida with defective airbags with being urged to get them fixed right away. the summer heat and humidity could cause it to explode. >> it sends dangerous shards of
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metal into the face, neck and chest of the driver. kid in cuffs. growing outrage in chicago as deo showing police handcuffing a 10-year-old goes viral. officers say they were responding to reports of a young man in the area who had a gun. the boy eventually let go. the family calling it a case of mistaken identity. and oh, that stings. >> constant buzzing. there were literally thousands of them coming out. >> scary moments for a woman in california whose home was taken over by these. beekeepers called in to remove a massive hive in the ceiling of her kitchen. okay, that is terrifying, i'm sorry. the bees with coming. >> get out the spray. kim kardashian west is opening up for the first time about her role in securing the release of a great grandmother in prison for 21 years for a non-violent drug charge. hallie jackson as that story. >> reporter: good morning.
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you know, she's one of the biggest celebrities in the world. even kim kardashian said she got star struck about being in the oval office. she's talking about using her star power to help shorten the sentence of alice johnson released from prison this week. >> once i got the call from the president on my cell pho and i knew it was happening and it was 100% happening and a press release was written and it was about to go out, so i called her. >> reality now setting in for reality star kim kardashian. describing the moment she broke the news to alice johnson. >> i had assumed she knew. i was like, wait, she doesn't know? alice was like, no what? i was like you're going home. i can like cry thinking about it. hearing her scream was like -- i know i'm going to cry so much when i see her.
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just to know that we changed one person's life. >> kardashian, who visited the white house and made the plea for johnson directly to president trump, now fighting off criticism she could be used as a political pawn. >> at the end of the day, he heard me out. we got the job done. so i don't think like what could he really use me for. forget about my fears. forget about my life. that was the right thing to do. >> johnson convicted of a non-violent drug offense more than two decades ago was sentenced to life in prison without parole. a federal judge describing her as the leader of a $50 million drug ring with ties to the cartel. kardashian says she was moved todayato action. >> i felt this connection to her instantly. i wanted today help her. >> kardashian started paying johnson's legal fee and began
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discussing the case with ivanka trump. >> i said, you know, i know that you have compassion for women like this. and i explained to her her story. she immediately got it. she immediately felt it. and she connected me with her husband, jared kushner. >> released wednesday evening from an alabama prison, she spoke with savannah shortly after getting out. >> why did kim kardashian pick me? >> she said she felt something when she saw and heard my story. i'm just so thankful for it. i can't explain it. it's a miracle. >> as for kardashian, she's now hinting her fight may be far from over. >> there's over 3,000 people in the same exact situation as alice. it doesn't mean that we're going to stop here. >> as for other potential pardons, dozens of them have been prepared for president trump. a white house official tells us
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he is considering them. you know, the president has already hinted about doing somethingblagojevich, maybe martha stewart. you're seeing family members of those in prison getting out and making their public pitches on cable networks trying to make sure their families could be next. it's going to be unsettled across the northeast. the stalled front will allow disturbances to rotate through. most of the rain should fall down across the midatlantic. we could see a couple inches of rain. mostly across southern new jersey, down through washington and into maryland and back through ohio. the foervrecast is improving fo good morning, i'm meteorologist krarry hall. it will warm up to are the inland valleys, tomorrow
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slightly cooler with mid-70s and back up again on sunday. it gets really hot with highs in the low to mid-90s and big cooldown on thursday. the temperatures of hot weather won't last that long. it's looking really nice, warming in the up low 70s for early next week. >> and that's your latest forecast. savannah? >> all right. as dylan mentioned, 100,000 people going to pack belmont park this weekend. >> after winning the kentucky derby and the preakness, justify will try to claim the triple crown. >> mike tirico is the host of nbc's triple crown coverage. he joins us with a preview of the track. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, carson, hoda, savannah. this horse has gone viral. nobody had known of the horse.
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he didn't win up to 15 weeks ago. he won the derby, the preakness and tomorrow has a chance to become a member of this sport's elite fraternity. >> they're off in the belmont stakes. >> reporter: they say the third time's the charm. but for justify, it could be the final jewel in the triple crown. living up to his name, justify has already proven himself a worthy contender. not a speck of dirt on him, as he led the way to the finish line at churchill downs. >> justify has won the connecticut derby. >> reporter: then, a nail-biting victory in the fog at pimlico. >> justify, he's unstoppable. he won the preakness. >> reporter: justify, now hoping to capture the glory at belmont park. with a chance to become just the second triple drown crown winner since affirmed 30 years ago. >> american pharaoh has won the triple crown. >> reporter: american pharaoh
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won the crown in 2016, the first to take the crown since 1978. like pharaoh, justify is trained by bob baffert. >> he's there. the talent-wise, they have the same talent. totally different maid-up horses. at the end of the day, they have the same mechanics. they're fast. >> reporter: justify is favored to win, the mile and a half b l belmont has a number of challenges. the competition includes second and third in the preakness. other horses are entering the belmont fresh, having sat out either one or both of the first two races. but the undefeated colt named justify remains poised in his quest to make history. biggest unknown, biggest challenge of this race, it's a mile and a half. the first and only time for these horses they'll likely run this far.
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and, dylan, thanks for the good news about the weather. the triple crown trail has been saturated. so glad to hear it will be good here. >> mike, thanks so much. we'll be watching nbc's coverage of the 150th belmont stakes. that kicks off tomorrow at 4:00 p.m. eastern. just ahead, the world's most glamorous couple, the clooneys, as george receives an honor. and on national best friends day, what makes a friendship so important and how do you strengthen the ones you have in your life. first, the sudden death overnight of famed chef anthony bourdain. right after this. ♪ we came with big appetites. with expedia, you could book a flight, hotel, car, and activity all in one place. ♪
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get low prices today and every day. targetrun and done. we're back with the latest on this morning's sad and tragic news. we just learned that anthony bourdain, the beloved author and chef and television personality, has died at the age of 61 of suicide. he was working on an episode for his cnn show. and he reportedly took his own life in a hotel room. and his long-time friend, a famous chef, is the one who discovered him, according to cnn. >> cnn just released this statement. they say this. it is with extraordinary sadness we can confirm the death of our friend and colleague, anthony bourdain. his love of great adventure, new friends, fine food and drink and the remarkable stories of the world made him a unique storyteller. his talents never ceased to amaze us and we will miss him very much. our thoughts and prayers are with his daughter, who is 11
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years old, and his family at this difficult time. >> it is sad to hear he has passed away, and according to cnn, took his own life. we thought it would be a good time to pause and talk with dr. drew ramsey. he's a clinical psychologist at colombia university. doctor, i'm sure your as shocked as everybody is. we've been reporting on the suicide of kate spade. now, anthony bourdain. what are your thoughts? i mean, i think people -- these are celebrities. you know, nobody knows what is going on in someone's life. but i think people are going to be just so worried and wondering, what should they be looking out for? >> thank you, good morning. this is another horrible tragedy on the heels of the suicide of kate spade. we want to understand that suicide comes with risk factors. the risk factors, the top are depression, alcohol abuse and a previous suicide attempt. this isn't something that comes
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out of nowhere. when we're looking at our individuals and our lives, families and friends, those are really -- the first warning signs. and then, looking at changes in symptoms. that's really what we try to focus on to keep people safe. >> i guess you really don't know what kind of pain people are carrying around with them. i'm sure family members, people are watching this, wondering in their own circles, things that they should do, whether you should reach out to someone and have a conversation or what should you do? >> yes, yes. for sure. always reach out. silence is really often the smoking gun in suicide. this is not a word that we should ever worry about saying. we always want to talk and we want people to ask specifically, are you having thoughts of killing yourself? are you having thoughts of taking dotake ing your own life. those are the questions they train us in skpsychiatry.
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there's more tragedies but more talking is not going to hurt. more talking is just going to help. >> dr. ramsey, i believe there were new national suicide numbers that recently came out. are we experiencing an uptick? or is it just because these are two high-profile people that have passed recently. >> we are experiencing a mental health epidemic in america. suicide rates are up according to the cdc. they're going up in every population. if you look at suicide, it is the number three killer of our youth in america. 45,000 suicides last year. there's been a significant increase. some of this is more aware. some of this is more people getting into treatment. but it is a trend that we're incredibly concerned about. what we do know is there's amazing resources for individuals and families who are struggling with suicidal thoughts or suicidal behaviors.
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there's great resource pages from the american psychiatric association, the jedd foundation. >> on that note, we have to let you go. but just as you said, there are a lot of resources. here's one. we want to put the number up. >> the crisis hot line. >> if you're watching, and you need to talk, talk and call. 1-800-273-talk. >> we'll be back in a moment on this friday morning. first, these messages. so, you'll be here to help protect my car? state farm will be here. okay, what about here? yup. nice! my screen didn't crack. thank goodness. what about... obviously. here? i don't think so. that makes sense. what about here? here too. awesome. that wasn't my fault. go with the one that's here
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good friday morning, right now at 7:56, it's all clear and sunny across the bay area. live look outside in san jose right now, we start out with mid-50s and meding in the upper 70s for today. in livermore expect a high of 80 degrees, 83 in concord. mid-80s for much of the morning bay and 64 degrees in san francisco. now as we look at our inland areas, down a little bit tomorrow and partly to mostly cloudy skies and sunshine on sunday, warms back up in the low 80s and high heed for next week with high to low 90s for three day and big cool down on thursday. san francisco mid-60s and morning clouds and fog tomorrow. low 70s for early next week. let's get an update for the commute. >> one minor crash on the east shore freeway.
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the second crash of the morning there. should be clear shortly. the rest of the bay, even there looks very light and no nurnl slowing. unusually light i guess i should say for a lot of drivers here. south bay showing north 85 a little slowing there as you head past 280 and 87 slower because of the downtown san jose even on a friday. as we look outside, we see the follow on 101 very light right now. beautiful day shaping up. back to you. >> happening now. we're following two developing stories. several streets in oakland are closed right no going on at foothill boulevard and the avenue. police are investigating a shots fired call. police are investigating an early morning shooting in san francisco, the third homicide in less than 24 hours. this shooting happened on polk and sacramento. two other shootings happened in the mission district on thursday.
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. it's 8:00 on today. coming up, anthony bourdain has died of an apparent suicide. details and tributes just coming in this morning. we're live with the latest. plus, summit swipe. overnight the president goes after the leaders ever canada and france after their criticism his trade talk. we're live from canada where they're all set to meet in a matter of hours. and, kelly rocks the crowd. ms. independent herself, kelly clarkson taking over our plaza for a live summer concert so don't walk away.
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today friday, jun 8th, 2018. ♪ >> we dpram ohio to see. >> kathy. >> my mother daughter is on kelly today. ♪ >> bring it in. >> kelly clarkson. >> this is -- we came to see kelly clarkson in concert. >> kelly clarkson. >> morning, everybody. welcome back to today. what a great friday morning to have a concert and kelly clarkson lift our hearts and spirit and this crowd is ready for some good music. i. >> i think kelly is a good thing to have this morning. she's just what we need today. >> already plenty of frictions as the u.s. prepares to meet
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with allies with the g-7 summit in canada. this coming just days after his scheduled face-to-face with north korea's leader kim jong-un. white house correspondent kristen welker is in quebec city where the g-7 summit will take place. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. president trump has spent the morning escalating his war of words over tariffs with the very leaders he'll meet with today. but before leaving, making headlines on i range of topics on pardons saying while he doesn't think he's above the law, he believes he has the right to pardon himself but supremacying he doesn't need to. the president still saying the first slaed roifrg from a big four-hour surgery and perhaps the biggest headline calling for russia to be reinstated in the g-7 after it was suspended. >> whether you like it or not, and it may not be politically correct, but we have a world to run and at the g-7, which used to be the g-8, they threw russia out, they should let russia come
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back in. >> president trump will meet with the prime minister of canada and the president of france. he heads to singapore tomorrow. savannah. >> all right. thank you so much. >> now to more on that incredibly sad news about anthony bourdain. nbc stephanie gosk is here with the latest. hey, steph. >> this is such a tragic day and after we've been talking about kate spade all week, even more so. you know, the celebrity chef and television host died in france at the age of 61 over night. he was the star of cnn's hit show" parts unknown" they said his death was an apparent suicide. they praised his love of great adventure, fine foods and drink and the remarkable stories of the world that made him a unique storyteller. his talents never cease to amaze us and we will miss him very much. our thoughts and prayers are with his daughter and family at this incredibly difficult time. once again, celebrity chef anthony bourdain dead of apparent suicide at 60 sblun
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ties zaurt just 11 years old. it's hard to believe. >> apparently he was working in paris and his good friend who is also a famous chef who is the one who discovered him. >> i don't know if you guys watched his series at all, but lots of people have done travel logs. >> yeah. >> this is why what he did to travel logs redefining it was so remarkable. his reverence, insight, thoughtfulness. >> it was about so much more than food. he loved people and culture and he loved showing us the world. >> we loved him because he was so effortlessly cool, wasn't he? >> he was. >> he was here many times, yeah, we are just so sorry to report that news. >> we are. steph, thank you. the number of homes destroyed by hawaii's kilauea hotel has soared to 600 now. properties loss are now worse than the last major eruption that happened back in 1983. lava flows have knocked down telephone and power lines, farmers and ranchers are out of work. officials said last night that earthquake activity around the
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volcano is actually on the rise. hawaii's governor announced $12 million in emergency funding on thours cover overtime and equipment for first responders who are working so hard. we've covered the news, think it's time for a morning boost. a trash collector got a sweet reminder that his work does not go unappreciated. was coming down the street recently hauling heavy bags into the truck when he saw a little boy standing on the curbside. that's kyler who happened to be celebrating his third birthday. kyler was the one who brought a present to his favorite local worker. it was a bag of homemade cookies. the sanitation man was caught off guard, clearly moved by the gift and decided to show him around the truck. he promised to bring him something special the next time he's in the neighborhood. this was, by the way, kyler's favorite birthday. >> get go in the big truck and all, that's little boy heaven right there. coming up, prince harry and mehgan markle, where have they been? guess what? they are stepping out.
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♪i believe, i really do believe that♪ ♪something's got a hold on me, yeah♪ ♪oh, it must be love ♪oh, something's got a hold on me right now, child♪ ♪oh, it must be love ♪let me tell you now, oh it must be love♪ we really missed that music. we're back we really miss that music. we're back with prince harry and duchess. gearing up for first appearance since the royal wedding. >> just outside buckingham palace with details. good morning. >> reporter: hey, good morning to you. can't believe it's almost three weeks since you guys were here for harry and megan's wedding. because it happened in windsor, there was one thing that didn't happen and that was the newly married couple stepping out on that famous balcony there at
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buckingham palace. now, over the weekend, we'll see all of the royal family, including its newest member, up there for the first time since that stunning wedding. we haven't seen much of prince harry and meghan markle. now the duke and duchess of sussex. that's about to change. harry spotted last night without megan at a dinner in pictures posted on twitter. tomorrow we'll see them both at trooping the color. a magnificent military parade to celebrate the queen's official birthday. carefully rehearsed for months. afterwards, the royal family waves to the crowd from the buckingham palace balcony. >> to have megan there for the first time. she didn't get married in london. didn't have balcony kiss moment that kate had. really significant moment. first biggest test as a married royal.
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>> the balcony so often the scene of post royal moments. the kiss for charles and diana and for kate and william. >> when kate first went on the balcony she was quite overwhelmed and said wow. couldn't believe the crowd. >> it could be the first time newly married harry and megan wave from this his torqtoric te. >> they always said work would come first. and in the days ahead, they shae a full schedule. megan's first attendance at the most royal of events. next week, another significant moment. her first outing with just the queen. >> almost representing kind of the old school of how royalty is done and megan being thoroughly modern figure. taking the monarchy perhaps in a different direction. >> weeks after royal wedding that was unconventional.
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megan preparing to play her role during very traditional occasions. clearly a welcome addition to the british royal family. >> and there's a big feel for her to join the royal family there. sit a big deal for her to be the queen on her own. i think it says as much about how important megan is to the royal family. how they are embracing her as a breath of fresh air if you like. we talk about sometimes the challenges of royal life just being the every day. when she's with the queen, they are going go through the opening of a bridge. they're just like us. we miss you. can't believe it's been three weeks. let's check in with dylan. what do you have for the weekend? >> we actually have warm temperatures akroesz 80-90% of the country. not so much in new england and
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southeast. right through the middle of the country see the warmest temperatures. not a lot of widespread record highs, but still just above average. oklahoma 93 today. indianapolis 89. in the northwest, colder temperatures are working in. because of the clouds, because of the rain with the next storm system. so temperatures going into the weekend start off in the 50s. rebound by next week. triple digit heat in the southwest. and just a little unsettled that's a look at the weather across country. n now a peak out your window. >> it's going to be warmer today, highs in the 80s. more clouds and warmer tomorrow with breezy winds. then temperatures go right back up for sunday. and continue to rise through early next week. the hottest day will be on tuesday, up to 94. and much cooler by next thursday. san francisco, will be up to 64 today. and some 60s throughout the weekend with highs up to 72
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degrees on tuesday. the warmest day next week. >> and that's your latest forecast. savannah? >> dylan, thank you. now to our "best friends today" series. we're going to celebrate it because today is national best friends day. we have invited a panel of besties to get to the bottom of what makes friendship work and last. we're joined by samantha berry, editor of "glamour" magazine. talk about the effects of our friends have on mental health. i want to introduce our panel here. bffs, monica and allison have been friends for 40 years. bob and eddie have 13 years of friendship under their belt. ashley and gina, friends for 28 years, which says a lot because ashley is 28 years old. i thought, did i get that wrong? samantha, this is a good topic for "glamour" to take on. >> we dug into the fact that
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friendships are really important for your mental well-being. they help your self-worth, your self-confidence. they help you avoid healthy things. really good bonds help you through trauma a lot of the time. it's essential for people at a very young age, until older ages, to have good friends in their life. >> friendship is one of the real secrets to happiness in life. we have our panel of besties here. we asked you in the commercial break to write one word that describes your friendship. hold them up. what do we see? okay. let's start here. dynamic. what do you mean? >> well, we're the duo. and everything about us is dynamic. >> yeah. would you agree? >> yes, i would. >> okay. i like yours. unconditional. tell me about that. >> you have to read that. >> how was my accent?
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okay. unconditional. >> yeah. we've been buddies for a long time. we met through work and then we have gone through a bunch of different transitions as friends. one thing we can always do is count on each other. >> he'll pick up the phone anytime i call. it doesn't have to be tomorrow, today. >> you don't live in the same city. it has to be unconditional. >> ashley and gina, we love the 28 years. you've been friends your whole lives? >> yeah. we're always having fun. anytime we get together, it eels a good time and always smiling. >> we have a lot of fun together. >> i have a lot of friends i consider my besties. are you phone talkers? raise your hand if you like to talk on the phone. >> this is interesting, right? >> we found when we did the survey today in "glamour" is women like to talk on the phone, way more than friends. why aren't you talking on the phone? >> i know bobby's there. >> are you texters? >> yeah. >> we'll talk on the phone once in a while.
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but it's quality over quantity. i don't need to gab his ear off five times a day. i'll do it once every couple times a week. >> how long do you talk on the phone? >> every day, all day. >> just like a constant connection. >> if i think of something funny, i'm going to call her up. watching something on tv, i'm going to call her up. >> what else did your survey find? >> one of the things that was interesting for me, the difference between male and female friendships and how vulnerable they were. we found that men -- does your best friend know your biggest insecurity? 90% of the women said yes and 68% of the men said yes. has your best friend ever seen you cry? women, 95% said yes. and 57% of men said yes. >> i'm a cryer. >> bob and eddie? do you feel you know each other's deep, dark secrets? >> yeah. >> absolutely. >> you know, i think the obvious thing is, women think men are
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knee ander th neanderthals. we deserve it. you can be on the outside. when it boils down to it, we're human beings. you wanto have someone you can feel safe expressing that stuff. i'll cry to this guy. >> do you feel like you're similar and that's why you're friends? or do you just click? >> we have known each other our entire lives. and our families are intertwined. a lot of history, a lot of background and it builds your relationship even better. >> you are both married, right? what do the hubbies think about this relationship? can they get in there? >> they do. >> they have to claim their day. we used to hang out on fridays and our husbands said, no more friends on friday. it's me and you. >> yeah. >> before we let you go, the cred secret to friendship? >> acceptance. >> supporting each other. >> support, for sure.
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>> and be again wgenuine. >> are we all best friends now? >> if i was shopping for best friends, you would be top on the list. making a new friend is an important thing, too. when you have lifelong friends, it's important to meet somebody new, too. thank you. we'll check out k"glamour." carson is in the orange room. >> here's something for you. a father sparked a discussion after sharing this picture of his daughter being changed on the floor of a public restroom. he said, i'm sick of having to change my daughter on a disgusting floor because the only changing table is in the women's bathroom. there are guys who take care of their kids, too. his post has been shared 150,000 times. a lot of parents backing him up. it's 2018, people, wake up. dads need to change their babies, too. tayler writes, he's not the first dad to complain about this and he won't be the last. ashton kutcher has been
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outspoken about this in the past. he put a petition asking retailers to make the change. there's a lot of progress to be made. mau says the sponresponse has b overwhelming and he hopes some good can come from him sharing his story. >> what do you think, carson? >> i have three kids. i changed a lot of diapers. and there's no good option at all. >> what do you do? >> you change right on the floor. you're going, wow. >> all right. take us to "pop start." >> we're going to start with george clooney. last night, the actor was honored with the american film institute's lifetime achievement award. all of the stars da s came out honor clooney. they claim they helped kick off his career. best friend and business partner, randy gerber and wife, cindy crawford.
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but clooney's wife, amal, the first time she spoke about her husband. and she said, what i have found with you is the great love, i hoped existed and seeing you with our children is the greatest joy in my life. when our children find out not only what you've done but who you are, they will be so proud of you, too. a tribute to george clooney. nice words there, right? airs on tnt june 21st. earlier this week, mgm was close to closing that deal for "legally blonde 3." confirmed by the leading lady. there's reese witherspoon, with her as elle woods at the pool, with a caption, it's true. this scene from "legally blonde," of course. no word on the storyline. but "legally blonde 3" will hit theaters on valentine's day 2020. >> our cup overfloweth.
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florida state's softball team won their first-ever state championship. just walk on by, hoda. no problem. just take my jacket as you go. anna, she's on the team, the catcher. she was at the press conference and got the unwelcome surprise. take a look. >> for what i love to do. they didn't try to make me be anything i was going to be. sorry. oh, my god. get it. somebody get it. somebody get it. oh, my god. >> is that not perfect? that's our season. >> did everybody see that? look at that bug. to be fair, that was a really big bug. thankfully her teammates were there to shake it off. where did hoda go, by the way? she did good. >> i'm going to find her right now. >> thanks. what is going on here? >> were you on tv?
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>> i need a protective left green arrow or stoplights in here. >> the reason i walked out is because i'm with this one. kelly is skeveed out by the bug on that girl. kelly is going to boost us up and make our crowd feel good. you go ahead of me. ladies and gentlemen, kelly clarkson is in the house. she's going to sing for us in just a little bit. kelly. >> i'm about to sing. hey. >> we love this woman. >> how are you cold? it's so hot. am i having hot flashes? ♪ i )m ...
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happening now... we good morning. it's 8:26. happening now, we are following two developing stories this morning. several streets in oakland are closed right now. this is going on at foothill boulevard and avenal avenue. what we know is police are investigating a call of shots fired. stay tuned for that. also, police are investigating an early morning shooting in san francisco that is now the third homicide in the city in ss than 24 hours. the shooting happened in the knob hill neighborhood. two other shootings happened in the mission district less than 24 hours ago. let's check in with kari hall for our forecast and traffic. >> it's going to be a nice warm day across the bay area. inland areas heading up to 83 degrees. a little cooler tomorrow with partly to mostly cloudy skies.
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75 degrees. but once those clouds clear, we'll be right back up to 83 degrees. next week, we'll be turning hotter with highs in the low 90s. san francisco going from the 60s to the low 70s with mostly sunny skies. as we get a live look outside in emeryville, we've had a couple issues with people just trying to get to the bay bridge. i-80 heading westbound is starting to jam up. as we go across the bay area, overall, the morning flow has been fairly light. a few of those issues that we've had have been fairly minor and the south bay flowing smooth, but slow northbound, kris. >> more news in a half hour.
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♪ good morning. it is 8:30. it is 8:30 on a friday morning. >> 8:30. it's june 8th, 2018. kelly clarkson is here. she's about to hit the stage. it's going to be an amazing summer concert. the crowd can't wait. we can't wait. good morning, miss kelly. you ready to rock? and hoda, she's roaming around down there. >> hey, girl. hi, you guys. so many people are coming to concerts. i found a couple. is this your very first concert? >> yeah. >> claire. >> what's yours? >> avery.
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>> all right. what was your first concert. >> my first concert was clay and kelly clarkson in 2004. >> you want to come say hi to kelly? come on. come on. help us, jack. jack is going to help us. you want to come. come on. >> clay and kelly, that's amazing. >> what? whoa. >> come on. >> we did that tour. it was us together. >> how is clay? do you keep in touch? >> i haven't talked to him in a bit, actually. his little boy is so cute. we're old. >> hot stuff. >> we have people that need to say hello to you. >> come on. >> hi. >> one minute in the crowd, next minute, hugging kelly clarkson. >> what are the chances? >> that's awesome. >> how awesome is that? >> it's a meet and greet. >> kelly was saying she and clay went on the road after she won "american idol," which we all remember. >> of course. >> you want to come stay with
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us? come stand with us. >> kelly is going to sing in any minute. but we have to get a check of the weather. >> you catch up and i'll give you the weather. we have a weekend coming up and it looks pretty good for the northeast, in new england, too. temperatures will be running in the 70s. heavy rain will start to move into the midwest. we're looking for triple-digit heat in the southwest. and in the northwest, some rain is going to start making its way back onshore. that will make for cooler temperatures. unsettled, it's not a total washout across the ohio and tennessee river valleys. there can be scattered storms. it's hot and dry down south. temperatures i that's a look at the weather across the country. now, here's a peek out your window. >> good morning, i'm meteorologist kari hall. a lot of sunshine and nice cool weather this morning which, with a live look outside in san jose. heading up to 79 degrees in san jose. 80 in livermore.
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oakland, a high of 72. and some mid-80s for the north bay. san francisco will reach up to 64 degrees. it will be slightly cooler tomorrow with more clouds. and then another warm day on sunday. and then it gets really hot early next week. with highs in the low to mid-90s monday through wednesday. the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. >> we're so excited. we're just moments away from a great concert by the one, the only, kelly clarkson. >> this is why she's busier than ever. ♪ because we belong together now, yeah ♪ >> for more than 15 years, we've been singing along to kelly clarkson. ♪ this is my heartbeat song and i'm gonna play it ♪ ♪ catching my breath letting it go ♪ ♪ what doesn't kill you makes you stronger ♪ ♪ stand a little taller
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♪ love so soft, so soft >> her latest studio album "meaning of life" called one of the best of 2017 by billboard and "entertainment weekly." the grammy winner is fresh off of a performance at the cmt awards, as well as a hosting gig at this year's billboard music awards. >> brynn cartelli, you did it. >> reporter: she just coached her way to victory in her debut season "the voice." now, we're about to hear her voice on our citi summer concert series stage. here she is. give it up for kelly clarkson. ♪ miss independent miss self-sufficient ♪ ♪ keep your distance miss unafraid ♪
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♪ miss out of my way never let a man interfere, no ♪ ♪ miss on her own miss almost grown ♪ ♪ miss never let a man help her off her throne ♪ ♪ so, keeping her heart protected ♪ ♪ she'll never feel rejected little miss apprehensive ♪ ♪ ooh, ooh, she fell in love ♪ what is the feeling taking over ♪ ♪ thinking no one could open my door ♪ ♪ surprise, it's time to feel what's real ♪ ♪ what happened to miss independent no longer need to be defensive ♪ ♪ good-bye, old you when love is true ♪ ♪ misguided heart
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miss play it smart ♪ ♪ miss if you want to use that line you better not start, no ♪ ♪ but she miscalculated she didn't want to end up jaded ♪ ♪ and this miss decided not to miss out on true love ♪ ♪ so, by changing her misconceptions ♪ ♪ she went in a new direction and she found inside she felt a connection ♪ ♪ she fell in love ♪ what is this feeling taking over ♪ ♪ thinking no one could open my door ♪ ♪ surprise, it's time to feel what's real ♪ ♪ what happened to miss independent ♪ ♪ no longer need to be defensive ♪ ♪ good-bye, old you when love is true ♪ ♪ when miss independent walked away ♪ ♪ no time for a love that came her way ♪ ♪ she looked in the mirror and
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thought today ♪ ♪ what happened to miss no longer afraid ♪ ♪ it took some time for her to see ♪ ♪ just how beautiful love could truly be ♪ ♪ no more talk of why can't that just be me ♪ ♪ i'm so glad i finally see ♪ what is this feeling taking over ♪ ♪ thinking no one could open my door ♪ ♪ surprise, it's time to feel, what's real ♪ ♪ what happened to miss independent ♪ ♪ no longer need to be defensive ♪ ♪ good-bye, old you when love is true ♪
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♪ miss independent hey, hey ♪ give it up for my band, y'all. hey. [ cheers and applause ] >> that is how you do it. kelly clarkson just getting warmed up on our citi concert stage. we're back with more music. but first, this is "today" on nbc. ♪ the kenya tea development agency is an organization that is owned by tea farmers.
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there are so many reasons why kelly clarkson is one of our favorites, including, of course, her fantastic music. >> she's one of the most fun people around. her album is called "meaning of life." you should be here. before you came on, you're like, i didn't get much sleep, i don't know how i'm going to sing. and you put on a clinic. that was amazing. >> it's not over, so -- >> you are having the best year.
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you're on "the voice." you win in your first year. >> i did win. >> your contestant wins. >> i got blake to call me queen. that was our bet. >> you had two people in the final. brynn cartelli is here and going to be in the 10:00 hour. >> yeah. >> and savannah said you hosted the billboard music awards. this might be the year of kelly clarkson. there's a lot happening right now. >> people are going to want to vomit kelly clarkson. go away. >> how are the kiddos? >> they're so good. they're so good. i think 4 is so much fun. my little one is about to be 4. our eldest is with us. we're about to take her shopping. she just turned 17. daddy is having a hard time letting go. you are going to let your son do this. let your daughter. >> such a fun age. you have "the voice." you have the cmts you just performed at. >> "american woman" for the
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show. i don't know if a girl has ever covered it. i don't know. i thought it was fun. >> you are kind of the perfect person to do that. you have all that soul. the song was made for you. >> the girls were there. hey. >> obviously, you love performing in so many places. but you loved it in nashville. you loved it at the billboards. you like it here. what is your favorite spot to perform? >> i love doing the minute and glass of wine thing i do for the webisode. it's me and a piano and it's low-key. i feel like you see me and it's like, jazz hands. and i break it down. >> you're going to break it down for us now. >> hopefully. if not, come up and help me. >> this is call ed "heat," my nw single. get out of my kitchen, y'all.
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♪ ♪ i'm stumbling through the darkness ♪ ♪ there ain't no sign of a spark here ♪ ♪ i'm used to feeling that fire you watered down that desire ♪ ♪ i put my work in day in and day out ♪ ♪ maybe i deserve it don't let me down ♪ ♪ you used to make me feel like a diamond ♪ ♪ now, it don't even seem like you're trying ♪ ♪ so, give me one good reason i should need you ♪ ♪ come on, turn this around no, no, don't let us down ♪ ♪ i need more heat from you, baby ♪ ♪ make me feel weak for you, babe ♪ ♪ oh, i want to feel alive like my heart's in the wild ♪ ♪ i need more heat from you,
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baby ♪ ♪ make me feel weak for you, babe ♪ ♪ i'm slipping out of your fingers ♪ ♪ keep cooling down like november ♪ ♪ i'm used to feeling that fever ♪ ♪ i wanna dive in you deeper i put the work in ♪ ♪ day in and day out ♪ baby, i deserve it don't let me down, no ♪ ♪ give me one good reason i should need you, yeah ♪ ♪ oh, come turn this around no, no, don't let me down ♪ ♪ i need more heat from you, baby ♪ ♪ make me feel weak for you, babe ♪ ♪ i wanna feel alive like my heart's in the wild ♪ ♪ i need more heat from you, baby ♪ ♪ make me feel weak for you, babe ♪ ♪ better than that better than that ♪
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♪ you know i love you better than that ♪ ♪ better than that we can do much ♪ ♪ better than that better than that ♪ ♪ oh, come turn this around ♪ no, don't let us down ♪ i need more heat from you, baby ♪ ♪ make me feel weak for you, babe ♪ ♪ oh, i wanna feel alive like my heart's in the wild ♪ ♪ i need more heat from you, baby ♪ ♪ make me female weak fel weak babe ♪ ♪ better than that better than that ♪ ♪ you know i love you better than that ♪ ♪ better than that so, come on and love me ♪ ♪ you know i love you better than that ♪ ♪ you know i love you better than that ♪
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♪ better than that you know i love you ♪ ♪ better than that better than that ♪ [ cheers and applause ] that's her new song, "heat. "kelly clarkson still going, sounding great. this is "today" on nbc.
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okay. we absolutely love having kelly clarkson on the plaza. we're having the best friday morning ever. she's showing us why she's one of music's biggest stars. and she's back again with one of her biggest hits ever. kelly? >> here we go. give it up for my band, y'all. come on. ♪ you know, the bed feels warmer sleeping her alone ♪
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♪ you know i dream in color and i do the things i want ♪ ♪ you think you got the best of me ♪ ♪ think you had the last laugh bet you think that everything good is gone ♪ ♪ think you left me broken down ♪ ♪ thinking i would come crawling back ♪ ♪ you don't know me because you're dead-wrong ♪ ♪ what doesn't kill you makes you stronger ♪ ♪ stand a little taller doesn't mean i'm lonely when i'm alone ♪ ♪ what doesn't kill you makes a fighter ♪ ♪ footsteps even lighter doesn't mean si'm over 'cause you're gone ♪ ♪ what doesn't kill you makes you stronger, stronger ♪ ♪ just me, myself and i ♪ what doesn't kill you makes you stronger ♪ ♪ stand a little taller doesn't mean i'm lonely when i'm alone ♪ ♪ you heard that i was starting
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over with someone new ♪ ♪ they told you i was moving on over you ♪ ♪ you didn't think that i'd come back ♪ ♪ i come back swinging you tried to break me but you see ♪ ♪ what doesn't kill you makes you stronger ♪ ♪ stand a little taller doesn't mean i'm lonely when i'm alone ♪ ♪ what doesn't kill you makes a fighter ♪ ♪ footsteps even lighter doesn't mean i'm over 'cause you're gone ♪ ♪ what doesn't kill you makes you stronger, stronger ♪ ♪ just me, myself and i ♪ what doesn't kill you makes you stronger ♪ ♪ stand a little taller doesn't mean i'm lonely when i'm alone ♪ ♪ thanks to you, i got a new thing started ♪ ♪ thanks to you, i'm not the
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brokenheart brokenhearted ♪ ♪ thanks to you i'm finally thinking about me ♪ ♪ you know in the end of the day, you left was just my beginning ♪ ♪ in the end ♪ wha doesn't kill you makes you stronger ♪ ♪ stand a little taller doesn't mean i'm lonely when i'm alone ♪ ♪ what doesn't kill you makes a fighter ♪ ♪ footsteps even lighter ♪ doesn't mean i'm over 'cause you're gone ♪ ♪ what doesn't kill you makes you stronger, stronger ♪ ♪ just me, myself and i ♪ what doesn't kill you makes you stronger ♪ ♪ stand a little taller doesn't mean i'm lonely when i'm alone ♪ ♪ when i'm alon hey, hey ♪
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>> thank you, all, for singing with me. oh. come on, now. >> yes. >> that is the kelly clarkson. she'll be back with me at 10:00 to host. this is "today" on nbc.
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i am extremely proud of jackie, gaby and stephanie. we worked with pg&e to save energy because we
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wanted to help the school. they would put these signs on the door to let the teacher know you didn't cut off the light. the teachers, they would call us the energy patrol. so they would be like, here they come, turn off your lights! those three young ladies were teaching the whole school about energy efficiency. we actually saved $50,000. and that's just one school, two semesters, three girls. together, we're building a better california. come on. how happy are we? >> i could listen to her all day. and now, we can. she's going to be in the fourth hour with you. >> i know. i'm so excited. >> "sunday today" is coming up. and willie has a cool interview with claire danes. take a look. >> is that a product of you all doing research and talking to people in the intelligence services? >> yes. it largely is. and we have this -- we have something called spycam. >> i heard this.
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>> we have spy cam. we lock ourselves in the clubhouse in georgetown and interview people within the intelligence community and politics. like, we skyped with snowden one year. and we get this really beautiful insight into what's happening right this moment and what's going to be relevant in six months or a year's time when the show finally airs. >> i didn't set it up that well. she's talking about "homeland." >> it's crazy if you're a fan of the show. >> i love her from "homeland." and kelly, from where kelly's from. >> and we also have mandy moore. >> i love her, too. i'm going to crash the show. goo.
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i )m - -... several streets in oakland are good morning. it's 8:56. i'm kris sanchez. several streets in oakland are closed right now. at foothill boulevard and avenal avenue. nbc bay area sky ranger was over the scene. you can see a large police presence including two heavily armored vehicles. what we know is police are investigating a call of shots fired. happening now, we are following two other developing stories this morning.
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police are also investigating early morning shooting in san francisco, which is the third homicide in the city in less than 24 hours. the shooting happened on fulk and sacramento in the knob hill neighborhood. two other shootings happened in the mission district on thursday. police have not released the descriptions of any of those suspects. plus, an 8-year-old girl is dead, after a horrible crash overnight on 680 in sunol. the driver of a black dodge apparently fell asleep at the wheel and hit a white corollcor. the victim, nor the driver, have been identified. we have a look at yr loc weather forecast coming up in out a half hour. have a great morning. stay connected to your world wherever the world takes you, get the nbc bay area app. >> the today show is brought to you locally by the mountain
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it's going to be pretty incredible. pixar pier, opening june 23rd. only at disney california adventure park. [ applause ] good morning, everyone. welcome to the program. i'm megyn kelly. this week, we have been sharing stories about"dating, love & sex." and we will be talking about the ultimate betrayal, cheating. there's all kinds of new ways to cheat. have you heard of microcheating? we're going to get to that later. if you have been the victim of cheating, can you take that pain and become a stronger, better person? that is where we begin, with the story of jen weight. days after jen delivered her daughter, she learned


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