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bay building as well. >> everybody sleeping in out there or what? >> watching our show. >> we hope you join us at 11:00 where we will feature the inauguration of london breed. >> history will be made. see you then. good morning. breaking overnight. ready to rumble. buenos días. >> it's very unfair to our country, to our taxpayers. >> president trump at the nato summit and lights up america's closest allies ripping nato countries, even saying germany is "totally controlled by russia." is it a brilliant strategy or bluster? relief. the rescued boys from thailand seen in the hospital for the first time, celebrating pulling off the impossible. this morning, new details on the risky rescue, and how close it came to ending in disaster. two americans involved in the
operation. one who spent three days inside that cave speak out in a live interview. deadly blast an explosion rocks a city. one firefighter killed, one resident injured. we're at the scene, live. all that, plus miracle in alaska. a tour plane crashes in the remote mountains and somehow everyone aboard survives. the new impact, george clooney's motorcycle dplash italy. the latest on the investigation into that frightening accident. and viva la france! >> goal! gooooooaaal! >> france advances to the world cup final. this morning excitement reaching a fever pitch in the uk, looking
to punch their ticket. with hundreds of millions across the globe watching right along with them, today wednesday, july 11, 2018. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with savannah guthrie and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. good morning, everybody. welcome to "today." nice to you have with us bright and early on a wednesday morning. we start in europe. our top story, the president has touched down overseas. a week-long european tour this morning and immediately facing off with allies at this key nato summit. also ahead of a much-anticipated trip to england and a one-on-one meeting with russia's vladimir putin early next week. nbc's kristen welker starts us off in brussels. the president is already making headlines there. good morning. >> reporter: hi, savannah. good morning to you. plenty of headlines already with the nato summit underway.
a summit aimed at strengthening ties, but president trump already throwing punches, raising questions whether the united states is committed to standing with its closest allies. pomp and pageantry at the nato summit, with president trump side-by-side with european leaders sharing a close conversation with british prime minister theresa may. followed by a dramatic flyover. earlier, taking part in a breakfast with nato's secretary-general before the summit officially started. >> many countries are not paying what they should. >> reporter: mr. trump doubling down on his criticism that several nato countries don't pay their fair share in defense, but taking direct aim at germany, accusing the country of paying too little, and of being controlled by russia. >> germany is a captive of russia.
they got rid of their coal plants and nuclear. getting so much of the oil and gas from russia. >> reporter: and pushing back when publically pressed by the nato secretary-general. >> we are stronger together than apart. >> but how can you be together when a country is getting its energy from the person you want protection against or from the group that you want protection against? >> and you have to understand when we stand together, also, in dealing with russia, we are stronger. >> you're just making russia richer. >> reporter: a remarkable start to a summit that's already been rattled by the president's tough talk. on tuesday, the european council president warned mr. trump. >> the mesh, your allies, after all, you don't have that many. >> reporter: the president on a week-long four-country trip of europe. on his agenda, a stop in britain, where prime minister theresa may face as government in crisis over brexit. then an audience with queen elizabeth. next to scotland for a visit to
one of his golf properties and finally, a face-to-face with russian president vladimir putin. mr. trump raising eyebrows by striking this conciliatory tone towards putin. >> frankly, putin may be the easiest of them all. who would think? >> reporter: senior administration officials insist in that one-on-one meeting, mr. trump will confront president putin over thorny issues likely including interference in the election and russia's 2014 invasion of crimea, but democrats say they're skeptical. >> it's even worse for him to meet with a very, very clever, out for himself man like president putin alone. >> reporter: and one top republican senator is issuing this stern warning -- >> i think what would be really disastrous would be for us to have a negative nato meeting, and then do something with putin that further destabilizes the relationship. >> reporter: president trump met
with the german chancellor just moments ago after chancellor merkel told reporters she's prepared for controversial discussions. still, the president's public rebuke of merkel is just striking. these summits are aimed at optics and tone and so far president trump controversial on both fronts. he could weaken the alliance strengthening the hand of president putin heading into next week. >> people watching the body language of the putin summit in preparing for sure. thank you very much. now to the latest on that miracle rescue in thailand this morning. the 12 boys and their coach are recovering from their 18-day ordeal as we learn more about the dangerous operation to save them. in a moment, we'll talk to two american whose took part in that. but first, nbc's chief global correspondent bill neely is at the scene. hi, bill. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, hoda. it was dangerous, and it was daring, but it could have ended
in disaster. divers describing this morning how the main cave complex began flooding during the very final rescue, and it has now been abandoned. in the last hour, extraordinary new images of one boy being rescued from inside the cave and 12 boys relaxing inside the hospital. the wild boar soccer team reunited again. some parents crying, watching behind windows. others allowed in the same room but wearing surgical gloves and gowns in case of infection. this is how their sons were saved on a green plastic gurney, a boy is hauled up from the murky water. difbers and doctors surrounding him as the gurney slides to the exit. his arm is hanging out, face barely visible. eyes closed, his freedom assured. [ cheers ]
celebration here and jubilation at a rescue that defied the odds. but it still nearly went wrong. just after the last boy was taken out the main water pumped failed flooding the cave so quickly, divers streamed and sprinted for the exit. these, the last four to leave and they left exhausted. the divers had risked their lives and were overcome with emotion. celebrating with a beer. >> we feel very happy. now we need beer and we sleep. >> have a good day. >> a good day. >> a very good day. >> reporter: their bodies cut, cave mud everywhere. >> it was a tough dive. a tough couple of weeks, yes. >> reporter: happy? >> happy. >> reporter: this was the only glimpse of the end of the boys' nightmare on a gurney, saline drips attached. another boy identified only at number 11 followed. the daylight so bright, their faces were covered with blue
cloth. the rescue commander cheered by the world's media. we've finished, he said what no one ever thought we'd achieve. at the hospital, more celebrations. inside, the boys' reunited, and well. doctors say they've lost four pounds. it took eight days from discovery to freedom. >> brilliant! >> reporter: that moment, the trigger for a rescue few believed possible. drilling and digging, waiting and battling. they had luck. the rains held off. they had lost. one thai diver losing his life. the boys drank water from cave walls. they were weaken in body but strong in spirit and so brave. diving for hours to escape. a heroic end to a story that has inspired the world. amazing things on mission
accomplished. back to you guys. >> good. otherwise an international incident, otherwise. >> it would. >> bill, thank you. joined now by two members of the u.s. air force who were involved in that rescue. major charles hodgins was one of the mission commanders and master sergeant derek anderson was actually inside the cave during the operation. good morning, gentlemen. i'm going to start with sergeant anderson. take us inside that cave, sergeant anderson, the conditions what it was like and what it felt like when you finally saw the first boys coming out. >> i mean, i think an issue we thought it wasn't going to be accomplished for long and actually getting in and seeing some obstacles, real tight points and add on top of that the really cold waters with zero visibility, quickly we realized it would be a much more complex mission than we originally thought. >> major hodgins, do i have this right? at the very last moment there
was a complication with the oxygen. so, really, not only were you against time, it turned out those boys were rescued just in the nick of time? >> yeah. we knew that the oxygen levels in the ninth chamber were slowly but surely going down. we knew that the sustainment, course of action, that was a potential option was no longer an option, because we knew they couldn't be in there for four, five months as we thought originally. we knew that if we didn't act when we acted, then there was not going to be a successful rescue. we knew if we acted soon, we had the potential to rescue them, but didn't have the option to wait. >> and major hodgins, we can't overstate how difficult and dangerous it is. a former thai navy s.e.a.l. died down there. describe what you thought the odds were initially. >> so as we look at missions like this, we put them out on a
risk matrix and this one, due to the extreme physical hazards, due to the fatigue hazards, due to the factors if any equipment breaks down, that's life-saving equipment and could have catastrophic results if that equipment doesn't hold up. when you look at that on a risk matrix, it comes out as being extremely high risk level. and when you look at -- historically, anyone ever doing this, there's no precedent that's been set. we looked at this and thought, this has a very low probability of success. and i felt like i was being optimistic when i told the governor of chiang rai when he asked, in my mind, the potential chance of success was anywhere from 60% to 70%. we were fully expecting casualties. the multi-national effort, though, actually absolutely knocked it out of the park. everybody came together on this, and if there wasn't teamwork coming from every single direction, this would not have
been a success. >> and my final question to you, sargent anderson. you were in there. what does it mean to be a part of this incredible humanitarian effort, so much courage shown from different countries, all rallying around this cause of 13 young boys? >> i mean, i think that, you know, we can all be proud. it's, like the major said, every bit of effort from every part of the world. those boys are heroes. they were extremely brave to go through something like this. i'm really glad that everybody's going to have a day to walk away from this with a smile including the rescuers and the boys. >> thank you so much and congratulations on all your hard work. >> thank you for your service. >> thank you. >> thanks. we move now to breaking news in wisconsin. we mentioned this at the top of the show. a deadly gas main explosion rocking downtown sun prairie overnight.
nbc's ron mott is there with the latest. good morning to you. what a scene. >> reporter: what a scene indeed. savannah, good morning. we're at a staging area about a mile and a half away from the blast. you can see the red cross on the scene as well. meantime sadly we've learned at least one firefighter has been killed. this morning, a community rattled after an overnight gas line explosion in a small wisconsin suburb killing one firefighter. >> a gas leak. had a building explosion. >> reporter: authorities say contractors were working in downtown sun prairie about 16 miles northeast of madison when they struck a natural gas line. witnesses reported smelling gas not long before the powerful blast, sparking massive flames and sending six plumes of spoke into the air. the explosion leveling at least one building, damaging several others. causing evacuations of businesses and homes within a half mile radius. police say while teams perform a search of the fiery rubble, there's no timetable yet for when people will be allowed back into the evacuation zone.
>> soon as we can get the fire department get in there and get that ventilation, get the gas completely ventilated, get those fires out we can start making a determination when we can allow people back in their homes. >> reporter: officials confirming this morning several firefighters were transported to the hospital. >> six firefighters, who were transported to the hospital. three with minor injuries and released. one with a minor injury, and admitted. one who is still in very critical condition. and one who sucomed to his injuries at the hospital. >> reporter: a neighborhood shaken by an unexpected tragedy. now, this scene as we mentioned is still active. we're about a half mile away from there. officials are continuing to work the area saying a lot of that gas released ran through sewer pipes underground. they want to make sure all the gas is out of that area before allowing people back into their homes and businesses. >> ron mott, what a night. thank you very much. now to a story of survival getting a lot of attention.
this happened in alaska. a seaplane crashed into the side of a mountain and remarkably, everybody onboard was found to be alive and rescued. nbc national correspondent miguel almaguer has the latest on this story. hi, miguel. good morning. >> reporter: hoda, the small tour planes that can take off and land in the water are a common way of getting around in remote areas of alaska. we're told late yesterday one was loaded with sightseers taking in the state's rugged beauty when it suddenly fell from the sky. it took rescue teams nearly three hours to find the wreckage. the battered seaplane colliding into a rocky mountain in the a remote section of alaska. onboard, 11 people, including the pilot, somehow survived the harrowing crash landing. authorities say the single engine float plane like this one was soaring through alaska's beauty when disaster suddenly struck. after the plane's mayday call reached the coast guard, a helicopter crew battled
turbulent weather, fighting rain and fog before finding the crash site, 2,000 feet up this mountainous, rocky terrain. the tach one air commuter flight was scheduled to fly from steam boat bay, and it crashed on mount jumbo on the prince of wales island. >> the accident site was at about 2,000 feet, trees and rock covered ter rain and weather not cooperating. >> reporter: a coast guard helicopter hovering over the crash site managed the hoist the passengers to safety. it was a miracle no one was killed. notice of the passengers suffering minor injuries. one listed in serious condition. tach one air says it suspended all scheduled flights today and is cooperating with the ntsb. this area of alaska, known for splendid, rugged beauty, but on this day, this flight offered a terrifying view, 11 people will never forget.
the ntsb says their investigation has just begun, and while weather conditions were not ideal, it may not have been the only contributing factor to the crash. the investigation could take months. hoda, back to you. >> all right. miguel, thank you so much. heading over to mr. roker and check out the weather. >> good morning, guys. thank you for getting your first weather from us and we've got us a hurricane off the mid-atlantic coast. this is hurricane now kris. 105 mile-per-hour winds, booking, northeast at 22 miles per hour. the track of the system, keeps it off the coast. thankfully, maybe seeing rip currents once it hits the 75-degree waters, finally starts to trickle down. and we also have the remnants of beryl bringing rain to the bahamas and florida and later on on into the carolinas. moving into the atlantic and has a 50% chance of redeveloping as a tropical system. we continue to watch this closely. getting to your local forecast coming up in the next 30
seconds. uh, all the cars? all the cars. old cars? yes. new cars? oh, yeah. sports cars? indeed. a big ol' boat-like car? permission to come aboard! what about a car that's all (makes awkward car noises) hgnnnn-nn-nn-nnnn-ayy-ayyy i don't see why not. what about, let's say... oh, i don't know, a purple van with a painting of a wizard just shooting lightning out of his fingers riding a unicorn sneezing rainbows? definitely. just asking for a friend. yea, i figured. (whispered to camera) wow. good wednesday morning. i'm kari hall. we start out with clouds across the areas. inland valleys are going to be very hot reaching into the low 90s. it is 90 again tomorrow. by friday humidity increases and our temperatures only come down a few degrees. it dries out for the weekend. san francisco in the 60s over the next few days.
more cloud cover on friday with an increase in monsoonal moisture. >> and that's your latest weather. >> thank you, al. coming up, the first video of george clooney's frightening accident in italy showing why the star is very lucky he walked away. and why would a happily married couple consider divorce. >> we shouldn't have to make that sacrifice to get our child medicaid. >> a texas couple opening up but their difficult choice to care for their young daughter but first this is "today" on nbc. ( ♪ ) pixar pier has arrived! prepare to be awed. prepare to be moved. prepare to make a mad dash... ( ♪ ) ...because with the incredicoaster,
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first let's get a chaeck of the other headlines. the president taking on nato allies. >> germany as far as i'm concerned is captive to russia because it's getting so much of its energy from russia. >> president trump already facing off with allies even before a key nato summit officially kicks off. >> many countries are not paying what they should. >> part of a week long european tour including a trip to england and a high stakes one-on-one meeting with russian president vladimir putin. >> frankly putin may be the easiest of them all. who would think. under the microscope, supreme court nominee brett cavanaugh making the rounds on capitol hill, this as both sides draw battle lines ahead of the nomination fight. >> i will oppose this with everything i've got. >> the president couldn't have done a better job. accused buffalo bills star denying allegations he was involved in an assault on an ex-girlfriend at his georgia
home. police, the nfl and the bills all investigating the matter. what's going on? sarah palin calls sasha baran cohen evil and sick after being duped into an interview for his new undercover comedy show saying he posed as a disabled veteran while talking to the former vice presidential candidate. >> and wild ending. the astros win in dramatic fashion when the oakland a's throwaway a seemingly easy out in extra innings. >> the astros are going to win it! >> today wednesday, july 11th, 2018. >> that guy's waking up this morning. >> i know. >> that's the worst. >> don't play it again. >> one more. okay. >> that's why the a's are two games back. >> ouch. >> also this morning we are getting our first look at that scary crash in italy that landed george clooney in the hospital.
fat natalie joins us from los angeles. >> behind me you the see crash seen, the motorcycle clearly on its side. after seeing this video you wonder how clohe's ntot more seriously injured. the accident that sent him flying 20 feet into the air. this video captures the moem his scooter slammed into a mercedes in italy sending the hollywood a-lister high into the air before he crashed back to the ground. watch one more time as his scooter collides with the car. >> he got in a big accident. >> you can see the car's driver gets out to help clooney and calls for help in the video obtained by italian news outlet. clooney stays on the ground. new photos show him being treated by paramedics at the crash scene. the car's windshield smashed.
the academy award winner was reportedly traveling about 60 miles an hour and heading to the set of his new tv show "catch 22" when the crash happened. an ambulance took the 57-year-old to the hospital. incredibly, he did not sustain any serious injuries, but italian media reports he complained of a slight trauma to his pelvis and bruises to a leg and arm. the claimed actor, director and screen writer was reportedly wearing a helmet. reports that his wife amal rushed to be by his side. they were seen leaving hours later in a private car. he is home recovering and will be fine. clooney has a home on the italian mainland. this summer he's staying in sardinia with their twins. they married in venice in a picture perfect wedding in 2014.
this latest accident a close call for clooney, one of hollywood's most beloved stars. >> production on his "catch 22" will reportedly continue as planned. this is actually his second motorcycle accident. remember he crashed a harley back in 2007 with his then girlfriend sarah larson. he broke a rfoot and she broke rib. >> honey, you're a father now. >> natalie, thank you. now let's go over to al and get a check of the weather. >> thanks so much. good news. we've had a quiet year so far as far as tornadoes are concerned. normally we have about a little over 1,000. we've only picked up 611. a 59% average. we do have a risk of severe weather for much of minnesota, maybe some hail, some tornadoes possible and then tomorrow that risk slides to the south from
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we're back with a story that's tugging at a lot of heart strings this morning. >> it is. a couple in texas who is actually considering divorce now. it's the reason why that's getting attention, because they are happily married. nbc's gadi schwartz has their story. gadi, good morning. >> good morning, guys, this is pretty unbelievable. jake and marie love each other very much and don't want to get divorce but it may be the only way to qualify for medicaid and they need that money to cover sky high medical costs for their daughter. jake and maria gray say they are more in love today than they were when they got married on a florida beach nine years ago. now the happy couple is considering filing for divorce. the reason why might surprise
you. >> you try anything when it comes to your child. >> the couple that has two daughters, one developmentally a newborn, she suffers from a devastating disorder requiring extensive care. >> she will not be able to be on her own ever and requires 24/7 care. >> the grays have been trying to get medicaid to help with spiraling cost. but they foul into a hole in the system. his income too high to qualify for medicaid and state assistance is available but they say there's an extremely long waiting list. >> for amber, 60,000. >> becoming a single unemployed mother may be the only way maria and jake can get the care they need to get the care. >> we shouldn't have to make that sacrifice. >> right now they have expensive private insurance but there's a lot it doesn't cover. they have been spending $15,000 a year out of pocket. >> it's drowning us to copy up with her medical expenses. >> we're not looking for charity
or donations, gofundme, any of that, i need the state to step up and give us the benefits they ned. >> no reliable statistics on how many have gone down this wrong but experts say they are hearing about more and more people considering it. jake and maria know of other couples with the same heartbreaking dilemma. they say they will do whatever they have to for their daughter. >> we've done everything we can do to try to keep her afloat. we're going to reach a point where we can't do it and we won't have another option. we don't know what to do. >> she is a pure and beautiful soul. we're lucky to have her, and i wouldn't change that for anything. >> that is such a heartbreaking story. i mean, you understand that he's a veteran and can't believe they can't get some kind of help. why this did he decide this was the time to go public with this. >> it's a very difficult decision. they know it's going to open them up to all kinds of scrutiny. but they say they are hoping to
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decades. lucy kafanov is there. lucy, good morning. >> reporter: hey, good morning. this is seismic, after half a century of pain, ask anyone in england and they will tell you one thing, it is coming home. three lions take on croatia toby, the winner coming one step closer to that world cup trophy. wimbledon, royal family festivities, a high-flying tribu tribute, and a visit from president trump already making headlines. >> we have made this balloon to protest donald trump's policies. >> while it's fair to say right now england is having a moment, all of it taking a back seat to the world cup. long suffering fans hoping to win their first world cup in over 50 years. >> i couldn't be more excited about this world cup. >> england facing off against croatia today.
at stake, a spot in sunday's final and a place in history. >> football is definitely coming home. come on, england. >> millions will tune in at home or at watch parties across the nation. some u.s. stars catching soccer fever. in england competing at wimbledon, serena williams tweeted, i've spent a lot of summer weekends in london in my life but something feeling different about this one." adding lion emojis for the three lions nickname. pop superstar justin timberlake delighted england fans by backing england's world cup bid. >> it's coming! >> promising to show the game before his concert in london tonight. >> we're going to play this england-croatia match up on my big screens. >> it's coming home has been the rallying cry of a nation. the chorus of a football anthem for the '90s turned into the tournament's biggest meme on social media. >> you touch that button, you are in very, very big trouble.
>> everyone in on the game from british airways to the royal family. prince william tweeting, you deserve this moment. the team winning games in convincing fashion. now with one more to go, unityiuniting a kingdom that has already reached fevered pitch. this is a huge deal tore a country that claims to be the birth place of soccer. 28 years, guys, since england last reached semifinals, 52 years since they last won the world cup. i was listening to the radio this morning, this like england's version of putting a man on the moon. these pubs will be packed this evening. but hey, no pressure at all, guys. it's not like the whole world will be watching. >> lucy, thanks so much. not like the pubs are already packed enough. >> world cup fever. so successful doing well.
can you imagine today. >> it's going to be crazy. >> we should give a shout out to croatia. they will be going crazy, too. >> they are. >> busy, too. by the way, catch today's match on sister station telemundo. >> telemundo. >> the watch party outside. still ahead, the rise of foe instababy. how couples are using social media to make their dreams come true. true. >> steals and deals to m still a chance here. it's willingham, edge of the box, willingham shoots... goooooooaaaaaaaallllllll! that...was...magic. willingham tucks it in and puts the championship to bed. sweet dreams, nighty night. as long as soccer players celebrate with a slide, you can count on geico saving folks money. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. pressure, what pressure? the players on the... pressure, what pressure?
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happy wednesday, cooler temperatures across the bay area but it will be hot for a lot of our inland air i canreas. 87 in san jose and high in oakland today 76, napa 89 and 78 in san francisco. more humidity by friday. a little more cloud cover. dry air comes back for the weekend and temperatures remain the same with upper 80s extending into next week. highs will continue in the 60s and morning clouds and fog can be expected for the next several
days with afternoon sunshine and breezy winds. let's get an update on the commute from mike. we do have a crash south 880 at the top of your screen so that's a little bit unusual for the traffic there. oakland moves well. we are looking at the toll plaza. the fast track lanes have that. a little slow here. the issue is clearing by the time you get past 580 towards the golden gate bridge. back to you. >> thank you. final preparations underway. london breeds will be the first black woman to hold office. we'll carry that right here on nbc bay area news at 11:00 a.m. the world waiting find out who france will face in the world cup finals. you can watch at 11:00 on our sister station, telemundo
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it's 8:00 today, coming up, safe and sound. new details on the miraculous rescue in thailand and how it almost went wrong. >> flooding the cave quickly, divers screamed and headed to the exit. an update on the boys' conditions. >> plus a miracle in montana. when i looked down and saw the baby face down. >> police describe the moment when they found a five-month-old baby alive after being in the woods for almost nine hours. >> the only thing i can say about this whole thing is it was a miracle.
>> may the royals rise to meet you. prince harry and meghan markle visit ireland in their first overseas trip as a married couple. just the latest stop in a busy week for the royal family today wednesday, july 11, 2018. >> today is my 11th birthday. >> i'm here today to say, i love you grandma and grandpa. >> here with my boys from alexandria, virginia. >> hi, oregon. ♪ >> i'm here with my beautiful mom. >> my sister. >> my son sam. >> and our three daughters. >> we heard you singing, hoda. >> florida georgia line. >> yeah. welcome back to "today." nice to have you with us on a wednesday morning. al is out saying hello to everybody and we're going to join him. >> if you, by the way, would love to see your self in the
open, use the hashtag, twitter, we would love you to join the party. >> some that can't make a trip, it's a great way to be part of it. doctors say the boys rescued from the cave in thailand are doing remarkably well considering what they have been through. we've learned why this operation to save them was even more dangerous than first imagined. here is nbc's chief global correspondent bill neely. bill, good morning to you. >> good morning, savannah, yes, it was dangerous, daring. it could have ended in disaster. the divers are describing how the whole cave complex flooded during the rescue. a main water pump exploded. that sent divers screaming and sprinting for the exit. it was about two hours after the
final boy and their coach was evacuated. but the area that was dry in there is now completely inundated. this was a very close run thing. it was an emotional rescue for the divers, of course. i was spending some time overpass with them. they are emotional, they are overjoyed, they are exhausted. as for the boys, we now have the first image of one of the boys in the hospital overnight. they are well. the parents have been able to visit, some of them, in the same room wearing surgical masks and gloves and gowns for fear of infection. the last few minutes, the commander has been describing the rescue operation saying at one point they couldn't fight the water and the mud and they were beginning to lose hope. well, they didn't lose hope. this changed from mission impossible just a week ago to mission accomplished. savannah. >> all right, bill. thank you very much. president trump is in brussels this morning for the
welcoming ceremony at the crucial nato summit and he's already putting pressure on america's closest allies. during a presummit breakfast, he accused the other nato countries of failing to pay their fair share for defense. he singled out germany saying they are, quote, captive to russia because they pay moscow billions for oil and gas. the president's european trip will include a stop in britain where he will have an audience with queen elizabeth and face-to-face meeting with vladimir putin in helsinki. >> in the meantime the trump administration has made progress but fallen short of tuesday's deadline to reunite about 100 migrant children with their families. gabe gutierrez on the border in el paso with what happens now. gabe, good morning. >> savannah, good morning. that federal judge says the government is making progress but didn't meet the deadline.
the judge telling the government's lawyers that the dates he laid out are not aspirational goals. this morning a 3-year-old boy is back with his honduran father after spending nearly two months apart. the father, who didn't want his face shown, called their reunion in arizona an emotional moment. in michigan another little boy is all smiles back in his dad's arms. they are among the 102 immigrant children under five years old the government had been trying to reunite with their families by tuesday's court ordered deadline. but an estimated 64 children are still separated for reasons including parents with criminal records or incomplete verification. >> i have a solution. tell people not to come to our country illegally. >> in all, nearly 3,000 separated children of all ages are in government custody. health and human services secretary alex azar defending the care of the kids. >> it's one of the great acts of american generosity and charity what we're doing for these unaccompanied kids smuggled into the country or come across illegally. >> separated families are left playing a heartbreaking waiting game. in texas, a man from honduras was able to hold his daughter in his arms in a shelter tuesday
after a month apart. she still hasn't been released. >> what's been the hardest part? not knowing how she is, he says. the judge is asking for an updated time line for younger kids tomorrow. children five and older are supposed to be reunited by july 26th. hoda and savannah. >> all right. gabe gutierrez, thank you. this morning we're hearing from some of the rescuers who saved the montana miracle baby we first told you about tuesday. his mother says the five-month-old was wearing just his onesie and t-rex blanket last time she saw him. he was found partially buried in the woods alive, found in the middle of the night. >> the sound i heard was an exhausted, tired baby. >> yeah. >> who couldn't -- didn't have the lung capacity to try anymore. >> at that point we just started running.
>> a piece of clothing in bushes, baby formula, the breadcrumbs in a vast montana wilderness that led to the rescue of the five-month-old infant. >> i was literally taking a step, and i was about to walk on top of the baby's head. i heard the sticks crack when i looked down and saw a baby face down. >> officer jessop said they responded to a complaint about a disorderly potentially armed man in hot springs, montana. when officers arrived at the say francis crowley, high on meth and bath salts admitted he had crashed his car and buried and baby in the woods but was not able to tell the officers where. they feared the worst. >> i had prepared myself mentally to find a dead baby, if at all. >> but miraculously the infant survived more than nine hours in the western montana woods buried face down una pile of sticks and debris wearing wet and soiled clothes. >> the only thing i can say about this whole thing is it was
a miracle. >> the baby suffered just minor injuries and is now under the care of child protective services. crowley, who has an extensive criminal record, was emotional tuesday when he appeared in court. the infant's mother, who did not want to be identified, says crowley is a friend and was watching her little boy while she went to work. >> i just pictured him crying and cold. i was cold. >> the rescue, a joy for everyone. >> happiest 15, 20 minutes of my career. >> when i heard that baby murmur, i was so happy. i was more happy than hearing my own daughters cry for their first time. >> wow. can you imagine nine hours in the woods. you made a got pint out those rescuers, here and thailand as well. >> i know. it touches my heart, the humanity. just an impossible situation. you think there's no chance you're going to find somebody but we're going to look and go in in the cold and dark.
>> we're not going to stop until we do. >> you got a miracle in thailand, a miracle here. thank goodness for rescuers. >> the morning boost. would you like one? >> yes. >> this giant cardboard box showed up in the kitchen of a home in ireland. there was confusion about what was inside. the mom was told it was a gift for her. she went to work cutting it open. little did she know it was a surprise she would never forget. >> surprise! >> that's amazing. >> the woman's daughter now living in canada came home to ireland. she wanted to surprise her mom. after a little bit of terror, it was hugs and kisses. i have to say i was a little concerned about the scissors. >> we should also note that she didn't ship herself. >> exactly. that's so cute. >> nice boost. all right. much more ahead morning including prince harry, meghan markle taking ireland by storm. speaking of ireland, we've got some details on their first trip
abroad since the royal wedding. a growing option for families looking to adopt. >> with social media, you're able to tell your story in your words in little digestible pieces people can view and see. >> why people are turning to twitter and instagram instead of adoption agencies. but first these messages. d inst adoption agencies, but first, these messages. ♪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♪
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hours this morning. you can see the crowd back there getting pictures of prince harry and his new bride. it's their first overseas trip as duke and duchess of sussex. prince harry and meghan markle on a whirlwind trip of dublin. many events in 24 hours. >> i love megan, just beautiful. >> the trip requested by the british government, a sampling of irish culture and history with some high-profile hobnobbing. the couple sitting down with the irish prime minister, meeting the president, his wife and their two adorable dogs. >> we're so pleased to be here for our first international visit together as a married couple, and we hope it will be the first of many. >> all this in the middle of a
busy week for the royal family. the fab four, william and kate, harry and megan at the baptism. arriving side by side westminster abbey on tuesday. dazzling duchesses, meghan in dior and kate wearing alexander mcqueen, sharing a laugh on the balcony. watching a parade in the skies with a smiling queen, an epic royal air force flyover. charlotte once again stealing the show from a palace window with brother george. after that show stopping flyover, a quick wardrobe change, quick flight over here to dublin for a very quick visit. megan in a green givenchy dress then back to a garden party, the newlyweds sharing adoring looks. >> how is megan doing. >> i don't think she's done anything wrong. impeccably dressed, calm. the two at the gaelic games. by tonight, it's all england. the couple plans to be back in london tonight in time for that crucial game, england versus
croatia in the world cup where we're told they may be a few minutes later for the start of the game but they will be watching along with the rest of the country. guys. >> rest of the world. >> kelly, thank you so much. carson in the orange room. what's shaking? >> guys, good morning. this is a lot of fun here. police departments around the country are going viral with lip-sync challenge. social media that been flooded with videos of officers coming together to put on their best performances. here is a look. ♪ michelle pfeiffer that white gold ♪ ♪ if you want to be my lover make it last forever friendship never ends ♪
♪ what a feeling ♪ because i had the time of my life ♪ >> there's some good stuff, isn't there? check it out. here is how the battle began. it started with this officer from texas. he shared just a video of him singing a song in his car. this is where it all began right here, just exploded from here. the video from the tulsa county sheriff's office even caught the attention we noticed of carrie underwood. carrie tweeting, "these are my people. i'm so proud." the police lip-sync challenge are the most pure thing i've seen all week. so good to see it catching on and them having fun. >> several departments having there was a show called cop rock. cop rock was a live action
drama, but broadway musical police officers singing. it was terrible. >> produced by fox. >> right. >> let one fail. >> but maybe. flash dance police officer, but the police department doing it from the dunkin donuts, but 30 million views online. that's a thing. impressive, but the choreography is impressive. >> down the fire departments. >> we're going to start things off with this is us. back in the swing of things. cast and crew headed back to work yesterday. season three. dan sharing a snap from the first scene. see sterling k brown as randal. w summer craze, it's drake's "in
my feelings" dance challenge. chrissy metz said this summed it up. "this is us." season three september 25th. beyonce, this interesting, currently on tour with jay speculating they may be pregnant again. always speculating that. >> just report the pop star. >> performing the song bonnie and collide. hand on the belly. give it a slight little rub. smiling at the audience. walking away. you might remember she's doing -- is this teasing her fourth kid. i don't know. >> does look like when she did that. >> 2011 video music awards when she revealed. >> cute thing. >> well no, i didn't think so, but i see what people are saying. >> we've reached out to beyonce. i like that craig said preggers.
>> shows over. i don't know. finally selena gomez like you've never seen her before. five years old. talking on the phone about a homework assignment. she was, let's say, not happy about it. take a look. >> i have to do all this stuff again. i have to do it by myself. uh-huh. teacher said i got to do work. i don't want to be crazy. you got to help me over here. >> oh, that is too much. >> how old school the cordless phone is there. >> so much amazing about that video. there she is. selena at five years old. >> sassy. >> super cute. let's get the weather. >> yes, you are. okay. >> you can see we've got hot and humid weather in the middle of the midsection of the country.
flood threat. moisture continues in the southwest. rip current along the mid atlantic good morning, i'm kari hall, we have low clouds and fog for the coastal areas in san francisco. it will be cooler there today with highs in the upper 60s. for the inland areas it will still be very warm. in san jose up to 87 today and low 90s for the tri-valley. and up to the upper 80s for the north bay. heading into the forecast weather like this continuing through the weekend. >> and that is your latest weather. >> now to today's talker. a look at growing trend when it comes to adoption. nbc is here with the story. >> hey, good morning. about 135,000 children are adopted every year in the u.s. parents often navigating through an emotional journey, but social
media is now redefining the starting point. bringing together families across the country with one goal. finding a loving home for their children. >> from instagram and facebook to you tube, social media brings us all closer together, but for those looking to adopt, it's become a way to make their dreams of having a family come true. >> hope. parents now turning to instagram with hashtags like adoption rocks. posting pictures of themselves hoping to show a potential birth mother they make good moms and dads. >> with social media you're able to tell you're story in more words in little digestible pieces that people can view and see. it helping find that one piece of commonality. >> joseph and his wife cathy run a web advertising business helping procespecting adopters online.
they saw a need for such a business after adopting their now eight-year-old daughter who they found through a newspaper ad. >> trying to place ads throughout the country was really your only option. now, if i have a follower on facebook or a follower on twitter, instagram, they could be in michigan. they can be in tennessee. >> more than 30 state haves laws that in some way regulate the issue of advertising online in adoptive placement. roughly 70% are handled by public agencies. private adoptions have pros and cons. the prois direct contact with the parents. the cons. >> there's no requirement. there's no contract. there's maybe the risk of time and expense. and emotion involved before they know whether or not they get to parent the baby. >> i didn't know what to do at that moment, whether to hug them or squeeze them or run over to our birth mom and hug her for
giving us one of the best presents in the world. >> joseph, remembering the moment he and his husband gabe witnessed the birth of their first son. vice's birth mother contacting the couple after seeing this viral video. >> this is crazy we want to call you. >> an adoption themed parody of call me maybe posted by joseph and gabe in an attempt to find first bundle of joy. since then, welcomed a second baby boy. anna found her son using facebook. >> got to put your best foot forward. got to be yourself. got to be authentic. can't be something you aren't. >> vincent has an open adoption with his birth mother, kayla. lives in michigan. social media connecting these two women and now giving kayla the chance to watch her child grow up in a loving home. >> i'm in love with his family. they bring me a lot of happiness and i didn't really have that until i met them. i would never change it for
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everything you need for fun in the sun. >> we all love fun, right? >> yes. >> this is all about fun. there's something for everyone. let's start with nine-piece beach tote and towel set, retail $116. it comes in four colors. you get the tote and you get the blanket, which is sort of -- >> blanket, it's kind of perfect. >> if you're going to the beach, you can lay it out. look how great this is. >> it's not thick. it could be either, a towel or blank blanket. >> great for a gift if you're going to someone's home. $116, $32 for both, 73% off. really great deal. >> this is really cool. this is led flame speaker, $69.99. 5-foot tall pole that has led lights but you play it from your blue tooth. you play it from your phone. >> stop, a flaming speaker. >> led i should say that also
plays music. isn't that cool. >> i love it. carson daly needs this. >> see how it lights up. >> really cool, carried nordstrom, dillard's and other retailers nationwide, the deal $29, 60% off. >> that would be a fun hostess gift, too. >> if you're going to someone's house and you have an area you can't play music in, that's the perfect thing. this is crazy and major. >> i need this. >> pool candy pool floats retail $85. this screams fun, right? if you walk into someone's home. it's a set of four things. >> let's see where we are. >> if i can do this eloquently. i may never get up again. >> so savannah is chilling. you've got the tube, the ball and look at the sparkle. >> i'm dying. it's so good. >> and you get the drink holder. and if you look up here, you get
the noodle. this is a major noodle. my mom is like the noodle swimming queen. can you imagine? this is so great for a party. if you want this, go to today.com. >> that's not lemonade. >> it is not spiked at this hour. the deal $25 for the four, 71% off. >> i love it. i may never stand up again. avert your eyes, world. >> what do we have next? moving on, penguin set, $47 to $51. three books in a set. go on to see different ones, fiction, thriller, mystery. i still love picking up a book and reading. >> definitely. >> still my thing. retail $47.90 to $51, the deal $16. again, you get tlae books by all these best selling authors. >> cute. i love these bottles. >> they retail $48.
1 liter glass and soft silicone over it. pick from 10 different colors, zac, recei saks, sephora. obviously healthy to drink water all day long but also beautiful to carry around with you. >> you drink more water if you have a cute water bottle. >> i think if you wear a cute outfit you make better plans. >> workout outfit. here are the products once again. beach totes and towels from nine space, flaming speaker, floats for pool candy. i die for them. book sets from penguin random house. water bottles. the promo code for all of these deals is summerfun. you can find them on today.com. jill, thanks. look at you. you are living your best life. up next midweek motivation from self-made millionaire. what he wants you to do right now and you can start crushing it in your own life.
upgrade online now. we're back with multiple success stories and unfiltered advice on how to make career goals come through. speaking of remarkable and self-made, stephanie ruehl. >> here is the question, what is your dream, owning a sports team, opening a store or getting a promotion. the question is how to make your vision a reality. this man, gary v gary vaynerchuk inspiring by doling out unusual wisdom. >> i'm a counter-puncher. >> he's unconventional. >> you like blaming something. >> unapologetic. >> suck it up, let's go. >> completely unstoppable.
>> there's a talent behind being good at people behavior. i have that. >> does he ever. with 2 million twitter followers, 3.5 on instagram, whopping net worth of $360 million, gary vaynerchuk isn't messing around. >> from the bottom of my heart, i want to tell you thank you. >> serial entrepreneur, speaker, author, mogul, ceo. >> that's the number one thing i would invest in. >> he's disrupting investors. >> if you want bling-bling, buy the jets, work. that's how you get it. >> vaynermedia is an empire. >> just an ad agency. if you watch "mad men," we're just doing the best job of the 2018 version of that. >> the journey here, fully self-made. >> it's a classic immigration story. i came in the late '70s. my parents had nothing. >> boy from belarus moves to new jersey. >> baseball cards, classic 1980s
jersey boy hustler. >> he husbatled his e-commerce moving from liquor store to screen. >> welcome to live tv. i am your host gary vaynerchuk. >> what was your breakout going youtube. >> youtube is why live tv was the breakout. quickly followed by me exploding on twitter, being one of the first people with a million followe followers. >> his enterprises landed him here, there, everywhere. >> guess what one is yours. >> business bhooming gary plunged first into the social media scene and creating a one of a kind personal brand. >> this is secondary. this is primary. >> gary, you say the most aggressive things i can think of and it never seems to hurt you. >> my intent is better. they are on defense, i'm on offense. >> how are you not willing to take a step backwards? because of other people's opinion. >> you have high emotional
intelligence but it's something we don't see traditionally in men, because it's not part of male culture, not part of how the business world works. do you see that as a disadvantage to your peers? >> 100%. i think it's why i'm winning. i'm not playing in the middle. >> now cameras follow his every move every day on his very bob later daily vee blog. >> this is a time for risk. let me tell you what's way for scary than failure, regret. >> in crushing it, he says with the right approach any one of us can create a new cash flow or become an influencer by embracing, not bemoaning social media. >> everyone telling us why platforms are back, have we quantified people who found organs, love, good that happened because of the internet. we're fear mongering, pessimism, glass half full time right now. i'm not. see you at the finish line. >> want to join him?
how do you maximize your day. >> self-awareness. above anything else, if you don't know who you are, you're finished. if you're not brave enough to tell your parents, siblings, spouse, children and the world that i'm this or that, you're finished. >> okay. here are gary's top tips to up your game, whatever it is. be way more self-aware, more patient. stop complaining or feeling self-entitled millennials and do not ever forget that your word is your bond. what do you think? >> i'm so money away by this guy. >> wow. >> i wish he could get more confidence. >> truly this guy, an immigrant moved to new jersey, struggles in school but believes in himself. positivity is his message. he owns everything he does. >> i think it's really inspiring. >> just boundless energy. i've seen some of the stuff online. i don't know when he sleeps. >> by the way, gary, he's here. >> what? >> he's going to be joining us in the fourth hour.
wednesday morning. today's style. summer means a lot of time outdoor. celebrity hair stylist is here with the tips you're going to need to fix for the four seasons of your biggest hair headache. hey, girl. >> that's true. >> thank you for coming. we need you. >> you're about to show me something. >> when i'm with celebrity clients. onset. little tricks i do. one is quick spritz on top. take the can and kind of hair spray. shine spray. you just roll it over. the aluminum locks it down after you do the hair spray. >> quick little fix.
yes. >> sfra apray and lock it down. >> people love this look. how do you get it. >> we make cocktails. we'll take a cream and jell and mix it together. this is really cool. mark anthony true professional. define and defrizz curl cocktail. two caps. do you see that. you can pick and choose if you want define or if you want to defrizz. when it comes out, look at that. both sides. >> both sides come out. >> you get a little bit of both. put it together and define natural curls. >> before picture too. >> doing this when it's wet. >> a little damp right now. little bit when it's wet. and a little bit when it's try. little in takes the frizz and makes it curly. you go one curl at a time to really between them. >> smells good too. yes, smells amazing. wipe that off here. got a towel. perfect. now, i love braids.
braids for the summer are perfect. if you're looking for a look for the pool. if you want to create a really good texture. this is great because during did day when it's really hot, take the hair off your neck. too hot out. >> undue the braid and look how cool the texture is. so this is amazing. it's a day tonight look. look at the beautiful beach texture she has. >> how do you keep that. >> this is another little trick i love. a little bit of hand lotion. >> hand lotion. >> yes. >> in your hair. >> yes, a little bit because it's very similar. so if you don't have it, you've been out an the beach all day. little hand lotion. use a little of that and it just defines the little edges. >> it looks awesome. >> and it stays. >> it's a beautiful natural beach waive from the braid. >> take us down here. >> this is another thing that when you're doing your -- you've been out and have a lot of product on your hair. this is detox. really cool. botanical detox conditioner.
>> this is not a dry shampoo. >> no. this is look at this product. it's volcanic clay. her hair is wet or dry. >> in the shower. apply this directly on. leave it on like a mask. what the clay does it actually eliminates any oils. so it's cliek a clarifier. imagine the clay mask for your hair. >> yes, you put it on, leave v leave it on and rinse it out. >> then you rinse this out. >> what is the final result when you're done rinsing it out. >> you have more volume. this is the result. getting rid of any buildup. any product you had in there all summer. >> hair texture, what does it work on. >> really great about this product. you'll see this as a trend in a lot of beauty products right now. no sulfates. no fray grens in this product. works for everybody. >> let's talk about our scalp. >> this is another thing i love. there's so many ways to recreate
a dry shampoo. this one i really love. this is rice flower. when your cell phone gets stuck in the water and you put it in a bag of rice. this is a little bit of rice flower you can put directly on your route. >> this is what you do if you don't want to wash your hair one more day. one more day out of it. >> and what if you're a prugh net. >> this is incredible. this is just adding a little bit of cocoa powder. >> and it smells so good. >> you really put that in your hair. >> you mix it in with a little baby powder. just a little to give it color. all you're going do when you apply. this is baby powder. take a little bit. you want to lift it. and ut it right in at your root. this is just regular makeup brush. takes the oil out. lifts it and you get more volume. >> if you're a brunette, you add a little cocoa. >> that sounds good. thank you so much for your help. check out today.com. we're back in a moment.
right now? >> what. >> celebrate birthdays. >> a great idea, if we knew somebody -- i'll do this. friends at smucker's helping us out. cecil, outstanding baseball pitcher from ohio, the secret to longevity, he walks two miles every other day. the end of the week, he's six miles from home. ro rosa stephenson, pineville, west virginia, never lost a game of scrabble. happy birthday to fermin yep, eight kids, six grandkids and another on the way. lawrence stewart plays any kind of sport, featured in his high
school's athletic hall of fame. miss margaret jordan from syracuse, new york, 101. stays active by working out on the elliptical every day. i love it. certainly last but not least, ac bean of troy, alabama. spending his birthday with two kids, four grandkids and eight grandkids, and i like that hat. there you go. >> love that, al roker. a big fourth hour. kathie lee is back. finally came back from ireland. we have to celebrate national ice cream month, music and we're going to pitch your passion. people coming in with things that are hobbies and trying to turn them into professions. we have professional. >> gary v. >> yes. >> like shark tank. >> if you're wondering where savannah went, she'll be joining mei )m marcus washington.
conduct the ceremony. we'll have more at 11:00. and crews are stimfighting a brush fire. cal fire says it is now 90% contained and 100 acres are burned. internationally, president trump is meeting with nato 4r d leaders in brusz ms, also new video from thailand showing the boys rescued from the cave smiling and waving in the hospital today. they're all doing well. in just two hours, england will play croatia in the world cup semifinals. starts his u-k v
good morning, everyone. welcome to the show. i'm megyn kelly. for over a week now the world has been watching with hopeful apartmen anticipation as a daring rescue was under way to rescue 12 boys and their soccer coach. a daring rescue. last night, success, as the last two came out to freedom. it had been incredible to witness. nbc's bill neely has been right there for us with daily updates including this one. wat watch. >> reporten