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. he is quite a guy and quite a character. >> he is a con man. >> what do we do to make sure we keep democracy intact? ♪ ♪ >> wow. they are heroes. good morning. welcome to sunday today on this march 3rd. i'm willie geist. we are keeping a close eye on another major winter storm with 80 million sitting in its 2,500 mile path and show you where it's hitting and when in a moment. president trump this morning sounding or unscripted more than two hours to the crowd at a
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major gathering of conservatives on saturday. the president mocking the accent of his former attorney aernd questioning the mueller investigation and his summit with kim jong-un. we have live at the white house. another big milestone hours ago for spacex and nasa. the dragon capsule docking successfully at the international space station. a big step forward in getting a manned test flight into space as early as this summer. later, a sunday sit-down with one of the most powerful people in the world. youtube ceo in a week when her company has received unwelcomed headlines over its content, a conversation about the challenge of policing a massive platform where 500 hours of video are uploaded every minute. some people say why not get of the videos and the conspiracy of the videos altogether?
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>> we want to keep a nice balance between freedom of speech and enabling people to get their point of view but then also pointing out these are athorou aauthoritative sources. let's begin this morning with this coast-to-coast storm that is about to hit. more than 80 million of you, the second storm of the weekend bringing snow, flash flooding, even the possibility of tornadoes. meteorologist maria la rosa is tracking all of it for us. maria, good morning. >> good morning, willie. yes, march being march and already under way. we have snow in through the plains and pushing into part of the midwest. ohio valley, across the south heavy rain here. the threat for severe weather. as you mentioned, 81 some million of us under some kind of winter weather advisory all the way from colorado clear on over through new england. it wouldn't be a march winter storm without a severe side. dangerous storms developing as early as this afternoon across parts of the south from alabama
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in to georgia. we are talking damaging winds and even the threat of some isolated tornadoes. of course on the northern side, it is the rain and the snow. and some icy mix. the rest of the day today, see the storm develop in d.c., new york by this evening, boston by late tonight, after which several inches of snowfall. how much are we looking at? a pretty good stretch of 4 to 6 inches of snowfall all the way from parts of the mid-atlantic on up in through new england. you see the hot pink and more like 6 to 8 inches. behind this incredible cold. some areas 45 degrees below average for this time of year! that could set some records. >> maria, thank you. we turn to politics now. president trump capping an extraordinary week by speaking on saturday to thousands of supporters at a conservative conference in maryland. the president holding court largely off script for more than two hours. nbc white house correspondent jeff bennett has more for us.
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good morning. >> reporter: good morning. the president's address to our friendly audience was a two-hour tour of his favorite talking points that included unscripted and profane at times attacks on his political enemies but he commented on robert mueller and mr. trump accused the special counsel team of investigators of being stacked against him, as the probe appears to be winding down. ♪ >> reporter: for president trump, a welcome refuge at the political action conference. >> you know i'm totally off script right now and this is how i got elected by being off script. >> reporter: during his two-hour script, mr. trump railed against the special counsel russia investigati investigation. >> all of a sudden, they are trying to take you out with. zoo mo z
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>> reporter: mocking his former tong jeff sessions. >> as you know, the attorney general says i'm going to recuse mice. i said why the hell didn't he tell me that before i put him in! >> reporter: and his appeal to russia to hack hillary clinton's emails was just a joke. >> because with the fake news, if you tell a joke, if you where sarcast sarcastic, if you're having fun with the audience and if you're on live television with millions of people and 25,000 people in an arena and if you say something like russia, please! if you can, get us hillary clinton's emails! please! please, russia, please! >> reporter: the president directly contradicting what he told nbc at the time. >> does that give you pause? >> no, no pause.
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>> reporter: the president say the u.s. is -- the u.s. has announced an end to the annual large-scale joint military exercises with south korea as nbc was first to report. u.s. defense officials tell nbc that the trump administration is ending the military drills as part of an effort to ease tensions with north korea. the kim regime views these exercises as preparations for a military invasion. look. this is a major concession to the north koreans coming after the nuclear talks between trump and kim broke down with no agreement. >> that move drawing a lot of criticism today as well. jeff, thanks so much, at the white house. chuck todd is nbc political director and the moderator of "meet the press" coming up shortly. the president had two hours and two minutes to get off his chest at the cpac conference and no deal with north korea and three days of system from his longtime lawyer undermining the president
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of the united states. what was the president up to yesterday. >> >> i think more than feeling it in the moment. i think this was a sort of president who needed to let some steam out, a bunch of stuff had been building up. remember, it was the middle of the night for him when michael cohen testified. michael cohen leveled a lot of charges. he didn't feel he could respond very well in real-time, so, i mean, what was amazing about that speech yesterday, willie, if you took every trump rally speech and put it in a blender, you would have gotten that speech, because every single grievance he has ever had against the media, going all the way back to the inauguration crowds, was in that speech. so look. sam nunberg who worked for this president for a while said michael cohen's testimony will bother him more than anything else because it was so person and i think we saw that yesterday, the president's anger at kocohen, came through, i thi,
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quite a bit. >> we have in jeff's speech, the lock her up chants were back. let's talk about michael cohen's testimony that we saw on wednesday out in public view in the house oversight committee. what dyou think, chuck, is the impact of what michael cohen delivered to congress this week? >> i think it means congress has got a lot of leads to pursue when it comes to the trump finances. the trump organization. i think the new york investigation is going to haunt the trump family for years. but what is not clear is if there is anything cohen is going to deliver to congress that is going to convince enough republicans that all of that, short of a russian conspiracy charge from mueller, all of t t that, is that enough to take the president out before an election? and i think that is the question i think now sitting on this -- sitting in front of democrats and sitting in front of republicans. it's clear this thing is going to be rough on the president for years. and maybe the trump organization
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never recovers. but is it politically lethal? >> we saw franklin explicitly republicans not believing a word cohen said because he had appeared before congress previously and lied to them for which, in part, he is going to jail. let's talk about the people wanting to take president truchtruc trump's job why 2020. bernie sanders in the state of new hampshire this week, new hampshire poll showed him on top. the only person who was close to him was joe biden who is not even in the race at this point. it feels to me like the party over the last four years has come closer to bernie sanders' vision for the country in terms of socialist democrat view of the world. he is more than a spoiler this time? is he a legitimate threat to become the nominee of the democratic party? >> i think you have to assume he is.
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it's possible -- let me see if i have this rye. extraordinary large field and one candidate has a more devoted following than anybody else and that devoted following, while not a majority, seems to be stubborn with him and it's enough to win a crowded field nomination. where have i seen that movie before? that is a scenario that i think is not to say it's the most likely scenario, but it's a legitimate one for sanders where he could be like trump and 30% the entire time is enough to win this nomination. >> that movie ended at the white house last time. >> it did. >> chuck, thanks. look for much more on "meet the press" when chuck discusses the cohen hearings with republican congressman jim jordan and a senator who also questioned cohen, democrat mark warner. breaking news overnight from new orleans. as mardi draw kicks off, two people killed and seven more injure wh when a car plowed into him blocks away from a mardi gras parade. the driver was charged with
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vehicular homicide among other charges. there will be no charges filed against two officers who shot and killed an unarmed black man last year in sacramento. you'll remember there was public outcry at the time after the officer said they thought 22-year-old stephon clark had a gun that turned out to be a cell phone. clark's mother now says the dachlt has failed and that she has has lost her faith in the justice system. another historic step overnight for the private company space x. the dragon capsule docked at the international space station a short time ago. morgan radford is following the latest developments. >> reporter: this docking is a big deal for spacex making it another successful move set to pave the way for a new era of sending humans to space. >> dragon doing everything on its own. >> capture confirmed. >> reporter: earlier this morning the spacex crew dragon capsule docked with the
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international space station. another milestone for a mission which, so far, has had success at every stage. >> ignition. liftoff. >> reporter: beginning with a spectacular launch saturday morning. followed by the reusable first stage guided to earth for a perfect landing on a ship 300 miles out to sea. this unmanned mission, a critical test of the dragon crew vehicle that nasa hopes will carry astronauts to the space station this summer. on board is a mannequin named rip ley. american astronauts have not liveded off in an american astronaut since the shuttle program was retired in 2011 and since then they have been hitching rides on russian vehicles and not surprising, today's success drawing praise the president. and good for spacex as well who, despite dozens of successful missions, is still trying to
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shake the 2016 explosion of their unmanned falcon 9 rocket. plus the pr drama caused by their owner elon musk who raised eyebrows after smoking pot during a live interview last year and forcing nasa to order a complete safety review. today, relishing this victory. >> i believe in the future of space and i think it's important space prank civilization and out there among the stars. >> reporter: the crew dragon is expected to return to earth on friday. spacex is hoping to send up a . n launch as early as this it's foggy out there. this camera is showing you what should be the bay bridge. satellite radar showing the majority of that rain that moved in overnight and even a couple
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sprinkles this morning out to the east. we will see on and off again showers for this afternoon. as you get ready for your day, grab an umbrella. it might be breezy. upper 50s through the afternoon and lows of the week, including the star of the michael cohen hearing this week. a guy destroying a full pizza in the background of a live report. the little hockey squad whose biggest challenge of the game was just getting onto the ice! later, a behind the scenes visit to "sesame street" on the show's 50th anniversary year to meet the man behind the music and the grammy winners who record his songs. >> you know, i just got to put my own style on a song and it's a dream coming up. >> it's all coming up on "sunday today." our photo of the week as we head to break, the moment everybody was talking about after the
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♪ today's the daisy for cottage cheese (cottage cheese) ♪ ♪ today's the daisy! with the highs and the lows of the week. i got good ones for you. are you ready? >> i am ready. >> our first high goes to hero of this week's michael cohen here on capitol hearing on capitol hill. hint. it is not any politician in the room. it was a college kid out in the hallway, watch out this cbs news reporter as the guy sets up shop right outside the government oversight hearing committee room. and just goes in on a full pizza. someone tells him he's on tv, he slides out of the frame which was a bummer because we wanted to see him polishing that thing right off. turns out he doesn't work on the hill. he is a georgetown student who wanted to see history and woke up at 5:00 a.m. to see history. good for him. he earned the nickname halfway
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pizza guy. his pizza choice is a store being offering a hallway pizza. ocasio-cortez chimed in, the hearing was nine hours and there is little/no time to eat. >> my favorite moment was when he realized he was on tv and you process it with them. >> i love the order of a full pizza going at it. you go, man. here is another moment of the week. a bunch of tiny adorable kids. let's get you out to the action in canada. in the 7 and 8-year-old league everybody is going down as they negotiate that big step onto the
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ice. the one who lands on their feet celebrate like they just scored the winning goal. one coach for the blue says the staff have lifted the boys out. the boys said we got this. turns out they did not have this. let's see if the jocks make it even better. ladies and gentlemen, your bedford blues. ♪ >> all right, it is a little better. i just want to play it. >> i like the kids with the hands jumping out. i'm with it. >> i did it, i stayed on my feet. our next high goes to a 79-year-old guitarist goddess named beverly watkins. ♪ so when beverly showed up with her guitar to play at the rock camp in atlanta, the students
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did not expect to see that. turns out beverly really is a rock star. she's something of a legend in atlanta, having played over the years with james brown to b.b. king and ray charles. she will turn 80 next month. you have to watch the whole thing, she's incredible. >> i know you are north of the mason dixon, down south this is how we get down. she did us proud. >> our final low goes to the driver of the gray sedan blocked in front of the fire hydrant. you're blocking the hydrant. here is what happens when you do that in anaheim, california, fire rescue needs to connect to the fire hydrant. this went viral. the firefighters were able to suppress the kitchen fire
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through the illegally parked car. >> i don't know how i feel about that. that was tough to see. >> you got to put the fire out and don't park in front of the fire hydrant. that's what you get, don't do it, morgan. >> coming up next, a sit-down with susan wojcicki on renting out her garage years ago on a couple of guys of the dream of google. more than 500 hours of videos are uploaded every minute. harry smith in alaska with the adventure and the star of this year's i dditarod doing sl race. morgan and i are ready to answer your questions on live television, send us your best and weirdest on twitter and facebook and instagram with the hashtag, #sundaytoday and we'll dig through our mails after the show.
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here is a live look outside -- fremont good sunday morning. here is a live look outside at fremont. cloudy skies at 6:26. thanks so much for joining us. i'm kira klapper. vianey arana has a look at our microclimate forecast. >> we have cloudy skies, showers moving in overnight and some fog out there. look at the limited visibility. down to about two miles in santa rosa. less than a mile in livermore. santa cruz mountains down to about three miles. remember, don't turn on your high beams. keep on the low beams and regular headlights. satellite radar showing the majority of the moisture from
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that storm that moved in friday night into saturday and saturday night now over into the east portion of california. we're still seeing plenty of instability out there. that's why we're tracking the possibility of continued scattered showers through the afternoon. we have stormranger up and scanning. just some light drizzle. here's what you can expect for today. a chance to see on and off showers throughout the afternoon. dealing with breezy conditions and temperatures in the upper 50s and low 60s. we'll take a break from the rain at the beginning of the work week. we're tracking three storms as we head in towards the work week. this is tame compared to what's on the way. >> thanks. now to a strong arm robbery, a chase and a car crash disrupting a quiet bay area neighborhood. it began late yesterday afternoon on meridian avenue. officers responded to the report
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of three young women shoplifting and a male accomplice who pushed down the clerk who confronted them. when police responded, the thieves took off in an suv as police chased them through the streets, a helicopter helped in the per suite. a half mile from the gas station the suv crashed through the fence of a veineyard. >> the car went through the vineyard, three girls got out and hopped the fepnce. >> police arrested the three women. teachers in oakland are heading back to their classrooms after seven days striking out of the classroom in san marrone they may just be beginning to walk out. oakland teachers will vote to officially end their strike today. as part of the agreement they will get an 11% raise over four years. they'll receive a one-time 3% bonus. the agreement also would limit class sizes and put a halt on
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charter schools. a different story in san ramon. teacher s voted to authorize a strike if their contract issues are not resolved. a statement from the district says in part we had two positive meetings with srvea leadership last week, and we remain committed to the negotiation process and hopeful we can find common ground. a community meeting is planned for wednesday. coming up this morning on "today in the bay," a local man killed in a skiing accident. and now his family wants him to have children postmortem. we'll have that and your top stories and weather at 7:00. right now back to "sunday today."
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i know that i was wrong and i know it because i got caught. for too many years i was loyal to a man when i should not have been. now i know how khloe kardashian feels. >> ben stiller returning as michael cohen on "saturday night live." a former writer at snl hosted with musical guest thomas rett. this week, youtube was at the center of a controversy that shined the light on the company's challenges in watching over a massive library of user
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generated videos that grow by the second. some advertisers fled the site after comments were flagged under video on children. youtube responded. youtube launched in 2005 and it caught the eye of the google executive named susan wojcicki, she bought youtube for $1.65 billion. last year youtube was valued at $160 billion. wojcicki, a mother of five and daughter of a polish immigrant. forbes listed her as the most powerful woman in the world. we got together outside san francisco for a sunday sit-down. >> it may not look like much but that's a piece of internet history. it is the first video ever uploaded to youtube.
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today 500 hours of videos are uploaded to the site every minute and two billion users log in every month. >> i can see that this was a very different kind of content than what we have on tv. people wanted to see it. we can have our own version of hits. >> charlie gets his finger bit and the entire world has seen it. >> ah! charlie! that really hurt. >> people didn't see at first this was something that's going to be big. >> susan wojcicki had an early eye for companies that'll change the world. in 1998, she rented out the garage of her california home to a couple of guys named sergei and larry who were working on a little start up called google. i wish i could say oh, i saw them, they were so brilliant. no, i just wanted to cover the mortgage. >> that's all it was.
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>> initially that's all it was. i began to use their product and there was a moment i was at work and it was so early in google's life and the service went down and i thought well, i can't do my work because it is becoming so essential to me. i don't know where the lightbulb went off, i thought it is important and i really want to work here. wojcicki left her good job intel to become employer number 14 at google. >> if i had join earlier -- >> in 2006, wojcicki convinced google that the company should require youtube. >> only a moron would buy youtube. >> not if you are keeping track of everything. >> exactly. >> youtube grew along with the careers of creators who have found a new platform to spread their work. from a lonely island guy -- to
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justin bieber. and k-pop sensation, psi whose gangnum style video was the first ever of 1 billion views. youtube also created a new kind of celebrity as famous and wealthy as rock stars. >> let's open it. >> ryan does the toy reviews made $22 million last year at 7 years old. does that stuff bhlow your mind that your platform allowed a 7 years old to play with toy to make $22 million. >> it is amazing when i hear the story of creators, people who did hair and makeup and wood working and turn it into a career and we are constantly growing. the number of creators, for example, who are earning six figures come from youtube grew 40%.
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>> youtube communities have started major trends and beauty. >> the power of makeup. >> launched the nearly billion dollars market of watching other people playing video games. and then there is the slime. >> we have probably moved the glue market as a result of all the slime videos. youtube is not just entertainment. >> all of a sudden the arab spring is playing out on youtube and the president debate was taken place on youtube. >> youtube is known for initially the cat videos. we started seeing this is a platform that has this far reaching implications. we are focused on the responsibility that comes with that. it is a big responsibility for a massive global platform that relies on billions of everyday users. since the time of our interview,
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companies including disney, at&t and hasbro pulled their ads on youtube of predatory comments on videos of children. >> i am making this video of only one intention, that's to bring awareness to this. >> youtube responded, we took immediate action by deleting accounts and channel and reporting illegal activities to authorities. the company announced on thursday it will disable all comments on videos featuring young children. the issue of policing content that grows exponentially by the day remains youtube's greatest challenge. >> we committed to have 10,000 people focus on controversial contents booy the end of last year. we also use machines along with the people. >> how do you guys decide or how does a machine decide what should or should not be youtube. >> we release and say it is our new guidelines. where he constantly refining them because the world is changing. when we make changes to our
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policies, we consult with experts, whether they are experts in child safety, experts in law enforcement or understanding where is the best place to draw the line. >> with the recent spread of fake news and conspiracy theories online, youtube also is working to contain misleading content, the company announced in january its algorithm no longer will recommend conspiracy videos. >> there is the question of what kids see when they go look for things for school. if my kids want to research 9/11, for example, they may see some stuff that comes underneath that i don't want them to see, conspiracy videos and things like that. have you guys address that? >> we have youtube kids app. we are careful about the content that's in there. we also enable a number of tools for parents like the ability to turn off search or limit which
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videos they are seeing fchlt you look at our main app, we want to make sure we deliver the right information to people. when there is breaking news, we use authoritative sources. we'll link to and put in the video of information that comes from wikipedia so that users can get context for the videos they are watching. >> it is critical that we are on the right side of history. >> wojcicki ranks among the most powerful woman. she's near at the top of the list that's still far too short. >> what else can we do as a society to get more women into this field? >> when we did research at google on this, the women who are successful are in tech now, someone in their life encouraged them. tech needs more women, we'll have better innovations and products. it will be better for society in the long-term. >> as i mention, wojcicki has five children and tries to make it home for dinner every night.
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youtube gives 22 weeks of maternity leave to mothers like her. to hear susan talk about the wild range of skills you can learn from youtube and the one that surprised her the most. check out our web extra on today.com/sunday. don't forget to hear the entire unedited interview with susan wojcicki, you can find it on our apple podcast. next week a sit-down with brie lawson as she decides to take over the world in "captain marvel,". >> coming up morgan and i will answer your questions. we'll get to as many as we >>right now we have a couple showers moving through san francisco. it's also foggy. 53 degrees right now. if you look outside your window,
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you might catch some fog. we're also seeing fog in the east bay and along the peninsula. you can see the majority of the moisture from that initial storm on friday is off to the east. we're monitoring off the coast where three additional storms will make their way in tuesday. light scattered showers moving through, daytime highs in the upper 50s, low 60s. next on "sunday today," the 50th anniversary of "sesame street" and the music that kept kids around the world singing for generations. ♪ you guys hungry? ♪ ♪
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♪ see this sweet feature? don't call it a spoiler, cuz it don't spoil a thing. oh look, you don't need to sell me. at carmax, they buy all the cars. that's helpful. this is just taped on for show. they'll still buy it. thank you. (alarm ringing) wake up to great tasting flavor. (alarm stops) belvita breakfast biscuits. flavors like delicious blueberry or decadent chocolate, gently baked in a tasty biscuit. (alarm ringing) belvita breakfast biscuits. it's time to taste the day. on november 10th, 1969, a new kind of educational program first aired on public television. tv were filling american rooms to reach children teaching
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preschool lessons through larger than life puppets and sketches and of course, songs. in our sunday spotlight, dillyl dreyer goes behind the scene with "sesame street." >> it sounds so familiar, it is like we were born singing that. ♪ >> sesame street is our wheel house right now. i have to say the majority of the time that i have songs stuck in my head from "sesame street." you are to thank for that. >> great. >> well, thank you, i am glad to help. >> it is always sort of becoming this guide for kids. >> for the last decade, bill sherman, the musical director at "sesame street" is the man behind that magic. >> when i put my hands-on the piano i would go here, c. sherman grew up on long island
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where he met friends and fellow music man manuel and amanda. he arrived on "sesame street." >> the first time i arrived on "sesame street" called "what i am." >> sherman has written more than 3,000 original works for "sesame" earning him three emmy awards. she's super funky and awesome so i started with this guitar thing. >> "thatsherman works to update classic sesame songs for a new generation. >> there you go. >> you kind of help me figure out the song ♪ >> i just got to put my own
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casey's spin on a classic "sesame street" song, it was seriously a dream come true. >> the songs of "sesame street" have taught millions of children abc, 1, 2, and 3 and colors and shapes. today complex concept like self-esteem and self control or perseverance are delivered. >> "sesame street," everything ises p is put through testing and what we kind is calls and responds and repetitions. >> do you think kids learn better from music? >> yes, it gives kids a reason to learn and a different avenue to learn if you associate a number with a rhyme or melody, it is easier to grasp onto or
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hold on to. when your kids are learning, i feel that's some sort of a success. >> with a 50 year legacy comes responsibility. >> i feel that i am responsible for keeping it moving and i love how important it feels and it is an honor to be apart of that. >> from "sunday today," new york. >> dylan, thank you very much. thank you "sesame street" for all that music for our kids. >> next on "sunday today," harry smith in alaska along with the idatra trail. >> when you are out there on the sled in the silence of the night time, will you be thinking of your followers, your ugly dogs? >> when it gets tough, i get strength from that. >> a life well lived, the grammy and oscar winning musician whose
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the famous iditara sled race
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begins today. this year one particular musher, adventure and rider and social media star is the talk of the race. harry smith caught up with her at the idatara ceremony upon saturday for our sunday closer. >> ready, set, bark. the dogs know it is race time. among competitors this year, rookie blair raven. >> are you ready? >> i am as ready as i will ever be. >> the challenge is in come henceable difficulty. that's why blair and her dogs have been training all winter, their sight. >> when you see the team dogs, they are barking and wild to go. the moment you let them go running, it goes silence. on twitter, he's a share of
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every aspect of her dog lives. she calls themselves the ugly dogs. >> a twitter troll told me to go back to my ugly dongs, karen, m name is not karen, i don't know where it came from. the fans of the team started calling them ugly dogs after that. the ugly dog havs have funded ad portion of $60,000 to get ready to race in the idatarod. >> some of her friends came all the way to alaska. >> from the time she was a child, she knew her true north was some where cold. >> i grew up in california and i always felt oh, i should be an arctic explorer. that should have been me.
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>> instead, she took a gap here at a folks school? norway, she's been mushing dogs ever since. >> you are looking at an incredible amount of dogs who are having a great experience out there. there is a team of vets that are getting checked out by veterinarian at every check point. it is every one's goal to have a safe and healthy experience. >> happy, oh, you are a star? she knows she will not be alone. >> so when you are out there on the sled and the silence of the nightti nighttime, will you be thinking about your followers, the ugly dog dogs? >> when it gets tough, i get strength from that. the dogs and i are not alone, we have an army of friends with us. >> for "sunday today," harry smith, anchorage, alaska.
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>> good luck blair, we highlight another life well-lived. i could not tell you what kind of musician andre previn was. he was a classic conductor and a pop composer and a jazz pianist. previn can do it all, he was born in berlin in 1929. his family led the nazis. by then, he was a prodigy studying at the paris conserve toir. his parents moved to los angeles and he became a united states citizen in 1943. he was drafted in the army in the 1950s and played in the band. his first job was with mgm studios, composing and conducting music for movies. he won four oscars.
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previn won 11 grammy awards over his career and crossed over his pop culture with his marriage. he served as music director for the symphony in houston and los angeles and pittsburgh. previn died on thursday at home in new york city, he was 89 years old. the russells travel to a different swim meet every saturday. but now... it's thursday. good thing they discovered gain flings. the only detergent with concentrated gain, oxi boost, and febreze odor remover. mmhmm. smelling is believing. and gain flings can hiya karate stink too. try new improved gain flings.
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all right, morgan is back to help us look through our sunday mails where we take your questions from twitter and facebook. let's start with our interview
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with susan wojcicki, jill k. from new york asked, what's your favorite youtube video, morgan? >> there she is, here is the rap, she's a queen. listen to me sing, he wants super size and a large onion rings. >> that's from "mad tv." >> i am going to watch it after the show though. >> that's key right there. >> it is amazing, right? >> mine is one o f the user generated one, remember david after dentist, the kid who was still on the laughing gas and the parents filmed him, is this real life as he was coming out of of his gas. >> oh, david. >> i think that had 140 million views. our next question comes from steven fox. he asked if you can compete on
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any reality tv show, what would it be? >> i don't know about the competition, i would be a cast member on 11 hip-hop for sure. >> what's your competition? >> "amazing race." >> i would like you to be in our team. >> i think we would win. >> last one, this is critical, when roasting marsh mellows, do you catch the whole thing on fire right away or hold it there forever until it turns to a nice golden brown. >> holding on fire. >> of course, you catch it on fire immediately. >> i am putting it in the flames and i am eating it in seconds. >> only way to do that. thank you for spending part of thank you for spending part of your mat redfin, we chargel see you a 1% listing fee.
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