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out nbc10.com. thanks for watching. good morning. breaking news, heavy rains producing flash flooding across the southwest overnight and now that threat is moving east. millions of people in its sights. chilling 15 isis supporters in australia, held after allegedly planning to kidnap and behead people at random. new day, new scandal. yet another nfl player involved in a domestic abuse case and de-activated from his team while more sponsors put pressure on roger goodell to clean up the leg another yavenlth has he remained silent for more than a week? and lost and found.
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a bridal party lost after hurricane odile. their family members finally getting the call they want. >> baby, where are you? whew! >> finally, it's thursday, september 18, 2014. from nbc news, this is "today," with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> good morning, welcome to "today" on a thursday morning with al roker, savannah continues on the maternity leave. >> we captured it live. that's amazing. >> they fell out of communication after hurricane odile in mexico. by the way the remnants of that storm now causing problems for people all throughout the southwest. >> it really is. it's going to continue. it is going to be a long lasting
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system. let's look at the flooding and the storming in the southwest. this el paso, texas. you can see the heavy downpours. they have flash flood warnings in el paso overnight. they have high water rescues. parts of i-10 shut down, it continues today as we show you the latest the remnants of odile stretching all the way to south of austin, getting caught up in this stationary front. we are watching this activity. it is falling. the rain will continue and continue. we are looking at during the day today that remnant low, that's what's left of odile makes its way slowly to the east. as it does heavy showers and thunderstorms will start trend ising over the area. we have watch, warnings from democracy into west texas as far east as austin, flood watches as far west i should say east as houston as well. rainfall amounts, though they don't look that heavy, but an
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inch-and-a-half to two-and-a-half inches per hour in the southwest and up to three to five inches per hour in parts of southeast texas. that's where we will be looking at the big flood threat. there is a lot of rain that fell overnight in arizona. that's where we find dylan drooi dwyer. that thing looks fierce behind you. >> reporter: it is fierce here, al, all this is washing through the nogales watch. a lot of the water in this watch is actually the rain that hurricane odile dumped on mexico. up the way a little bit is much closer to full. more bridges that cross over this watch have been closed. we are seeing a a little heavy rain twisting further east. some areas across the southwest have picked up closer to five inches of rain. now, we do still have flood warnings in effect for this area. the nogales unified school
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district is closed today. some residents are staying. because of all the sandbag and overprepping that theyday did. it was just ten days ago for better caused deadly flooding in this same area. they say this time they feel they got the bullet. we'll see what happens further into new mexico and texas where now the heaviest rain is moving out. >> dylan dwyer, thank you so much. again as dylan said, this is going to continue right on into the weekend as that system gets caught up in the front from the mid-section of the country into the southwest e. >> thanks, so much. now to a chilling area in sydney, they say people were planning on gathering up people if sydney.
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>> good morning. australian officials say the counterterror police intercepted a phone call two days ago in sydney between the two men. one is believed to be a high ranking operative base in the middle east, running a network in australia. of course, the key u.s. allie in the war on isis. according to police the order was to sew isis' reach by carrying out and videotapeing a public beheading of someone you say picked randomly in the streets of sidfully police say the plot had been in the worked since may. he raised the terror alert from medium to high. this is just the kind of nightmare loda the u.s. and its allies fear, they return from the fight to commit acts of terror at home. at at least one, it aheres, was
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caught in time. >> jim, thanks, so much for that report. >> in the meantime the nfl is dealing with yet another domestic abuse case this morning. jonathan dwyer now de-activated after being arrested. this after corporate pressure on the league and its commissioner roger goodell mounts. national correspondent peter alexander has the latest on all of this. good morning to you. good morning as the nfl tries to put this crisis behind them. one more arrest offering a new face of the domestic violence scandal. the arizona cardinals jonathan dwyer arrested after two tights in july t. alleged victim, dwyer's 18-month-old son and the mother. >> after he was physically assaulted. he took a shoe and threw it at an 18-month-old child. >> the woman denied dwyer was home. officers later learned he
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threatened to harm himself. >> the suspect's threat of committing suicides occurred in an attempt to keep her from calling the police. >> police say the woman had fractured bones and after another fight the next day, dwyer threw her cell phone out a window before she left arizona finally contacting authorities last week t. cardinals wasted no time releasing this statement, pulling him from all team activity. wednesday the carolina panthers announced greg hardy, the only player under scrutiny convicted in a domestic violence case is taking a voluntary leave with pay $772,000 a week. >> our overriding goal has always been to do the right thing. >> reporter: across the league, team officials are struggling to do the right thing t. right thing keeps changing be i the day. monday, vikings brought back adrian peterson fighting a felony charge after using a stick to discipline his son.
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>> we are trying to do the right ting. >> the plain stling we constantly strive as an organization to do the right thing. >> reporter: not making a public appearance in more than a week, collisioner roger goodell 18 months ago considered the most powerful man in sports. >> he is now invisible. that's part of the big problem with this going on. he's just not there. >> the league said jonathan dwyer's case will be reviewed under the personnel conduct. also, dwyer's teammates are going to face off against the san francisco 49ers and ray mr. clinton donald recently arrested for violence as well. >> peter alexander, thank you very much. a columnist with the new york daily fuse, good morning. >> hi, matt. >> he is facing withering criticism the most powerful commissioner in pro sports. yet he did not knock anybody out. he did not discipline anyone
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with a switch. how much spibt does he bear? >> he bears tremendous responsibility because now metaphorically, it's like he has been hit and the credibility of the league has been hit. he set himself up as the new sheriff in town for the national football leak. then he allowed prosecutors in atlantic city to take the lead on the ray rice thing. it makes me love when i hear these people stand behind due process him they are not a court. they're a great big fat company. >> the league says it wants to do the right thing. yet i occurs to bhae they are doing, they make a decision and stand back and wait for reaction. when that reaction is outrage, they make the opposite decision. there doesn't seem to be a moral compass. >> no, it's like they're making up the rules of the league on cocktail napkins. when they don't like the way the reaction is, they change them again. ray rice gets suspended for two games, it's incredibly
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boneheaded on the wrong side of history decision. now we see the video. well the circumstances of the case haven't changed. now he gets an indefinite decision. >> peterson reinstated. >> over the weekend in minnesota, they discovered due process. now, a friend of mine said yesterday if doing the right things were a drink game, they all would have pie united states by the end of the press conference base they told us 20 times yesterday, why didn't they do the right thing on monday when they re-activated them? >> mike says get your perspective. >> by the way, later in the show, he will answer your questions about the ffl. let's go over to natalie. >> hoda will take it. >> the suspect accused of killing a pennsylvania state trooper and injuring another, this morning, that search is expanding as we learn more about the alleged gunmen. nbc's stephanie goss has the
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latest. good morning. >> reporter: hey, good morning. this is the "wanted" most all over the town. it's on people's door, restaurants, on stores, three cafes but he may not actuallying will like this now, he ma have shaved the sides of his head and has a mohawk and getting ready for what they call his personal battle against law enforcement. while they search for him, this community is getting ready for a funeral. the lines to pay respects to the corporeal, a husband and father of two. >>s a difficult time for everyone. a lot to swallow in a short time. >> reporter: his funeral will be held today, his alleged killer search kicks in high geempl he's a survivalist with a passion for the militarily. he is accused of shooting two
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troopers, killing one, injuring the other. local schools are shut down. police sent him a warning. >> eric, we are coming with you. >> reporter: we spoke with his sister. >> he is not a psycho, he still a human and he has feelings. it's not our family's fault. according to a police affidavit, he was a member of his high school rifle club. his father said they trained him to shoot and le doesn't miss. the area where he may be hiding six state forests he knows well. >> it's very rural. there will be bunchs of places he can be if he's hiding. >> reporter: a man walking a dog sees his car. they found camouflage face paint, military gear a spent rifle casings to match the ones found at the crime scene. >> i am convinced he is engaurnlg gauged in a battle,
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particularly with the pennsylvania state police. we will likely stay focused on that fight. >> reporter: state troopers say the search area is expanding, crossing ore borders. they're asking people to lock their doors and stay vigilant. there is an area of pennsylvania known for vacations, not man hunts. they are waking up again and the guy is on the loose. >> frightening. stephanie goss thanks, so much. >> the house of representatives voted on wednesday to vote on president obama's request to fight isis militants. the amendment, however, does not include money to pay for the operation. lawmakers say the money already exists in the taliban budget t. u.s. senate is expected to vote on the lenlslation today. in an exincludesive interview with nbc news, iran's president issued blistering criticism of the isis militant group and president obama. he called the u.s.-led coalition against isis ridiculous.
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here's nbc's anne curie. >> reporter: good morning, the president called himself an enemy of isichls he also made clear he has attempts for president obama's strategy to fight it. what is your reaction of john kerry, he makes a statement that it was not appropriate to include iran in the u.s.-led coalition against isis? >> they have friends, various coalitions in the region. what have they achieved? this coalition is somehow ludicrous and it is ridiculous and there are people with these terrorist groupt now pence this coalition, they are countries who are financing these terrorist grouchls they have been financing these terrorist groups and in this coalition, there are people who are supporting them politically and they are equiping them with
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weapons. >> 'president said they would not rule out boots on the ground. >> he said that the who are boasting our shryans in the religious cities in eastern and muslims across the board this is the same on the page. >> i see, so there is a red lean and if those religious sites are if danger, you are seeing that eastern is prepared to defend them? >> we will use whatever cape 5e7b89. >> what else could be necessary? >> swlaefr necessary is very clear that we say the red line, it means a red line. >> reporter: washington has faint hopes it can harness to
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some degree with isis. president rahani dashed those hopes soundly. >> two suspects are waking up in jail this morning after a wild police delays through the streets of los angeles. police tried to pull ore this van after it was reported stolen. the driver wouldn't shop. police performed a hit maneuver. the suspect kept on driving at one point on the sidewalk. the suspect allegedly hit a dog. he is now recovering at an animal hospital. eventually they surround him and took him into custody, fortune smiles on a math teacher to win the $1 million grand prize on "the wheel of fortune." she correctly solved her puzzle and a loud noise after she calculated the odds, the math teacher said she had at best her
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probability was low. a huge celebration there. >> that's a lot of laughing right there. >> don't you love a teacher wins! >> what's the you aulways want o hear. good for her. >> mr. roker. >> besides the rain in the southwest, things are relatively quiet. we have conditions in northern new york state. showers in the pacific northwest. plenty of sunshine in the plains. we're going to get to your local forecast coming up in the next 30 seconds. right here. with a control pad that can read your handwriting, a wide-screen multimedia center, and a head-up display for enhanced driver focus. all inside a newly redesigned cabin of unrivaled style and comfort. ♪ the all-new c-class. at the very touch point of performance and innovation.
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♪ another fall-like day for us. plenty of sunshine. temperatures stay below average between 73 and 76 degrees. sunny and nice. we are going to cool down as we head into tomorrow. so well below average with increase in our clouds. take a look at saturday and sunday. football fans for saturday for temple, we are going to see temperatures at 77 degrees. 84 on sunday. perfect tailgating conditions for the eagles game. we cool back down into next week. . >> and that's your latest weather. >> al, thanks very much. a lot of people asking, could this be independent day for scotland? a vote is under way that asks voters if it's time to brick away from the u.k. nbc is there in edinborough this morning. with more on that, kelly, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, matt. the numbers are incredible.
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nearly every person in this country who is eligible to vote is registered to vote today and this headline really says it all. day of destiny. across scotland they're finally checking the box, yes to indianapolis or no and remain a part of the u.k. >> it's so exciting, very, very exciting. >> reporter: it's been a two-year battle. at times loo light-hearted, but not always. you're from texas? joel goldblatt is a british citizen voting yes, le says, for scotland's children. >> we are this close to achieveing the dream of indianapolis. >> reporter: something 17-year-old archie understands. >> it seems like we got a future now, something to look forward. >> reporter: for others a question of identity. >> we're not british. we're scottish.
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>> reporter: on the flipside, these 5 nouchl nos say they're british and scottish and want to stay that way. they were in that crowd. >> yes, enough said. if it goes wrong, we will lift the balance. >> reporter: 300 years of tradition or something new? kilt maker howie nicoles streets tradition with a twist a. passionate "no voter" who changed his mind. how does your wife feel? in there my wife is english an she's up north. >> reporter: so are you still talking? >> yes. >> reporter: and this morning, andy murray, tennis champ finally weighed in, in a tweet. he said, huge save for scotland today, campaign negativity swayed my view. let's do this. matt. >> oh, wow. thank you very much. carson is here with big feuds from our friends across the street at ""snl.""
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. >> guys, take a listen to this familiar voice. >> it's saturday night, it's live. >> the delivering of that line, 39 seasons as the announceer, he passed away last month. it is announced that "snl" darryl hammond will be taking over that gig. he was great on the show, he was there from '99, he did over 100 impressions. he actually filled in for don pardo when he was sick and don pardo's own family couldn't tell he wasn't there. here's what darrell said this morning, it felt right for me to be the one to replace him. i didn't feel it was coming. >> you can watch him do a great job right here when it kicks off the season september 27 wth
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ariana grande. coming up the new under surveillance video of a missing university of virginia student and why police are now looking for a man seen putting his arm around him. would you step in if you saw a young child walking around alone? the eye opening results of a camera, the rossen report. first this is "today" on nb (vo) if you have type 2 diabetes,
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roads. >> hi there, vai. intestate 95, things are slow here at cottman avenue. our drive time is 39 minutes from woodhaven road to the vine street expressway. from oaks to 202 moving slowly on 76 and blue route. christine, thank you. a water main break in the tacony section of philadelphia is causing problems for drivers in that area. nbc10 on the 6200 block of g gillespie street it's like a river. an eight-inch water main broke and crews are there working on repairs. we'll have another update in about 25 minutes. of course, you can get the latest news and weather on nbc10.com. we'll send you back to the "today" show right now. i'm vai sikahema. have a great day. we'll see you in about half an hour.
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♪ my love ♪ there's only you in my life ♪ the only thing that's right ♪ my first love ♪ you're every breath that i take ♪ you're every step i make ♪ love. >> i could watch this all day, this was the lip sync challenge between gwen stefani and blake shelton. it's fantastic. >> i think we should show it and
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roll it. i love what they do. it's incredible. >> he has bigger bts that fit the parts. >> boots. >> she has a huge crush on blake shelton. she learned something about him in that segment that heightened the romance. >> i feel i cannot love him anymore. we will reveal in trending why there is a little more of make to love. adam levine will be here. blake next week. >> meantime, flooding rains from hurricane odile were washing auto rods in part of the southwest. part of texas were hit hard with another five inches of rain. >> another player has been arrested in connection with domestic violent. jonathan dwyer is charged with aggravated assaults involving fights with his 18-year-old son and the boy's mother t. cardinals have deactivated dwyer from all activities. >> rob ford embattled mayor has
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been diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of cancer. she has been hospitalize all week after complaining of stomach pains. he will undergo 40 days of chemotherapy. they are optimistic. a bridal party lost in hurricane odile finally returns home. the family gets the good news and found out they were safe. >> later, carson has more of his interview with jennifer aniston. she will reveal how she spend her time when she is not making movies. >> what could be a big break in the desperate search for a missing university of virginia student. new under surveillance video released tied to that case. >> reporter: good morning, this is the area where police now believe hannah graham was last seen late last night. they started looking for the man that they believe was likely seen talking to her just moments before she texted her friend she
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was lost and the second the cell phone went silent. overnight they released under surveillance showing this man following hannah graham in a downtown pedestrian mall. two minutes later graham is seen walking with the same man following her. shortly after it was released, police say the man in the video showed up at the police department and admitted following hannah because she appeared distressed, physically intoxicated adding he wanted to make sure he was okay. the man said he never talked about her and stopped fol her after he saw another man approach and put his arm around her. he told police it seems the other man either knew hannah or were trying to help. they are now looking for that man. meanwhile, other under surveillance images show her from earlier that evening outside a monita irish pub where she is seen walking by herself
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but never goes pence the bar. ten minutes later the second year uva student can be seen running then walking in front of this charlottes villegas station. police say no one seems to be chasing her. a frustrating police chief wednesday begged for answers. >> i'd be very disturbed that someone in this downtown mall did not see that young lead. pick up the phone and tell us something. >> students painted this plea for their classmate's safe return. meanwhile, graham's parents issued another statement wednesday saying it is totally out of character for us not to have heard from her, and we fare foul play. i had a chance yesterday to speak with the parents of a 20-year-old woman abducted and killed in this same area in 2009. they told me they feel a special kinship to heather graham's parents. at this time the police insist the cases themselves are not connected. nonetheless they have looked at the area, that rural area where
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the first woman's remains were found. they are also asking people who live in this area, especially if they own large tracts of land to inspect their property as well, matt. >> craig melvin. thank you very much. >> let's get a check of the weather now from al roker. >> besides the area that we have been watching from the relevant nantz of hurricane odile. we have more activity in the mid-west and the central plains. if you take a look right now, we have heavy showers and thunderstorms-to-peca and tulsa, mostly cloudy skies and by the afternoon we are looking at sunny skies, temperatures in the low 70s. much of the country fairly dry today through the northern plains, the great lakes, northeast as well. a few showers hi, i'm "first alert" meteorologist brittney shipp. another fall-like day for us. plenty of sunshine. temperatures stay below average between 73 and 76 degrees. sunny and nice. we are going to cool down as we
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head into tomorrow. so well below average with increase in our clouds. take a look at saturday and sunday. football fans on saturday for temple, we are going to see temperatures at 77 degrees. 84 on sunday. perfect tailgating conditions for the eagles game. we cool back down into next week. that's your latest weather. on to a very happy homecoming after a frightening scare for families in california. natalie has more on that. >> that's right. 8g women traveled to mexico for a bachelorette party. they became stranded by hurricane odile. they had no way of reaching out to their families until last night. here comes the bride, finally. the families of a california bridal party are breathing a sigh of relief there morning after hurricane odile slammed into cabo san lucas, mexico sunday stranding them without cell service. the bride and her seven bride made arrived after odile clobbered the popular resort
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destination. they were unable to reach loved ones until last night. >> there there she is, there she. >> baby, where are you? you're landing where? you're landing in san diego right now watervliet! >> reporter: ending days of anything sit and frausstration. >> are you on speaker. >> we love you, honey, we have been so worried. >> reporter: the women were among the 40,000 tourists stranded after the category 3 hurricane left many without power and clean drinking water. >> the town of cabo is destroyed. we are lucky we actually got a flight out. >> at least now we can get on to planning the wedding two months from now. but a happy ending there. >> the situation is dire there. >> at least until october 10th, probably longer. and small fishing boats along the coast there. >> yeah. >> coming up on trend, nick cannon shows the world what $2
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million shoes look like. guess what. we have them in the studio. >> are those yours? >> i think they're your size. >> could. >> when should you step in, a report using hidden cameras and a young boy all alone to see if people will help him out coming up right after this. with one small catch. .
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. >> we are back. would you notice a young choild wandering around on his own? would you get involved? jeff rossen is here on what is i think an alarming social experiment. >> good morning. for those parents especially, school is back in session. so this is an important warning. kids wandering off from school or getting separated from you somehow. we see the headlines across the country all too often. likely, you'd think a stranger would see your child alone and say "are you lost?"
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don't be so sure. this 7-year-old boy made headlines when he rode the subway five days straight. they were finally reunited. are we that oblivious? our hidden cameras are rolling. what we found is on eye opener. from the carnival to the park to the beach boardwalk, would you notice this little boy walking all by himself? to find out, we're wiring him up with hidden cameras and setting him loose all on his own. will anyone stop him? at this carnival, he goes on ride after ride after ride. for the mom or dad in sight. he even bought his ticket with his own money. can i get three tickets? >> $12k3w4r she never questions him. >> thank you. >> in fact, for the one at the carnival stops him. we showed our foot annual to
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child safety advocate john walsh. >> as the father of a murdered child it's very disturbing tore me. it only takes a predator a minute to identify a vulnerable child, swoop. in you may never see your child again. >> on this boardwalk, not much better. our boy wandering around for more than an hour, no one stops him. so what will happen when he walks up to them. >> excuse me, do you want me to take your photo? smile. thank you. >> and the women walk away. so we upped the stakes again. we tell him to ask these two strangers for directions. >> excuse me, do you know where the bathroom is? >> i know there was one over there it was way over there. >> okay, thank you. >> they never ask he was by himself. did you notice he was by himself? >> he seemed comfortable, confident. >> it didn't concern you? >> no, broad daylight. everyone is around.
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>> his real mom is watching everything from a distance. >> i think it's scary. i understand if this had truly happened the likelihood of anyone reaching out and helping him, if he's not breaking down and crying it's zero. >> they're not going to be breaking down and crying. kid are so vulnerable. they're so trusting. they're so incident and you don't want the badgy to come up and say i can help you. >> reporter: look, maybe everyone here has beach brains. how about a much quieter park, our boy walking past these women pushing a stroller, listening to this musician, no one even looks twice. now we take it up another notch, telling our boy to sit alone on this packed bench. the minutes pass with no guardian anywhere in sight. no one says anything. >> jeff rossen nbc news, did you notice this child next to you, he has been sitting without a parent for several minutes. >> i actually did think why he
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was sitting there byments. >> reporter: you never said anything? >> if there was something bad happened, i would have stepped in. >> i would think i would notice a child sitting by. it makes me think about it for next time. >> by the way, they saw our boy is alone, they don't want to be accused of creepis in, experts say ut got to get past that. if the boy was younger? >> my older boy is 11. now he walks home. he can walk home all the time. i don't actually let him. >> he looked more distressed lick he was scared or lost. >> experts say at that age kids won't always dos that. we like to think they will be screaming. kids like to seem like they're in control and figure it out for himself. >> here in new york, kids go to school all the time, my niece went on subways and buses all te aloan at that age.
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>> if it were younger, i would think that's more alarmling. >> we will test you out. >> coming up, jennifer aniston opposite up with carson, why she says her 40s are the best years of her life. >> carson is ditching the smartphone for something a little older. we need air ♪ it's not every day that you find yourself at the corner of "a little flu shot" and "a world of difference." when you get any immunization at walgreens, you'll help provide a lifesaving vaccine to a child in a developing country through the un foundation's shot@life campaign. thanks to customers like you, last year we helped supply three million vaccines to children in need. this year, help give even more. it's easy at walgreens. simply get a shot. and give a shot. at the corner of happy and healthy. before we craft it into a sandwich.
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>> way, way back to the very first cell phone. >> we are going back. tomorrow the big day. it will hit stores everywhere. people will be in line for weeks. the record breaking 4 million in pre-sales. on this throwback thursday, we went into the vault to see what kind of conversation was happening 20 years ago about
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mobile phones. here's what we found. 11,000 new people are signed up every day. >> every day? >> here's a brand-new mobile phone. the next choice have you is a transportable model. you can use it virtually anywhere. it's the fastest growing times of phones are these portables. very easy to use. very handy, you can put them in your pocket or your purse. >> 11,000 a day. this was the first one. the battery lasted if you are lucky 30 minutes. >> that would cost us about $10,000 with inflation, by the way. there is chris with a mere selfie. there is an old phone. >>
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>> announcer: "nbc10 news" starts now. good morning, i'm vai sikahema. i'm sure you're enjoying this very pleasant day. let's get our "first alert" forecast with meteorologist brittney shipp. we're going to warm into the midsfep-70s today. 71 on your friday take a look at the weekend. a last-minute summer warmup. temperatures topping out at 84 degrees on sunday before fall starts monday and we cool down. >> let's check in with traffic with christine maddela. christine. >> hi there, vai. 202 there is about accident i want so show you about. it is off to the side but causing a slowdown between 96
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and route 30, and 95 slow at cottman. we could see new developments in a case of a gay couple attacked in center city philadelphia. detectives have interviewed several persons of interest. the fourth person shoupd to give police a statement last night. this come after police released video of the group. one of the witnesses said the victim threw the first punch but the victims say that's not true. one man believed to be involved was fired from archbishop wood coaching job. we'll have another update in 25 minutes. of course, you can get your latest news and weather on nbc10.com. we'll send you back to the "today" show. i'm vai sikahema. have a great day. we'll see you in about half an hour.
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. >> coming up, addicted to the internet. >> it's really therapeutic for me. >> in our special series the secret lives of teens, how social media has quickly become a dangerous obsession for millions of kids, plus jennifer aniston on life after 40. >> it just gets better. i know it's sort of a cliche. it really does. >> the hollywood star sits down with carson to talk life, love and what she calls the best years of her life. >> the winner is -- >> matt franko. >> we will check out the new talent of "america's got
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talent." here, thursday, september 18, 20 2014. >> here here for the "today" show. >> hello fans from alabama. >> good morning. >> today we're in your neck of the woods. >> i'm in your neck of the woods. five people. good morning, thank you. thank you. >> we're making an awareness today. >> louisiana, we're celebrating our birthday on the "today" show! >> we are back now 8:00 on a thursday morning to you, the 18th of september t. year is 2014. we got a little throwback music to start this half hour from prince, that is "raspberry
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beret. request itself. >> puree? >> beret. we need to say happy birthday, happy anniversary to the air force! [ cheers ] . >> 87 years young. you guys don't look a day of 50. >> thank you for coming. >> thank you all. >> thank you so much. >> all right. >> hey, coming up, the million dollar magician. matt franco crowned champion on "america's got talent." he will be here to daszle us. >> by the way, what are you holding? >> these two young ladies brought gift for my new baby. i don't even know them. >> how sweet. >> thanks, guys. appreciate it. >> look at this. >> london gifts. >> that's very cool. >> let's go pence, natalie has a
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check of all the stories. >> flash flood watches were up again from arizona, lousiana. the remnants of odile began creeping across the southwest, dumping record rainfall. high water forced the closing of several bridges in arizona, the worst of the weather is moving into new mexico and texas, where it will pose a flooding threat throughout the weekend. thousands of firefighters are making a heroic effort to protect people from raging wildfires. nbc's miguel almaguer is in reading. good morning. >> reporter: natalie, good morning the air attack will be used to reach hot spots. cruise on the ground find difficulty reaching. there are more than 12 major wildfires burning all across california. it's going to be a red flag warning today. which means it will be difficult for many of these planes to get into the air. still it will be an important asset to so many of these crews
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on the ground. some 6,000 firefighters trying to put out hot spots. more than 90 acres have burned across california today. there are several fires threatening home. just this week, more than 100 homes were lost north of where we are today. it will be a busy day, not just here on the ground, in the air, for firefighters putting out hot spots across california. natalie. >> we can see how windy it is where you are there. they will have their jobs cut out for them. police say they have foiled a chilling isis plot to seize random victims in sydney, australia and to publicly behead them. as thousands of police officers spanned out to conduct raids across australia, at least 15 suspects were detained. they say it was designed to show fear to show the long reach of the terrorist group. arizona cardinals running back jonathan dwyer spent the night in jail following his arrest wednesday in a domestic violence case.
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he's accused of assaulting the 18-month-old son and the son if july. meantime, defensive end greg hardy has taken a leave of absence from the team while he appeals his july conviction for assaulting his former girlfriend. by doing this, he appeals the league suspension and gets portions of $13 million salary. dare devils. they come in all shapes and sizes, meet reilly, a fore-year-old dakson. they parachuted back to earth. it sure looks like reilly is enjoying himself there. his owner says they will definitely be doing it again. let's send it being outside to al for another check of your weather. >> well, thank you very much, natalie. we have all of our friend hanging out here, three sisters, your dream is?
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>> to be here. together. >> wow. where are you from? >> newfoundland, can that. >> oh, newfy. we heard hoff you. yes, we vietnamlet show y-- we . these are remnants of odile causing big problems. you look at nogales, arizona, look at all the rain to the south of austin. this will continue right into the weekend. in fact, you can see as you look on the future-cast that low pressure. that's what's left of odile bushes in, albuquerque, santa angelo, del rio into austin, we got a serious flood threat through friday in no gales into huvenl we look for rainfall apples anywhere from two to three inches. locally, we could see up to three to five inches per hour in southeastern texas. so we've got to really watch over
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hi, i'm brittney shipp. another fall-like day for us. plenty of sunshine, temperatures stay below average between 73 and 76 degrees. sunny and nice. we will cool down well into tomorrow. take a look at saturday and sunday, football fans on saturday for temple, we will see temperatures at 77 degrees, 84 on sunday. perfect tailgating conditions for the eagles game. . >> and that's your latest weather. >> thank you very much. up next on trending, more of that classic lip sync battle between jimmy fallon, gwen at the phone and blake shelton. >> you got to see that, plus, alex bald win's wife on the cutting edge of a celebrity craze doing yoga everywhere. carson, over to you. >> when it comes to saving money, recurring bills are big issues for a lot of families.
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what are you doing down there? uh, watching a baby tutorial. (in an english accent) with your pea coat and your stomping around with your bobbies. is the audition to play a portuguese guy? no, british. oh... oh, oh, woooo! yes! did you just deliver? it's a no-go on the pierogis. kale chop? kale salad is out. frozen yogurt? what?!? honey, are you ok? she's being so nice. i'd prefer you didn't watch these when you're pregnant, sweetie. yeah... just right and left a few times. wow, you're really going for it. eyes are muscles too. perfect. i don't know... beautiful. i feel like it makes me look pregnant. honey? spectacular! you didn't even look. of course i did. what are you watching? oh, i love this scene. how late are we? it ended two hours ago.
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. >> 8:16. by the way, my first mobile phone is trending. carson, way to go. >> people are writing in. my first phone was in a
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briefcase. they are sending us pictures. my first cell phone you had to crank. first up if you are someone who techs while you are driving. we have said this is an awful thing to do a dozen times. people may have a tool a. company in virginia is developing a device that sends a radio signal out when someone is using their cell phone. similar to a radar gun. the technology can tell when someone is using it to make phone calls or tech messages. but the virginia pilot newspaper says there is still a lot of hurdles to clear including some privacy. >> it sounds like it can save lives. >> hop on the side of the road with that detector. >> it can be a deterrent for sure. have you ever run into a celebrity? you have been too nervous. they got a-list stars to reveal the strange things asked by
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fans. >> i said i was anne hathaway. they said no, they won't believe me. >> who are you again? >> even colbert loves you. >> you are my best friend, you don't know it. >> we don't want to talk to you, we just want to take a picture with you. >> did you ever have those moments? >> people always say, you look so much better in person. >> i mind the opposite. i was at the gym once, all sweaty and gross and coming out of the gym. a woman goes, you look so pretty on tv. >> i love you so much and i love oprah. you have the best season. >> wow. >> i can see that. >> we were in public and one guy comes up to al and goes willard! >> high praise, high praise.
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>> in just a minute, we will be talking to the winner of "america's got talent," matt franco. did you all happen to see nick cannon's blingy blingy shoes? the slip-ons. you couldn't miss them. they feature 340 carets of real diamonds. they cost $2 million. he happened to walk out of the sew with he loved them. >> these are mine! >> wow! >> they come in a pump also. >> there's just one pair in the world? they're not available for purchase? >> no. >> jay said the jeweler crafted the shoes especially for nick joining us. how is this whole idea and design concept come about? i said nick came to you said he wanted it. when did he ask for it? >> a little less than a year
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ago, he's never been afraid to step out of the box. he wanted a wow factor. something fitting for the finale of "america's got talent." >> they are heavy. they are heavy. >> his feet were ohurting the whole time. they are extremely heavy. >> are you wearing another man's shoes? >> oh. >> why don't you go bowl sfg. >> i have socks. i have those little baggys on my feet. >> these are really cool wachl are you go to go do with tell now? >> they will probably go on tour. he wanted to wear, he purchased them before the show. there will be an almost right afterwards, he will put them on tour and do nate them to charity. >> can they come with cletos? >> how long did it take to make them? >> it took over one year, over 200 man hours. over 300 diamonds.
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>> nice and cool. he's not going anywhere. >> we showed you some of this earlier the last time on the "tonight" show, my friends, blake shelton, gwen stefani, this is great. they staged a lip sync battle with jimmy. here's a little more of that ♪ all my love [ music playing ] ♪ nothing's going to stop us now ♪ hey ♪ it's crazy ♪ so here's my number ♪ so call me maybe [ music playing ] ♪ putting on the ritz
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♪ wait. wait. go back. >> come on. show the tap dancers. this is super [ music playing ] >> wow! >> really? >> that's real. >> he still has the moves. >> that's a bucket shot. >> somebody say take one. >> go back. . >> awesome. by the way, how adorable is blake shelton now? >> i may have a crush on him. >> yes! . >> but we like him. >> come on. >> i hate to say it. he watches the "today" show every day. he watches you guys. >> adam is here tomorrow. >> that's right. >> blake in 2 million cowboy boots. >> i'm sure he'd love those. that's what's
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. >> back with more of our special series the secret lives of teens, could your child be hiding an addiction to the internet? here's special anchor maria schriver. >> it's kind of like a full body buzz. i kept pushing out everything else in my life.
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>> reporter: in high school, andrew fulton was your typical good kid. a shy honor student and talented musician. but behind his family facts, andrew says he was an addict. not of alcohol or drugs but to the internet, surfing the web and playing video games up to six hours a day. what was it about the computer that hooked you? >> really like a therapeutic release. because you don't have to think about anything. all that social anxiety i felt in school just went away because i can be whoever i wanted to be. you kind of stay in that little high. >> reporter: his parents says typical teen behavior. >> it didn't raise alarm bells for us because he was still very successful kid. >> that's what teen boys do. they play games and it didn't jump right out and say, this could be aticketive. >> reporter: but in his first
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month at college andrew's habits spiraled out of control. >> i stopped going to classes and gained like sometimes 16 hours a day all through the night. sometimes i had like a piece of bread and cheese, that was my meal the whole day. >> it had such a hold on you? >> yeah. i kept doing it as long as i could. >> reporter: by the time his parents caught on. he flunked out and lost over 30 pound. >> i opened the door to a shell of a son, someone i didn't recognize. >> reporter: experts say getting hooked on the internet can be as debilitating as drug use. according to a survey, one out of ten people may show signs of internet addiction. well, to recognize this disorder in china. not so here in the u.s. the american psychiatric association saying further study is needed.
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>> i find it's a great puzzle because this is such a huge problem. >> reporter: hillary cash runs restart t. fishs international program for internet addicts him cloelt e loelted outside seattle, it's treated dozens of pen like andrew with same to hims. >> academic failure, poor few tristian. all these are the negative consequences of the videogame plays. >> reporter: is it like coming offer off a drug? >> for the first few weeks, i had trouble sleeping. i felt a little depressed and withdrawn. >> reporter: andrew says after six months in the program, with intensive therapy, regular exercise and monitors computer use, he's been transformed, gaining new confidence in himself outside the virtual world. >> what do you think will keep you sober when you leave here and for the one will be watching what you do? >> i think one of the big things
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will be self-respect and how harmful it was and i don't want to go book to. it's a scary subject for a lot of parents. can you find more on the warning signs of internet addiction on our website at today.com. tomorrow, maria takes a look at teens and prescription drug abuse. last night the finale of "america's got talent." in case you missed the moment as the winner was crowned. take a look. >> the winner of the $1 million and the star head headline show in las vegas is -- matt franco. >> that moment. that is amazing. how did it feel? >> just amazing. it's an overwhelming feeling. you don't feel thought. it's more a head-to-toe body feeling. >> the singer in there at the end, you pulled it out as the
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only magician. >> that's crazy. >> first magician to win? >> yeah, right, it's like making history. an unbelievable feeling. >> i know you have one trick up your sleeve for us. >> all right. well, matt. i made a prediction about you. it's on the being of the joker. the cards are all different. matt, stay stop any time as i ripple through the cards. >> stop. >> right there. >> i want you to take it. sew it to the camera, not to me. now i want you to imagine. take a tight shot. >> there you go. >> i want you to imagine how crazy would it be if the prediction i made matches the card you picked.n. would that be cool? >> you would win "america's got talent". >> 3 of clubs? >> there is not over. >> visualize your card right here visualize your card, one,
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two, three. look. >> good morning, everyone. i'm chris cato. our run of great weather looks to be continuing. let's check in with your first alert meteorologist brittney shipp. >> plenty of sunshine for us and a cool start to the morn. 52 as you head out the door. 60 in philadelphia, and atlantic city at 68. allentown will see a high of 74, 75 in cape may. and we have a look at your
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traffic now. an accident on 422 in montgomery county adding to the delay here. look at all of this red, 95 southbound from woodhaven road will take you 41. happening now a water main break in philadelphia is causing problems for people there. water was curbing down the 6300 block of gillespie street. people had no water service and some had water in their bablt. an eight inch main broke. we'll keep you posted on that and we'll have another update for you in about 25 minutes. you can always get the latest news and weather at nbc10.com.
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. >> 8:30 on a murs morning, the 18th of september, 2014. you know what it is, a perfect morning here in new york city. are you waking up as well, i'll matt lauer, along with hoda kotbe and al roker and natalie morales as well. >> jennifer aniston sits down
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with carson. everyone can use an exthat thousand, how to cut your expenses and save that amount by the end of the year. meantime, i'm busting. guess what we have coming next week. country superstar kenny chesney, a live concert. a brand-new album "american kids." the 25th of his kreempl i love that song. i can't wait for kenny to come to the plaza on tuesday. >> number one country fan right there. >> have you checked out savannah's facebook page? >> not yet. >> she's changeled her promo picture. take a look. >> man, it can't get any better. >> very cute. >> that is perfect. the definition of perfection right there. >> you don't even see her hand in the selfie. perfect. >> she's very talented.
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>> how about a check of the weather. >> let's show you what we got starting with today, into tomorrow. still remnants of odile is causing problems in texas. much of the country is from sunny skies. moving in saturday, wet weather in florida. a lot of moisture from the great lakes back into northern texas. hot in the interior sections of the northwest. sunday, sunday! look for rain upstate new york. back again into texas. the heat continues in the pacific northwest a. gorgeous day on the west coast, sunday, hymn first alert meteorologist brittney shipp. another fall-like day for us. it will be sunny and nice today. we will cool down as we head into tomorrow. well below average with an increase in our clouds. saturday and sunday, football fans on saturday for temple,
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temperatures at 77, 84 on sunday, perfect tailgating conditions for the eagles game. n. >> that's your latest weather. we got some friend here to talk about awareness. >> hi, we're half of people moving a common distonya debilitating, for the curing effort. we have awareness, visit www.dystonia.org. >> thank you for the shirt. very nice. all right, guys, back pence. >> thank you so much. a couple weeks ago, carson brought up the first part of an interview with jennifer aniston. >> mickey in "life of crime" is one of the roles the star turned 45 this year. her life off screen is busier than ever. you said recently it was awkward, that's strange, it's hard to find anything documented
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or awkward about you. >> actually the '90s were awkward. it was a just physically looking. >> what about your 40s? >> foertsdz are awesome. i love my 40s. i have a gaggle of amazing women i know if their late 40s and 50s and 60s and '80s now, who always say, it just gets better and i know it's a sort of a cliche. it really does. >> reporter: better for aniston also means busy yempl she served as a spokes woman for smart water for over seven years an more recently skin care brand aveeno. >> where do i wear aveeno? everywhere. >> when it colt to her famous feature. >> couldn't you copy my haircut? >> aniston is all in. she is front and center in the living proof ad campaign and right behind the hair caroline as co-owner of the business. >> i have been approached before
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by hair companies. but when they broke it down and brought up m.i.t. and the whole process they went to, to create this formula. i was so riveted. i thought, this is really exciting. >> are you in the lab? >> yeah. i go to bauvenlt i go to the living groups lab in boston and that's what's so much fun is these goes literally in lab coats an bikers and they show you all of the new technology and all of the few products that they're working on. >> what is the key to defrizz something. >> it's the molecule and some wonderful, do you need something? >> yes, can you evaluate my hair if in there your hair is so beautifully not frizzing. >> i can go through a win tunnel and it would not move. >> can i touch snit. >> sure. >> it's nice. >> the actress has been a long time supporter of st. jude's chin's hospital and amazing when
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it stands up tore cancer. >> cancer goes after the ones we love. >> it's not just about the moving side of it. it's about this use of power and success for good go yeah. >> that's important to you. >> it is important. it should be important. it's easy to rest on your laurels and go lay being on your lounge chair and have a margarita, watch the sun set. it's more fun to really foe you can do things. >> she's great. when you are younger they talk about quantity. in your 20s and 30s, in your 40s the call of your time crystallizes. that's what i got from her. >> thanks, for asking the fridzy hair question. >> i got it. it does feel great. >> it feels great. >> you are weird. >> i'd return the favor. >> coming up next, a few trend that has celebrities doing yoga just about anywhere. first this is "today" on nbc. our dad's a plumber. a business manager. and a stickler for homework. i'm john kane running for state senate.
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dad says the road to a good job starts in the classroom. [ lori ] he's a great dad who sees taxes going up but schools not getting the funding they need. [ john ] so i'd put back the billion dollars corbett cut from education and make sure corporations and natural gas drillers paid their fair share. time to close the loopholes for the tax cheats. dad thinks a lot about education. i'm john kane and it's about time harrisburg did too. i'm john kane i'm robert de niro and new york is my home. it's the best place to visit in the world and now it's the easiest, because now there are new tourism guides on the road, and on your phone that make it easier to find the places you love. find great dining, amazing history, and world-class entertainment, no matter where you are. take the ultimate road trip and see why i love new york. for more information, go to iloveny.com
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trend not with celebrities practicing yoga. it has been around a long time. now those poses are being taken to some untraditional places. today's new fitness an lifestyle correspondent brand-new jenna wolf has more. >> you have to come down with me. no more excuses. >> okay. exactly. >> we are talking yoga this morning. yoga is often associated with inner peace, is inner peace associated with the business streets of new york or the mechanic's shop or the grocery store? people in unpredictable places doing yoga has become a hollywood trend. leah michelle flying high. giselle bundchen, return rodriguez in a kick stand. it's the latest trend of the stars proudly posting their unique yoga poses on instagram inspiring fans to do the same. the most poseer of them all my
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be celebrity yogi alaria baldwin. i tracked her down. >> well, i start out like this. obviously. >> reporter: earlier, she launched herrio ba posture of the day, 165 yoga poses in the most unexpected places from the laundry room to the kitchen. each picture racking up thousands of likes on instagram. >> are you surprised with how quickly and widespread this has taken off? >> yeah. i definitely -- i didn't step out to do anything in particular, or do silly things. if that's what it takes to get people to go yoga then i'm game. >> reporter: not auto are on board with the craze, many call it self reflekt. you heard the criticism. >> any time you judge somebody and something that is making
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them happy, that's their weakness speaking. i'm going to say i'm sorry feel that way. i hope you do a couple exercises. >> reporter: for alaria, the opinions that matter most are those of her husband alec and their daughter carmen, they struck a pose or two. >> he has been in a couple of pictures? >> he has been in some of the picture. one of the things is he is extremely supportive. when he met me teach income this space. he was coming to visit me and peek in and see what i was doing. we have our, you know, what i think i want to do, what he thinks i should do. i go, who is the yoga buff you or me? >> alec your daughter was involved in a couple of them? >> yeah. >> does she understand what you are doing? she is about a year old. >> i don't think she understands. it's kind of weird. >> reporter: so we hit the streets of new york city in search of our own inner peace and what better place to find it than --
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>> i feel so strong. >> reporter: and after a little body repair, it was time for a post-workout meal. >> you mind if i pick up something for dinner? >> right now? >> why not. >> that can't be comfortable for you. >> i need some apples. >> reporter: so make mustard and yoga don't exactly mix. in the end i found then the presence in the most unusual places. >> i really don't have patience to doio gas,yoga. i feel mixing the inner peace with the outer chaos. >> how did people react to you getting contortist down the street. >> people react anyway. >> it's normal. you are so crazy.
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by the way, you can check out our good night's sleep poses on today.com. scandals rocking the nfl. first this is "today" on nbc.
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. >> 8:45. we are back with one of the country's most prominent sports columnist and author of books for young adults. 17th fantasy lee, about a guru who reaches national fame when an owner starts taking his advice. mike, good morning. good to see you. >> hey, matt, are you a fantasy to be fan? do you participate? >> my general manager is my son. i'm hoping things go well that we don't sister to make some changes. >> my chief competitor is my oldest. i might need your help. charlie is 12-years-old. he really makes a splash him tell me about him.
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>> his best friend is the grand.of the elderly man in the league. he starts making a couple of suggestion, which she passes on to her grandfather. one of them is about an ageing quarterback. it turns around the fortunes of the team. until the world find out that a 12-year-old boy has been defacto general. by the way the heart of this book is this. kids know more about this stuff. >> absolutely. >> every kid will think, i can do that. >> your books are great. you weave messages, there is a page there about second chances for that aging quarterback. also, there is this great theme in this fwhook you don't have to be physically talented to be talented at sports and charlie is that kid. >> matt, we talked a lot in my books. they come down to the big game. except this boy's brain, his passions, his love for football, knowing as much as he does about fantasy. it gives him a status in the 7th
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grade. that to me is essential to this book. >> a young lady anna in this book. right? there is another theme in the book. we saw it with mo'ne' davis in the little league series, here's a young lady. girls are interested in sports. we stop and don't think about that often enough. >> i love this friendship. she thinks she knows everything about football. they're constantly in conflict. even that friendship is tested throughout the book. she kind of lets it out he's the one calling the shots. >> i hope you write these books. "fantasy league" sit title. it has been anything but a fantasy start to the nfl. how much permanent damage has been done? >> i think a lot of permanent damage. this is something, arthur ashe once said this about his tennis game, a nick here, a nick here, you are bleeding to death thatry not bleeding to death.
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the they're like a boxer who has been hurt. what's odd to me this punch that is called the shot heard around the world with ray rice, it's like the league has been hit now. we will see how they respond. >> tweets, first question from ira kudis. why do the mlb, not have a fraction the nfl experienced? >> i think some of it has to deal with the violent sport. not as violent as this sport. we're not hearing about the statistics, the damage it has done to explayers as much in hockey. matt, think about this, in maybe i baseball, it suffered all of the bad headlines the nfl suffered,ed their be a congressional investigation. i sometimes think baseball is held to a higher standards. >> question number two from laurean nolte, should we hold these guys at a better level at the college level so they learn
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earlier? >> anyyoung athlete knowing these action versus consequences, then it's on them when they get on the big stage. >> everything we are seeing with these players, it makes you feel even better about derek jeter? >> we got to say good bye to him in about ten days. >> thanks. again the book is called "fantasy league." up next the secret to saving $1,000 by the 1st of the year. first this is "today" on nbc.
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. >> back now. how can you save $1,000 by the end of the year. carson is standing by in the orange room with questions about bills. we have some simple steps that you can take today that will quickly add up. sharon eperson is cnbc personal correspondent. easy, breezy things to pocket a thousand bucks? in there simple steps. >> let's begin. you say lose change, stuff in the bottom of the purse. >> put away 50 cents a day. over the next three months, you will be able save $46. one place to start. >> you say drive sensibly. >> a lot of folks want to get there as quickly as possible if are you an aggressive driver, that goes above the speed limit.
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driving sensibly can save you 5% on gas mileage around as much as $23 by the end of the year. >> it's adding up here, speaking of savings on gas, people should shop and save on gas, find the keepest gas, right? >> find the cheapest gas to shop and save. what i'm talking about is using the money you use on grocerys to save on gasoline. >> wow. >> there are many stores you can earn points based on groceries, for the average family of four that's $245. you get points and save on gas 10 cents a dplan. that can up to $33 by the end of the year. >> we are talking discipline. a little becomes a lot. people have to be disciplined, right? >> you do have to be disciplined. >> let's move on to our next one. you have turned down your thermostat. >> as it's getting colder, keep
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your thermostat at 68 degrees. few turn it at night, lower than that, you can save money on energy costs. as much as 5 morris on the heating bills. you think about many people spend over $6 billion. you can save as much as 50 bucks by turning down your thermostat between now and the end of the year. >> invest in a couple extra blankets. this one gets a lot of people. it works sometimes. you will think, i will grab something when i'm out for lunch. you say it's much better. >> it can add up. if you are spending $20 or so a week on lunch, it can add up quickly. you can save yourself as much as $140 by the end of the year. >> you have to invest. take the time to adjust to your payroll withholdings. sometimes we think we'd rather have the money in our hand now. >> a lot of people don't do this. one way to free up cash now so you can save and get to that $1,000 mark, definitely by the
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end of the year, adjust your payroll withholding. maybe you can wait until then. you need the.right now f. you adjust your withholding. go on the irs website, work it out. many people got as much as $2800 if refund checks last year. get that now. a little more than $700 between now and the end of the year. extra money for to you save to get to that $1,000 mark and put it away for retirement. >> we will not sit here. we will go to the orange room and talk to carson. we will find other ways, do you mind? come on in, we will talk to carson. >> she hangs out in here with you. >> we have been admireing the hashtag, if you can imagine the questions. col on this side. >> we sure will. >> let's take a couple. rachel wants to know, student loans or yikes. >> people don't understand there are a lot of repayment plans to take advantage of.
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one is an income-based repayment plans, go to the government's education website t. student aid portion, see if you are eligible for those, talk to a non-profit credit counsellor who can figure out the other parts. >> it's daunting when you see those bills. >> advice.org. cell phone, i absolutely hate paying my cell phone bill. >> we do this with our data. so one of the things can you do is manage that more carefully. make sure you are using wifi when you can. get the text alerts that let you know when you are close to going over on your data, check out which is the best carrier. there may be a low cost carrier. that may be a better bet. >> some people don't do, micromanage that data. >> when you have a child. the roaming charges the. >> the roaming charges will kill you. thank you.
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>> keep this going. hashtag get a plan. >> we appreciate it. >> take part in our live good morning, everyone i'm chris cato. let's get your forecast with brittney shipp. >> fall-like conditions will continue for us as we wind down the last days of summer. a look outside right now is a really nice start to your thursday. we will see temperatures pushing
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into the mid 70s. 54 in allentown and 54 in pottstown. a closer look at our average for this time of year, 78 degrees and today, temperatures reach a high of 75. >> about an hour from now funeral services will begin for the pennsylvania state trooper that was ambushed. brian dickson worked at the philadelphia barricks. he was shot to death last friday night. schools are closed again today out of concern that the killer could still be in that area. eric matthew frein is the suspect. his vehicle was found yesterday. police say he is a self-taught survivalist that has made comments about committing acts of mass murder. he used a rival to shoot
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officers last week. today philadelphia city council is expected to get final approval to decriminalize possession and use of small amounts of marijuana. being caught with an understand or less would be a fine, smoking in public would be a $100 fine.
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from nbc news, this is "today's" take, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza in there welcome to "today" on a thursday morning, september 18th, 2014. i'm willie geist along with al roker and natalie morales and tamron hall. >> it's the first time our studio is comfortable. mr. geist went to work. >> we have been trying to find that sweet spot. we started hot two years ago. we went the other way. meat locker cold. >> i feel good but i'm worried because i feel comfort also,
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which i means i'm worried you are cold. you are hot. >> when i start sweating. >> let's not complain yet, no, no, no. >> it's perfect right now. today, embrace the moment. >> we are talking about a terrible story this morning that we have been following closely in the last couple days, police have been searching for a missing university student named hannah graham. she went missing early saturday morning. police are looking for the man they believe was the last person seen with hannah. here's kind of the way things unfolded. 9:30 p.m. under surveillance shows her leaving her apartment to go to a party t. last time is 12:46 a.m. outside an irish pub. ten minutes later she is seen rung outside a charts villegas station, police say no one appears to be chasing her. she starts running and about
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1:00 in the morning, she texts her friends she is lost. her cell phone goes silent. police release video from 1:06 a.m., a man following her in a downtown mall area. >> this is a college town. >> two minutes later at 1:08, she is seen walking with the same man following her. after that tape was released, that man came forward and told police he never talked to her, but he did stop following her because he saw her, another man approach her and put his arm around her. the first man said he stopped because he was concerned about her, she was alone and didn't look in good shape. >> the press conference, long the frustration, obviously. you can hear, take a look. >> i'd be very disturbed that someone in this downtown mall did not see that young lady and has not yet called the police to report it. so we're hoping that there were
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people on the mall and i'm hoping that they're hearing my words and seeing my frustration and hearing the pain of the this family that's experiencing and pick up the phone and tell us something regardless of how insignificant you think it might be. >> wow. hannah's parents say it's totally out of characterer to not hear from her. they fear that foul play involved. the police are not ready to go there the foul play some the big thing the cops are looking at, who is that second man? the first man said i saw another pan with his arm around her. >> the creepy part about this is at least three other pooim women have disappeared there in the last five years. >> yep. >> they're suspects for each of those missing girls. police continue to maintain, though, there is no connection. although, it starts to be a pattern the route 29 corridor. one young woman if 2009 was at uva in charlottesville for a
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concert. they found her a few months later on a farm moninearby. >> we seen before cameras are not working. in the case, there are pieces. we see her, there is somewhat of a time line. to your point, al the law enforcement people here and their passion. can you feel that they care. this is to the just a job. this is someone's daughter who is feared missing right now. she deserves to go home to them. >> they do say cell phones basically go dead. she texts her friends, saying that she's lost. they immediately, the phone goes dead. you don't know what's happened there. >> the friend said there didn't appear to be panic. she said she is lost. she didn't indicate she was being pursued. >> if anybody knows anything. >> we have updates on the nfl
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ongoing crisis involving domestic abuse, child abuse, jonathan dwyer arizona cardinals is out on bond after being arrested and charged with aggravated assault after two fights in his home that happened back in july, by the way. the alleged victims are his 18-month-old son and the child's mother after the boy's mom was reportedly assaulted, he allegedly took shoe and threw it at the little boy t. allegations frightening, he denied these allegations, adrian peterson, nike suspended his contract with him saying nike in no way condones child abuse or violence of any time i kind. >> that is their statement. it makes them clear. peterson's mom, this is the big buzz, his mom lolita jackson spoke to the houston chronicle. she lives in texas. she says, i don't care about what everybody says, most of us discipline our kids a little
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more than we meant sometimes, but we were only trying to prepare them for the real world, when you whip those you love. it's not about abuse, it's about love. you want to make them understand that they did wrong. she said she and peterson have been barred with any contact with that child. >> whipping out of love, i don't think anybody agrees with that. >> it's ha ready to use the words whip and love in the same sentence, maybe a different choice of words, but it's -- even if it had happened in the past, you don't continue. >> there is a great op-ed in the new york times, michael dyson has written i don't want to get too heavy from a black perspective. he says a lot of these things go back to slavery and when you watch "12 years a slave" the horrible end of this movie, people beat human beings to make them work a certain way. people of color look at this
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whipping. look back at history and ask yourself who are you saying is okay? it's a remarkable op-ed. you should check it out. >> on a happier note, a happier ending, 8g women were missing since monday since hurricane odile hit cabo san lucas, several brides made stranded. they lost power, no cell service. good news, they couldn't reach loved ones because of that until last night. watch this, one woman's husband find out his wife is okay during an interview. >> it's great. >> they are in san diego. take a listen. >> people are on airplanes. >> there she is. >> baby, where are you? you're landing where? you're landing in san diego right now! whew! >> oh. that's relief! wow! >> there are 3,000 former
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tourists stranded there. now they have military and private jets taking people out t. airport is a shambles. you look at some of the pictures. >> it has been weeks. >> it will be mid-october before they get out of there. >> it's making a mess all over the place. >> we will show you a little later. it's causing problems from texas. >> we have to say it's a bad situation to be stranded. if i'm in mexico, i want to be stranded with my girls. >> not without power or water. >> liquor, with my girls. a girl party. >> it will only be good for a few hours. if you were complaining after your birthday party for an hour or two. >> i wasn't prepared, but, i was stuck in new orleans with gustav. that was pretty fun at the end,
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down the hatch. thankfully nothing happened. we had fun with the staff. >> here's a story that will have a lot of parents talking. at what age should your children be able play outside unsupervised. she was investigated for letting her six-year-old son play outside by himself. her son was about 150 yards from her home. she could see him across the way on the bench. it's a football field-and-a-half away. he had been out there with his 8-year-old sister. the daughter comes back to bring the dog home. the woman was out sorting her mail. she opens the door and sees her child with the neighbor. he says, i'm returning him, he
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was out there at the park bench all by himself, seemed to be unsupervised. >> so far, so good. wait. then, knock, knock, knock t. police show up. they start to question her, child protective services question her later on that week. >> so the neighbor reported her, not sure. i guess it's the first time she's met this neighbor t. neighbor reports cps statement. they say cps cases are confidential according to state law and what the reporter described to us meets the legal definition of neglect, in texas next neglectful vision. the mom goes on why when a neighbor sees a child, instead of hey, there is a kid playing outside, she is thinking of the danger rather than there is a kid playing outside enjoying himself, where is the freedom in being able to have your kids outside and play outside anymore? >> jeff rossen did that piece in
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our 7:30 half hour about a child by himself. look the neighbor i think did the right thing, bring the child. >> agreed. >> bomb. >> the question is, should she have gone further and reported it? >> why wouldn't she introduce herself? what happened? nice to meet you. come on in. >> it's the neighborly thing to do. >> don't call 911 unless you open the door and there are other things you see and the kid is scared to go home something like that. you say, hey, how are you doing? >> we don't tow what this neighbor is like. it's in austin, texas. we don't know what concerns there are in that area. that said. >> we know the mother was surprised the cops came. the men said. >> surprise! >> my son can now walk himself home from school if he wants. he's 11-years-old. he doesn't want to. when you are ready, can you do that. i'm glad, are you not ready, good, are you not ready. i think you have to let your
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kids have some freedom and indianapolis. in this case, 150 yards away, if something happened, if a dog came out and attacked that child, you would be in a position to do something like that right away. >> does it meet the level of neglect? >> i agreement certainly, it's not the neighborly thing to do. >> we were talking about this before. i remember i walked to school in the 3rd grade. you had to wait for the crossing gampld i was outside my parents' sight for a long time. >> when it was dark, you went pence. >> we live in different times. >> i have been from a rural community. we'd meet kids and talk about taking the subway and walk alone, isaiah visits, my nephew, no, look both ways. you are in new york city, he's 17. in texas, at least in our small area, something can happen anywhere, but the thing that sticks with me is the neighbor calling the cops. >> it's not a neighborly thing. i remember when i was young, we
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had the torchs. back in my day, we had something before we went to weather. watch this. >> here are the remnants of odile. look at the rain from arizona all the way into texas him we are talking some heavy rain right now. and it's going to continue. this, as this system makes its way to the east, we will be looking at strong showers and thunderstorms. in fact. we have flash flood watches around warnings, arizona all the way into texas. rainfall apples one to three inches. but there could be upwards of five inches her hour in parts of southeastern texas. that's why we have
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i'm first alert meteorologist brittney shipp. another fall-like day for us. temperatures will stay between 73 and 76 degrees. sunny and nice and we will cool down as we head into tomorrow. well below average with an increase in our clouds. look at saturday and sunday. we'll see temperatures at 77 degrees, 84 on sunday. perfect tailgating conditions for the eagles game. . >> and that your latest weather, up next, his sudden exit left his exshocked and out loud. natalie has something to speak ability. >> yes. >> dan stevens is back with two new movies, two good moifls i have to say. >> t it's the yoplait greek taste-off and we are asking the music city which 100-calorie strawberry greek yogurt is the next big thing. i'm a random lady with a table full of yogurt. want some greek yogurt?
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within we last saw him was relishing being a doting dad, then matthew tragically lost his life in a car accident. i'm still in recovery. it sent shock waves around the tv world. >> natalie is still in therapy. matthew is alive and well playing a mysterious soldier, with the family of a fallen officer in the new film" the guest" check it out. >> my name is david. i knew your son. we trained together. we served together. we became good friends. >> oh, would you like to come pence? >> thank you, bam. >> i know one thing, that's not a good idea. >> he's charming. >> you used to have an act sent.
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>> now i have several accents. what could be more charming tan british? southern charm. >> what brought you to this movie? >> well, i seen it, it's a playful film and i red "the guest," laughed from beginning to the end. i read it. it reminded me of all the films i loved growing up. the terminator films. i sat there with adam and quickly established our favorite films. as soon as we did that, we were off to a great start. it was a lot of fun making a movie that makes me feel good. it's a fun one. it's crazy. >> you are really creepy, you are far from matthew crawly. >> clarming and creepy? >> hostile at first. >> charming creepy? needing therapy creepy? creepy crawly.
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>> creepy crawly you are, indeed. >> was that a decision to walk away from "down town abbie" you thought it was a guest thing? >> i didn't know what i was going to be stepping on to. something in my gut told me it was time to explore. pack up my bags and head west. yeah, it's been a fun couple of years. >> you could be a life coach. that's a luge u huge leap of faith. >> in a raw way. yeah. and it has. it's been an interesting journey, sort of you know pushing envelopes and seeing what can col up with. >> you got another movie with lian neeson. >> it's intense, it's a suspense thriller that draws out all the way through. neeson is on fire. >> it's not too bad working with
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fix a water main break this morning. some people are reporting water in their basement. it was an eight inch main that broke. chester county has confirmed their first race of the entrovirus. it comes a day after we learn that new jersey also had their first case. we're still a few days away from learning the lab results. time is running out to claim a million dollar lottery prize. someone bought a winning power ball ticket from this stand one year ago today. if they don't claim it by the end of the day the money will be gone for good. get the latest news and weather at nbc10.com.
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. >> welcome back to "today," thursday morning, september 18th. i'm willie along with al, natalie and tamron. praise nationals, tuesday night, a fan tries to catch a baseball, oh. >> oh. >> takes it in the grill. >> oh, he's okay? nobody got hurt? >> no, nobody really got hurt. >> he's just fine. what can go wrong? >> i love the kid in the sweatshirt behind. >> oh, leave the hat. >> i'm going to be catching it right with the -- let's show you
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what's happening. do you know what could be happening over the weekend? we are talking a beautiful saturday or i should say saturday. we do have wet weather down through florida. we are looking at showers and thunderstorms, remnants of odile through texas, the west coast is looking great, warming up to 80 in l.a. 90 in portland the western third or eastern third looking good. southeastern florida looking on the wet side. sunday, sunday! we got wonderful weather, more rough weather for fork into texas and the southwest and again odile is just hanging around. the west coast aga i'm first alert meteorologist brittney shipp.
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another fall-like day for us. temperatures stay below average between 73 and 76 degrees. sunny and nice. we will cool down as we head into tomorrow. well below average with an increase in our clouds. look at saturday and sunday. football fans for temple on saturday we'll see temperatures at 77 degrees, 84 on sunday, perfect tailgating conditions for the eagles game and we cool back down into next week. . >> and that's your latest weather. tam-on-. >> good morning. welcome to my home. earlier, you were going to tell us where you think the germiest spot is. 51% said the ditchen is the germiest. so we will find out. >> the editor at large at shape magazine. good see you. >> you walk in, like there was a front door. it's a little germy.
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>> it absolutely is germy. are you walking in. your hands aren't clean. you hit the light switch, the door t. number one germ space is there. our tip is to disinfect the place once a week. >> is that the germiest spot? >> it's really important to know if you are going through a home renovation, a chip is to use copper fixtures. they are naturally anti-microcrowbarial. again, it's around 15 to $20 bucks. >> they are really lovely there they are very cute. >> you need to clean them in soap and water. >> so the kitchen is the germiest in spots. >> they are caught here on your
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sponges. they are moist. a good tip here is always wash this with hot water, wringt out dry every time. >> i'm freaking about it. i do it every week. i figured i would forget at some point and give up on sponges. >> put it in the microwave. >> that helps. i also wanted to mention that your drains in the kitchen tense to be dirty as well. you are watching the poulty, the dirty dishes. it's good to clean the drains once a week. >> what about the faucets? >> absolutely. it gets dirty because you put the dirty dish rag on there. you want to take it out and rinse it in white ven gar. you are get a natural anti-microbial. >> bedroom. >> the mattress can be harmful.
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in general, between seven to ten years of changes. the reason it might be harmful, you might yet back pain, health wise, the longer and older the mattress is, allergies, that causes coughing. >> what can you do if you can't replace the mattress? . that's the allergens, it keeps them at bay. >> stetd of using a bar soap, we rem you use a pump. however, it is the way to go. they're not as expensive as you might think. some are under 35. you want to make sure you are cleaning the few ets in the bathrooms once a week, if you are sick. >> you cannot sort the
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>> he will be joining us. >> exactly. >> he will be doing the show. we will stay with that. >> didn't he play drug dealer in "blow"? . >> over on cbs, it comes back. >> the last time blake shelton left town. we will find out he is traveling the country from coast-to-coast. also, he has never left the train station. >> oh, boy. >> i'm so excited. my favorite shows "scandal" will be on, the last time we saw olivia. she did come back to d.c. there will be dramatic events that brings her back as a fixer. there will be a few new places on the show. >> a really good show embarking
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on the final season. >> exactly. we have seen it all. but there will be a death in the family this season. get ready. it will be emotional. >> nurse, tim mcgraw. >> it is such a good listen. this is the first album. it's currently number two behind barbara streisand. we are looking to shotgun required, the tribute to one true love and then another song we are all loving is from diamond rings and old bar stools. >> first cousin katherine dunham. >> i was yaming to this all yesterday he's on tour now. >> people love the tim mcgraw. let's move on to apps, rumor travel.
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what is that? >> this is a service last year. it allows you to pay for it, you can list it. if you are looking for a last minute get away in your city, you can grab a hotel room for almost 15% off the original price. >> all right. that's a good idea. tell us about "love you back. request itself. >> one of the national foundations, it's a really emotional book that follows a single mom and the one is a kind of bracy crime thriller. it feels very contemporary. there is cyber crime very dark. you will love it. >> on the weekend. we're ready. >> thank you so much. we are back in a moment. first this is "today" on nbc
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. >> we have samples. >> we have a lot coming up. >> you do? >> ambush makeovers. >> and a really great, everyone has a story. >> really great. this woman whose husband is taking care of her through a devastating illness. >> it's really terminal. >> on this side of the table and on
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good morning i'm tracy davidson. let's get your first alert forecast with brittney shipp. >> plenty of sunshine for us, cooler weather is on the way as we head into tomorrow. here is a live look outside right now. philadelphia, our right now temperature is at 65. light wind speeds at 3 miles per hour. your forecast shows 71 by
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tomorrow, but look at what happens on saturday and sunday. we have a late summer warm up on the way. >> right now funeral services are about to begin for the pennsylvania state trooper ambushed. this is a live picture from scranton, pennsylvania where the service will be held. police have all over the region will be held there for the funeral that begins in just a few minutes. here is video of fellow officers marching into the service. he was a seven year veteran. the married father of two was shot to death last friday night in that ambush. eric matthew frein is the suspect. police say he is a self taught survival that made comments about committing an act of mass
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murder. they believe he ambushed them last friday. the other trooper that was shot survived.
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>> so gladou're with us for thirsty thursday, september 18th. you're looking fetching for a woman who has been up since the dawn of time. you look great, hoda. >> stop it. >> how's it going? >> it's nice to be here where there are beverages and light dancing. >> i know. a light dancer, yes. >> breaking news, according to one publication that may or may not be correct. >> yes. >> and here it is. harry, prince harry and cressida may be back together. >> i know.
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>> we thought the same thing. >> he was pining for her and so it was his 30th birthday, and, you know, a lot of people -- i guess they start rethinking their life at that milestone. they were seen at a movie. nothing more romantic than that. >> the sun is a publication, reporting -- keep in mind, credit or not -- they said they rekindled their love. >> remember that happened to will and kate. they broke up for a while. >> yes, they did. >> they broke up for a while and they're expecting their second child now. >> i like those two, harry and cressida. she seems like she doesn't care. she wears scrunchies, she looks a little -- she don't care. >> she doesn't care. which is, you know -- i would look for that if i was a -- >> i do too. let's hope that is happening. okay. this is interesting. now, we showed you -- yesterday, was it? >> yeah, earlier hour yesterday they were showing -- the "ellen
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show". >> no, married at first sight. >> oh that. >> you remember we showed you the couple that had not met until their wedding day. she walked down the aisle, practically in tears when she saw him, totally not -- >> she looks good, though. >> we showed you -- now they're in love. she declared it for the very first time on television to her -- >> which was my first red flag, not my first, about my fourth flag. anyway -- >> so i -- >> we never got to the other couples. hoda got is crying. >> which you said i could just be tired, which could be the case. >> they are happy. i don't know what is reality and what is made up. >> there are two other couples that did the same thing, walked down the aisle and saw her husband as she was walking down. courtney and jason, those two are together and after the six month mark, they seem to be happy. >> okay. >> and the last couple, monet and vaughn. they had incredible chemistry right away. they said they consummated their marriage on their wedding night. and they were apparently -- it was really hot and heavy for
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months and then suddenly, it wasn't. listen. >> was it always compatible or did it get to a point where one of you was, like, i don't want you to touch me? >> yeah. >> what happened? >> we stopped having sex or i stopped having sex with him and -- >> yeah. >> i feel extremely frustrated to be around somebody who i know didn't trust me from the jump, but wanted to act super bubbly and out there on camera, but then give me the cold shoulder off camera. it would have been nice if my wife, my peace, who i look to as i'm struggling through this process. >> no, i was your target. >> no, you added to your -- >> no, you liked to play the victim. >> i don't like to play the victim. >> you do. you didn't do this, you didn't do that. >> you're a cold person. >> it is my fault you can't
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manage your emotions. >> you're cold. >> i wonder if -- this is cynical. >> say it. >> i wonder if the longer you stay on the show, the more money you make. >> you wonder if that's what's happening. >> sometimes money can be a motivator. i'm not saying in any case. but we should consider all these things. that was ugly. that was ugly. i keep my ugliness at home where nobody can see it but the dogs. >> can you imagine if our dogs could talk? >> oh, my gosh. all three of them in with us last night because cas was home from a very long, very arduous film shoot and those dogs like to bark and stuff. it was -- i was like this all night long so she could get rest. >> every time they barked -- >> oh, and david wild, plays keyboards for us, was our houseguest and he had to leave really, really early. i'm like -- i'm not going to live like that. i hope she got a good night's sleep. >> she did, i bet you. if you were up late and saw this
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on fallon, so many great moments. they do this thing called the lip-synch off between gwen stefani, blake shelton and jimmy fallon. >> this is for you, hoda. >> okay. ♪ perfect fit putting on the ritz ♪ ♪ dressed up like a million dollar trooper ♪ ♪ trying hard to look like gary cooper ♪ ♪ putting on the ritz ♪
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♪ >> that was the best song. how about that tapping? >> not too much different from the texas two-step. maybe a little oklahoma dancing. he's adorable. he was here a couple of weeks ago during your birthday, remember that, and people heard him in the -- >> the break room? >> no, where was he, in the dressing room downstairs in the concourse and he was singing "endless love". >> practicing. >> nobody knew why and then -- >> they did a song. he did a song with gwen stefani. >> he was doing the song. >> ellen is having some fun. she has a game, a new game she started just this year called "this minus that". usually it is this plus that, they merged two things together, they're mixing it up this year, this minus that. this is what would be imagined
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if kathie lee and hoda minus me. let's take a look. >> i'm nothing without you. >> my dentist used to say to me, you know what something's worth. and i said what? he said whatever you're willing to pay for it. see what you're worth in the marketplace and you'll find out. huh? i love that. we took it to the next level and here is hoda minus me. take a look. >> right. and then shake it. >> i don't even remember what we are were talking about, do you? >> that was genius. >> that's -- >> that was genius. >> somebody said one of the funniest things you can do is just mute us and just, you know, watch the closed captions.
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>> by the way, i think it was buzzfeed put up our show with closed captioning, you couldn't see -- there was so much babbling. >> so sad. anyway, this is fun. cheerios debuted a new commercial honoring shift workers. let's take a look. >> i know. the third shift is rough. >> it is just a few more weeks. >> max, what are you doing up? it's late. >> i just wanted to have breakfast with you. >> oh, my god. oh, my god. >> that, i love. >> okay. >> so sweet. the writer of the commercial drew upon his own experience, growing up with a working parent wanted to show breakfast can be anytime. that's really sweet.
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>> beautiful. >> let's make it -- >> do we have to ruin it with your play list? >> we're going it ruin the mood. i'm going to educate you about the music. okay. you know the song anaconda by nicki minaj? >> yeah, one of my favorites. >> some people thought she wrote the whole thing, but there is actually a track in it by a guy who i love called sir mix a lot. and he has -- he has a song called "i like big butts". >> and i cannot lie, that one? >> this is the original song. okay, go ahead. ♪ work out takes my fonda ♪ ♪ fonda ain't got a motor my anaconda don't want none unless you got buns hon ♪ ♪ please don't lose that butt they toss it and leave it ♪ ♪ i'm quick to retrieve it
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i ain't down with that to the bean pole in the magazines ♪ ♪ you ain't it miss thing ♪ ♪ i can't resist her >> every word is so distressing to me. that'se ed that's sad. that's sad. is it almost over? ♪ when the butt is round >> okay. so that -- isn't that awesome, though? >> no. not awesome. audra mcdonald singing "somewhere" from "west side story," or something like that, i save the word awesome for something awesome, hoda, okay. >> so anyway nicki minaj's song, that came from that. remember whenever i go to a broadway show, i go, that song, that's from that? now you can say it. that's from that. that is from that? >> hoda, there is a difference when the song is "some enchanted evening" from "south pacific," or your favorite, your
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favorite song you thought of all time -- >> what? >> "send in the clowns". >> and we're at a little night music on broadway, and bernadette peters is singing her heart out and you said, that's from this? >> i didn't know. now i returned the favor. now, anyway, sirius radio, we're on sirius radio, sirius xm. >> that's the other thing that scares me. >> channel 108. >> we're on channel 108 with none of the visual stuff. >> no sense. >> no sense at all. >> we're sorry. is it okay or not okay to stretch out birthday celebrat n celebrations? let's see what we had to say. >> it is not okay, hoda. you almost killed me. >> it is okay, but only if it is a milestone birthday, like 50, or are 50. maybe 50. >> aren't you 51 by now? i'm over it too. >> we did kill that one a little bit. mirror mirror on the wall, will these two lucky women like that they see when they check
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filmmaker bryce dallas howard teaming up with beauty brand moroccan oil, which we love. >> uh-huh. >> to highlight some exceptional winnerers. >> on the heels of wrapping her latest movie "jurassic world," bryce found time to direct five inspirational short films about extraordinary women. take a look. >> i'm always curious and i'm always suggesting a new way of doing things. i simply hate complacency. create the future you want. >> so much of making a difference is just understanding that you are enough. you have everything you need to take the first step. >> you meets they remarkable women and realize it really is true. one person can make a difference in the world. it is almost like we're building an army, we're starting a movement. >> bryce is here with rebecca welsh, who is a nonprofit organization halo is featured in one of the films. welcome, ladies. >> thank you. >> beautiful project. >> yes. >> and you're going to give your dad a run for his money.
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he'll be nervous. >> not at all. i think he'll always be ahead. but this is incredible. it is a wonderful series, like you said called inspired. and it really is about -- it shows what it takes to live an inspired life. and we profile these five extraordinary women who are doing just that, they're making changes around the world and, you know, like rebecca -- >> your t-shirt says i believe in you. something tells me that's your motto. >> it is. it is a movement we started for -- sometimes all they need is that belief and belief in them, we want people to wear these shirts so that they can kind of spread that word. >> films are so beautiful. they're short films. they're beautiful. for you, rebecca, what drew you to the cause? >> about ten years ago, i went to honduras and met a little girl named daisy. she was 6 years old and had
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warts from her knees to her toes and her hair was falling out. we work with homeless and at risk foster youth. >> that's awesome. it is hard to find the five women, there are many, many women out there doing incredible things. >> to narrow it down. >> it is humbling. when we were first reaching out to individuals to be part of this, i just felt like such a slub, getting to spend time with all of them, and, you know, having an opportunity to tell their stories is -- it truly has been life changing for me. >> you're directing this while you were -- >> doing "jurassic world." >> how did we manage to do all that? >> well, it was -- it was a very organized project from the beginning. and i worked with a wonderful company called radical media. and i truly could not have done this without them at all. and i mean, it was a bit of
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we're back. >> yes, we are, hoda. >> we are back. >> with more of this thirsty thursday. >> what is happening today? >> we're ready to reveal our "ambush makeovers" for two wonderful women who got up bright and early to be plucked off our plaza. >> they came here to get a brand-new look from head to toe and we gave it to them with our crack makeover team. >> don't say crack. >> stylist to the stars, louis licari. and "today" contributor and author jill martin. kids. >> hey. >> beautiful day out there. >> beautiful day. >> gorgeous. >> perfect. a little breeze. we found two makeovers we were absolutely drawn to. >> okay. >> christie miller is the first one, 40 years old from st. louis, missouri. she has never had her hair colored. she keeps her makeup to a minimum. she's here in new york,
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celebrating her 40th birthday with her mom. her mom marilyn and sister judy. they gave her a brand-new look. let's take a listen to her story. >> are you flipping out? >> i'm very nervous. excited but nervous. >> i know someone who is excited. let's talk to mom marilyn. >> i'm very excited for her. this will be fantastic. >> what do you think of all this for your daughter? >> i think it is great. i think it is great. something she would never do for herself, so it is fantastic. >> and your sister is excited too. >> very excited. i've always wanted her to have an opportunity like this, so it is perfect. perfect. >> we're going to take good care of you. >> okay. >> are you crying? >> i'm not crying. i'm not crying. should i? >> no, no. all smiles. >> all righty. mom and sis, please keep your blindfolds on for a second. here is christie miller before. all right. christie, let's see the new you. come on out. oh my gosh. >> wow. >> wow.
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>> all right, mom, sis, take off your blindfolds. >> oh, my gosh! look at her. >> oh, my gosh. >> ready? >> right here. >> oh, my god. >> the hair with the angles. >> fantastic. >> right for one second so we can check you out. >> louis, beautiful color. >> christie never colored her hair, it looked a little dull. i made her hair more dynamic with a single color, less than 30 minutes. texturized layers that made her flat hair full. she looks fantastic. >> beautiful. >> what are we thinking? >> amazing. you look great. >> oh, my gosh. >> tell us about this. >> is that awesome? at first we did a dress and i
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thought it is a big birthday. when you sort of mix and match, you have stuff for the whole year. >> i like the leather. >> nydj jeans. >> and that signature -- >> that necklace, under $10. >> are you kidding? >> she's so fantastic. okay. all right. >> geneva share, she's 77 from -- tallahassee, alabama. she hasn't had her hair colored in a year. when she wears makeup, she said she splashes it on. she was nervous about a makeup but was excited to see her style updated. let's see her story. >> a lot of tears here, but happy tears. and, david, you keep bragging, you've been married 59 years to this gorgeous woman. >> 59 years. >> what do you think of all this? >> i still love her, just like i did the first time i've seen her. >> what do you think of this? you have tears, but i know you're really happy.
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>> i'm very excited. nothing like this has ever happened to me before and i'm just -- i'm just thrilled. >> we're going to take great care of you. you're going to look even hotter. what do you think? >> well, not to me it won't be. she's always hot. >> that is so sweet. >> so cute. >> she's here with her husband of 59 years. let's look at one last look at geneva before and bring out the new geneva share. >> wow. >> oh, my gosh. oh, my gosh. >> look at her. >> look at her. >> don't look. >> okay. all right. take off your blindfold. >> she's right over there. >> still beautiful. >> now you can look at yourself.
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>> you look gorgeous. >> that's a good sign. >> that's a great sign. >> always so relieved. >> she said i look like a movie star. >> she does look like a movie star. >> yes. >> wow. amazing. >> great to meet you. >> great to meet you too. >> mission accomplished. >> stay right there, dave. >> we don't want to break you guys up. >> wow. >> that's a makeover. with this -- >> louis is crying. i'm going to go get some kleenex. okay. this is a haircut, she had naturally curly hair, he brought the curls out by playing with the layers. >> it looks beautiful. >> i washed away the gray. again, washing it away, 10, 15, perhaps 20 years, i don't know. you look so fabulous. >> beautiful. >> and enid made everything come together with makeup.
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>> you are beautiful. you always were. >> she needs a little -- her eyes need a little dab. >> we all do. >> jill, the dress is awesome. >> this is one of our most meaningful makeovers because she told us she wanted it so much and how it would change her life and i feel like it has, even when you walked in. this is a dress we picked out together from maggie london. i'm glad we could give this to you. >> come on in. >> congratulations. great to see you all. >> a relationship put to the test. >> now their love is stronger than ever. they'll share their story right after this. [ female announcer ] one minute. that's all it takes to help make a kid's wish come true. join straight talk wireless at our "give a minute. help make-a-wish" event, and help make more wishes come true for children with life-threatening medical conditions. this saturday from 10 to 4 at your local walmart, take a minute to learn more about straight talk wireless and great phones like the samsung galaxy ace style,
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♪ everyone has a story >> we're back. it is time to meet our newest "everyone has a story" contest winner, janie kelly anderson wrote in to tell us about her struggle with parkinson's disease. >> a progressive disease of the nervous system that affects movement. but her husband bill has been by her side through it all. let's listen to her beautiful letter, the story she sent to us. >> bill anderson may appear to be a common name, but my bill is extraordinary. he has been the love of my life for 33 years. at the last decade has tested our relationship. in march, 2003, i was diagnosed with parkinson's disease. i was in my second decade of
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teaching speech and english at reynoldsburg high school in central ohio. our beautiful daughter was in college. like most parents, we had made our child our priority. and bubbled with pride at her accomplishments and milestones. bill knew my independence was very important to me, so he supported my decision to continue working until symptoms forced me to leave the job and students i loved. again, bill supported me fully and then rallied around my efforts to begin tackling my life list. i know he worries about my balance issues and increased tremors, when i'm too fatigued. he knows our adventures together fuel my soul and keep me feeling vital. we can laugh together that when i have increasing tremors, it is not really shaking. i'm just grooving to the music. he knows that parkinson's in no way defines me. nor can it deter us from
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continuing our love story for years to come. i may awaken each day grooving to the music, but i also awaken with a gratefulness that bill anderson loves me unconditionally and will do so until my last breath. >> wow. >> my word. >> it is a great day today, seeing two couples like this, who have been through so many years together. devoted to one another. and ja janie and bill are with us. >> we picked that song -- we had to call the song "grooving to the music." we fell in love with you when i read your letter. tell us about this man you want to honor so much today. >> oh, my gosh. there is not enough time. we need more segments, but this man is the most decent, honest, kind, caring, supportive and gorgeous man i've ever known. ever. >> how are you feeling, by the way? how is the parkinson's? >> i'm feeling better than when
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i had to get up at 4:30 in the morning and do the 12-hour days because -- >> you had to get up early just -- >> so the medicine would kick in so i could drive, a 45-minute drive and my kids were waiting outside the door to get in to have breakfast before class at 6:45. but i have a wonderful neurologist at the cleveland clinic. i just -- oh, my. just amazing. and i think they worked on what they call the parkinson cocktail of the right medicine blend through the years. and i'm telling you, as long as i get some -- get enough rest, i'm ready to party. >> it is fun with her. >> i bet it is. >> sometimes it is harder to be the one next to the person, the one who loves the person who is going through something than it is to actually go through it. you want to take it on yourself. i know she keeps you positive. we can tell just now. >> yeah, yeah. that's how she's been her -- as long as i've known her. always had this positive attitude and she doesn't let anything get her down.
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she's just a go getter and if something will start to get her down, she fights that much harder. >> and did you know she had written the letter to us? or was it a surprise to you? >> it was a huge surprise. >> you're a humble guy. >> i about had a heart attack. i couldn't believe it at first. i was in total shock. and then -- but i wasn't -- i was surprised but i wasn't surprised because she -- >> that's what she does. >> you're terrific. i can't wait to hear this song that you -- don't go anywhere. we have a special performance just for janie and bill. >> and song by broadway star terry kelly called "grooving to the music," not slow and maudlin, i promise you. got a little beat for hoda. right after this. >> come on, bill. what's my advice for healthy looking radiant skin. a good night's sleep... and aveeno®. [ female announcer ] only aveeno® positively radiant face moisturizer has an active naturals® total soy formula... one of nature's most effective skin tone correctors.
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we're back with "everyone has a story" honoring a wonderful couple, janie and bill anderson.
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>> it is time to hear the song that david friedman and i wrote gist for you "grooving to the music," please welcome broadway performer extraordinaire terry kelly. ♪ ♪ what can i say to the love of my life ♪ ♪ that i haven't already said ♪ ♪ not that i do on that day long ago when we wed ♪ ♪ how can i tell her the way i feel ♪ ♪ every day is for real more than i ever dreamed of ♪ ♪ i'm grooving to the music grooving to the music ♪ ♪ i keep singing the song
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for as long as we possibly can ♪ ♪ grooving to the music just me and my man ♪ ♪ how can i thank him for all he's done ♪ ♪ from the moment he wakes up every day ♪ ♪ i'll thank him this way kiss him in the morning grooving to the music ♪ ♪ hug him all day long grooving to the music ♪ ♪ hold him in the evening grooving to the music ♪ ♪ just keep singing our song ♪ ♪ for as long as we possibly can ♪ ♪ grooving to the music just me and my man ♪ ♪ one husband one wife one heart ♪ ♪ grooving to the music until death do us part ♪ ♪ as long as we possibly can grooving to the music ♪ ♪ just me and my man ♪ >> yeah!
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>> we'll be back with much, much more for janie and bill. >> this is "today" on nbc.
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we're back with a very special couple, janie and bill, they were treated to a terrific performance by terry kelly, also composer david friedman. >> what did you think? >> wonderful. >> absolutely. >> tell us what you said after it was over. >> best song you ever wrote, kathie lee. >> always glad to hear it. >> janie and bill, we have a little surprise. you love to go on adventures together. we're sending you to an adventure that happens to be in our own backyard, your own backyard in south carolina, the folks at palmetto bluff are giving you a four-day, three-night stay in one of their private cottages.
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>> you don't have to travel too far. no jet lag. we want this be to be a birthday bill will never forget. you will enjoy a special birthday dinner for you, bill, provided by a private chef and enjoy a cruise on the may river and a private tour of the 20,000 acre property. >> thank you. >> this is special for another reason too. >> yes, it is. >> i'm going to start to cry. i first joined the "today" show, i told our producer are i wanted to do something called "everyone has a story," everybody thought i was crazy. but jamie was our producer on our first one, except for maternity leave, for two teams, has been doing all of our -- >> and she's one of the top producers at "today" for many, many years and jamie decided she wants to be closer to her family. >> and her husband ken is behind her. so this is going to be her last day. so we just wanted to share -- >> and her last "everyone has a story". >> jamie. >> are you going to miss us? >> i will never forget this.
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unbelievable. i'm grateful for every moment here. >> we love you. >> ken, take care of her. >> and those two beautiful babies. >> and blessings to you guys and happy birthday, bill. tomorrow, what your guy should have in his closet this fall. >> and newest tv shows and the ones you're going to have to catch live and the ones you should tape after this. >> and best gadgets, go on david's website, too. >> what's on there? >>
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right now at 11:00, we have breaking news in south philadelphia. police are investigating a stabbing that left a woman in critical condition. nbc 10's lu ann cahn is live at the scene. what's happening right now? >> reporter: a stabbing robbery it happened around 9:15 here on the 2300 block of south broad street where you see police are standing. they are standing in front of the employment center. we are being told that a man walked in to the employment center. it's a temp agency. asking for work. the woman inside, a 53-year-old woman said there was no work. he got angry. he took a knife and stabbed her in the chest mument mre times. she was able to actually walk outside and go right across the street to methodist

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