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>> the "today" show is up next. we'll be back with local updates in a few minutes. >> and on nbc 10 right now, "10 at 7:00," ten things you need to know. good morning. breaking news, the american journalist battling ebola arrives in the u.s. overnight while the patient being treated in dallas fights for his life. we'll talk to the head of the cdc as he gets set to brief the president on the state of the crisis. first fatality. e death of a 4-year-old in new jersey directly linked to respiratory infection that sickened hundreds of kids nationwide. extremely close call. a race car driver loses control and jumps an embankment and into a group of spectators. incredibly, none of them was hurt. the dramatic video and what may have saved lives.
concerns of ebola in america. a refueling stop in maine this morning. he will be treated for ebola at a hospital. dr. nancy snyderman and her team are feeling fine and their return will be soon as well. let's begin with nbc's national correspondent kate snow in omaha. kate, good morning to you. >> good morning, matt. ashoka mukpo is due here in a few hours after refueling in bangor, maine acres couple of hours ago. meanwhile here on the ground in omaha, they are ready and waiting. ashoka mukpo's long journey home began overnight when he boarded a specially equipped plane. inside the plane, like this one, multiple layers of protection, designed to make sure no one would ever come in contact with the virus. on the ground in omaha, another
team from nebraska medical center. >> he will be fully suited from head to toe and he will have a face mask covering his entire face so literally not one inch of his body will be exposed. and then our health care workers will be -- have protective equipment on very similar. they'll be covered head to toe. >> when crosses the red line, there's no turning back. >> reporter: the medical director of the bio containment unit took us across what they call the red line, into the area no one will be able to go without full protective gear. >> this room right here. >> reporter: this room? everything is carefully monitored. >> if you hold this open for more than a few seconds, it will sound an alarm. >> reporter: this little camera will give him the ability to video chat with his family just down the hall. we spoke with his parents sunday, just before they flew to omaha. >> the fact that he's feeling well right now or relatively
well, that the symptoms are not severe yet and he's also about to get fantastic medical care is an enormous relief after the very, very stressful few days we've been through. >> every time i would ask him how he's doing or how he's feeling, he clearly would respond with i'm just getting myself through this day until i get on a plane. >> reporter: dr. smith here in nebraska says a lot will depend on his condition once ashoka gets off that plane what they'll treat him with here. that's a long flight he's taking. that would exhaust anyone. we'll see how he's doing, matt, once he gets here and off the plane. >> kate snow in omaha, thank you. there's growing concern for thomas duncan, the first patient to be diagnosed with ebola in the united states. mark potter is in dallas with that part of the story. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, tamron. with news that the patient is doing poorly, they're keeping a close eye on 48 people who may have had contact with him.
their goal to testing and monitoring is to make sure this disease does not spread. there's renewed urgency in the battle to save thomas eric duncan from the deadly ebola virus. he took a turn for the worse over the weekend, downgrade to critical. family members in north carolina say doctors told them duncan is now on a respirator and dialysis machine. sunday night, a week after duncan was admitted to the hospital, hazmat crews were back, decontaminating the apartment where he stayed with his family. the next three days are the most critical for 48 people they believe came in direct or indirect contact with duncan since he started showing signs of the illness september 24th. eight to ten days after that is when most people would start feeling the effects of the virus, according to doctors. so today, tomorrow and wednesday are crucial. but, according to one expert, the delay in diagnosing duncan's illness was a serious mistake that jeopardized the people he
was around. >> when he was out of the hospital for those two days while he was obviously sick and obviously had ebola, he came into contact with a lot of people. >> reporter: one of them was a homeless man who rode in the same ambulance used to take duncan to the hospital. police finally found him on sunday and he is being monitored. so far, authorities say, no one except duncan has shown any signs of infection. that includes his girlfriend, louise, who talked to me by phone from an undisclosed location. everybody's okay? >> yes. >> reporter: and nobody has any fever or any other symptoms? >> no. >> reporter: but the fear of ebola spreading means more people around the country are being screened. among them, a patient in miami, tested on sunday, even though officials say he does not meet the cdc denks ffinition for the virus. just to be cautious. there's good news involving dr. rick sacra, former ebola patient.ent. he was hospitalized as a precaution after developing a
cough and fever, but testing reveals he does not have ebola. there was not a recurrence and now he is being treated for what they're calling a routine respiratory infection. matt? >> mark potter, thank you very much. dr. frieden will brief the president on ebola today. good morning to you. >> good morning, matt. >> do you have any updates on mr. duncan's condition in texas? >> nothing beyond what you've said. our hopes and prayers are with him. and we recognize that this is a critical time for him and for his family. and, as you said earlier, this is the time when we're particularly looking at the contacts that he had. 10 contacts who definitely had contact with him and 38 others who might have had contact. every single one of those 48 people was monitored yesterday. their temperatures were taken. none of them had symptoms or fever. the key here is to keep doing that every single day, as texas is doing excellently. and isolate them.
>> when you say isolate them, i want to make sure we're clear on this. are they being called and being told are you taking your temperature? or is there someone watching these people to make sure they don't inadvertently slip out of their homes and expose other people? >> their temperatures are being taken directly by outreach staff from health departments in texas. in addition, their locations are known. if any of them might slip out, as you put it, that's being addressed appropriately by authorities in texas. >> as you know, there's an american photojournalist, ashoka mukpo who has w.h.o. is arrive in nebraska for treatment. how closely will the cdc work with that health center there? >> very closely. we work with them already and consult with the physicians about the care of the patient. we've been doing that on the way over and we'll also make sure that the doctors and nurses and whole team taking care of him does that in a way that doesn't put them at risk, by providing them with support. >> and i just -- quickly now, if
we can, officials in this country have had a chance to get their hands on and observe closely several people infected with this ebola virus right now. has that work led us any closer to a vaccine? and something else we haven't heard about in several weeks, dr. frieden, that experimental serum given to two of the patients. is there any more on that? is there anything promising? >> we don't know if it works but there's no more of it now. the company is working hard to make a few more doses. it's hard to make. it takes a long time. we have learned how important management is. rehydration of patients can be life saving. that's something we're taking back to africa to try to improve the care there, to improve the rehydration of patients. we are seeing signs of progress. cdc has trained more than 4,000 health workers in africa.
we're training health workers in this country, seeing people all over the world coming to help out in africa. exit screening identified 77 people, identified them to get them off the planes in africa. we're definitely seeing signs of progress. >> dr. frieden of the cdc, thank you very much. >> thank you. now to the other major health concern being dealt with across the country, the enterovirus has sickened children across the united states. now a 4-year-old boy who died in his sleep nearly three weeks ago tested positive for the virus. tom costello has more for us. tom, good morning. >> this is the only death the cdc has definitely connected to the virus. there have been other deaths but those patients may have had other underlying illnesses as well. for the vast people that contract it, it shouldn't be a serious concern. for some vulnerable kids, it can
be serious. sunday night, parents gathered to hear from the school district after confirmation that 4-year-old eli wahler died of enterovirus 68 two years ago. he went to bed september 24th but never woke up. in describing him, his father said imagine a shy little puppy who wants only to make people proud and happy, maybe tripping a bit over his own paws, but truly full of unconditional love. including several large clusters of children in denver and kansas city, hospitalized with difficulty breathing. and medical investigators still don't know if there's a connection to another worrisome development acres dozen or so children, some who have shown symptoms of the virus have also developed limb weakness or partial paralysis. it's not clear if it's temporary or permanent. >> the link to paralysis is still uncertain and under investigation. >> reporter: enterovirus d68
itself is common this time of year. runny nose, fever, maybe a cough. but this year there are more cases that seem more severe. patients with asthma or difficulty breathing are most at risk. >> we do want to make sure that parents know that most children who contract enterovirus d68 should be perfectly fine and should worry more if their child has asthma or trouble breathing in which case they should seek medical attention. >> the best advice on preventive steps include washing your hands, don't touch your eyes or nose and stay away from others if you are sick. it's expected to die down as we get further into the fall and the winter. back to you, guys. >> tom, thank you very much. >> lot of health concerns out there today. in other news, you're learning more about that former u.s. soldier being threatened by isis. >> that's right. american aid worker is being held by isis and told his parents in a letter back in june
that he's afraid to die. richard engel is in istanbul, turkey, with the very latest on that, and the fight against isis. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, natalie. the hostage's family has made a video message, stressing his humanitarian work and calling on isis to release him. isis is threatening to kill an american hostage next. peter kassig, former army ranger, who travelled to syria to help victims of war. his family said he converted to islam and changed his name. in a letter from captivity, he told his family he was, quote, pretty scared to die. isis is fighting a propaganda war but also making advances on battlefields. turkey this morning sent more tanks to its syrian border, taking up what appeared to be firing positions. this is why. isis militants are advancing
quickly on the city of kobani on the turkish border, attacking it with tanks and artillery. isis has already prepared a huge flag to fly over kobani once it captures the city. they want to provoke a war with turkey, firing mortars into turkey, hitting homes. turkey has sent tens of thousands of troops to reinforce the border. so far, turkish troops has no orders to enter syria and that perceived inaction has caused problems at home, priots breakig out, demanding that they take control over isis instead of just watching the group. if it does decide to send troops into syria, that would mean nato boots on the ground and it could be a turning point. natalie? >> richard engel in istanbul for us. thank you, richard. three service men were swept away by high waves in okinawa as
a powerful typhoon hit shore. one was found dead and two others are missing. flooded highways and caused roads to wash away near tokyo. people trapped in their homes by rising floodwaters were rescued. people were advised to evacuate because of the possibility of landslides. car racing fans are lucky to be alive after miraculously escaping a wild crash in italy this morning. watch as the rally car comes around that turn. it loses control, drives up the embankment and slams into the hillside, flips forward and lands back on the track. amazingly, all the spectators walked away unscathed. that flip probably saved their lives. one young girl was treated for shock and the driver and passenger were taken to the hospital as a precaution. >> i'm surprised they let people sit right there. >> at a high turn.
crazy! >> thank you, natalie. we've got severe weather stretching from indiana down into texas. this fast-moving line of showers and thunderstorms getting ready to make their way into nashville. we'll be looking at showers and thunderstorms. some of them heavy at times. good news, these are quick movers. they could drop one to two inches, it will be very brief as far as the heavy rain is concerned. the rest of the country, we do have a risk of strong storms from southern ohio, western west virginia down into northern texas. out west, spectacular weather. 91 degrees. one more day of hot weather in southern california. high surf advisories there as well. we'll get to your local forecast coming up in the next 30 seconds.
good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. a chilly start this morning, 30s and 40s, but we'll see lots of sunshine. and with a healthy southerly wind, we'll warm into the 70s this afternoon. and back in the 70s again tomorrow, but the bright sunshine will be taking a break as clouds move in. there's a chance for a shower during the day, really a better chance of evening showers on tuesday. they'll be clearing out wednesday, 72 degrees wednesday afternoon. lots of sunshine on thursday. then another chance of showers as we head toward the weekend. have a great day. >> and that's your latest weather. matt? >> thank you very much. now to a proposal that gives new meaning to the phrase wedding crashers. >> quite literally. a newly engaged couple had the experience of a lifetime when their hot air balloon ride at
sunset ended in the pacific. from over the moon to over the ocean. >> oh, my goodness. they're going to have to jump. >> reporter: proposing to his fiance when their hot air balloon drifted off course, hovering dangerously close to the waves before landing in the surf. >> my fiance and i were getting engaged up there. next thing you know, the balloon was veering off toward the water and on the way back to land, the air was so stagnant, we were going straight down. no matter what the pilot tried, we couldn't go back this way. >> the pilot, a 12-year balloon veteran says the water landing was a first. >> i'm a retired marine. we've been in tough situations before. a lot of those skills are transferrable. >> fortunately, no one was hurt. in true california fashion, the couple was towed back to shore by local lifeguards and surfers. >> it could have been a lot worse. could have been a great deal
worse. >> once in a lifetime experience on the heels of another. >> it's unforgettable. that's all i can say. i don't know if we'll do it again. >> i don't think they're planning -- start off like that, then it all ends well in the end. >> i love the marine. our skills are transferrable. including in this situation. carson is here with an snl skit that's getting a lot of attention. >> i've played golf in high school. watch those skills transfer to the orange room right now. guest host, silverman, was hilarious, maroon five. a lot of people speaking about one skit in particular. she played a lot of great characters but portrayal of joan rivers. joan was roasting other historical figures, freddy mercury, richard pryor. let's take a look at sarah as joan. >> ladies and gentlemen of
heaven, please welcome miss joan rivers. >> so many incredible people here tonight. even steve jobs, right here. incredible. steve, i hope you're forced to buy a newer, better casket every six months so you can see how we feel. am i right? oh! >> there's some mixed reviews. let's go through that. what did i miss? >> just the way you said -- >> the joan rivers skit was too soon. needed more time to honor the legend. no one could get away with a joan rivers in heaven skit this soon other than sarah silverman. these two were quite close friends. joan even tweeting sarah congratulations on her emmy one week before her passing. a television comeback. we'll have an exclusive interview with that man right there, piers morgan, his first since his departure from cnn.
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southbound right where you hit the 76 interchange, you can see a lot of slow-up in the southbound lanes. that's because there is debris on the roadway, forcing drivers to go into lanes around that. a live look at route 422 at trooper road. we're seeing the typical delays on 422 eastbound headed towards center city. and also, we're following an accident in upper providence, mill road at egypt road, so we'll be following that throughout the morning and let you know when that lifts. today, doctors at a delaware hospital are monitoring a child for the ebola virus. officials at bayhealth kent general in dover won't say why the child from liberia was brought to the emergency room on saturday. they tell us the patient was put in an isolate room and the hospital has followed all of the cdc guidelines for investigating ebola. they say the cdc determined the likelihood of the child having ebola is extremely low, but the hospital will continue to monitor the child until he or she is cleared. we'll have another update in about 25 minutes.
7:30 now on a monday morning. it's the 6th day of october, 2014. little chilly out on our plaza. but take a look at the sun there in raleigh, north carolina. we're going to key up these guests in a couple of moments. we have a live concert from bastille in our 8:00 hour. >> looking forward to that. the american who contracted ebola while working with nbc news has arrived in the united states. the president will be briefed by the head of the cdc today.
during a flight from kuala lumpur to beijing, the plane disappeared three months ago. in the indian ocean looking for any signs of that plane's wreckage f. you tweet any of your message, it also goes to researchers at m.i.t., tracking patterns. why social media seems to generate more negative reaction than positive one. >> there's a couple of theories. >> nobody knows who you are. >> that's the theory. >> anonymity. >> a guy with a lot to say. piers morgan is here with an exclusive live interview. his first since his nightly cable show was axed. let's begin this half hour with the "real housewives of new jersey" teresa and swroe giudice, for the first time
since being sentenced. >> as they say, the show must go on. just as their legal troubles unfolded in front of the cameras, now joe and teresa are talking to bravo. >> what's your biggest fear about going to prison? >> reporter: they sat down one day after a new jersey judge sentenced teresa to 15 months and joe almost 3 1/2 years behind bars. >> i was shocked. i was like, you know -- i mean, it was very unexpected. >> reporter: both pled guilty to multiple federal fraud charges, including lying on mortgage and loan applications, worth millions of dollars. they'll serve their sentences consecutively so their four young daughters aren't without both parents. >> and i just want to make sure nye daughters are okay. that's all i want. i just want him to be with them, you know, all the time. >> reporter: after last week's sentencing, their 13-year-old daughter, gia, tweeted "family
forever." with teresa leaving for a minimum security prison january 5th, they admit the family has a tough road ahead. >> what did she say to you? >> mommy, don't worry about it. i'll be there. i'll help daddy with the girls and that will prepare me for when i'm a mom. it broke my heart when she said that. >> reporter: their legal woes were a major story line on last season's show. >> this family cannot function without you. and despite what people say, this is not going to be our last christmas together. >> reporter: but this christmas will be their last, for a while. and those last days before prison are likely to also play out in front of the cameras. >> all i said to my husband was, all you have to do is please, you know, take care of our daughters. that's all i ask. >> reporter: now the judge did say that teresa could get credit for good behavior so she will likely serve 85% of her sentence
or a little over a year and restitution and joe could face deportation since is he not an american citizen. watch what happens live. >> watch what happens, when you have eyeballs on you. >> watch what happens with al. >> watch what happens when we walk over to the map. 280 miles off the baja, california, coast, 60-mile-per-hour winds moving to the north at 7. it does come across the coast of gulf of california. as it does, that moisture is going to stream northward into parts of southern california, also into arizona and new mexico. one to three inches of rain. flooding possible for parts of arizona and new mexico. so we'll be watching this. we also have the risk of strong storms from western west virginia back through texas. beautiful weather across the
plains with temperatures in the low 70s. chilly start this morning. new england and the northeast with frost and freeze advisories, eventually warming up into the mid 60s to the mid good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. a chilly start this morning. 30s and 40s. but we'll see lots of sunshine. and with a healthy southerly wind, we'll warm into the 70s this afternoon. and back in the 70s again tomorrow, but the bright sunshine will be taking a break as clouds move in. there's a chance of a shower during the day. really a better chance of evening showers on tuesday. we'll be clearing out wednesday. 72 degrees wednesday afternoon. lots of sunshine on thursday. then another chance of showers as we head toward the weekend. have a great day. go to weather channel on cable, weather.com online. >> always good advice. up next, the always talkative and often controversial piers morgan, opening up about the end of his prime time cable show and what's
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exploded, i guess. and then for the next year, it became a kind of war of attrition on air between me and the nra and the gun lobbyists and the show changed as a result. >> so this wasn't -- it was about ratings because people started to turn away, but it was because you became an incredibly polarizing figure. >> yes. >> in this country. do you have any regrets about that? >> i don't, actually. in britain, we had our own sandy hook in the mid '90s, 16 young children were killed in their classroom. and we banned all guns, assault rifles, assault weapons, handguns all got banned. and i could see for me how a great country like america -- it is a great country. great people. how you could let 20 first graders be shot dead in their classrooms and the reaction would be absolutely nothing. i don't regret standing up for trying to affect change. >> i tweeted friday, which i don't do often. going to catch up with piers
morgan in our studio. wow! the reaction on my twitter. >> i'm sensing praise? >> there were some people who said good. love him. welcome back. but then there were people, piers, who came in and the anger was palpable in their tweets. and the feeling i got from it was, especially when it was like the gun issue was how dare this outsider have such a critical eye on the united states. am i close? >> yes. and i totally respect that. and i understand that having someone like jay leno, a good mutual friend of ours said to me, it's like you're going to germany and telling them they can't speed on the audobon. they may know it's dangerous but they don't want to hear it from you and they don't want to hear it in your accent. >> somebody else could have gone on the air and said what you said and gotten away with it or not had the same negative impact? >> i wish more american news media, news anchors stood up. so many of them privately said to me i love what you're doing.
keep going. it's important. i never heard that on air. there's a certain media cowardice that needs addressed. >> you're polarizing in the united states, you're polarizing in the uk as well. let's not just say it's an american issue. >> i'm popular in australia. >> editor at large for mail online. one of your first posts on ebola. the cdc's response here to the situation in dallas disgracefully underwhelming. currently spending billions to bomb isis but spending millions blitzing the greatest threat to mankind in my lifetime. i can almost hear the comments coming again. first of all, how do you know there's little effect to the bombing on isis targets? what's the intelligence you have? >> my brother is a british army colonel and the general view is that bombing targeted sites for isis is not dwth be that
effective. you have to, at some stage -- >> it's early in the campaign, though. >> of course. but at some point you have to get boots on the ground. the same applies, in my view, to the ebola crisis. america has a unique position in the world, and at its best america is the most effective humanitarian aid that anybody could have. i listened to the cdc guy you had on earlier. i think it's been shamefully too late. and the way they dealt with the incident in dallas is just extraordinary. when a guy turns up in a hospital north korean america, vomiting, with a virus. >> that wasn't the cdc. that was people at the local hospital who made a dramatic mistake, no question about it. >> but the cdc is ultimately responsible for health care in america. they should have alarm bells all over america. somebody turns up from west rear view ricka, vomiting and virus, you test them. >> quickly, in response to the government response, samantha powers was on here last week and is one of the leading voices at
the u.n. general assembly calling for other countries to step up. i don't think we're pk lax about it now. maybe too little, too late. >> maybe not too late but certainly too slow. >> do you want to get back on the air and talk about these things? >> i'm after your gig, obviously. >> when? >> no one could replace you. you're the best at what you do in the business. >> not true. >> i really believe that. i would love to be back on american television. i did a couple of weeks co-hosting with hoda. and i love it. i had a great break to clear my head. i had a great time at cnn. it's a great company. a lot of great friend there is. wish them all the very best. i'm itching to get back in the game. mail online has 60 million visitors a month in america alone. it's a bit like you on the "today" show. a little pleasure.
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good morning, everyone. i'm chris cato. 7:56 on your monday and a very chilly start to the morning. let's get the latest now on the forecast with meteorologist bill henley. bill? >> yeah, temperatures into the 30s and 40s. we'll warm into the 70s, but the wind is starting to kick in at the shore, and that is going to be a big factor in today's weather, helping to warm things up. that's the view from the marquis de lafayette hotel. nice sunshine there. the temperature right now 48 degrees in philadelphia. still seeing 30s north and west for pottstown, while it's 47 in wilmington. the sunshine is having a nice effect on the temperatures. we'll be in the middle 60s by lunchtime. a check now of traffic. we had some big delays out there earlier. katy zachry has an update. katy. >> hi, chris. yeah, we did. typical delays in the trouble spots, but taking a look right now, 476 right at ridge pike, free and clear in both directions of any problems. if you're headed up to the poconos via mid-county, 78, 22
and 309 look great up in that area as well. we are following an accident on 495 for drivers in the northbound direction right at philadelphia pike, which is the claymont exit. exit 5 there's an accident and two lanes are blocked. happening today, friends, family and hundreds of law enforcement officers will pay their final respects to a pennsylvania state trooper who was killed in a training accident in montgomery county. a funeral mass will be held this morning for trooper david kedra at christ the king church in northeast philadelphia. state police say kedra was accidentally shot by another trooper during a training exercise last tuesday at a shooting range in conshohocken. kedra was 26 years old and had been a member of the state police since june 2012. i'm chris cato. we'll have another update for you in about 25 minutes. remember, you can always get the latest news and weather at nbc10.com. now we go back to the "today" show. have a great monday.
it's 8:00 on today. coming up, truly brave, the nfl shines a light on one of the inspiring children in hoda's video. >> i'm ready for today. are you ready for today? let's get this cancer on up out of you. >> being shown all across the country. then no excuses, too tired, too busy. what's your reason for skipping the gym? simple ways to commit to your workout and stick to it. 40 portraits for years, the four sisters have photographed together since 1975. now the subject of a powerful
new exhibit "today," monday, october 6th, 2014. >> we love bastille! >> we came all the way to be here. >> good morning, boston. >> whoo! ♪ >> best friends since first grade. >> happy birthday, jenny! >> whoo! we're back now 8:00 on a monday morning, the 6th day of october. >> and matt lauer's birthday. just getting that in there. just saying. >> happy birthday. >> exactly. i'm matt lauer, along with
tamron hall. tamron is here, while savannah is on maternity leave. carson daly over here, al roker over here. welcome back, everyone. >> welcome back. we have a great concert this morning. right? bastille. and later in the week for the first time in 16 years, fleetwood mac is on tour with the full lineup. the legendary band will make a stop on our plaza this thursday. i always think about their behind the music, vh1. >> a lot went on with that band, no question about it. >> they are awesome. >> we have a very special announcement tied to our pink power series. dozen of breast cancer survivors were here last week, wearing special t-shirts. we were flocked by you asking where you could get those. >> you can purchase the shirts
online and the proceed also go to charity. natalie has the top news stories inside. an american infected with ebola will arrive back in the u.s. this morning. ashoka mukpo will arrive in nebraska. kate snow is in omaha. >> reporter: he actually walked on to the plane with assistance in liberia yesterday. so that's a really good sign. the plane landed earlier this morning in bangor, maine, for refueling and a customs check. we're expecting it here at omaha within the hour. the nebraska medical center is really one of the few places in this country that has a specialized biocontainment unit. they have already treated one american who had ebola successfully. mu can. po's parents and girlfriend flew
in last night and will be waiting for him at the hospital. natalie? >> kate snow, thank you. the first person diagnosed with ebola while in this country took a turn for the worse this weekend. thomas eric duncan is in critical condition at a dallas area hospital. duncan is now on a respirator and dialysis machine. meantime, officials are monitoring 48 people who may have had contact with duncan after he returned to the u.s. from liberia last month. a woman in sweden has become the first person to give birth with a transplanted womb. keir simmons is in london with this amazing story. good morning. >> reporter: this is being hailed as a miracle while folks across the u.s. who have been told they can't have children will be watching closely. this little boy, called vincent, represents a medical breakthrough. he was born just under four pounds, from a transplanted womb.
>> it was breathtaking. i think all of us felt that. and it was like having your own child, actually. it was the same feeling. >> reporter: vincent's unidentified 36-year-old mother underwent a transplant operation in sweden. she had been born without a womb so a 61-year-old family friend agreed to donate. a year later, the mother's fertilized egg was implanted and vincent was delivered early by cesarea cesarean. >> he screamed almost immediately. that's a good sign. >> reporter: there are risks to the mom and the woman who donate. >> unknown risks to any children who would be born. first couple of attempts at a pregnancy they decided to abort when it appeared there were irregularities and fetal abnormalities. >> reporter: but the dream of having a child has come closer for many families. >> they are in good health. >> reporter: hope for women who thought carrying their own child was impossible.
it is a tricky procedure, natalie. it may be some time, doctors say, before it is more widely available, if the results of the test are positive. natalie? >> still, an incredible medical breakthrough. keir simmons in london for us. thank you. let's go outside for another check of the weather with al. >> nat, thanks so much. bastille fans hanging out around here. as far as your weather is concerned right now, more heavy showers and thunderstorms pushing their way into western pennsylvania. by this evening in pittsburgh, they're looking at more wet weather. the rest of the country, afternoon temperatures toasty. down in southern california, central texas. cooler around the great lakes and northern new england. we also have a risk of strong storms stretching from the west virginia area all the way back into texas. th good moerng -- morning i'm
bill henley. we'll see lots of sunshine today and we'll warm into the 07s this afternoon. back into the 70s again this afternoon. but the bright sunshine will be attacking a break. a chance of a shower burning the day. clearing out wednesday, 72 on wednesday afternoon. lots of sunshine on thursday and another chance of showers as we head towards the weekend. have a great day. >> mr. roker, thank you very much. coming up next on trending, meet the guy who just demonstrated the dangers of skating and singing at the same time. >> okay. plus, the nfl shines a light on one of the young stars of hoda's truly brave video. josh elliott shares her emotional and very special story. hollywood legend glenn close stops by to talk about her return to broadway. first these messages. the answer to treating your dog's fleas and ticks
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why not repeat this every single year? it's a stunning gallery of photos, 40 portraits in 40 years. "the new york times" says the collection embodies the endurance of sisterhood, the women seeming to get more united with each passing year. here is the most recent picture. >> wow! >> exhibit of these photos brought gallery visitors to tears. i love this. >> i love things that are repeated year after year. that is a wonderful way. >> you could digitally enhance that 1975 photo to see what it would look like but it's not the same as actually doing it. >> i tried to do that with my family. everybody boos me down but when we look at the pictures as the kids get older -- >> great time. a couple whose priceless reaction to big new sincere going viral. so we ask you, what are they reacting to?
well for eight long years, ashley and tyson garner have been struggling to have a baby. they've been in fertility treatment. >> before the photo they learned they're not having one, not two, not three, but four babies. >> jackpot. >> two sets of identical twins. chances of that, one in 70 million. ashley now 18 weeks ago. guess what she's having, guys. four little boygirls. >> oh, wow! >> they're getting a jump on those sisters. >> really. that's perfect. >> wow! >> congratulations. >> we wish them the best. >> absolutely. >> can't wait to see the babies when they're born. i'm sure we'll cover it. >> absolutely will do that. next video, here is what happens to a guy singing the canadian national anthem at a hockey game. check it out.
♪ o canada our home and native land ♪ >> oh! is it a setup? >> doesn't miss a note. >> i think the whole thing is a setup. >> you do? >> seems like it. >> i do not see the red carpet there. >> the guy that lady out the red carpet laid it out in a pattern that -- >> that's what i was thinking. >> he never misses a note. >> he doesn't. >> pretty impressive. >> i don't know. >> either way. >> i am a cynic. i think it was a setup. >> you? >> i know. that's what's trending today. coming up, no excuses. simple ways to take
hoda's truly brave project. it helped to bring an entire stadium to tears. >> pretty incredible. set aside the rivalries to unite over a cause and one remarkable little girl. nbc's josh elliott is here with more. you were at the game last night. >> a wonderful moment. >> and a moment you don't often s see. the nfl obviously has been in the news of late for all the wrong reasons but then there are stories like that of cincinnati bengal devon still and his
4-year-old daughter, leah, and how the ultimate love of a parent for a child and the courage and spirit born of love can inspire us all. >> i had somebody tell me you won't remember your life before you had a child. did you experience something like that? >> the times when she was born were the times that stick out to me. those are the best times in my life. >> pray for me. >> probably one of the smartest kids i've ever met. she always has a smile on her face. and i think having my daughter at such a young age allowed me to grow into a man faster. >> on his days off, devon still travels to wilmington, delaware, to visit his daughter, leah, who lives there with her mother. he made a trip to see her for a
dance resightal. instead he arrived to find her sluggish, running a fever and complaining about pain in her leg. >> we didn't think nothing of it. when we told the doctor, they touched her leg and she jumped in pain. they had a list of things that it could be. finally, the doctor came out and instantly the doctor's lip started shaking and i got myself prepared to hear my worst fear. they found a tumor in her stomach and it was stage four neuroblastoma. >> the cancer had spread to her bone marrow and lymph nodes and was given only a 50% chance of survival. >> where are you going? >> i don't know. >> when you had to tell her, i can't imagine what that must have been like. >> one point that stuck out to me, she was crying and i remember her looking at me and said to me, dad, this is all
your fault. you should have never brought me to the hospital. i broke down crying, because i didn't -- i didn't know what to say. when we first decided to make my daughter's story public, we had a vision we wanted to bring as much awareness to pediatric cancer as possible. >> reporter: leah's fight soon became a national story. devon's team, the cincinnati bengals, took the extraordinary step of signing him to its practice squad. this allowed him to focus on leah while also ensuring access to the nfl's health insurance plan, to cover her treatments. the team also decided to donate all the profits from the sale of his jersey to pediatric cancer research. and to date, sales have raised over $1 million. but before leah's story even broke, she had a starring role
in another initiative, to raise money for pediatric cancer research. hoda's "truly brave" music video. >> you know what's funny? i met leah. she was so cute, right? she was like, hi. chatty and fun. and i had no idea, none, who her father was. only after we had shot it, we did it and someone said, wait a second. is this young girl the same young girl whose father is the football player? and we went and we did one of those like, are you kidding me? kind of things. >> she was just another kid in that video. >> right. >> what was that experience like for her? >> it was a great experience for her. she loved every moment of it. every time she was on the tv she calls me and tells me how she's a movie star. everybody is keeping my daughter's spirits up and i definitely appreciate all the attention that she's getting. >> in the sea of nfl stories that leave you shaking your head, there's this one. she is so full of light and love and joy, this kid. and if you watch her on screen
for five seconds, you know exactly how much she's loved. >> the night before surgery to remove her cancerous tumor, leah wanted to go to the movies. >> hello, miss leah. >> that was great. >> nice to meet you. >> reporter: devon rented a theater for all her family and friends and leah was treated to a world premiere. ♪ say what you want to say and let the words fall out honestly i want to see you be brave ♪ >> she's a fighter. you always expect your child to look up to you. but honestly since june 2nd i've really been looking up to my daughter. i'm ready for today. are you ready for today? are you ready to get this cancer up out of you? let's do it. fist bump. >> reporter: after a nearly six-hour surgery, doctors were
able to successfully remove leah's tumor. but months of treatment still lie ahead before she can be considered cancer free. >> she is way stronger than i ever have been. for her to be able to continue to smile through all this, and continue to have that same personality, it's amazing and is definitely inspiring to me. >> what was it like in that stadium, when that -- first of all, this one -- >> you know what's funny, though? i did call him just before that movie and leah got on the phone and said are you going to come to my movie premiere tonight? i said honey, i wish i could come but -- >> he has done such a wonderful job keeping her life as normal as it can be. and, really, that's -- being part of your video, that's just part of the treatment as keeping her life as good as it can be. last night, matt, was -- it was
incredible. i want to give a special shout out to patriots fan everywhere, but certainly those in the stadium who stood as one while the patriots cheerleaders came out and cincinnati bengals number 75 jersey. you see there. and they played some of hoda's video on the big screen, you see there. and devon, even in the middle of the game, watching. tears rolling past the tape. he has leah strong on there. it's one of those moments that sort of transcends sport and shines a light on a most noble cause. >> that was awesome. >> thanks, josh. >> you have a tough job top ipi yourself. do you come up with a reason, any reason to skip the gym? that ends now as we kick off a special three-day series "no excuses today." jenna wolfe is here with more. good morning .
good to see you. >> good to see you. no excuse i haven't heard before. if you made getting healthy as important as, say, getting dressed in the morning, you would do it. at least i hope you would. >> excuses. >> i can't do it all by myself. >> they come in all shape. >> my belly hurts. >> reporter: sounds and sizes. >> i'm too tired. >> reporter: but when it comes to getting out of bed and working out, it not only starts at an early age, it starts at an early time of day. >> oh, i am so tired. it is the first excuse we make first thing in the morning. how is the rest of the day supposed to work when we start with the snooze button? speaking of snoozing, the average person press that is button three times every morning. that's almost 30 minutes. how about this? take one ten-minute snooze, then
walk around the block and studies show your energy levels increase for two hours. what's the most pathetic excuse you have ever made for not wanting to go work out? >> i can't find my lock for my locker. >> no time. too much to do with the kids. >> reporter: literally, excuses are everywhere. >> i don't like the gym. >> reporter: he doesn't even like the results. >> i never see results. >> reporter: she wants instant gratification. we all want as much as possible as quickly as possible. be patient with yourself. half the people who begin an exercise program will drop out within six months and the gym? you don't really need it. health and fitness apps are growing 87% faster than any other category. so take a lesson from these kids. this might be what they're thinking. >> i forgot. >> i need a snack. >> it's too heavy for me. >> reporter: but they've got their priorities straight. they're making no excuses today.
they can do it, we can do it. >> let's get to the solution. i'm too tired. >> prepare ahead. pack everything at night. not just your t-shirt and shorts, everything, including untangling your headphones, five minutes from your alarm goes off to when you walk out the door and go to the gym. >> i don't like the gym setting. >> bring the gym to you. pick your three favorite moves and do them in your own house. nobody is watching. do them in as much or as little time as you want. first one for ten reps, ten reps, nine, eight, seven. it should take you 35 minutes. three moves for you that i'm going to -- three of my favorite moves. apple pickers. put a weight in your hand, work the obliques and shoulders. >> got it. >> move number two is a burpee. you can do a modified burpee, too, out, out, in, in. do ten of those and plank with a knee touch. give yourself a couple of knee touches. >> that's one of my favorite moves also. >> all three. last, but not least --
>> i don't see results. >> here is the deal. seriously. you don't invest in your good morning i'm chris cato. bill henley has your first alert forecast, what do you 1993. >> we're waiting, temperatures will be climbing, we're seeing 30s in the suburbs. that's a nice view, long shadows through some of the cities in center city. here at nbc 10 we will warm to 52. by lunchtime 65. we will make it to the 07s later today. and katie zachary has a look at the roads today. >> we're seeing some volume out
there. there is an issue for drivers 95 northbound at the early morning of 322. you see there was an accident. it has moved to the left hand shoulder but it is slows cars coming from 322. also a update to an accident, 495. blocking the two right lanes, but the new information is that it moved to the shoulder, chris. today concerns over a respiratory virus have a school district taking action. a 4-year-old's death was confirmed to be by enterovirus. the school is being disinfected this morning. we'll be back with another update in about 25 minutes. for now i'm chris cato and we'll go back to "the today show" have a great monday.
al says you can't wear a jacket, you need something to workup to. >> but i have a jacket. >> you tricked me! >> bastille will perform their hit song "pompeii." you know the song. >> we lo love them. how about glenn close is stopping by, telling us what it took to get her back on broadway. >> how many pull-ups can you do? we have a guy who wants to set a world record by doing more than 4,182 in 24 hours, attempting it right here live in our studio. there he is. >> that guy? >> he started. >> 4,179 more to go. >> first let's get a check of the weather. >> i hate that guy. let me go on record by saying that. >> i knew you would say that. a risk of strong storms, texas into west virginia.
beautiful weather out along the west coast. southeast looking good, too. and the northeast. then for tomorrow, we've got that wet weather hanging around in the upper great lakes, down to the gulf coast. western third of the country, looking pretty good. high surf advisories continue in southern california. look for showers making their way into interior sections of new england and new york as good morning i'm bill henley. a chilly start this morning, 30s and 40s but we'll see lots of sunshine and with a warm wind we'll warm into the 70s this afternoon. the bright sunshine will be taking a break. chance of a shower during the day and a better chance of showers on tuesday. clearing out wednesday. another chance of showers as we head toward the weekend. have a great day. >> and that's your latest weather. mr. lawyer? >> glenn close is a hollywood
icon, who has put everythilayed from french royalty to cruella devil devil deville. is it like riding a bike? >> i hope so, yes. it makes me nervous when you say it has been 20 years. >> this show is heavy on dialogue. >> yes. >> and i think people often forget it's not just when you do a show for an actor or actress, learning lines. there are stage directions. you're supposed to be in a certain place when you deliver that line. is it overwhelming? >> well, i have to say that this particular play, edward albees of language is challenging and we've all come to a moment where you are on the floor. >> what happens if i forget a
line? >> everyone is very sympathetic. when you get into the incredible rhythm of the play, which is what you try to find during rehearsals, then it slowly starts to come. and that is really fun, to do that kind of exploration. >> do you have nightmares about forgetting lines? >> of course i do. >> i would. >> not with this one yet. but -- oh, absolutely. all the time. >> what happens? it's not like elementary school where that teacher would lean forward and say follow the yellow brick road. what actually happens? >> well, you hope that either you learned it so -- it becomes subliminal or that your fellow actor will get you out of it. >> pick up and fill the space? >> yes. >> john lithgow, who you worked with in qurgs garth" said i'm the male glenn close and she's the female. do you know what he means by that? >> i wouldn't mind being taller, but he's very tall. i think he meant that we've kind
of done everything. we started out basically the same time, in our generation that started in theater in new york. and he has done a lot of television. i've done television. he has done film. you know. and stage and we -- >> is there a natural chemistry there? >> oh, yeah. since "garth" he has been my friend. >> a co-worker of yours has said recently, you starred in "damages" with her. she said at first i was intimidated and then i learned she's just very shy. don't give me the shy look now. don't play shy on me. are you shy? >> when i was a child, i was morbidly shy. outside of my real family circle. and i think when you have that, you still have kind of a
shyness. >> quite a career choice. >> not at all. so many actors are shy. they have this ability to express themselves -- it's easier for me to get up on stage and do something than it is to sing for my parents in the living room. >> you also get to be someone else? >> exactly. >> you don't have to stand up there as yourself. >> that's right. >> not bad for a shy kid, three tonys, three emmys, two golden globes. you slakd in the golden globes. have to pick one up there. six oscar nominations. they slacked there, not you. what are you looking for in ter terterm s of career now? what gets you motivated? >> exactly what i'm doing now. i had been away from the theater 20 years for one reason or another i think it's where my home is and it's where you really have to come up with the
goods. and so at this point in my career, i was incredibly motivated to come back, be in a tough show, a challenging show with remarkable actors around me and get back to the basics of my craft. >> as i watched you over the last 20 or so years, you've always delivered the goods and i'm sure you will in this one. glenn, it's good to see you. >> thank you. >> "a delicate balance" opens october 20th. and a performance from the hit band
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ all of your flaws and all of my flaws when they have been sxhumed we'll see that we need them to be who we are without them we'd be doomed ♪ ♪ there's a hole in my soul i can't fill it i can't fill it there's a hole in my soul can you fill it can you fill it ♪ ♪ you have always worn your flaws upon your sleeve
and i have always buried them deep beneath the ground dig them up let's finish what we've started dig them up so nothing's left unturned ♪ ♪ ooh ooh ♪ ♪ when all of your flaws and all of my flaws are counted when all of your flaws and all of my flaws are counted ♪ ♪ you have always worn your flaws upon your sleeve and i have always buried them
deep beneath the ground dig them up let's finish what we've started dig them up so nothing's left unturned ♪ ♪ oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, ♪ ♪ all of your flaws and all of my flaws are laid out one by one look at the wonderful mess that we made we pick ourselves undone ♪ >> we'll have more music from bastille in a moment. but first this is "today" on nbc.
series on "today" brought to you by toy yeet. >> we are very happy to welcome back bastille to our plaza. radio city music hall sold out. kyle simmons and chris wood, better known as woody. guys, welcome back. good to see you. >> thank you for having us. >> when you were here last time we asked you with all this success, do you feel like rock stars and you said it's too early. ask us in a few months. so, do you feel like rock stars? >> we might have been referring to too early in the morning. >> obviously with what's going on, do you now feel the whole idea of being rock stars? >> i mean, i've got a leather jacket. >> you look the part. there's no question about it. >> he's holding my guitar. >> has it been a whirlwind?
>> that's true. >> has it been a whirlwind? >> it's been amazing. incredible summer, played 40 festivals around europe. it's great to be back in america and we're excited about that. much bigger than we ever thought we would play. we're really excited. >> radio city is pretty cool. >> it's insane. >> unbelievable we get to play that. >> while on tour you're writing new music. do you stand up on stage on a given night and listen to the great response to the hits you're singing and think, wow, that puts a lot of pressure on what we write next? >> yeah. >> sorry about that. that's my bad. >> i think when you stop to think about what we're doing, and what we did on the first album. hopefully, people will like it. >> you found enough time in your busy schedule to allow woody to propose and get married. is that the proposal? hey, sweetheart, if the band can
find some time in tour dates, can we get married ? >> pretty much. i'm not very romantic, if you will. >> you have a very understanding wife, don't you? >> very tolerant, yeah. >> what are you going to sing? >> pompeii. >> i think i've heard that. ladies and gentlemen, bastille. ♪ eh-eh-o eh-o ♪ ♪ i was left to my own devices many days fell away with nothing to show and the walls kept tumbling down in the city that we love great clouds roll over the hills
bringing darkness from above ♪ ♪ but if you close your eyes does it almost feel like nothing changed at all and if you close your eyes does it almost feel like sfwlnchts you've been here before how am i gonna be an optimist about this how am i gonna be an optimist about this ♪ ♪ we were caught up and lost in all of our vices in your pose as the dust settled around us ♪ ♪ and the walls kept tumbling down in the city that we love great clouds roll over the hills bringing darkness from above ♪
♪ but if you close your eyes does it almost feel like nothing changed at all and if you close your eyes does it almost feel like you've been here before ♪ ♪ how am i gonna be an optimist about this how am i gonna be an optimist about this if you close your eyes ♪ ♪ e-eh-o eh-o eh-eh-o eh-o ♪ ♪ oh, where do we begin the rubble or our sins oh, where do we begin the rubble or our sins ♪ ♪ and the walls kept tumbling down in the city that we love ♪ ♪ great clouds roll over the hills bringing darkness from above ♪
♪ but if you close your eyes does it almost feel like nothing changed at all and if you close your eyes does it almost feel like you've been here before ♪ ♪ how am i gonna be an optimist about this how am i gonna be an optimist about this if you close your eyes does it almost feel like nothing changed at all ♪ ♪ eh-eh-o eh-o eh-eh-o eh-o eh-eh-o eh-o eh-eh-o eh-o ♪ >> guys, thank you. bastille will be back with more music later on. meet the guy who is about to
over the past four years pennsylvania has gone from 9th to 47th in job creation. and now, news about our economy is getting even worse. "pennsylvania's jobless rate is up for the second straight month as employment fell and unemployment rose." "bond rating agency has cut pennsylvania's rating to double a minus because of recurring budget deficits." "the state government is out of cash and is scrambling to make sure school districts and state employees can even be paid." considered one of the greatest endorsed ironman in australia's history. this morning he embarks on a new history to set the guinness
world record for pull-ups. alex enger, begguinness world record official. >> i've sort of been good at pul pull-ups so why not try? >> how are you going to break the record if you're only sort of good? >> a lot of training. >> alex, what does he have to do here? >> the chin has to hit the bar, his body has to remain completely straight and the elbows must be lowered completely. >> i didn't realize you didn't have a mike on because you didn't have a shirt to put the mike on. nevertheless, let's see what you've got. are you ready? >> i'm ready. >> here we go. cain, are you in position? is he starting out right? >> he is. >> three, two, one, start. we'll be live streaming, today.com. see how it turns out for the
cain man. >> i just pulled a pec. >> he's going to pace himself, doing this over a long period of time. >> officially on the clock right now. >> has a beer, hangs out. for 24 hours. we should try this. >> let's check in with willard. >> hey, new york, wish you were here with us to newport, rhode island. doris larkin, lovely lady, syracuse, in the great state of new york. we wish her a very happy birthday. she watches nbc news every night with brian williams. one of the great names in broadcasting. good for her. we appreciate that. thank you. >> and this is marguerite goodner, 104 years old today. she makes little dolls for her grandchildren. how about that? dale slingluff is 100 years old today from toledo, iowa.
this is kelsey dotson from waxhaw in the great state of north carolina, 100 years old today. at 100, he still cuts the grass. does his own lawn mowing. how about that? new york, you are so good. you look great on television. i'm going to go home and watch the show. >> willard, thank you very much. how is he breaking news. we just learned that all brixton public schools are closed today because of a water main break. crews are working on fixing the break that o turned under the bridge. those students should have a pretty nice day to not have to
go to school once it warms up, it's still cool out there, right? >> yeah, i wonder if someone was monkeying around with that water main. we're watching the temperatures climb now 55 in philadelphia. pottstown is 48 degrees. wildwood 63. plenty of sunshine today, breezy winds gusting to 25 miles per hour. >> today family and friends will pay final respects to a pennsylvania state trooper killed in a training exercise. it will be at christ the king church in philadelphia. he was accidentally shot by another trooper during a training exercise last week.
>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" with al roker, willie geist, natalie morales and tamron hall live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. big crowout there on the plaza to welcome al roker home. >> yes! >> yes. >> and also bastille. >> yes, bastille. >> welcome back. >> thank you. thank you. >> was it mazing? >> it was the most humbling and at the same time awe-inspiring, to see the work that these men and women do, 24/7, unbelievable. bagram itself is like a city -- bagram air base. jay leno, iliza shlesinger,
did you do to get yourself motivated or was it just being in that moment and realizing -- >> you really are in the moment. i wanted to get people on and off, get to jay leno, who is unbelievable. the man has not missed a step. he is an amazing person. and he took pictures and signed autographs for literally five hours straight. iliza shlesinger, kevin eubanks, bringing people up on stage to sing and then craig robinson, mr. hot tub time machine. which they are doing the sequel. >> really? >> hot tub time machine two. he ended with the "star spangled banner." and it -- >> brought the house down? >> was electrifying. >> we have to praise you because this was your idea. you made the call and made this happen. people often ask is al roker as
nice as he seems on tv? and i always say absolutely. this is proof of that. >> my kids have a different answer. >> they think you're nice, just not hip. >> i can't believe you got people on and off stage, roker material there. >> you practice on us every day. >> do you know what i did do when i got back? i went and had a mani/pedi with my daughter, leyla. >> what was that about? >> i literally -- i came back. i really missed you, dad. i said, let's go have -- i went for a haircut with nikki. i said do you want to go for a mani/pedi? >> nice. what color did you pick out? >> i went with clear. personally i was going to go with smokin' hot but decided that was a bit much. >> don't you love the nail -- we go in to get a mani/pedi, the names of the nail polishes. >> whoever dreams them up. >> one of the best jobs ever. >> go from dodging rockets at
bagram to mani/pedi in 24 hours. >> daddy/daughter bonding. >> we'll show that wednesday. >> looking forward to it. unbelievable video to show you. i can't believe everybody is okay. nobody is even injured. watch this. a race crash caught on tape in italy. spectators watching this rally race. >> one girl on the curve just misses being crushed. >> it's mazing that they can be that up close. >> they run these on regular streets, rally car races. if you want to walk up and sit on a wall you can. >> you see the danger. >> somehow everybody gets out of the way or is lucky to not be hit by it. >> by the grace of god. >> one woman was slightly injured. >> she just misses being crushed by that car. >> one girl was treated for shock. the driver and passenger are taken to the hospital for minor injuries, a miracle in itself. >> this is like a hollywood movie. >> and the video, if you listen,
you can hear that initial impact of the car with the curb. it sounds like an explosion. >> no time to get out of the way. here is an incredible story. truly a medical marvel. 36-year-old woman has become the first in the world to give birth with a womb transplant. the newborn was born without a womb, received a trans plant from a 61-year-old family friend, she received the womb. a year after that transplant, the embryo was transplanted and vincent was born by c-section, weighed just under four pounds. both are said to be fine, healthy and well and have returned home already. there are seven more women who also have received transplants. they hope to get pregnant soon but there were, of course -- as with medicine, there were others that did not take and they had to remove the womb. it's incredible. it's being done in sweden and a
couple of other countries. i believe here in the u.s., in early stages where they're testing the idea of using womb transplants. that's hard to say. >> i was going to say. >> womb transplant. >> this is the first successful one they've done? >> the first successful one. imagine what that could do. >> gives a lot of people hope. >> if you can't carry a child, maybe down the road some day. >> a number of us have proposed or have been proposed to. you're still waiting. it's okay. i know you have. guys with lines -- no. it's true. >> finish the story. >> but anyway, guy's proposal filled with hot air. literally hot air. eric baretto was proposing to his fiance on a romantic hot air balloon ride. then it drifts off course, ends up in the surf. that's not good. little flame going. here is how eric -- >> the sunset was perfect. >> i don't know if they were paying attention to the sunset.
here is how eric describes what happene happened. >> my fiance and i were getting engaged up there. next thing you know, the balloon was veering off toward the water and trying to get back to land. the air up there was so stagnant, we were going straight down. no matter what the pilot tried, we couldn't go back this way. >> wow! thankfully, nobody hurt. >> she said yes, i hope. >> although with all those life guards and bare-chested guys maybe she was having second thoughts. >> reversed it? >> maybe like a backup. >> that's wrong. that is wrong. give these surfers credit. they're the ones who towed them in. >> the guy drops the rope down. guys are on their surfboards pulls it in. >> like "bay watch." >> having backup because backup husband, i guess we dropped that story.
>> you weren't on the conference call. >> no, no. adam. >> why would you bring that up? >> adam miller, did you not tell me we were doing that story? >> i did. >> we discussed it. >> but it was not on the -- >> let's get to this. tamron has a really great story. >> i do. thank you, natalie. >> this is your monday moment. >> our monday moment. >> great segue. georgia police officer has been battling stage five kidney failure, in need of a transplant. we've heard these stories before, long wait lists and seems there's no light at the end of this wait. in this case we're hoping to find a donor. he posed for a photo with his wife and daughters and were holding up a sign that says our daddy needs a kidney. this picture i'm holding up was posted to facebook and it went viral. viral videos. this picture went viral. it is incredible. hundreds of people offered to help the family, including chris carroll, a health consultant, in
texas and ended up being a match. >> wow! >> uh-huh. the two underwent successful transplant operation late last month. the family and the photographer are now paying it forward. this is chris there. that's his match. and they are paying it forward by helping others. cute picture of the family says we found a kidney for daddy. all smiles in this. i love that they are paying it forward and they are looking to help others. it's easy now to focus in on their family and wow, but they're paying it forward. how cute? that's our monday moment. if you have a moment that you think will make us smile. make us feel good. anything positive. >> that we love to share. >> send it to us. #today'stake. we may show them later in the show. i love these on monday. a lot of people -- even if you worked on the weekend, had the day off, saturday, sunday, it's monday. you need something to get you
started. now we're heading into the fall and winter. you don't have the sun and warmth. it's easy to get -- >> are you okay? >> i'm working it out in my head, why i want to be here. i need a monday pep talk. >> tamron needs a reason to get up in the morning. >> send me something so i will wake up. >> there you go. we've got a little bit of activity off the baja, california, coast. 60-mile-per-hour winds, tropical storm simon. quickly making its way across the gulf of california and into the southwest. all that moisture will begin streaming by the area of green. you can see it pushing into southern california, parts of arizona and new mexico. we're talking one to three inches of rain. it might not sound like a lot, it's enough to make it flood in those areas. they've been seeing a lot of flooding already this fall. western third of the country looking spectacular. high surf advisories in southern california. they'll continue through
tomorrow. good morning i'm bill henley. a chilly start this morning, but we'll see lots of sunshine and with a healthy southerly wind we'll warm into the 70s this afternoon. the bright sunshine will take a break. a chance of a shower later in the day. a better chance on tuesday. clearing out on wednesday, 72 wednesday afternoon. lots of sunshine on thursday and another chance of showers as we head toward the weekend. have a great day. >> and that's your latest weather. i missed the pink or swim thing when i was away. >> you did. >> let me fill you in. go to today.com. vote for which one of the four of us you would like to see dunked in a tank filled with pink water. after you vote, you can donate right here at today.com. it all benefits the avon foundation for women. here is the deal. we have to raise $10,000 if one
of us is going in the drink. if we don't get $10,000, no one gets dunked. it's more important to give, if you can. >> who do people want dunked right now? >> the dunk would be this friday. >> tamron is in the lead. >> polling just in from chuck todd. let's see. do we have the numbers here? we're just going to say them. fantastic. tamron at 42%. natalie, creeping up on her at 38%. there it is. >> i need to vote for natalie. >> al, you and i looking pretty good down there. >> voting for willie. >> someone punished you for that. we still have money to raise here. when you go to vote make that click. >> here is what would be cool if the two of you tied and both of you had to go in. make that happen, america. >> no. one of the stars of
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joshua jackson is best known from the hit show "dawson's creek" that ran for five seasons. >> remember those days? now he's starring in a new drama called "the affair." the loss of a child and a rocky marriage. >> my mom asked us to drop by tonight. >> oh. >> she wanted to do something. i told her it was all right. she's going to cook lasagna. everybody is going to be there. >> great. >> allison. i w
let's try to have a good day today. >> it's a real pick-me-up that show. first thing on a monday morning. >> first feel-bad show of the year. >> it's going to start some conversations. >> i think it is. and that's not representative to the total show. that relationship is in the process of falling apart, but there's another -- the affair, obviously, is happening. that character is falling in love on the other side. so there's a little bit of that good stuff in there as well. >> you get two perspectives, almost as if you're playing two characters? >> i'm actually not one of the perspectives. it's from her side and then the man she's having the affair with, from his side as well. each episode is broken into those two pieces. you'll hear his story and his version of the same story and they don't match up. >> it's funny. natalie pointed tout me there's a lot of nudity in the show. i didn't even notice when i was watching. >> dark natalie. >> yeah. well, yeah. >> more reason to watch.
>> and montauk, did you have to worry about -- >> the shrinkage issue? >> yeah. >> why does it always go back to the shrinkage issue? >> he was sort of alluding to that. >> having a cup of coffee, they just splattered it all across the television screen. >> it's a legitimate question. there are actors and actresses who won't do nudity. >> for a man it's less difficult. there's less of abuse of power when you're asking a man to walk around with his shirt off. for a woman, i think you need to provide a much more protected space. and then it really depends on who the crew is and who the other actor is. ruth, who plays my wife, is just a lovely woman and a very -- you
know, strong and comfortable in herself. once you have a good rapport, hopefully you get past the awkwardness portion that have. >> it's ten episodes now, right? you kind of have an end? you know where it's going or could it continue? >> we just finished the last -- >> could it continue? >> it could definitely continue. the executive who stayed with the show, they've always talked about it as a three-season show, sort of chapters in the book. the first one definitely ends, comes to a conclusion. but there's certainly an idea for a second and third season. >> 20th anniversary "the mighty ducks," your first film. i loved that movie. >> it is crazy. it's actually the 23rd anniversary of the first one. >> wow! >> and i think the 20th anniversary of the second one. >> you still hear about it, i'm sure, every day. >> and randomly, i mad a movie in 1998 with one of your other guests and i just met his son
and told me his daughter is in high school now. >> welcome to our world. >> and then also the other benefit of my life, all of my awkward high school moments are caught on camera. i haven't seen those pictures in quite a while but oh, boy. >> we love taking you down. >> you're doing okay. >> i survived. >> "the affair" premieres on showtime this sunday, october 12th. coming up next, an important health alert to tell you about. later on, if you ever wonder who had is running the show around here, take a look at our control room. >> i want to see every pore on al's face. >> no, you don't. >> zoom in on al's face. >> horror. shock and horror. >> ryan, go to break. shock and horror. >> ryan, go to break. >> pl sir, we're loaded and getting ready to go... ...we're going to need you on the runway.
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good monday morning. we started off chilly today but the sun is warming us up. >> frosty in some spots. temperatures are turning temperatures around. look at the sunshine in the pocono mountains and you see the leaves blowing in the trees. in philadelphia we're in the 50s. sunshine and 55 degrees. wind will be increasing out of the south. right now into the 70s later on. >> in less than two hours, family, friends, and hundreds of
law enforcement officers will pay their final respects to a pennsylvania state trooper killed in a training accident. it will be at christ the king church. he was accidentally shot by another trooper during a training exercise last tuesday. he was 26 years old and he was a member of the state police since june of 2012. police are working to identify a driver killed in an early morning crash. the man was speeding when his suv crashed into the back of a tanker truck. that interception was closed for nearly four hours. police say the victim had a fake id on him so they're not sure of his identity. we'll have another update coming your way in about 25 minutes. you can always get the latest
welcome back to "today," monday, othctober 6th, 2014. we have quite a treat in our studio this morning. i'm willie along with al, natalie and tamron. the harlem globe trotters. >> have they ever won a game? >> struggling this year as well. >> honoring members of the military in a very special way. big easy, ant, cheese and ball. welcome, harlem globetrotters. you're going to be on the intrepid to announce the hometown hero initiative. tell us about that. >> hometown heroes, for retired
and present and, you know, just doing it for the military. we want to honor them. also this year we're playing with a camouflage ball, as you can see. we're going to donate a portion of our game to them so we can show them how much we care about them as well. >> that's very cool. you travel around the world. what do you get out of this, playing for these crowds? >> great tradition we have, great memories. you could be 9 or 90 years old. the high-flying dunks, flashy passes, great showmanship, big easy and if you've be-- we've bn around 89 years. it's humbling to be here. >> the big circle. >> nominate a hometown hero. when we come to your city -- >> ticket goes on sale today, 2015 world tour. >> hey, hey! >> is that the master circle?
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good morning i'm bill henley, a chilly start this morning. we'll see lots of sunshine and with a healthy southernly wind we'll warm into the 07s this afternoon. back into the 70s tomorrow, but the sunshine will be taking a break. chance of a shower during the day, evening showers on tuesday. clearing out on wednesday, 72 on wednesday. another chance of showers as we head towards the weekend. >> that's your latest weather. >> there are jerseys all over the floor. it's like a locker room. >> jerseys on the floor. >> the days of "i know what you did last summer," ryan phillippe. >> "catch hell" which he also co-wrote and stars in. take a look.
>> what is going on? >> i'm diana's husband. >> i have no idea what you're talking about. >> hand me that gator thumper. you're never ain't gonna touch what ain't yours again. >> ryan phillippe, good morning. >> thanks for having me. >> you seem to do it all as well. do you do what the globetrotters do as well? >> i don't. you all looked great. >> no, we didn't. >> i sent everybody to lunch. i don't know why they're still here. >> did you guys get the cue? >> you co-wrote the script. >> i did. >> direct this thing. you've got a lot going on here. >> it was a relatively simple story, something of a modern version of "misery" an actor kidnapped by a guy's wife who he had an affair with. there's a little dark humor in it. it's a thriller in the vein of
"misery" and "deliverance." >> what is it like directing ryan phillippe? word in the industry is he's very difficult. >> he is. i know how to handle him. there's sort of like a reality. i'm playing myself, essentially. there wasn't a tremendous amount of prep work to do because i was being me basically. as if i were kidnapped on location in louisiana. >> this is in -- with your kids, your son that's older, would he be able to take this? >> no. no. this is more -- >> another movie. >> it's called "catch hell." >> yeah, exactly. >> that is kind of a tease. >> give away. kids, you can't see this one. >> producers of "saw" as well, which gives some indication of what the film is like. is it difficult to wear that many hats, directing, starring? how do you manage all of that? >> the next one i'm going to
direct this winter, i'm not going to star in which i can't wait. it was difficult for that reason. my co-writer and i wrote it by design so i could do both jobs. it's pretty exhausting but exciting, too. to get to make your first movie, it's so difficult to have it come to pass. >> how long since you've been rising up through the ranks of acting, was that in the back of your mind as a goal? >> it absolutely was, and working with guys like robert altman and clint eastwood only confirmed that. taking into my first experience as a director was invaluable. i can't thank those men enough. robert, of course, has pasd on. but clint was a huge mentor in that regard. >> in addition to acting, directing and all those things, you have a special talent, some passion for singing? >> for singing. >> oh, that's -- >> singing particular stuff. >> this is something you probably read that is when i
first start mied career. >> yes. >> which is like 20 years ago. i am not going to sing. >> why? >> i don't sing. i would sooner rap than sing. >> come over this way. >> if it's an opportunity to get in the shower with you, al that, i'm excited about. >> there you go. hold on just a second. here we have our shower area. >> you guys. that's so silly. i'm here promoting my gritty film and you're going to put me in a shower. >> if you were to sing about your gritty indy film, "catching hell," what would you sing? >> are you really doing this to me? i am not a singer. i can make some noise with this thing. i would like you to sing, al. >> all right. we were told that -- >> sinatra. >> this is why you should do preinterviews, right? >> obviously, i thought we had. but i guess we didn't. so you're not a big -- you're
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dracula came to be. >> no. stop it. >> i chose this. >> this strength you sought. >> luke evans is dracula. oh! >> wow! >> how did that happen? >> i've acquired it on the film and have been using it ever since. >> that's quite the entrance. >> yeah, yeah. >> so, luke, let's talk about this movie "dracula untold." what do we need to know about dracula that we don't know already you? bring a bit of history into this version of it. >> we've seen, as you said, al, there have been dracula movies. we base the story back in the 1400s with the historic figure who actually inspired bram
stroker. it's not the dracula people know. it's the dracula people don't know. >> i can't help but notice, you've got teeth that are kind of -- >> those are yours. >> are they really? >> they are. it's the oddest thing. see, they look good on that screen there. >> you could be dracula. >> i was born to play a vampire at some point in my career. they're huge. a lot of people think i had them filed for the film. but, no. >> no? >> that would be silly. >> and painful. >> and painful, yes. yeah. >> so transform yourself into this character. you had to have hair extensions. >> i did. >> something i don't know anything about. what does it take you each day to get ready for this? >> hair extensions, as you women know, they put them in and about three weeks later they start
falling out and you have to have them replied. it takes about seven hours. horrible. i don't know why people do it. >> that look there. >> my hair was a bit longer. it made it just -- but hell. hell. absolutely hell. and the armor, that was hell, too. it looks fantastic. that's what's most important. but it was very uncomfortable to fight in. >> this is your first leading role. you've been in huge blockbuster films but this is your first leading role? >> yes, my title role. it's not just a title but dracula and i'm picking up the baton from a legacy. >> like to scare people around here. >> luke evans, thank you so much. dracula untold opens up next friday. dracula untold opens up next friday. we're back with the answer to treating your dog's fleas and ticks is staring you right in the face. nexgard, from the makers of frontline® plus. it's the only soft, beef-flavored chew that kills both fleas and ticks. vets recommend it. and dogs, well, they're begging for it.
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from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hey, everybody. thanks so much for joining us for a fun day monday, october 6th. hope you had a wonderful, wonderful weekend. we have a big show today. >> we certainly do. emily rodakowski, one of the actresses in "gone girl." she plays the mistress. >> yes, without giving anything away, i guess. >> she also was in the video, a lot of the guys know it, "blurred lines." keep watching it on repeat. >> she's a beautiful girl. you can see why he's tempted. >> yes. >> okay. so i want to talk about this,
hoda woman, shine a light thing. >> we'll talk about this later. >> we are? >> a little segment on it. cincinnati bengals player whose daughter leah is battling cancer. josh elliott did a piece on it. >> there is a rumor going around that you and i are going to be at the wwe raw tonight at barclay center in -- >> what? >> i don't think it is a true rumor. >> john cena is here and he -- first of all, part of the reason we did it is because we fell in love with john cena. he came here last times, you guys -- >> should we remind everyone of how adorable he was and how we fell in love. >> he granted a wish to a young boy named nick. he was born with heart issues and he endured all these surgeries and john walked out and surprised him. look at his face. >> he shakes his hand. >> can i get a seat, is that all right? can you hold on to this for a second?
>> cool! >> look at him. he's speechless. >> we're happy to report that we reached out and we actually did hear back from his family, from nick. little nick. he's doing great and the family went on a disney vacation this summer, he's taking karate to get -- he's going to go for his orange belt next week. >> we're going to speak to john in a little bit. also, by the way there is a little distraction in the studio these days because -- >> yeah. there is some -- >> every now and then you hear grunting and we wondered what could it possibly be? >> not unusual around here. >> there is a guy doing pull-ups, cane eckstein. he's trying to break the guinness book of world record for the most pull-ups in one hour. the record, 4,182. he does them, takes a second, takes a breath. >> he can go to sleep for a while if he wanted to.
it is the amount in a certain amount of time. we could watch him all day long. how are you doing, cane? you good? >> good. >> oh, good. he's got -- >> where are you keeping that microphone? okay. i don't want to objectify him, that would be so wrong. >> i'm glad he's doing it without his shirt on. >> me too. >> okay. >> okay. i guess i did take a weekend picture. i forgot. it was a beautiful weekend, except for saturday. fall is in the air. >> oh, gorgeous. >> the leaves are already dropping and changing and all kinds of stuff. and hoda woman went to see a movie that did not get the best reviews, but -- >> how it didn't, i'm shocked. a movie called "this is where i leaf you" with jane fonda, jason batem bateman, tina fey, an amazing cast. it is poignant, you'll laugh, you'll cry. i can't believe it was one of those blockbuster juggernauts, feel good movie and it was so great. it is about a family who loses, i guess, jane fonda's character's husband passes away
and all these siblings have to stay there for ten days and none of them want to be there because they have stuff to do and they're forced. all the shenanigans, it is so great. >> i want to see it. i should never listen to reviews. i should not listen to reviews. i'll see it now. >> it is so great. >> i'll wait until it comes out but i want to see it. i ask the question when we lose a beloved iconic member of anyone in the world, when is it too soon to make a joke about them or do a sketch about them or over the weekend -- >> yes, sarah silverman was hosting "snl" and she did a bit about joan rivers in heaven. and it is mixed reviews on twitter and things where she was -- there were other celebs who passed away and joan is roasting them. so there is richard crier is there, eartha kitt, freddie mercury. here is a clip of joan roasting steve jobs. >> ladies and gentlemen of
heaven, please welcome miss joan rivers! >> thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you. heaven, are you serious? me in heaven? so many incredible people here tonight. even steve jobs right here. incredible. steve, i hope you're forced to buy a newer better casket every six months so you can see how we feel. am i right? listen, people, comedy is to make us laugh and to deal with things. so open the gates, let me in here, let's start this show! thank you, you're wonderful. good night! >> also ben franklin was on the end and so she -- wasn't for you? >> wasn't for me. i'm sorry, i'll be as honest as i always am, it was a bad impression of her and wasn't funny at all. so joan, if it had been funny,
joan would have loved it. that's my take. >> and sarah silverman and joan were very close friends. >> yeah. >> she said when i guess sarah went on jimmy kimmel after joan passed away, she said she was broken inside because she loved her so much. >> joan went way over the line many, many times as well and comedy is not pretty sometimes. and joan sometimes took on people who had just passed away and, you know, so all i know is one thing she did not forgive is if you weren't funny. did not. i don't know. did it work for you? >> i didn't think it was that funny. i watched the whole thing and i watched through it and maybe it was too soon. okay, so, watch what happens live is going to be on tonight. >> right. >> andy cohen sits down with teresa and joe giudice. >> we don't know how to say -- >> giudice. she's come on three times and each time it is something different, different pronunciation. they were sentenced, as you guys know, for their tax fraud or -- and all that stuff. 41 months the husband got. teresa got 15 months.
>> for fraudulent mortgage and construction loans totalling $5 million, you guys. >> they did plead guilty. teresa will serve her 15 months first and then her husband joe -- her husband joe will go in so someone is watching the children. >> here's the thing about it. obviously they pleaded guilty, so they knew they had done wrong, didn't want to get caught, they got caught. she is a very likable lady when she's been around us. we have no problem with that. i'm just surprised that the judge didn't give -- make joe serve his sentence first. her children are -- i'm not sure what age they are, 12, 13, they're in that area. if he's got to serve four years or so, then that gets them off to college and keeps their mother at home with them. and then she -- i don't know. it seems strange that she would serve first and how he's going to make a living while she's in prison. >> i see another bravo for -- >> i wonder if cameras will be on the men. anyway, they did speak to andy
cohen, we got a teaser. but andy asked her if she had been in denial in regards to the involvement in the fraud case. here is what she had to say. >> well, i do need to rethink before i sign, i do need to understand things before i sign them. i can't just -- i'm a trustworthy person, and sometimes i take, you know, what other people say and i just believe them and i trust them. and i can't do that anymore. >> what is your biggest fear about going to prison? >> i just think about my daughters. >> that's it? >> that's all i think about. >> what did she say to you? >> she said it is going to be okay, you know, and she is being strong for me, i can tell, and she's, like, mommy, don't worry about it, i'll be there, i'll be there, you know, i'll help daddy with the girls, and she makes me want to be a better mom. they'll prepare me for when i'm
a mom and i'm like, it broke my heart when she said that. >> wow. >> so anyway, i feel for her. >> it is heart breaking. >> the kids are 13, 11, 8 and 5. so -- >> and they'll serve two years of probation after they served their prison time. >> yes. >> this is serious. >> it is. >> anyway, wish that family well. >> your favorite thing. >> we're going to have everyone has a story this thursday, we're running out of time to talk to our winner. we'll get to that. there is a guy i've fallen in love with, anthony destefano. he writes the greatest children's books. i fell in love with this "i just can't take it anymore." it is all for a child about faith and all the things that go wrong in their lives. $10 on amazon.com. bless your children with this. adorable. hoda? >> this is called miracle dogs rescue stories by liz stavrindze. it is a great book.
i have to say -- >> you're in it. >> i'm biased. >> look at this cute picture of blake. blake is in it. >> and your friend jennifer miller has her -- >> look at that picture. >> there is jen with her dog. it is 16 bucks, all the money goes to help rescue dogs. >> and amazon.com. >> everyone has a story winner is on the phone. >> we do have her. >> yes. >> okay. >> her name is nina brombaugh. >> from lake forest, florida. >> there they are. >> hello, ladies. >> her nom sharon wrote in to nominate her daughter. she is a single mother of a 7-year-old little boy. she was diagnosed with breast cancer when she was just 28 years old and after two years of being cancer free, she learned the cancer moved to her bones. she had undergone -- we'll hear the story on thursday. how are you doing now, sweetie? >> wonderful. i have no --
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>> why wdo this boo you? how could it be? >> that's a long story. i just think i've been doing this for a long time and i just think there is a portion of our audience that also wants to see new stars be equally as successful. so like i said, a sign of respect, they express their discontent. as long as they're loud, that's okay with me. >> we liked having you last time. that must be such a great part of your job. you meet this adorable kid named nick, whose dream is to meet you and you walk out -- >> who has his wrestling name, nick the stitch. yes, really cool thing on monday night raw, we picked three make-a-wish kids and they got to have their own wwe entrance with their own name. it was a neat thing. thank you for orchestrating this. >> this is not uncommon among the guys. they're all very active in the communities and trying to make the world a better are place. while they're knocking the guts out of each other in the ring.
>> we have a 20-year relationship with make-a-wish foundation. we're always on tour. we always go to the places. we can always meet kids and families. this is our third year partnership with susan g. komen, raising money through sales and merchandise and sending a positive message as well through the t-shirts. >> love it. you have a girlfriend. >> i do. >> the diva, nicky bella. >> that's his girlfriend. >> that's his girlfriend. hello. you are on that e show total divas. there is drama. i want to see you two in action. let's take a look. >> oh, boy. >> told you i don't want to get married and i don't want to have kids and you do want to get married and do want to have kids so i feel like this is a time dom on our hands. >> are you sure you're happy? >> i'm extremely happy. i love you to death. >> oh. >> you don't want to get married or have kids? that surprises me. >> i'm at a very good place in my life. i love being a part of the wwe.
and it is truly a full time job and we're always on the road and i wouldn't want to short any family member or partner by looking back and saying i was never there for you. i put all that in perspective. it was a big choice. as of right now -- >> is she going to beat us up when we get there tonight? your girlfriend? >> she is a bit protective, but she's beautiful and wonderful and if she's listening, i'm totally in love with her and i hope she's having a great day. >> all right. >> she's going to whip our -- >> i'm scared of her too. all right. >> we look forward to seeing you tonight. that's a lie. i'll see you tonight. all right. monday night raw. what does that mean? >> i don't know. >> 8:00, 7:00 central on the usa network. >> all the celebrity gossip you may have missed over the weekend in "today's buzz." may have missed over the weekend in "today's buzz." >> and we have emily you got a little something on the back of your shoe there.
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model and actress emily ratajkowski became an overnight sensation as the sexy girl in the "blurred lines" video who robin thicke and everyone else in the universe -- >> and now she's in "gone girl," centers on nick dunne played by ben affleck whose wife is mysteriously missing. she plays the mistress, but when she shows up in the middle of the investigation, nick gets a little nervous. >> did you by any chance tell anybody anything about us, texting, facebook or -- >> facebook? i'm not stupid, nick. >> i know. did you leave a pair of red panties in my office? >> i don't know. maybe. they better be mine. >> sweetheart, think. >> i don't know. i have to check my red panty inventory. >> andy, i need you to take this seriously. the last time we're going to see each other until -- >> until when? >> until it is safe. >> you were going to get a divorce. >> don't ever say that out loud again.
>> oh. >> she does some trampy stuff. >> how are you? >> nice to see you guys too? how are you doing? >> number one movie in the country, biggest david fincher opening ever. this is your film debut? >> my first film. i went on friday, i went to a movie theater -- >> what was it like? i walked in and the whole movie theater was full, i had to sit in front row. i watched myself like -- like my neck hurt. it is a 2 1/2 hour movie, no joke. >> what is it like watching with other people? >> i was just, like -- i came in late, which was part of the problem, why i sat in the front row, but -- >> most people get their first job acting in a movie, a little independent and then they -- your first acting job in a movie and you're with david fincher, who is really renowned director and very demanding one too. and you're all of a sudden one day, the next you're making out and more with ben affleck. >> yes.
>> what was that like? >> the whole experience was a little surreal. i have to be honest. ben affleck is one of those -- you know his face. i grew up with his face. not sure if he would love that, but i did. and i went into an audition and there is this, like, really tall, handsome guy and i'm, like, my god, that's ben affleck. i read -- i went to the cattle call with girls with brown eyes and brown hair and i thought, like, who knows, you know? then i went in for david and i thought, cool, i'll get to meet one of my favorite directors and there is ben affleck. >> if people don't know your name by now, they will soon. i was paging through the daily news. i have to be careful about how we show the picture. >> there is a spread -- >> just the right amount of dirt. >> wrong one. >> i just saw this. my first time -- >> yeah. >> we have instagram photos. they went for it. >> congratulations. >> yeah. >> we're so glad. >> movie is a huge hit, in
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negotiations. the src said this will allow for $43.8 million to be redirected to the school district. >> their refusal to negotiate meaningfully for almost two years. we are not seeking changes to other economic provisions in the current agreement which remain in place. coming up on nbc 10 news at 11:00, we'll have response from the philadelphia federation of teachers to this announcement and take a closer look at what it means for teachers. now, let's get the first alert forecast from meteorologist bill henley. >> good morning, christine. we're seeing lots of sunshine out there and a pretty good breeze that is starting to pick up. that wind will carry on into the afternoon. look now nice and sunny it is. that's the view from the comcast center in center city. the temperatures are climbing, 61 in philadelphia. 50s north and west where we started off with 30s this morning. the wind already up to 13 miles an hour in philadelphia gusting
to 21 miles an hour in wildwood. helping to boost our temperatures into the 70s today. in the next half hour, family, friends, and hundreds of law enforcement officers will gather to pay their final respects to a pennsylvania state trooper killed in a training accident in montgomery county. a funeral mass will begin at 11:00 at christ the king church in northeast philadelphia. kedra was accidentally shot by another trooper last tuesday. he was 26 years old and a member of the state police since june of 2012. another full hour of news in about 30 minutes.
we're back with more of "today" on this fun day monday. time to do what we always do around this time and getty caught up on "today's buzz." >> with the inside scoop on all the celebrity gossip is entertainment weekly correspondent nina teraro. we last left george and amal, they were getting married. >> my invitation got lost in the mail. now that the wedding is over, they settled down into amal's dre dream home. they bought a home that cost over 5 million pounds, not too far from the downton abbey estate used in the miniseries. a beautiful english estate perfect for the two love birds. >> they're going to live there. >> they're going to live there. jorb george has homes all over the
world, italy and l.a. this looks like it is home base. to me, it settles the question of whether amal will continue working. the estate is 50 miles from london. she can commute back and forth and continue her work as a human rights attorney. >> downton abbey, did i read somewhere that george was going to be -- going to star in downton abbey? >> a little bit art imitating life because the house is so close to downton abbey and he'll be starring in an upcoming christmas special for the show which will air in the u.s. >> awesome. >> can't forget, this house really signifies they have it all, which is why bill murray did not bring a wedding gift to their celebration a couple of weeks ago. he told the press, i didn't bring a wedding gift because they have everything and george and amal did say we don't need wedding gifts. >> let's talk about beyonce. she keeps surprising people and she did a makeup free selfie. >> she took to twitter and posted a makeup free selfie which took the world by storm. she's looking like flawless, just like me on an average saturday. >> how do we know it is makeup
free? >> no lipstick, no false eyelashes. she looks gorgeous, wearing the floral crown, which every inch of a queen. she did not have to add a caption to get over a million likes. i'm going to read a little bit here and say this is her way of saying everything is coming up roses because she just turned 33, settled over divorce rumors, she's at the top of her game, she's giving us a sense she is at peace. >> yeah. >> sometimes you see her like that at the beach with just hair casual -- >> i don't hang out like that. >> we have the photos and stuff. so the box office, interesting. "gone girl" nur," number one, not by a lot. >> earned $38 million at the box office, followed behind with "annabel," that creepy horror movie, number two with $37.2 million. >> close. >> horror movie and thriller season. >> did "gone girl" underperform even though it is number one? >> it surpassed expectations. this is david fincher's biggest
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now to our shine a light story and hoda's "truly brave" video that is everywhere. it went viral. last night the video helped bring an entire stadium to its feet. >> it was incredible. fans and players set aside their rivalries to unite over a cause and one little girl, near and dear to my heart, we'll have more on that in a minute. first, nbc 's josh elliott is here with her story. >> what an extraordinary night it was made possible by the great people at foxborough, massachusetts. obviously the nfl has been in the news a lot of late. and not always for the best of reasons. but there has been this, a story of a cincinnati bengals player, devon still, and his 4-year-old daughter leah, devon's devotion, leah's remarkable spirit have inspired fans all across the country. take a look.
>> i had somebody tell me you won't remember your life before you had a child. did you experience something like that? >> the time she was born is the time that sticks out to me. those are the best times of my life. >> pray for me. >> she's probably one of the smartest kids i ever met. she always has a smile on her face. i think to have her at such a young age allowed me to grow into a man faster. >> on his days off, devon still travels to wilmington, delaware, to visit his daughter leah, who lives there with her mother. on june 2nd, he made this trip to see her in a dance recital, but instead she was sluggish and complained of pain in her leg. >> she only complains about leg pain when we say go clean your
room. we didn't think nothing of it. when we told a doctor, they touched her leg and she jumped in pain. the doctor came out, and instantly the doctor's lips started shaking. and i kind of got myself prepared to hear my worst fear, they found a tumor in her stomach and i did believe it was stage four neuroblastoma. >> the tumor was the size of a grapefruit. the cancer had already spread to her bone marrow and lymph nodes and she was given only a 50% chance of survival. >> where are you going? >> i don't know. >> when you had to tell her, can't imagine what that must have been like. >> one point that stuck out to me, she was crying. i remember her looking at me and said to me, dad, this is all your fault, you should have never brought me to the hospital. i broke down crying because i didn't -- i didn't know what to
say. when we first decided to make my daughter's story public, we had a vision we wanted to bring as much awareness to pediatric cancer as possible. >> leah's fight soon became a national story. devon's team, the cincinnati bengals took the extraordinary step of signing him to its practice squad. this allowed him to focus on leah, while also ensuring access to the nfl's health insurance plan to cover her treatments. the team also decided to donate all the profits from the sale of his jersey to pediatric cancer research and to date, sales have raised over $1 million. but before leah's story even broke, she had a starring role in another initiative, to raise money for pediatric cancer research. hoda's truly brave music video. >> you know what's funny?
i met leah, she was so cute, right? she was, like, hi, chatty and fun. and i had no idea, none, who her father was. only after we shot it we did it and someone said, wait a second is this young girl the same young girl whose father is the football player and we went and we did one of those, like, are you kidding me kind of things. >> she was just another kid in that video. what was that experience like for her? >> it was a great experience for her. she loved every moment of it. every time she's on the tv, she calls me and tells me how she's a movie star. everybody is keeping my daughter's spirits up and i definitely appreciate all the attention she's getting. >> in a sea of nfl stories that leave you shaking your head, there is this one. she is so full of light and love and joy, this kid, and if you watch her on screen for five seconds, you know exactly how much she's loved. >> the night before surgery to remove her cancerous tumor, leah
wanted to go to the movies. >> hello, miss leah. >> that was great. >> nice to meet you. >> devon rented a theater for all of her family and friends and leah was treated to a world premiere. ♪ say what you wanna say and let the words fall out ♪ ♪ honestly i wanna see you be brave ♪ >> she's a fighter. you always expect your child to look up to you. but i've been looking up to my daughter. i'm ready for today. are you ready for today? are you ready to get this cancer out you? let's do it. fist bump. >> after a nearly six-hour surgery, doctors were able to successfully remove leah's tumor. but months of treatment still lie ahead before she can be considered cancer free.
>> she's way stronger than i ever have been. for her to be able to continue to smile through all this, and continue to still have that same personality is amazing. and it definitely is inspiring to me. >> so, josh -- >> wow, wow. what exactly happened last night? it sounds like it was an unbelievable -- >> that was gorgeous. >> it was beautiful. the fans in the greater boston area are as passionate as they come. last night, they rose as one as a portion of the video played and those are actually patriots cheerleaders wearing a cincinnati bengals jersey. that's devon still there, number 75. and -- >> bipartisanship. >> and the tears rolled. we can all agree this is a disease that needs to be eradicated and it was a beautiful moment. i do want to thank the fans there in foxborough, mass, last
night, for everything they did. i also want to thank -- i want to thank you, hoda, because, you know, even as i thought about it this morning, i've seen this piece a couple of times already -- >> it never gets old, i'm telling you. >> in talking to devon about what this experience had been for her, it just gave her joy. it gave her happiness. and that is lending the will to live, to a little kid that doesn't maybe even know they need it. and so, you know, for her, and for all the other kids in the video, all the kids who will be helped by that video, by this project, it is a wonderful thing. it is just a wonderful thing. >> life changing and life affirming and hopefully life saving as well. people want to donate, josh, great job. >> thank you, josh. >> how do they donate. >> crowdrise.com/hoda or text it. >> text victory. i'll help you out.
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time to meet two of the newest members of our "joy fit club" who lost a total of 380 pounds. they did it through hard work, hoda. perseverance and good old-fashioned diet and exercise. the leader of our pack, "today" nutritionist joy bauer is here. >> 380 pounds. >> wow. >> you're adorable. >> thank you. a pants thing today. >> cute. >> we have two amazing stories.
the first is a man named amina from california. in that before picture, he's 400 pounds. he started first gaining weight in college. i think a lot of people can relate to this. he would skip breakfast, skip lunch, so ravenous by dinner that he would gorge himself on exorbitant amounts of fast food. five years ago, he landed a job at stanford university. there was a lot of walking. this guy is smart. he -- some sort of a research engineer. i couldn't really understand exactly what he does, but he had a lot of walking from building to building and he weighed 400 pounds. he was huffing, he was puffing, he was sweating, uncomfortable. he decided to get a bike. and he would ride the bike from building to building. he has never learned how to ride a bike before. so this is the first time, five years ago. the bike riding inspired him to lose weight, get healthy. he's riding 60 to 80 miles a week and lost half his weight in
pounds. >> let's look at his before picture one more time. all right. amina, come on out. >> he's 200 pounds thinner. >> you got it. you got it. >> easier to ride out of the -- >> you got it! oh, my gosh! >> he's a muscle man. >> wow. >> look at you. >> are you kidding? >> congratulations. >> thank you. >> how long did that take you to lose that weight? >> 3 1/2 years. >> who is that guy? >> 200 pounds. >> that's two of me, literally. >> is your family freaking out? >> they are. they're very proud and happy. >> he can actually lift 400 pounds now. >> are you kidding? >> congratulations. >> congratulations. >> thank you. >> who is our next person. >> our next beautiful lady, bonita, she's 57, from lockport, new york. she was an emergency room nurse. and, again, on her feet all of the time, although she struggled
with weight her entire life, again, at college, the weight started to really come on strong. and then she had two pregnancies and a lot of women know that it is really hard to lose that weight afterwards. so in her before picture, at her heaviest, she was 333 pounds, she was out there, saving lives in the emergency room, but she was aching. her back, her knees, to the point where she had to switch her job to a paperwork office job. but she never gave up dreams. she thought about learning how to horseback ride and how to hike and take all sorts of adventures but she knew she needed to make a big change. started weight watchers. started tracking her points, eating less, moving more. she's lost 185 pounds and check this out, she is now a volunteer with the wright corner fire department. >> let's take a look. let's at her picture one more time. >> bring her out. >> come on out. >> oh, my gosh. >> wow. >> and i have to tell you that
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nbc 10 breaks news. >> breaking news right now into nbc 10. the philadelphia school reform commission has just announced it will cancel the labor contract between the school district and the philadelphia federation of teachers. this move comes after some 21 months of negotiations. nbc 10's matt delucia was at today's announcement. he joins us live from center city. matt, you have been asking questions to the src about why this happened and perhaps more importantly why now. >> reporter: and i asked that question directly to src chairman bill green earlier this morning. he says the move was based on labor and litigation reasons and we'll hear from him in a moment but first way tonight show you what happened as this announcement unfolded earlier this morning. take a listen.