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website, nbc10.com. thanks for watching. have a great day. good morning. breaking news. a crowded american airlines plane quarantined on a runway in nashville overnight other fears of ebola. one of three incidents across the country in the past 24 hours. while in dallas the first person-to-person transfer of the virus. a massive storm system moving across the midwest and into the east over the next two days. tornadoes, heavy rains and flash flooding expected. dylan is tracking it all. rallying for the victims. the community of sayreville, new jersey, comes together in the wake of that football hazing scandal at the high school. several players facing criminal
char charges, the season canceled. officials speak out in a live interview. it's happened again. first, celebrities were targeted. now the private photos as many as 200,000 users in the popular app snap chat may have been stolen. why the company is saying don't blame us "today," monday, october 13th, 2014. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> and good morning. welcome to "today" on a monday morning. i'm matt lauer, along with natalie morales, tamron hall and dyl dylan dreyer. savannah remains on maternity leave. >> columbus day, a lot of kids out there. >> football fan. >> a lot of canadians as well.
>> a parade in new york in a few hours. if you're in the area, be careful of that. let's get to today's top story. this is the concern over ebola. after the infectionative woman who was treating dallas victim thomas eric duncan. nbc national correspondent kate know is here with the latest on that. kate, good morning to you. >> good morning to you, matt. screening began this weekend at jfk airport in new york. with so much concern about ebola all over the country, there are scares, at least three of them in the past 24 hours in los angeles, boston and you mentioned overnight, a flight that originated in dallas and flew to nashville. the hospital worker, meantime, who is infected, is in dallas. the apartment of a dallas health care worker now on full lockdown after she tested positive for the ebola virus over the weekend. other residents in the building have returned home after hazmat teams decontaminated common areas in the complex. the worker is being treated in
an isolation yount at tunit whe works. >> there were those in contact with mr. duncan before he pass add way last week. >> reporter: going door to door, passing out fliers. and trying to answer questions. >> can i talk to you. >> reporter: the hospital worker did come in contact with one person when she was exhibiting symptoms. that person is also in quarantine. the cdc says the worker had extensive contact with duncan and blames a breach of protocol for this infection. >> the two areas where we will be looking particularly closely is the performance of kidney dialysis and respiratory intubation. both of those procedures may spread contaminated materials and are considered high-risk procedures. >> reporter: a nurses' union voiced their concerns.
>> hospitals are not providing the training we need, nor are they providing the personal protection we need to keep our patients, ourselves, our families and our communities safe. >> the texas hospital worker is the owner of a dog. authorities say they plan to eventually reunite the dog with its owner. meantime in nebraska, the family of ashoka mukpo got some good news over the weekend. doctors say their son is turning a corner. the family deeply relieved. matt? >> dr. ezekiel emmanuel is the chair of medical health ethics and policy at the university of pennsylvania, and served as a special adviser to the white house for health policy under president obama. dr. emmanuel, good morning. good to see you. here is the part that have that jumps out to me. our hospitals are not providing the training that we need, nor are they providing the personal
protection that we need to keep our patients, ourselves, our families and our communities safe. we've been talking about this ebola virus for months now. how could that be? >> well, i think there is a lot of training needed and, you know, the case obviously focuses a lot of attention especially on the degowning and other high-risk procedures. and we do have to step up training. this is one of those things where you need constant attention and people need to go to the next level here. >> do we have the right facilities? when dr. brantly and nancy writebol were brought to this country, they were brought to one of four special units in this country. mr. duncan did not go to one of those special units. i'm not trying to cast aspergss on that facility but he pass add way and a worker now contracted the virus. does the facility matter? >> it's not the facility.
it's the training. there's nothing special about the rooms. >> but if you have a special isolation center -- >> it's really about -- it's really about how the health care workers gown, degown. it's about the standard processes of care. and i do think you're pointing out to the issue of training and the standard processes of care and that's what we need to focus on. and, remember, the two workers who went to nebraska and emery were identified in west africa, sent there. he showed up in dallas. moving him around was probably not on the top of the list. we do know that that hospital has had other mistakes in the management of that patient. >> would you like to see regional facilities set up right now to deal with wherever this virus goes? >> given the fact that we aren't going to have a big outbreak, the idea of specializing it in a few places is right. the moment you specialize and focus a few workers on a few patients, you do increase their risk. >> as a medical ethicist,
volunteers were treating those patients at emory university hospital. they said if you don't want to be here, you don't have to do this. >> correct. >> is that the way to go in the future? only the people who volunteer for the assignments should be given the assignments? >> that depends on the issue. if you have very few patients, you can do it with volunteers. that is preferable, that people consent to it. everyone in the medical profession knows you have to treat patients and the system has the responsibility to keep the risk to those health care workers as low as possible, equipment and procedures. but doctors and nurses have the responsibility to take care of sick people. that's why we signed up for the job. >> we've been told time and time again the only way to transmit the ebola virus is person-to-person contact with body fluids. here is a scene outside the health care worker's home in dallas.
and they seem to be disinfecting a sidewalk. why would they need to be doing that if the only way you can get ebola is person-to-person transfer of bodily fluids? >> i can't exactly answer that. in the case of this nurse, it looks like they were removing gear that got in contact with bodily fluid. the sidewalk does not seem to be the right place. but i'm not an expert. decontamination. >> maybe to rest the fears of people. >> and, again, a lot of that is about fears, checking temperatures when people come into the country is probably not going to be our best use but it does reassure people. panic is something we can't afford in this. that also can lead to a lot of mistakes of people. and we do have to keep people more rational about this. we've had two cases in this country. we have not had a big outbreak and we need to be very clear about that. >> keeping it in perspective.
zeke emmanuel, thank you very much. >> thanks for having me. >> let's go over to natalie. millions of americans are being threatened by a massive storm system slowly moving east. dylan is in for al. what are we looking at? >> the severe weather started last night and will become a really bad outbreak as we go through the day today for straight line wind damage in excess of 70 miles per hour. that causes a lot of damage. warm, moist air from the south. temperatures running in the mid 80s. cool, dry air back behind this front. temperatures in the 50s and 60s. it's that clash of air mass that will cause this severe weather to break out. we've seen it back through dallas. we've had tornado warnings in the dallas area overnight. you can see still some pockets of heavier rain. going through texarkana and the midwest, that's where we're starting to see our torrential downpours. this is our tornado watch. it includes shreveport,
louisiana. we have severe thunderstorm warnings. and that's going to be the setup as we go through the day today. this area in red will see strong storms. we're looking at our best chance of wind gusts in excess of 80 miles per hour and also perhaps hail as large as two inches in diameter. we have to watch it today. it will continue into tomorrow, too. >> dylan, thank you very much. turkey is now granting coalition jets access to its air bases. this, as the parents of an american aid worker being held by the terror group make an emotional new plea for their son's safe return. nbc national correspondent peter alexander sat down with them. peter, good morning to you. >> matt, as you can imagine, ed and paula kassig are heart broken, desperate. their son was kidnapped one month ago. when his picture surfaced on tv
days ago they decided to speak out in hopes that he will hear their words. >> we haven't forgotten, we haven't abandoned him and we certainly do love him. >> reporter: he changed his name to abdul rahman. >> he was taken with the religion as he was with the people. >> reporter: his extraordinary selflessness that inspired the former u.s. army ranger to go to syria to aid that country's refugees. isis released this clip of kassig days ago, the first time his parents had seen their son since he left home and was kidnapped. >> can you describe that feeling when you found out that your son had been taken? >> tell the people watching right now to ask that question and they'll have all the answer
they need. >> reporter: a recording from their son, the last time they heard from him. >> he described that his time is running out and he was made to tell what he was supposed to tell. >> reporter: they also shared portions of a handwritten letter from abdul rahman. >> if i go down, i won't go down thinking anything but what i know to be true, that you and mom love me more than the moon. >> he knows this is bigger than being just about him. and we do, too. >> terribly difficult time for that family. the kassigs tell me they've had very little contact with abdul rahman's captors, only some demands and every demand has
been unmeetable. oscar pistorius could be sent to prison for up to 15 years at the sentencing phase of his trial is under way in south africa. he was convicted of culpable homicide last month. the double amputee admitted firing shots into the bathroom of his home, killing his girlfriend in february 2013. protests boiled over in st. louis again sunday night. 17 people were arrested in a convenience store parking lot amid a four-day summit to protest the august police shooting death of 18-year-old michael brown. st. louis police said -- the chief actually said on twitter that protesters were attempting to storm the business. those protests reignited this weekend after the shooting death of another black teenager by a white police officer last week. and in hong kong today, hundreds of young men, some wearing masks, attacked
protesters. earlier in the day, hong kong police began removing barricade that is protesters had erected over the past two weeks. they said they want to relieve traffic congestion in the central business district. they began occupying hong kong streets last month after beijing said it would choose candidates for hong kong's top leadership position in the next election. today the faa reopens that control center severely damaged by an intentionally set fire. the facility in aurora, illinois, was closed for two weeks. a contract employee cut cables and set fire to a basement telecommunications room. that disruption forced the cancellation of thousands of flight. the contract worker, brian howard, is facing numerous charges. two young boys were injured, one critically, when the bouncy house they were in went airborne. we reported on thing like this before. it happened at a fund-raising event in new hampshire. the 2 and 4-year-old boys were
playing in that bouncy house when a gust of wind picked it up and carried it 50 feet before it crashed to the ground. the 2-year-old was air lifted to the hospital. the 4-year-old was taken by ambulance. the nature of their injuries is not known. it's 7:15. we've talked about this. and the association -- there's an association that oversees these bouncy houses. when these incidents have happened in the past, make sure you're tethering them down properly and pivoted to the responsibility of those operating the bouncy houses. it's scary. >> it's scary. >> tamron, thank you so much. we should mention, al is off today. that's why we're -- >> that's why i'm here. >> happy to have dylan here. what's going on? >> midwest, stretching down into eastern texas, including the western panhandle of florida. that will be over the course of the day today. it's in red, right across arkansas, into western tennessee, into northern mississippi and alabama. that's where we could see wind gusts up to 70 to 80 miles an
hour. also flash flooding is possible with two to three inches of rain falling in a short period of time. that's a look at the weather time. that's a look at the weather across thmaking coffee? yeah, enough for two. gosh. try four, buddy. hmm, i'll take a dark roast. chai tea, please. honey, text the man what you want. french vanilla, make it strong! the all new keurig 2.0 is here. brew for one, brew for all. good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. clouds have moved in and will be with us most of the day. a few breaks of sunshine, but spotty light showers. highs in the upper 60s, typical for this time of year, but more summerlike starting tomorrow. partly sunny skies.
82 degrees after a morning low of 60 and back up to 80 again on wednesday. there's a chance of showers later wednesday, possibly some early storms on thursday. and we will be clearing out as we go towards the weekend. have a great day. >> and that's your latest forecast. >> dylan, thank you very much. if you use snap chat to share photos, listen up. carson is here with another problem that hundreds or thousands apparently may be at risk now. >> we've been hearing a lot about the hacking of the celebrity nude photos online. now that's reaching the noncelebrity field called snappening. 200,000 videos and images have been leaked and here is what snap chat is saying, we can confirm that snap chat's servers
were never breached and were not the source of the leaks. 60 million users, 400 millions snaps per day is the volume. a lot of those users are under the age of 18. the irony of the fact that snap chat has been developed so that things can disappear online is not lost on social media. the snappening, there is no internet privacy. this is a big story, guys. >> they don't just disappear then. >> i never thought they did, though. >> they had to go somewhere, right? >> was it an isolated incident? rally held for the victims of alleged hazing at the hands of high school football players. seven students now arrested. where is hannah graham? police are now changing their strategy. what investigators are focusing on now. first this is "today" on nbc.
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good morning, everyone. 7:26. i'm chris cato. it's time to get your first alert forecast with meteorologist bill henley. and bill, it should be a very october-like monday out there. >> yes, cool and cloudy for now, but there are some breaks of sunshine. over center city, it's just cloudy skies, but look at cape may. skies are starting to brighten there, but there still may be passing showers. in fact, we're watching showers move through delaware, delaware bay, headed for cape may right now. temperatures are headed for the 60s, but right now 58 degrees in philadelphia. and it's been an active morning on the roads with several accidents. let's get an update with katy zachry now. >> we'll get to one of our biggest accidents in a minute, but first, the volume that's building on 95 right at cottman avenue. this is the northbound lane. a penndot truck just pulled up
with an accident involving two vehicles. it's been in the right-hand lane. there is no shoulder because of long-term construction projects. so, you can see cars are trying to snake around that. and for drivers in new jersey on the new jersey turnpike southbound, there's still an issue between exits 4 and exits 2 because of an overturned truck. those lanes are off limits. here's what else we're following. a firefighter was hurt while battling a fire at a dance studio in bensalem early this morning. the fire broke out around 4:30 a.m. at the bucks county dance center on street road in bensal bensalem. officials tell us that firefighter's injury was minor. no one else was injured. no one was inside the building at the time the fire started. no word on the cause. eagles fans celebrating the birds' first shutout in 18 years this morning. the eagles demolished the new york giants 27-0 in "sunday night football." birds are 5-1 now. we'll have another update in about 25 minutes.
back now at 7:30 on a monday morning. has that ever happened to you? losing control of your car on a wet road? could be a lot of reasons. but one could be that you made a mistake when you went shopping for new tires for that car. we'll show you why, coming up in a couple of minutes. meantime, let's take a look at what's making headlines on this monday morning. a nurse in dallas caring for ebola victim thomas eric tudunc, is being treated for the deadly virus. it's the first time that the virus has been transferred person-to-person in the u.s. another person that she came in contact with is in quarantine as well.
oscar pistorius was convicted of culpable homicide in the killing of his girlfriend, reeva steenkamp, and faces up to 15 years in prison. >> 19 cent drop in gas prices in a week. uva student hannah graham one month later, why police are taking a new approach in their investigation. want to tell you about a little programming note. tomorrow on "today," exclusive interview with mitt romney's wife, ann. she will open up to maria shriver about her health and whether she thinks her husband would consider another white house run. plus, she has a big announcement on a topic very close to her heart. that's ann romney right here tomorrow on "today." >> we look forward to that. let's turn now to a hazing
scandal that's hit sayreville, new jersey, and had seven students arrested. instead stephanie gosk has the story. >> reporter: they canceled homecoming. they're usually celebrating their local faheroes in the pau and now they're left wondering how seven of them can be facing these allegations. >> we ask your blessings on this community. >> reporter: sayreville memorial high school, the emphasis not on the game but a message of anti-bullying. >> a lot of hurt. a lot of things going on. we need to come together as a community. we need to support the victims. >> it could have been their children. it could have been anybody's child. >> very upset about it. >> reporter: rally in response to a hazing scandal in sayreville's celebrated football program, alleged abuse attacks
by upper classmates. 15 to 17-year-olds were arrested over the weekend on numerous charges including aggravated sexual assault and criminal restraint. exclusive reports in new jersey advance media claim the assault took place last month and involved the pinning down of a freshman before sexually assaulting him. because the accused players are juvenile, the criminal complaint, including their names, is not part of the public record. concerned parents and friends worry the crimes will leave a lifelong mark on the victims. >> the football season is a very small issue compared to what happened. i mean, kids were violated. and the football season is nothing compared to the pain and hurt that they probably will have to go through for the rest of their life. >> reporter: the criminal charges, along with the superintendent's decision to end the season, has created a rift in this town. everyone agrees that these alleged hazing charges are wrong
but there are still some people in had community that think a majority of the team not involved is now suffering the consequences. natalie? >> stephanie gosk in sayreville, new jersey. thank you, stephanie. kevin sayek and dr. lavie is the superintendent of the school. the allegations are absolutely horrific. what was your reaction when you first learned of the actions allegedly done by these seven players? >> it's been a wild ride for us. you know, i will say this. you know, we have received limited information, naturally, due to the fact that the middlesex county prosecutor has a very difficult job in terms of investigating this. so, we've been given limited information from the beginning. but enough information to make the very difficult decisions
that we've had to make. you know, moving ahead, we decided to cancel our season based upon information that was provided to us, that there were acts of harassment, intimidation and bullying the a widescale level that was tolerated by the student athletes in that program. we're now reading the accounts in the papers and we're seeing the charges and we're as horrified as everyone else is. >> the prosecutors indicated that the hazing may have actually extended beyond this season and may be pervasive. could more students now, in fact, be charged? >> that piece we're leaving to the middlesex county prosecutors office. the board of education and the administration has not had an opportunity to begin our investigation. we're waiting for the prosecutors office to conclude theirs. >> dr. labbe, how is it that the coaching staff was not aware of
what was going on? >> that's a question that we're, you know, certainly going to be asking. we have already launched a holistic harassment and bullying investigation. we started it last monday on our entire athletic program as well as our extracurricular activities. we're fo first and foremost focusing on the level of supervision we provide our students within those programs and investigating if there's any other forms of harassment, intimidation or bullying in our athletic programs or extracurricular activities. as soon as we get the green light from the middlesection county prosecutor to begin to investigate the program, we will, and we'll begin with interviews of our coaches. >> to those parents who are angry, because they say all the students on the football team are being punished for the actions of the few, for these seven players, what would you like to say to those parents, particularly to the parents of the victims here? >> first of all, it's important
to note that when we look at these events and you look at the parent reaction, certainly i understand the concern of the parents. because they're looking out for their children. but when you look at the sayreville community, that reaction is not reflective of the entire community. we're a close-knit community. volunteer fire department, volunteer rescue squad. we come together to raise funds for a family who has a child who has a brain injury. we help our most vulnerable. you look at the sayreville community, we will help and assist the victims of these tragic events in any way that we possibly can. you have seen that last night with the actions of maureen jenkins, organizing the rally in support of the victims of these events. >> school board president and superintendent richard labbe, we appreciate your time with us this morning. thank you. >> thank you, natalie. >> new, natalie. let's swing over to dylan
who is in for al with a check of the weather. >> the tropics decided to get active. tropical storm faye, which also battered bermuda, with winds up to 80 miles per hour. that will continue to move up to the north and east. we're watching tropical storm gonzolo. it's moving into a very favorable environment in the leeward islands. as it gets closer to puerto rico, there's a chance it could strengthen to nearly a hurricane. either way after it crosses over puerto rico, that's when we'll see hurricane force winds. over the course of the next 24 hours, it's fairly fast moving. we have hurricane watches in effect for puerto rico, the u.s., british virgin islands and we have tropical storm warnings for antigua. it will take a turn to the west and then a sharp turn to the north and east. bermuda could start to see some of the effects. by the time we go into saturday
morning at 2:00 am, there's a strength it could strengthen into a category 2 hurricane. hopefully, it will continue this path as good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. clouds have moved in and they're going to stay with us for most of the day. a few breaks of sunshine, but also some spotty, light showers. high temperatures in the middle to upper 60s, typical for this time of year, but more summerlike starting tomorrow. partly sunny skies, 80 degrees the high after a morning low of 60 and back up to 80 again on wednesday. there's a chance of showers later wednesday, possibly some early storms on thursday and we'll be clearing out as we go towards the weekend. have a great day. >> and that's your latest forecast. >> dylan, thanks. why police are taking a new approach in the search for college student hannah graham. >> are you selfie obsessed? the woman who just showed the
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young woman who loved to ski, who loved an afternoon with her father and who, most of all, loved to smile. this morning, the desperate search for the missing uva student is taking a new approach. no more blanket searches. instead, crews will focus on leads from the investigation into jesse matthew, the man charged with abducting graham. >> we believe that every day is the day. optimism. >> the 18-year-old went missing exactly one month ago, after police say she was last seen with matthew, later arrested 1,300 miles away on a texas beach. but still no sign of hannah. her parents reiterating their public plea for tips. >> please, please, please help end this nightmare for all of us. >> reporter: virginia state police are investigating what they call a forensic link between matthew and the 2009 disappearance of another college student, morgan harrington. state police stress they never interviewed him in 2009 in
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back now at 7:50. the story of creepy clowns terrorizing towns in california. my worst nightmare. >> it really is. halloween got off to a start early in california where creepy clowns have been scaring towns by bizarre bozos wondering the city streets at night, carrying weapons like knives, machetes or baseball bats. eerie images have been popping up on social media. i am the creepy, evil looking
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good morning, everyone. i'm chris cato. it's 7:56 on this columbus day monday. time for your first alert forecast with meteorologist bill henley. >> looks like the sun's taking the day off on this columbus day. we have clouds after a sunny day yesterday and a few scattered showers this morning. you can see clouds from this live view from the mellon bank building. showers are to the south. they're in southern delaware and into south jersey. 58 degrees right now in philadelphia. low 50s for pottstown, but it's up to 60 already in dover. a little bit of a breeze, plenty of clouds and an occasional shower as temperatures climb to near 70 this afternoon. for those of you who do have to report to work today, let's see if there are any delays. katy zachry has that. >> watching a lot of volume on 76 westbound. take a look behind me. you can see all of the brake lights near the merge with city avenue headed toward 476.
look at your drive time, upwards of a half hour. so, we're just seeing a lot of volume building on some of our major roadways. for new jersey drivers, the new jersey turnpike southbound is closed between exits 4 and 2 for an overturned vehicle blocking all lanes. police are still out there investigating. this morning philadelphia police are still looking for the woman who stole this man's prosthetic leg. it happened outside the linc during last night's eagles game. sonny forriest jr., who sings to fans outside the linc, say the woman just took the leg from the back of his wheelchair. was later found on a septa train. philadelphia police picked it up and returned it to forriest. today, the dean of philadelphia sportscasters will be remembered at a funeral mass. bill campbell died last monday at age 91. family and friends attended a viewing last night in collingswo collingswood. this morning's funeral begins at 11:00 at christ the king church in haddonfield. he would have loved last night's action at the live link. we'll have another update in 25 minutes.
it's 8:00 on tod"today." coming up, getting traction. we put tires to the test as we kick off a special series. what you need to know to keep your family safe on the road. plus -- >> have you ever wanted to be me? >> -- the multitalented neil patrick harris on why he wants to give you a starring role in his auto biography. and russell's revolution. actor, comedian and author, russell brand stops by studio 1a to talk humor and headlines "today," monday, october 13th, 2014.
♪ >> hal state is number one in the nation. >> good morning, tennessee. >> kentucky girls on "today." >> hey y'all, from florida. >> good morning, columbia, south carolina. >> i love the "today" show. >> thumbs up for "today"! whoo! >> cow bells from mississippi state. >> need more cow bell! >> so good to have you guys here. i'm matt lauer along with natalie morales, who is here while savannah is on maternity leave. dylan is here as al is off today and carson daly as well. and we have a big crowd for columbus day. >> more than welcome to.
another assignment in the crowd. hit country duo florida/georgia line. a special live performance here on the plaza tomorrow. >> we love them. also a check of the morning's top stories. let's go inside to tamron at the news desk. good morning. >> good morning, everyone. a new wave of concern this morning after the first person-to-person transmission of the ebola virus in the united states. a member of the team that treated thomas eric duncan has now tested positive. mark potter is in dallas for us. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you, tamron. officials will try to pinpoint exactly how a health care worker here wearing a protective suit contracted ebola president obama has ordered an inquiry. a now familiar scene as hazmat workers deaccontaminated anothe local apartment. a health care worker here at texas health presbyterian hospital who helped to care for the dallas ebola patient, thomas
eric duncan, tested positive for the virus. the cdc director says he believe it is may be a breach in safety protocols. sometimes people can become infected as they're taking off their protective suits. officials do not expect an ebola outbreak but will not be surprised if there are a few other cases among people who had close contact with the first dallas ebola patient. tamron? >> mark, thank you very much. there are also new worries this morning about the enterovirus after a second child infected with the virus died. hallie jackson has our story from detroit. hallie, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, tamron. what started as a cold turned into trouble breathing, organ failure, even paralysis for a little girl who spent three weeks fighting for her life after being diagnosed with enterovirus d-68. it's hard to find a picture where madeline reid is not smiling. that's how she'll be remembered after she died friday in her
parents' arms not long before her second birthday. doctors say her heart failed, possibly as her immune system works to fight off enterovirus d-68. >> her symptoms started like they do for all children with enterovirus d-68, with symptoms that look like a common cold. >> reporter: her death came weeks after eli wahler's. he also tested positive for the enterovirus, but his dad said eli showed no symptoms when he went to bed september 2nd. >> the next morning, he was not -- he was no longer with us. >> reporter: health officials are also investigating how the virus may be connected to a mysterious paralysis, affecting clusters of children in colorado and massachusetts. the cdc has confirmed nearly 700 cases of enterovirus d-68, mostly children, in all but four states. millions of kids probably have the virus and just haven't been tested since, for the vast majority, it shows up like a
common cold. >> if your child is having difficulty breathing or starts not being able to move their arms or legs, contact your child's doctor. >> reporter: the cdc says at least five people who have died tested positive for the enterovirus. the middle of enterovirus season is bumping up against the start of flu season. if your child seems sick, keep them home. that's the best way to keep any virus from spreading. >> the parents of an american hostage threatened by isis is making a desperate plea for his life. ed and paula kasseg say their son, peter, a former army ranger, went to syria to help refug refugees. he converted to islam after his capture last year. he implied that his time is running out. they share part of a letter. >> don't worry, dad. if i go down, i won't go down thinking anything but what i know to be true, that you and
mom love me more than the moon. >> he knows this is bigger than being just about him. and we do, too. >> the kassigs tha the demands for their son's release has been unmeetable. the move comes after a federal judge on sunday struck down the state's ban on gay marriage, the first such ban approved by voters. in a comedy club in spain has found a way to beat the country's new 20% tax on theater tickets. the admission is free. however they charged at the end based on the numbers of times they smiled. their reactions to jokes. they pay about 28 cents a laugh with a maximum charge of 30 bucks. that's pretty fun. it's 8:06. let's get another check of the weather from dylan. >> good morning, tamron. we're on the other side of the plaza now.
i think this side wins for the loudest. you're cheering so loud. you're probably missing school today, right? >> yes. >> where are you from? >> delaware. >> was it worth it? >> oh, yeah. >> of course it's worth it. chance of tornadoes in the red boxes we have tornado watches and yellow ones that keep popping up we have thunderstorm warnings. we could end up seeing hail up to 2" in diameter and in orange, wind gusts up to 70 to 80 miles per hour and also a few tornadoes are possible as well. it could get very busy later on today. many areas where flash flooding is a possibility, especially across the panhandle of florida down into alabama where we could see three inches of rain. several areas will see a lot of rainfall in a short period of time. that leads to flash flooding. the southeast is pretty warm in the 80s. out ahead of that front we'll top good morning i'm bill
henley. clouds moved in and they will stay with us for most of the day. a few breaks of sunshine and a few spotty light showers. high temperatures in the upper to middle 60. wednesday possibly early storms on thursday and it will be clearing out as we go towards the weekend. have a great day. >> and that's your latest weather. >> more cow bells. dylan, thank you. up next on trending, why that fresh apple you just bought at the grocery store could be older than you think. secret to safe driving. the decision you need to make the next time you buy tires for your car. and neil patrick hiarris is going to swing by. >> been a long did you know enamel is your teeth's first line of defense?
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of folgers. ♪ the best part of wakin' up so, where do you want to start? i think this is a pretty good place. ♪ is folgers in your cup all right. we're back at 8:12 with what's trending today. first up on a monday morning, what could have you thinking twice before you take your next selfie. we already know that nothing really private on the internet. these marketing firms are hunting through your selfies looking for personal details about your life to target you for ads, looking to see what brands you wear. do you like jeans, where you travel? do you like caribbean islands and even if you look happy. they see a selfie of you and you're wearing a certain kind of sweater or golf shirt, they're going to start firing those kinds of ads in your phone. >> what if year not wearing
anything? >> they have a different kind of ad for you. >> how miserable for the marketing company, to look at other people's self iselfies al? speaking of selfies, here is a woman who may have gone too far. >> you think? >> while trying to get the perfect shot. this woman, captured by another woman at some kind of a beach or swimming pool takes a full minute twisting and turning in all directions. >> what is she trying to capture here? >> i don't know what she's looking for there. then from behind. >> you don't think it's real? >> you kind of have to hear the commentary that's going on from the woman who is taking the images. she is not happy and is freaking out at this lady. >> look at this woman. can you believe -- oh, my gosh -- >> become a bit of a symbol of our selfie obsessed culture.
>> maybe ask somebody else. >> then it won't be a selfie. >> i always wondered how kim kardashian got that perfect shot. >> maybe like that. it is apple-picking season. today.com has something you may not know about those apples you just bought at the supermarket. they actually could be, get this, nearly a year old. >> what? >> how about them apples? it is true. as generally ripen in august and september. some are held in cold storage to keep them fresh for up to ten months and the usda says sometimes they're even treated with a harmless chemical. even so, they are safe to eat. how can you buy the freshest apples? go to our website, today.com. >> i have to go on now. >> you have to go apple picking. >> yesterday from a farm. >> from a farm, yes. >> you know you're getting it fresh. >> you know they're old when the worm in it looks like it could go to junior high school already. that's an old apple.
>> really? >> yeah. >> go to today.com and get the real answer on that. starting new study that says most new parents are making a big mistake as soon as they leave the hospital. carson, you just had your third baby. >> yeah. >> did you put the baby into the car seat the right way? >> we took a cab. no, it took kid number three for us to get it right. we got home and realized we had put his legs through the arm thing. and nobody at the hospital helps with the car seat. >> no. >> they're not allowed to. >> actually 93% of parents leaving the hospital make at least one critical error. isn't that amazing? it seems like the hospital should help you. 93%? at least that's according to the study, not securing the harness around the baby tightly enough. tomorrow on "today" we'll show you how to safely install a car seat. it's a bumer, though, that the hospital doesn't help. >> fingernails and car seats. >> i took the car seat and car to a local fire department and they installed it for me.
>> but then how did you know how to put the baby in it, though? >> that's the easy part. >> ship the kid to your house, too. not to be tried at home, dare devil base jumps from a 212 foot tower in malaysia. you can see that rooftop there, that pool, that's 34 stories up. that's the target. watch this landing here. >> oh! >> and -- >> wow! >> accuracy captured this plunge into the water as onlookers cheer and the guy lands just in time to see his friend do the same thing. >> that's unbelievable. >> do not try that. >> it's one of those coors commercials where the guy gets the beer from the glacier. >> very cool. >> very neat pic. that is what's trending. coming up next, are your tires safe in a
we are kicking off a new series this morning called "put it to the test" with a consumer alert for drivers. sheneille joins our weekend team. good morning. >> good morning, natalie. you're driving with your family when, without warning, your car spins out of control. there's a big mistake drivers make when buying new tires that can cause you to crash when it
rains. we're about to show you firsthand the danger. when you buy new tires for your car, could you unknowingly be putting your family at risk of this? >> oh, my gosh! oh, my goodness. >> experts say in this kind of weather, good tread on your tires is critical for control. most family vehicles come with front wheel drive, meaning without regular location, the front tires can wear out faster than the rears. many drivers simply replace them with two new ones. >> purchase two new tires and put them on the front, believing they're doing the best and most safe thing for their situation. what that really does is leads to an unsafe situation in the wet. >> to show the danger, we came here to michelin tires test track in south carolina. test car, this popular family sedan. we rigged it with nine cameras to capture every gechlt on the
front wheels, michelin installed brand new tires. on the rears, half worn tires, still with plenty of tread. >> here we are at one of our wet test tracks. >> then with sarah robnson by my side -- >> you are ready for testing. >> -- i pulled on to the track where they simulate aid recent rainstorm. >> we're approaching about 50 miles an hour. the front tires feel like they're hanging on really well. >> yeah, they do. but then, without warning, my rear tires lost grip, the car spinning out of control. >> one moment you're driving. everything is fine. and then, in an instant, everything changes. >> everything changes. look, we crossed about four lanes of traffic there. that could have been catastrophic. >> that could have been deadly. >> yeah. >> so why does this happen? experts say the tire with his the lowest tread will lose grip
first. in this case, that's the rear wheel. >> once they get to the point where they can't move any more water, they literally lift up. so when they let go, the car spins out. >> so what would happen if we put the new tires on the rear wheel? on a front wheel drive car, it defies common sense. but back on our wet road at the same speed -- >> you're at 55 right now. >> -- the difference was amazing. this time i could feel when the tires started slipping and immediately slow down. >> now i feel it and i'm responding before i start spinning. >> because you're losing it in the front first, you're feeling it in the steering wheel. >> and i'm pulling back a little bit. this makes such a difference i wish everybody could feel what i feel. experts say if you're going to buy two new tires always have then installed on the rear wheels to help stop this from happening to you. this simple step could prevent a
fatality. it really could. >> it doesn't matter if you're driving front wheel drive, rear wheel drive or all rear drive. if you lose traction in the rear first, the car is going to spin. physics always wins. >> another way to avoid this hazard, rotate your tires every 5,000 to 7,000 miles that. will help them to wear at the same time. all new cars had to have stability control, which can certainly help to stop a spin. it's no guarantee. >> you handled that spinout well. >> it was scary. >> good information. thank you. here's matt. >> natalie, thank you. you know neil patrick harris from his roles on tv, film and broadway. now he is out with his auto biography. you start the book with a warning. this self-serving celebrity autobiography is derch from other self-serving celebrity autobiographies. this is a choose your own
autobiography meaning you and you alone and me, and me alone, will be responsible for living the life of neil patrick harris. >> making choices as if you were me. if you want to have babies go to page 164. if you would rather go hang out with elton john in his amazing place in nice you can. by the way, it's nice. >> not nice. you will end up happy, successful and married to the man of your dreams. choose poorly, you'll end up fat, balding and slicing turkey behind the shlotzke's. >> been there. good sandwiches. >> were you good at it? >> ish. >> good-ish? since you want people to choose your autobiography and navigate
through your life, let me let you navigate through this interview. >> great. >> would you like to start with de do doogie houser, doogie houser or doogie houser? >> look at that picture. >> you will remain so for four years and unoechings'ifficially some extent for the rest of your life. >> i thought it was fun to talk about the minutia of that chapter. it was a pivotal point in my life. it's a stephen botchko show. the writing was really good on it. and the work ethic was really strong. >> i would think because you became a household name after that show that when it was over every door in hollywood was open and you say that's not necessarily the case. >> it was in early '90s it was done. there was a big divide between tv and movie people.
when you were acting on television it didn't have the same kind of -- didn't flow into movies the same way that it does now. >> you write about a lot of the roles you've taken on over the years. you also write about your childhood and describe it as pretty normal. were you the kid in all the class plays at a young age? >> i was. i grew up in a small ski resort town, born albuquerque, then moved there. one high school, one elementary school. no one locked their doors. it wasn't a real art centric place. >> did you get the lead in all the plays? >> i was a precocious little kid, for sure. >> your career doesn't surprise anyone that went to school with you? >> no, not really. i was -- yeah, i liked being an extrovert. it was fun. >> because it's your autobiography, you are a gay man and you talk about that. >> how dare you, matt lauer.
>> i'm sorry. did i just out you on national television? you talk about the pressures of coming out. >> yeah. >> obviously it worked out well for you. there was no impact on your career. if you were advising some other high-profile person right now who is thinking about it, what advice would you give him? >> wow! that's a really loaded question in many ways. i think that process of coming out publicly is a super individual one. i don't think that there's any one way to do it or any one person to tell you when to do it. it's little baby steps. it's acceptance. once that happened, i met david. he was a super great guy and it seemed like being together, wherever we went, as opposed to only being together in certain places seemed like it needed to happen and for me the timing happened sort of in weird circumstances, which i talk about a bit in the book. but it worked out great. i've been working more than ever and no complaint. >> you deal with a lot of serious issues but there's humor
in almost any situatio at 8:26 sky force 10 is over this breaking news and this is impacting a lot of people on the new jersey turnpike. a dump trunk is turned over there. the driver was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. let's get to the first alert traffic reporter on how this is affecting traffic. we've had a lot of issues for drivers this morning on the new jersey turnpike. so we have a overturned dump truck taking out the right-hand
lane. the right lane is blocked as you approach. moving down a little south on the turnpike between exits four and two, those lanes are closed off because of a overturned vehicle and there is an active investigation for that. >> let's get your forecast now with bill henley. no rain in the picture, right? >> not for most of the area, that's true. we saw a little sunshine to begin with but the clouds filled back in. now an hour and 20 minutes or there abo thereabouts. more are lining up in the west in maryland. 61 right now in dover. and eagles fans are celebrating the first shut out in years and they could not have picked a better team to do it against, the giants last night in sunday night football.
we're back now 8:30 on a monday morning, 13th day of october, 2014. columbus day. and a huge crowd on the plaza. did you ever have somebody on the plaza say something to you that is intended to be really sweet but comes out funny? a lovely lady just said to me i'm 84 years old. i watch the show every morning. you have been in my home for 65 years. >> you, matt lauer. >> not quite you. >> i think that's a compliment.
guess who stopped by to visit us, russell brand, out with a new book called funny and, as always, thought provoking. russell will tell us all about it in russell fashion, which is a compliment. >> "revolution." can you believe today marks the reopening of the rockefeller rink? a special performance from olympic greats davis and white. >> beautiful. look at that. >> nice. we're going to do a little cooking with the scottos who are here. main course and desserts with wine, kathie lee and hoed qda w have that. >> i just walked by the kitchen. it smells delicious. >> i'm sure it does. perfect for columbus day. tornado watches are in effect. we'll see a risk of very strong storms in arkansas through western tennessee down into mississippi and northern louisiana. we could end up with wind gusts 70 to 80 miles per hour.
tomorrow that threat will spread a little further to the east. especially across eastern tennessee and western carolinas down into most of georgia where we could still see damaging wind gusts. flash flooding today. some of these storms could produce torrential downpours and the water piles up quickly on the roads. temperatures will be below average. highs tomorrow are only in the lower 60s, back through the plain states. we should only be in the low to mid 70s down across good morning i'm bill henley. clouds moved in and they will stay with us most of the day. a few breaks of shade but also spotty light showers. high temperatures in the middle to upper 60s. more summer like starting tomorrow. 80 degrees after a morning low of 60. back up to 80 again on wednesday. possibly early storms on thursday. clearing out as we go towards the weekend. have a great day.
>> and that's your latest forecast. matt? >> dylan, thank you very much. comedian, actor, best-selling author russelle brand is out with a new book. this one is called "revolution" from drug laws, redistribution of the wealth around the world. welcome. >> thank you very much. >> some may think comedy, some may think katy perry for whatever reason. >> i was married to katy, so make that association there. >> through go. >> i think people will be surprise by some of the topics you talk about, anything but funny topics. why did you write this now? >> recently i went back to the place i'm from. it's a bit like camden, new jersey. the people are good, the place sucks. when i was back there, i realized that ordinary people are getting shafted and they're not represented by the current political system. i thought who is the best person to do that? me. i would write a funny book expressing my opinions so a conversation can become about change, matt.
>> and you do combine serious topics with humor, no question about it. one of the subjects you talk about is drugs. you've been open and candid about the fact that you faced addictions in the past and yet you say you think all drugs should be oel. explain your stance on that and why you think it would work. >> drugs can be strongly regulated and they can't be strongly regulated if they're in the hand of the criminal economy. as a recovering addict myself, i want to make sure these people get the help athey need. >> are there stores people can go like some states in the country now where pot is legalized and go buy crack or heroin or something like that? >> i would imagine very toxic and dangerous substances that they would be farm suitically controlled by trustworthy people, not big farm suitical companies who pump drugs into people everywhere? how many people are on rittalin
and -- >> i've had this interview before. >> have you? or are you having a mental breakdown because you're taking too many farm suitical drugs? >> no, i promise you i'm not. you have big ideas on big issues. >> yes, sir. >> you created controversy in the uk when you said however, you have never and never plan to vote. >> yes. >> i'm curious why. >> 50% of american people don't vote. i imagine they don't vote for the same reason i do. you're voting for whoever it is that had the most money. you're going to get a -- >> you don't even think you get a small voice in the outcome of an election? >> why should we settle for a small voice? this is america, the country of revolution. last time you were represented by an elite who gave you no representation but taxed you, you kicked them out because they were separated by an ocean and crown. you are similarly represented by an elite that don't represent
you. time to kick them out again. >> because you're being bashful, let me give you a couple of words and give me the thoughts that come to your mind. >> fame. >> nice at first. >> regrets. >> have a few but then again -- >> i'm sorry. too easy for you. regrets about marriage? >> no, no. i really enjoyed it. katy perry is an amazing person. >> you said your time after marriage was your beard in pajamas post marital era. >> what happened was after you get married like anyone who has been married or come out of a relationship, you obviously have a lot of expectations. if those expectations don't work out it's time to grow a big beard and walk around in pajamas. that's my advice. >> and love. >> love is ultimately what we're here for. it could be the very core of our value system instead of corruption and economics. >> i noticed on the cover of the book -- i thought i had it here. >> it's in the background. >> there we go right there. love is in red and you're
encouraging people to go out and do something every day to kind of -- do something kind for someone else. what have you done? >> oh, no, i've been really bad today. i've not been that easy. the "today" show is on very early. >> what are you going to do today? >> apologize to anyone i've been rude to today. i'm going to be kind to the people who work here, teamsters, support their union in any way i can, be kind and loving to the working people of america. this is a great country with great values. i'll make up to the troubles inflicted on you by george iii. >> russell brand, thanks for being here. always a pleasure. scottos are up in the kitchen. we'll kick things off with appetizers and mini driver on her tv show and new album.
back now at 8:40 with a woman who wears many hats. mini driver stars on a comedy "about a boy," a single mom jumping into a new career with untraditional methods. take a look. >> cut my umbilical cord so i can hug will. >> what? >> don't get dramatic. he's helping me stir up my personal birthing memories to help me with my training to become a dula. >> what's a doula? >> of course you do enter know what a doula is. >> mini driver, good morning. >> i love your character, fiona. she marches to the beat of her own drum. are you a little bit like her? >> i think i'm quite a lot like her actually. i like her very much. she's very funny. e
>> little art imitating life? >> a little bit of that. >> you're not cutting umbilical cords. >> i'm not re-enacting birth sequences. >> that's a good thing i think. >> last season, let's pick up. your character, fiona, and son, marcus, are getting to know the neighbor, will. he leaves. where does that leave will and fiona or marcus and fiona? >> we muddle on without him and do a fairly poor job of keeping things together. and, of course, we have to get him back. but when he comes -- when he tries to come back, fiona is desperately trying to exist really without him and so is marcus. it's kind of funny to see them floundering. but he does come back. >> which is a good thing. >> yeah. >> so the series continues. >> yes.
it would just be me and ben, who plays marcus, and that wouldn't be as fun. >> he does such a good job, too. such a good actor. your other passion, music. you have your third album coming out as well. >> yes. >> congrats. >> thank you. >> it took a long time for this one, about seven years of a break. >> i didn't ever stop writing or recording. but have iing a child, i just - you can't go and promote and tour and -- i don't know. i could only do one thing at a time, when i had that baby. >> throw everything into motherhood, right? >> you really do and you can only pick one of your other jobs to carry on for a minute. so i carried on acting and making films. >> and your son, henry, by the way, i hear "ask me to dance" though is a personal story there. you apparently weren't asked to dance until you were 17 years old. is that right? >> i was very tall and looked a bit like slash when i was a teenager. and no one wanted to ask me to
dance. so i used to mutter under my breath at school dances, ask me to dance. ask me to dance, you know. it was really slow dances. young, short teenage boys don't want to ask gangly tall -- >> awkward? >> like you would be like that and if they were little, they would literally be eye level with my boobs and it would be quite uncomfortable for everybody. >> i think they liked that. you'll be here wednesday to sing from the new album. >> we are going to come and play on the show. >> really ecclectic mix of music from sinasm tra to the cure. >> yes. >> mini drivunie driver, thank being here. you can catch the season premiere of "about a boy" 9:30, 8:30 central time right here on nbc. you can an italian feast without the appetizers.
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8:46. we're back with "today's" kitchen. from the new york restaurant fresco by scotto are with us all day long, cooking up a columbus day feast. we're starting with the appetizers. good morning. nice to see you. welcome back. >> thank you, matt. >> your restaurant, i always get so filled up on the appetizers that i almost don't order a main course. >> you don't come often enough. >> no, no, what's the secret of feeding people a little bit of a taste without overwhelming them? >> we don't know how to do it any other way. matt, we don't and we found plates that are this size, putting the chips on there. >> you serve this at the
restaurant. i call it the devil's dish. >> it's our potato and zucchini chips. these are baking potatoes. you cut them very thin. you fry them, dry them off with a paper towel. the zucchini is cut very thin. floured and then fried. >> that's not the problem that's the devil's dish part. >> then the gorgonzola cheese and bake it in the oven. this is how it looks when it comes out of the oven. you fold it together. >> make a chip volcano with it. >> yes. >> let's move on to the rice ball. >> my mom has been playing with this and making it the best she possibly can for years. i've added a little egg to risotto we make with this. i make that egg mixture and risotto mixture a little bit al dente. the eggs are not cooked. we'll add to this a little proscuitto, cheese. >> keep mixing.
that's all we're going to do. once we form that -- >> we have some formed over here. >> here is our secret. we'll add a little bolognese, little mozzarella. >> goes right in the center. >> my mom will take it from there. >> a little bit of an egg wash? >> egg wash, bread crumbs and then we fry. >> how long would something like that fry? >> this is rice. i would say three to five minutes. >> the idea of getting it crispy on the outside, tender on the inside? >> mozzarella should be soft inside. >> let's move on to meatballs. everybody has their own meatball recipe. >> i used to hide mine. on sunday morning when i would make the meatballs, my sons would come down. they would smell the aroma, and eat every meatball. and we would have no meatballs for lunch. >> you got smart after a while? >> the secret of my mom's is truly that the ingredients she uses, the mixture of the bread,
white bread that we use here, like regular simple bread. >> and this is soaked and then squeezed. so there's not too much milk in it. >> what kind of meat do you use? combination? >> i use chuck, which is 80% beef, 20% fat. >> you're really going to roll those out, matt. >> slices. >> yeah. >> what is that about? >> go ahead, mom. >> you mean the new york food festival? we're doing meatballs. >> that's what you're going to make? >> of course. and there, i stop my sons from touching a meatball. >> there you go. >> we finish it here with fresh ricotta cheese. >> that's just appetizer course? >> that's the appetizer course. >> and next hour you're getting to the main course. >> matt, one thing. with the meatballs there's one
tip. always have cold water handy. because if your mixture is dry, add the cold water. and your meatballs will be moist. >> the second thing is always have your mother handy. >> check out
their recipes on today.com. up next, we're opening the rink here in rock center with a live performance, with gold medal winners meryl davis and charlie white. first this is "today" on nbc.
>> announcer: "today" at the rink is brought to you by folgers. the best part of waking up is folgers in your cup. >> back now with "today" at the rink and the 78th season of the opening of the ice here at rockefeller center rink. it was first opened in 1936. a little history lesson, to entice shoppers back then. of course, it's become a new york institution ever since then. here to help us with the opening, olympic gold medalists meryl davis and charlie white. it's only been eight months or so since we saw you skate off with the gold in sochi. >> it's flown by, that's for sure. it's been very busy. >> i hear congratulations are in order for you, charlie. you got engaged. >> yes. she said yes. that's been the highlight since the olympics and 2014 is going to be pretty unforgettable.
>> meryl, what did you spend your time doing? >> skating, dancing, schooling. school might be less exciting than skating and dancing but it's been a good year so far. >> you are still trying to be a student yet continue on in training. >> yeah. >> you are also skating on the tours on ice. >> february, march. we are looking forward to the opportunity to give back. taking the year off competitively. >> i'm going to let you get into place. and you're going to skate.
a big mess. this is what drivers southbound are seeing as they approach exit 4, this overturns dump truck. as we go to the happen i can tell you this is the first of two issues. the right-lane is blocked, but once drivers get to exist four, they will be diverted. police are investigating an earlier accident and to add to this mess for driving in the philadelphia area, route 1, there is an accident here in the southbound lane. it is really snarling things up on the northbound side. >> we'll see if we can expect any rain today, bill? >> we're counting the rain drops on the cape may camera. scattered showers are moving through, mainly just cloudy today. the clouds are trying to set out. not seeing much sunshine and not
going to get much. a few sprinkles and more showers lining up in maryland heading to the east. temperatures are still climbing and it's now 60 in philadelphia. >> thanks, we'll be back with another update in about 25 minutes to update the situation on the jersey turnpike. you can always get the latest news and weather on nbc10.com. now back to "the today show." have a great monday.
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third time. >> if you're voting in iowa, the name is bruce braley. >> that's hilarious. >> does get a lot of name recognition. >> maybe it works that way. speaking of evil, i think -- a little bit of it, anyway, hackers have gotten into snap chat. for those of you who don't know, it allows you to take a picture and it's supposed to vanish as soon as someone looks at -- the kids love it. the average user is under the age of 18. now hackers have gotten into these snap chat database or whatever and 200,000 pictures and images and some of these images reportedly racy. teenagers like this web sait si a. p because they can take pictures that parents don't approve of because they vanish. we know they don't vanish
really. snap chat actually went out and acknowledged it. they're blaming it on a third party app saying it had been collecting their data. so many levels of concern here. first of all how was a third party able to collect their data? >> separate apps. if you like something, a picture, you can click on it quickly and then store it. i'm not a snap chat user. >> store it is the problem. and, you know, last week or the last couple of weeks we were talking about celebrities and people were saying that's why you shouldn't take naughty pictures of yourself. a swimsuit picture, to some people -- i don't want my swim suit picture floating around. forget if you take it to level. do you want your neighbor or angry ex having anything from your phone or your computer that belongs to you? >> the problem is, as you said, third party apps, in response to snap chat, they developed these apps to keep the image. those apps are holding the data. that's where the breach came
out. >> there's no privacy. anything you put out there, assume it's out there. >> but that means pictures of your kids. >> yeah. anything. >> we escalated to the naughty pictures but we were talking earlier. we both use this -- i won't name the company. we upload our pictures and get them printed out. well, i don't know if they're storing my pictures. i love the calendar that i'm able to print out for the holidays. i mean, it's super fun but there are some holiday pictures of me in my swim suit, with the kids, with my mom that i don't necessarily want their employee having. >> even harmless photos as parents taking my pictures of my kids in the bath tub, you know, bubble bath. you worry about those pictures. half the time i don't develop them anyway. >> the only way you can truly have privacy is go polaroid, a new one is out, or have a printer at your home. that's expensive, time consuming
and we're about quick, fast and in a hurry. >> never take off my suit i sleep in a suit and tie. always right there. >> always ready? >> hello, sir. >> i go to the beach in a suit. perfect for me. >> you're just perfect. >> the willie approach. >> the perfect willie. so, have you heard this -- >> that sounds so strange. >> i'm going to move on. black friday apparently getting even earlier. just when you thought it wasn't early enough. it seems like you just finished your thanksgiving dinner, pull out the pie and everybody is getting up from the table and rushing off to the stores? macy's perhaps is opening even earlier now at 6:00 pm on thanksgiving, two hours earlier than last year. i guess they started 8:00 pm nationwide. we don't have this confirmed but a leaked e-mail went out apparently, sent to employees. they did say, though, last year was their best -- most walmart
stores open 24 hours. you're starting to see this black friday creep even earlier and earlier. it seems there's demand for that. people are pretty much putting away the pie. >> you don't have to go, you know. if you're offended don't get up from your table and go to macy's. if you want to go and think it's a good time to shop and you eat early, then good for you. >> make better pie. put your pie game on. >> the employees were asked and they really can't say no. >> that's tha happen happens i >> we'll be working thanksgiving. >> i won't but you will. i'll be working christmas. >> you have to call your agent. >> we do the switch off here. >> you're working thanksgiving, i'm working christmas. the bottom line is -- we do have that valid conversation about companies and what they make
people do. let's face it, pretty much any job will ask you to work on a day that you don't. somebody has to work on the holiday. >> you hope at least they're getting time and a half. are they being fairly compensated? >> especially when the numbers show that these stores are making money off opening earlier. >> then they can do their own shopping. >> take care of those employees. simone biles on the podium during national gymnastics championship where she won. they gave her the flowers. with flowers comes bees. she's like i'm not getting on that podium until the bee is gone and then kyla ross gets chased by the bee, puts her flowers down and everybody is happy at long last. no stings reported.
>> the bee is like, what, i'm trying to congratulate you. come on here. >> one other thing we've been talking about, double takes. recently the sun made headlines looking like a jack-o-lantern. my dad would say there was an old ghost in the fireplace where we grew up. he was a great dad except for that. this rock in the fireplace looked like an old ghost inside. bearded man in england. that's actually a cliff. but that's a face, right? >> looks like abraham lincoln. >> it does. from nasa, take a look at this, sun as the jack-o-lantern. >> wow! >> do you have a picture of something that made you do like a double take? person, walking down the street, that looks like jake gyllenhall. >> you took a picture of a stranger? >> did you put it up on snap
chat? >> what did the guy say? >> if you thought you saw willie, but it was george clooney. i don't know. >> see, nice. now you're recovering. very nice. nicely done. dylan dreyer is in for al this morning with a look at the weather. hello, dylan. >> good morning, guys. strong storms to talk about it. warm and humid out ahead of this front. cool and dry behind it. temperatures in the 80s versus temperatures in the 50s and 60s. we have heavier rain moving through texarkana into shreveport, louisiana. this line could produce your torrential downpours and wind gusts in excess of 70 miles per hour. we do have tornado watches in effect. in these yellow boxes that's where we have our severe thunderstorm warnings. quickly we want to show you this area in red. we could see strong storms today but the strongest in here through arkansas, louisiana, mississippi and into tennessee with those damaging wind gusts, large hail and flash floodin
good morning i'm bill henley. clouds moved in and they will stay with us most of the stay. we'll have spotty light showers. high temperatures in the upper to middle 60s. more summer like starting tomorrow. 80 degrees after a morning low of 60. there is a chance of showers later on wednesday and possibly early storms on thursday and it will clear out as we go towards the weekend. have a great day. >> and that's your latest forecast, guys. >> i think we have a shot of this sign right here. >> yes. you told this story once about the sign. take a look. >> a true story. >> that made us do a double take. >> it caught our eye in the studio. >> wait. >> my uncle smashed his face into willie's wedding cake. >> that's a true story. parker's lovely mother is there, his sister, molly.
the whole gang is there. parker -- >> i remember you told us. >> it's on video, too, parker. he did. he took our beautiful -- we made it ourselves, of course. >> custom. >> spent weeks working on it, getting it just right. he walked by it, near the end of the reception, looked at it and gave it a boom, head butt. >> i know his mom was over there, but there was a little -- >> no, no, no. >> good to see you. coming up next, tamron takes on a very difficult assignment, hanging out with channing tatum. >> such a hard assignment. >> did he show tamron some magic mike moves? (woman laughs nervously) i use wipes and toilet paper on a normal basis. why? because you feel cleaner. i don't know what that is. are those the... these are wipes. you can't have one without the other. bonnie and clyde. they go together. would you use these? i would. absolutely.
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something he has never tried before. animation. >> a decorated-month-o military who competes with his best friend for love. i sat down with channing to discuss the movie and his own book of life. >> look there, two best friends. >> in love with the same girl. >> rich, colorful film. it's unlike anything you've done so far. >> it deals with things that i think i would want my daughter to see. you know, it deals with friendship and being true to yourself, love. >> the greatest story begins on the day of the dead. >> i didn't know anything about the day of the dead. they have a beautiful part of their belief system in the spanish culture that they're still with you if you remember them. one day out of every year that you act like they're really there. >> welcome to the land of the
remember. >> it's a made-up world in a way anyways. we're sort of like these marionette people. >> are those magic mike moves or joaquin moves? >> these are joaquin moves. >> so you ad lib a lot? joaquin! >> yes. waaaa-quin! >> all that was sort of just on the day, just messing around. >> why don't you fight a real man with a really awesome mustache in. >> joaquin's mustache is a big part of the character. during november, the guys on the "today" show were all supposed to grow facial hair and willie
had one hair like growing out. can you grow a stache? >> i can. >> we put together channing tatum's book of life. >> oh, man. >> take a look. >> that is a care bear, i want to point out. >> you had a care bear cake? >> with me and my face in it. let's see here. oh, yeah. that's the good stuff. >> talk to me about fatherhood a little bit. we have a picture in there. >> fatherhood has been -- it teaches you a lot. talking about mortality. i've never like been afraid to fly on a plane in my whole life. and now like getting on a plane is a big deal, you know. things matter. as soon as jenna got pregnant, everything just sort of changed. >> you think about not flying. how in the heck did you go out with behr gryll? you had to be afraid at some point. >> the entire time. more of like what's not coming next. >> was there a moment you were looking over the cliff? >> oh, yeah. >> what were you thinking to yourself? >> he's too far away from me
right now. >> so "magic mike xxl"? >> this is the super bowl version of what the first one was. i'm dancing probably about five times as much in this one. >> five times? >> yes. >> when you practice your moves, are you in the mirror at home? is jena there like, no, no, baby, pop it more to the right? >> i do show her but i don't love dancing in front of her. she's such an amazing dancer. >> you use the word luck. when you look at your career, you always talk about your childhood and sneaking out of the house and your parent, your dad not knowing. is it luck? >> my mom always says luck is preparation and opportunity. so, i mean, i don't know. i guess i was just prepared to sneak out of the house and hope i got back all right. i was prepared to literally go through any door that was in front of me and see if i liked what was on the other side and if i didn't, i would go right back through the door. >> "the book of life" opens in
theaters friday. one of the thing ice found so enjoyable, he is so open. this guy is like this is who i am. this is my journey. and it actually coincides with that movie. he is the real deal. he was pop locking at some point. >> he can really move, we know, from imagi"magic mike." >> he can move. >> he didn't take the bait when you tried to attack my facial hair. >> off camera he was like, what's wrong with willie geist and no hair? >> gentleman. we stick together, channing. a consumer alert to tell you about. coming over to your house before a big night of trick-or-treating, food and decor to get you fired up after this. ♪
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>> we're tracking showers along with those clouds. we have seen some thinning of the clouds but in the meantime they're solidly in place across which is where we're seeing shower activity move in from maryland. might want to keep an umbrella handy. up to 62 degrees in spite of a few showers and dover, 55 in trenton, a little bit of a breeze but mostly cloudy skies. >> clean up continues right now on the new jersey turnpike southbound. sky force 10 was flying over the scene in mount laurel. the driver was taken to the hospital with minor injuries. you can expect some delays there. we'll have another update for you in about 25 minutes. we'll try to get more information on that trash for you involving the two police
welcome back to "today." it's monday morning, october 13g9, 2014, columbus day. i'm willie with natalie and tamron. al has the day off. >> yes. i have your monday moment. we've been asking you to send in moment that is will bring us all a smile. get ready. your cheeks will be hurting after this. this was post on facebook with the caption "if you were having a bad day, this should cheer you up." and roll. [ laughter ]
>> it's all fun and games until that balloon pops. how adorable and infectious is that laugh? it's the little thing that is bring you joy like balloons. >> i could listen to babies laugh all day long. any time you're down -- >> it should be. >> it has to be, right? >> what helps you through this monday morning, share it with us #mondaymoments. >> double take picks, things that caught your eye. susan ingram on twitter. look. those are shells. she got them at the beach. they look like they're smiling. >> are you sure it wasn't painted after the fact? >> susan, willie doubts you. go after him on twitter. >> i thought it was like gum. >> susan, did you play me? >> no, no. >> i thought we were here. you sent that in. i don't know her, but --
>> we love you, susan. >> we love you. >> dylan has the weather. >> dylan is in for al. what's happening? >> ironically, two tropical storms. it's been a quiet season but now tropical storm faye is moving away from bermuda, becoming less and less of an issue to land. we have tropical storm gonzalo, it could strengthen into perhaps a category 2 hurricane eventually. winds are 69 miles per hour. it will continue to move to the west for now. we have puerto rico under a hurricane watch and we will eventually start to see those watches take hold through the british and u.s. virgin islands. we also have your tropical storm warnings in effect as well. this whole storm, just want to show you the track of this real quickly. it will stay to the west and northwest and then take a turn to the north. it could strengthen into a category 2 hurricane. bermuda will have to watch out again as this
good morning i'm bill henley, a few breaks of sunshine and some spotty light showers. high temperatures in the middle to upper 60s, typical for this time of year. partly sunny skies, 80 degrees if and back up to 80 again on wednesday. here is a chance of showers later on wednesday. possibly early storms on thursday and it will clear out as we go towards the weekend. have a great day. >> and that's your latest forecast. willie, natalie? >> dressing up, getting in the spirit, that's for everybody. >> family fun magazine has made it which couldly -- wickedly easy to throw a party. mary giles is the editor. >> some are made with simple cardboard. this is the selfie. love that. >> this is a sheet of foam core with a black poster board
border. paint your own portrait on the front, attach ribbon straps so you can wear it comfortably all night long. >> you have to be cool, having a great time all night. >> you can put that one down. >> she's mr. sly fox, too. >> let's check out deck ragorat >> here to show us how to make our adorable witch poppers, cone of paper with fringed crepe paperer. pull this and it releases the candy. put some glue around the top. and you are able to -- >> can i try one of these? >> absolutely. grab one. pop. >> boom! >> great. very cool. >> this is fantastic. i lv the littlove the little sk
>> avery is showing us how to make these. they're great for a party. younger kids. just q-tips glued on, cotton ball head with the body. you can't go wrong with this one. it's great for a party or any aged kids. >> then we have kaylin. glue on your faces. these are faces cut from sheets of duct tape. stick them together for you a little bit. these are canning jars. stick on the faces. you see them here. this is milk inside. cut a april top, stick your straws in. fun way to drink your spirits for halloween. aren't these greats? you make your favorite sandwich. stick in the plastic fangs, add
candy eyes with peanut butter, cream cheese. stick them in your kids' lunch boxes for halloween. >> this is jaden. lashes and staches pumpkins. great results. fraction of the time. this is cardstock. cut and then attached with double-sided tape. if you want to have your pumpkin s kayla has our disco ball pumpkins, and we've done great family fun trick for cutting duct tape. stick it on parchment paper first, then peel it off like stkers and stick it on. >> i love that. i need one of these hanging above me. >> disco ball pumpkin. >> when the kids go to bed the real party starts.
>> behind you, willie, our giant spider. this is great to put on your porch for halloween night, scare the trick-or-treaters, milk jug with the spout cut off, decorated with duct tape, easter egg halves and insulation tubes, four of them. >> you guys are so creative over at "family fun." >> thank you so much. >> thanks for your help this morning, all right? good stuff. coming up, it is columbus today. we'll head back into the kitchen for family-style cooking with the scottos. >> they're cooking. i'm eating. check out all these airline seats.
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cacciatore. this is your favorite dish. >> yes. it's easy. you and i cooked before. do you know how to cook now? >> no. she eats out. it's okay. >> i'm learning from you. i do a lot of your recipes. what do i do when i'm doing this at home? >> we're flouring the chicken, cut it in eight pieces. >> you have thighs, breasts, legs. >> the whole thing. whatever anybody wants. we're flouring it. >> do you season it before you flour it? >> i put salt and pepper in the flour. >> you mix it in the flour? >> in the flour. >> whoa saw today it until it's brown. >> what kind of oliil are you using? >> olive oil. >> this is two-minute browning. that's all i'm doing. same pot, i'm taking that chicken out of there, using all the goodies inside of that to start my sauce now. >> you're going to deglaze this?
>> not really deglaze. i'm going to stay there right with it, add garlic, onions, mushrooms and peppers. we're going to let that cook down a little bit. once that's cooked down five or six minutes, little seasoning, right? we'll put a little oregano, red pepper, fennel. take a little pepper, if you don't mind, salt if you can. chicken stock in here, right. that's the basis of it. >> cook for a couple of minutes each time, right? simple. tomato sauce. use crushed tomato. that's it. add the chicken back in. let it cook 20, 25 minutes. >> uncovered or covered? >> covered. we'll let it cool and cook it again when you want it type of situation. that's the whole key here. >> that's nice. >> let it sit in there for a while. >> soaking up the flavors. got it.
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>> announcer: the toyota concert series on "today" brought to you by toyota. >> zach and colten swon first won the hearts of fans competing in season four of "the voice." >> they went on to release requests later on," number one hit on itunes. >> self titled debut album. fellows, good morning. good to see you. >> good morning. >> how are you doing? >> good to see you. >> we know the two of you have been singing together for an awful long time. we saw you fully formed on "the voice." we want to take a trip down memory lane. zach and colten. tell me about these young guys. >> oh, my gosh. >> if you'll notice that was me carrying my brother, just like i do now in our career. >> oh, nice. >> cute. >> what are you going to sing for us? >> a song we call "pray for you." it's a song of hope. we relate it to this. hope you like it.
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let's look at our forecast with bill henley. >> yeah, just enough of a breeze to put the sails out. the sun will stay hidden behind most of the clouds today as well. you might even need an umbrella. steady showers now in eastern maryland. temperatures are moving toward the upper 60s this afternoon. mostly cloudy skies today. >> this morning philadelphia police are still looking for a woman that stole a man's prosthetic leg. it happened last night outside of the game. he says the woman snatched the leg right out of his wheelchair and took off. it was later found abandoned. bill campbell was certainly smiling down on the eagles last
from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hey, everybody. it is fun day monday, october 13th. and it is a happy columbus day if you're all -- >> people are at home. >> probably with their families. we'll keep that in mind as we continue the family show here today. >> uh-huh. we have the stars -- if you know this show, christly knows best. he's a dad who is an extremely strict. he has a lot of kids. we'll talk about his parenting style, his young daughter dating. >> gorgeous. look at her. >> we're also going to answer
some of your questions that you have -- >> parenting questions you mean? >> right. >> all the hollywood buzz including had j. lo did for ben affleck. what? >> over the weekend. don't give it away. >> i don't know. >> i'll tell you. >> and new york's first family of food, the scottos are heating up our kitchen with sweet treats. >> look at those two. >> we like that sound, anthony. >> thank you, guys. >> you guys just keep whipping it up in there. >> how was your weekend? >> my weekend was extremely busy and i know you weren't feeling very well. >> tell them about yours. >> friday, all day long, after our show, we worked on recording all of the instrumental music for not today and tomorrow's not looking good either. our big musical that we are doing -- >> this is a big deal, you guys. it is a big deal. there is going to be a musical on the "today" show. it is going to be a big chunk of -- >> there is sal, in my little
studio at my house. sal is -- i don't want to give it away. david brinkman and i -- anyway, we recorded the soundtrack so everybody can start learning the music. sal has a story you're not going to believe. we'll tell you that and you'll be -- >> you wonder who he is, in case you've forgotten, he's a prop guy here who brings out stuff and, you know -- >> sal is in the kitchen. there he is. get used to that face, baby. he's a broadway baby bound, yes, yes, yes. and then all day and on saturday, hoda, i went to new hampshire, the beautiful state of new hampshire, just in nash with a, two different places to visit my stuff. and met the nicest people, the foliage is about two weeks ahead of ours so it is just beautiful. i didn't know that apparently new hampshire is the -- they are -- how can i say this without saying -- they drink more stuff than any other state. >> they said second. googled it. apparently second. >> second. they're proud of thinking
they're first. they say they're first. wherever i'm visiting, that's the person i believe. >> the pictures you posted on instagram and twitter and stuff -- >> that we can't show. >> there is one picture of your stuff in a cake. >> an unbelievable cake. it was awesome. thank you, everybody. a lot of fun. sad news over the weekend. >> let's get to -- let's have a little fun stuff before we go sad. "snl" was on and every now and then someone makes an appearance. a guest appearance. >> it was hosted by bill hader. and kristin wiig came back and she did a special cameo. >> i wish she would go away for good. >> if you've ever seen hollywood -- >> not that way, but go to hollywood and leave me alone. >> you know the show hollywood game night? >> yes. >> okay. well, you were apparently a contestant on hollywood game night. we want to warn you the humor is a little late night, but -- >> there are children watching at home. >> just go.
play it. >> kathie lee, you're first. >> finish this movie quote, life is like a box of -- >> tampons. hoda is like, what are those? she doesn't need them anymore. ♪ lady no red >> hysterical. >> i'm the butt of that one. who should be ticked. not you. >> she's very, very talented. when you -- when they started doing you on "saturday night live" and doing us together, i said, get used to this, you have to take it as the sincerest form of flattery or else you go crazy. so the person who did me years and years ago when they used to do me and regis has just passed away. >> yeah. >> jan hooks. and i said to you, she was so talented. she really was. >> she died at 57, young, of an undisclosed illness. that's her when she was playing you back in the day. >> that's david carvey, i think.
>> and yet another place to eat. i'm out of control. our little musical, regis is our guest star. it is like regis and -- we have a lot of fun. i hope it turns out -- >> it is going to be big and fun. we have new pictures, you guys, if you like beyonce and jay-z's baby blue ivy. blue ivy is standing on one of those grates, her dress is all blowing up. >> doing marilyn monroe. >> she is. at the louvre in paris. and who can't resist a couple of cute pics like that. >> she's precious. >> esquire magazine picked its sexiest woman of the year. >> i can't believe they didn't pick you, hoda. >> last year, scarlett johansson. this year, penelope cruz. >> they're phenomenal pictures. she looks amazing. she's 40 years old, a mother of two, which is fantastic. >> the pictures in the paper today too, gorgeous. >> i know. >> every single -- you can't believe she's 40 and had two kids. >> i like to think she was
airbrush eed out the wazoo. >> i think she was. scarlett johansson had a little baby. we didn't talk about that last week. >> she did. >> can we go on from that. we know who the beautiful women are. we want to talk about us. >> the voice is going to get juicy starting -- already juicy but getting crazy juicy. these are the battle rounds. so what they have done is they have given us a tiny sneak peek, okay, this is luke wade versus daniel griffin, from team pharrell. pharrell takes two of his people, pit them against one another and then he has to pick between those two. someone goes down. take a peek at this. ♪ doesn't really understand
♪ that he doesn't really understand ♪ ♪ baby i'm amazed i'm amazed ♪ ♪ i'm amazed i'm amazed ♪ ♪ i'm amazed i'm amazed ♪ ♪ with you >> oh, my gosh. that is going to be so good! >> yeah. i think that's the -- >> that's one sided, though. i think the guy that did all the -- >> you think he's the one? how hard that must be for a coach to put two of their people who they chose and fought for head to head knowing -- like the hunger games. somebody's going down. wow, can't wait. >> that's tonight. >> 8:00, 7:00 central. now, this is a good topic for all the women watching. in which state do you think the most immature men live?
so this is how they studied it. >> they looked at unemployment, unemployment rate, job or not. >> fantasy football enthusiasm. beer pong enthusiasm. >> loser. >> video game enthusiasm. family guy. and porn watching. >> and the winner is -- >> the most immature state is rhode island. >> i think that's sad. rhode island is beautiful. >> it is beautiful. but apparently they have some immature dudes. >> some issues. >> but they're followed by delaware, rehoboth beach. >> yes. >> illinois. >> which dakota? >> north dakota. >> and ohio. >> if you're wond who has the most mature. utah, idaho and washington state. that's where you find those kind of guys. >> if you care, the study was done by real estate site. >> good to know.
>> favorite things. >> okay, you all know girouard at our show. i wish he was here today. he's not. he shake his belly for us. he's a sweetheart. lifts up his shirt and gives us one of those. anyway, his fiancee, yes, indeed, everybody, he's taken, these things don't always work out, his fiancee's mother has this company called chocolates by chocolations, $20 a pound. and it is delicious, right? they're delicious. and i like -- we like to support local small town -- >> yeah. what is my favorite thing? this weekend i wanted to learn a song on my guitar. and i wanted to learn leather and lace by stevie nicks and don henley. my favorite thing, i went on youtube, remember this song? so i went online because my guitar lesson isn't until tonight and i'm itchy. i went on and googled guitar lesson. look at my favorite thing.
it is mark, his head is cut off but -- >> down pick up, down, up. >> down pick down, pick up down up, pick up down up. wait, watch when he goes faster. please. here it is. pick down, pick up down up. pick up down up. pick down. 100 times i played it over and over. >> the whole thing is only 1:30. >> can we stop it now? >> that's the end of it. >> you get the idea. >> i wish i know what mark looked like. >> why don't they show us -- >> they don't have room. he h they shoot it with the iphone. probably shot it right there. >> good for him. good for you, hoda. i've never known you to stick with something. >> a lot happening in hollywood. guess who is with us today? >> tim stack. >> this parent takes parenting
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>> todd is here with his wife julie. what happened on that date, by the way, savannah? >> i think my grandmother had more fun than i did at the end of the day. >> was it a -- what happened with the guy? did he ever want to go back? >> was it over after the first date? >> you know -- >> with grandma. >> you must set rules obviously. you had grandma going along. what kind of rules do you set for your kids when they're going out on dates. >> savannah, we don't allow our girls to date unless whoever they're wanting to date has been to the house at least three times, stayed four hours each time. within 12 hours, i've got your number. >> you agree with everything your husband says? >> i don't agree with everything. but, you know -- >> do you sneak around, like if he says no, you go to her. >> he wants to meet the guy that
takes her out and he just doesn't want me to bring mine home. >> so it is two sets of rules. one for chase -- >> a double standard. >> that's why it doesn't seem fair. >> well, you know, i look at it this way. i'm raising my son to be a good decent young man and to treat girls with respect. and i want the same thing for my daughter. but at the end of the day, chase is now 18. so he's accountable for his own sins. i'm no longer accountable for that. >> what about when savannah turns 18? zbl >> i'm still going to be holding her -- >> exactly. facebook has questions for you, from the audience. they write, okay, tammy broader asks how do you handle your son versus your dating. which you just talked about. tara wrote in, i have children, five children, 10, 6, 4, 2 and 13 months. my oldest three constantly fight, bicker and tattle on each other. they're always so worried about what the other one is doing that they can't function themselves. i'm at my wit's end.
please help me. >> it never changes. >> you know, the way we work -- >> we're best friends now. we used to fight like cats and dogs. >> i would make chase and savannah sit in a room together in a chair and just stare at each other. >> do you remember that? >> weren't allowed to speak? >> no. >> did you ever want to run away from home? >> oh, yeah. >> yeah. >> what do you do to rebel. i can't imagine that living under this strict regime is easy. what do you do? it is okay, chase. nobody is listening. >> i do pretty much whatever i want to do and then just deal with the consequences. >> and he has those consequences. >> what are the consequences, by the way, when they break house rules? >> well, you know, chase, i locked him out of the house. >> would you kick your own kids out of the house? >> yes. yes. >> i could always come back. >> they always can come home, but here's the understanding, you're to be at home at 11:30 at night.
when i set the alarm and you're not there, i need to know exactly what your plans are and if you can't tell me, then you need to be at home. >> i'm with you, todd. i'm with you. >> how do you feel? you're two years out of breast cancer. >> i feel great. i just did the walk and it is amazing. amazing. >> we're so happy for you. >> good woman. >> we know she is. >> you're a good family. we wish you all the best. chrisley knows best airs tuesday nights on our sister network, usa, at 10:00, 9:00 central. go to our facebook page, todd is sticking around. >> is he? >> with his wife as well. >> all the people outside, they're all -- who are these people outside? tim stack is standing by. he has all the buzz you need to know. >> and easy ways you can make money from your smartphone right after this. >> what are they doing out there? mom: good luck, sweetie! i love you! girl: i love you too. cow: (tearing up) go get em' gracie! girl: bye! cow: they grow up so fast baby: (giggles)
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the clounds are hanging in there but we're blowing a few showers into the area. we've seen scattered light showers so far but right now center city is dry. that changes to the south. look at the showers moving into delaware. the radar showing the most impressive showers of the day so far into southwestern delaware right now in sussex county. 61 degrees and climbing in philadelphia. we'll be staying in the 60s this afternoon with cloudy skies and occasional light showers. the investigation continues this morning into a crash involving two philadelphia police cruisers. you will see that video here. skyforce 10 was over the seen at 21st and spruce streets in center city. it appears a black pickup truck was also involved. two people were injured and taken to the hospital. we're still working to find out if the people injured were officers or civilians. the cleanup continues on the new jersey turnpike southbound near exit 4 after that dump truck overturned earlier this morning. skyforce 10 through over that scene earlier.
the driver was taken to the hospital with mine jor injuries. today new mediator begin another round of negotiating between septa and the train engineers union. president obama created this second emergency board to prevent a strike which would have started today. unioferls tell us there is progress but still no resolution. the earliest the workers could go on strike is february of next year. we have a full hour of ynew at 11:00. you can always get the latest on nbc10.com. i'm chris cato. have a great monday.
"today" on this fun day monday. time to get you caught up on all the celebrity scoop in "today's buzz". >> with the hottest hollywood gossip you want to share with your friends is "entertainment weekly" senior writer tim stack. >> we call him tim stackable. and his mom is over. >> she's hiding her wine. that's sad. >> this is interesting, in new york, saw this over the weekend, someone threw a smoke bomb out of a grate while eating at an outdoor restaurant. >> another thing we need to worry about. rose mcgown was eating at bar pety, outdoors, and this guy popped up, you see the security
footage. this guy popped up from under a subway grate and threw a smoke bomb and went back down. he's look a mole person. that's my biggest fear, mole people. he's still on the loose. the nypd has not gotten him yet. >> there he is. >> god knows what that is. >> looks like neil patrick harris to me. >> oh, god. where was neil patrick harris on friday at 5:30? where was he? where was that little man? >> now serious news, amanda bynes, the more you hear about the story, the sadder it gets. >> the more are bizarre. >> amanda bynes seemed like she was on a good path and then basically came back to new york and began tweeting erratically, kwed f questioned for shoplifting at barneys and then began tweeting that her father abused her, her parents released a statement saying that was not correct and she went back to california and her parents put her under involuntary hospitalization. >> and retracted what she said. >> she retracted. she said it is because of the
microchip implanted in her when he implanted. she claims that he implanted her with a microchip. >> not true. >> i don't think that's true, but so we're not sure what is going to happen. her parents -- we reached out to her parents and they haven't responded. >> the video of her in that store dancing around -- when you hear about it, you go, it sounded funny. when you watch it, it is sad. >> she's in a store and she's kind of dancing around, very erratically. it is very sad. i hope someone helps her. she is talented. >> they're trying. >> they're trying. that's the thing. it is a hard thing when someone is -- >> we mentioned about jan hooks from "snl" passed away. i didn't know she was ill, but a lot of people said they knew she had a long time illness. >> battling a long time illness. kevin nealon her co-star, they dated, he wrote a lovely piece in "time," basically saying, you know, he called her his janners and he wrote that she had stage fright like every night before going out for "snl." she was really terrified to go
out. he would talk her through it and she just killed and he said he was so in love with her because of her talent and just so sad. she was so great. amazing as you. >> whatever. >> wonderful. >> who played you the best? >> i don't know. i don't know. >> there are so many. >> i think kristin wiig. come on. >> she's so good. >> fine. i'll outlive them all. >> that's always how it works. let's go to the box office. "gone girl" still -- >> my mom and i saw it last night. >> you saw "gone girl." i wouldn't want to sit with my mother and watch that scene. >> i know. i've seen a lot with my mom. i saw "boogie nights" with my mom. >> what? >> we saw "the harvey milk" on thanksgiving. "show girls." >> go crazy and do "last tango in paris."
>> this explains so much. gone girl was number one. what was number two? >> dracula, i'm told. number three was "the judge ." >> i want to see that. >> that got mixed reviews. >> a bunch of fine actorers. >> robert downey jr. and robert duvall. j. lo tweeted an instagram photo, she went to see "gone girl" this weekend. she is supporting her ex ben affleck. >> she's been hanging with her exes a lot. >> david fincher cast affleck because he thought he could understand the tabloid phenomenon that he deals with because of j. lo. >> tim stackable, take your mother to lunch and supply her with more stuff. the two rooms in the house where you should never use a certain color. >> fixes for your design crimes. that's kind of harsh. crimes? after this. we're all entitled to our little secrets. me? i've got a few.
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>> we're going to identify the crimes and you're going to fix it. first a bedroom. and what are the issues here? >> so this bedroom looks issue free. you have no idea it is a crime scene, ladies. the biggest thing is the wall paint color. i love green in a dining room or living room, but any room where you see a lot of exposed skin, bedroom, bathroom, i never do green because it casts a sickly pallor on skin tones, making you look like a little naked yoda. >> okay. >> you want it go for something warmer like a beige or go for a blue. >> the curtains look a little short. >> exactly. we have high water pants for the drapes. so you want them to -- >> it has been moved down. >> it was too high. >> is that where they should be? >> not at eye level when it is above a piece of furniture, exactly. four to eight inches. you see they dropped it significantly, that's right. it has the contact with the
piece of furniture above. i like four to eight inches above. >> you like the blue opposed to the green. >> yes, blue doesn't cast the pallor but creates a sense of calm you want. >> let's move on to a living room and point out the three crimes and we'll show you the after photo. what are the three here? >> are those handles? what are those? >> those are wall sconces. we're doing a -- i got all of them for 40 bucks at target. >> this -- sorry, this is the living room. >> here is the living room also committing some crimes. at first glance it looks fine. >> is it in front of doors that go outside? >> it is. there is a little gap. this is a stock image to showcase the crimes. but the problem in here is we have the magic carpet ride for the coffee table, there is a small rug under that ottoman, when really the larger the rug, the bigger the room looks. so we want to expand that rug so it is at least partially under all the feeting, partially under that sectional so that way the seating area is defind ed by th area rug. the other crime is the accent
wall. i'm not a fan of accent walls, i call them accident walls. did she run out of paint? so i prefer to be all neutral or all blue. you have to commit to one or the other. i do not like just one wall being different than the others. then the other crime is that we -- when you're creating multiples, multiple art above the sofa, do it in an odd number. odd numbers are so much more officially appealing than even. so you have three in the after picture where as two before was just ho-hum. >> yeah. >> three makes it more visually complex and more organic. i'm always thinking odd number. >> what do you think? >> you like two? >> no, i don't like either one. >> these are stock that i designed. >> the third picture. what is it of? >> so these -- if you're growing neutral, as we saw in last room, we nixed the accent wall and went for a neutral. i love grays. which is a fusion of gray and beige. >> like a taupe.
>> exactly. it has the coolness of a gray, but the warmth of a beige. it feels modern and yet approachable, inviting, cozy. >> there is an example of a room where you used that color, right? >> yes. so here you can see he i used a greige. so this is a room that is not committing any crimes. over there in the corner, the drapes go all the way to the floor. >> and the cupcake. >> i love that. i noticed. >> betsy, thank you. >> thank you for having me. >> you can't get enough of home design, you have a pet, we have stylish ideas for your shared space. >> and the scottos are in kitchen whipping up dessert, new york style. i've never seen swanything so soft!tness... charmin! take a closer look at charmin ultra soft and you'll love what you see. not only can you use less,
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mary and her son anthony, new york fantastic restaurant, they saved best for last for hoda, the dessert. >> let's have a drink. >> what is that? >> scrumpino. >> what is that? >> champagne and some lemon ice cream and a little vodka. >> a little vodka. >> that's nice. >> my kind of drink right there. >> wakes you right up. >> it is dry. >> i like it better because it is not sweet. >> you have a little bit of the -- >> you know what it is? it is scrumpino. >> what next? >> now we're doing mousse. we are doing an amaretto mousse. i'm putting in some sugar. >> sugar. >> this is egg whites, and anthony -- >> i did the egg yolks with the
sugar also. bind these separately and then mix them together at the end. >> okay. >> so what we have here, guys, sorry -- >> that's all right. >> i apologize. this is done. >> egg whites already beaten. sorry about that. >> all right. >> and this is my marscapone cheese. >> fold this all in together. fold this all in together, take a couple of minutes. and this is what it is going to look like. >> wait, wait, wait. espresso. >> oh. >> and you got to do amaretto. >> i'm sorry, mom. >> that looks so good. >> and the cookie. >> we mix that all together. it is going to wind up in the piping bag. and now what we did here is we did some regular cookies. they could be amaretto cookies. they could be walnut cookies. they could be biscotti. instead of putting it in a
grinder of some sort, italians do this. >> break it up. >> that's what we're going to do, right? >> that's fun. >> you can add amaretto to this or not. you can leave it alone. >> might as well. >> add that first. >> okay. >> we'll build this mousse now. >> okay. >> we did a layer of this. i'm adding the mousse. >> look at this. >> mom, you do a layer. >> a layer -- >> now the mousse. >> and wait, wait, i'm coming to the other one. >> just do this one. just do this one. >> is hoda allowed to eat that? >> and the nuts. we're going to finish this with a little chocolate shavings. we're going to finish this with a little -- >> that looks so good. >> unbelievable. >> and bread pudding? >> bread pudding. >> you want to taste it? >> i'll taste it. >> here you go. >> you know what would be great with that, instead of using chocolate, add blueberries to that. >> no. >> yes, in the morning for breakfast. >> tell us about the -- >> caramel sauce, sugar and
water, we're browning this as you can see here. we're adding butter to it now. >> mm. >> we're going to whip that in. at the end we'll add heavy cream. and that's your base for the caramel. >> blue bere are rberries wouldn this, but this is unbelievable. >> i have to get in. >> we're adding in -- what are we adding in here? >> in that one, we're -- i don't drink that much so -- >> why do we like this so much? >> bread pudding. >> this, though, honestly, this is unbelievable. >> anthony, don't be so cheap. put more -- >> it is okay, mom. it is okay. i promise. >> so cheap. >> on our website, klgandhoda.com. >> all right. here try a bite. >> that's fabulous. >> sorry. >> oh, my god.
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cat behaviorist jackson galaxy known is known for his s animal planet "my cat from hell". >> now his new book, "catification" shows you how to share your space without crimping your style. he brought along a couple of his friends who are up for adoption. if i weren't allergic to you, i would. >> flounder and his friend sebastien. eight weeks old, up for adoption. >> he's stuck. >> he likes my dress or are something. okay. >> tell us about -- this is -- you see cats in the window. >> we think that when we're not at home, cats are sleeping the
entire time, they're not sleeping. they're totally looking out the window, cat tv. you can buy this shelf at any store, allows them to look out the window. you can use something like this. you don't have to spend money at all. create brackets for $5. >> should we hand him to you? hand him to him? >> want to hand me a kitten. i can do that. >> you can do it. >> hopefully. >> all right, so, now the next thing is we call this no excuses catification. take any kind of cardboard box you have at home. i can show you all ygot to do i take some fabric, tie a loop. they love it. it is no time at all. cut a hole in a box, even i can do that. >> i like it. >> awesome. >> a hammock right there. >> such a clever idea. >> looks good too. >> well --
>> you do not have to spend money and you can make it. >> you did it. >> what about climbing posts. they like to climb up and down things. >> here is the crazy part. everyone said i don't want a scratching post, this ladder, we absolutely just put some rope, wrapped it around. now you have a place to scratch. >> what do they do when they're scratching? >> they're exercising their claws but also leaving scent marking. scent between their paws. >> scent marking on me. >> this one belongs to me. >> sorry about that. this belongs to me. i own this. here is the thing, you can take rope and take any kind of shelving you can get at any store, really. wrap it up, use it to connect the spots if you want to. and then there you go. you can use these kind of beds, matting is important. anytime they land on something, they want to flip around. these are easy to find and no excuses for catifying your home. >> what is go on here?
>> here we took carpet tiles and stuck them up on the wall. here you go. tape on the back. tape it back up like this and this is now a scratching post. and it is a good looking scratching post -- >> well -- >> kathie lee, you have a choice, compromise is the world of cats. and either your wallpaper is going to be torn up, because they need to do this or -- >> got to share the planet. >> you want to say yes before you say no. >> thank you. >> thanks very much. >> you're welcome. tomorrow, performance by country star florida georgia line. >> and award winning beauty products you'll want to fill your cabinets with. >> we'll see you tomorrow. have a great day.
nbc 10 news starts now. right now at 11:00 a.m., developments in the first known case of ebola being contracted or transmated in the u.s. the cdc says a breach of protocol led to this new infection. it was at the hospital where thomas eric duncan was treated. good morning. i'm renee chenault-fattah. the centers for disease control -- nbc's jay gray has more from the hospital where the worker is being treated right now. >> reporter: this morning a member of the specialized team