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activity late this afternoon. inland you are less likely to see showers and more likely to see sun. >> download the nbc 10 a. for the latest on the cosby court appearance today. good morning. breaking overnight. major shakeup. the tsa's head of security is out. a new national command center created. hundreds of screeners added to help alleviate the long lines. will it be enough? taking shots. donald trump defends his new attack ad focused on bill clinton's past, while hillary clinton slams trump's business records. >> how can anybody lose money running a casino, really? >> and bernie sanders warns the democratic convention will be messy. >> that's what democracy is about. >> our one-on-one straight ahead. dangerous storms. tornadoes in oklahoma, large hail causing drivers in texas to seek shelter. in minnesota, lightning forces fans at a beyonce concert to
evacuate. there's more bad weather on the way. and zika warning. mosquitos carrying the virus could be weeks away from arriving on the u.s. mainland. how many repellants stop the zika mosquito? alarming reports of a consumer report today. tuesday, may 24 th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. good morning, everybody. welcome to "today" on this tuesday morning. sure, it's raining outside, but summer is coming. we'll already see warming temps and people are worried about zika. >> what you should be buying to give you the best chance at keeping the mosquitos at bay. >> that's a story later. our top story, addressing the long lines at our nation's
airports. tom costello has more. >> the lines stretched up to three hours at some airports. now the tsa chief, who generally gets high marks for trying to turn around an agency he inherited, he removed the top official in charge of screening. >> reporter: this morning, a shakeup at the tsa, facing a backlash over long lines and management issues. the head of the tsa replaced the agency's top security official, and adding more staff to handle the huge amount of passengers heading to the airport for the summer season. forced out, kelly hogan, the assistant since 2013. after he became the focus of congressional inquiries in a staffing and pay decision. >> you cannot recruit, you cannot trade, you cannot retain, and you cannot administrate. >> reporter: hogan has been reassigned, replaced by a deputy in the department. the move comes at the tsa chief,
peter neffenger, looks to make changes after complaints. hundreds of passengers paralyzed in security lines as their planes took off at chicago's o'hare airport without them. leaving many of them stranded and sleeping on cots. >> i think we have a shortage of staff across the system. we're moving people into the areas of greatest volume and greatest need. >> reporter: the problem, a record 2.2 million passengers a day, on average. and the tsa simply doesn't have enough screeners. 117 walk off the job each week. more than 6,000 officers a week. neffenger and his boss, homeland security secretary jay johnson, promising officers would be reassigned to chicago's airports by mid-august. 58 within the next three weeks. 100 more part-timers in chicago would be promoted to full-time. a move the tsa hopes will quell the fury of frustrated travelers. >> airlines estimates tens of thousands of passengers missed
their flights since the 1st of the year. neffenger also establishing a tsa incident command center at headquarters in washington to track daily screen operations and shipped officers to airports as needed, to speed things along. >> tom costello, thank you. in the presidential race, things getting nastier between donald trump and hillary clinton, while bernie sanders takes shots at both of them in a new interview with nbc news. we have it covered, starting with n brbc national correspond, peter alexander. >> good morning. this race is hitting another low in may. donald trump's latest attacks on the clintons revisiting sexual misconduct against bill clinton, that fox host bill o'reilly commented on. >> reporter: defending attacks on hillary and bill clinton. >> they've been dirty players, and i have to fight back the way i have to fight back.
>> reporter: the latest attack, seemingly unprovoked, digging up clinton's sex skand ls. this video posted by trump on instagram, superimposing clinton over past accusations of conduct that clinton repeatedly denied. three of the accusers joining sean hannity's show. they had this to say. >> i'm so appreciative to donald trump for bringing it. i couldn't. it's very tifrlt for me to bring it forward because it's still too painful. >> reporter: hillary clinton's aides insisting she won't, quote, follow trump into the gutter. >> hillary clinton won't go for that. this is somebody who has a steel pack bone. >> the last thing we need is a bully in the pulpit. >> reporter: clinton arguing trump's policies are bad for working class voters. >> he can bankrupt america like he bankrupted his companies. >> reporter: the clinton
campaign has a new video highlighting the billionaire's comments from 2006. appearing to root for the housing market to collapse. >> i sort of hope that happens, because then people like me would go in and buy. if there is a bubble burst, as they call it, you know, you can make a lot of money. >> reporter: bill clinton pressing trump to release his tax returns. >> her opponent, who never tires of telling us how much richer he is than the rest of us, won't release his tax returns. >> reporter: the bottom line, both trump and clinton remain widely unpopular. these word clouds from our new poll showing how voters describe them. clinton, time for a woman president. better than trump. the number one answer, liar. not trustworthy. trump, scared, good businessman and leaving the country. the presumptive nominee meeting privately with head of the senate foreign relations committee. >> i have no reason whatsoever to believe that i'm being considered for a position like
that. >> donald trump is criticizing former president bill clinton on the past allegations of sexual misconduct, and now on a murder conspira conspiracy, questioning the 1993 suicide of a clinton aide. when asked about the foster case by the "washington post," trump called the theories of possible foul play, quote, very serious, and the circumstances of foster's death very fishy. matt and savannah? >> thank you. also this morning, a long-time ally of bill and hillary clinton is facing possible legal trouble. georgia governor is under scrutiny for campaign contributions he received when he ran for governor. pete williams is following this for us. good morning. >> good morning, savannah. the justice department and fbi aren't commenting, and the lawyer for the governor's campaign says he knows nothing about it. officials with knowledge about the investigation say it's been
underway for the past several months. >> thank you. thank you. >> reporter: federal officials say the fbi has been looking at whether terry's 2013 campaign for governor accepted funds forbidden by law. he's a friend of the clintons and a former chair of the party and co-chair of hillary's 2008 campaign. officials say that's not a focus of the investigation. he's a one-time board member of the charitable foundation set up by former president bill clinton. records show 120 donors contributed to the foundation and his campaign. investigators are looking at those overlaps and are especially interested in contributions from a chinese politician. contributions by foreign nationals are barred, but a spokesman for wang says he has personal u.s. resident status and his contributions were legal. an expert on campaign laws says the fbi may be looking at whether the money wang gave came
from a chinese-based company he runs, which would be illegal. the investigation was first reported by cnn. a lawyer for the campaign says he nor the governor have been contacted by the fbi, and, quote, contributions to the campaign from mr. wang were completely lawful. >> also, the lawyer says they know nothing about the investigation but they'll cooperate fully if asked to. >> pete, thank you. while hillary clinton tries to look ahead to november, bernie sanders is saying don't count him out yet. he opened up about the road ahead, including what he expects at the democratic national convention to nbc's kristen welker. good morning. >> matt, good morning to you. bernie sanders isn't backing down today, and he told me in our one-on-one interview, he's feeling confident about his chances here in must-win california. sanders insisted a prolonged democratic fight is good for democracy and resisted any suggestion he may be wounding
hillary clinton in a general election. >> reporter: bernie sanders rallying a crowd of more than 6,700 people in santa monica monday night. >> show the world you're ready for a political revolution! >> reporter: after our fiery one-on-one interview. >> we don't live in an aauthoritarian country. >> reporter: sanders struck a deal with the dnc to play a role in shaping the party's platform, and he is predicting the convention could be messy. >> the media often takes words out of context. the context of that was that democracy is messy. that people will have vigorous debate on the issues. >> will the convention will messy? >> well, of course it will be, but everything -- that's what democracy is about. >> reporter: and sanders balked at any suggestion he might be hurting hillary clinton's chances against donald trump. even as polls show her lead against the republican slipping. >> when you look at those numbers, how can you argue that this primary battle is not, in
some ways, hurting her in a general election, and hurting those numbers? >> i guess if we take your assumption, and clinton supporters' assumption, that that is the logical assumption, we should go back to a monarchy. >> reporter: what if sanders doesn't win? >> would you say you'll campaign for secretary clinton? >> right now, my focus is to win the democratic nomination. >> will you campaign -- >> at the end of the day -- excuse me. at the end of the day, we hope to win a majority of the pledged voters. >> reporter: insisting he has a path at victory, sanders also took a swipe at clinton for refusing to debate him in california. >> she is insulting the people in the largest state in our country, who have a right to hear a vigorous debate on her views. i am disappointed, though not surprised. >> reporter: sanders sidestepped a question about party loyalty. >> do you feel a sense of loyalty to the democratic party? what would you say to democrats?
>> i have a very strong sense that donald trump would be a disaster if he were elected president of the united states. >> for the democratic debate, the clinton campaign said they declined the offer to focus on campaigning in california and preparing for the general election. clinton and sanders will barn storm this state in the coming days. sanders vowing to rally as many as 200,000 people before the june 7th primary. matt and savannah? >> kristen welker, thank you. in other news this morning, several tornadoes touched down in texas and oklahoma overnight. the severe weather is far from over. al, once again, we're looking at this section of the country. >> could be lasting until almost the early part of the memorial day weekend. take a look at texas. you have a lot of hail. we had torrential downpours and a couple of tornadoes touching down. luckily, little damage. but this extended all the way up into the upper mississippi river valley. look what happened in minneapolis. all the waiting for
a concert, they had to evacuate while severe storms moved in. they eventually got back into the stadium. boy, what a mess it was there. of course, the beyhive was all on twitter about that. you can see more showers and thunderstorms from wichita, kansas city, cedar rapids. enhanced risks of storms to the west of oklahoma city. the tornado threat from western nebraska to west texas. tomorrow, it stretches from southern minnesota all the way to northern oklahoma. 11 million people at risk for damaging winds, hail and tornadoes. thursday, again, abilene up to oklahoma city, 25 million people at risk, guys. large hail, damaging winds and tornadoes. this could continue to track east into the memorial day weekend. guys? >> al, thank you very much. and bill cosby's sex assault scandal is back in the news this morning. the comedian headed to court in
pennsylvania for a key hearing. at issue, is there enough evidence to send the 78-year-old to trial for an alleged 2004 incident involving a temple university employee. msnbc's chief legal corresponde correspondent, ari, good morning. >> morning. >> a prosecutor reopened a criminal probe into this after portions of a deposition were released. what happens at this hearing today? >> today is the first time bill cosby ever faces any real evidence criminally of sex crimes he is accused of here in 2004. the prosecution will walk through its case, the entire burden is on the prosecution to show they have enough to go to trial. we're going to hear from the prosecutor. we might see paper evidence regarding any history of bill cosby. we might hear from the accuser herself. >> we understand there is a chance she can testify. it's a difficult decision for a
prosecutor, whether you want the complaining witness on the stand at this early part of the case. >> this is like a preseason or dry run. you do not convict a defendant, bill cosby, today. you need to prove to a judge you go to trial. if you bring on the accuser, the key witness in this case, you're previewing that for the later trial for the defense. >> even if the prosecution finds there isn't sufficient -- the judge says, there is insufficient evidence, the prosecutor can still go re-file these charges to a trial court. >> exactly right, matt, though i think we can all understand in a case like this, it would be a big blow if they don't clear the bar today. what they want to do is show they have more than enough evidence to get this to trial. that would be bill cosby then facing an accuser in a criminal context for the first time with his liberty at stake. >> thank you very much. president obama ramped up his criticism of vietnam's record on human rights. if came on day two of his three-day trip to the southeast
asian country. in a speech in hanoi, he pressed vietnam to allow greater freedom for all its citizens. >> so it is my view that upholding these rights is not a threat to stability but actually reinforces stability and is the foundation of progress. >> the president said nations are more successful when universal rights are upheld. now to the latest in the crash investigation of egyptair flight 804. egypt's aviation minister says they are still a long way from fighting the fuselage of that aircraft. he says search crews have only found small pieces of wreckage so far. the crash killed all 66 people on board the flight from paris to cairo last thursday. the french navy has sent a maritime surveillance ship to join the search. it's equipped with sonar that can pick up the underwater pings from the aircraft's black boxes. republicans and veterans are reacting after controversial comments made by veterans affairs secretary robert
mcdonald. he compared wait time for va health care to the hours people wait for rides at disney's theme parks. he argues people shouldn't view wait lines as a measure of success. what is important is s satisfaction with the experience. paul ryan called that flippant. he said, this is not make believe, mr. secretary. people died waiting in the lines. the v sarks saa said it would t responsibility seriously. in hawaii, investigators are trying to figure out what caused two small, separate plane crashes hours apart. here's miguel almaguer. >> reporter: a small, single engine plane was scattered in pieces near the airport in kawai. four victims dead at the scene. another person rushed to the hospital did not survive. the plane was carrying two sky dive instructors, two jumpers
and a pilot. smoke could be seen for miles as locals rushed to the scene. this morning, it's unclear why the cessna suddenly went down. >> the most tragic thing is the loss of life. people lost their life and, of course, we're hoping we can get as much information as we can to the families. >> reporter: two hours later, off the shore of aoahu, a plane plunged into the ocean with engine problems. the pilot and passenger, not seriously injured, rescued by scrambling life guards not far from honolulu. two small planes, two accidents, separated by two hours. this morning, the ntsb is investigating. for "today", miguel almaguer, nbc news. and we turn back now to mr. roker. i'm hoping for a good memorial day forecast. >> by the way, in case the beyhive is buzzing, it's
beyonce. i mispronounced it. my daughter legila said, don't make that mistake. >> this thing started buzzing well. >> like a bee. >> honey, i got it. as far as your weather today, showers here in the northeast. they're going to be pesky as the low pressure system moves away. morning fog in southern california, showers in the pacific northwest. eyes in the midsection of the plains, where we have that enhanced risk for severe weather. we'll get to your local forecast ♪ ♪ it's time to get seriously silly, people. ♪ join red nose day to do some serious good to help fight kids' poverty. ♪ it's simple: just get your red nose, only at walgreens, and get your silly on, seriously. time is running out. get your red nose today at walgreens.
good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. clouds thinning out, temperatures warming up. 80s for philadelphia, the further inland you go, the more likely you are to see sunshine. to the south, there's a good chance for scattered showers this morning and this afternoon for new jersey. storms possible at the shore, linwood and atlantic city see 70s this afternoon. clouds break in delaware, 81 this afternoon for wilmington. have a great day. >> that's your latest weather. savannah? >> al, thank you. coming up, professor jolie. her new role at a prestigious university. plus, with zika set to soon arrive in the u.s., how effective will your repellant be against mosquitos that carry that virus? the discouraging new report from consumer reports you'll want to hear. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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start every day with milk's protein and milk life. good morning, i'm vai sikahema. it's just before 7:30 this tuesday morning. let's look at the forecast with bill henley. >> some clouds in the area and some showers too, showers will not last all day, the clouds will thin out and we'll get some sunshine. numbers climbing into the 80s this afternoon with a chance of showers especially likely in new jersey and at the shore where it will be cooler as a result of the showers, 73 degrees this afternoon. >> let's check traffic with jessica boyington. where are you looking in. >> checking out an earlier
accident on 202 northbound before greentree drive. that scene is cleared out, but a bit of a delay. as we're looking at the schuylkill expressway sk, no bi problems, just normal delate. inbound, 24 minutes. westbound, 26 minutes. in chester county, an accident involving a police car. skyforce 10 over the scene at routes 202 and 926 in west chester. the police car collided with another vehicle. we learned medics took the officer driving the police car and the driver of the other car to the hospital. i'm vai sikahema. another update in 25 minutes. you can get the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 app. back to the "today" show.
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7:30 now on a tuesday morning. it's the 24th day of may, 2016. we have some showers here in the northeast. we'll say hi to the crowd in our next half hour. >> ponchos for every single one of them. good morning, everybody. the tsa is replacing the head of security, kelly hogan, who has been the focus of congressional inquiries into staffing levels and bonuses, being reassigned this morning. the move part of a series of shakeups at the tsa attempts to address the frustrations over the long screening lines. 10 million people across the midwest and the south are bracing for a new round of severe weather. several tornadoes touched down in oklahoma and texas with
severe weather stretching as far north as minnesota. and hillary clinton turned down an invitation to debate bernie sanders in california ahead of that state's primary june 7th. clinton said her time is best spent meeting voters and campaigning. sanders calling the decision insulting to the people of california. a new role for angelina jolie. she's been named a visiting professor at britain's london school of economics. how did that happen, and what will she be doing in her new post? kelly cobiella is there. good morning to you. >> this is one of the most respected schools in the world, matt. london school of economics produced world leaders, nobel prize winners and billionaires. mick jagger went here before becoming a star rock. now, they're adding even more star status. >> reporter: she's been called the world's most beautiful woman. the sexiest woman alive. one of the most influential and
powerful women in entertainment. now, angelina jolie is taking her red carpet glamour to a london lecture hall. tapping into her experience with refuge refugees. >> never before have so many people been stripped of their basic human rights. >> reporter: for a new role as professor. the oscar-winning actress leading a masters class on women's peace and security this fall. the topic she explored in her directorial debut in the bosnian war, in the land of milk and honey. it's vital we broaden the discussions on how to advance women's rights, jolie said. i'm looking forward to teaching and learning from the students. at the london school of economics -- >> there is a lot of buzz already. >> it'll be a weird class, standing be with angelina jolie. if it was me, i couldn't focus. >> she's a celebrity, but let's see what she can offer us.
>> reporter: she's done a lot. a u.n. special ensvoenvoy, humanitarian, even honored by the queen. not everyone is ready for professor jolie. completely inappropriate, said one. a joke, said another. and you have to be kidding me. are they going to ask george clooney to give a course on big money in politics next? they just might invite his wife, human rights lawyer amal clooney, known as professor clooney at the law school in new york. >> amal clooney was a guest lecturer this spring. angelina jolie's job, unpaid by the way, will be conducting lectures and workshops. students said they're already rethinking their fall classes. back to you. >> kelly cobiella, thank you very much. >> matt signed up to audit the class. >> see what happens. at home, a new report
accusing the nfl of a campaign to sway government research on football and brain disease. craig melvin has this mornstory >> the attempt to influence funding decisions at the national institute of health. >> reporter: harsh words aimed after the efforts to research and curb concussions. our investigation has shown while the nfl had been publicly proclaiming its role as accelerator of ruesearch, it wa trying to influence the research. nfl said it rejected the allegations. in 2012, the nfl gave $30 million to the national institutes of health. it was billed as the largest fill
fill thropic act by the league. democratic members said the nfl attempted to use its unrestricted gift as leverage to steer funding away from one of its critics. now, taxpayers are footing the bill for the concussion research instead of the nfl. the league admitted a link between the brain disorder c.t.e. and repeated head trauma in a march congressional meeting. >> mr. miller, do you think there is a link between fastball a -- football and brain disease? >> there were a number of players diagnosed, so the answer to the question is yes. but there are a number of questions that come with that. >> reporter: days later, roger goodell was asked about these connections. >> the most important thing for us is to support the medical and scientists, to determine what the connections are. >> reporter: in 2013, brett favre opened up to matt about the symptoms he experienced
after 525 sacks over his 20-year career. >> you have no doubt this is a result of all those hits? >> i can't say for certain, matt. i mean, i would assume so, and most people would assume. i've got to believe that after 20 years, if you go back, i played four years in college, every game, and then high school, the toll has got to be pretty high. >> new jersey congressman, who authored the report, tells us in a statement, in part, kwoequotee nfl's troublesome interactions with the inh is a long-standing pattern of attempts to influence scientific understanding of degenerative diseases and sports-related head trauma. this is as you probably know, just the beginning. >> craig, thank you. let us get another check of the weather now from mr. roker. >> okay. i thought -- >> do you know another mr. roker? >> i thought there was a today's weather is sponsored by. okay. a little game here.
cooler or warmer. we're looking for a warmup. it's been cool here. for example, new york city, this month, it's been about 6 degrees below average. into the weekend, will it be cooler or warmer? >> cooler. >> cooler. >> warmer. >> let's find out. it's going to be warmer. look at that. temperatures getting into the mid 80s. let's go to washington, d.c. it's been 9 degrees below average. do you think it'll be cooler or warmer this weekend? >> warmer. >> let's find out. hold on, boom. come on. bam, it'll be warmer. finally, the windy city, chicago. it has been so cool there. in fact, for the month, they have seen temperatures 5 degrees below normal. cooler or warmer. >> boom, come on. there you go, it's going to be warmer. see that? look how far this warmth is going to spread. throughout the northeast and, really, to the midwest, temperatures warm up into the 80s as we get into the memorial
day weekend. finally. boy, you can tell we don't rehearse, right? that's wha good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. clouds are thinning out. temperatures are warming up. 80s for philadelphia, the suburbs and lehigh valley. to the south, there's still a good chance of scattered showers this morning and this afternoon for new jersey. storms possible at the shore. linwood and atlantic city seeing 70s this afternoon. clouds break in delaware, 81 degrees this afternoon for wilmington. have a great day. >> oh, i'm sorry. back to you guys. >> thank you, al. coming up, how well the popular repellants work a again mosquitos carrying zika. the alarming new findings from consumer report, after these messages.
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we're back at 7:43 with the growing danger from zika. as we head into this weekend's unofficial start of summer. >> this morning, new questions about the level of protection that popular mosquito repellants provide your family. nbc's tom costello has results of a new consumer report's testing. good morning to you. >> good morning. the bottom line here is many of the most popular repellants provided an hour of protection,
even less. that's a concern with zika potentially arriving in the united states this coming season. many of us headed to the beach, backyards and backwoods. >> reporter: the warning this morning from health experts, mosquitos potentially carrying the zika virus could be months or weeks away from spreading on the u.s. mainland. >> they can complete development in as little as a bottle cap full of water. i've raised 250 mosquitos in this frisbee. >> reporter: bug expert michael roth says the mosquitos could appear across florida, the gulf coast, even into the american heartland. >> this is a problem we must face. puerto rico is already having the significant problem. >> reporter: advice from the experts, especially for women who are or could become pregnant, cover up and wear repellant. 16 popular repellants were put to the test. while many ward off ticks, more than 1/3 of the brands tested
lasted only an hour or less against mosquitos that could spread zika. 4 provided just a half hour of protection, on average. plant-based bug sprays whole appeal make them popular with pregnant women were not as effect effective. >> the oil of lemon eucalyptus would be the best choice. >> reporter: the most effective repellants included insect wilderness formulas. experts recommend 15% to 30% depp in any repellant, a level safe for pregnant women. >> dump the wheelbarrel. clean the birdbath. get up and drain that. >> drain it all, he says. we reached out to a number of companies whose repellants didn't perform one.
one got back to us and said it's not registered with the epa as trying to be an effective guard or -- not a vaccine -- but effective treatment against the zika-carrying mosquitos. the bottom line is get rid of standing water in your yard and look for your community to do spraying. back to you. >> tom, thank you very much. ahead, how madonna is responding to critics of her prince tribute. and say it ain't so. why the great post-it war that captivated social media might be coming to an what makes a lipton meal? well, first you start with this. then add this. and this face... wait, we can do better. yeah... that's the one. and of course fresh brewed lipton iced tea. because it goes great with this. woops, more of these. and definitely more of this. ah, that can wait. but not you buddy. huh what's this? ah... i like it. what makes a lipton meal? what you bring to it. and the bright refreshing taste of lipton iced tea. lipton. be more tea.
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monster and kermit, the simps simpsons, even trump. one of the building's landlords said the notes must come down by the end of the month. late last night, the people put together their grand finale, which spans the eight floors of their office. what better way to go out than with -- drum roll, please -- dropping the mic. their neighbors will be seeing this creation for the first time this morning. we'll have to wait and see if they'll fire back before the war officially ends in one week. see the hand and the mic? >> awesome. >> this was a team building exercise. we should try it. >> amazing. >> i'm sure productivity has been down. >> what'd you do at work today? >> decorated a window. >> we're $1 million over on the paper budget today, guys. >> exactly. sheinelle, thank you. coming up, are you struggling to get on board with the cry it out method to get baby to hmmmmmm.....
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good morning, i'm vai sikahema, just before 8:00 a.m. let's get our forecast from first alert meteorologist bill henley. >> rainy start at the show, but right now cape may is clearing out. a chance of spotty showers later this afternoon at the shore, inland seeing a few spots moving through. the temperatures now in the 50s. we're headed for the 80s this afternoon with sunshine. turning warmer before the end of the week. we'll be in the 90s. vai? >> let's check the roads with first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington. are you looking at 95? >> we were looking at 95, delays there. the blue route stacked northbound and southbound
22-minute drive time to route 1. average speeds 12 miles per hour. following a developing story in northeast philadelphia, a hit and run that left one person dead. nbc 10 was at the scene at cottman and bustleton avenues. the driver of this lexus drove on to the sidewalk, slammed into a septa bus shelter. the impact threw the shelter and the man about 100 feet. the man was killed. police are looking for the driver who took off running. police investigating a pair of shootings in overbrook last night. one man was found in a shopping center, another at a restaurant two blocks away. police believe the shootings are related. >> i'm vai sikahema, another update in 25 minutes. we'll send you back to the "today" show. we'll see you in a half hour.
it's 8:00 on "today". coming up, let them cry? when it comes to getting babies to sleep, do you let them cry it out or run to the rescue? new information out this morning that could be the key to a better night's sleep for the whole family. plus, think breakfast is the most important meal of the day? think again. why that advice from moms may not be true after all. ♪ we're cool for the summer and beat the heat. with the warm weather approaching, we have the best new gadgets and tips to keep your pets safe this summer. today, tuesday, may 24th, 2016. >> we came all the way from
arkansas. hey, mom and dad! >> all the way from california. we love "today". >> it's my 31st birthday. hello to our twins at home. >> just graduated! hey, everybody. it's 8:00. welcome back to "today" on a rainy plaza. we are so excited this morning because we have someone very special on our plaza this morning. can we introduce everybody to chippy, who is 101 years old? >> here i am. >> you look fantastic, chippy. >> i can't believe you're 101 years old. >> got his own hair!
>> and your own teeth. >> you know what that denotes? i took care of myself. that is a good example to you young people. do things in moderation, and you know what? that means you go half way and then you have the other half to live. >> all right, chippy. >> would you like to come inside this morning? get out of the rain? >> we're going to bring chippy inside. >> family members are going, say yes. >> when a 101-year-old guy calls me a young sir, i feel good. >> little more time with chippy this morning. coming up also, the hottest summer style trends are flying off the shelves. we'll show you how to pull it off at any age. first, a check of the morning's top stories. tamron is in for natalie.
>> good morning. a shakeup is underway at the tsa as a record number of travelers put a strain on airport security. the agency is facing a backlash over the long screening lines. its head of security, kelly hogan, was forced out monday after he became the focus of congressional inquiry. homeland security and the tsa are also promising to add more than 300 extra officers to chicago airport, where passengers have faced some of the worst delays. in the race for president, donald trump is escalating his attacks on former president bill clinton. trump posted a video on instagram showing clinton and the white house and featuring the voice of monica lewinsky. on monday, trump told bill o'reilly the clintons are, quote, dirty players and i have to fight back the way i have to fight back. the meanwhile, the clinton campaign is releasing a new video that highlights trump's comments from 2006 when he said he could make a lot of money if the housing bubble burst. bernie sanders says hillary
clinton's decision to skip a california debate is an insult to the nation's largest state. in an interview that aired earlier on "today", sanders swatted down the notion that he's hurting clinton's chances if she has to face donald trump in the fall. >> if we take your assumption, and clinton supporters assumptions of a logical conclusion, we should go back to a monarchy and not have any elections at all. >> sanders vowed to stay in the race and vowed the party's convention would be messy. he said that's what democracy is all about. officials are investigating a wave of threats received by schools in at least 17 states monday. the anonymous phone calls appeared to be computer generated. some mentioned bombs. they triggered lockdowns, evacuations and searchers at middle and high schools nationwide. there's no word of anything suspicious being found. and one of the more amusing traditions at the u.s. naval
academy. hundreds tackling a final freshman year challenge. they formed a human pyramid to scale this historic monument. it is first covered in grease. the goal is to replace the hat. the class did better than average. 1 hour and 12 minutes. little factoid of the day i learned, the longest it took? >> two days. >> four hours. the record, 20 minutes. >> wow. >> how long would it take us? >> a long time. >> days. >> a long time. >> chippy could help us. >> that's our ringer. >> tamron, thank you. a lot of doctors recommend it, but letting babies cry themselves to sleep can obviously be rough on the parents. up next, a new study that could help you get on board. and why you should probably forget what you've heard about starting your day with a well-balanced breakfast. and a day after his
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all right. we're back with chippy and his family. chippy is celebrating his 101st birthday with us today. he has the hand signals to prove it. >> amazing. >> 18 grandchildren, 22 great grandchildren. >> awesome. >> wow. >> get him on a smucker's jar. let's talk about a study that could have parents of little ones resting easier. >> sheinelle is following this one, a parent herself. >> your baby is crying and crying and can't fall asleep. do you let her cry it out or run and pick her up?
there's new science to considering getting the great baby to sleep debate. >> reporter: when it comes to getting their bundles to bed, many americans struggle with the age old question, to cry or not to cry? researchers in australia studied infants ages six months through 16 months. the babies whose parents allowed them to cry it out fell asleep on average 13 minutes sooner and woke up less often during the night than parents who didn't let babies cry it out. stress tests showed letting them cry had no long-term effects. >> what we know is that when babies are given opportunities to self soothe, they learn how to stay asleep, not be awake as much. so the great news is, babies aren't stressed. moms are less stressed. babies sleep a little bit better. >> reporter: the american academy of pediatrics also supports crying it out. they say, letting a baby cry for five to ten minutes after progressively longer intervals often can help a baby learn to fall asleep on her own within a
few nights. >> baby! >> reporter: it worked for new mom genevieve allen. >> she was waking up every two hours. >> reporter: she and her husband john say it wasn't easy with their little bundle of crying joy, beatrice. >> we finally did cry it out at eight months, and it took us over the finish line. it really solved our problems. beatrice sleeps now, which is amazing. >> reporter: if you can't stomach the crying, researchers found parents who delayed bedtime each night were about as effective. babies fell asleep almost as fast, but the trade off, they would wake up more often than if you let them cry it out. whichever sleep strategy you use, pediatricians acknowledge letting babies cry is tough. we're hard wired to pick up a crying baby. >> parents feel it's never the right thing, and that's okay, too. either way we do this, we can create great bonds with our babies and great sleepers. we do know that letting babies learn to self soothe, they will likely have less awakenings
earlier in their life. experts say whatever you choose, the most important thing is to be consistent. routine is far more important than the method. if you're concerned about your baby's sleep challenges, talk with your doctor. by the way, we asked parents to weigh in on the website. 58% said the cry it out method worked for them. 14% said they tried it and it didn't work. 28% -- i think i'm in that category -- tried it and couldn't go through with it. >> what are you doing? >> a version of that. kind of. >> that's the problem right there. >> the spoil method? >> capitulate. no, no. we have let her cry it out a little bit, and it works. she's a great sleeper and sleeps through the night. sometimes she cries and we go in there and get her. it's hard. >> good luck. >> all good. now to stories that are trending today. how many times have we heard this expression? breakfast is the most important meal of the day. check out the most viewed story on the website of the "new york
times" this morning. headlines, sorry, there's nothing magical about breakfast. a pediatric professor says the studies finding the importance of breakfast are something of a mess. he argues there are flaws in the research that suggests skipping breakfast would make you obese. by the way, many of the pro-breakfast studies are funded by -- wait for it -- breakfast food companies. >> whoops. >> his conclusion is, breakfast has no mystical powers. >> it's still a good meal. i feel better if i have a good breakfast. >> me, too. >> especially on the weekends. it's my splurge breakfast. >> warms you up. >> some people feel they don't need it. this researcher says, basically, if you don't like to eat breakfast, you're fine. >> no more breakfast shaming. >> true. al, if i've told you once, i've told you a thousand times, what don't you do on a golf course? >> don't stand in front of a golfer. >> even if video taping said golfer, do not do it. >> never.
>> a guy taking a video of a golfer. this is a pro, takes a swing and guy has it covered. the camera there. >> oh! >> right in the chest. >> could have gone lower. >> could have gone lower, no question. anyway, he seemed to not be worse for the wear and tear. good thing is he will get to see that over and over again. now to the wife that waited years to have a little fun at her husband's expense. during the marriage, the husband often accused the wife of being bad at parking. last week, he was the one who accidentally steered their car into a sink hole in washington state. there's only one thing to do when that happens. post the photo on facebook. along with a snarky caption. and he complains about my parking. on facebook, this message has been shared thousands of times.
no fury like a woman whose parking has been scorned. >> healthy marriage. madonna responding to critics of the prince tribute, and justin bieber takes on the fake smiles of hollywood. madonna hitting back at the haters of her prince tribute. we showed you this on monday. madonna teaming with stevie wonder at the billboard awards. reviews weren't kind. some called the performance awesome. madonna had this message for critics. quote, deal with it. in a second post, she added, anyone who wants to do a tribute to prince is welcome to. whatever your age, gender or skin color. if you loved him and he inspired you, then show it. i love prince forever. next to justin bieber, who also performed at the billboard awards and took home two tro trophies. doesn't mean he likes award shows. he post thd ed this image with
crumbling church. these award shows seem hallow. is it really rewarding? when i look at the audience, i see a bunch of fake smiles. justin added, i am privileged and honored to be recognized by peers, but in these settings, there is often authenticity missing that i crave. finally, if you find the wrong name written on your starbucks cup this morning, you know you're in good company. helen hunt recently visited a starbucks and gave her order, asked if the brarista needed he name. she said, no, we don't get your name. jody. both are blond. the mixup, maybe understandable. hope her drink was yummy. >> i got one the other day and it said denzel. >> we gotcha. >> remember when you and i went to that charity event. some guy looks at al and goes,
willie! let's g -- willard! >> let's get a check of the weather. >> announcer: brought to you by "alice through the looking glass," in theaters on friday. >> it was a bald, fat weather guy. has to be the same guy. big, low pressure system. it's spinning off the northeast coast, bringing showers in here. they'll pinwheel around for the next 12 hours and eventually taper off and get the heck out of here. that will begin our redemption of weather as we head to the memorial day weekend. rest of the country, the eastern half of the u.s. looking pretty good. we have the risk of strong storms from texas up to the southern plains. morning fog continuing in southern california.
i'm meteorologist bill henley. clouds are thinning out, temperatures warming up. 80s for philadelphia, the suburbs and the lehigh valley. farther inland you go, the more likely you'll see sunshine. still chance for scattered showers this morning and this afternoon for new jersey. storms possible at the shore this afternoon. while clouds break in delaware. 81 degrees this afternoon for wilmington. have a great day. >> that's your latest weather. >> announcer: the new middle age is brought to you by aarp. real possibilities. now to our special series we're calling the new middle age. >> as we get older, it's easy to let family and professional obligations get in the way of friendships. we've all been guilty of that. joan lunden is here to show us why it doesn't have to be the case. good morning. good to see you. >> good morning. so the question is, how important is it to have close friends as we deal with the
anxiety that often comes with aging? i brought one of my closest friends along on an experiment that definitely put our friendship to the test. >> reporter: walking into a lab at the university of virginia, my friend louise and i are a little nervous. today, we are research subjects for neuroscientist james. >> tell us what we're in for. >> what we're going to do is we're going to put louise into the scanner to monitor the movement of blood through her brain. we're interested in how people regulate their anxiety. how people deal with their anxiety. to do that, of course, we have to create anxiety. >> reporter: the team straps electrodes on to louise's ankles. >> you'll see two symbols. one is a blue circle and one is a red x. when you see an x, there is a 20% chance you'll receive an electric shock on your ankle. we're creating this uncertainty. we do that because we're trying
to create the kind of anxiety we experience in actual life. we're never really sure whether something is going to happen or not. >> reporter: her anticipatory anxiety will be measured while she experiences the shock alone, holding my hand and holding the hand of a stranger. >> i think of joan when anything comes up. >> reporter: my daughter lindsey met her son evan 15 years ago, and now we share a granddaughter. it's a close bond, one that researchers say could add years to our lives. >> mid-life friendships are the key to thriving. it's a secret that no one talks about. >> reporter: for her new book "life reimagined," the science, art and opportunity of midlife, barbara bradley haggerty interviewed hundreds of experts. >> a large network of friends, people live longer, less likely to have a heart attack, more likely to keep memory in tact. >> reporter: lack of social
connections can cause as much harm as smoking 15 cigarettes a day. the health risks outweigh obesity. middle-aged americans are only becoming more isolated. in 2013, 45 to 64-year-olds were 29% more likely to live alone than they were ten years earlier. >> with each year, social isolation takes on increased urgency, as really a public health issue. >> so what actually happens in the experiment when you have somebody that's meaningful to the person hold their hand? >> what actually happens is you see regions of the brain that are associated with everything from how we regulate our own emotions to how we sense the state of our body. it's quieted down as a result of the touch. >> you did great. >> did you notice a difference, being alone versus being with somebody? >> oh, yeah. well, as soon as joan walked in
and she grabbed my hand, i felt that emotional attachment, like she had my back. >> did you feel i was like, i gotcha, baby. i gotcha. you felt that? >> totally. but when the stranger, whoever that was, the unknown person was in, i honestly felt like i could have been holding on to anything. it wasn't that same human touch, as when joan was in there. >> reporter: for louise's actual results, the areas in red represent regions in the brain where blood was flowing during the threat. there was lots of red when she was alone. slightly reduced with the stranger. when i was holding her hand, gone. >> we're seeing how you, joan, take on part of the regulatory job of her emotional state. >> yeah. >> but there's so much more going on than that. when you have these relationships, you literally think differently. you perceive the world differently. when you're embedded within that
supportive social network. >> reporter: proof is sharing your burden with friends really does lighten your load. >> i'm glad it's over though. >> next time, let's do something a little more fun. >> the electric shock wasn't fun? >> we should note that quality relationships are just as important for men as they are for women. it's kind of like an investment that we should all make in our happiness and our health. isn't that amazing? >> i call it the joan factor. >> very cool stuff. >> we don't think about it as being so important to our health. when all the blood is going to your brain, it's not growing hair. >> why would you do that, look at me? >> right there. >> you could have looked over there, too. wow. >> hi, al. >> hello. >> this went south very quickly. tank thank y
just within the last few minutes, sky force 10 was over a three-car accident. this is the oxford circle section of philadelphia at roosevelt boulevard. medics are on the scene here. there are reports of injuries. there are also traffic problems as you can imagine. let's get a check from jessica boyington. >> again, we are watching the boulevard right now in the oxford circle section of philadelphia. all lanes are blocked right now. just a few moments ago, maybe 15 minutes ago above this scene. we have fire crews on the scene, police officers there. an overturned vehicle pretty active in the center of that as
well. the boulevard northbound around devereaux avenue is where that is. your best bet to get by, take frankfurt avenue. otherwise, you'll be stuck in delays headed northbound approaching the scene. >> let's get our forecast now. >> temperatures are climbing with sunshine. i'm still tracking a few spotty showers. you can see them in northeastern maryland and delaware. another round of showers moving in from the north. those will push into central new jersey. most likely you'll see them at the shore. now into the 60s in philadelphia. we'll make it into the low 80s this afternoon. bill, thank you. i'm vai sikahema. we'll have another update for you in 25 minutes. you can get the latest news and weather with the nbc10 app. we'll see you at the top of the hour.
we're back now at 8:30 on this tuesday morning. curious george this morning. we'll talk about that in a second. you like great music? >> of course. >> this friday, we have dierks bentley out on the plaza. >> huba, huba. >> memorial day, we have fifth harmony on the plaza, as well. two great concerts in a couple days. >> exciting. >> huba, huba. coming up, will arnett is here, tangoing with the teenage mutant ninja turtles for a second time.
from the mom jean to the pajama shirt, we'll show you how to wear the hottest trends this season. speaking of, the new innovations that'll keep your dogs cool and happy in the summer months. we are on the hunt for the next social media superstar. if you're at home and think you have what it takes to be youtube's next beauty blogger, vine comedian or instagram fitness guru, we want to hear from you. today.com. check out the rules and restrictions. the deadline for submissions is on friday. >> this is a big umbrella. >> as we head to al, start the chant of, put it on. we want to see him wearing this hat. take a look. >> not this hat. that hat. the man in the yellow hat. we are so happy to have curious george here. it's his 75th birthday.
the first book was written in 1941. george is giving away copies of the original book and stuffed animals to our fans. we also want to tell you, all nine seasons of the "curious george" series, streaming on hulu. in fact, matt had a starring role in the curious george movie back in 2009, as the voice of tv anchor, hark hanson. by the way, nbc universal owns the right to curious george and is a part owner of hulu. >> come here, al. >> look at that. look at that. good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. clouds are thinning out, temperatures warming up. 80s for philadelphia, the suburbs and the lehigh valley. while to the south, there's still a pretty good chance of
scattered showers this morning and this afternoon for new jersey. storms possible at the shore. clouds break in delaware, 81 degrees this afternoon for wilmington. have a great day. >> george, don't forget, you can always get your weather any time you need it. weather channel onhannel on cab. weather.com online. mr. lawyuer? >> thank you, al. will arnett is reprising his role as vernon fenwick in the teenage mutant ninja turtle sequel. >> they're breaking into headquarters. >> as the new guy in this band of misfits, do yourself a favor and just roll with it. >> i've been rolling with it since you were wearing baby t-shirts because you were a baby. >> police headquarters, 30 minutes. >> see you there. >> sia there.
>> he jusee you there. >> he just said that. >> nice. >> you can't see the socks. >> that's your classic look. >> i have to own it. >> i like it. >> it's partially a fashion choice, and partially, i run hot. >> you do? >> yeah. >> best way to cool down. >> yeah. >> embarrassment of riches for you right now. when you think about it, you have this movie, the mutant ninja turtles, which we'll talk about now. >> yeah. >> when we last met these characters, the shredder was trying to destroy new york. what's the deal? what's happening now? >> shredder tried to destroy new york. the turtles save the city. we pick up and my character has taken credit for saving the city because the turtles can't. because they're turtles, matt. you see me, i'm at msg with a victoria's secret model. you know, i'm given the key to the city. ultimately, it's all about them being able to come forward and
be who they want to be. >> you know what's fun about these guys? they have fans that span different generations. >> yeah. it's amazing. there's like an evergreen quality to them. when you say the name, teenage mutant ninja turtles, it makes you smile. they're goofy. a lot of the superhero movies are so serious. they take themselves serious, the music and everything. these guys are fun. >> you're also working on a movie that comes out next year. this is the sequel to the "lego" movie. >> yeah. >> this time, it's all about your character. >> yeah. i feel like we tapped into something kind of fun on the "lego movie" with batman. i was able to take an iconic character and mess with everything we know about batman. now, we decided to find out why batman is so depressed, really. >> what's his problem? >> his parents were killed in front of him. apart from that, what's his problem? >> do your kids think you're the
coolest dad in the world, between these two roles? >> not enough. i don't get enough. every day, i'm like guys, showing them clips and they're like whatever. >> do you ever use the batman voice at home, just to get their attention? >> i do. >> do it. >> i don't yell. i'll come in and say, you turn that ipad off right now. they'll be like, oh, my gosh. i feel badly because it's scary. >> they do have a cool dad. speaking of cool things, your show is picked up for the second season. >> yeah. we just started writing on netflix, and they've been kind enough to order more episodes. my partner and i started writing the second season. >> you were here not long ago, and we were talking about this show. you play a character that has a bit of an issue with drinking. >> yeah. >> you have shared not long ago that you are also struggling with sobriety, as well. >> yes. >> did you hear from fans? >> i lot. >> like what? >> a lot of people reached out and said, you know, when it was
just -- in reaction to the show coming out, and then i gave a candid interview where i talked about when i was making the show, i had my own struggles after many years. part of it was delving into my own issues while writing and while shooting. it was kind of life imitating art imitating life. a lot of fans reached out and said, thank you for sharing your experience. it's a very authentic depiction of what it's like to go through it. i kind of got into it with a few critics who said, i have no problem with people saying i don't like the show. i don't identify with it. people were calling me out saying, this is not an accurate depiction of sobriety. i said, man, this is happening in real time. i'm writing it as it's happening. for me, it's gratifying. wasn't what i set out to do. i'm not trying to say anything new, and i'm not trying to teach anybody a lesson. you know, i had -- the other day i was at a restaurant in new york city. i'll tell you this real quick. i was leaving with my friends. a guy was a waiter and came out
and said to me, i got 90 days. i watched your show and it spoke to me. he said, sorry to bother you. i said, bother me? you made my millennium. >> you're doing good. >> gratifying. >> good to see you. >> you, too. >> thanks, will. "teenage mutant ninja turtles: out of the shadows" is out june 3rd. coming up, the trends you can rock at any age. first, this is "today" on nbc. ♪ hey!
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what's your advice to folks if they like something they see but aren't sure? >> it's a misconception, that trends have an age limit. you can wear any trend, 20, 40, 60 years old, as long as you wear it in the right way. >> our first trend, and i did a double take, mom jeans. >> it's back. the reason why? it's super flattering and works for any age. rocking it with this huge, lady-like top. it's a more modern, elegant way to do it. the key here is have mom jeans rest on the natural waist. >> has to be the high waist. >> yes. >> and emily is rocking nit a downtown, hipster way with a necktie. tying the shirt so you show the waist. the way of wearing the jeans is a little shorter. >> i remember it with a boot cut thing. >> we're staying away from that.
>> thank you so much. >> we have adrian and vicki coming out with the bare shoulder look. we've been seeing this a lot. >> the shoulder definitely the erogenous zone of the season. the beauty of it, your shoulders look good whatever age you are. the one place most of us don't put weight on. we have these wonderful looks here. this skirt i put with the perfect, any summer occasion look here. then we've done it in a downtown, cool way. unexpected here. this shirt is from zara for $40. >> very, very cute. the best thing, you can still wear a bra. at a certain age, it's very important. >> exactly. >> the next trend is pajama shirts. hi, ladies. >> one of the biggest trends on the runway. we're seeing slip dresses, pajama sets.
it can be extreme. we've taken the pajama top. this is a topshop version of it. styled in two ways. one, equally elegant skirt. the tank top underneath because it is silk and you want to smooth out lumps and bumps. she's wearing it as more of a blazer look, in a nautical way. then we've taken it to matchy, but it doesn't look like she's rolled out of bed. it's tailored and structured. both have the box bag, which is a big trend this season. >> one more trend. track pants. trackies as we call them. >> elevated. not for the gym. for that reason, we've styled gina in a way that's anything than for the gym. crisp shirt, great heels along with these awesome pants. it's a classical look with a twist. >> then a more athletic look on the other model. >> still street wear. she has two of the key looks. the jacket, ultimate layering
piece, and the shoe that doesn't mean running shoe but it's fashion and selling out. >> if you want to elevate the look, don't wear the sneakers you run in. wear your fancy sneakers. >> exactly. >> ladies, thank you so much. if you want more, including all the complete looks, head to today.com/style. good job. thank you. up next, natalie hangs ten with legendary surfer kelly slater and checks out his new machine that makes perfect waves. first, this is "today" on nbc.
we're back at 8:46. kelly slater chased the perfect wave his entire life. >> now, he's helped to develop something that could end that pursuit and revolutionize his sport. natalie got a first-hand look. natalie, i'm so jealous. this looks so cool. >> you should be jealous. should have been there, matt. we were the first broadcast team to check out, up close, what the
kelly slater wave company has built here in california. people have been trying for at least 40 years to make a wave that's as good as surfing in the ocean. no one has come close until now. >> reporter: the perfect wave for pro surfers like kelly slater, that means a powerful wall and a precise, barrelling tube that goes on and on and on. >> the vision for me was to just make the best quality wave you could possibly make by man. >> reporter: that's exactly what kelly and his team have pibuilt here. this is no tropical paradise. it is a former water skiing lake in the middle of california's farm belt. when the first images hit the internet back in december, they sent shock waves through the surfing world. >> i probably watched it about 2,000 times. just to make sure it was real. >> do you worry at all that something like this is not going to give you that real-life experience?
>> nothing replaces the ocean, you know. we live our lives traveling and following seasons. this is never going to be intended to try and replace surfing in the ocean. it's a supplement. >> reporter: and a massive adrenaline rush. at the touch of a button. >> most waves might last about ten seconds for a pro surfer like kelly. but here, you get about 50 seconds of the perfect wave, for almost six football lengths. that's incredible. whoo! >> reporter: as fun as it is to ride, this technology is also about to change the sport. starting with the professional world tour. >> it is a fabulous, powerful wave that has a tremendous energy. we believe that in the short term, we'll be seeing new events this way. >> reporter: pro surfing is banking on its success. the surfing top executives say they've acquired the kelly slater wave company for an
undisclosed sum. >> you'll see this in a number of places. it's a game changer for all of us. >> reporter: the ability to create a stadium for surfing and schedule a contest without being at the mercy of the ocean may also play a role in whether surfing will be picked as an olympic sport. >> there is a conversation about man made wave, supplementing what they need for the olympics. whether this is it or not? i don't know. it'd be great if it was. >> reporter: in the meantime, kelly says he loves sharing the thrill from his friends. from champion pros like stephanie gilmore to novices like me. luckily, they can dial down the waves to make it beginner friendly. >> yes! all the way, baby! whoo. >> with surfing, you're traveling around the world looking for a perfect wave. looking for a fun time, good experience with your friends,
that kind of thing, meeting people. you know, here, that sort of happens. it's a total playground for people who love surfing. >> kelly told me this wave took more than ten years to design and build with a team of scientists who are experts in fluid dynamics. he say s it is a prototype now. they haven't talked about when or where the next ones will be built. matt, i'm sure you want one in your backyard. >> it's the cooler thing. it's perfect. >> amazing. >> i can see the x games can something like that. >> yeah. >> amazing. >> they got your bay watch shot right there. you look so good. i'm so proud. >> that's impressive. >> with a little help by kelly. thanks to his team. they were amazing. it was a fun day. >> well done. good for you. natalie, thank you. up next, we're going to the dogs with some gadgets to keep your pets safe this summer. first, this is "today" on nbc.
we're back at 8:52. we've got a little cuteness overload here in our studio this morning. >> dogs everywhere. they're testing out some of the latest and greatest pet gadgets for summer. animal planet's pet expert andrea is here. >> good morning. >> these aren't just ordinary dogs, these are dogs that are famous on the internet. >> yeah, these are very, very famous dogs. some have as much as 1.7 million
followers. >> oh, my gosh. >> more than me and savannah combined. >> true. >> let's start with chase. what is chase showing us? >> how important it is to provide your pet with a safety tool when they travel with you in the car. this is from solve it. it hooks into the seat belt. you need to keep in mind, as cute as it is to see dogs with faces out the window when you're traveling in the car, it's really not safe. not safe for you because they can distract you, and not safe for the dog because if you do a shortstop, they can be hurt. >> who is this? >> evevine. you can get a leash with an umbrella attached, hopefully to encourage them to do their business outside. >> check out king bentley. >> you're going to hold that? >> can i give you to someone? >> king bentley is wearing the
bug blocker. he looks like he's one of the ghostbusters. the purpose of it is to protect your pets from mosquitos, horseflies, ticks, and also it provides 40% uv protection, which is important. >> is it hard to get him in the outfit? >> it wasn't, actually. no. >> looks good. >> seems fine with it. >> sheinelle has chloe. >> with the goggles. >> we're inside so we she doesn't have them down. these are intended to protect your pets from the sun. it is for dogs that are more sensitive, might have an eye problem. or dogs that spend a lot of time outside. they can be susceptible to eye problems caused by sun exposure, just like us. >> this is mochie. this is a really good product if you want to travel with your pet and want to bring some of the water and food. it has two separate containers. it also has a little bowl that hooks on to this. you can serve them when you're
making a stop on the road. >> that would work for toddlers, too, just saying. >> it would. >> just saying. this is tuna. >> this is tuna melts my heart. 1.7 million followers. could never reach that myself. tuna shows how important it is for sunscreen. don't use a sunscreen made for people. tuna has really fair and light skin and fur coverage. you might want to use something like the wipe. wipe it over their coat. or there is a spray. if you use the spray, don't get it in their eyes. >> good. >> this is riley. riley is adorable. riley is here to talk about how important it is to make sure that you have something with you when you travel with your pets that you can keep them clean. this is a portable shower. you just attach it to any bottle and tip it upside down. if you squeeze it -- sorry, riley -- the water comes out.
if you have a bottle that's two liters, it'll last for a minute shower. >> few seconds left. who is in the pool? >> we have chloe kardogian. >> seriously? >> yeah. >> this is a pool float and lounger. chloe likes to lounge on cushions, whether they're in the water or not. this is a great product. >> thank you so much. >> thank you. >> thanks to all our good tuesday morning. let's get the forecast from meteorologist bill henley. looks like sunshine, bill. >> we're seeing a lot of sunshine, so the temperatures are really coming up. look at the sunshine and a few scattered clouds. 69 by 11:00. into the upper 70s by 2 kr:00 t
afternoon. there's still a chance of some showers. and possibly a thunderstorm. but most the rest of the area, mainly dry and warming to near 80 degrees this afternoon. let's check the roads. jessica boyington has a look at that. >> we're still watching the oxford circle section of the city here. accident, overturned vehicle involved on the boulevard headed northbound. just an update, the inner drive is closed and one lane is open in the outer drive. another one on the pa turnpike headed southbound. it's causing some delays. breaking news we're following this norng. nbc10 is live in norristown where bill cosby will soon arrive for his preliminary hearing at the montgomery county courthouse. the comedian is accused of drugging an employee at his home
back in 2004. the judge at today's hearing will determine if there is enough evidence for trial. we'll take you back to court live as soon as we get word of cosby's arrival. you can count on nbc10. we'll have complete coverage starting at 11:00 this morning. if you're not near the tv, you can watch on the nbc10 app or our website, nbc10.com. another update in 25 minutes.
this morning on "today's take," two words. blake shelton. the country superstar performs one of his newest hit songs. then internet sensation chewbacca mask lady gets the surprise of her life. and we'll catch up with a couple of nice guys, russell crowe and ryan gosling, coming now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist and tamron hall, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to "today". it is tuesday morning, may the 24th, 2016. little drizzly outside here in new york city. inside studio 1a, i'm willie along with al and tamron. natalie is on assignment. al, love the morning jam. >> "just like fire" by pink.
this is from the new "alice through the looking glass" movie. >> yeah. >> i love a little pink. >> she's cool. we were talking about her yesterday. >> you love great artists. >> uh-huh. >> and -- >> i may not know how to pronounce names but -- >> al was doing his weather earlier. he was talking about a power outage -- >> there was a severe thunderstorm. >> excuse me. i blanked out after he said something. al was talking about a storm in houston that forced the evacuation of beyonce's concert in minneapolis last night. >> right. >> this happened a few minutes ago on the "today" show. i'll play this moment. what do you see is wrong with this? listen in. >> look what happened at the stadium in minneapolis. all the beyonce fans waiting for a concert. they had to evacuate for a while, while severe storms moved in. they eventually got back into the stadium. what a mess it was there.
of course, the beyhive was all on twitter about that. >> the beyhive. >> in al's defense, beyonce, you have to know beyonce. no excuse there. >> sometimes i've heard it beyonce. >> you never have. >> i've heard it. >> never. >> the beyhive, the way it is spelled, b-e-y hive, i can see mispronouncing that. i'll defend al on the second part, not the first. >> the best part, not just the beyhive joined in on social media, people were asking me and hoda to do interventions. one lady said, help al. your own offspring. >> leila texted me and said, it's beyhive. all right, very cool. >> did she say it calmly, like dad, it's beyhive. >> she wasn't all worked up like the people on social media. >> what have they said to you? >> beyhive rimes with live, and
get one. >> love it. >> someone said, i think al thinks it's pronounced beyonce. y'all help him. >> if that's the worst thing you worry about today, your life is in good shape. >> it made me laugh. it was so cute. beyonce. beyhive. >> you're working on the fly, as opposed to the bee. then you make a mistake. >> the only thing better was when leila took you to the drake concert. was it drake? >> yeah, four years ago. >> he did a vine, and he looked like, where am i? >> i'd never been -- i hadn't been to a rap concert. it's like, you know, rapper after rapper. four hours. i'm never going to get back, you know. and drake is a very talented man. >> i love it. the things you do for your kids. >> for 30 minutes, he's going, i see you in the leopard pants. i see you. he's walking around this thing. they're all going like this, you know. then he points kind of in leila's general direction.
she goes, oh! i was like, they're all buying this. this is good stuff. >> it's working for him. >> love it. >> love that story. >> for the record, beyonce and beyhive. >> they'll swarm on you. >> wouldn't it be break if bees actually did swarm like they do in cartoons, like to point in arrows and stuff like that? that's what i want. >> imagine what beyonce's beyhive would form. >> a noose or a gun or something. >> that went to a dark place. let's go to a lighter place. unless you've been living under a rock, chewbacca mask lady, you know. she's a woman from dallas, texas. bought a mask from kohl's, filmed it and had sheer joy with the mask. >> i'm a happy chewbacca. [ laughter ]
>> oh. >> this is worth every penny! [ laughter ] >> she's a mother of two. candiace payne post ted the vid on thursday and now 140 million views on facebook. unbelievable. last night, she took her now famous mask to the late late show with james corden and another special guest snuck into the backseat. >> i know you're a happy chewbacca. you have energy like chewbacca. but that doesn't sound like chewbacca. >> i have to disagree. >> thank you, j.j. abrams. i appreciate that. >> j.j., what are you doing here? >> been here the whole time. can i give you a director's note. do you mind?
>> no. >> it's less like this and more like this. >> okay. >> you got it. [ laughter ] >> james, you're missing out. >> oh, my goodness, you have to do it. come on! >> how's that? [ laughter ] >> what's wrong with that? that is perfect. >> and her hair is perfect for the mask. >> matches the mask. >> amazing. >> that's what i love, that's just joy. you know what? if that's what's good about the internet, we can spread joy as opposed to negativity like this next story. >> oh. i have to read this? >> candace's laugh is my ring tone. can we get a ring tone,
somebody? >> if we have the same ring tone, we won't know whose phone is ringing. >> phones aren't on during the show. >> thanks, dad. i'm trying to avoid this next story so bad. celebrity trainer jillian michaels, she's been criticized pretty much -- people are just going after her on social media. she posted a parenting meme. it says, i was so cute when i thought i was tired, back before i had kids. so cute. so her and her long-time partner/fiance, they have a daughter and a son, 6 and 4. people are asking, is it okay for parents to tell people without children they don't know what tired is? >> see, i don't think she is doing that. i don't think she's taking a slam at single people. >> i don't either. >> i think she's kind of relating to other parents. like hey, you know what? i didn't know what this was like until i had a child.
it's not negative against people who don't have children. >> i agree. >> get over it. stop. stop with the negativity. >> this is when the internet outrage machine kicks into gear because it thinks it's supposed to. ten people are upset, and it turns into a story. >> that's the thing. ten people or so, you know, 330 million estimated in america. ten people go in on jillian and, oh, there's outrage on the internet. and i'm never compelled, really, to go after someone. >> no. >> maybe a family member. >> of course. >> then i go full godfather. >> reading some of the comments, the levels of horrific name calling and all that stuff. listen, everybody is tired. you get up at 2:00 in the morning. i'm tired. you're tired. we all work hard. let's get along. >> why does it have to be a dance off? i picture the one guy doing the moves and the other one is doing it back. i'll see if i can fall asleep
before you because we're both so tired. i'm sick of the constant attacking of everyt we are following breaking news out of norristown, montgomery koept, where bill cosby has just arrived at the courthouse for his preliminary hearing. you see him there. a live look from sky force 10 over the courthouse. the comedian is accused of drugging and molesting an employee back in 2004. the alleged victim, andrea constand is expected to be there today. it's not certain whether or not she will testify. the judge at today's hearing will determine if there's enough evidence for a trial and could set a date for that trial. crews are stationed around the courthouse. you'll see a number of camera angles as cosby walks into the
courthouse. we're live from outside the courthouse. matt, what can you tell us about what's going to happen today? >> reporter: right now, we are in front of the courthouse. this is where bill cosby has walked up, past this ramp and into the entrance here. you see all the cameras stationed out here at the moment. we do expect bill cosby will walk up here momentarily to enter the country. today, it is a hearing about the evidence. it is a preliminary hearing. what's going to happen, the prosecution is going to lay out their evidence for the case. and what will happen after that, the judge will decide whether or not there's enough evidence to go ahead to trial. i'm going to step out of the way here because we do believe that mr. cosby is walking up the ramp here. we do see a flurry of activity here in front of the courthouse. he was here in february. you might recall he was here for a two-day hearing where the judge decided that this case could move on, the criminal case
against him. you're seeing him approach here momentarily. again, we do have cameras throughout the area. there he is. he's walking into the courthouse right now. attorneys at his side, also police escort. just walking into the entrance right now. this hearing was supposed to begin at 9:00. about ten minutes off schedule at the moment here. there are a lot of logistics to work out here. just kind of recapping, this is a preliminary hearing. the judge is going to hear all the facts of the case beforehand. the prosecution has a low burden of proof at this stage. all there has to be a a little bit of evidence that a crime was committed. there's a very slim chance that the judge is going to throw this case out. the defense is also going to be in the courtroom. they've been challenging this. they had the state supreme court just reject them yesterday for an emergency stay to try to
prevent this from going on today. at this point, we have been expecting to see the accuser, andrea constand take the witness stand today. we have been hearing conflicting reports about whether or not she is even going to show up today. if she is not in the courtroom, what will likely happen, the prosecution will put forth her affidavit, what she told police back in 2005 when she reported this incident that she had been molested and abused by bill cosby at his home in 2004. so the judge is going to hear all of this and possibly set a trial date. and so that would be the next step here. this could take a few minutes. it could take a few hours. it could take the rest of the day and possibly into another day because there are a lot of facts that would have to be presented here. we do have reporters in there right now as bill cosby enters and he's been here quite frequently now to this montgomery county courthouse. so we'll be following this very
closely i'm sure. >> right. and matt, i know you're outside. and we do have cameras outside and inside. as we've seen before, security is right there on the first floor. cosby has walked through the metal detector. getting checked out now. again, walk us through, we have no idea how long the whole process will take today right? >> reporter: really it all comes down to how much evidence the prosecution is going to want to present. this is sort of a dry run, if you will. just been hearing from the legal experts, people that have no direct involvement with the case, but they've been observing from the outside. so the prosecution could put andrea constand on the witness stand. but then the defense has the opportunity to start poking some holes in her testimony. whereas if this goes right to trial, then that would be the first time all of this gets presented and they would have the cross-examination and so
forth that you would normally see in a jury trial. it will be interesting to see how much evidence is put forth today. again, there is a little burden of proof here. the judge is likely to let this go right to trial and we could see bill cosby back here in court for quite some time as the trial begins and unfolds. >> just seeing the elevators door close. cosby has gone up to the second floor to the courtroom. thanks for keeping us updated. nbc10 will keep our viewers covered all day long. you can stay updated with the nbc10 app and on nbc10.com. here is mr. cosby on the second floor now walking into the courtroom. as i said, we have reporters and photographers stationed outside and inside the courthouse there. cosby with his attorneys arriving at court.
matt, if you can still hear me, we saw gloria allred. tell us about her connection to this case? >> reporter: at this time, there are a lot of people connected to the case showing up to the courthouse. in fact, the courthouse has been very full with media and this has of course garnered a lot of attention. she's been representing a lot of the accusers who have not had the opportunity to get this kind of venue of a potential trial because the statute of limitations has run out. but there are defamation cases against mr. cosby that are under way right now. this is the only criminal case against him that is proceeding at the moment. this will be watched closely. we see media outlets from around the country parked in front of the courthouse from all networks throughout the country. so this is getting a lot of attention. of course, she follows a lot of the high profile cases.
it will be interesting to see what she has to say in the moments following this. >> right, matt, thanks so much. the judge in today's hearing will determine if there is enough evidence for trial for bill cosby. a live picture from sky force 10 overhead of the montgomery county courthouse. we'll keep you posted on our nbc10 app, an line at nbc10.com and at 11:00 this morning. we'll be back in a couple minutes. "today" show continues in just minutes. screenwriter shane black, here in new york city. >> you beat people up and charge money? >> yeah. sad, isn't it? >> that's really your job? >> yeah. >> no way. >> yeah. >> how much would you charge to beat up my friend? >> what? >> reporter: they're an unlikely pair. russell's grouchy thug for hire teaming up with ryan's private eye, not good at his job. >> $20. just take it. >> you'd never worked together
before, right? you admired each other from afar. >> i remember seeing when russell went from "gladiator" to the "insiders," it changed my idea of what acting could be. i'd never seen that kind of an about face from one role to another. >> what about for you, russell? i'm breaking the agreement not to ask you questions. i understand. you get the script. >> you're also not supposed to look me in the eye. >> we learn thed that the hard . he takes it as a sign of aggression. >> you heard ryan was attached to it first, or did you not know he was going to be in it? >> it was the other way around. i was gearing up to just not express any interest and go on to read something else. i had this specific plan, actually, not elaborate. i was going to soften him up before i told him i didn't want to do it. >> he said, i have bad news for you. i said, we have ryan gosling. he said, i'd love to do the picture. >> i could be persuaded. >> tell me about your character. >> i'm john boy, who is a hired
assassin. pretty cold-blooded individual. >> mind fetching your dad? >> he is running an errand. >> back any time soon? >> what did you see in matt that made his right for john boy? >> there was an old hollywood look for him. it was perfect for a guy who is an absolute sociopath. who would take your mother's throat out, you know. i think you can't take your eyes away from him when he's on screen. i'm having trouble not looking at him right this moment. >> reporter: sure, the nice guys have leading man looks, but they're not above a toss or a tumble. matt and ryan performed most of their own stunts. >> i was kind of nervous doing the stunts. i've never worked a lot with guns. i wanted to shake every bullet to hear the bb in it, to make sure they were all fake, you know? >> i had a conversation with shane at the beginning of the process and said, listen, i know
that you probably know that i do everything. i'm old now. he was very kind. he looked after me. get the old guy out of the way. >> reporter: with a little age comes a lot of experience. >> there's not much russell doesn't know. when they were in a car, bored and it was late, in front of a hotel and there are 50 flags, he goes, name the flags. i go, oh. charles, david, the twins. you know. i'm like, who can do that? he goes and nails them all. >> before we let you go, have to ask you, favorite ryan gosling movie. >> wasn't over. >> did you see "the notebook" and did you cry when they made out in the rain? >> even though i worked with rachel, i haven't seen "the notebook." sorry. >> that's fair. matt? >> for sure. yes is the answer to the crying.
>> don't move. >> if you've seen the film, a lot of people are going to be very surprised by the -- they're known for the dramatic roles. >> the way it's meant to be scene. >> holds up. >> take that as a win, fellas. job well done. >> i did have to watch it on my iphone on a plane, and it was excellent. "nice guys" is in theaters now. still ahead, blake shelton treats us to a performance from his hit song you promised mom
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more now on our breaking news we're following for you this morning. bill cosby and his legal team back in court for a preliminary hearing in norristown. just a few moments ago, he entered the monday gom -- montgy county courthouse. he's accused of drugging and molesting a university employee in 2004. we'll have complete coverage on nbc10 starting at 11:00 this morning. you can also stay updated with the nbc10 app. and more breaking news involving a hit-and-run in northeast philadelphia we've been covering. the suspected driver has surrendered to police.
that's the new information. police say the driver slammed into a septa bus shelter. the impact threw the shelter and the man under it about 100 feet. the man was killed. now let's get your forecast from meteorologist bill henley. with lots of sunshine today, bill? >> we're enjoying lots of sunshine, but there are some changes ahead. you may see an opportunity to use your umbrella later on. already up to 64 degrees in philadelphia. there's still some cooler spots, but not by much. and warming into the low 80s this afternoon. satellite and radar shows the next round of showers moving in from the north. it's moving through new jersey and into the trenton area. these showers most likely to impact new jersey while inland areas stay dry. tracey? you can keep track of that rain perhaps moving into your neighborhood with the nbc10 app. i'm tracey davidson. another update in about 25
minutes. thanks for watching. have a great day. connections. you're not just in the classroom; you're part of the community. you meet these tiny kids every year, and you help them learn and grow. but you also get to know their families, and over the years they become a part of your life, and you become a part of theirs. when you build those connections, you can accomplish some pretty amazing things. i'm jackie kruzik and i'm proud to be a new jersey educator.
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muscles and joints surrounding them. if you're stuck in a seat, walk around and stretch as much as you can. sports authority is getting ready to close all 463 stores. not before launching a going out of business sale. the chain filed for bankruptcy protection a few months back but attempts to restructure the debt failed. sports authority final sales are expected to start at the end of the weekend and last until the end of august. dairy queen getting buzz by jumps into the iced coffee business. dq is hoping to lure customers from mcdonald's and starbucks along with iced coffee. they're adding frappuccinos to the menu, made with coffee, soft serve ice cream. they're promoting the coffee by offering a discount from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. every day at participating stores. guess where i'll be at that time? >> sitting or standing to avoid the dormant butt syndrome?
>> i'll be standing with this new thing they've got. >> can you imagine, i want you to get you lots of shots of good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. clouds are thinning out, temperatures warming up. 80s for philadelphia, suburbs and the lehigh valley. the farther inland you go, the more likely you are to see sunshine. still a good chance of scattered showers for new jersey. storms possible at the shore. 70s this afternoon while clouds break in delaware. 81 degrees this afternoon for wilmington. have a great day. >> that's your latest weather. tamron? >> thank you, mr. roker. time for my tuesday trend. it's an oldie but a goodie. the checkered pattern pops this time of the year. i'm not talking about, of course, picnic tables. we've seen gabrielle union and
others taking it on in a wonderful way. rihanna also rocking the print, a pink version. even actors, brthey've done it e right way. here to pull it together, melissa, phenomenal stylist. >> thank you. >> i had a long night talking to my mother, and i forgot my dress. i had one i wanted to show you. >> i was like, she has an amazing dress. but you're good. you're beautiful anyway. >> thank you. this is the season for gingham. >> it's a trend that keeps coming back. everybody can wear it, and there's something for everybody. >> what defines gingham? >> the broad checks. stripes, it's plaid. it comes from the malaysia word that means stripes. >> if you're not ready for the full look, you have accessories. >> you can find everything in gingham these days. shoes, bags, home decor, dog
accessories, iphone cases. >> we have great looks for kids, dad, the dog. let's start in on our fashions now. >> first up, we have a more sophisticated way to wear gingham. we think of it casually, but this has a great pop of color. i love that we did gingham on gingham. if you're weary of trying the trend, this isn't as loud. that's some collaboration with lane bryant. any size, any shape can wear this trend. >> people associate white with summer. i associate gingham with summer. >> it's a summery -- >> you can wear white all year. you look beautiful. wow. >> who is next? >> next, we have saba. wearing another beautiful gingham trend. she has shorts. >> love this outfit.
>> flirty, fun and casual. great spring/summer outfit. again, they're combining gingham with modern silhouettes. off the shoulders and ruffles were huge trends this season. it's incorporated with the gingham. we did gingham on gingham again. big on top and little on bottom. >> mix the scale and it still goes. don't feel you have to have one size. >> exactly. >> i like that. >> not so matchy, matchy. >> next up? >> i was brave. i brought my whole family. they all belong to me. they maus be on their best behavior. >> this is the family that comes to the picnic and you're like, real really? my family has t-shirts and jeans. >> they don't always look like this. little harlow, perfect pink gingham dress. and asher is wearing the broad
kind of gingham, which is a classic gingham. a little more modern because we paired it with a sleek, white jean, which i love. and sam is wearing the smaller gingham, a good way to ease into it. from far away, you almost can't tell it is gingham. he also has a scarf on. it's larger, so it works. >> do you find boys that age wearing scarves like that? >> mine don't. he's like, i hate this scarf. i'm like, you're going on tv with it on. >> the dog has a bandana. >> and my husband, dave, had a vibrant, bright, gingham shirt with easy pants and a pair of sneakers. >> i love it. can we play our song? come on out, other models. for me, nothing says summer like gingham. up next, i have two words for you. blake shelton. he hits the stage with his latest single from the "angry
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help put an end to food allergies. each one of these 17 kids around us represents one million people across the country suffering from food allergies, which can range from mild to critical. 17 million americans are potentially one bite away from a life-threatening situation. >> reporter: lindsay hall is a 12-year-old who loves gymnastics and who also suffers from life-threatening food allergies. >> i'm allergic to dairy, eggs and nuts, which includes butter, pizza, cake, almonds, cashews, peanuts. >> reporter: lindsay isn't alone. 17 million americans suffer from food allergies. >> if you're at a restaurant, they tell you there's nothing in it but you're not sure. even like at home, you have to check every ingredient. it's really scary because it can put you in an ambulance. >> reporter: her mom, kim, knows all too well the fear of keeping her daughter safe. >> i had to teach lindsay when she went into a room and she saw someone that might have doritos,
and if they were to open the bag and the dust came out, it was dangerous. it's hard to know that one bite of something that lindsay could have could put her in a life-threatening situation. >> reporter: approximately two kids in every classroom have food allergies. >> i sometimes feel different than everybody else, and i have to bring food everywhere. have to call ahead. i wish i could just not have to worry about any of that. >> reporter: 12-year-old jake also understands the struggles of living with severe food allergies to peanuts, tree nuts and sesame. >> i'll have times where i'll think, okay, i'm going to eat this, and i remember, wait, i have to check it first. i sort of fear i'm going to be alone and eat something i shouldn't have. by the time i can like get some help, it'll be a little too late. >> reporter: every three minutes, a person visits the er with an allergic reaction. >> the word "allergy" is not a strong enough word because i
don't think people understand that it's a life-threatening situation for a lot of people. it's so prevalent. >> reporter: a desire to end food allergies inspired kim and elise to create the organization end allergies together, to raise awareness and funds for research. >> it can be as small as a grain of sand. that's what a trace amount can be. even less than that. just a trace of that in food, inadvertently, can send someone into a life-threatening reaction. so eating is something you have to do every day. multiple times a day. and our kids are scared to eat. they have to rely on the fact that whoever prepared their food didn't make a mistake. so our mission is to get everybody involved to help find a cure for food allergies. >> reporter: they're going it with their campaign, do your 17, honoring the millions of americans who suffer from food allergies. >> three, two, one! >> reporter: a social media
movement highlighting the number 17 has brought the cause to new heights. >> i want a cure for food allergies so my sister isn't scared anymore. >> a little after the break, we'll talk to dr. peterson and some of the kids. we'll be back in a moment. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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we're back with dr. peterson, an internal medicine specialist, helping us understand more about food allergies. dr. peterson, why is it -- do we have any idea why there is a surge in food allergies? why we're suddenly seeing this? it's been growing, it seems, year after year. >> when i was a kid, i don't remember any children in my class having allergies. nowadays, there's five or six kids in a class having them. it's not well understood. we know they're not inhgenetic.
maybe antibiotics may play a role. it's not clear. >> what are the early signs that a parent should look for in children? >> there's a lot of symptoms. respiratory symptoms include watery eyes, runny nose, coughing and sneezing. you can also get hives. it can affect the gi tract, nausea, nom vomiting. you can have the symptoms a few hours later. >> depending on the severity, it can be fatal. >> life-threatening. you can affect the airway, becoming compromised. you can get swelling of the lips and tongue. airway can swell and it can cause hoarseness. you can hear a funny sound when your child breathes. this can be life threatening. blood pressure can drop, causing shock. it is treated with an epi-pen. >> what's your name? >> aaron.
>> aaron brought up this -- how promising is this peanut patch we've been hearing about? >> the idea now is that if you expose a child to small amounts early on, you can sort of almost create an immune reaction to the allergen and, over time, you can reduce the reaction that they have to the product. unfortunately, peanuts and shellfish tend to be the allergies that last lifelong. meat, milk, dairy, eggs and soy and wheat, other common ole e allergens, kids outgrow them 80% of the time. for example, if your child is allergic to milk, it doesn't mean they only avoid milk. it's also in butter and cheese. you have to be aware of the ingredients in other products. also, they tend to be compartmentalized. if you're allergic to peanuts, doesn't mean you're allergic to wheat. >> we have more information on our
good morning. i'm tracey davidson. lots of sunshine to start your day. let's get the forecast from meteorologist bill henley. >> it's not completely clear of the clouds and there's still showers tracking. it's dry in cape may. it may stay dry. showers are moving into interior new jersey and tom's river. temperatures have been climbing. most the area is seeing sunshine, especially to the west
of the suburbs and the lehigh valley. see temperatures at the shore in the 70s. into the low 80s in philadelphia. now let's get a check of the roads. for that, we go to jessica boyington. jessica? >> we're watching through center city right now. this is right around 24th street. seeing unusual delays heading eastbound right now. some construction equipment might be tieing some things up just a little bit. a little slow headed towards the schuylkill express way. if you're going to new jersey, watch the ben franklin bridge. two lanes are closed headed over the bridge. >> we are watching breaking news in montgomery county where bill cosby and his legal team are back in court for a preliminary hearing. today, a judge will decide if cosby's felony sexual assault case will go to trial. i'm tracy davidson.
>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. well, it's a goo day here. any time blake shelton is with us. it is boozeday tuesday june 24, also spanky tuesday, hoda gets excited about that. >> i wish blake would stick around far but i have a feeling -- >> he's on a strict schedule. but we have him not just to talk to us but also to sing. there's an older song called "honeybee." and we're going t