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>> "today" show is next. starts right now. have a great day. thanks for watching. good morning. breaking news over and out in a shocking development britain votes to leave the european union and president david cam ran announces his plans to resign. >> markets around the world already reeling and it could be a long day on wall street. a fantastic thing. donald trump keeps praise on the "brexit" vote as he arrives in scotland this morning. sta states of emergency. in west virginia at least three
people killed. catching fire and washing off its foundation. california more than 50 homes destroyed by a wildfire what is becoming the state's worst wildfire ever. >> and legendary steven tyler live on our plaza today june 24th, 2016. from nbc news this is today with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. arri live from studio one a. good morning. steven tyler will rock our plaza but i think it is safe to say the world has been rocked by news coming out of britain. >> david cameron the prime minister has said he will resign and spoke to the queen about it.
>> the pope weighed in on it and says it is the responsibility for us to guarantee the good of the people in the united kingdom as well as the good and coexistence of the european continent. this is obviously our top stories. it is a monumental decision. as savannah just mentioned the prime minister says he will step down. we have chief global correspond bill neilly. bill, what can you tell us? >> good morning, matt. make no mistake, this is the biggest political -- trade unions, big businesses wanted them to stay, the people besided
otherwise. it is being felt on the stock markets. >> this means that the uk as decid european union. >> i do not think it would be right for me to try to be the captain that steers our country to its next destination. >> this is a prime minister who gambled with his own and future and lost spectacularly. he will go down in history but not as expected. it was a shock right from the start. no one expected a win for those campaigning for britain to leave the 28 independent union. britain sovereignty, jobs. britain the first country to say that's enough. >> it is a great day for the british people.
>> britain's currency plunged. >> its shell shock is what we are dealing with right now. >> now everyone has to deal with it including president obama who came to britain to urge voters to stay in jueurope. and this man is favored to be the new. >> it is about the right of the people to settle their own destiny. it is about the very principals of our democracy. >> a stunned european has been left on its head. >> and there are already calls this morning from other european countries, from france, from italy to have their say. the danger is that the whole european union falls aparnt and
the whole -- >> let's turn to chris from the daily beast. what does it say about the mood of british voters? >> well, it says that what they claim it says right off the bat is that they were tired of all the bureaucracy of the european union they want their sovereignty, but what this was really about was fear, kpen phob -- xenophobia, it came from the uk independent part to keep -- coming in from crow yay sha, it was touching a hot button saying we want out. we want to isolate ourselves again and at the same time
saying we'll have free trade and benefits of the free union and have it all ways. the rest of the europe is not looking at it that way and i think it will be tough to function the way it was before. >> do you see this as a standalone decision or might this be the first in a series of domino's? >> listen, this is potentially the first in a series of collapsing dominoes scotland decided to stay in the europe union northern ireland decide today stay. then we've got europe, maureen la ppen lapen, she may win the first round of the presidential elections next year and she's already called for a referendum,
gill veers in the netherlands, he's called for a referendum. we see this all over europe. the president of the europeen council said this doesn't just threaten the european union. it threatens the western civilsation. >> olivia, good morning to you, what kind of day are we looking for? >> wall street certainly feeling the pain. many traders have been up overnight as billions of dollars have been wiped off global equities. i spoke to one trader. he is expecting busyest day of trading in two to four years.
. this brings the overall stock market back to levels close to where it was last week when the lead vote was leading in the polls so not terrible. closer to where we were last week, the biggest problem, is this ushers in all the uncertainty and is toxic in economic growth. >> are relooking at this as a relatively short hiccup or longer to play out? >> nobody really knows. this is like a messy divorce process. britain is going to have to renegotiate all of its trade deals with europe. european countries are probably not going to be in if mood to give britain very good trade deals. a lot of economic uncertainty, warned twice in the past two days, if there is a "brexit" it
could be a head and people are going to wake up and see a couple thousands dollars lower. and the central bank is lot less likely to raise rates because of the instability. >> thank you very much. >> donald trump happened to kickoff a trip to scotland. he immediately weighed in on the vote. >> good morning savannah. fears are down there that this could plunge marks. donald trump is one of his golf resorts, that scotland overwhelmingly decide today stay. donald trump landing in political chaos as the uk decided to move. >> i think thes historic.
>> not responding to the vote overnight clinton making it clear she was opposed to "brexit." overnight the clinton campaign already attacking him for it releasing a web video mocking trump's trip abroad. donald trump is a fool. >> before he left the u.s. he sat down with lester holt trying to claim that president clinton's e-mail server was hacked by foreign claims. >> i think i heard that and also somebody that gave plme that information. >> the campaign has been in the rough. down in the polls and in the rough. there are signs he is turning things around reportedly raise g $19 million. the scotland trip is just the latest visit to the trump
property. he has taken the campaign to nine of his locals all the way to turnberry in scotland. donald trump is still speaking behind me extolling the virtues of leaving the eu this departure immigration and same issue that donald trump has been hitting over and over. immigration for fears with job, and security: it is what donald trump is trying to hammer home in the united states. he'll be back on the tour july first. >> chuck todd good morning to you. >> for all the reasons they laid out in their segments it would appear in the short term this is a victory for donald trump in his world view over hillary clinton and barak obama, does
donald trump get a bump out of this. >> i don't know if he gets a bump, but reminder why we need to not under estimate donald trump. there had been a worldwide trend in western democracies of a couple of things, number one, angry middle classes. not just in america where you feel as if you can't get ahead where there's been this economic decay, so in that case it matches it and obviously yes, matches his politics and again a worldwide trend of essentially a move toward isolationennism, let's look inward. that's the decision that the uk decided to do and donald trump's message in a nutshell. >> he happens to be in the center of the political universe but he's not there for a trip that the typical candidate takes, he's there to promote his
golf course and doesn't have any meetings with any foreign leaders. >> earlier this week he made a case. and he wanted to layout this case, i think they can do this to the clintons. they use politics to benefit themselves. that's essentially what donald trump was accusing hillary clinton of doing this week, it may be an ineffective message, he's using his campaign to do what, drug an entire press core over to scotland to promote the opening of a new golf course. i think it under mines the message against hillary clinton that the clintons use politics for his own benefit. he's using his campaign for his own men fit. ? >> heavy rain has triggered veer -- severe flash flooding.
>> good mortgagning. you can see here power lines that have been completely ripped down. a chunk of the road that's missing and these are the flood waters racing by, that left two people dead and still hundreds more trapped. this morning a state of emergency. as a band of severe thunderstorms pounded parts of west virginia causing historic and widespread flooding. washing some houses right off their foundations. in white sul fur springs, people watched what appeared to be a house on fire floating down a creek. in jackson county police responded to reports of a toddler swept away by rushing waters. the storms uprooted trees and power lines, plunging almost
un-1 million residents into darkness. in elvielview emergency crews a working to residence crew hundreds of people forced to spend tonight at a local shopping mall into the shopping an ex was washed away by powerful flood waters. >> they're considering building a temporary bridge just to get to them. meanwhile the red cross has set up shelters across the state. the worst may still be to come. the flooding is expected today and into the weekend. >> let's go from dangerous flooding to dangerous wild fires. a new one growing fast this morning. it's already destroyed at least 50 homes. . >> good morning. this is what this fire has done.
destroyed dozens of homes in a matter of hours. it is one of the most aggressive this season and also may be one of the most destructive. overnight racing toward homes the so-called er skskin fire. i've seen so many homes burn. >> firefighter documenting the drama in the middle of a fire storm. >> we've lost structures in multiple communes. >> fueled by scorching temperature and fueled by the wind. >> second, third, over here, four, five and six down the street. >> a wall of flames hopscotch from home to home. >> this is a danger zone. >> the count now at least 80 structures, propane tanks exploding through the day. with damage mounting and at least 1,500 homes threatenned,
it is hopping high ways, smoke and destruction everywhere. >> it is pretty sad to see so many homes burning. >> reporter: a monster on moving. threatening even more. >> reporter: these homes still going up more than 5,000 acres have been destroyed. this fire is zero percent contained. hundreds more firefighters are on the way. >> miguel, thanks very much. >> let's turn the al. >> that's right. this is been a very volatile wildfire season. it's not even close to being done. you look at the ten year average of total acreage burned. last
year the worst was 1.2 million acres in twenty 12. we are at almost 2 million acres for 2016. we have fires from the north of las angeles, relative humans 8 to 10%. winds gusting over 50 miles an hour. omaha 93, atlanta 97. and the heat continues from orlando, all the way to dallas and the outlook temperatures
good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. we're tracking lingering showers this morning an a chance of those this afternoon. but we'll also see sunshine, warming us into the 80s for philadelphia, the suburbs, the lehigh valley up to 84 degrees for bethlehem. to the south, new jersey has seen showers this morning. a chance of showers at the shore, otherwise sunshine will break through the clouds, 70s at the shore. and 80 for newark this afternoon, cooler with a chance of showers in dover and rehoboth beach. have a great day. and that's your latest weather. >> thank you v thank you very m. the stand off-capitol hill.
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some breaks of sunshine to see the temperatures climb from the 60s to 70s into the 80s this afternoon. right now, holing steady in the low 70s for many neighborhoods in philadelphia. vai? >> thank you, bill. let's get a check on the roads with jessica boyington. >> we're watching new jersey roads right now. there's some construction, of course, this is ongoing construction. not seeing any big delays on the admiral wilson boulevard right now. coming into new jersey because we have this lane restriction here. but it will definitely affect your commute later on in the afternoon and during the evening commute down the shore. today a local victim of the orlando massacre will be laid to rest. loved ones will remember akyra murray at her funeral in west philadelphia. murray was 18 years old, the youngest victim of the mass shooting. she broughted fr graduated fromc prep just a week before the terror attack. get the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 app.
♪ working like a boss at a -- band. >> friday morning, june 24th, 2016. we are getting ready to welcome steven tyler to our great stage and yes, in case you're wondering, he will be singing some aerosmith songs and what a great way to wrap up the week. let's take a look at some other headlines on a friday morning. a state of emergency has been declared in west virginia in the town of ravens hohood two boys e swept away. hundreds of thousands are
customers are now without power. a dangerous new wildfire north of las angeles where at least 50 new homes have already been burned. >> british prime minister david cameron who led the fieg ght to stay in the eu has decided to resign. good morning. >> reporter: hey, matt, good morning. even the president helped for the prime minister to win. the prime minister has been seeing the queen. he must try to reassure markets around the world though some are saying he is a lame duck.
scotland and ireland threatening to break up the currency, the prime minister tried to reassure people today while holding bacteribac back tiers. >> i love this country and i feel honored to have to served it and i will do everything i can in the future to help this great country succeed. >> reporter: and the question now is who will be in here leading britain. negotiating europe? some people are looking to boris johnson, the former london mayor. he has been speaking today. if he does become prime minister. i asked what will he do next? and under the great britain nationalism with his threat to this country, his father said what is he going to do next?
play cricket with me tomorrow. >> people may just start to follow it right now. number one, how did this come up for a vote this issue of whether or not to belong to the eu and why did david cameron now feel he has to now resign? >> reporter: i guess it comes down to small divisions within the party that he thought he could heal by leading a vote like this. it shows how a domino effect can cause things to emerge. the popular will among people to vote to leave the eu and i guess there is a message for politicians around this world in that. >> keir, thank you very much. the fight over gun control on capitol hill, theres a growing war of words by the democrats. peter alexander is on the hill
for us. good morning. >> reporter: the topic of guns is one of the most pollerizing reinforced by the competing parties very different takes. a pair of republican lawmakers calling it a disgrace. trying to keep up with more gun control measures with eyes on the election this fall. first the sit-in, now the standoff. democrats demanding votes on two controversial gun control bills. run house speaker paul ryan ripping democrats accusing them of raising money off a political stunt. >> they are sending out fund raising solicitations. >> reporter: house democrats emerging from nearly 26-hour rebellion declaring victory. >> what resulted was a discussion heard around the
world. >> reporter: the house now adjourned until after the holiday. guns a central circumstance at the 2016 campaign. >> we have to vote like we have never ever voted before. >> reporter: both sides hoping to capitalize. hillary clinton praising democrats for exposing -- gun violence. trump addressing the issue on thursday on fox news. >> i never saw anything like i saw last night and they have to go out and win elections. right now they're not winning, so they figure they'll protest. >> reporter: americans views are clear a majority of americans favor stricter gun laws, 85% favor background checks. one possible solution a compromise in the senate. lawmakers allowing more on a bipartisan plan to block people on the no fly list.
>> i difference. >> reporter: now backing high profile backers. general pa trayiotrayious and s crystal. >> reporter: it still doesn't have the 60 votes to pass in the senate and even if it were to pass the republican house remains unlikely to go along. >> let's take a turn now and get the rest of al's forecast. >> right now the mid-atlantic states seeing showers. we see that horrible flooding going on in west virginia. we are going to be watching over the next 12 hours or so as the storms intensify moving over the carolinas, could see more flooding, and tomorrow it slides to the south. look for the threat mostly along
the south eastern coast. more hail up to 1-inch diameter, also a system coming out of the good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. we're tracking lingering showers this morning and a chance of those this afternoon. but we'll also see sunshine, warming us into the 80s for philadelphia, the suburbs, the lehigh valley up to 84 degrees for bethlehem. to the south, new jersey has seen showers this morning. a chance of showers at the shore, otherwise sunshine will break through the clouds, 70s at the shore. and 80 for newark this afternoon, cooler with a chance of showers in dover and rehoboth beach. have a great day. and that's your latest weather. >> coming up. what could be the fastest tire change ever. change ever. and who is counting when bee to severe rheumatoid arthritis,
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nbc 10 news starts now. good morning, i'm vai sikahema. let's get our nbc 10 first alert forecast from meteorologist bill henley. >> clouds around and spotty showers. not going to be an all-day affair. showers, we'll get sunshine. the warmup from the 70s into the 80s this afternoon. this is the view from easton, 77 degrees at 10:00. there is a chance of a shower later this morning or into this afternoon. not everybody is going to see that activity but the threat will be around today. low 80s for philadelphia into the middle 80s for the lehigh valley and at the shore, chance of showers and 74 degrees. vai? >> thank you, bill. let's get a look at your friday commute. >> we're seeing delays on the schuylkill, vai. that's typical around city avenue, traffic pretty much after a standstill. slow speeds headed westbound and slow heading into center city but for the most part, we're not seeing a huge rush hour.
we are watching an accident out in west norriton on west marshal street and burnside avenue. this additional traffic note, the 8th street bridge in allentown will be closed from 9:00 this morning until 3:00 this afternoon for construction work. the project is expected to be finished by the end of the year. today the 76ers will introduce top draft pick ben simmons who fans hope will lead the team to an era of success. you're looking at the big moment when it happened at the draft last night in brooklyn. he put on a sixers hat as he made his way to the podium to be congratulated by the nba commissioner. theç tropicana casino in atlantic city is betting a $40 million investment will bring in more people. they recently renovated hotel rooms plus put in a new nightclub and a new spa. i'm vai sikahema. he'll have another update in 25 minutes. you can always get the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 app. have a great day. see you in a half hour.
. it's 8 clock on today and the british bombshell of voting to leave the eu. what does it mean for our economy? we'll explain. plus changing the face of the team usa, meet the athlete are as she becomes the first american woman to compete in a hijab. >> people didn't see me for my race or religion, they relatesed to me for my gender. and steven tyler puts the rock in rockefeller plaza, on
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july 22nd one of the world's most beloved singers, celine dion leaving las vegas for a concert live here on the plaza. >> but it's first here about steven tyler. craig melvin in for natalie. >> world financial markets are reeling by british voters to leave the british union and prime minister david cameron will resign. bill has more for us on that vote. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. this is a bombshell. the victors are calling it britain's independence day. every trade unions, warranted the people to stay in the union. the people decided other wise.
th it is a shock. >> this means that the uk has decided to leave the european union. >> reporter: after the after shock britain's prime minister resigning. >> i don't think it would be right for me to be the captain to try to steer this country to the next destination. >> reporter: he gambled with his country's future and lost spectacularly. the result was a shock right from the start. >> and we will call it independence day. >> it hinged on three issues, sovereign subtlety, the right to leave -- britain the first country to say that's enough. >> i was in tears this morning when i woke up. >> britain's currency plunged. now everyone has to deal with it
including president obama who came to europe to urge voters to stay in europe. and this man is favored to be bri britains new leader. >> we can find our voice again commensurate with the fifth biggest economy on earth. >> reporter: boris johnson led the campaign, a campaign that has turned britain and a stunned european union on its head. >> reporter: and this morning the leader of scotland has called for an independence referendum there. there are calls from other parts of europe, france and italy for people to have their say. the real danger here isn't just the breakup of the european union it's also the breakup of the uk. >> as britain was voting to leave tp european union donald trump was arriving in scotland
on business. katie good morning to you. >> good morning. as global markets dropped and fears about a global recession, donald trump opened a press conference talking about his golf course to talk about "brexit." he said it would be a good thing if the british pound dropped because then more overseas people could come to his golf course. he says they don't like the idea of refugees coming into their country. he congratulated them for taking back their country. he did say he believes there are parallels of what is going on in the uk and the sentiment back in the united states. >> i see a parallel of what's happening here and the u.s.
they don't want people pouring into their country they have no idea who they are and where they come from. >> reporter: they overwhelming voted to stay in the union. donald trump called him a good man who just miss read the mood of his country. >> katie, thank you. democrat bernie sanders revealed that he will vote for hillary clinton in november while appearing on msnbc he was asked if he will voetd for his party rival, he responded yes. hundreds of people spent tonight in a shopping mall in west virginia. the air was pounded by 8 inches of rain, homes are being evacuated this morning. several houses were swept off
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the day steven tyler signed a guy's head. we're back 8:12 we like to keep you updated on the latest trends. that's why we call it trending. some sbe pentrepreneurs came up this, it is a wine, it is a mix of red and white, why is it blue? it contains ind go dye. right now it is only made in spain. it sells for only about a 11 bucks a bottle. are you into it? >> no. >> it looks like a fruity color? no. >> what do you think? >> i'm still trying to make the move to the screw-on tops.
paper apparently we're in the same crew. >> what's something you can do in two seconds or less? careful. careful. think you can change a tire. this is the world's fastest tire chang happened during the world grand prix, all happened in 1.29 seconds. just watch. goodb goodbye. let's see it again. here from a different angle. pulls in the team, tires on, tires off. goodbye. >> is there no double check to make sure it is tight? >> the driver doesn't go, could you we check that please? >> if you are keeping score t previous world record 2.05 seconds. >> i probably shouldn't admit this i only read about this and i thought it was only one guy going around each tire.
i know, i'm sorry, i'm sorry. i know i was like 1.92 seconds? how did he get all the way around. >> should we rewind the tape? >> no, that's why we love you. >> it is hard not to become friendly with your co-workers, but the question is is that a good idea. why you may want to think twice. matt, be quiet. three reasons to bend the rules, you might want to share confidential information. >> like you just did. >> yeah, i like being friends with people i work with. >> i do too. >> i married my cameraman, so. >> that's a whole other story. >> that was beneficial. >> yes.
all right. . whose the most tech savvy person at the table? >> al roker. he's doing it from one of the world's most famous addresses. take a look. >> snapchaters take a look at that. today's pickup truck. we're putting vegetables in the back from the white house gordon. we're taking this on the road. >> will the first lady with her garden initiative took over the snapchat account. how was it? >> it's never been the same. i actually went to negative viewers. >> i love that truck. >> i know. it is a white house kitchen garden. they have given us some fruits and venl tabls and seeds and we're going to take it around the country to try to help people get their gardens going.
>> busted shaquille o neil catches a fan red handed. >> good news adele's fans are waking up to. remember she promised her latest 25 album would be released. she is a woman of her word. apple music, amazon prime seven months after its release and since then the album has spent two week as to the top 100 billboard charts. a an monday selma was reportedly removed on a stretcher by plane, on thursday selma celebrated her 43rd
birthday. she says thank you to all for all who for give her. >> shack knew exactly what was going on. making a face right at the camera here. he did spliel for a photo, but that face says it all. and that's your pop star. check out today's facebook page for more. >> let's turn to alfor a check of the weather. >> i guess i've got to come off the chair a little slower. >> any way, you can see we have some more severe weather coming off the mid-atlantic states and also out of the pacific northwest that will cause some severe weather for the plains
and into the west into the weekend. look at the temperature 100s and huge swaut from the plains and gulf coast and southeast as well. for today a risk of strong storms and also up through the northern plains, high surf advisory along the good morning, i'm bill henley tracking lingering showers and a chance of those this afternoon. also some sunshine. warming us into the 80s for philadelphia and the suburbs. the lehigh valley up to 84 for beth le ham. new jersey has seen showers this morning. a chance of showers at the shore. otherwise sunshine breaks through the clouds. 70s at the shore and 80 for newark. cooler with showers in dover. have a great day. a and that's your latest
weather. matt. today's olympic spotlight is sponsored by mini. proud supporter of -- and others defying labels. the clock is ticking an just 42 days away from rio 16. >> and craig an o olympian is challenging the looks right? >> that's right. no surprise that raj ma ha med. there was the injury that kept her off the squad four years ago but there were things that have not always made things easy for her. a devout muslim. >> the road to becoming the most famous spinster in america started on a drive from new
jersey. she an her mother should see kids practicing something inside the high school. >> all my mom saw was they had on a long jacket and panlts on and she said i don't know what that is but when you get to high school i want you to try that out. >> she played volleyball and baseball, team uniforms became an issue. but with fencing. >> it fit into my life as a muslim kid. once i had my uniform on and my mask on people didn't see me for my race, religion or for my gender. >> reporter: now she'll be the first u.s. athlete to compete in the u.s. olympics wearing a hijab. >> it's like serial. >> calling her the new face for team usa.
>> miss obama was great. it's tough to hear people say i don't belong to fencing because i'm black or because i'm a muslim. just last week a man told me that i looked suspicious and he started asking me if i was going to blow something up. >> reporter: mentors and trainers have guided her. >> she is a highly highly competitive person and a force to reckon with. >> sometimes i'm a little too hard but she listens and now she will rise up to the cream of the crop of the world. >> reporter: her faith has been the foundation. >> she still is a champ to me. >> and agonizing as a parent you know, but it's like you watch your kid get up and fall down
trying to walk, get up and fall down and trying to walk and when they can finally walk on their own it's like whew. >> i thoug you were wearing like a shield. >> no, that's are abs. [ laughter ] >> my head is massive i know. >> no, no, you're good. how does it feel? >> i feel safe. >> if you take steps back, like left foot right foot. if you take a step forward right food left food that's an advance. don't split your pants. >> da, da, da. you like that? >> that's a point there. so you probably have one point. i probably have ten. >> thanks for having me.
>> thank for coming. >> good luck in rio though i doubt you need it. >> reporter: she is funny as she is fierce. she's also running a clothing line, she started it because as a muslim woman it was hard to find modest but fashionable clothing. she plans to move to las angeles to make that her full time job. she also said she's kind of interested in this as well. >> she's sassy. i like that. >> oh, yeah, like that. >> you should be like in the cartoons. when you take a sip of your coffee. >> the women's gymnast ticks team coming up as well. tonight at 8:00 p.m. eastern followed immediately followed by the usa gymnastics championship right here on nbc.
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how are the roads? >> we are seeing a slow down but for the most part we're okay. lighter than normal this morning. on 422 around trooper road. we have eastbound delay toward the schycel expressway. the left lane is closed. >> thank you. today, family, friends and colleagues remember george ben gel of the pennsylvania spca. his funeral will be later this morning in northeast philadelphia. he was a hero to animal lovers ap and a fixture on our air. he died after a battle of cancer at 69. lots of people will be buying mega millions tickets. tonight's drawing is for a top prize of $363 million. we'll have another update in 25 minutes. you can get the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 app. see you in a half hour. >> this portion of nbc 10 news
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well into the southwest as we head into sunday, again another fabulous day into new england, west coast looking fantastic, some wet weather making its way through the desert southwest and good morning. we are tracking lingering showers this morning and a chance of those this afternoon. but we'll also see sunshine. warming us into the 80s for philadelphia. the suburbs. the lehigh valley. up to 84 for bethlehem. to the south, jersey has seen showers this morning. a chance of showers. sunshine will break through the clouds. 70s at the shore and 80 for newark this afternoon. cooler with a chance of showers in dover. that is your latest weather. dylan. >> thank you.
the sister life of secret pets, there's a way to get ready: it is called pet moji. you can create your own animal choosing everything from the eyes, nose and ears, we made a few of our beloved pets. we have al's dog pepper and my dog boss co-. you can download the app for free. we want to see yours on today.com/pets. i'm excited for it. >> steven tyler is rock and roll royalty. enough said. but he's also trying something new for his first solo album. we're all somebody from somewhere. take a look.
♪ some hot mama >> steven tyler one of most successful rock bands in history aerosmith, has sold over 150 million albums worldwide. but now the man known for his powerhou hispowerhouhis powerhouse vocals, acrobatic stage presence has gone country. >> steven tyler is a rock 'n' roll icon and one of the last of his breed. he's making a move to country on the record. it's actually not that weird. his voice stillen sounds as powerful. >> his first country single love is your name reached number one on billboard country charts and
his highly anticipated solo album will be released next week. but this morning strap on your boots as steven tyler takes over our plaza and he makes his way into our studio in grand style as always. steven tyler how are you? >> they're going to put me in the movies. do you believe these girls? >> you had an escort? >> i had to do it. >> you need an escort and a chaperon. >> i know. >> how you doing. >> great. >> what's going on? >> who is that? >> who is steven tyler the country is star. that's the question. >> i remember changing my name because nobody could pronounce tolirico and i said maybe tyler works. >> i remember one time you said
to me i love country music. >> yeah. >> when did you decide to scratch the itch? >> well, i was doing a show in l.a. for music heirs, and -- came up and said oddly enough i want to do a country record with the eb earearly brothers, but m in and loved the town and the rest is history. >> when you were growing up did you have a favorite country star? it's not all that popular up there. >> when i was a kid i had a tiny radio. i got this radio shows wowo in fort wayne, indiana. it was the first time i got
those feelings inside for music and just in touch with myself on it. in a sexual way in a life giving way then i heardthe eb earearly brothers. >> but when you went on to aerosmith did you think about this voice that has made me so famous will work well in country? >> we would do things like "cryin," that's country. wrote it with taylor roeds down in nashville. there was a time when i was so brokenhearted. my voice is all warming up here today. so it was already there. yeah, it wasn't a stretch. what was a stretch was going there and seeing what i could get. who could i write with.
>> my favorite country song is he stopped loving her today. what makes your favorite country song? >> the trauth. being a dog or there's a twist and that's what i love. i'm a country boy. i'm from new hampshire four months every summer -- three months every summer. >> you're going out on a limb tour. do you feel a little out on the limb without the guys from aerosmith with you? >> always. yeah, i love my band. and we're going to south america, but this new experience is has been i've got 15 great new songs i can. >> why don't we give the folks outside a chance to hear it.
♪ there was a time when i was so brokenheart sobrokenhearts sobrokenhearted. love wasn't much of a friend of mine ♪ ♪ the tables have turned because me and are ways aparted ♪ ♪ all i want is someone to care ♪ ♪ i know i need you with a kiss ♪ ♪ i was crying when i met you now i'm dying to forget you ♪ ♪ your love was sweet misery ♪ was trying just to get you now i'm dying cause i met you ♪ ♪ do what you do down to me,
baby ♪ ♪ there's no breathing room ♪ trying to make it now but you're driving me insane ♪ ♪ this guy like me, i've got to tell you one thing ♪ ♪ it's been on my mind, girl i gotta say ♪ ♪ partners in crime, you got that certain something ♪ ♪ what you do to me takes my breath away ♪ ♪ now word out on the street is the devil is in our kiss ♪ ♪ -- can't resist ♪ was crying when i met you now
that down. now here he is performing the title track. ladies and gentlemen, steven tyler. [ cheers and applause ] we'"we're all somebody from somewhere" what? come on come on ♪ -- in new york city ♪ from that fine red wine from the vine and memphis wine. there's a stories like me and you ♪ ♪ give me some love ♪ some white yellow wine
somewhere ♪ ♪ give me some love [ cheers and applause ] >> steven tyler on a friday morning. more music ahead but first this is today i survived breast cancer. if the doctors hadn't caught it early i might not be sitting here. so i'm outraged that pat toomey voted to defund planned parenthood... ...which thousands of pennsylvania women depend on
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♪ ooh, ooh ♪ how y'all doing? ♪ come on, come on ♪ didn't i make you feel ♪ like you were the only girl ♪ yeah ♪ didn't i give you every thing a man possibly could ♪ ♪ honey you know i did ♪ but each time it comes on me again ♪ ♪ i want you to come on, come on, come on, come on ♪ ♪ and take i ♪ take a little piece of my
party baby baby ♪ ♪ have another piece of my heart now baby ♪ ♪ you know you did it. it makes you feel good ♪ ♪ oh, yes it did. oh, yes it did ♪ ♪ when you're out on the street looking good, baby in your haertd you know it ain't right ♪ ♪ baby, baby, baby, hear me when i call your name and i call it every night ♪ ♪ each time i tell myself that i can't stand the pain, i hold you near my heart and then i lose my pain ♪ ♪ want you to hold on and come on ♪ ♪ and take another piece of my
♪ come on ♪ take another piece of my heart ♪ break break another piece of my heart ♪ ♪ take another piece of my heart now baby ♪ ♪ you know you got it. yeah, yeah ♪ ♪ yeah, another piece of my heart now baby ♪ ♪ break another piece of my heart baby ♪ m ♪ yeah, another piece of my heart ♪ ♪ you know you got it, it makes you feel good ♪ ♪ yes, it did. oh, yeah ♪
[ cheers and applause ] gl thank you so much. more from steven tyler and more summer concert series. don't ferlgt his tour kicks off july 2 at the 53 neegs in las vegas. we're back at your local news. nbc 10 news starts now. >> good morning. just about 9:00. we are expecting wet stuff today. let's get our forecast. hi, bill. >> we have seen a few showers and there is a chance for more during the day. we'll see the clouds break for sunshine. the skies are brightening over wilmington. the chance of showers will be around today but it's gone for the weekend. low 80s this afternoon for
philadelphia and delaware. bright sunshine saturday and sunday for the first weekend of summer. the next round holding off until monday in philadelphia. a chance of showers and thunderstorms and a warm afternoon tuesday near 90 in philadelphia. 88 degrees for delaware. >> all right, bill. thank you. the mother of a 4-year-old girl shot and killed in her north philadelphia home has been answering questions at police headquarters throughout the night. the child was shot in the head in a bedroom of the house on north 20th street yesterday afternoon. police say the 3-year-old and her sister were in the home at the time of the shooting but they won't say who pulled the trigger. investigators are looking into it and waiting on an autopsy. a tractor-trailer collided with a car at broad and walnut in center city. the car ended up underneath a trailer. the driver was shaken up and was taken to the hospital. today the philadelphia police academy will hold a graduation ceremony for the latest class of cadets.
more than 50 new recruits will be honored after completing eight months of training. also this morning the championship game of the annual carpenter cup classic will be played at citizens bank park. philadelphia catholic will play suburban one american continental. the high school baseball tournament began earlier this month. we'll have another update for you coming up in 25 minutes. you can get the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 app. back to chothe "today" show. we'll see you in a half hour.
this morning on today's take our buddy christian slater from the hit show mr. robot. then be very afraid shark week is back. we have a sneak peek. and if it walks like a duck and talks like a duck it must be the duct tape festival. all that and more coming up. >> from nbc news this is today's take with al roker, willie geist and tamron hall all from studio a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome, it is a friday morning and a special day, steven tyler is wrapping up the set on june 24, 2016.
inside studio 1 a i'm here with dylan and al. walk this way, that groundbreaking collaboration between aerosmith and run dmc. >> how does he still get that voice up there? >> after all those years of doing it? how does it not pop out of your chest? >> and he's got the look and the fingernails and the hair. >> and he smells great. >> he smells fresh. >> steven tyler. >> i don't know if it's a fresh soap or whatever. >> it was quite delightful. >> do you have his picture? >> he was rubbing dylan's tummy. >> that's for good luck. >> oh, you got that in there.
if you watched at 8:30 this happened, but i need to like hide my excitement more. >> there was that fine moment but no, he does smell good. >> speaking of exciting moment, al roker we have our ghost bu busters theme song. we grew up on it. there it is. ♪ something strange in your neighborhood ♪ >> there's a new ghost busters coming out the new version from fall outb boy and missy elliot. ♪ who can you call? ♪ ghost busters. >> i don't mind it. >> i think it will grow on you, so it has been down loaded like
1.5 times and shocker twitter had mixed reviews, i don't think a lot of folks aren't going to be happy unless this is frame for frame, with the original cast, original music. and that's not the point. >> the nitpicking from this movie from the beginning has been unreel. who's in the cast. i don't like her i don't like him. >> how about you go see it before you goat aet all worked about it. how about this? get a life. >> i read something that said the original song is dorky, that's what it is. it is a song about ghost busters. >> yeah, it's not science, it's not really science, it's a comedy, so wait till july 15th when the movie comes up.
until then, live your life and go on. you know who we need here to talk about this is ben affleck. >> he would defend it just as he defended tom brady. he's a die hard patriots fan. he was on the bill simmons show, they started talking a about the deflate gate. >> it's so bleeping stupid. i talked to profootball players across the board they think it is bleep. >> he's on hbo he's a grown man and can say whatever he wants. >> i've experienced it myself. that is the conversation around every new england dinner table over deflate gate.
i may have said a few things myself. >> he did the same thing inside the actor studio. >> he gets worked up. [ laughter ] >> i have to tell you i watched that show live and i was laughing because i had the exact same conversation with my cab driver. i greed with everything ben affleck said, i didn't agree with everything ben affleck said, but and the cab driver is still talking about it. i tried to excerpt something the cab driver said but i can't use his words either. posting on reflection 12 expletives probably would have been sufficient. we boston fans have been known for our subtle subtlety. >> some folks say he might have been a little tipsy perhaps. >> i didn't see that. i just thought he was worked up about his team.
>> yeah, because if you see him get worked up on other shows, your boston accent comes out. >> they're just jealous of tom brady that's the problem. yeah, that's what the cab driver said, not so many wards, they're all jealous of tom. >> i'm sure the new england holidays the table will be fired up with this. do you have a plan with your families versus the inlaws? >> i think one time we go to our house next year we go to christi christina's family. >> because they lived in georgia we kind of got a little bit of a pass on that, which she reminded me of. you know i have to put up with your family every holiday. the least you could do.
>> it has to do with the spouse and not so much the inlaws. a woman asked is there a polite way to remind my inlaws that i have a family too. basically the response is it's not just with the inlaws b but s how your husband or wife -- >> they have to support you. >> i have family up in boston, and down in new jersey, do you spend time with your mom, your dad, go somewhere else? >> we are blessed because your families are all about 30 minutes at each other, so we can do christmas morning at one house and then christmas eve the other day.
>> i hope it gets easier after the baby. >> no, no, that's what happens it gets harder. >> we have to try to figure this out. but the important thing is to do it ahead of time. >> that's true. >> so you kind of ma lay expectations early and if you say this is what we're going to do then you kind of move on. >> it is tricky when you get married because you have life long traditions and you have to give, oh, we're going to your house? i've been doing this my whole life because it's christmas eve. >> that's right. how about friday fish bowl? wait a minute. are you pregnant. >> please be embarrassing. >> what song always gives you goosebumps? >> oh, that's hard i can't think of a song right now off the top
of my head. >> what about a steven tyler song. >> matt, george jones, that song does give me chills. >> dancing with my father by luther van droze. >> if you could meet anyone in time who would it be? >> that's easy jesus christ. >> you're going way back. >> who would you call for bail money? >> that's a great question. like who's that one phone call? >> my brother chris. >> because there would be no judgment. >> right. exactly. >> if you could eliminate one thing from your schedule, what could would it be an why? these are hard ones. >> pass. pass. >> i don't like my schedule. >> would you rather be invisible
or be able to read minds. i think both of these are so creepy neither one. i guess invisible. >> knowing what people are thinking, you don't want to get up in there. don't get all up in there. >> what quote can you recite by heart? >> we're going to need a bigger boat. >> putting contacts in. >> a retro answer. >> i wasn't listening to anything you guys are saying. >> yeah i kind of hate putting my contacts in. >> where so if you were just tuning in like 20 minutes ago, dylan pulled a question out of the bowl. >> if we could have read your mind. that would have been fantastic. >> okay then, let's show you what we have going on. it has been a crazy wildfire stn. right now we have a number burning out of control in california just across the
sbri entire country we have had on average the biggest amount we have had 1.2 million in 2012, look at 2016, fire season is not over and almost 2 million acres burned and more coming. red flag warnings for much of southern california with relative humidity as low as 8 to 10%. and no break from the temperature. from the east to southeast temperature way above average, orlando going to be up to 97 and chicago 91 on sunday. 97 in tulsa, good morning. i'm bill henley. we are tracking lingering showers this morning and a chance of them this afternoon. also seeing sunshine. warming us into the 80s for
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back now with our good friend christian slater premiering in mr. row boat. a cybersecurity engineer by day and hacker by night. >> christian plays mr. robot himself. if you don't want to hear it hit mute for a moment. >> people are looking for the remote control everywhere right now. >> christian, good morning. [ laughter ] >> good morning. >> that's how you do a spoiler alert. >> yeah, everybody should do it that way. >> what can you tell us about this new season? >> the only thing i can tell you about season two is i can't tell you about season two.
i don't know, it is one of those frustrating shows where you really have to hold your cards very close and sort of keep things to yourself, but i'm very excited about it. >> this kills you because you have a hard time keeping secrets, right? >> am i? i don't know. i'm kind of a locked vault. no, i don't think i can hold out. i did it the first season, so that was a good test. it was a good way to see if it would be possible for me not to let the cat out of the bag. >> we want to congratulate you again for getting the golden globe. >> it was a great night, great experience, got to say hello to a lot of wonderful people, said hello to harrison ford. >> i think this show, you're not going to be able to just jump right in and pick it right up so, you would suggest even if you have seen the first season
go back and watch the first season again because there's probably things you missed the first time around. >> that's certainly true, it is not a multitasking type of show, thes a show that you have to pay some close attention to and particularly i think even more with season two. these writers are pretty extraordinary and there are moments in this show that if you like freeze frame a still from the episode, you can actually go in there, scan the screen and it will give you some kind of clue as to what's actually going on. >> wow. >> so it is a lot of attention to detail. >> i'll give the spoiler -- no, here is what is going to happen. we are going to get inundated on twitter. >> here is all i'm saying this is from season one, may i feel free to talk about this. >> sure. >> i'll speak in vagus terms about it. something on this show is not what we thought it was.
>> something about you. >> something about you -- in fact a lot about you is not real. >> you're not even here right now. >> no, this is all just an illusion. >> is it part of your imagination? >> it is not only a show about technical things but really is a show about this young man elliot aldr son's psychological journey and feelings of isolation and loneliness and out of those feelings somebody he really loves and cares about begins to materialize. >> that's good. >> that's great. >> i worked until like 2:00 a.m. last night and was somehow able to formulate that sentence. >> closing my eyes and listening to your voice. >> oh, thanks. >> it's apex on archer fx series archer, slart playi -- slater
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not an all day rainfall. breaks of sunshine. 74 now with sunshine in the lehigh valley. 75 degrees in philadelphia. we'll see the temperatures warm into the upper 70s and low 80s this afternoon. more sunshine this afternoon. but during the afternoon, we may spot a shower even in philadelphia. >> thank you, bill. a local victim of the orlando massacre will be laid to rest. loved ones will remember akyra murray. she was 18 years old, the youngest victim of the mass shooting. she graduated from west catholic prep just a week before the attack. >> a shooting happened in march at a toll plaza in western p.a. and the ben simmons era in philadelphia. the 76ers will introduce him later today after selecting the play making guard forward from lsu first overall in the nba draft last night. we'll have another update in 25 minutes. you can get the latest news and
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this is an nbc special report. here is matt lauer and savannah guthrie. >> and good morning everyone in the wake of the "brexit" vote the markets here in the country have opened shaping up to be a very wild day in wall street. >> the dow is already down 200 schl reaction to leave the eu. olivia is watching the boards, what do you see? >> reporter: global markets are sailing off. nobody knows what is going to happen next. right now the dow jones is off by about 250 points.
that's a little better than what future indesks were indicating. that means mortgage rates are actually coming down. we heard from jenny allen saying if britain decides to leave the european union it would pose a risk, i'm watching the board it is ticking lower. we are now down 400 points, we're only over a minute in. shaping up for a wild day on wall street. i rarely have seen the kind of frenzy that we are seeing right now. >> there were only two possible outcomes of this stay or go, is there any indication of how long this could last? >> reporter: no traders are taking the bets, they are betting on which will be the
next european country to leave the european union they are bracing for the long haul and the economy and of course markets and economies are so interconnected it really is going to have an impact on the u.s. >> obviously this is a complex financial situation but the fears were if this vote tore to come to pass as it now has it could put the uk economy in recession and potential other economies around the world as well? >> reporter: that's exactly right, to the head of the uk to our central bank said it would be the wrong vote. but it fueled for britain to leave, there was a lot of ager toward immigration and one thing i kept hearing over and over is
we don't care what the experts say, that this would cause a large immediate impact on the economy and they just really didn't seem to care. this was more a vote just about passion. >> we will continue to watch as will we. let's turn to bill neilly. bill, the people have had a half a day to have this sink in but now watching the finances tumbling. >> reporter: they go the biggest political drop in britain. and now like any erarthquake we are seeing affects of that now. the prime minister values at stake is the breakup pure and simple of the union. now is the time to invent
another europe. the most powerful chancellor merkel says i greatly regret the uk decision and soberly says we need to stay calm and camposed. vice president joe biden saying we have a very special bond with you both and that will endure, but this is a historic vote. no one has voted to leave the european union since it was set up really to keep the peace in europe between france and germany after wwii, but there's a danger that not just the european union will break up with all asking for their right to have a say but the united kingdom itself might break up because already if scotland this morning its leader is saying we should have another independence voe vote to determine our place in
europe. this is like an earthquake seismic. >> not only did they wake up to hear that the poll had gone through the exit the union but also woke up to the news that david cameron their prime minister would resign. >> reporter: yes, one woman woke up and said she heard the news an just broke out crying. but there are people in other parts of britain celebrating. it showed the division and echos the trump campaign with an anti-establishment vote and the lead campaign here used the trump campaign partly as their play book. it was all about taking back control. well, they think they have got control now. let's see in the negotiations that are to come over the next two years how much control they have and the first thing they have to say is the new prime minister will come from the
conservative party. they won't have control of the new prime minister, that's for sure and that will happen by october. >> and president obama saying that this special relationship that is often talked about between the uk and u.s. will continue but president obama wanted them to remain in the european union and traveled there and said so and kaugcaugh little bit of heat for that. >> reporter: yes, i think margaret thatcher back to win -- churchill. i think it will continue on a militariry and diplomatic front, but when washington wants to pick up the phone and ring somebody in europe where will it ring? in berlin? as the leader if you like as the european union of 27 nations?
or will it ring london, that's the danger that britain's relationship is damaged if not diminished. >> thank you. let's go back to olivia sterns on the floor of the new york stock exchange on the update on the markets and talk a little bit about the currency markets as well. >> reporter: right now the dow jones is off a little bit over 500 points, the british pound is at its lowest level since 1985, one of the things that the case for leave britain was saying was that if the pound devalues exporters are going to be able to sell products more cheaply and get a boost, but that's not
going to play out because who are they going to trade with? and don't know what terms they're going to be trading on because now they all suddenly have to be renegotiated. it's a big problem for any businesses, it's worth checking if you have a 401(k) and people who do business in europe an with the uk. >> thank you. before that on the news, that is reverberating throughout the world as we speak. we have a lot more on msnbc and of course on nbc nightly news. >> this has been an nbc news special report. here is a look at your weekend out look. tomorrow gorgeous day in new england into the mid mississippi
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2004 the annual duct tape festival draws thousands around the world. this year you can see the pride in sculptures floats and fashion. >> how many rolls of duct tape did it take? >> we spared no expense and probably 90 to 100 rolls of duct tape. >> reporter: it is estimated that nearly 100,000 rolls of duct tape will be used. al, a duct tape slimer. i'm not on this float but i love this hat. >> your hand is up, cupped and you just push the air. are you ready for the parade? push the air. hundreds line the streets to get a glimpse of all creative ways
duct tape can shine. >> reporter: how many sculptures are at the festival? >> i believe we have about 15, created by the talented students at art institute of cincinnati. we have an empire state building, 25 feet tall weighs 600 pounds. see that little crack? nothing a little duct tape can't fix. >> we had a craft table that everyone got to take with them. >> reporter: finally my pies disresistan piesdisresistan piesdisreese's. you will see some amazing costumes. >> reporter: hey, can i be in the show with you guys?
>> yes. >> reporter: all right. i need an outfit though. >> juliana vasquez, come on give it a walk, girl. >> reporter: now i had to say a very special thanks to laura smith for creating my outfit and we have so many personalized outfit. al, we even got you a very special roll of tape -- >> it even smells like bacon. [ laughter ] >> this is awesome. i feel like somebody has to try this on. >> my head is so big i promise it won't fit in there. >> dillylan. >> all right. >> that's fantastic. >> thank you so much. >> all right. and it's back.
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will smith does not return, but jeff goldman does return, and the plot is similar to 1996 and aliens come to earth but not without another visual fight. it was not given to u.s. critics and that's usually a bad sign but european critics did see it and they're calling it good -- >> matthew mamaconehey. >> directed by gary ross who directed sea biscuit and shows him based on a true story and
from everything i'm hearing it's going to make you rethink about what you know about u.s. history. >> turning to shark week, what can we expect on discovery channel? >> it's basically reached a cult like status, beginning this sunday june 26th through july 3rd, game of thrones star lena headley is going to be on there fans are going to be having a lot of fun with this. >> season four premier happening this sunday, leah sh rivriver s in -- they're saying this has all the thrills you want for season four and i think leave is going to give out his a plus on this. jack rico killing the green jacket today. wel be'l
coming up this week on sunday today our profile famed auth author sebastian unger. we'll talk to him and his new book try all that and more coming up on sunday on sunday today. >> we have more kathy lee and hoda. that's all coming up after your local news and weather. everybody have a great weekend.
nbc 10 news starts now. good morning. just about 10:00 as we head into the first weekend of summer. let's get our forecast with bill henley. >> we are looking at sunshine breaking through the clouds. still a chance of an isolated shower during the day today but most of the day will be shower free. the temperatures headed into the 80s this afternoon. your weekend forecast, yes, 80s today. 70s at the shore. best chance of showers in new jersey and delaware and at the shore. a slight chance for the suburbs and into the lehigh valley.
saturday, nothing but sunshine. look at sunday, another sunny day, just a little bit warmer. thank you. today the 76ers will introduce top draft pick ben simmons who fans hope will lead the team to an era of success. this is the big moment at the nba draft in brooklyn last night. simmons put on the sixers hat as he made it to the podium to be congratulated by adam silva. the tro pickana casino is getting a $40 million investment. we'll bring in more people. the trop renovated hotel rooms put in a new nightclub and spa. and the 8th street bridge in allen town is closed until 3:00 this afternoon for construction work. the project is expected to be finished by the end of the year. today, the philadelphia police academy will hold a graduation ceremony for the latest class of cadets. 50 new recruits will be honored after completing eight months of
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