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>> i didn't call it that. >> i thought you did. did i call it that? i like it. good morning. trump's view. the president, sounding off on one of the world's most volatile hot spots. >> there's a chance that we could end up having a major, major conflict with north korea. absolutely. >> also, the war with isis. >> i will say, there is an end. and it has to be humiliation. >> and being president. >> this is more work than in my previous life. i thought it would be easier. >> this morning, we'll talk to the president's attorney general, jeff sessions. potent storms. severe weather set to slam the midwest and south today and into the weekend. dangerous flooding expected. tornadoes likely. al's tracking it all.
pray for my journey. pope francis' message to the faithful, as he gets to land in egypt this morning. his arrival within the hour. security extremely tight. we're live in cairo. and baby onboard. >> there he is. >> utah's garett bolles steals the opening night of the nfl draft by bringing his infant son on stage. showing him off to the crowd. ♪ circle of life >> the touching moment that has fans clearing, today, friday, april 28th, 2017. >> from nbc news, this is "today," with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> and good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a friday morning. i love it when future nfl stars go all disney on us. >> it's so cute. i'm thinking i would like to
start this show by holding charlie up in the air. the crowd loves it. so cute. >> more on the draft in a little while. we have a busy day. let's get to our top story. that surprisingly candid interview with president trump, as he opens up about the challenges facing his administration and the job of being president. and in a moment, we're going to have a candid conversation of our own, with attorney general jeff sessions. but first, nbc national correspondent, peter alexander is at the white house. peter, good morning to you. >> reporter: matt, good morning to you. day 99, now, for president trump. the president, this morning, in a new interview, saying the u.s. is considering serious action in north korea. also, offering a personal view of kim jong-un. refusing to say whether he thinks the young dictator isor . just ahead of his 100th day in office, keeping up tough tack on north korea, offering this
ominous warning. >> well, there's a chance that we could end up having a major, major conflict with north korea. absolutely. >> reporter: in an interview with reuters, released overnight, the president saying this about north korea's erratic dictator, kim jong-un. he's 27 years old. his father dies, took over a regime. so, say what you want, but that is not easy, especially at that age. rex tillerson will chair a special meeting of the u.n. security council today, focused on north korea, signaling an openness for the u.s. to have direct talks with the country. >> obviously, that would be the way we would like to solve this. but north korea has to decide they're ready to talk to us about the right agenda. >> reporter: tillerson indicating china has asked north korea to stop its nuclear testing. something a top north korean official swore this week would never happen. overnight, the country releasing this propaganda film, featuring simulated attacks on the white
house, the u.s. capitol building. the comments come as the white house is pushing back against new accusations it failed to properly vet ousted national security adviser, michael flynn. saying that flynn received top security clearance long before trump took office. >> why would you rerun a background check of someone who was the head of defense intelligence agency, that did and had maintained a high-level security clearance. >> reporter: but flynn was fired in 2013. and the trump transition did do its own background check on flynn and hired him anyway. now, the pentagon's inspector general saying it opened an investigation into flynn earlier this month, over payments he received in russia in 2015, and lobbying work for turkey last year. making news from the reuters interview, president trump acknowledging he misses life
before he entered the white house. take a listen. >> i loved my previous life. i had so many things going. i actually -- this is more work than in my previous life. i thought it would be easier. i thought it was more of a -- i'm a details-oriented person. i think you would say that. but i do miss my old life. this -- i like to work. that's not a problem. but this is actually more work. >> reporter: more than five months after his victory, the president says, he misses driving. and now, feels like he's living in a cocoon. matt and savannah, back to you. u.s. attorney general jeff sessions is here with us. >> good morning. nice to be with you. >> was michael flynn vetted by the trump transition team before being named the national security adviser? >> they work hard on vetting. they do the best they can. and i don't know what they did in that case. i'm not aware and not involved
in studying it. >> there's investigations under way. if it turns out that general flynn lied on his paperwork for that application, or if he continued to work for a foreign interest while he was the national security adviser, he may have committed a felony. and it will fall on your department to decide whether to prosecute him or let him go. you have already recused yourself from investigations involving any coordination between trump associates and russian officials. does that recusal extend to this area? to general flynn? >> my recusal deals with the campaign issues. but i would expect not to be involved in this one. >> you would recuse yourself from any decision dealing with general flynn? >> i don't know if there's an investigation or should be. and we don't confirm investigations in the department of justice. >> real quickly, his attorney says he's got a story to tell. and they'ved asked for immunity to exchange for testifying.
will he be given immunitimmunit? >> we'll see. the people to decide that will be the people to decide this. >> the president talked about this investigation from which you have recused yourself. the russia is a faux story. they use the russia story as a way to justify how they lost. your department of justice is investigating whether the trump campaign colluded with russia. is it a fake story or a real investigation investigation? >> that is to the matters of the new deputy. i recused myself to make the decisions. i'm not going to comment about the case. you know i can't talk about that case. >> but is it a legitimate area of investigation? >> i'm not going to go into that. i'm going to let the officials discuss it. >> do you agree with the president it's a fake story? fake investigation? >> i'll let others comment on that. >> we're almost at the 100-day
mark. and the president said, about the job of the president, this is more work than my previous life. i thought it would be easier. what do you think of that? >> well, it is a tough job. i got to tell you. and he works so hard. i mean, this man has tremendous strength and energy. and he works into the night every night. and so, it is a tough job. my job is a 12-hour-a-day job also. i have to tell you. it's exiting and thrilling. every now and then you feel like you're making a contribution to america. and i'm sure the president gets satisfaction for that. >> he gets point of candor that this is harder than i thought it would be. he is realizing, health care is more complicated th ed than i t. the issue of the dynamic between north korea and china is not as easy. should he have been more prepared? >> i think he's prepared and has a good philosophy and approach to it. but carrying out the approaches
and going through the minutia and the congress and all of the problems we have to execute change in america, is a real challenge. and it is frustrating, i'm sure, for businessmen on occasion. used to getting things done king quickly. >> the cia director said it was time to call out wikileaks for what it is, a hostile server embedded in places like russia. do you agree? >> we're having problems with leaks. some of this is very serious. not just a leak of abuse, a theft, or some whistle-blower or government. these are direct threats to the techniques and security procedures our government has. i'm worried about it. i think we need to do more to end this. we need to step up our efforts. >> do you afree with director pompeo, that wikileaks is a
state actor, working at the behealb behest of a state like russia? >> we're going to do our best ability to analyze these matters. the cia director shares with us, leaks and things that are appropriate. and we investigate them appropriately. >> it does beg the question, duds bodoes it bother you that candidate trump would say, i love wikileaks? >> they were putting out information -- political information i'm sure he valued. >> it's okay to embrace that organization if they're helping you politically? >> no. there are limits on what you can do to take people's private information off their computers. there's limits of what you can do to share intelligence, top-secret information with our adversaries. >> that what you call a
potpourri of poppic topics. >> thank you. the latest is promming calls for an investigation, while the inmate shook while strapped to the gurney. a reporter said kenneth williams appeared to convulse and jerk 20 seconds after the drug was administered. his attorney described that execution was horrifying. he is calling for a full investigation. a spokesman for arkansas' governor called it an involuntary muscular reaction. and says the state is unlikely to call for a review. now, to the high-profile trip by pope francis. in the wake of terror attacks on christian churches, security is a huge concern. keir simmons is in cairo. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. on thetinry, a church that was hit by a suicide bomber in december. you can see why many are nervous
and excited for this trip. a trip where the pope will meet the president of egypt, leaders of the muslim faith. he toughs down within the hour. pope francis, leaving rome earlier this morning. tweeting, pray for my journey. in egypt, preparation. isis struck churches here two weeks ago. and in february, an isis propaganda video urged follows to slaughter christians. the pope recording his own message. i am as a friend, a message of piece. the pope will travel in a closed vehicle, but not bullet-proof. >> we take the necessary precautions and the security takes care of us. >> reporter: egypt's security was criticized after bombs hit two churches in separate cities on palm sunday. 47 died. another attack before christmas,
captured on security footage, a church packed with worshipers and then, an explosion. egy egypt's hard-line president, who has met the pope in rome, held a state funeral. more muslims are killed here than any other group. but isis has declared war on egypt's christian community. >> a lot of victims. >> killed innocent people for what? >> reporter: catholics are a small minority. >> we are asking ourself if the pope will come in this conditions. and he himself said, i am coming to egypt. >> reporter: today, he will reach out to all faiths. >> bring joy, peace and love. >> reporter: christians, fearful but defiant. despite the isis threat, churches in cairo this week, packed. officials tell me, isis fighters driven from iraq may be returning here to egypt.
meanwhile, the government here has been criticized for a crackdown on islamists, opposition groups and journalists. you can see why, matt, this is a sensitive and high-risk trip for the pope. >> keir simmons in cairo. thanks very much. here at home, we're learning more about the settlement between united airlines and the passenger who was dragged off of a flight. tom costello has been on this one since the beginning. tom, good morning to you. >> reporter: hi, savannah. united airlines is opening that the turbulence by this debacle will start to settle. in lightning speed, since the incident occurred. this morning, united airlines is saying it's pleased to have reached an amicable resolution of what it calls this unfortunate incident. that incident, the brutal dragging of dr. david dao off of a united flight, that caused him
to lose two teeth and suffer a broken nose and concussion. details of the subtlement are not being made public. but in a statement, united has taken full responsibility on what happened on flight 3411. united is to be applauded. the airline promising more training for difficult situations. creative solutions for agents. fewer overbooked flights. and up to $10,000 for passengers willing to be bumped for later night flights. >> we breached public trust. >> reporter: arthur munoz told lester holt, apologies is not enough. there has to be action. cell phone videos shining a spotlight on almost everything that happens onboard a plane. like the recent confrontation between a mother and an american airlines flight aattendant, ove the removal of the stroller from
the plane, that left her in tears. a passenger removed from his flight, after getting up to use the restroom, during the critical moments while the plane was waiting to take off. despite instructions to stay seated. >> my bladder wasn't anything i had complete control over. >> reporter: the plane had to return to the gate, delaying takeoff. hamilton put on another airline for the flight home and refunded half the cost of his ticket. if the plane is moving on the ramp, you have to comply with the flight attendants' instructions. >> tom, thank you. a lesson on how not to approach a gas station. look at this surveillance video from detroit. a karl comes barreling in. running into the gas pump, on to the car in the next lane. there wasn't a fire. police believe the driver was fleeing the scene of another car crash, just minutes earlier. they're still looking for the suspect. >> something tells me there's
more to that story. let's go to al. we had rain all week. have we earned a good weekend? >> here we have. but other folks in the midsection of the country in rough shape. we're talking about severe weather and flooding over the next 72 hours. you can see the storms already, with snow behind it. but look at this for today. we have 24 million people at risk, from wichita falls and louisville, and hail. with the possibility of tornados from indiana to missouri. and tomorrow, we have more people, 33 million people at risk, for large hail, strong winds, tornado threat from texas to missouri. and a flooding threat, too. what's fueling all this? you heard about the pineapple express. we're talking about the myan express. the bermuda high moves to the west. that sets up this flow, this atmospheric river of moisture coming across the yucatan, where the mayan people originated. coming across the gulf and into the midwest, bringing tons of
moisture. torrential rain, significant flooding, from chicago down to almost dallas, about five inches of rain. but locally, in oklahoma to missouri, there could be 10 to 12 inches of rain, as we get into sunday on already saturated ground. ground. that's going to be a big, big ♪ once chocolate was the best thing you could ever, ever give her. and you know what? it still is. kay jewelers presents levian chocolate diamond jewelry. only levian, masters of jewelry design for centuries makes jewelry with chocolate diamonds levian. at kay the number one store for the chocolate she'll love forever. every kiss begins with kay. good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. clouds are clearing up, 80s this
afternoon. it will feel more like june. the clouds will be long gone this afternoon. we had some showers overnight in philadelphia. not so during the day. 84 degrees. sunny skies this afternoon. the suburbs into the 80s. interior new jersey warms into the middle 80s, while at the shore, 74 this afternoon. have a great day. >> and that's your latest weather. guys? >> all right, al. thank you. coming up, facebook's new war aens fake news. what if social network is doing to keep it off your feed. and two two for the killing gianni versace. his partner speaks out about
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expressway, so around belmont avenue, about an hour ago we had a crash on the eastbound side. taking out just the right-hand shoulder. it actually began as always lanes closed and one lane opened. and then to the shoulder. we had a huge drive time. it's improving. 35 minutes earlier. it was at 102. from the blue route to the vine, anchospeeds eastbound into the 20s. that was around gladwin. 295 southbound, a crash in the center plane. >> thanks. this is day two of the nfl draft experience along the ben franklin parkway. fun, food, and football, including a play zone for little ones and a zip line. rounds two and three begin at 7:00 tonight. the eagles picked tennessee defense end derek barnett in the first round last night. you can count on us for more on the nfl draft.
♪ 7:30, now. friday morning, 28th of april, 2017. i think this is the first time all week, we haven't seen umbrellas and ponchos on the folks outside. it's a beautiful day. we're excited to go out and say hello. >> big crowd out there. >> i know. >> back inside studio 1 a. let's look at the headlines of the morning. president trump says there's a chance the u.s. could end up in a, quote, major, major conflict over north korea's nuclear and ballistic missile prom programs. while he hopes to solve things diplomatically, it's proving to be difficult. congress has until midnight tonight to pass a funding bill and avert a government shutdown.
with time running out, republican leaders expect to pass a one-week stop-gap measure that would give them time to negotiate a larger deal. and more dreams will be made in philadelphia tonight during the second round of the nfl draft. it got under way last night with the cleveland browns selecting texas a&m's myles garrett with the first overall pick. but check out the star of the night. kingston bolles. his dad brought him on stage, when was drafted by the denver broncos. gave him a kiss and wrapped them up in that jersey. >> this is what happens when they give sports stories to us. how about the baby? also this morning, after facing its criticism for spreading fake news during the election, facebook is cracking down and shutting down tens of thousands accounts. nbc's gabe gutierrez is
following this story for us. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. facebook is acknowledging what the intelligence community has been saying for months, fake news is all-too real. the social media giant is looking to combat what it calls information operations, that are trying to manipulate public opinion. this morning, facebook is waging war against the spread of fake news. >> they're just a bunch of fake users with online lives that you manage, right? >> reporter: the growing problem right out of the show vacation. get outraged. >> reporter: but the truth may be stranger than fiction. according to a new company report known as the whitepaper the profiles on facebook can be used by governments to manipulate opinion. >> the whitepaper that facebook released is all about tracking
down the sources far lot of the fake news. they're looking at not only the source, but the distribution methods that the actors are using. >> reporter: the report says the problem goes beyond just posting fake news stories. but amplifying them, with coordinated likes to boost their reach, as well as sending false friend requests and convincing links, leading to malicious software. the stakes are global. facebook deleted 30,000 accounts before the france election. and russia used the propaganda machine to influence the 2016 election. and following this warning from then-president obama. >> if we can't discriminate between serious arguments and propaganda, then we have problems. >> reporter: at the time, critics zeroed in on facebook, with ceo mark zuckerberg initially dismissing the impact at a technology conference. >> personally, i think the idea
that fake news on facebook, of which, it's a very small amount of the content, influenced the election in any way, i think is a pretty crazy idea. >> reporter: in its new report, facebook maintains that the impact of fake news was marginal during the u.s. election. still, the company says it's taking action to make sure authentic debate in the future. >> gabe gutierrez, thank you. let's go to mr. roker for another check of the weather. >> we're going to be looking at 80-degree temperatures in parts of the northeast and near-90. we're talking about wet weather out west. look at what happened. this landslide, in northern california. i-10, one lane is closed, because of all of the debris on the road. fortunately, nobody injured. and motorists credit the caltrans workers for saving a lot of lives and property damage out there. we're also talking about a big
winter storm. this is a high-impact late-april storm coming into the rockies and parts of the west. as the storm system takes its sweet time moving to the east, it will cause dangerous travel, power outages and a lot of trees down, from denver down to new mexico. denver, about three inches of snow. as you get to the south and east of denver, we're going to be to the west of denver, talking about anywhere from 6 to 12 inches of snow. rest of the country, we're going to look at record highs through the southeast today. severe storms in the midwest and along the west coast. we're expecting gorgeous weather from s good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. clouds are clearing out. temperatures warming. into the 80s this afternoon. it's going to feel more like june than the last days of april. lehigh valley, up to 82 degrees, along with delaware. any clouds this morning will be long gone this afternoon. we had some showers overnight in philadelphia. not so during the day. 84 degrees.
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investigates the case. here's keith morrison. >> reporter: gianni versace did what he wanted with glitter and sex appeal. and the fashion world came running. model beverly johnson adored him. here comes this designer that's burst on the scene, who loves women and loves women's bodies. >> reporter: suddenly, everything went sexy. >> everything went sexy. >> reporter: versace's friend, ha hal rubenstein met versace. >> he was staring at everybody. he was making eye contact. how are you not going to say hello? >> reporter: of course. versace never gave safety a second thought. his long-time partner, antonio d'amico remembers. did you worry about him? he was a big star. >> well, i never worried about him. >> reporter: there was versace, july 15th, 1997. it was 8:45 in the morning.
he was walking home, alone, from the famous south beach news cafe. journalist marie north. >> he walked up right behind him and shot him in the head. >> reporter: two bullets. execution-style. and then, the shooter just walked away. >> i heard the shot. my heart stopped. something said to me, something happened. anyway, so, i run out and i saw gianni laying down in the stairs in the blood. >> reporter: miami beach homicide chief george navarro raced to the scene and was confronted by another surprise. >> an fbi agent approaches me and says to me, i think we may know someone that may have done this. >> reporter: the agent told him the fbi and police from at least three other states had been chasing a spree killer named
andrew cunanan for three months. they believe that versace was just his latest victim. and eight days later, a stranger fired a gun in an abandoned houseboat in north miami beach and police just knew. after a four-hour standoff -- >> come on, now. let's go. >> reporter: -- they went in. >> we went upstairs without touching anything. we had booties on and gloves. went up there and looked at him. >> there was no doubt. it was him. he killed himself. but the questions persist, what drove him? could more have been done to stop andrew cunanan? >> can see more on that case on the victims and the interview that went with versace's partner, tonight on a two-hour "dateline" investigation, 9:00, 8:00 central time. i remember being down there in miami on that morning this thing came to a busineszarre ending.
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orange room and our control room. it was take our daughters and sons to work today. let me swipe that for you, sorry. we had a lot of fun. this wasn't the only place where kids were calling all of the shots. we go to the white house. and sean spicer took questions from a much young eer press cor. that was a special morning briefing. this photographer's son was all-business, taking that shot of speaker paul ryan, his news conference. but when he put the camera down, of course, you have to get the dad in. not once, but multiple dads. paul ryan cannot escape that dab. and no matter how big a star you are, kids will be can is. look at what happened at oprah's office. >> your dad works here. $10, what's my name? ten seconds. nine, eight, seven -- how many "o" names are there?
oprah. oprah. >> there you go. back here at 30 rock, there you go, check out this picture here. we got lester, tracked down his son, stephan. stephan's studio is right next to "nightly news." but look at lester's feet. standing on his tipty toes there. he said, on my toes, hoping for another inch. but busted by the photo. i had fun with my kids, jack and edda. they were excited to meet the anchors but more excited for the chocolate croissant. can you put up the ladies of "today." what was going on here? >> we were shooting that's going to air on the "today" show in a couple of weeks. moms hanging out and drinking wine. kathie has a strong pour. it was noon. i was blotto. >> we have to do that for
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a few minutes before 8:00. good morning, i'm tracy davidson. meteorologist bill henley has the most accurate neighborhood forecast for this friday. bill? we had showers overnight. as you see, they are long gone. that sunshine's coming up. the view from here at the nbc10 studios. the temperatures also coming up. now 62 in south jersey. delaware up to 66. the light fog that was around first thing in delaware is gone. 59 in the suburbs. 62 in the lehigh valley. we will warm into the 80s this afternoon. in fact, it's going to be a quick warmup by 2:00 this afternoon into the 80s. still quite warm heading into the evening hours. >> thanks. if you're heading out, let's check the roads with nbc10's first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington. watching the blue route around the springfield area. approaching route 1, a crash here. over into the right-hand shoulder. we are seeing slow speeds. the same pretty much in both
directions. things moving to the shoulder, not bothering any of the lanes. in lower providence, watch for an accident around wedgewood way. this morning, we're monitoring an investigation into the shooting death of a delaware state trooper in new castle county. this house was torn apart during a 20-hour standoff between police and a suspected cop killer. it ended yesterday when officers shot and killed burgon sealy jr. authorities are trying to figure out why he shot trooper steven ballard in the convenience store parking lot on wednesday. police in princeton are searching for a peeping tom. they say the man in this sketch followed a woman into the restroom and peeked through a crack in the stall. if you recognize him, call princeton police. today is day two of the penn relay at franklin field. people from all over are competing including english garner from voos he'-- english from voorheis.
♪ it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, shining a light amid the growing controversy over the popular series, 13 reasons why. its executive producer, selena gomez, speaks out. what she's saying about it this morning. as we take a closer look at the struggles of families, coping with mental health issues. plus, tis the season. sneezing, itchy eyes and running noses. allergies are hitting hard this year. we called in the doctors for some relief. and back together. a dog and his owner finally reunited. but it's unlike any reunion you've seen. the reaction that will have you smiling today, april 28th, 2017. ♪
>> today is -- fri -- >> day. >> fri -- >> day. >> we're celebrating something. what's happening? >> we're turning 10 today. >> what's happening? >> 50 years married today. ♪ >> where are you guys from? >> all the way from alabama. >> we have some runners in the house. where are you guys going? >> from the corn to the apple. ♪ >> okay. here we go. good to see you. we're back, now, 8:00 on a friday morning. it's the 28th day of april, 2017. oh,man. we said it earlier. we sahave a nice day in new yor city, after some rain earlier in
the week. we have a huge crowd. >> it's a great crowd. >> enormous. >> it's like the sky has parted, the sun came out and the crowds came. >> i hope they don't think there's a concert. >> we have a lot to get to. let's get to the top stories. here's the news at 8:00. >> reporter: i'm kristen welker at the white house, where president trump is on the cusp of marking 100 days in office. the key benchmark comes as he is wrapping up his rhetoric with north korea, after that country vowed to launch a nuclear test. the president warned of a major, major conflict with north korea. yet, the president stressed his focus is diplomacy. new questions about the president's uousted national security adviser michael flynn. the inspector-general is investigating flynn over payments from russia and turkey.
pentagon documents show the intelligence agency warned flynn not to accept foreign money without approval. jeff sessions responded to questions about whether he will recuse himself from the flynn investigation. >> my recusal deals with the campaign issues. but i would expect not to be involved in this one. >> you would recuse yourself from any decision dealing with general flynn? >> i really don't know there's an investigation or should be. and we don't confirm investigations in the department of justice. >> reporter: meanwhile, the president also told reuters about his job. this is more work than in my previous life. i thought it would be easier. president trump travels to atlanta later today. matt? >> kristen welker at the white house. kristen, thank you very much. pope francis traveled overnight to egypt, bringing a message of peace, after a wave of terrorist attacks on christians there. nbc's keir simmons is in cairo. keir, good morning to you. >> reporter: matt, good morning again. the pope is set to touchdown any
moment now. he is inside egyptian air space. television channels are offering live coverage. and along the 12-mile route from the airport to the city here, we're told there's security every few hundred yards because isis has threatened to slaughter christians in this country. the pope himself will go to a church that was hit by an isis suicide bomber. he will meet with leaders of the muslim faith with a message of peace and friendship. so important. >> all right, keir. thank you very much. up next, candidate donald trump promised to bring back jobs. do voters believe he lived up to that promise. and selena gomez on why her series on teen suicide has prompted warnings from schools. and a dog's priceless reaction once it real
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these days? before you answer, let me tell you about one mom who decided to take a stand. she wrote a letter to her 10-year-old daughter's teacher, saying her daughter was done with homework. it reads, maya will be drastically reducing the amount of homework she does this year. she has been stressed doing two to three hours after getting home at 4:30 is leaving little time to enjoy family time. signed maya's mom, in crayon. the mom says, the kids need downtime as we all do. and it's gotten crazy. >> i have three kids. two of them get a lot of homework. i don't mind homework if it's the right kind of homework. i don't like read and repeat. or fill in the blank. i'm all for homework. >> little kids, two to three hours? >> my 8-year-old has 40 minutes every day. >> is it necessary to reinforce something they learned that day?
i don't know. i'm against homework. >> the people that do homework every night, we can co-miss rate commiserate a little bit. we've seen cakes, and balloons and fish bowls at the "trending" table. but we haven't seen this yet. someone likes golf. this caught our eye. that's espn anchor peter burns and his wife. he's about to hit a specially designed golf ball that will define the gender. a cloud of pink or blue. >> do they know? >> pink. >> he's got a pink shirt on. >> that looks like 7 at pebble. >> 7 at pebble. >> i guess they're having a girl. >> he was wearing a pink shirt. >> he knew. but she didn't seem like she knew. >> i think that's a tape for their friends and family. >> she's got a blue one. maybe they were just -- >> someone put the ball down for
them. they didn't know. >> that's cute. >> they didn't know. >> that's why one had blue, one had pink. >> cute. if you didn't believe a dog was a man's best friend, you're going to after seeing this video. a north carolina man was in the hospital for five weeks. he lost a lot of weight. when he got home, his dog doesn't recognize him. he starts barking and barking. and wait until the dog gets a little closer. and he starts to recognize his smell. take a look. >> there you go. >> oh. >> there you go. >> beautiful, right into his arms. >> i love there was such a defined moment when the dog registered, that's my master. that's him. and the love and joy just coame out. >> he's doing the snoopy dance. carson, pioneer of "pop start" take it away. >> we're going to start with
selena gomez. she hosted the we charity event, aimed at bringing communities together with tools to succeed. she spoke for the first time, since a controversy surrounding her hit show, "13 reasons why." it's a drama about teen suicide. and here's what selena had to say. >> we stayed true to the book. that's initially what jay asher created. a complicated and suspensible story. that's what we wanted to do. we wanted to do it justice. it's going to come no matter what. it's not an easy subject to talk about. but i'm fortunate and overwhelmed. very proud of it. >> a lot of people talking about "13 reasons why." are you watching that? >> my daughter has seen one episode. >> it's been in the news a lot. i know. if your weekend plans are to rock 'n' roll all night, you are in luck. the rock 'n' roll hall of fame induction ceremony will air on hbo. some of this year's inductees
include journey, tupac and pearl jam. david letterman introduced pearl jam, gaving a heartfelt speech. and we'll give a little of pearl jam's performance. ♪ i'm still alive i, oh, i'm still alive ♪ >> new hall of famers with their hit, "alive." that was pearl jam. >> eddie vedder is still a babe. alicia keys performed, lenny kravi kravitz. it's on tomorrow at 8:00 on hbo. finally, harry styles. the singer announced his world tour. his self-titled debut album is out, on may 12th. the single, "sign of the times" already a massive hit, topping the charts in more than 84 countries. he did that the day it was released. >> wow. >> speaking of concerts, we have big news to announce today in "pop start."
do you want to know who is going to be kicking off our summer concert series? kicking it off. a drumroll, if that's possible. kicking it off, harry styles. >> hey, now. >> harry styles, his world tour will start right here on "today." >> wow. >> harry styles. >> they have been waiting for the announcement. harry just put it out on social media. it corresponds with our "pop start" segment today. and it starts on may 9th. >> ladies, you must go home between now and may 9th. you're not allowed to stay here. [ screams ] >> we're going to have our full announcement of the summer concert lineup. a lot of great, great names. we're going to reveal that. >> when? >> i'm not sure when. [ laughter ] >> sorry. didn't mean -- >> i don't know exactly when. >> in a future "pop start." >> next week. >> thank you very much. al, what do you have?
>> i don't know. let's show you what we are talking about. we do have strong storms firing up and the risk of severe weather, really stretching over the next 72 hours. for today, stretching from texas, all the way into ohio. 24 million people at risk, for possible tornadoes. indiana, illinois, kentucky and missouri. on saturday, 33 million folks at risk. the threat from texas to missouri. a large hail and damaging winds and a lot of rain. and on sunday, we have 8 million folks at risk, from new orleans all the way up to paducah, kentucky. hail and isolated tornadoes. flash flood watches and warnings from illinois into arkansas and back into parts of oklahoma, anywhere from five to seven inches of rain. but we could see a foot of rain before it's all over. that's what's going on arod the coununtr . good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. clouds are clearing up. temperatures warming into the 80s this afternoon. it's going to feel more like
june than the last days of april. lehigh valley, up to 82 degrees along with delaware. any clouds this morning will be long gone this afternoon. we had some showers overnight in philadelphia. not so during the day. 84 degrees with sunny skies this afternoon. in the suburbs, into the 80s. andin tier tier new jersey in the middle 80s. at the shore, 74 this afternoon. have a great day. >> that's your latest weather. matt? >> thank you very much. more of our special series, "in trump they trust." as we approach the 100th100th d the trump presidency, nicolle wallace has been talking to voters who helped to send him to the white house. >> erie county, pennsylvania, was one of the most dramatic upsets of the election. thousands of democrats crossed party lines to vote for donald trump. for one reason -- jobs. hopes were high when we visited them in january. and here's the feeling now --
that sound you hear, it marks the end of another shift at the g.e. plant in erie. since he lost his job, dave lock hears something else. >> i hear the horn. it used to mean something. i used to work there. >> reporter: last november, this lifelong democrat and proud union member channeled his frustration into a vote for donald trump. >> i liked his boldness, his bluntness. i like the fact that he's a businessman. he wanted to bring business back to this country. there's a lot riding on this for me and my family. >> we've watched our middle class shrink, as we've exported our jobs and wealth. >> it's hard to put into words when you lose it all. >> reporter: has he delivered? or does he look like he's going to deliver at the 100-day mark? >> i think he's trying. i think he's working on it. i don't think the 100-day mark is a fair measure for any president. >> reporter: do you feel better than you felt under the last president? >> i think we're scared. it's because of the situation me
and my family are in. i'm out of work. i don't think it matters who is in office right now. my family is scared. >> reporter: judy phelps likes her hockey players to be tough. and she likes the same from her president. >> we have begun to drain the swamp. >> i like that. >> reporter: that's one of the reasons the lifelong democrat voted for donald trump. >> i think he's like a lone wolf. a lone wolf. sticking up for what he believes. he's not like any other president in the past. >> reporter: your advice for president trump before the inauguration was a to think before you speak. >> engage your brain before it comes out of your mouth. >> reporter: some people think he's not particularly attached to the truth. that he says things like, president obama wiretapped him. >> those things bother me. i did not like that. but i thought, we're going to
find out sooner or later. >> the fbi director said it was not true. so, we know. >> the fbi director has not been reasonable in the past. >> reporter: do you believe the fbi director? >> i take it with a grain of salt. >> people are tired of lies. >> i still support him. i do not trust the politicians. i mean, that's more and more clear to me. and i knew that he was going to have one heck of a rough time. it's not over. >> reporter: when we were here back in january, scott slauson, the head of g.e.'s union, said something surprising. you told me that half of the union membership, were voting for trump. why haven't democrats filled this vacuum? >> that's a good question. >> reporter: have any of the democrats called you and asked why did this happen? >> not one. it goes back to the reason that donald trump won. politicians stopped listening to the little people.
>> i lost my job. i'm in my 40s. i have to go back to school to be retrained to find something to support our family. they don't know what that struggle is like. >> reporter: back in february, dave hoped to see some results after 100 days. >> you know, i would like to see at the 100-day mark that ground has been broken on this new plant or they started looking at hiring. >> reporter: do you see enough news and information about his efforts on jobs? >> probably not. but i think there's a lot bigger, hotter topics right now, between syria and korea and all of that. >> reporter: do you think that donald trump can win erie again if he doesn't do something noticeable to the economy in erie? >> i think it will be a lot tougher for him because erie is a hard-working community. we don't have jobs to work hard at. and something to be proud of. he'll be called out on it, for sure. i love this town. i don't want to leave it if i can help it. we need the jobs. we need the industry back. i need to know that erie can survive. >> so, you know, we talk about
trump's voters. we lump a lot of them into categories. but what i have found in erie, more than anywhere else, this was a vote made out of pain, out of desperation and out of what may seem to us, like fanciful hope. but they bet the house on donald trump. and when i spend time with them, i hope for them that they were right. >> yeah. you could use the word frustration, suspicion, in terms of how they feel about politicians in general in washington as a whole. >> right. >> we're rooting for them. that's for sure. >> thank you. in the meantime, monday marks the start of national mental health awareness month. and a new initiative, speak ul for kids. well-known athletes, actors and politicians are opening up about the personal struggles they have faced and their triumphs. >> i have obsessive-compulsive disorder and a general anxiety disorder. ♪
>> i have adhd. ♪ >> i have depression. ♪ >> i had a teacher tell me that i would never amount to anything. and i would never be successful. >> and michael phelps is going to win gold. >> when i was a kid, this was a cure for dyslexia. smarten up. smarten up. smarten up. thank you, welcome to "the tonight show." >> it feels like it's never going to end. and it does. oh, boy. thank you. what i would tell my younger self about having anxiety is that as i've gotten older, i've learned how to manage it with so many tools that have led to me living a pretty normal and exciting and vibrant life. >> i would tell my inner self to squeeze my dog tightly and to read a book and to meditate and
to breathe and understand i'm not alone. >> sometimes you feel so dark and you isolate. and you question yourself. and you think, what did i do to feel like this? it's a chemical imbalance. >> having anxiety might be indicative of other beneficial, positive characteristics. >> one great thing about being dyslexic, you tend to focus like a laser beam. you find something you can do well, you go right there to become successful. >> i'm an actor, a comedian and a judge and i got a lot of mental health issues. since i've spoken out about it, i have coping skills and i'm doing well. don't be quiet. tell people. >> talk to your mother. talk to a teacher. talk to your best friend. >> once i found that it was okay to talk to somebody and seek help, that has changed my life forever. and now, i'm able to live life to its fullest. >> dr. herald capowicz is also
the president of the child mind institute. good to see you. when you look at the numbers, it's really astounding. 17 million children in our country have a mental health disorder. what kinds of disorders? >> we're talking about the fact this is the most common illnesses of childhood adolescence. someone knows and loves these children. if it's not your son or daughter, it's your niece or nephew. it's autism, adhd, depression, obsessive compulsion disorder. all psychiatric illness, occurs before age 4 and before 14. that's when you should identify and treat it. if i have a symptom for ten years, much harder to treat than a symptom that's six months old. >> back to the numbers -- is it that they've increased or that we're more aware of them? >> we're getting better
identification. and we're starting to do more science. the more science we do, the more we recognize that it's about the brain and not about your parenting. you know, you can get angry that your parents gave you bad jeans. but it's not the way your mother works or didn't work. or your father and mother got divorced. it's the fact that certain kids are more vulnerable than others. >> let's talk about the news. the series, "13 reasons why." a lot of young teens are watching it. it's premised on a teen's suicide. i know you have strong feelings whether teenagers should be watching this or all. >> 90% of all of the teenagers who commit suicide have a psychiatric disorder. and that's 5,000 teenagers this year. and 600,000, one every 2 1/2 minutes, will make an attempt that leads to the emergency room. that means that this show should be pulled off the air immediately. teenage suicide is contagious. we know for over three decades that when kids watch television where they depict a suicide, they're more likely to attempt
and they're more likely to actually suicide. the problem with "13 reasons" is that it shows you that when you're in trouble as a teenager, there is no help, you're hopeless. and that suicide is glamorous and effective. that's not the message we want them to have. we want the message that my younger self gives. these are prominent people that say, when i spoke up, i got help, i can have a great life. >> and hopefully the celebrities who talk about it, will help erase the stigment. thank you for being here. if you want more information on mental health, go to today.com. just ahead, dr. travis stork is here, to talk about the allergy season and how to conquer it. first, your local news.
nbc 10 news starts now. 8:26. i'm tracy davidson. let's check the weather with meteorologist bill henley. he's got your most accurate neighborhood forecast. >> a beautiful friday. temperatures already in the 60s and climbing. 67 in new jersey. the lehigh valley is up to 62 and 66 degrees in delaware. look at the sunshine for the suburbs. 64 degrees right now. we will see it warm into the 80s this afternoon. the humidity stays low today. but starts creeping into the area tomorrow. >> all right, bill. thanks for that. now let's check with jessica and find out what's happening on the roads. >> watching the boulevard. ridge avenue, we have an accident scene just underneath the overpass here, the northbound traffic slow moving by this scene for now. and all morning we have been watching this in clayton, both
directions of route 47 blocked and detoured around academy street because of an earlier crash and poles blocking the votes now. >> thanks for that. district attorney seth williams faces a crime. he can ask for a delay of his trial, scheduled right now to begin on may 31. the grand jury indicted him on bribery and fraud charges. williams pleaded not guilty. today is also day two of the nfl draft experience along the ben franklin parkway in philadelphia. rounds two and three begin tonight at 7:00. the eagles pick derek barnett in the first round last night. welcome to philly. we'll have another update in 25 minutes. you can always get the latest news and weather with the free nbc 10 app. "today" show begins in a couple minutes. thanks for watching. have a great day. we just moved into this house
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sunshine. >> welcome. good morning. 8:30 now. it's a friday morning. it's the 28th of april, 2017. say hello to an adorable crowd out on our plaza. we are just enjoying this weather. it's going to get better tomorrow. >> i mean, there's a lot of cute people on the plaza. one stands above all the rest. hold on. hold on. hold on. hi, harvey. say hi. >> look at harvey. >> a little florida gator. >> love the hat. >> my gosh. >> that's a great old-school name. >> harvey looks like good people. >> are you having withdrawal? >> i am now. you can't help it. good news or bad news?
>> good news. >> i'm going to start with the bad news. the bad news is, the pollen count is about to explode. so, if you're suffering from allergies, that's not good. the good news is, dr. travis stork from "the doctors" is here. he's about to teach us ways to cope. >> maybe dr. stork will deliver. >> there you go. >> i got it. and check it out. he's kind of unrecognizable. josh groban is here with his fellow cast mates. you have to look closely. you see? there he is. >> wow. >> that's from the show "natasha, pierre and the comment of 1812." . they're helping us close out our broadway week in a huge way. >> let's get a check of the weather. >> "today's weather" is brought to you by zales. celebrate your love with a gift from zales, the diamond store. >> what do you say we check out our weekend, and what we got in
store for you, starting with saturday. more flooding making its way through the mid mississippi and ohio river valleys. plenty of sunshine, a few showers in the pacific northwest. sunday, sunday, strong storms in the lower and central gulf. major flooding in the mississippi river valley. sunshine along the eastern seaboard. a few showers along coastal oregon. a little cooler here in the northeast. that's what's goin g good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. clouds are clearing up. the temperatures warming into the 80s this afternoon. it's going to feel more like june than the last days of april. lehigh valley, up to 82 degrees along with delaware. any clouds this morning will be long gone this afternoon. we had some showers overnight in philadelphia. not so during the day. 84 degrees with sunny skies this afternoon. in the suburbs, into the 80s. and interior new jersey warms into the middle 80s, while at the shore 74 this afternoon. have a great day.
>> that's your latest weather. don't forget. check out your friends at the weather channel for your weekend weather when you need it. let's head back inside to matt. >> thank you. the cdc estimates 26 million americans struggle with seasonal allergies every year. not to get too far into mr. roker's territory. but the projections for the next few weeks, shows tree pollen is bad in the west and will get worst as it comes to the east. grass poll listen be bad across much of the country, especially for you folks down south. we brought in dr. travis stork, host of "the doctors" to provide a little relief. good to see you. >> appreciate it. >> a lot of people grabbed their tissues and want to hear this. what is an allergy? what is happening that makes us feel this way? >> your immune system is going haywi haywire. it takes pollen, which is harmless. but it gets in your eyes and your nose, and your immune
system goes on the attack. that's what causes the similar thomas. the itchy, watery eyes, congestion, runny nose. >> you have two camps. the people that suffer from allergies and those that don't. is it the luck of the draw? >> it is the luck of the draw. there's interesting science. kids that you up on farms, less likely to get allergies and asthma. and the thought is, we live such clean lives that our immune systems are not exposed to as many germs. and the immune system is always on the lookout of things concerning to it. if you're not exposed to germs, you're more than likely to have allergies. >> is it possible to take steps and do things to prevent the symptoms from coming in the first place? >> it is. this is what i tell people. if you can avoid the allergen, you're going to win. you're outside, wear big sunglasses. when you get home, go ahead and
shut the doors and windows. run your air conditioning with a good air filter. vacuum regularly this time of year. personal hygiene is crazy. if you get home, put the clothes in the wash. and a lot of people forget to wash their hair. and they lay on the pillow and sleep in the pollen. >> not much of a problem for me. i'm one of the people that never had allergies until age 45 and then, they kick in. is that common? >> it's not uncommon. and there's no rhyme or reason. or sometimes people move to a new location and there's an allergen in the air that bothers them. >> you've gone through the symptoms, the clothes washing, taking a shower, the air felters. a lot of times you get to this season and think, do i have a cold? or is this an allergy? how do you know the difference? >> sadly, sometimes it can be both at the same time. the biggest difference is, with allergies, you're talking about itchy, watery eyes.
if you have a clear discharge, it's really thin. a cold should be self-limiting in a week or two. you're going to have the mucus buildup. >> treat them differently or the same? >> the good news is a cold will go away on its own. what i say with allergies, you want to take control of your allergies before they take control of you. there's ways to diminish the effects of allergens these days. >> a lot of medications. you see the commercials and the magazines, the ads are in there. when do you know you need to see a doctor and not just work with something you're getting over the counter? >> you feel like allergies or you think they're allergies and they're controlling your life, i'd go see your doctor. the great thing is now, if you see an allergist, they can put a game plan in place. a lot of over-the-counter treatments, antihistamines, nasal steroids.
if you figure out what's causing your symptoms, this is one thing in medicine we're effective at, treating allergies. see a specialist if you need to. >> we're going to put up information on our website, in particular, kids and allergies. >> absolutely. >> thank you. to check out "the doctors," check out your local listings. up next, a "today" exclus e exclusive, the daughter of the woman who touched readers before losing her life to cancer, opens up about her mother's legacy. first, this istoday" on nbc. "
daughter. maria, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. losing a parent is one of the toughest life experiences, especially when you're just 20 years old. but amy's daughter, paris, says while this has been a difficult time for their family, finishing her mom's last project and sharing the lessons her mom left behind, has made it easier to keep moving forward. >> one of her main messages was, make the most of your time here. >> reporter: paris rosenthal is talking about the person closest to her, her mother, amy krauss rosenthal. known to millions as the woman with terminal cancer who wrote a love letter in "the new york times," for jason, her husband of 26 years. >> that's the love story i got to witness my whole life. ♪ >> reporter: amy's letter took readers through their love and the cancer diagnosis that would claim her life just days later.
a wife, a mother of three, also a best-selling author of more than 30 children's books and two memoirs. >> i have not lived to tell. i have not witnessed the extraordinary. this is my story. she said, when in fact, now, i think this is wrong. >> right. i do think she's lived to tell. and i do think she's definitely witnessed the extraordinary. >> reporter: even as amy's health started to decline, she refused to stop creating. instead, adjusted her sail and started something simple on instagram. project 1,2, 3. the goal, post at 1:23 p.m., for 123 days. her last post was day 61. not wanting to leave her mom's project unfinished, paris has decided to complete it for her. >> i'm doing a photo each day that reminds me of her that represents her, that tells a story about her.
i'm picking up where she left off. >> reporter: paris says her mom loved creating extraordinary moments. as much as she loved writing about them. often encouraging strangers on social media to meet her and create a memory. she would be the woman with the yellow umbrella. >> she wanted to bring people together to do lovely things and to ultimately make the world a better place. >> reporter: paris spent the last two months of her mom's life by her side, journalling conversations they had and the wisdom amy left behind. your mom said to you, don't go around it. go through it. so many people are afraid of going through it. >> you might think initially, it's easier to go around it, to not feel really hard things and just avoid it. but that comes back to you. >> reporter: amy shared stories with paris, how to create happiness. don't get wrapped up in
tomorrow. >> live your life the way you want to live if you knew you only had a certain amount of time left. >> reporter: lessons amy lived by long before she was sick. >> i want to thank you from the bottom of my heart, for this incredible ride. >> tomorrow would have been amy's 52nd birthday. and her family just launched the akr yellow umbrella foundation as another way to honor amy, by supporting child literacy and ovarian cancer research. paris is just amazing. >> that's an incredible story, maria. i get jealous when i see people like that. >> yeah. >> obviously, it turned out in a way they didn't want. but i'm jealous of that spirit and that way to look at the world, with such a rational sense. >> and she lives on. >> so inspiring. so inspiring. >> she really is. >> thank you, maria.
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members of this coast. we couldn't imagine ourselves in a more brilliant production. >> it's a beautiful show. if you've been to broadway, it's never interactive. the actors don't break that fourth wall. you guys are different. >> what our set designer did is she turned the imperial theater into a 360-degree russian supper club. everybody can see everybody else. there's no two shows are the same. >> with the audience, too, right? >> yeah. there's interaction. and sometimes people get involved. it's very different and a lot of fun. >> what number are you going to do? >> we're going to do a song called "bulaga," into "the love triangle." a and antoll is going to help things out. ♪
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and happy -- wait for it -- 110th birthday to merle phillips, an author from illinois. wrote 11 books. working on number 12. that's fantastic. as always, if you know somebody celebrating a milestone birthday or anniversary, tell us about them on today.com/celebrates. >> that would be a great job. volunteer greeter to martha's vineyard. >> hi. welcome. willie, what have you got this sunday? >> hoda is giddy about this. one of the biggest bands of all of music, little big town. got a chance to sit down with them on the stage at the fabled ryman auditorium, the mother of country music in nashville. been through everything together. divorce, death, new children, kimberly just adopted a baby. has a 4-month-old. they're a great band and a great group of friends. and it's a blast of a conversation on sunday. >> you have a great show. that part's the best. the interviews.
>> willie, thank nbc 10 news starts now. good morning. i'm vai sikahema. just about 9:00 a.m. a friday and a gorgeous day two of the nfl draft. let's get to meteorologist bill henley with your most accurate neighborhood forecast. bill? >> beautiful day all around. the warmup is quick this morning. already seeing some 70s. philadelphia, up to 71 degrees. 71 also in delaware. now 72 degrees in new jersey. and with sunshine, it's going to be a quick warmup for the lehigh valley, too.
72 at 11:00. by 2:00 this afternoon, 80 degrees. and into the 80s this afternoon. all right. thank you, bill. let's get a check on the roads with nbc 10 first alert traffic reporter, jessica boyington. looking at route 1 and 76. >> the schuylkill expressway and really heavy today, and especially ever since we had this accident scene around the 630 markers. 45 minutes right now on the eastbound side. you can see traffic crawling. and something actually stopped here. hopefully they didn't get in a funder bender. either way, both direction looking really heavy. the turnpike, a crash just before willow grove. we're seeing a slow drive in both directions. 31 minutes from route 1 to valley forge on the westbound side. >> this is day two of the nfl draft experience. along the ben franklin parkway, has fun for the entire family from a play zone for the little ones to a zip line for the older, more adventurous adults. rounds two and three of the
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>> thank you. >> it's so cool. >> like you're ready to go to the beach. >> that's good. tomorrow, you'll be able to. >> i love when you listen to my forecast. >> aw. >> you're good at what you do, al. >> thank you. at least somebody thinks so. and you've got this great, new sitcom on abc "imaginary mary." i love the idea of this. >> we have so much fun doing it. i get to do so many fun things. physical comedy. romantic things. i get to have fish out of water scenes with my boyfriend. he's divorced with three kids. and i have to date a friend with three kids and an imaginary friend i have that gets me through. all of the fun stuff i love about comedy, i get the do on this show. and we have so much fun doing it, it's a great time. we're really lucky. >> did you enjoy the break in new york city. i know you have two little ones. stwl i do have two sons. >> you had some me time yesterday. >> i needed it. i went to bed at 9:00.
>> nice. truffle fries in bed? >> i did a whole thing of truffle fries. i took a warm luke-warm bath. i thought there was something wrong with the bat. it was just that i hadn't mastered the heat nasozzle. >> it has that safety on the side. what's wrong with this bath? >> do you put bubbles? >> i admire her so much. maybe i should take a bath. i haven't taken a bath in years. >> i take one every other night. >> i'm a shower girl. >> do you use bath salts? >> sometimes if i'm there. i like hot baths. i like to sweat. and i like to get in the bed, like kind of still overhot from the bath and just fall asleep. >> nice. >> maybe i'll try it. >> it happens once in a blue moon. but i like it. >> you had a nice day. >> we had a wonderful day. we thought about it.
the ladies of the "today" show. everybody's a mom. it happened spontaneously in some ways. last year it wasn't that way. but hoda is adopted and dylan is a new mommy. why don't we get together and have a conversation. and let's do it with wine and salmon and couscous and spinach. so, kathie lee invited us over to her -- i can't call it a house. it's a magical land on top of a cloud. >> you're at an estate at lake como in italy. someone said, what's it like? i mean this beyond sincerely, if you close your eyes and think what would a garden in heaven look like and open your eyes, it's one of kathie lee's gardens. it's heavenly and peaceful, and you want to think smart things. >> it's great for moms to get together and talk mom stuff. >> yes. it was very therapeutic.
>> it's therapeutic. >> we're givers, we're going to put it together -- >> it's going to be on the show? your mom conversations on the "today" show? >> you hear people on a reality show say they -- we forgot the cameras were there. i feel like that's what happened. it was pretty real. >> that's good. >> yeah. you'll see that soon for mother's day. what about you? >> last night, i grew up here in new york city. and the idea that i might have gotten a job in new york city was so out of the ordinary and the realm. and i got a job at wnbc in new york and i got to work with a murderer's row of the best in the business. we hadn't seen each other for dinner in about ten years. we call each other. and we had dinner last night. a nice restaurant called the simone. and there's chuck and sue and len and janice. we had a great time and laughed for two or three hours.
>> you get together with people you have something in common with, it's uplifting. >> we had never done it before. you grew up in new york city and you know the faces. i grew up in kansas and i was aware of those people. they are legends outside of new york city. >> it was just great. and i mean, it's on par with this experience. you have seminal moments in your career. >> did it remind you of how far you've come and give you a moment to celebrate yourself and your accomplishments? >> it's a reminder of how blessed i am. this must be your dream job. no, i never dreamed i would do something like this. and to work with those folks is another blessing. >> and you're good people. that helps. >> speaking of blessings -- >> tell me about it. >> ice cream. we like to get free stuff here. >> that's what i like to do at night. >> ice cream? >> that's right. >> here's a question. you go into the ice cream store, whether it's ben & jerry's or
baskin-robbins. how many ice cream samples is okay? >> what do you say? >> it depends on who you ask, if you ask my 9-year-old, there's no limit. both my kids are like, i want to taste that and taste that. and i'm looking at nine people behind me. make a decision. get what you always get. momma, i want to taste -- and there's some in l.a. -- there's a sign saying two-taste maximum. >> interesting. i imagine, some pem say, after three or four, i'm fine. i'm good. i feel like two. three, if -- >> getting greedy? >> does it matter if there's a line behind you? if it's empty? does that affect the decisionmaking? >> there was a post on tasting table. they say max out your tasting tour at four or five. that seems a lot to me. >> i think i would get the hairy eyeball from the ice cream lady. >> if you do two apiece.
>> that's honey comb. >> that's really good. >> you know what it is? some of us like vanilla. but they have new kinds. you want to try them. there's a soup place downstairs, helen hearty. and i want to -- i want to ask for three. i always buy. that's good. >> double-fist it, right? >> that's a good time. >> this, tasting. let's check out what "curb your enthusiasm's" larry david thinks about this. >> i want to try the banana. >> banana? whoa. it might taste like a banana. >> and some chocolate. just the plain chocolate. >> you're like a sample abuser. that's what you are. >> what's the matter with you? >> you're abusing the sample privile privilege. >> i'm going to have the plain
vanilla. she winds up with vanilla? you have to be kidding me. how is the vanilla? >> it's so -- it's relatable. right? we say two. two is the max. >> my 9-year-old tried to go in one the other day, just do samples and leave. yes. i had to educate him about commerce. >> that's right. one of our pals, ryan scott, a great chef and also co-hosted our program. and he has a new haircut. a longer hairstyle. it's like a mullet but turned on its side. i love it. but our producer said they like the old look, with shorter hair instead of the new. we polled our viewers and ryan agreed to cut his hair if they liked the old look better. poll results? >> 70% like the old look. 30% like the new do. so, he's a man of his word. guess what? he's here this morning. he's going to do it live. >> you can't go wrong.
he could have his hair any old way. >> thank you. >> ryan is getting his hair cut from celebrity stylist, andre rodman, who is a stylist here in new york city. i started following you on twitter. on instagram. i kind of like your hair now. are you feeling some kind of way? >> what? >> are you feeling some kind of way? are you sad? >> i talked to my hairapist last night. things are good. >> strong. >> al and i said every hairy joke. we held hands walking down the hallway. >> you were in your yankees hat all t whole way to new york city. >> i was hiding the hair. i woke up. we talked in the mirror. went for a run in the park together. >> now, it's time to say good-bye. >> my wife said last night, the night before, she was petting it. are you really going to cut it right now? >> all right, andre. here you go. you get started. we have a big announcement.
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there you go. ryan scott, chef ryan scott, you voted for him to get his hair cut. >> you did this to me. >> evil people out there. >> joined by jenna elfman. and i got a little announcement. >> all righty. >> i'm so excited. i am going to be going to europe to ride the famed orient express. >> so amazing. >> i'm going to be joining our good buddy, actor josh gad, aboard the exotic orient express. >> josh is awesome.
we wrote a tv show together, "1600 penn." >> he's so cool. you're so cool. >> i saw him in "book of mormon." and he was on your show on nbc. that was a terrific show. >> you're going to have an amazing time. >> the train goes from venice to paris, to promote josh's upcoming movie, "murder on the orient express," based on the agatha christie novel about a train ride that ends up many mystery. opens up on november 10th. you remember, josh had a lot of fun online quizzing daisy ridley about spoilers for "star wars." >> the chocolate in the ice cream got to me. and the "today" show, if you're old enough, we took a ride on the orient express in 1988.
bryant, jane and willard. and history is repeating itself. >> what are you looking forward to? >> there's willie. >> that's cute. >> i think the idea of the elegant -- generally, we've been told, men where dinner jackets in the evening for dinner. >> how long is the ride? >> i think about 24 hours, give or take. >> that's a nice day. >> really looking forward to it. >> you're going to see amazing countryside, too. >> i'm not sure of the technology. >> we're going to be live. josh and i live on the train. >> does the satellite -- >> we're coming with you. >> a little inside -- >> a little guy running behind. >> the technology is now, there's an array of the guts of 12 or 15 cell phones in a little box. it's called live you. and it replaces the satellite. >> i'm looking forward to that. when are you leaving? >> monday, after the show. >> all right. everybody is talking about the fidget spinners.
i never heard about them, but the producers, your kids, my son. it's a hot toy. they're called fidget spinners. kids are collecting these things and springing them to school. they're banning them in some schools because kids are playing with them in class. >> my son, nick, who has some learning issues, and fidgets, this helps calm them. >> why is that? >> because -- as they're sitting at their desk, you sit there. and a lot of adults have been using them. some of them light up. and the fidget cubes are the same thing. >> let me see that one. >> it has tactile sensory things. >> if you're studying -- you're doing this and reading at the same time. >> and instead of moving around, you're -- this helps -- >> keeps them focused on it. >> at least it doesn't make noise.
>> it doesn't. but kids are trading them. >> how much are they? >> not that expensive. >> it keeps going, as you flip it. >> 20 bucks for one? >> $4 to $20? >> $20? >> for the cube. some of them light up. >> there goes tapping your foot. i see what you mean. >> and it's less -- like nick sometimes sits and does that. a check quick and see how ryan's hair is doing. we don't care about ryan but how is his hair. >> what are you going the do with it? >> that looks handsome. >> i love you, jenna. >> i love you, too. i just met you. but i love you. >> is it done? >> it looks really good. that's exactly the haircut i had in mind. >> we're stretching this out for an hour. let's show you -- >> one hair at a time. >> somebody said it's the mane
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have the broadway stars here. a bigger crowd. let's do it. >> here we go. we're running. >> running in heels. good morning. >> yay. >> oh, my gosh. >> make the way around? >> okay. >> this is overwhelming. >> i will go over here. >> she has a baby. she wants to take pictures of the baby always. >> it's yours. >> it's loud, i know. >> where are you from? >> alabama. >> alabama. well, welcome to new york city. all right. here we go. how about a guy -- how about a cubs' fan? would you like this? where are you from? >> st. louis. >> welcome to "today" show. thank you for coming by. jenna, you do the last one. >> there's pressure. you're 21. come on.
her 21st birthday. happy birthday. is today your actual birthday? >> a couple weeks ago. celebrating today, though. >> in the big app. >> big apple. thank you. >> congratulations. >> she was in college. she couldn't get home. >> that's a good reason to miss celebrating your birthday. happy birthday. >> okay, al. >> okay, thank you, guys. thanks to polaroid. we're going to give lucky fans, three of you at home, a polaroid cube, plus a water-proof case, and a strap mount, a helmet mount. go to facebook.com/todaystake. chef ryan scott says the long good-bye to his hair. he has the hair in the kitchen there? and hello to a delicious angel hair pasta that's a cut above the rest. see what i mmm, you know what that needs?
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♪ 9:26 on this friday. breaking news. a piece of construction equipment has hit an amtrak bridge in radnor. sky 4 10 over the scene. no reports of any injuries in this situation. amtrak service stopped in the area while crews inspect the bridge. we'll have updates on the air and on the nbc 10 app. meanwhile, right to first alert meteorologist bill henley with your most accurate neighborhood forecast. bill? >> cleared out nicely, vai. look at the view from the east. temperatures racing toward the 70s in the lehigh valley and already in the 70s for the suburbs. delaware, south jersey at 72 degrees. and in philadelphia, 71 at the airport. but look at the graduate hospital, already into the upper 70s.
a quick warmup. by lunch time in the 80s. then it's in the 80s all afternoon and early this evening. cooling down into the 70s later this evening. bill, thank you. the fbi has joined the investigation at this home in middletown, delaware, torn apart during the 20-hour standoff between police and the man suspected of killing a state trooper. investigators say when bergan steele left the home with weapons yesterday morning, officers shot and killed him. investigators are still trying to figure out why he was shot several times at a wawa on wednesday. today governor tom wol and de penn dot officials, crews widen the seven-mile stretch of the highway from route 1 and east of route 452. i'm vai sikahema. we'll have another update in 25 minutes. of course, get the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 app. now back to the "today" show.
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this morning on "today food," a mane course you're going to love. a chicken caesar angel hair pasta, courtesy of ryan scott. >> who do you think you look like? >> i saw the prompters. i don't look good. >> you look like alfalfa. from "the little rascals." >> let's do this dish. >> now, they turn the monitors off. >> it's pretty bad. >> this is comboing a chicken caesar salad with angel hair pasta. >> get it? all of the good loving goes in here. chicken, bacon, pasta, croutons.
in here, salt, pepper, take krubed chicken breast, about a pound or so. this is a fun dish to make. this is extra garlicy. garlic salt and garlic and garlic powder. i have a can of olive oil. sheinelle can't even look at me. >> because it's so -- >> amazing? >> bad. >> the food is great. just the hair. >> in the pan here with olive oil is the garlic and the chicken. you will cook this about five or six minutes until it's golden brown. you take it here all the way cooked. >> you could put scallops in here. >> you can mix up a lot of it. you want to do lobster, get fantfan fancy. i couldn't put bacon in the cookies, i put it in this dare. you cook about six pieces of bacon. you chop them up.
and you take the bacon love. add onion. add fresh tine. saute that for five or six minutes. once it's sauteed, you will add chicken stock. add cream. and chicken caesar, caesar dressing from the jar. once that's in there, mix, mix, mix. have it come to a boil. once it comes to a boil, it looks -- oh, my gosh. >> whoops. >> we're going to cook the spatula. >> the spatula is in the dish. so, you take this. now, you take the chicken, the bacon and the parsley. then, you take this guy right here. you strain your angel hair pa a pasta. once this is all mixed, you take that and mix these bad boys together. here's a trick. a lot of people didn't know. once al roker takes 15 minutes
to mix this -- >> yes. >> you take cheese. this is parmesan. >> this is the pasta water. you put a lid on. don't fuss with it don't mess with it. >> how long do you leave it? >> about a minute or two and a beer. once you're done, the cheese hits on top. you get the cheese that's melted? it allows it to come together. once it comes all together, mr. roker, i can't take myself serious because i can't see my hair. angel hair pasta caesar. you take the croutons from a packet go on top. bacon and parsley go on top of this. and you have one of the most fun, inventive, different dishes. you go online -- you said this is a far stretch. but this is a shortbread -- get it, jenna? short, haircut.
>> that was a strain. >> by that cookie is fantastic. >> mint chocolate chip shortbread cookie. >> do it. adair you. >> that's really good. >> superlow fat. paleo, all that stuff. it's vegan, too. >> sure it is. >> if you're on the tightest diet, once a week, you should just have whatever you want. >> i second that. >> that's why i love jenna elf man. >> take the whole thing. >> ryan, thank you so much. go back and get your haircut. get your hair cut. you want the recipes, go to today.com/food. okay. coming up next, the go-kart to end all go-karts. wait until you see the new, cool gear for when you're on the go. >> fun. >> and ran has gone to get his >> and ran has gone to get his hair conti and let roomba help with your everyday messes.
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the aqua bot is a multifunction water bottle. >> al can do that while he rides. >> at the grommet.com. >> the kids have these. >> thank you to ellie and grace, my tech companions for the day. these are zoo bits. i got an education. show them how it works. these are bag nettic shoe laces. they only have to tie them one time. >> this makes the morning out of the door so much better. >> right? my sister got them, so easy to walk out the door. >> this is good. >> they make them for adults. >> that, too. >> zoo bits. >> thank you. >> great products. >> al, we have stuff for you there. >> that would be great to make for suits. get home at night, just like that. a little breakaway. your weekend outlook, storms in the southeast, in the mid to
upper mississippi valley. snowstorm going on in the rockies. we got sunshine out west. a few showers in the pacific northwest. sunday, sunday, major flooding in the mid mississippi river valley. strong storms down to the gulf. showers in interior new york and good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. clouds are clearing up. the temperatures warming into the 80s this afternoon. it's going to feel more like june than the last days of april. lehigh valley, up to 82 degrees along with delaware. any clouds this morning will be long gone this afternoon. we had some showers overnight in philadelphia. not so during the day. 84 degrees with sunny skies this afternoon. the suburbs, into the 80s. and interior new jersey, warms into the middle 80s while at the shore, 74 this afternoon. have a great day. >> that is your latest weather. coming up, guess who is coming to dinner, richard gere and laura linney in their new film.
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best-selling novels. and we have great films you're going to want to see in the months ahead. >> here with a sneak peek of those books is isaac fitzgerald. good morning. >> good morning. how are we doing? >> we're good. >> let's get right into it, okay? "the dinner" with laura linney and richard gere. >> it's an incredible novel. this is a thriller. it's two couples that come together. the men are brothers. and they're meeting -- you're not sure it's the fancy restaurant. but it's to discuss their children and they've done something that's going to impact the whole family. you have richard gere and laura linney. >> and steve cougen, who i love. it's a fantastic movie. >> what do we got? >> "everything, everything." nicole une, this is "everything, everything." it will star amanda stenberg who
is on fire. this is about a young girl. she's basically contained to her home because she has a disease. that means she can't leave her house. she is taken care of by her mother who is also a doctor. but a family moves in next door with a handsome young man and trouble ensues. this is one of the page-turners that keeps you on the edge of your seat. >> is she going to get out of the house or not? >> exactly. that's what's going on. absolutely. >> okay. we got a period piecerachel." >> starring rachel wise. it works out. you an orphan. his cousin has taken care of him. his cousin gets married. dies under mysterious circumstances. he suspects the new lady, rachel. when they meet, he's enamored with her. >> it's hard to be suspicious and enamored. >> this is very true.
>> or enaenamelled. >> you have a kate winslet and idris elba? >> sometimes you want to watch idris elba and kate winslet on the side of a mountain. he's a doctor. she's about to get married. they get in an airplane accident. they're stuck in the wilderness. in is an adventure/romance. it's them against the elements. and will they or won't they? >> ooh. >> we hope they will. >> they're so good-looking. >> it's true. >> a lot of good-looking people on "murder on the orient express." with johnny depp and my pal, josh gad. we're going to ride on the train next week. >> don't get murdered. this is the classic. "murder on the orient express." if you haven't read this, please do. it's a classic thriller, from agatha christie.
>> poireau. >> they don't know who the murderer is. it's a great setting. such original, wonderful, intense writing. johnny depp, willem dafoe. >> judy bench. leslie odom jr. i can't wait. >> that's going to be fantastic. >> these are great summer blockbusters. but finding the original story in books. try to read them before you get to the theater. >> isaac, thank you. >> read. >> we're back in a moment. i'm reading this right now. this is "today" on nbc. that's a great story. that's a great story. >> reay good.ll we just moved into this house and didn't realize how difficult it was going to be to
>> oh. >> you look handsome. >> cute. >> savannah says -- >> are you single? >> no. >> you're not single. >> i have a friend. >> what do you think? >> it's pretty good. >> looks good. >> hohoda, you've known me for long time. i tried to give you a blank stair. you are putting your hands through it. >> it's long on top. >> hi. >> where is andre? >> you look good. >> he did a good job. >> he got out of here. >> what do you think, jenna? >> i love it. that's what i thought would be best on you. >> al? >> very nice. >> i'm a hair neurorattic. i'm all about hair. i like it. >> jenna, thank you so much. so
nbc 10 breaking news. >> we are just shy of 10:00 a.m., fogging breaking news in radnor, delaware county. a piece of construction equipment hit a amtrak bridge on king of prussia road. crews are inspecting the bridge. we'll have updates on the air and on the nbc 10 app. now a check on the weather with nbc 10 first alert chief meteorologist, glenn "hurricane" schwartz with your most accurate neighborhood forecast. >> yeah, vai. another warm day.
today much warmer at the shore. a west wind means a land breeze. so the shore, you warm up into the 80s along with the rest of the area. we've seen a lot of sunshine, some early morning showers. not much back to the west. so it looks like we're going to go through the day with lots of sunshine, warm, less humid, and then some thunderstorms possible late tonight. all right. thank you, glenn. philadelphia's district attorney faces a deadline today from a federal judge. this is the last day seth williams can ask for a delay of his trial set to begin m3 may 31st. the union school board has approved a measure that will push start times back starting next school year. high school and middle school will be pushed back 25 minutes. elementary schools will start 15 minutes later. i'm vai sikahema. another update coming up in 25 minutes. and, of course, always get the latest news and weather with the
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