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more than 80 incredible years. right now as more than 140 seniors had to be evacuated from this facility. vivian is 100. she's taking dance lessons. next month, vivian performing in her first showcase, the week after "dancing with the stars." good morning. happy 100th birthday to william the politics of misconduct. democratic senator al franken and republican senate candidate, gloster sr. of georgia. roy moore, both embroiled in hel celebrating by controversies over their alleged competing in a a 5k. misbehavi misbehavior. franken apologetapologetic. if you know someone celebrating moore, defiant. >> i'll quit standing when they a milestone anniversary or lay me in that box and put me in the ground. birthday. i'll have what he's having. >> can they weather the storms. >> fantastic. >> we have sheinelle and willie a massive fire near a senior here. >> you want to s tomorrow, the grocery wars are facility in philadelphia. heating up. 20 people injured. we're on the scene where that we're going to look how fire is still smoldering. competition between supermarkets speaking out. is a major win for you. the dangerous mental patient who the difference is, you'll notice, when you do your made an incredible escape from a thanksgivi psychiatric hospital in hawaii, thanksgiving shopping. coming up on "sunday today,"
making it all the way to my guest is gal gadot. california before being captured, tells his story. search a lovely conversation. do something pretty risky and gutsy to prove that what a fascinating life. these guys that i can handle she went to law school. she was miss israel. she served in the israeli >> this morning, the one burning question he wouldn't answer. military. now, at the center of the biggest movie of the year. those stories, plus growing i threw out the number for the outrage over a new policy that amount of money made. allows el front trophies into i went, $850 million. the u.s. ben affleck talks scandals she went $821 million. and superheros here in studio a fun conversation. >> what's $30 million amongst 1a. and country music's king and friends? "megyn kelly today" is up next. queen, tim mcgraw and faith check that out. first on a friday morning, a hill, are taking over our plaza for a special live concert. look at your local news and your all-important weekend forecast. today, friday, november 17th, >> break out the biscuits. 2017. ♪ >> from nbc news, this is "today," with matt lauer and sava g f rockefeller plaza. >> countrymusic's king and queen. sounds pretty good. i thought we were that at halloween. >> we felt that way. this is the real deal.
we tim and nbc 10 news starts now. faith on our plaza. good morning. a couple minutes before 9:00. >> we'll get to that later on. let's get right to bill henley. let's start with our top story. the waves of scandal reaching >> lots of sunshine. capitol hill. temperatures have started to al franking now troubling climb, but the wind is still allegations against him. kicking at 21 miles an hour in while in alabama, roy moore is lashing out at the women philadelphia. 44 degrees right now, plenty of accusing him of misconduct. we have it all covered, sunshine. we'll be up to 46 degrees by beginning with nbc's kasie hunt. 11:00 and 48 degrees at 2:00. good morning to you. those steady winds are really going to keep us cool this afternoon. 50 in delaware. >> reporter: good morning. at the shore it will top out at sexual harassment scandals have engulfed hollywood and the media. and now, it's come to capitol 50 degrees. hill. al franken said before he was a sky force 10 over the park senator, he forcibly groped and lee frien -- barkley friends community in kissed a woman. westchester. now, she is speaking out. firefighters are still putting out hot spots after a terrifying >> i've been wanting to tell this story for ten years. night for dozens of elderly i was angry about it. people who live there. >> reporter: angry at democratic this was the scene overnight as senator, al franken, who radio flames lit up the sky. workers rescued dozens of host, leann tweeden, said he
forcibly groped and kissed her. residen >> he stuck his tongue in my residents. at least 20 people were hurt. road closures go into effect mouth so fast. all i can remember was his lips for the annual philadelphia were really wet, it was slimy. marathon weekend. full marathon is on sunday. the outer lanes of the ben in my mind, i called him fish lips the rest of the trip. franklin parkway will be close >> reporter: at the time, twe tweeden was a model and he wasn't a lawmaker. evening rush. tonight, hospital wait times >> i always wondered if i have that average more than an hour talent. >> you have talent. >> tweeting this photo from the at local emergency will wait trip. taken on a transport plane, while she was asleep. >> i was a co-host with a the longest and where you will get seen the fa that's all tonight after a beautiful woman named leann special murder "dateline." tweeden. >> on twen . >> reporter: on wednesday, franking called the photo a joke. but later, apologized. saying, i don't know what was in my head when i took that picture. i look at it now, and i feel disgusted with myself.
it didn't funny. it's completely inappropriate. franken joining his colleagues, in calling for an ethics investigation. >> it's unacceptable behavior. >> reporter: other high-profile women in politics, say this isn't a partisan issue. >> i think a lot of people know that i'm probably packing. so, i don't think there's a lot of people who would necessarily mess with me. and i don't mean to be lighthearted about it. >> women have to be treated with respect. >> reporter: meanwhile, kirsten gillibrand told "the new york times" she thinks bill clinton should have resigned 20 years ago. >> i think that's the appropriate response. i think thingavan under those c there should a >> gillibrand sd
in the current political climate, the nation should be focusing on the allegations against president trump, as well. overnight, president trump tweeted about al franking saying, the al frankenstein picture is really bad. speaks a thousand wards. where do his hands go in pictures, two, three, four, five, and six, while she sleeps. and to think just last week, he was lecturing anyone who would listen about sexual harassment and respect for women. now, the president has been silent about roy moore. the republican nominee for senate in alabama, who is face his own scandal. matt? savannah? >> thank you very much. the moore scandal may be this morning on "megyn kelly taking a toll on that candidate. today" -- senate candidate, roy moore, a new poll showing he is losing under fire, as more accusers more ground in the race. come forward. >> he grabbed my behind, hard. gabe gutierrez is in montgomery, >> this woman gives us her first alabama, with the latest. live interview. good morning. >> reporter: savannah, good then, fraternities under fire. morning. the governor of alabama says the one family with a warning special election will go on as everyo should hear.
planned, despite some calls to plus, "downton abbey." delay it. >> it should be an exquisite in her first television interview, one of roy moore's mouthful, not a bucket of slop. >> four of your favorite accusers said she felt characters in the studio, as humiliated when he groped her. "downton" comes back to life. this morning, roy moore is all that on "megyn kelly today" refusing to right now. [ applause ] hi. hi. latest allegations against him. >> ty are not only untrue, hello, everybody. they have no evidence to support them. >> reporter: surround by religious leaders from across welcomo the country, he vowed to e take past. i'll take a stand in the future. and i'll quit standing when they lay me in the ground. >> reporter: a new fox news poll shows moore trailing dougight p voters. >> the denials that he's made. >> the allegations from at least nine women, range from inappropriate flirting to sexual assault. >> i was in shock. and i was so humiliated. sickening.
>> reporter: tina johnson says moore groped her at his law office when he was 28. >> he was flirtatious, coming on. the whole time. we eventually got up to leave, and as we did, he grabbed my behind. hard. >> reporter: becky gray, then 22, says she worked at the mall in gad ston, alabama. she complained to her manager when moore kept asking her out. >> it seemed a little creepy to me because he was so much older. why would someone that age be hanging out at the mall? >> should roy mre resign? >> reporter: while president trump has not spoken out about moore, the white house says he believes if the claims are true, moore should drop out. >> the president believes that the allegations are very troubling and should be taken seriously. and he thinks that the people of alabama should make the decision on who tir next senator should
be. >> reporter: the alabama gop, saying he preserves to be presumed innocent of the allegations, unless proven otherwise. >> this media and you people are sick. and you desperately need the jesus he knows. but you're a disgrace. >> he stands for what hemoralit. he stands for the lord. he stands for this nation. >> reporter: later today, a group of women in support of roy moore is expected to gather here at the state capital. his wife is going to speak out in his defense. megyn kelly will have a live interview with tina johnson, one of the moore accusers you saw in gabe's piece. want to turn to the breaking news in pennsylvania. you're looking live at a senior community in philadelphia, after a devastating fire overnight. the intense flames forcing residents into the street and injuring some of them. here's nbc's kristen dahlgren.
>> reporter: this morning, officials are investigating what caused a massive blaze toer the through a senior citizen facility thursday. overnight, flames ripping through the community in westchester, 30 miles west of philadelphia. >> multiple calls, reporting flames on the roof. p.d. is advising the entire building is on fire in the rear. >> when i looked out the window, it looked like a sunset. that's how big the flames were going at that point. >> reporter: the flames spreading to multiple buildings. forcing employees to rush through residents' rooms, frantically working to get everyone out alive. >> at this time, emergency personnel have relocatedlocatrl. >> reporter: dozens of residents were lined up on the street outside, wrapped in blankets, while the personnel worked for more energy help.
>> i don't think we need more fire. we need ambulances. >> reporter: neighbors scrambled to the scene. jumping in to help get seniors out of arm's way. pushing them in wheelchairs away from the fire and transporting them to temporary shelters. >> my friend said, bring coffee, bring blankets, bring water. >> reporter: kristen dahlgren, westchester, pennsylvania. a lot more to get to, including the president's promise to deliver the most sweeping tax overhaul. it cleared a big hurd until the house. nbc white house correspondent, kristen welker, with more on that and the next steps. >> reporter: good morning to you. president trump is ending the week with a big victory under his belt. the house passed its version of tax reform. but the biggest hurdle remains in the senate, where the tax overhaul the facing an uncertain future. this morning, new momentum for republicans. >> the bill is passed. >> reporter: after the house passed its version of tax
reform. a bill that could cut taxes by $1.4 billion in four years. reduce the number of tax brackets. >> this is about giving hard-working taxpayers bigger paychecks. >> reporter: the president at the capitol, rallying republicans before the vote. the white house insisting he is on the fron front lines of the fight. >> he's engaged in this process. we look for the same results out of the senate. >> reporter: the hurdles in the senate are steep, after republicans inserted a provision repealing the obamacare individual mandate. another obstacle, the possible impact on the middle class, estimating the legislation would raise the tax rate between those making $10,000 and $30,000 in 2021. and on all income groups under $75,000 in 2027. democratic senator schaar rod
brown and orrin hatch in a shouting match whether it will hurt the middle class. >> how many times do we do this before we learn this? >> what you said was not right. that's all i'm saying. i come from the lower middle-class originally. we didn't have anything. so, don't spew that stuff on me. i get tired of that crap. >> reporter: republican senator, ron johnson, says, right now on this bill, he's a no. >> i want to vote for pro-growth tax reform. >> reporter: president trump says his tax plan won't benefit him. >> it's not good for me. >> reporter: an analysis shows it would be good for the president and his family, based on his one 2005 tax return, he can save $25 million.
and his airheirs, $1.1 million. and his son-in-law, again in the president is light, after the bipartisan leaders of the senate judiciary committee said his legal team failed to turn overdocuments they asked for last month. of interest, 2016 e-mails, forwarded by kushner to another campaign official. topics, like wikileaks, and a dinner invite. in a statement, kushner's attorney said they have been responsive to all requests and will continue to cooperate. this morning, president trump is trying to keep the focus on the tax battle. tweeting, if democrat were not such obstructionists and understood the power of lower taxes, we could be able to get many of their ideas into bill. the reality is, while the president tried to win over red state democrats for his tax plan, addling health care into the mix, makes that tougher. >> kristen welker at the white house.
thank you. want to turn to an nbc news investigation. our chief foreign correspondent, richard engel, has been looking into president trump's business overseas. in particular, a building in panama that insiders and others say attracted some dirty money. richard is in panama. good morning to you. >> reporter: i'm in panama city to talk about an investigation we have been working on in conjunction with reuters for months. it took that building behind me, the trump ocean club city. the president doesn't own the building. he licenses his name. and he's been paid millions for that. but our reporting shows, that the building, like others in panama city, has been a magnet for suspicious business activity. trump ocean, where criminals, russian gangsters, to money launders were able to hide their
cash. alexander ventura was one of the tower's main brokers. you came in with hundreds of buyers? >> yes. >> reporter: did the trump organization want to know where the money was coming from? >> no. not that i'm aware of. >> reporter: ventura is a fugitive wanted for fraud. we agreed to disdpguise his appearance. he said he sold units to buyers including david guzman, in custody of the united states, convicted of laundering millions for drug cartels. ivanka trump was involved in the project, but not directly in sales. she featured in its promotions. our investigation reveals several of venturventura's brokd buyers had ties to russian organized crime.
units were bought through anonymous sell companies, hiding who owned what. and that, a former panamanian prosecutor told us, drew in people with a criminal history. the co-founder of global witness, its report on the trump ocean club is also out today. >> any responsible businessman should want to know who their clients are and where the money is coming from. if that responsible businessman is now the president of the united states, this is a matter of public interest. >> >> reporter: in a statement, the trump organization said, the trump organization was not the owner, developer or seller of the trump ocean club panama project. and that the organization had no relation with ventura. we asked ivanka trump for comment. but her team referred us back to the statement. >> this is a picture of you with
president trump. >> yes. that's at mar-a-lago, yes. >> they were a guest at the party. they hosted you at mar-a-lago. >> yes. there was a lot of people. >> reporter: the trump organization is distancing itself from a project that earned it millions. financial documents show the president is still making money from the building. the trump organization says that since it was only involved in a licensing agreement, doesn't own the building, it can't be held responsible for what happened here. but legal experts we spoke to say that might not be the case. that if a company deliberately turns a blind eye to potential illegal activity or doesn't do due diligence when operating in a high-risk environment, like panama, that could be enough to raise a case. back to you. >> richard engel, thank you. you can see his report tonight on "on assignment" at 9:00 eastern, on msnbc. first check with mr. roker. you shined a light on important
stuff this week. >> thank you. our crew was amazing. and the human spirit from all these folks was awe-inspiring. right now, we want to show you what's coming across the country. making its way from the plains, rain in the midwest, light snow in the frgreat lakes. sunday, into the northeast and new england. and pulls away. rainfall amounts, generally about one to three inches from indiana on into western pennsylvania. and lake-effect snow setting up, in fact some areas along the tughill plateau, between rochester and watertown, could see six inches of snow o
good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. sunshine, yes. cold temperatures, too. temperatures will peak this afternoon below normal in the upper 40s and low 50s. 47 for the lehigh valley. some scattered clouds. 50 the high in delaware. 47 degrees with the winds making it feel colder for the suburbs. sunshine, a few scattered clouds this morning. more sunshine and 48 this afternoon in philadelphia. have a great day. >> and that's your your latest weather. guys? >> al, thank you very much. coming up, jailhouse interview. the dangerous mental patient captured in california, after escaping from a psychiatric hospital in hawaii, speaking out, now, from behind bars. then, we talk to ben affleck about impact of the harvey
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blue diamond almonds. get your good going. good morning. i'm via sikahema. it is just about 7:30 on this friday. we'll get to meteorologist bill henley with the most accurate neighborhood weather forecast. >> vai, sunshine, but the wind is blowing. that's a cold wind this morning. feels like it's in the 30s in philadelphia, wilmington, northeast philadelphia, pottstown, 33, the feels-like temperature. atlantic city, the shore, 35 degrees. temperatures climbing to the upper 40s. we will feel the wind for most of the day. 42 degrees the feels-like temperature at 2:00. we drop into the 30s for feels-like temperatures at 8:00 tonight. >> thank you. we'll check the roads with first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington. >> a few things happening now. sun glare and delays on the schuylkill expressway's westbound side around cityline avenue. pretty much stop and go there. there's a crash in white marsh, too. watching the p.a. turnpike near
the butler pike overpass. that's headed toward the northeast extension. we'll see that and also still watching a crash in belmawr, new jersey, on the new jersey turnpike's northbound side near 168, exit 3. you can take 295. but you can get by the turnpike on the scene. we've been following breaking news this morning. sky force 10 over the barclay friends nursing home in west chester a short time ago. firefighters still putting out hot spots after a terrifying night for dozens of elderly who live there. this was the scene as flames lit up the night sky and roared through the buildings. workers rescued dozens of residents, some confined to beds and wheelchairs. 20 people were injured. investigators are looking for the cause of the fire we will have another update in 25 minutes. join us every weekday morning from 4:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m.
♪ good morning, everybody. welcome back to "today." it's 7:30 and it is friday morning. >> sounds good. let's get to a check of the headlines. and start with a new scandal rocking washington this morning. >> i've been wanting to tell this story for ten years because i was angry about it. >> franken under fire. the democratic senator apologizes after being accused of kissing and groping a former model on a 2006 overseas trip. >> he stuck his tongue in my mouth so fast. >> as lawmakers on both sides of the aisle and the senator himself, called for an ethics investigation. >> i think that's the appropriate way to handle it. >> it's unacceptable behavior. massive blaze. >> i looked out the window. it looked like a sunset. that's how big the blaze was going at that point.
>> at least 20 people have been injured in a five-alarm fire at a senior living community outside of philadelphia. flames on roofs and windows, spreading to nearby buildings. bad buckeye behavior. ohio state university suspends activities at three dozen fraternities amid multiple hazing and alcohol-related investigations at the school. elon musk unveils the first electric tractor. trailer and what he calls the fastest car in the world. and out of africa. the nigerian women's bobsled team qualifies for the olympics. the first athletes from that nation to ever make it to the winter games. today, friday, november 17th, 2017. >> a feature story. >> we may be spending some time there in the coming months. >> feature story. feature film. now, we have a new jailhouse
interview with the mental patient that escaped from hawaii. he is behind bars and speaking out. miguel almaguer has the story. good morning. >> reporter: the man who police calls a dangerous predator was able to walk away from that hospital in oahu. he tells our affiliate, kcra, he wanted a chance to prove himself. >> i decided to run away, come to the mainland, and live as long as i can on the money i had. >> reporter: awaiting extradition near sacramento, california, randall saito, man police call a mental psychopath, why he left the mental hospital at a chance at freedom. they are not going to release me. i have to do something risky and gutsy to prove that i can handle myself in society.
>> reporter: saito was arrested wednesday, ending a massive four-day manhunt triggered in hawaii. he walked away from this psych hospital, where he was treated for 36 years. >> are you going to work? >> kind of, sort of. >> reporter: a mile from the hospital, saito hailed this cab. and is seen rummaging through a backpack that contained a cell phone. investigators say he paid in cash and covered the cost of two flights to san jose, california, using a fake i.d. captured with $7,000 of cash on him, his escape was well-planned and financed. >> did you have help? >> i would rather not answer that. >> reporter: after the gruesome 1979 murder of sandra yam sheir, saito was diagnosed as a sadist
neck feel yak who fantasized about killing women. authorities say he fits the profile of a serial killer. >> she still has the ability of inherent ability to commit another murder. >> i accepted culpability for what i did. and i believe the family i offended, they have every right to take my life in response to what i did, to their family member. >> hawaii's state director of health says the escape was the result of a major breakdown of safety protocol. several employees of the hospital have been suspended, without pay. pending an investigation. >> thank you. the controversy is growing over a decision by the trump administration to lift a ban on imparting trophies from elephant hunts in certain parts of
africa. tom caostello has more on that. >> reporter: they are some of the world's most beautiful animals. but elephants are big prizes with central africa losing over 60% of its elephant population in just a decade. sometimes as many as 100 a day. this morning, these endangered giants of zambia and zimbabwe, killed for sport, will be allow out of africa. after the trump administration lifted an obama-era ban of hunters bringing them back as trophies. now, under pressure from big game hunters, the trump administration argues the pricey permits to hunt them, can help african countries, by putting revenue back into conservation. but the decision is upsetting an mail rights and conservation groups. >> when you reduce the number of them, you diminish the economic
opportunities for the wildlife watching industry. it's hurtful and harmful to the economic enterprise. >> reporter: the reversal bringing attention to the president's son, don junior, who posed with an elephant tail in one hand. on a 2012 hunting trip with his brother, eric, the pair posed for photos with a cheetah, buffaloes and an antelope. >> over there, an elephant will feed vill ages were weeks. you talk about the money that hunters end up spending to go, that go into those economies, all that goes to fund the anti-poaching leagues from doing damage. >> reporter: a military coup in zimbabwe has thrown the country into chaos. >> there's concerns in zimbabwe in particular, whether or not trophy hunting fees are getting to the communities.
>> reporter: the arcade game was in the cafeteria to highlight sportsmans contributions to conservation. and a guide on how hunters can import lion trophies. but on social media, there's growing outrage from both sides of the political spectrum. chelsea clinton calls mr mr. trump's decision and laura ingram tweeting, i don't know how this will not increase the poaching developments. they will provide information on how zimbabwe and zambia, have improved protections for elephants to justify this change by the trump administration. >> look forward to seeing that information. tom, thank you very much. let's get another check of the weather from mr. roker.
>> the calendar says fall. but some says summer. look at the temperatures popping up. wichi wichita, dallas, memphis at 73. we could see records in dodge city, lubbock, albuquerque and el paso. and the front pushing through. and the temperatures will drop 20 to 30 degrees tomorrow. but ahead of the front is still warm for indianapolis, atlanta, pensacola, little rock. as we move into sunday, the front makes its way to the east coast and see temperatures drop all the way down to mobile, alabama. that's what's go in good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. sunshine, yes. cold, gusty winds, we've got those, too. temperatures will peak this afternoon below normal in the upper 40s and low 50s. 47 for the lehigh valley. some scattered clouds. 50 the high in delaware. 47 degrees with the winds making it feel colder for the suburbs. sunshine, a few scattered clouds this morning. more sunshine and 48 this
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[ cheers and applause ] we're back, now, 7:45. news about the nation's newest megamuseum. >> the museum of the bible opens a few blocks from the national mall. and it is not without controversy. nbc's ann thompson is there. good morning, ann. >> reporter: good morning. and welcome to washington's newest museum. this is the museum of the bible. a privately funded monument to the good book and its impact to the world and american history. it opens under a cloud of suspicion about its purpose and its treasures. this is an ancient story told in a modern way. >> they can ask questions. >> reporter: from a high-tech biblical search engine, to fragments of the dead sea
scrolls dated 2,000 years. testifying to the bible's influence in the world. from rock stars. >> this is one of elvis' bibles. >> reporter: to high fashion. >> they used the bible as inspiration for design. >> reporter: to phrases we use every day. >> a thorn in one's side. wow, do we use that a lot. >> reporter: a lot. and it traces the bible's role in american history. >> if you look at the inscripti inscription, it's from lividicus 25: 10. some wonder if the museum wants to blur the line between church and state. >> why is it so close to american government and culture. >> this is the heart of museums. we're down the street from the capitol. we don't see that as a negative. we think it would be good for our government, those in charge of running this nation, to
understand the founding principles the nation was built upon. >> some scholars feel it will betray its promise not to evangelize. >> it would portray that christians are at the center of american life. and that the bible is center of what it means to be american. >> reporter: do you want this museum to be the christian version of the smithsonian? >> it's about not a faith tradition, a nomination of a church, it's about a book. >> reporter: after hobby lobby was fined $3 million for illegally importing tablets from iraq, there's questions about some of the origins of the museum's artifacts. how do i know it's real? >> there's sometimes you may never completely know. we are using some of the most recent technology and advancements to help us analyze items. >> reporter: a test of faith for the visitors and the museum. and that test begins in ernest
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that left 20 seconds ahead of schedule. the apology has commuters comparing their transit system to japan's efficiency. don't think this will be an apology southwestern railway or any other in the u.k. will have to make. my favorite part about edmonton transit is you don't know if the bus left 15 minutes early or 10 minutes left. we're not in new york's penn station anymore. the best part is if you missed that train, due to the fact it jumped ahead 20 seconds, you would have to wait a whopping four minutes for the next one to arrive. >> that's amazing. carson, thank you. just ahead, a live liberty mutual saved us almost eight hundred dollars when we switched our auto and home insurance. liberty did what? yeah, they saved us a ton, which gave us a little wiggle room in our budget. wish our insurance did that. then we could get a real babysitter instead of your brother. hey, welcome back. this guy... right?
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good morning, i'm via sikahema. just about 8:00 a.m. on this friday morning. let's get right to first alert meteorologist bill henley with the most accurate neighborhood weather forecast. bill? >> we've got lots of sunshine, but we also have a lot of wind. a chilly wind blowing this morning. 39 degrees right now in the suburbs. now 43 with a 20 mile-an-hour wind in philadelphia. the chill in store for us through the day today. the wind will keep temperatures in the upper 40s for the suburbs, new jersey, and the lehigh valley, look at delaware, 50 degrees this afternoon. >> thank you. let's check on the roads with nbc10 first alert traffic reporter jessica boyington. jessica? >> watching 95 right now just near newtown/yardly exit. on the southbound side, we have an accident scene and somebody pulled over here, too, on to the right-hand shoulder. a southbound delay there, one lane getting by. a crash in merion at golf road and the west dekalb pike. and closures going into
effect for the annual philadelphia marathon weekend. the races start tomorrow with the half marathon. the full marathon is set for sunday. the ben franklin parkway will be closed from 9:30 this morning until 3:30 this afternoon. the lanes will be reopened for the evening rush hour. and nbc10 is the only place to see sunday night's showdown between the league-leading eagles and dallas cowboys. our exclusive coverage begins sunday morning at 9:30. we'll get your day started. join us at xfinity live for a watch party at kickoff time, 8:30. then "nbc10 news today" and "eagles game day final" will follow the game. we'll have another update coming up in about 25 minutes. meanwhile, join us every weekday morning from 4:00 a.m. to 7:00 a.m.
it's 8:00 on "today." and coming up, franken under fire. the minnesota senator apologizes after being accused of kissing and groping a radio newscaster without her consent. >> i have been wanting to tell the story for ten years. >> president trump's tweet slamming that senator. ben affleck speaks out. the award-winning actor and director, talks about the scandals engulfi ining hollywoo. and his starring role in the highly-anticipated "justice league." and country power couple. tim mcgraw and faith hill are bringing the party to our plaza, for a very special live concert,
today, friday, november 17th, 2017. >> we're so excited because today, we're all going to see -- >> tim and cate. >> crystal and janet have been every single concert this year on the plaza. >> thank you so much. we came, we conquered and we saw them all. ♪ >> these guys look really warm. >> we bought our blankets at walgreens. >> indiana. >> kentucky. >> florida. [ cheers ] >> and we welcome you back to "today." hooking forward to the music in about half an hour, out on the plaza. you know what we're looking forward to? >> huh? >> take a look at the orange room. that's justin verlander, of the world champion houston astros. >> hello.
>> he's going to stop by and take part in "trending" a little bit. there's a rumor that his brand-new bride is in the building, as well. >> taking a picture of him right there. >> oh. >> rumor confirmed, right this. >> exactly. >> nice to see you both. news at 8:00 on a busy friday morning. president trump joined politicians from both parties taking aim at al franken. he is the latest accused of misconduct. >> reporter: senator al franken accused of forcibly kissing and groping a woman. she says, leann tweeden, they were on a uso tour in 2006, before franken was a senator. and he forced her to rehearse the scene and forcibly kissed her. they were on the tour for two weeks. at the end of this, she says this photo was taken.
now, al franken initially said the photo was intended as a joke. he had to put out a second, lengthier statement saying it was not funny. it's in a photograph that the president was tweeting about, saying, quote, that al frankenstein picture is really bad and speaks a thousand words. democrats and republicans are calling for an ethics committee investigation into franken's conduct. matt? >> kasie hunt on capitol hill. kasie, thank you very much. roy moore is showing new defian defiance, with his own scandal and poll numbers. the fox news poll has moore trailing doug jones by eight points among likely voters in alabama. nine women have accused moore of behavior from inappropriate flirting to sexual assault when they were teenagers. on thursday, surrounded by religious leaders, moore vowed to stay in the race.
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and tariq carries his sister to the sidewalk. those siblings used to picker and fight. when tariq started kindergarten, eva started missing him. look at those two. vale and charley. >> maybe she steals his toy. a lot more ahead this morning. we'll start with ben affleck, talking b abo ining about the c in hollywood. his new movie and more. first, let's see what's ahead on "megyn kelly today." >> roy moore under fire with more accusers coming forward. we have the latest accuser in her first live interview today. plus, four stars fromdownab back to life. and justin verlander, on winning the world series and his wedding to kate upton. we are busting because the first couple of country music,
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♪ i'm singing in the rain, just singing in the rain ♪ ♪ what glorious feeling i'm happy again, ♪ ♪ we are back with two-time oscar winner, ben affleck. as is an actor, director, and screen writer, he is one of hollywood's busiest stars. his movie "justice league" is out today. >> good to be here. >> you're reprising your role as batman. there's so much to talk about in your industry, in hollywood, in our culture, right now. >> yeah. >> obviously, these allegations
against harvey weinstein have really disturbed so many people. do you think we're at a moment of change? does this feel like a reckoning time? >> it feels like a really important moment. feels like a time when survivors are finding their voice and people are sort of -- i include myself in this, really discovering the terrible extent of this problem, here in our country. i don't think it's just limited to hollywood. but if you see this prevalent in this industry, it must extend into finance, tech, and all these other places. and also inspiring, though, to see people come forward and assert themselves. that's very moving. >> we have seen it. we've seen it in politics. we've seen it in lots of different industries. with weinstein, specifically, i wonder how it hit you. this is a powerful producer who played a big role in your coming up. he was instrumental in "good will hunting."
"shakespeare in love." did you know that side to him? >> i thrknew he was sleazy and bully. i was new to hollywood. i didn't know much of anything. it is a shame because although i stopped working with harvey a long time ago, those movies hold a special place in my heart. and to now look back on it and think, gosh, some other people were going through something really ugly and disturbing and difficult and terrible and terrifying, while that was happening, is kind of -- i don't know. the only thing i can think to do is to give my residuals from my harvey movies to a couple of organizations that are making a difference. and try to reconcile that. it's a way for me to feel better about that early stage in my career when i made the movies with him. >> can i ask you something specifically, rose mcgowan, has made allegations against harvey weinstein. tweeted and suggested she had
told you something along the way. is that true? i want to give you an opportunity to set the record straight. >> thank you very much. i don't want to get into other people's individual stories. those are their stories and they're entitled to tell as much or as little of those. i believe rose. i support her. i like and admire her tenacity and i wish her the best. >> finally, one thing you said, you want to be part of the solution. to your credit, you've been straightforward about that, saying, you want to look inward and look at your own behavior. >> i think that's all you can do. as a man in my position, and recognizing how fortunate i am. recognizing the privilege that i have and try to open my eyes and hold myself accountable. that's all we can really do. it's harder than pointing the finger at everybody else. what have i done that's crossed the line? how can i do better? how can i contribute? how can i be more respective? more inclusive? more mindful of this stuff? and that's the person i want to
be, frankly. >> and you looked back and thought, i wouldn't do that today. >> there's plenty of jokes i wouldn't have made. things i wouldn't have done. it's a time when we're -- that's happened almost overnight. there's a liheightened level of awareness. one of the good things is the self-consciousness of how am i fitting into the world? how is this interaction going to leave this person feeling? it's easy to gloss over that stuff and get self-involved. the hard thing is to be mindful and live in the present moment. >> it's a good conversation for all of us to be having. we have to talk about the movie because you are playing batman once again. we have a clip, "justice league" take a look. >> how many of you are there? >> not enough. >> eight people abducted from or near star labs.
here's the potential perp. >> is the batman suit like a comfy pair of jeans you put on? >> they keep wanting to make it cooler and better. they keep adding things to it. the challenge is to not be, mummy batman. >> what about metaphorically? >> i feel like i got -- i like the character. i kind of found him in the last movie. i like that. this one, was going to be more fun. we were going to do something more traditionally of batman as the leader of the justice league. we were going to see his dark sense of humor, which, i was looking forward to. and to have fun with the other actors. >> another perk of the job, you're batman. you have a 5-year-old. did you dress up as batman for his birthday party? >> i did. i really did. he wanted me to. he insisted that i do it. yeah. >> i might have a picture. >> yeah. >> if you deny i was ready with the proof. >> i did it. it's true. he loved it. he's into the superhero thing.
it's the perfect age. it's one of the nice bonuses that you get to be a superhero in your kid's eyes. >> and you know flash and wonder woman. >> i can introduce him to wonder woman. i'm doubly cool. >> your kids are 5, 8, 10? >> 8 and 11. >> we know for sam you are. are you cool for the girls? a or are they about teenagers? >> i'm cool that i can get them a taylor swift autograph. myself, no. if i rub shoulders with cool people, they give me a moment. to my 5-year-old, i'm pretty cool. >> any big plans for thanksgiving? >> nope. jen and i and the kids. jen and i cook, and she makes a great meal. it's a good time. >> are you a dishwasher on thanksgiving? >> nobody wants me to cook. whatever else. >> ben, thank you so much. really good to talk to you. >> thank you for having me. >> "justice league" in theaters
now. we head over to al for a check of the weather. >> thanks, savannah. we are looking for heavy snow through the northern rockies. we're looking at showers in the pacific northwest. record highs today, making their way through the southwest. and part of the southern plains. and the eastern half of the country, looking perfect with plenty of sunshine and seasonal temperatures. s at's what' good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. sunshine, yes. cold gusty winds, we've got those too. temperatures peak in the upper 40s and low 50s. scattered clouds this morning. 50 degrees the high temperature in delaware. 47 degrees with the winds making it feel a little bit colder for the suburbs. more sunshine and 48 degrees this afternoon in philadelphia. have a great day. >> and that's your your latest weather. matt? >> all right, al. time to "trend" right now. on thursday, you talked about
things you had wish you had done when you were younger. i wish i wrote things down. a headline in "the wall street journal" caught my eye this moshing. it's called, why you should write a memoir even if nobody will read it. it doesn't have to be a "new york times" best seller to reap the rewards. if you take the time to write about your life, you'll see your life in a different perspective. you'll see things that you didn't notice. so, it leads me to this question, if you were to write the memoir of your life, what would the title be? hoda? >> mine would be "what the hoda?" what it's like living with a name no one can pronounce. >> that's cute. >> al, what would yours be? >> let a smile be your umbrella. nobody wants grumpy. just look at the positive side. >> i love that one. i'd buy that. >> mine would be "trl: totally
rockin' life." i could never imagine that just by loving music, i could stay close to music. >> i like your cover photo also. >> savannah? >> i borrowed from the t-shirts. and i said, "like you." and i used a picture that embarrassed me. and how i like other people. >> that's cute. >> i hope i like other people. >> i think my title would be "unlikely." but they make me choose, "life's a drag." and it comes with five different covers. you get to pick and choose. >> that's awesome. you have "pop start." >> we're going to start with george clooney. the hollywood a-lister is coming to television, with a miniseries based on "catch 22." he is going to star as colonel
kath ca kathcart. this is first time he's on television since he departed "e.r." to pursue a career in film. no word on when this production is to begin early next year. blake shelton, who was named "people's" sexiest man alive. not many agreed. twitter trolls were out. blake was reading some of the tweets. >> i woke up and found that blake shelton was the sexiest man alive. blake shelton is sexy if you like a guy that's always about to lean in and tell you about a hearty dog food. blake shelton isn't even the sexiest man at this waffle house. >> a good sport there. that's your "pop start." we move on to "the daly click." you have astros pitcher, justin verlander, showing what it means to be a supportive husband.
helping kate upton with their workout. upton is doing sled pushes. and justin is adding a little more intensity to the workout. that's love. and she's nice enough to join us this morning. here's justin verlander. >> good to be here. >> good to have you. >> i like the way you call it their workout. >> her workout. >> if you had a memoir of your life, it would be called "crushing it." >> yeah. it's been pretty crazy. but, man, what a great amongst it's been. >> you have two. >> this is a new one. and another one coming. it will probably be slightly bigger than this one. >> how do you come down from a high like that? you win a world series with houston. a week later you get married to an amazing young lady. how do you top that? >> come on the "today" show. honestly, we had a couple days to decompress and it's weird. i don't know what to do with my
time. i'm sitting on the couch like, it's 9:00 a.m. now. i'll get a bowl of cereal or something. >> i'll go with kate to workout. >> she's in all the games. is she one of the fans who screams to you from the stands? >> she's the one after the game, did you hear me? yes, honey. yes, i did. >> good answer. >> absolutely. >> i just came from houston. you know, we were lending a hand. and the spirit of that city and what you guys meant to it, you have any idea how much you mean to that town? >> man, it's been incredible, the outpouring of love from that city. and we were in a special place to really connect with the city when they needed it. they needed something to cheer for and be happy about. and for us to go that far and to win it all, i think it really can connect a sports team and a city. and we'll always be linked for that. >> give us three seconds on how you were able to pull this off. a wedding was planned while you were in the postseason.
>> the wedding was planned before the postseason or it would have been a week later. when i got traded, we had it planned out. >> were you thinking about the dates? >> we thought, there's only one thing that could screw all this up and that's going to game seven of the world series. so, you know, i happened to be pitching game six. i was thinking to myself, it's meant to be. just a little extra incentive. we have to win this one. it was a well-fought game and they won. here comes game seven. all of our guests are arriving at our venue. and we're getting texts before the game's starting. hey, your wedding's great. if you feel to show up. >> what was more nerve-racking? standing on the mound or standing on the altar? >> standing on the mound at the world series. i know my wife is here. i got to -- >> well, again, i don't know how you can have a better month and year than you're having. congratulations. >> thank you so much. >> couldn't have happened to a nicer guy. >> congratulations. >> thank you. straight ahead, tim mcgraw
good friday morning. let's take a look outside and talk to first alert meteorologist bill henley. >> we're enjoying lots of sunshine. it looks pretty, but it is pretty chilly outside. the wind is still with us. philadelphia, just a few thin clouds in the distance. sunshine. we will warm up, but it's going to be limited and here's why. northwe northwest northwesterly winds give us temperatures that feel freezing. traffic reporter jessica boyington is watching a problem on the blue route. >> the southbound ramp to 95 northbound, a big area to have a big problem. we're watching this here.
i think a second ago i was seeing cars moving through, but now it looks like they may have stopped them complete lly becau of an over turned tractor trailer up aheads. you can see one car at a time moving through the area slowly. big delays. we follow breaking news out of westchester. an inferno at a senior living facility forced more than 140 people out into the cold. ordinary people joined workers and first responders to wrap up the victims and get them to a safe place. here's a look at the aftermath this morning from sky force 10. firefighters are still putting out hot spots. more news in 25 minutes.
8:30, now, on this friday morning. it is the 17th of november, 2017. and we have a great crowd. a big crowd. and a lot of excitement in the air, because tim and faith are here. they're about to perform live on our citi concert stage. >> i'm over here, you guys. okay. let me tell you something. tim and faith -- tim and faith have tons and tons of fans. but look at you two. we have jennie and brian. jennie and brian have never heard tim and faith live. however, was one of their songs you danielsed to at your wedding? >> it was our song when we started dating. >> what was the song? >> it's your love. >> now, you get to see them
live. tim and faith would like to invite you guys to see them in concert, two tickets for you and your hubby. >> oh, my gosh. thank you so much. >> tim and faith, thank you. they're grateful over here. back to you guys. >> thank you. >> isn't that cool? >> so cool. >> that's right. we can go home and see them indoors. we are going to get to that concert in a moment. megyn's here. what do you have coming up? >> cupcakes and cads. thanksgiving cupcakes. and the first roy moore accuser to do a live interview will be on our show today. she has quite a story to toll. and four members of the cast of "downton abbey," yay. >> you're a big fan. >> who isn't? >> i love it, too. >> our charlie took part in
something so cool. the islanders had military appreciation. charlie helped drop the puck. and a portion of the proceeds of each calendar will be donated to american vet dogs. great job, charlie. a good luck for the islanders. they had a big win. >> good job, charlie. mr. roker, a check of the weather? >> the puck's not made of mutton. he's not going for it. let's look what you have for your weekend. out west, finally dries out. sunshine through the plains. a lot of wind. and we've got a lot of rain. and some lake-effect snows, as well. sunday, sunday. we're looking at lake-effect snow, firing up, sunday into monday. wet weather in new england. another storm system moves into the pacific northwest. nice and mild through the rockies, into the southwest. beautiful sunshine from the plains all the way down to the gulf. good morning.
sunshine, yes. cold gusty winds, we've got those too. the temperatures will peak this afternoon below normal in the upper 40s and low 50s. 47 for the lehigh valley. some scattered clouds this morning, out of the picture for most of the afternoon. 50 degrees the high temperature in delaware. 47 degrees with the winds making it feel a little bit coulder for t -- colder for the suburbs. 48 this afternoon in philadelphia. and that is your latest weather. don't forget, you can catch us on our sirius/xm channel, 108. the home of the hoda show and "today show confidential" with dan and mazz. you can catch them free through november 27th. and when you need your weather, check out our friends this weekend, at the weather channel
on cable. mr. lawyer? >> mr. roker, thank you very much. an exciting day for us, tim mcgraw and faith hill. for the first time, they have released an album together. >> it is called "the rest of our life." it is out today. >> how are you? >> good. >> i can't believe it took this long for y'all to do a record together. >> it took a little while. >> more than 21 years. >> did you learn about each other in this process that you didn't know? you've been together so long. was there something about making a record that was revlatory? >> nice word. >> s.a.t. word. >> we're different artists. we approach things differently. we're a different style of music. and i think my stuff is different and her stuff is different when working together. we look at it as a third act. it's a different kind of music. she likes to record live with the band in the studio. when i record, i'm used to being in the studio and not concerned about the way i'm singing.
i'm being a guide for the band. i'm more concerned about the guitars and the keyboards and the drum sounds. when we were in there together i had to learn the songs better because i had to sing live with her. >> that's the first we've done it that way. all the duets in the past, we sung them separately. >> just a handful. >> just a handful. >> there's duets musically. and there's duets in life. what makes this relationship work so well? >> it takes two. that's so sweet. >> why do you think both that. >> she taolerates a lot. >> you tolerate a lot. i'm not the easiest person. we like each other. we do actually like one another. >> that's the key, for sure. >> we have three daughters. we're in it. we talked about it before we got together. two musicians, just the thought of that alone is kind of -- >> we had long conversations about whether we should do this
or not before we got married. >> who drives and who rides side car? >> who drives in the relationship? >> well, the car, i drive. the relationship, she drives. >> you're in charge? >> yeah. >> oh, lord. >> it's pretty -- >> it takes both. >> it's pretty even. we make decisions about things in different ways. but we always talk about it before we do it. having three daughters, you know, acquiesce to mom on those decisions. >> is there a special airing your fans are going to want to watch? >> a showtime special on tonight. first time we've done a special together. it's on showtime tonight. i don't want to call it a concert special. there's a lot of concert footage and a lot of behind-the-scenes and revaling things about our relationship and personal lives that we haven't shared before. we found it interesting. faith did the majority of work on that. >> a lot of people did.
>> i can't stand to see myself on a movie screen. >> it's scary to have documentary cameras because you forget they're there, right? >> they weren't there all the time. just to be clear. >> it can be intimidating, especially when you let yourself get so out of shape. that's crazy. >> so true. puts a lot of pressure on me. >> you beth looth look great. >> there's a lot of fans that are excited to see you together. they have been outside since 4:00 in the morning. would you like to go outside with me. one, two. let's go. we're going outside. tim and faith, on the -- what should we sing together? >> what do you want to sing? >> i like it, i love it, i want some more of it ♪ >> okay. ♪ i can't rise above it we're heading outside. first, this is "today" on
the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. >> welcome back, guys. the wait is over. we have talked to tim and faith. and now, it is time for them to perform. tim and faith, take it away. >> hey. ♪ ♪ so hot outside all i can wear are these cut-off overalls and sandals on my feet ♪ ♪ but i empty my pockets for a bus ticket ♪ ♪ so i can sit there on a bro n
♪ i'm on a roll when i'm with you ♪ ♪ don't stop me now i just can't lose ♪ ♪ 'cause you're mine that's all i need to know ♪ ♪ the sun shines everywhere we go ♪ ♪ it's so right i got you to hold every night ♪ ♪ 'cause you're mine that's all i need to know ♪ ♪ the sun shines everywhere we go ♪ ♪ it's so right 'cause i've got you to hold every night ♪ ♪ yeah, i'm the lucky one i'm the lucky one ♪ ♪ yeah, i'm the lucky one i'm the lucky one ♪ [ cheers and applause ]
♪ ♪ spent $48 last night at the county fair ♪ ♪ i throwed out my shoulder but i won her that teddy bear ♪ ♪ she's got my saying sug pie, honey, darling and dear ♪ ♪ i ain't see the stros play a game all year ♪ ♪ i'm going to get fired if i don't get some sleep ♪ ♪ my long lost buddies say i'm getting in too deep ♪ ♪ but i like it, i love it, int
♪ i try so hard, i can't rise above it ♪ ♪ don't know what it is about that little gal's loving ♪ ♪ but i like it, i love it, i want some more of it ♪ ♪ hey, yeah [ cheers and applause ] >> tim and faith are just getting started. we have even more music straight ahead. but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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now, just $79.99 per month with a 2-year price guarantee, with a 2-year agreement. ♪ we're back on our citi concert stage with tim and faith. you're in the middle of a tour. and you added new dates. >> we did, yeah. >> new towns. >> actually, finished this tour in brooklyn. >> at the barclay center.
we finished this tour. >> and we added a few more next summer. >> we'll be out june, july next summer. and dublin and glasgow in march. >> are the kids going with? >> oh, yeah. >> speaking of the crew, your band. some of the best in the business behind you. >> thank you, y'all. >> we're excited. you're going to sing the title track of the new album. we love it. rest of our lives. take it away, tim and faith. >> thank you. ♪ ♪ sitting with you in a dark room ♪ ♪ warmed by a fireplace
you know there's just something about you ♪ ♪ you brighten my day i got something to run past you ♪ ♪ i just hope i say it right so, i take your hand and ask you ♪ ♪ have you made plans for the rest of your life ♪ ♪ there's one thing i should be killing off and giving up now ♪ ♪ and that's worrying about life oh, i'll be fine ♪ ♪ if one gray hair shows i'll be fine ♪
♪ if my waistline grows i'll be fine ♪ ♪ even when time takes its toll we'll stay young for the rest of our lives ♪ ♪ i've been making plans for children ♪ ♪ since i've been looking in your eyes ♪ ♪ i even have names picked out for them ♪ ♪ daughter'd be rose son would be ryan ♪ ♪ there's one thing i should be killing off ♪ ♪ and giving up now and that's worrying about life ♪ ♪ and oh, i'll be fine if one gray hair shows ♪ ♪ i'll be fine if my waistline grows ♪
♪ i'll be fine even if time takes its toll ♪ ♪ we'll stay young for the rest of our lives ♪ ♪ i don't really care about those storm clouds brewing ♪ ♪ oh, as long as you're here by my side ♪ ♪ oh, we'll be young oh, we'll be young ♪ ♪ oh, we'll be young when we're old ♪ ♪ oh, i'll be fine if one gray hair shows ♪ ♪ i'll be fine if my waistline grows ♪ ♪ i'll be fine even when time takes its toll ♪ ♪ i'll stay young for the rest
of my life ♪ ♪ with you, i'll stay young for the rest of my life ♪ ♪ with you, we'll stay young for the rest of our life ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> hear more from tim mcgraw and faith hill and all our citi concert artists at applemusic.com/today. another big thank you to tim and faith. they are so awesome. they are so in love. we are back in a moment. but first, this is "today" on but first, this is "today" on nbc. for mild-to-moderate eczema? it can be used almost everywhere on almost everybody.
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