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good morning. backing down. president trump backing down. president trump says he's willing to delay the fight of the border wall to avoid a government shutdown. significant flooding across the south leading to risky rescues, and widespread outages. more heavy rain on the way from the carolinas to new england. before and after. new video and audio recordings from the united airlines passenger dragging accident shedding more light on what happened. >> it's something we oversaw. >> as documents attained by nbc news reveal one of the security
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suspended for another incident just weeks before. and nbc news exclusive. faye dunaway breaks her silence. >> can you laugh about it? >> no. >> why she says she still hasn't recovered today. tuesday, april 25th, 2017. from nbc news, this is need with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1 a in rockefeller plaza. >> good morning. welcome to today on a tuesday morning. if there's stages of grief, i guess she's not quite at the we're ready to laugh about it moment. >> as we approach the 100-day mark of this administration, i think the president should sign an executive order making it okay. >> i know. to move on. >> we'll have more
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interview with faye dunaway, first, the deadline to keep the government operating and not shutting down. president trump indicated that he's willing to drop his border wall funding demand to get a deal. we have several reports. we'll start with peter alexander at the white house. good morning, peter. >> reporter: good morning to you. the initial 1 .4 billion price tag to begin building the president's proposed border wall was a sticking point in avoiding a government shut down that still could happen this saturday. the president's 100th day in office. president trump has been looking to get a big win ahead of that milestone. he's now backing away from a possible budget standoff. just days after demanding money to build the border wall be included in a spending bill the congress must spin this week to avoid the government shutdown, he's now saying he's open to delaying funding for wall construction until this fall ns
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the white house optimistic shutdown will be averted. >> they feel confident that won't happen. >> reporter: president trump, the headliner a brand new tax reform plan to be unveiled tomorrow. the president promising a massive tax cut and trying to deliver on another campaign pledge slashing the corporate tax rate from 35 % to 15%. critics warning that would balloon the deficit. but the secretary insists it adds up. >> it will pay for itself with economic growth. >> reporter: and a renewed plan to repeal and replace obama care. a top aide insisting republicans are getting close. meanwhile after a storm of criticism, the state department removed a blog post promoting mar-a-lago describing it as the winter white house. the three-week old post raising new questions about ethics and
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nancy pelosi tweeting why is donald trump's state department promoting the president's private club. late monday the state department replacing the original post saying it was the inform the president where the president has been hosting world leaders and it regrets any misperception. >> reporter: eastern ven as the president has called 100 days a ridiculous standard. overnight the white house launched a new website focussed on trying to highlight the accomplishments. what it describes as bold action during president trump's first 100 days. >> peter, thank you. let's talk more about president trump and those first 100 days and how they stack up against prior administrations. we will break things down. candidate trump made a lot of promises during the election season and then president trump added to those promises after he took office.
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what numbers have you come up with? >> every presidential pledge made, found 35 pledges and out of those in 18 cases no effort to make any sort of public follow through. on 17 we found some action. >> executive orders, here's where he's been very busy. a couple that come to mind, the life thytime ban on regulation to be followed by two existing regulations going away. talk to me about his actions there. >> that's right. if there is a bright spot for donald trump on the 100 days, this is it. 25 executive orders. many the people remember. the two travel bans. the regulations you mentioned. others on reorganizing government. this is far more than obama and his predecessor. this is an area where he used the power of the
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out of washington yar, get out the travel. let's talk about travel. >> he has been on the road, ten states, similar to obama using state obama to push initiatives. here's the contrast. at this point when you look at trips abroad, all around the world, donald trump has not left the country in the first 10 d0 days. obama had been to nine. people talk about america first, this might be one sign of it. >> all right. thank you. let's go to savannah. we'll talk about more of this with nicole wallace and josh earnest. i guarantee that when i was covering the white house and you were there, if i mentioned 100 days, you'd say that's a media construct. it doesn't matter.
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which president trump has more political tall capital to try t things done. it does not appear that he has used this period at the height of his political power to get that much accomplished. . >> we talk about the 100 days and the president knocked it down saying it's artificial. do we want as citizens of this country administrations rushing through crucial legislation just to hit some mark on a calendar? >> well, we don't want it for that reason, but we need signs of life and a sign of a competent governing capacity. so far they haven't displayed that. they tried to enact the muslim ban. it was tied up in court. they tried to repeal health care. that was a big whiff as well. we don't need it for sort of an artificial
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that trump touted. but the challenge is with the exception of a very big accomplishment which is the appointment of gorsuch, they don't have a lot to show for their 100 day efforts. >> on one hand the president is saying this is a ridiculous standard. on the other hand, he seems to be working overtime to try to notch victories before friday, including the border wall funding. he said we have to get it into this budget deal. and now he had to back down. >> yeah. >> it is extraordinarily shortsighted. anybody who paid any attention to congress over the last decade recognized in order to pass budget bills, you need democrats. democrats were not going to include funding for a budget wall. it's not surprising he climbed down from the proposal. if anything the fact that he did so on a monday night as opposed to waiting until the deadline on friday is an
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be learning something. >> 96% of the people part of president trump's base are sticking with him in a poll. how does the base feel about backing down from the border wall. they want mexico to pay for it, not the u.s. government. how will they feel about that? >> his base is a personal obsession. they think they all have my cell phone. i was in michigan and pennsylvania talking to him. they're going to give him time. they still believe in the muslim ban as a strategy to protect the homeland. you talk about artificial deadlines. to them 100 days is not a fair amount of time and they'll give him time. i think we see failed efforts. they see flexibility when it comes to agreeing to not fund the wall. >> he got a supreme court nominee through, and a lot of people have given him points for foreign policy issues. doing something decisive in syria. perhaps getting china to bere
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cooperative. >> it's unwise to gauge foreign policy success on a 100-window. he's trying to turn it into a constructive governing agenda. it's not been smooth sailing. in the meantime president trump's daughter is making her debut on the world stage this morning. ivanka is speaking at a forum in berlin, germany. her first international trip as an unpaid adviser to her father. hallie jackson made the trip as well. and hallie, i think the purpose of the trip is stated as discussing job training. is there an agenda on the part of angela merkel who made the invitation? >> reporter: that seems to be a part of the political calculation here on behalf of chancellor merkel who invited vung trump to themm
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the economic empowerment of women after the two of them were seated side by side when merkel visited washington last month. he appears to be working on capitalizing ivanka trump's signature issue, women in the work force. ivanka trump is just out with an op ed in the financial times talking about this issue. working to build relationships with the other women leader who is have come for the so-called w-20 summit. this is big news in germany. the front page of one newspaper described her as the first whispwhi whisperer asking if she will steer her father in a more moderate course or will she be otherwise. the visit is at a time when her father is not popular here. allies are looking at his positions on trade,to
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immigration. so for ivanka trump, a big role in her first official trip as this assistant to the president, even though she's had plenty of experience on the world stage as a businesswoman. hallie, thank you very much. overnight what's being called a large scale live fire drill by north korea is only serving to escalation tension between that regime and the trump administration. this as officials from the u.s., japan, and south korea have emergency crisis talks. >> reporter: no nuclear test, no missile test this morning. but the north koreans firing off an awful lot of artillery in a show of force today. the u.s. flexing its own military muff military mis -- muscle. >> reporter: a subdued celebration and so far no sign of the supreme leader. marking the day with talk of war
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exercise on a massive scale according to a south korean military official. u.s. officials tell nbc news the [000:13:15;00] uss michigan pulled into port this morning. a routine stop and not part of a military buildup. u.s. defense officials telling us they believe north korea is gearing up for a show of force today or tomorrow. the north koreans already firing off fresh threats against the u.s. the most brutal punishment in the sky and land as well as sea without any warning if the u.s. launches a preemptive strike. in tokyo today chief nuclear negotiators from the u.s., japan and south korea met to talk strategy. president trump called on the united nations security council to impose more sanctions. >> north korea is a big world problem.
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and the it's a problem we have to finally no word on american tony kim detained over the weekend at pyongyang airport. >> as far as i know, we have not gained access to the individual in question. >> reporter: and still no explanation from the regime. and the u.s. not letting up on the pressure. those military drills that i mentioned, the navy says they'll continue tomorrow. and the secretary of state rex tillerson is going to be chairing meeting on north korea's special meeting at the u.n. on friday. >> all right. thank you. the state of arkansas executed two death row inmates last night hours apart. jack jones and marcel williams received lethal injections. it was the first double execution in the u.s. since 2000. they planned to execute men because a key lethal injection drug expires at tend of next month.
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last week the state cnd four others were blocked by courts. and news on the tennessee teacher accused of kidnapping a student. he took out a $4500 loan just before they disappeared and planned to flee to mexico. they were found last week in california. he made his first court appearance on monday. he's been charged with transporting a minor across state lines for the purpose of sex. he faces a kidnapping charge. big problems for computer users all over the world on monday, a glitch. a web root anti-virus service shut down an untold number of computers after it showed windows as malicious. anti-virus software programs are designed to ignore windows files. many customers were left with
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hundreds or thousands moved to quarantine. the company says it has now resolved the program. >> i didn't return the e-mail yesterday. >> a lot of that was over my head. >> tech talk. matt will explain it in the break. >> please. what's happening? >> a lot of rain in the carolinas. we've seen several incidents of severe flooding. look at the cars trying to drive through the flood waters which you should never do. north carolina we've been seeing a lot of the significant flooding. wake county has reports of more than 7 inches of rain. raleigh just over 6 inches of rain, and that little guy trying to escape the puddle. we are going to see more rainfall with a flash flood emergency in effect until 11:00 this morning. look at all the heavy rain from raleigh and points north. this is what's producing flash flooding. cloud to ground lightning
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po for now. once we go into this afternoon and evening, possible delays at all major airlines. rain and wind, especially coastal areas could see wind near 45 miles per hour. it's this area of low pressure pumping into the moisture. a lot of water content with the system. we're looking at several inches of rain up and down the east coast. by the time we go through tomorrow, some areas in massachusetts and southern new england could pick up 3 to 4 additional inches of rain. your local forecast is coming up
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in the next 30 seconds. good morning. a cloudy and chilly start this morning. temperatures in the 50s right now, and there is rain in southern maryland. it's coming into the metro area. temperatures later today with rain likely during the lunch hour today. eventually up into the upper 50s to around 60 degrees. a lot of clouds around tomorrow. maybe a drizzle early tomorrow morning. drying out tomorrow afternoon. and the seths and back to summertime by the weekend. >> that's your latest forecast. >> you moved over here. >> i can't keep up. coming up, we have never before seen video and audio recordings from the passenger dragging incident on the united airlines flight. the new light they may be shedding.
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>> and bill o'reilly speaks out since being let go by fox ne firing will leave his supporters shaken.
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dinwiddie street. buss are working around the closure. let's check the rest of your commute with melissa mollet. inner loop at green belt metro, a crash on the left shoulder. a little bit of a delay as folks are coming southbound there. on 95 on to the inner loop. northbound 95 virginia route 1 woodbridge, the left side of the roadway getting by. 270 at montrose, normal volume southbound.
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your forecast is next. we'll take a quick break. good morning. your tuesday has a cloudy start everywhere and rain is starting to move back into the picture. don't leave home without your umbrella. in the mid 50s for temperatures. we'll eventually be in the upper 50s to around 60s. no sunshine today.
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precious sunshine early later in the day. tomorrow we'll be back up in the 70s. >> chuck. thank you. another local update in about 25 minutes. >> for now, back to the "today"
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show after this short break. ♪ 7:30, n >> 7:30 now on a tuesday morning. 25th of april, 2017. it is not a nice day in new york city by a long stretch. not even country music can make these people feel better. the it's been raining for the last couple hours. the it's supposed to continue throughout much of the day. know what? we're going to get out there anyway. >> we are. >> 100% of a bad hair day. >> for me, not. matt lauer alongside savannah guthrie and hoda kotb. >> we've been talking about an exclusive interview with faye dunaway giving her take on the
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oscars best picture. >> he took the card and didn he looked over me off stage. he looked around. and i finally said, you're impossible. i thought he was joking. warren is like that. >> what did she think when she realized the mistake? is she laughing about it now? >> he wasn't stalling. he was deciding who was going to get the awkward moment. >> this is wrong. you take it. >> more of that coming up. let's get a look at today's headlines. it appears progress is being made toward a budget deal to prevent a government shutdown. president trump is now backing off his demand that money to build his border wall be included. something democrats said they wouldn't support. instead, a senior administration official tells nbc news trump is open to obtaining that funding later this year. >> the north korean crisis took several new turns overnight.
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its military held a live fire drill to mark the also a u.s. submarine arrived in the area while enjoys held a meeting in tokyo to talk about the growing threat by north korea. and elton john is resting at home after being treated for a bacterial infection. he said he became violently ill on a flight from chile to britain. he was rushed to hospital, diagnosed and spent two nights in intensive care. he is expected to make a full recovery, but he has been forced to cancel several upcoming concerts in vegas. we found out he just tweeted something. he tweeted this. he said woke up to an avalanche of well wishes. thank you to everybody for reaching out. i'm looking forward to getting back on tour. >> let's add to it. it's a big friend of this show. get well.
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beginninew information on t passenger dragging. we have audio report recordings and the t statements from the officers involved. >> a reminder that these security officers were not police officers. they were wearing jackets that said police. one incident report we obtained threw a freedom of information act says dr. dao struck his face on an armrest. another said dao had become violent. this morning we obtained surveillance video from the united airlines gate in chicago that appears to show dr. david dao boarding his flight to louisville. and the radio call sending security officers to dr. dao's plane when he refused to give up his seat. >> were they drinking? >> no. it's something with this a volunteer or something like that. >> this is a departing flight? >> yeah. >> reporter: minutes later the
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camera appears to show dr. dao's running back on. soon after an ambulance arrives. passengers get off. then back on. on board dao's attorney saying he suffered a concussion, broken nose, two broken teeth and sinus injuries when security officers pulled him from his seat. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: three officers involved filed incident reports with the chicago department of aviation involuntarily writing they were, quote, under dresz because they feared losing their jobs if they didn't. they were later put on leave. the security officer who grabbed the man reported that dr. dao refused to leave and folded his arms tightly. dr. dao's turn culls it nonsense. >> in any way was dr. dao a threat? >> no. he's a pushy kid.
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and there's video shng there was nothing he did that caused -- that should have caused united airlines to bring in the storm troopers that came in. >> i am not going. >> reporter: in fact, video reviewed shows dr. dao adamant that he would not give up his seat because he had patients to see the next morning but he was not violent. >> reporter: also we learned of a fourth security officer who responded, a sergeant. he was put on administrative leave ten days after the incident. the new documents reveal that officer long was suspended weeks earlier for a separate incidence of inentoorduation. united airlines apologized. this morning saying our focus is reviewing our policies and making this right for our customers so something like this doesn't happen again. >> what's appropriate compensation for dr. dao? >> i don't know. it's too early to tell. >> are we talking tens of millions of dollars?
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>> i don't >> the attorney says dr. dao is still recovering from his physical and emotional injuries, and he has not been able to return to work in kentucky. we reached out to the four officers involved through the chicago department of aviation which declined to comment. last week the chicago department of aviation told the security officers to review department policies on use of force and comply with the regulations. starting to see the ripple effects from this. >> no question. tom, thank you. >> let us head over to dylan who is in while al is off today. >> good morning. we have a pretty strong cold front moving through the middle of the country. today a slight risk of stronger storms like kansas city, joplin and the tulsa. hail and damaging winds a threat. not that widespread. the risk increases tomorrow right through south eastern missouri. most of arkansas, extreme northern louisiana. we could see tornadoes tomorrow.
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15 million people under riskor possible tornadoes, especially through the afternoon. here's that front. it's really warm ahead of the front and very chilly behind it. it's the clash of air masses that will trigger storms today. watch wednesday. that's the line of severe storms that we will keep an eye on through the afternoon and evening with the possibility of hail, damaging winds, and tornadoes. it could get nasty tomorrow. as it moves east, it will start to fizzle out a little bit. that's a look at the weather across the country. here's a peek out your window. >> rain on the way. most of the areas are dry. it's south south moving up. we have a lot of moisture from the atlantic moving up too. the heavy rain around north carolina, that should stay to the south. we could see heavy rain around lunchtime. temperatures right now are in the mid 50s across the area. here's future weather. lunch, heavy rain tapering off this afternoon. still showers in the forecast.
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o'reilly to >> i'm sad i'm not on television anymore. i was very surprised how it all turned out. >> reporter: the former king of cable news debuting a new podcast less than a week after being forced out at fox. >> i'm confident the truth will come out, and when it does, i don't know if you're going to be surprised, but i think you're going to be shaken as i am. >> good evening. >> reporter: fox news is trying to move on without the star with tucker carlson taking over. >> o'reilly set a high bar and i'm going to do my pest best to it. >> reporter: another high profile accuser is speaking out against roger ailes. >> did he sexually harass you. >>. >> reporter: alison camerota is sayi sayi saying ailes harassed her. >> he said, well, i would have
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to work with you. >> work witou it may require us getting to know each other better. and that might have to happen away from here, and it might have to happen at a hotel. >> reporter: she said she ignored the advances and then suffered emotional harassment. in a statement to nbc news roger ailes' attorney denies the claim. calling the accusation unsubstantiated and false. ailes resigned from the network following multiple sexual harassment allegations. but on monday one of his accusers former fox news host filed a new lawsuit against him and the network alleging senior executives sub jjected her to illegal computer hacking and electronic surveillance. to intimidate, and crush her career. the information was that false
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information was fed personal information to troll her online. her lawyers argue these twitter messages were an effort to emotionally devastate her and make her concerned about her physical safety. fox news it will e tells nbc they deny her allegations saying this lawsuit is a flimsy pretext to keep her and her sexual harassment claims in the public eye. and as the battle plays out in the court of public opinion, o'reilly is telling fans on the podcast that there's more to his story and to stay tuned. >> now, i can't say anymore, because i just don't want to influence the flow of the information. you as a loyal o'reilly listener have a right to know, i think, down the lane, what exactly happened, and we're working in that direction. >> reporter: the new york state supreme court already suspended the first lawsuit alleging
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sexual harassment against ailes. the court ordering her to privately settle the dispute in arbitration in line with her employment contract. gets more complicated every day. thank you very much. coming up next, video of a flying car. they do exist, matt. a lot of people excited about this. special sheinelle in the orange room, right after this. mr. wise man ... ... you wish to know how to protect your sterling credit score. my credit is off to a good start, but knowing so many things can go wrong with it... kinda freaks me out. well, unfreak yourself out... and download the free creditwise app from capital one. creditwise gives you a credit score, and alerts you to changes. even if i'm not a capital one customer? nooooo! yeah, it's free for everyone. thank you. gravity, is a fickle mistress. what's in your wallet? poor mouth breather. allergies? stuffy nose? can't sleep? take that. a breathe right nasal strip instantly opens your nose
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operate in the u.s. people c minutes, and no pilot's license is required. the first view of the aircraft in action has so many people excited online. matt tweets no joke, i want a flying car. that flier looks impossibly fun. >> one most reads i don't trust people driving on the ground. i can't imagine them flying. and then there's the thought that it doesn't really look like a car. laura writes cool but more like a flying spider web. kitty hawk confirmed the final vehicle will look different and will be available at christmas. big time companies have previously revealed flying car concepts. today uber is kicking off a three-day summit to talk about flying cars. it's coming. >> wow. >> first of all, you need a
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back to the "today" show. ♪ it's 8:00 o it's 8:00 on "today." coming up serena slam less than a week after announcing she's expecting her first child, a tennis great speaking out about racist comments from another legendary player. plus clearing the air. >> "la la land." >> faye dunaway speaks out about the oscars flub. >> it's a moment i have not still recovered from. >> and why it's still too soon to laugh about it. and baby is back. fans get their first look at the dir the
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it said today isin good day. i love it. >> that's a attitude. >> we have the morton salt girl here. >> coming up on this really good day, dr. oz and joy bauer are back. they are have part two to help you drop 10 pounds by the start of summer. yesterday we talked about breakfast. today we talk about lunch choices. >> first let's get a check on the morning top stories. i'm kristen welker at the white house. it's the final sprint to the president's first 100 days in office set for saturday. that benchmark on a collision course with the government set to run out of money the night before. in a last-minute attempt to avert a government shutdown the president abandoned his demand that the government spending bill include money for a boarder wall. the president is now open to getting the new funds for the border wall this fall. overnight chuck schumer called the president's pivot good for the country.
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the president is on health care. house republicans back today were working to revive the plan to repeal and replace obama care, but the reality, is vote is unlikely this week. the president vowing to unveil his tax plan tomorrow. some republicans are already expressing concern it will only add to the deficit. the president's daughter ivanka is in germany at the invitation of chancellor merkel for a summit focussed on women's empowerment. for his part, president trump will deliver a speech at the holocaust newseum. an autopsy revealed erin moran likely died from comp complications from cancer. a joint statement says she had stage four cancer.
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it did not specify which type are pending, officials noted that no illegal narcotics were found in that home. serena williams is speaking out against another legendary star of the sport accused of making a shocking remark about her unborn child. it happened at an international press conference on friday. the romaine yan team captain was overheard making racist comments ant serena williams' unborn baby. he allegedly said let's see what color it has, chocolate with milk? the grand slam champion who announced her pregnancy with this selfie last week slammed him on instagram. it disapoint points me to know we live in a society where people like this can make such racist comments toward myself and an unborn child.
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the former tennis champion reportedly has a reputation for bad behavior with some media outlets nicknaming him nasty. he condemned the remarks and said it is launching an investigation. fellow tennis stars also showing their support for serena. ilie is the most disgraceful figure in our sport. on monday tennis's number one female post third down to her future bundle of joy. my dearest baby, you gave me the strength i didn't know i had. you taught me the true meaning of serenity and peace. i can't wait to meet you. >> and the itf has suspended nastae after he was thrown out of a the tennis match on saturday for verbal abuse. we have not heard back for comment. there seems to be a pattern of this kind of behavior with him. >> even though his past behavior
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on the court wh above the pale. >> just ahead, faye dunaway tells her side of the oscars mixup story for the first time. and a special report series and who better to do it, exposing the dirty truth. >> good morning. i'm jeff. coming up, a new report about how much pea is in pools. we want to see for ourself, so we're out getting samples. we'll show you the results next. t ischemic strokes
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first, lester holt is here with his exclusive interview with faye dunaway. >> there's more, more or less. >> i got it. >> all right. >> do the intro. >> just read the words on the prompter. we're talking about that awkward oscars moment when faye dunaway and warren bay thety announced the wrong best picture winner. she's still not over it. >> the it's a moment i still have not recovered from. we had planned to come on stage, do some banter, see the film clips. then warren was supposed to open the envelope and for suspense pass me the card to announce the winner. we rehearsed it. but what happened was warren opened the envelope, took the card out, and didn't speak. he looked around. he looked over me. he looked inside the envelope again. >> time is ticking by. >> you say something? >> i said --
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>> you're impossible. >> he's charming. he makes you wait, and he's just the best in all those ways but the show is going late, and i was trying to tell him, come on, let's get on with it. >> "la la land." >> and i read the name of the film on the card. and it was the wrong name. >> but you didn't know that at the time? >> no. and suddenly someone said no, no, they didn't win. >> there's a mistake. "moonlight". >> it clearly wasn't your fault, but did you feel stunned by it? >> yeah. we were, i won't say deer in the headlights, but you are stunned. you don't know what's happened. >> were you angry? >> no, i was very guilty. i thought i could have done something surely. why didn't i see emma stone's name on the top of the card? there was something about that moment in front of the entire world in all our history.
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>> i think just combin us both not able to perform what normally one would perform. normally you would say this is the wrong card, but it didn't happen that way. >> can the two of you laugh about it yet? >> not really. >> let's talk about something else. the case for christ. the it was a fascinating book. it's about a journalist who wants to disprove christianity and finds the opposite. you're in one scene, but it's a pretty powerful and pivotal scene in the movie. >> to be honest, that would be an even miracle than the resurrection. >> why did you want to be a part of it? >> i've been interested in faith films. i'd like to get myself involved more in that. >> you're marking the 50th anniversary of bonnie and clyde. this was early in your career. it was a transformative part. >> this we rob banks.
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>> she was a very touching character. sassy and bold. it was a wild ride. slowly i think it began to crumble. bonnie at one point was feeling so much anguish and everything that she wanted to go back and see her mother. that lovely run through the corn yards that she made, warren caught up and he said don't ever do that. don't ever runaway, and i said i want to see my mama, and he said we're going to go. we went to see my mama, and warren was beside me at this point. he said we're going to come back and see you more often, mama. she said you'd better not do that clyde. you won't live long with you do. >> i love the fact that you can still recite the lines in character. >> i can remember a lot of the lines. >> she's a terrific lady. it is still sticking in her krau, the oscars thing. the company that was in charge of the awards and the cards took
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full responsibility for it. but 's hard to brush off. >> she should move on. >> it's like a worst nightmare. >> we all do live tv. >> we can relate. >> you want to stick around? >> yeah. what the heck? >> let's do some trending. by the way, we'll hear more from faye dunaway with kathie lee and hoda tomorrow. lester, you always look good. you like fashion. >> i do. >> you like new shoes? what's the first thing you do when you buy a new pair of shoes? >> after i've bought them? >> yeah. >> moon walk? >> i wear them. >> before you wear them? don't you take them out on the sidewalk and stuff them up? >> no. >> you don't do that? >> i buy the rubber soles. >> i buy training shoes. >> no. these are not the leather ones.
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>> really, i wish told this young man that. watch this. >> look at you. >> worst thing that happens in prom season. you know you want to make a good impression for your prom date, but there you go down the stairs. the it's all downhill from there. >> and when we loop it over and over. >> i know. >> it could have been a dance move. >> we had the names of the people and the dates. i didn't want to mention it. they're kids. >> no. >> so many people live on the internet forever. >> i'm sure he stuck the ending at the landing. >> when calvin was born, did you baby proof the house? >> no. >> hoda? >> not yet, but i plan to. >> see what you think. there's a mom and a blogger who says don't baby proof. she says let them learn. and they won't do it again. this means to baby gates near
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the stairs. she sayswe them closely anyway. what about a contaactus? she says her son tricked her finger and never touched it again. my mom did the hot stove theory. she would set us on a window sill and be like you got to learn somehow. i'm going to go smoke a pack of cigarettes and watch the tv. >> this just officially became therapy. let's go with that. >> cut this to the west coast feed in arizona. >> i agree. unless it's chemicals and the outlets, things like that. >> stairs and sockets. >> did you guys do it? >> what do you think? i had everything covered in bubble wrap. >> you were covered in bubble wrap. >> i see an accident happening 30 seconds before it happens. >> what about when you were a kid? >> no. my mom was lady. >> that was before seat belts. >> and we all turned out okay. it's all fine. >> i won't even get started
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about my da the back of the truck while driving. >> were you in the back of the truck? >> yes. >> that was arizona in the 70s. >> a reality show. >> romantic comedies have it all. you find yourself getting so involved in the characters' lives that sometimes you can't help but wonder what would happen to them if they were real after the movie ends. our friends at buzz feed came up with a fun quiz asking if our favorite movie couples would really stay together for the long hall. i'll give you the movie, tell me what they stay together. pretty woman kwth in. >> no. >> yes. >> because she's a prostitute. is that it? >> because he's a player. >> i don't want to be judging but -- >> right. yes. >> all right. according to survey, 48 % say they stay together forever. 33% --
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>> i believe in love but didn't work out. 19% say i give it two weeks. >> no way? >> how about edward and vivian? >> that's pretty woman. >> how about you got mail? >> for sure. >> they stay together. >> yeah? okay. 49%. i'm sure they had a nice fling, but then they probably split up. 37 % say they stay together forever, it was meant to be. 14 % say no way. they were basically enemies. it makes no sense. >> they stay together. >> they dominate. >> they're together right now. >> all right. one more. lester do the scene for me at the deli. good. >> i'll have what you're having. >> did they stay together? >> yeah. i think so. >> no. >> no. >> i never saw it. >> wait. what?
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>> i know. >> i've never seen "when harry met sally". >> 60% of people say they stay together forever. 30 % nice marriage but farfetched. 10%, no way. who gets married after two months. >> does anyone believe in love? >> sheinelle, were you yes on all of them? >> am i the eternal optimist? >> me and hoda, we believe in love. >> you thought bonnie and clyde lived happily ever after. >> it was passionate. >> can i segway to pop start? while we're on the topic of our favorite movie couples, it's "dirty dancing." this is the film's 30th anniversary. the trailer was just released. take a look. >> what's your name? >> baby.
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>> nobody puts baby in a corner. >> that's all now. deborah messing and sara hi highling join the cast. the stars of a hit tv show had been going through a divorce. despite the split they announced they signed on for more episodes extending the season to 20 episodes. they've worked together for a long time and are looking forward to continuing their work together and the tarek saying they're excited to flip the house. >> i have two words for you. cha-ching. >> that's why you get 20 more episodes. >> and ben affleck made an appearance in california. during a q and a session he was asked if he hoped his kids would pursue acting. he said while he loves act, he doesn't want to push them. if they're 18 and want to make
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those choices that's being a child actor, i know too much on the downside what that can be like. >> lester, thank you. >> thank you for having me. >> dylan? never saw "when harry met sally ". >> i know. >> okay, mr. i never saw "star wars." >> let's look at the warmup up and down the east coast. once we lose the next couple of rainy days, it's starting to warm up in areas like texas where we're in the upper 80s. we'll hit lower 90s soon enough. look at the colder air behind the front. rapid city 34 degrees. that's about 25 degrees below average. on wednesday nashville hits 85. raleigh up to 82 when the sunshine returns. wichita to about 58. on thursday the warm air starts to spread into the northeast. philadelphia 81 degrees. we could get close to 90 degrees in d.c. by friday. that's a look at the weather across the country. here's a peek out our window. >> i'm chuck bell.
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it is a cloudy and cool start of the temperatures are in the mid 50s and there are rain drops coming northbound out of southern maryland over the lower bay toward the city. grab that umbrella. afternoon temperatures staying much like yesterday in the upper 50s to around 60 degrees. and as you heard there, it is going to start to get warmer around here. tomorrow into the 70s with a lot of crowds around. mid 80s thursday and friday and looks like our first 90 on saturday. >> and that's your latest forecast. we're kicking off a special rossen report series this morning. it's called the dirty truth. >> we'll start in the pool. jeff rossen, good morning. >> i sort of agree with you. it is spring out there right now officially. it has us thinking about diving in at home and on vacation. before you do, there is a new study out of canada confirming our worst fears about -- >> there it is.
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>> she >> pee in pools. our pools must be better, right? this morning we're pulling out the test kits to check it out for ourselves. the it's almost pool time. fun for kids. and adults too. but do you know what's really lurking underneath? researchers in canada testing 31 pools and hot the tubs. the results? urine in every single one. on average 8 gallons in a the typical size pool. before you go judging, check out michael phelps talking to the media. >> i think everybody pees in the pool. >> you may want to avoid swimming with olympians, but what about the pool on your next
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vacation? to find out, i go undercover and >> reporter: what's in this water? pools. hitting the pool. and hot tubs. >> everyone loves a hot tub. >> reporter: taking samples, and sending them off to a certified lab. let's start with the obvious. >> the it's the kiddie pool. keep my fingers crossed. i hope these kids kept their legs cross. they didn't. a key compound found in urine in it. how about the wave pool? not any better. pee here too. but come on. they're full of kids. what about hotel pools? mostly adults relaxing here. will they do better? >> another pool. >> reporter: another sample. nope. so we try another hotel pool. and another. all three have pee. we share our results with nbc medical correspondent dr. john torez.
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>> i always >> it doesn't kill the urine, and the smell is urine mixed with the clo reen you get the smell from. that's what makes people sick. >> reporter: this is gross. but are there any real health risks? >> there are some. when the urine mixes with the chlorine, it can irritate your lung and skin. you wouldn't know where it's coming from. >> reporter: we have one big category left, hot tubs. notorious breeding grounds for germs and bacteria, but we've never tested for pee before. bad news. we test two hot tubs, and both have urine. in the end from the water park to the hot tubs and pools we
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tested, only one, yes, just one came back pee free. >> don't pee in a pool. tell your family and friends, don't pee in the pool. that's going to be tough. 64% of americans say they pee in pools. the only way to get rid of it completely is to everyone thety and drain the pool and refill it back up. hotels don't do that. >> 64% of people admit it? >> yeah. >> little kid pea? four-year-olds, five-year-olds, for some reason, i don't know why are you looking at me that way. for some reason a 77-year-old man versus a two-year-old. >> no one gets up at the swim up bar on vacation. >> that's true. >> it's going to be a long, hot summer. sitting on the lawn for four months. >> thank you, jeff. see you tomorrow. coming up, we're tackling better lunch choices to help you drop ten pounds by summer after
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your local news. this is a news 4 today news break. >> good morning. 8:26 now. let's start with a check on the roads with melissa mollet. >> taking a look 270 southbound at montrose road, a disabled vehicle slowing things. beltway is looking pretty good here this morning. no major problems there. southbound gw parkway, right side blocked. 66 eastbound between nutley and the beltway, a problem on the right. and northbound prince william parkway closed between balls ford and 66. >> a check on the forecast when we come back.
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stay with us. our stretch of cool and cloudy days will go another day. temperatures in the mid 50s now. there's rain coming across
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southern maryland. that's coming toward the city. umbrella. temperatures today will stay mostly in the upper 50s to around 60. and tomorrow a lot of clouds around. especially tomorrow morning with drizzle possible. it will be milder back into the 70s tomorrow afternoon. oil and gas get where they need to go safely. because safety is never being satisfied.
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and always working to be better. ♪ it is 8:30 on this tuesday it is 8:30 on this tuesday morning, the 25th of april. still nasty outside. we'll go out, but sheinelle did not want to go. >> she said no. >> our thanks to people for showing up early. >> coming up later, dr. oz and joy are back with more of their plan to help you drop ten pounds by summertime. they're sharing simple lunchtime ideas to give you big results for thong season. >> and speaking of thong season, tina fey and andrea martin are here.
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>> a new comedy on nbc takes place in a >> i love them. >> we have fun. and a live performance from the cast of the wildly popular dear evan hansen. >> that's an awesome show. >> a congratulations to san va savannah. she was recognized honoring women at the top of the communications field. i had the pleasure of introducing her. >> what a gift it is to have someone by your side on live tv who has your back, will finish your thoughts and sentences and will teach you and learn something along with you. what a joy it is to have someone who cares about the us and not the me. and who makes it look so easy. >> that's when i started crying. >> savannah took over and gave a beautiful and moving speech. listen. >> right now i'm going to
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confess to you all the girly things i have done in my sleeve. i have wondered if i am good enough. i have felt like i am on the ballot every day. i have hated my hair. every compared myself to others and lost. i have let them see me sweat. i have even let them see me cry. but here's some other girly things i've done. i've worked hard. i've put in the hours. i've studied. i've overstudied. i've grown two humans in my belly. and most importantly, i have recognized that the real source of my success is far outside myself. >> really nice. really nice. >> oh, my gosh. you guys were all there. you stayed to the bitter end. >> i had to. i introduce youd. >> matt, you floored me. it was special. it meant a lot to me.
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>> can i sing your pes moment? it was a well produced event. everybody was fantastic. it kept getting better and better, your introduction of savannah, our hearts melted, and then savannah, you knocked the socks off everybody. we were all crying. our whole table. >> you could have heard a pin drop and people want to see all of it. can they? >> we should have done pay per view. >> sorry tina and andrea. >> you can see the full speech go to today.com. congrats. >> thank you. >> dill snn. >> i'm going to walk over here. we'll look at the heavier rain through the areas like north and south carolina. the it's going to start moving into the mid atlantic. expect delays through philadelphia, washington d.c. and up into boston, new york city. airport delays expected. mountain snow where the coulder
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air is surging in we'll start to see strong storms show up tomorrow afternoon into tomorrow evening with large hail, damaging winds and possible tornadoes right middle of the country. temperatures cool down by about 20 to 25 degrees below average behind the system. highs only in the 30s and 40s. another wet day on the west coast with temperatures in the 50s. that's a look at the weather across the country. here's a peek out your window. >> it's a cool start to the day. in the mid 50s with rain showers moving back into the picture. rain is going to be likely for the remainder of the morning and through most of the afternoon hours. your chances of rain is 100%. for tomorrow, still a lot of clouds around. likely to be a little bit of a drizzle and mist and light rain around early tomorrow. and the clouds gradually gives away to a peek or two of sunshine late wednesday afternoon and all sunshine and warm as we head into the weekend. and as always, you can find your forecast any time on the weather channel on cable.
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all right. it's day two of drop ten today. we help you get healthy and energized for the first day of summer. dr. oz and joy are back. guys, good morning. before we get to lunch, we had breakfast yesterday. i didn't get to ask you this yesterday. i wanted to ask about expectations. if people follow your routine and program, what's their expectations in terms of when they'll start to see the weight come off? >> you'll start to see results almost immediately, but the amount of weight will vary from person to person. you can lose four or five pounds the first week. that's some water weight. after that it's going to level off one to two pounds per week. >> doctor, i went out of my way to say routine. you think that's a keyword for people trying to follow this? >> it's essential. otherwise your mind will go to dark places for food. you want to automate.
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you don't have to make decisions anyway. why reinvent breakfast. eat the same one every day. automate lunch. you can make decisions later. the reason people fall prey is witching hour, they reason out of energy to make decisions. >> you have to get your mind ready to get healthy. >> that starts with things like smaller plates and sitting down at a table in front of us to eat with your friends. also it gives you body a chance to tell yourself when you're hungry. most people eat when they're in b withdrawal. people who live a long time are generally thin, and they always finish their meal before they're full. the last point of making sure you'll able to be accountable. tell a friend you're involved and make sure you power down before meals. >> yesterday we covered
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breakfast. today we're covering include the three ps. first, protein. you want to have ample protein at your meals. that studies your blood sugar and it gives you staying power. the second p is produce. i'm telling people to include at least two cups of vegetables with every lunch option. and the third like dr. oz said, power down. shut off the computer, the tv, and be present during lunch. sit down, slow down. it's good for digestion and mindfulness. >> there's a lot of options. more online. yesterday i was craving the banana sushi rolls all day. >> before lunch, have 16 ounces of water. i'm calling this a drop ten salads. loads of vegetables, half a cup of beans and limited or vinegar. this is a great option. this is a sandwich. everybody loves sandwiches. i wanted to include it. >> where's the top?
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>> here's the swap you can i'm putting a slice of cheese on top. this is turkey and cheese. if you want the second half of the bread, the top of the sandwich, lose the cheese and put the second half of the bread on top. notice, two cups of vegetables with it. this is my version of chicken salad. it's a curried chicken salad with green peas. light mayo. this is your default at a restaurant. five ounces of any protein and look at that, half the plate lots of vegetables. >> and the good news is you can snack on this routine. >> one to two snacks every day. >> you never want to be hungry. the idea, you lose the ten pounds, for the first eight weeks and for the rest of your life, as much as you want.
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add joy's unbelievable yoga >> i was a student. he was the instructor. seven minutes and you feel fantastic. >> every morning. >> good information. savannah said she tried the yoga video and still has it on pause. >> thank you very much. on tomorrow's menu we'll talk about dinner. if you want to follow along with a full meal plan head to today.com. keep us posted. let us know how you're doing with this. up next, great news from tina fey and the star of her new sitcom, but first, this is
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"today" on nbc. pretty! [doorbell] hey. umm...sign here? sure, you got a pen? i do! thanks, sweetie. the anniversary event ends sunday at havertys.
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life looks good. ♪ welcome back. a welcome back. new come dy is coming tonight executive produced by tina fey and starring andrea martin. it follows carol who decides to
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fulfill her she lands a job at cable network. her daughter works at the show. >> i'm going back to school. >> that's great. >> i'm going to study television production and the admissions lady said i could get credit for an internship, so i'm getting one here. >> no. why? help. >> yeah. the show needs an intern. the lady said students should use their connections in the industry. so i'm starting from the bottom. you know, like that rapper sings, who's that guy, the canadian wheelchair guy -- >> drake. >> tina and andrea, good morning. >> think about your mom at your workplace, and you know the it's fertile ground for a show. >> this was the brain child of a writer at 30 rock. she's so funny. she wanted to write the show about her completely insane relationship with her mom. and so here we are. the thought of your mom in your
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workplace is easy to understand why that would be a >> and tina, you normalized it so when your girls grow up, you can go to their workplace. >> i can be there. >> is that the secret plan? >> it is. this is to normalize, make it okay for your children to live with you forever. >> i think one of the greatest compliments is when they were thinking about the critical role of who is our mom, tina thought immediately of you she wanted someone funny and beautiful. >> please add that and say it many times. put that on a loop. come on. i think tina should legalize her name to the great tina fey. >> i agree. >> that's what everybody refers to you as. what an honor to be able -- >> i really -- it sounds silly, but i really mean that. and she's such a great person to work for. >> we don't have time for this andrea. >> yes, we do. it's a great show, and i'll tell you why, because of tina fey.
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never saying anythin whispers a great new line and goes back. no ego. beautiful. she's my lover. >> would you say she's your lover? >> i wish. >> i thought she was my lover. i heard that 30-rock originally you were going to have set in a news room. >> that is a weird true fact. we originally pitched it in a news room, and one of my many wonderful bosses at nbc said no. and so he said write something more what you know. is it weird that tracy set this show in the news room. it's a fertile place to set a show. you're weird does. >> it's like you think this is a cooky place? >> yes. having visited here, you guys are pulled together on camera,
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and off camera, you're a bunch of perverts and weird h-o everybody knows it. you have grown sons. for you, this is a role you embody. >> on the tv, if you screw up you get to do it again. my kids are now in their 30s. >> show them again. >> come on. >> that's my son, joe. and those are jack and joe. come on. how sweet. they're in their 30s. i've got to let go. >> don't. >> i have to let go. >> get a job where they work. that's the thing to do. tina, before i go, you convinced alec baldwin to play trump? >> i did not convince him. somewhat early i may have said to lauren, you know who could do it was aleck. he can do anything. i feel like he's got a strength to him that -- yeah. >> so for him, because it sounds like he's trying to quit this, but we can't quit him. >> we've all been there. we can't quit this. >> interesting.
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>> it will drop you when it's in the gutter. >> one housekeeping item before i plug the show one more time. andrea, we know you're in my big fat greek wedding. a scandal. tina is a greek american. >> i guess she's not greek enough to be in the movie. what happened? >> i don't know. >> they should be down on their knees. >> i have always assumed my phone was broken. >> nia, there's a sequel. what's the third one? >> the third one? >> i think it's called -- >> my big fat wedding with tina fey. >> thank you so much, tina and andrea. we love it. "great news" premiers tonight on nbc. coming up next, a live performance from one of broadway's hottest shows dear heav evan hansen.
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♪ stand by me. the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. >> very excited about what is about to happen. we're back with our week-long series "t week long series the best of broadway. this morning a show one of the hottest tickets in town. i got to see this one. it's called "dear evan hansen". it's about a teenager who gets caught up in a lie. we're thrilled to have the cast here. and you'll perform a song for us. what's the song? >> it's called you'll be found. ♪ have you ever felt like nobody was there ♪ ♪ have you ever felt forgotten ♪ have you ever felt like you
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could ♪ like you could fall and no one would hear ♪ ♪ well let that lonely feeling wash away ♪ ♪ maybe there's a reason to believe you'll be okay ♪ ♪ because when you don't feel strong enough to stand you can reach, reach out your hand ♪ ♪ and oh someone will come running ♪ ♪ and i know they'll take you home ♪ ♪ even when the dark comes crashing through ♪ ♪ when you need a friend to carry you ♪ ♪ and when you're broken on the ground you will found ♪
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♪ so let the sun come in because you'll reach up and rise again ♪ ♪ lift your head and look around you will be found ♪ ♪ you will be found ♪ you will be found ♪ you will be found ♪ you will be found ♪ there's a place where we don't have to feel unknown ♪ ♪ and every time you call out you're a little less alone ♪ ♪ if you only say the words from across the silence your voice is
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heard ♪ ♪ oh to take you home ♪ even when the dark is crashing through when you need a friend to carry you ♪ when you're broken on the ground you will be found ♪ ♪ so let the sun come streaming in ♪ ♪ you'll rise again ♪ if you only look around you will be found ♪ ♪ you will be found ♪ you will be found
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♪ out of the shadows the morning is breaking and ♪ sundddenly i see all the new ♪ ♪ you are not alone ♪ you are not alone ♪ you are not alone you are not alone ♪ you are not alone ♪ ♪ you are not alone ♪ even when the dark comes crashing through when you need someone to carry you ♪ ♪ when you're broken on the ground ♪ ♪ you will be found ♪ let the sun come streaming in because you'll reach up and rise again ♪ ♪ if you only look around you will be found ♪ ♪ even when the dark comes crashing through ♪
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♪ you will be you ♪ ♪ you will be found ♪ you will be found ♪ you will be found ♪ you will be found >> the cast of "dear evan han n hansen". this is a ten.
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to monitor drilling operations in real-time, so our engineers can solve problems with the most precise data at their fingertips. because safety is never being satisfied. and always working to be better. what's that smell? >> that's a tony award, i think. i don't know. you guys are fantastic. >> that was awesome. >> go see this show. 8:56 is your time on this tuesday, april 25th. good morning to you. we want to check on your morning commute with melissa mollet and your first 4 traffic. >> a new problem on the beltway right now.
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outer loop 6695 no major issues. the rain northbound wince william park yai closed. 270 at montrose recover taafter the earlier disabled vehicle. >> we'll check your forecast next.
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stay with us. good morning. it's cloudy and breezy outside right now. there's rain moving back into the d.c. metro area. don't leave that umbrella behind today. heavier rain down to the south. we'll get pretty steady rains around here toward late morning and early afternoon today. you'll need the umbrella. 100% chance of rain. a chance for light rain tomorrow. most of wednesday is dry. and we're hot by the weekend. >> get the latest news and weather any time in the nbc washington app.
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we'll see you in 25 minutes. ♪ this morning on this morning on "today's" take, alfonso rivera. wait until you hear his con vessels. plus celebrity mansions off the hook when we go inside the secret lives of the super rich. and filling foods that keep you from overeating. from nbc news, this is "today's" take live from studio 1-a. >> welcome today on this tuesday morning. we're listening to shed a light. i'm sheinelle along with dylan. alfonso is filling in this morning.
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>> thank you. guys now. it's been a full 24 hours. >> i love it. you had fun yesterday? >> i had a blast. it was fun to be able to interview dule. we went to dinner last night. >> i never get to go out with the people we interview. >> we had a connection from the past. it made sense. >> you brought a new pair of videos? >> yes. i have some good, funny videos. when you're laughing in the morning, it sets your day right. the first one we've got a kid unable to get into his easter egg. which is, i think it's funny. he can't get in there. so his father, i think, tells him to help. so he -- he can't do it. can't do it. and then -- >> can you help him open that egg? >> can you help us open the egg?
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>> no. just the >> we actually talked to them. it was like did he do that before? had he ever done that? >> no. it just happened to be tape and he's like okay. boom. >> meanwhile there's a glass table. he chose his head. >> he knew he was hard headed. that's right. we also have a baby not afraid to tell the truth. >> who made a poop? raise your hand if you did. you made a poop? okay. >> she's so happy about it. she's so happy about the fact that she made the poop and could say it. >> how cute is that. we were talking earlier this morning. pee in a pool, there was a story. and i was saying when kids pee in the pool, it doesn't creep me
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out as much as a >> really? >> it's still pee to me. unless it's my kid. >> i see that and i'm like it's so cute, she pooped her pants and raise herd hand. >> right, but pee in the pool is just pee in the pool. >> i think now that i have a son, every time i change his diaper, it's like, i'm stopping it with my hand. i'm not thinking anything of it. >> the first time my baby got me in the middle of my chest. i was like i'm holding him like oh, but i don't want to get it on the floors so i'm keeping him in front of me, so it's aimed at me. it's your kid. >> right. >> kid pee is not so bad. >> going from pee to last night you guys had a great time last night. you had fun? >> we did.
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we were at the matrix award at the new york women savannah got an award. she was one of seven honorees, and matt was the presenter, and can i just tell you, i've never really been to an event hosted by and produced by and just run around so many inspiring women. the thing that resonated with me the most was i felt inspired without any of these women bringing anyone else down. it wasn't like we're going to bring down men to raise up women. it was just an event where the women are smart, driven. they're humble. they're inspiring, and savannah is right up there with them, and her speech brought me to tears. >> dylan, she's not a crier. i looked over and saw her go, i was like no. >> then you lose it. >> then we're all trying not to do the ugly cry. >> i'm a dude that cries. i'm a crier. i don't know why. it hurts me a little bit to say.
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i don't want to be a ie by myself and be in the movie like this. >> the it's getting me. i'm an emotional fellow. >> you can almost feel it coming. >> what kind of movies make you cry? >> anything with a kid right now, i will cry. anything that's a kid goes through something the tough, i cry just being a dad. i really just kind of dive into the characters and the story and then when it's something that's just heart breaking and you know and you can relate to it, it just gets me. >> i think you're right. these women honored yesterday, at the top of their game in marketing and they give these acceptance speeches but as soon as they mention a son, daughter, or mom or dad. >> that's when i lost it. >> it wrecks you. >> your family. >> good night. it was done. water works. >> let's not talk about my kid today. >> we can make you laugh. >> yes.
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>> you got a bit of >> i did not see it. i haven't seen it. >> this is so great. it was a dance battle between j-lo and derek hough. they took turn doing classic dances. ♪ ♪ >> she did it right. you know in that short mini skirt, it's hard to get the lower body working. she's like i'm just doing up thor body. >> here's the thing about the carlton. i cannot imagine what it's like for you.
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do you have relationship? >> i'll say this. through the years i've gone through many different levels and stages of how i feel about it. there was a period where i was certainly like okay, enough. and then now i'm like it's an honor. >> especially someone like j-lo busting it out. >> walking down the street, i'm the dude who will be in a bathroom, and somebody is like you know you got to be the carlton. i'm like no, i'm in the bathroom. there are circumstances where it's like not cool, but most of the time the it's an honor when people are saying to do something that 25 years ago we created that people still love and want to see is special. they'll never see it. i'll never do it. but -- i appreciate it. >> it's one of those things where it goes beyond time. when we're gone people know. not that hopefully we don't go any time soon.
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>> you just went down ada alley. >> you created something that lives on. >> now, elton john this weekend cancelled his las vegas concerts at caesar's palace for april and may. he had a harmful bacterial infection during a recent trip through south america, and in a statement elton said i am fortunate to have the most incredible and loyal fans and apologize for disappointing them. that is what is crazy. he's saying to his fans, i'm sorry i've had to cancel on you, because i got an infection that put me in the hospital. it just kind of tells you the person that elton john really is. >> still feels bad. >> yeah. it's wonderful to see that take on his appreciation for his fans, but we feel bad for him. he's going to be fine. elton is expected to make a full and complete recovery and will resume performances with the
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show in england on june 3rd rd october. >> i think will make people love him more. he didn't have to give an explanation. >> we wish him the best. we have a meeting before the show. before we were both downstairs. there was a whole conversation about emojis. i'm not sure what the deal is but apparently good-bye gargoyles, hello emoji. >> right. >> there's a new building decorated with concrete sculptures. look at this, ofmojemojis. >> something to its time, something that connects you to the time. it's eemojis. >> i can understand it in a way where gargoyles were probably a popular thing back in the day when they were sculpting buildings.
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unfortunately, this is what our >> so sad. so sad. people will look back on this decade and be like oh moe jis were the thing. >> pyramids from other periods of time. >> i'm not an emoji user. we have this wonderful thing called the english language. >> in a text sometimes it's not translated, the tone. i feel like if i put a smiley face -- >> i fill it in with exclamation points. >> i try to make sure it's worded in a way that's clear. >> how long does it take you to text? >> they're a little longer. but i make sure that i'm expressing. >> bit moe ji. >> get ready. he's going to reveal some juicy secrets from the sets of his hit tv shows.
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you've been since you were eight. >> decades. >> this is a game we're calling secrets from the set. >> secrets from the set. uh-oh. >> it took us a long time for that title. let's see. you appeared in a commercial with michael jackson. who was the better dancer you or. j.? i think that's real clear. it was me. not really. that's me there. i was 12 years old. 1984, and -- i'll tell you what i did learn on that commercial. i started -- we started doing the rehearsals. it took me eight secs to learn my choreography, and michael spent an hour. i'm like mike, you're better than this. i realized michael didn't learn choreography. he perfected it. i was like i got the move. i'm cool. he's like no, i am figuring out
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exactly where the hand goes, exactly where the foot shoulder levels, and he was two a t learning it. i was like it was awesome to watch. >> and at eight years old, you know that's michael jackson. >> i was 12, but yes, i was a huge fan of michael. one more here. >> i love that. pretty cool. >> what was your absolute first impression upon meeting will smith? >> here's the thing. i had already known will smith before we actually did the "the fresh prince of bel air". he had a concert. we hung out. they have the concerts, and i met him at a concert. we hung out for a couple weeks -- >> just from meeting him? >> that was his parents don't understand days. >> right. and it was before we had the tv series. when they called me and said we want you to come audition for
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this tv show, it's with this like yeah, i know will. i'm like i'm going to come audition for your show. hook a brother up. >> exactly. one more. >> you better hook a brother up. >> that what you said? >> yeah. i talk like that too. true or false, you chose the name carlton for your character on fresh prince? >> that's false. i had no involvement with it. carlton is actually a person. so "the fresh prince of bel-air" is based on actual people. j-lo's manager, he was a producer. he is actually the fresh prince, and he lived with a family, and the family had a son, and so i was based on him. i had no parts in that. but i told will to make his character name will. >> did you? >> on the show. >> i think that was smart.
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>> i was like you name yourself remember your name. >> dillen, you do the weather, a we know it's you. >> no time? what? >> we have time. >> say something deep. >> there's rain in raleigh. not talk deep? anyway, there is a lot of rain falling back through raleigh over 6 inches of rain falling. more rain is on the way. if you're flying today, anywhere in the northeast, washington, baltimore, philly, new york, boston, rain and wind gusts up near about 35 to 40 miles per hour could cause delays. we're looking at the rain to make its way up the east coast as we continue through wednesday, and southern new england could pick up as much as 3 to 4 inches of rain in some of those heavier bands of showers. that's a look at the weather across the country. here's a peek out your window. >> cloudy and wet. temperatures inched their way
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into the mid and upper 50s. that's where we're going to stay highs around 60. rain likely at any point today. tomorrow mostly cloudy. maybe drizzle around first thing in the morning. on the whole, it will be an improving weather picture thereafter. the next couple of days, the really nice weather comes back on thursday with a high of 86 near 90 by the weekend. get ready for the heat. >> your flight may or may not be on time. i don't know. >> we're going to work on that. >> memorial day is around the corner, but there's time if you want to slim down. we'll show you the snacks that will help you from overeating
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calories. >> everyone is worried about being hungry, but how do you stay full? pretend this is your stomach. those are the kinds of foods that when you eat them, you're not going to be full because they're white flower based, they're crackers, pretzels. they don't keep you full and you keep eating. your stomach never feels full. >> you keep popping them. >> the good news is there are some foods that will keep you full. the green balloons. they have going to have fiber, water, air protein or healthy fats. let's take a look at them. our green foods. >> nice analogy. >> green is good. you're fuller already. first let's talk about air. remember, all these things try them out. different things work for different people. some people like a sense of fullness with air. it means it's good for you. because look at this popcorn.
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a half a cup ofo the same thing as air popped popcorn. air pumps up the volume. whether it's puffed wheat or race, you get double the volume. it's temporary, but it keeps you full. these are going to be green balloons. this has air. >> we get that. now? >> the next ingredient that you want to look for is going to be fiber. it comes in a lot of ways. fiber swells in your stomach and bulks you up. you can get it in a lot of different ways. split pea soup, the highest fiber is blackberries or raspberries. a third of your requirement just in a cup. you can also have artichokes. you can get them prepared or steam them. these are all the wins for different reasons. air, fiber. now we go to preteen. we get protein. it works differently.
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it sends a signal to your brain saying i'm f just meats but things like eggs, yogurt, things you can carry on the road. a pack of tuna or a can. >> you brain tells you your full. >> right. it's neurological. that's why you get a different sense of fullness when your wran is stimulated. a lot of people don't like the feeling full like that in their stomach like the other ones. >> that's how i eat. i eat to full yrngs and i'm learning to eat until i'm happy. >> yes. >> less full. >> yes. to be content and satisfied. that's the end point you want to go to. then we have water. fruits and vegetables. water melon is the best thing. >> it is. >> hunger and thirst. sometimes we're thirsty and you get a double whammy because you get the water to fill you up in your stomach. >> and you hydrate. >> all of these, most fruits and vegetables are more than 90% water.
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>> everybody thinks fat is >> give us the dish in seven seconds. >> look for healthy fats, small amounts. it's still high in calories but enjoy. >> go to today.com if you want to know how to stay full longer. inside the secret lives of the super rich coming up. bonus cash back to a few places. and then, change those places every few months. enough with that! (echo) with quicksilver from capital one you've always earned unlimited 1.5% cash back on every purchase, everywhere. welcome to unlimited. what's in your wallet? the more mysterious they sound, the more... powerful you'll think they are. it's time to see what power really looks like. new neutrogena® rapid wrinkle repair with accelerated retinol sa. clinically proven to reduce wrinkles in just one week.
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we should just taper back to evening. temperatures in the 50s now. up to about 60 for a high later on today. >> chuck, thank you. get the latest news and weather any time in the nbc washington app. from traditional to contemporary, the newest designs and the freshest styles. plus, you'll get twenty-four month, no interest financing. with havertys, your home can be perfect. even when life isn't. hurry. the anniversary event ends sunday at havertys.
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life looks good. ♪ you can you can only hear us talking, imagine going home every day to a $100 million megamansion. >> if that's not going to happen any time soon, certainly not for me, why not live through the "secret lives of super rich". here with a house tour is robert frank, the host. >> are you ready? these are amazing. amazing properties. >> i was saying the bar is so high. people are like 2 million. i know you can impress us. this is tommy hi. >> this house is an explosion of color. it's in golden mile beach in florida.
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this h feet. and the bedrooms -- >> what do you do with that this. >> you enjoy that. check out the bedrooms. they're filled with polka dots. there's a pool table made out of an old car. the wallpaper in the kid's bathroom is scratch and sniff with fruit flavors. >> is this for -- i looked at the price tag $27.5 million. you can buy his house. the it's for sale. >> a whole wardrobe. >> he said the house is part gallery, part beach house, part disco. part love. >> and now we also have just up the street from where we are the plaza hotel. it has a three story penthouse with views overlooking central park that was featured on your show. >> the plaza hotel, favorite of celebrities and royals.
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the top of it is condos, and it's got 21-foot ceilings in the kitchen. the master suite is the entire third floor, and you get out of bed. you go on your terrace, drink your morning coffee with one of the best central park views in all of new york city. my favorite thing, the office has a lot of technology. the office is glass with glass walls. if you want privacy, press a button and the glass turns opaque. check that out. >> that's cool. >> how much? >> 39 $.7 million. under $40 million. >> that's cheap. i'm going to go look at that place tomorrow. >> the next location is in mexico. >> yeah. on the more affordable side. >> this is justin bieber. >> this is a resort villa.
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it's $35,000 a night. the it's the mansion. this place $35,000 a night. it's 38,000 square feet. there's an infinity pool with a swimup bar. check this out. om? >> that's too much transparency for you, there's a button that you can press to make that opaque. >> i don't want someone floating over. that's your chess butler. that's your chess butler. if you want to play a big game of chess outside. >> they move the pieces for you while you sit on balcony. >> that's right, and your own fireworks display that you design. they give you a remote. you press the button. at the end of your stay you have your own finale with fireworks. >> that's awesome. >> did we say how much? >> $35,000 a night to rent. >> yeah.
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>> that's ju >> people stay there for ten days. >> i'm not. >> let's say you're in l.a. what is the next one? megamansion for $100 million. this is called opus. this has jet liner views of los angeles. you see everything. it's indoor, outdoor space. it has a gold theme. it has a gold champagne vault with over 170 bottles of crystal that comes with the place. it has a gold lamborghini and rolls royce. downstairs there is another pool and a wellness center. you'll feel really well after this. you have your own beauty salon, plunge pools, a glass water fall. this place is $100 million. that sounds crazy. >> that's nothing. in bel air, if you go to bel
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air, you step it up, and you have a house you heard it right. $500 million. >> the most expensive home in america. these are the first pictures that anyone is seeing of this. it's under construction. it's not done yet. 100,000 square feet. this is the best view in all of los angeles. talk about the prince of bel r air? there's a mote around the house. that is the king of bel air. that $500 million house. >> i don't know if he's better than the prince of bel air. we got to have a conversation about that. >> thank you, robert. that was a college campus. up next, former daily show correspondent jason jones gives us the sneak of his weekly show called "the detour", and he's
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on comedy central news program the daily show reporting ridiculous stories. >> he's the star of "the detour". he plays the father of the parker family who can't do anything right. >> naturally, when he tries to rescue his children, things don't go exactly as planned. >> what are you doing? >> stretching. >> that's not -- that's not a stretch. >> come on. have some faith, woman. whew. get some. boom. [ screaming ] >> good morning. jason, do you really know this guy? >> that guy? i've met him once. >> okay. >> he's a bit of a baa foon. >> right.
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>> and lovable. >> he's a bafoon. >> you're playing a former hockey player brawler. >> it's part of the game, breaking people's noses. >> hockey interrupts fighting. >> when you're dropping a character, that's the perfect background for a character. >> i want to tap into all the parts of me which is one hand loves and the other hand punches. >> right. i understand that. >> you and your wife find ourselves in cuba? >> i believe they pronounce it cuba. >> cuba, yes. >> i should not pronounce it that way, but they do. >> you're trying to rescue your kidnapped children. it sounds like a normal tuesday. >> is it kidnapping when their grandfather takes them? the it's family napping. >> that's what's happening.
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>> i get it. >> legally it's permission. >> we decide to rent a boat because my wife had a nefarious past. we rent a boat and drive to it cuba. >> the second season ends tonight. do you have anything to cheer up your millions of fans? >> listen, we live in a 500 episode world of television. not all shows are meant to go on. sadly tonight is the last episode you will see this year. because we are renewed for season three. it will be back next year. >> congratulations. i like it. reel you back in. >> is it too early to ask what you get into in season three? >> yes. haven't written it yet. >> i have to ask you. wait a minute, you and your wife created this together? >> yes. >> you have three kids? >> yes.
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>> we have three kids but only two on the >> i thought three -- >> there's nothing funny about three. nope. i know the old paradigm. nope. >> three is funny, two is -- >> nope. how many kids do you have? >> i have three kids. >> it's not funny. do you laugh at home? no. it's not funny. >> two, ha lair us you. man on man is funny. zone is not. >> my wife wants another kid, i'm like you're out of your mind. >> the season finale of "the detour" airs tonight on cbs. let's look at the weather across the country. heavy rain in the mid atlantic region. it's flooding in some areas of north carolina. we'll see that storm system move to new england as we go through the next 24 hours. that could cause delays. take a look at temperatures. warming up into the 80s and 90s down in the south and that warm air is going to spread to the east. that's a look at the weather
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across the country. here's a peekou we have the showers moving in mostly south of the district down 95 near quantico and the rain continues. to the south moisture moving from the atlantic. widespread rain through the next few hours. it starts to taper off late this afternoon and into the early evening. temperatures around 60. chance of an early shower tomorrow. mid 70s and a big warmup into the weekend around 90. >> and that is your latest forecast. coming up, luggage lifesavers. we have the gear to make your trip smooth sailing coming up next. [ rock music playing ] have fun with your replaced windows. run away! [ grunts ] leave him! leave him! [ music continues ] brick and mortar, what?! [ music continues ] [ tires screech ]
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to lose your >> we'll show you the gear to keep all your stuff organized and make your life easier. >> and here with the latest in luggage style is expert jen. nice to have you here. >> welcome. >> okay. this right here different bags for different traveling needs? >> yes. >> short weekend get away. >> this is what's great. sometimes you go to a wedding or work travel. you have the garment bag and duffel. this is from one vision. it makes it so you have your garment bag and duffel in one. here's the garment bag. put the suit in here. put a shoe on either side. then you can fold it up. put everything else inside and it zips into a bufl like this. >> wow. >> and when you get to your destination everything is there. >> i want one. >> that's very cool. the it's very smart. >> i need it. i go on business trips and i need that because i have to put it in my big super luggage versus having something perfect for it.
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>> and a charger? >> there's a and it's removable. if you can't bring the charger on board, you can take it out. moving onto kelsey. her backpack is two pounds and can stretch to carry more than you think. >> it's amazing. this company is really all about travel innovation. sleek looking great luggage. right weight. you can put an outfit and sneakers. these are memory foam. the straps customize to you. there are secret pockets. also this is a pouch on the back so she can put it on luggage if she needs to, and these are designed to knot up. so for security, you can tie it up. >> no one can come along and you keep getting bumped but you don't realize someone is stealing your stuff? >> right. for travel, this is smart. i need to be hands free.
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i'm traveling with kids. this, you put your passport and you don't get twisted up. >> and that's almost like a great bag for your diaper bag. >> yeah. >> my wife is always like she needs both hands and so backpacks work great. >> they're the ultimate diaper bag. >> this is our splurge item here. >> speaking of the ultimate, this is the ultimate luggage for a glam girl's get away. this company is called smart birdie. in here you can put 60 different outfits. if you pack smart, there's different things to roll around. space for four pair of shoes informal everything separates. it comes with a laundry bag and charger. you have a pouch in here, and there's also an option that you can get it with a speaker. when you're getting ready with girlfriends -- >> how do you get 60 in there? i'm going to get four. >> it comes with a packing guide to pack smart, and the wheels rotate. you look extra fabulous. >> beautiful.
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>> now family vacations. >> this is the one i need. >> this is away luggage. this company changed everything about luggage. the prices are amazing, the quality is great. and sizes from a carryon to a giant one. i love that you can compress it. you have room. and they nest inside each other. if when you're not traveling, for storage. >> typically i have in one of my best bedrooms a closet full of bags, just bags. >> same here. >> and this is a stroller car seat? >> yes. this is super cool. when you travel with kids, you want things to be easy. there's so much gear. make sure that you have something easy to travel with. i love this. this is one of a kind from duna. this is a car seat that with one click it's a stroller. allie can put her daughter in,
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travel to the airport, take it out, pop it with the back, and it expands. no you have a stroller. >> that's brilliant. now if you buy a seat for your kid, you can actually use that and put it into the actual seat, correct? >> you can put it into the seat, and when you get to your destination, collapse it, in the car and you're off. >> thank you for being here. >> now i want to go on a trip with the family.
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equivalent of taking close to two million cars off the road. dominion. depend on us for more than energy. this is a news 4 today newsbreak. >> good morning. it's 9:57 on this tuesday april 25th. a man was found dead overnight. police think someone killed him. prince william county fire crews found him in an participant that caught fire around midnight. homicide units are investigating. when we learn more, we'll let you know in our app. let's get a check on the forecast.
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>> good morning. we have showers mnl southwest of the district. farther south, more rain moving in. as the rain moves north, more widespread rain around lunch. showers continue later on this afternoon and evening. we see things dry out with spotty showers. tomorrow mid 70s. mid 80s thursday and friday. 90 into the weekend. >> thank you. coming up on news 4 midday, we get the latest on the massive fire investigation underway in college park. the "today" show continues in a
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