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good morning. doubling down. despite protests across the nation, president trump stepping up his push for increased border security, calling for the immediate deportation of anyone who enters the u.sillegally. this, as desperate parents search for ways to be reunited with their children. >> they don't know the law, they don't speak the language and they're things.d conflicting >> we're live in tex at the white house. mistaken identity. at least five suspects in custody this morning, linked to theit prbrutal murder of a 15-year-old boy outside a new york city deli. the family in mourning the community enraged and an su outpouring opport for the young victim. "today," exclusive.
>> you can hide all you want. the whole world going to see you, boo. >> the wan of the center of this confrontation over an 8-year-oldirl selling water without a permit speaks out. at she's saying about th video that's gone vil and the controversy surrounding it. pl, roseanne's emotional apology. the disgraced comedienne breaks down in her first interview since those tweets got her fired and the cancellation of her show. >> i horribly regret that. are youkidding? i lost everything. and i regretted it before i lost everything. saying good-bye. the last episode of anthony bourdain's popular show airs overnight. >> mm. that's good, man. >> as we learn morele about the w ity chef's final hours. and brand-neoject. chip and joanna gaines welcome a new baby boy into the world over the weekend. withhe "fixer upper" stars are saying about their new arrival,
today, monday, june 25th, 2018. >> from nbc news, this is "today," with savannah guthrie and hoda kotb, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. and welcome to "today." thank you for joining us onay ts mo morning. craig melvin is in for savannahd as her wee continues. >> right. >> and congratulations to the gaines family.e another lit one, right? >> five. can't imagine it. but congrats. we're going to get to top story. president trump defending his push for heightened security at the border with a plan critics say is illegal. we have two reports, starting with kristen welker at the white house. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. is morning, the trump administration says it wil reunite the 2,000 migrant children that have been separated fro theirfamilies. it comes as president trump is ramping up his anti-immigration
rhetoric, describing undocumented imxwramigrants as . invade president trump is calling for a new hard line for dealing with undocumentedimmigrants. tweeting sunday, we cannot allow whl these people to invade our country. someone comes in, we must immediately, with no judges or court cases, bring them back from where they came.th idea fails to recognize constitutional due process. the president floating the theory in recent days. >> i don't want judges. i wrt bor security. >> reporter: it comes as the house is poised to vote on a gop compromise immigration bill this week. a t house republican says mr. trump supports it, despite the friday twee telling republicans to stop wasting time on immigration until the midterm elections. >> the president is 100% behind us. >> reporter: democrats are digging in, with chuck schumer pointing at the white house to
appoint a ar, to get migrant kids separated fromamilies back in their parents' arms. a recent gallup poll showing 90% republicans approve of the job he's doing. >> he had to fight, fight, fight. i'm supporting him 100%. >> reporter: there's fierce backlash, with sarah huckabee sanders at the center of a new firestorm, after she was asked to leave the h red restaurant on friday. sanders tweeting from her government account that she was told by the owner to leave because i work for potusnd i politely left. a server posting this note, saying sanders was refused servic that's 86'd in restaurant j jargon. tthe ownerd "the washington post," there are moments when people need to live their this appeared to be won. the first lady, who visited kids
on the border last week, calling for empathy, at an event for students overnight. >> kindness, compassion, and positivi positivity are very important traits in life. >> kristen, on another note, nbc is out with an nbc exclusive report that talks a little about the unrest between the president and the secretary of defense. so, what's going on with that? >> reporter: that's right. hoda, this is according to current and former administrationfficials who tell nbc news, defense secretary james mattis is increasingly out lt the loop and the president doesn't always conim on major national secu issues. mattis was cauuat off by a number of recent announcements, including the president's decision to withdraw from thele iran n deal. his plan to cause military exercises with south korea and his move to create a sixth military branch overseeing operations in space. what's behind this falling out? aenior official said mattis has never, quote, been one of
the go-tos as the gang that's close to the president and also said the president has a lot of respect for him. a pentagon spokesperson downplayed this saying it's silliness. and a person for the white house national security council called it ludicrous to suggest mattis is out of the loop. >> krisn, thank you.to as washingn argues what's next in the immigration battle, families a separat at the border by the president's zero tolerance policy are nowgg strung to reunite. gabe gutierrez is now with us from mcallen, texas. gabe, what's the latest there? >> reporter: the government insists it knows the location of the children in custody. but 2,000 children arepread out in shelters across the country and experts say it could take weeks or months to have them reunited with their families. the process is painstaking. this morning, a group of mi grants separated from their
children, under the trump administration's zero tolerance policy are waking up in a shelter. a few having illegal ent in the u.s. withdrawn, as a federal court system adapts to the president's executive order, stopping family registration. >> we afume a majorit them have not been able to speak to theirn child at all. >> reporter: they are hoping for that reunion. she wasro separated fm her son on his sixth birthday and thinks he might be in a shelt in arizona. 2,000 milesl away, in a ru poverty-stricken community in honduras, this womans to see her again.on they are trapping animals as if they are little animals. they are human beings, she sayss defee secretary jim mattis sa the u.s. is planning to build two temporary camps to house but he did not say if they were for children adults or both.
he did not name the bases being >> the details are being worked out to see how much capacity they need at the two bases, what kind of other filities they need. >> reporter: protests are erupting acrosstrhe co including at this tent cityan f mit children near el paso. >> don't detain these families. it's not right. it's immoral. >> reporter: the department for health and human services says it's caring for 2,000 minors. reuniting them could take weeks or months. how confusing is this process for them? >> it's completely confusing for them. they don't know the law, they don't speak the language and they're being told conflicting things. >> reporter: charlotte and dave took up a facebook fund-raiser, asking f $1,500, just enough to cover the cost of one bond to get a single migrant asylum, pending a hearing. so far, they reached $20
million, the average donation, 40 bucks. >> these individual families tt . these individual children matter. if we can ta one of them, make a difference for many of them, that's worth it. >> when the children are separated from their parents, are they at least able to talk to them? >> reporter: well, authorities say that they are given the opportunity toal tk to a vetted parent within 24 hours of being in custody. that's a problem because many of the children areyo verg and we're finding that it's hard for them to give identifying information. someermmigration tos say it's difficult to match them up with their parents. and some of the migrants in detention that we've spoken with, ays they have no ide where they child is. >> gabe, thank you. also this morning, five arrests have been made in a brutal mistaky ident murder of a 15-year-old boy here inw
rk. it happened outside of a deli in the bronx. and it was all caught on camera. we should warn you that thes video quite graphic. this mo ming, one has been charged with murder and multiple suects are incustody, in connection with a brutal killing of a new york 15 ager. he was ahedgedllegedly killed i case of mistaken identity. this shows the horrifying attack when police say five men,wh they dragged him into the street. the teenager died n at arby hospital. the gang was reportedly trying to settle a score but targeted the wrong person. known to his young friend as junior, he was part of the nypd law enforcement e program. he wanted to one day join the police force. now,am his fily mourns, holding
a wake later today, as anger grows. overnight, an enormous crowd gathered at the sight of the attack. guzman's father and aunt, devastatd. >> we neehelp. sorry. we need justice, so he can jus fly high in peace. nobody deserves to die like this. i don't know how to call those guys. we need them to go to jail or life or more. >> reporter:online, an outpouring of support from celebrities. cardi b donating to the families, saying on instagram, these bronx streets are ruthless, under #justiceforjr. rihanna, she didn't stop thinking about this baby boy.
c. sabathia, saying bluntly, the violence and hate needs to stop. a gofundme page, justiceforjunior has raised well above the $15,000 goal. a community is demanding answersver the police shooting of an unarmed teenager. funeral services are being held today. morgan radford has the latest on this story. hey, morgan. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. that funeral service will be held just behind me. a at antwon rose's auditorium. ons are swirling about what happened up to the teenager's death and who is responsible? mourners paying their final respects to antwon rose. the unarmed teenager gunned down e ant pittsburgh police officer. >> his smile would light up the whole room. it didn't matter how much pressure ore stress h was under,
he was just happy. >> reporter:home wit shirts saying three shots in the back, how do you jusfy that? the senior honor student once wrote a poem about violence in his community. protesters chanting one line that reads, i see mothers bury their sons. i want my mother to never feel that pain. this mornin his funeral at his former m.dle scho the video does not show whahe happened in moments leading up to the teation. mrils say th police say they pulled over this chevy because it matched the denription of a car a shooti 15 minutes earlier. rose got out of the car and ran. that's when michael rothsfelded openfire, shooting the teenager. police say rose had an emp 9
millimeter handgun clip in his >> two fireworks were recovered from theuspect vehicle.r: >> repor officer rothsfeld was on the job two weeks before being sworn int the pittsburgh police department, just two hours before the shooting. the video sparking nearly five days of protests. >> antwon rose was denied justice because she didn't get a chance to live his life >> reporter: a life, they say, taken far too soon. the service begins at 11:00 a.m., just for students and for family. meanwhile, the d.a. has not decided whether or not charges will be filed against the officer involved. and the officer has not given comment. >> morgan, thank you. rapid ly growing wildfire has forced the evacuation of people in northern california. the fire is about 100 miles
northwest of sacramento. flames have scorched nearly 8,000 acheres now.pa s of that state are on a high alert for dangerous child fire nditions. we have a lot more to get to this morning, including princeo williaming down in jordan to begin a historic trip to t middle east. keir simmons joins us from amman with the latestthere. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. what a setting, right? this is a roman amphitheater. own there, prince william hanging out withchildren, some of them war zone refugees. part of a program to hel them reclaim their childhood. he may look relaxed but this is a potentially controversial trip. this morning, prince william kicking off his historic trip, taking in the ancient city of jurash, more than 6,000 years
old. williamavating treacherous terrain. bloody civ war sent waves of refugees across the border here. written's prince said jordan should be proudre of its onse. >> the way you opened your doors to refugees from syria,ot to mention your commitment to palestinian refugees is remarkable. >> reporter: his next potentllyensitive stop, immediating with palestinian an israaders. the trump administration facing fury over president trump's promise to move the u.s. embassy jerusalem. clashes continuing in gaza just last week. president trump's son-in-law, jared kushner, promising his highly anticipatedseace plan i almost done. but it may be dead on arrival.ku shner, criticizing the palestinian leader, mahmoud abba over the weekend for not prince william will meet both sides. but his itineraryy criticized one israeli minister.
british roya , like thequeen, avoid politicsio invit to prince harry's wedding last month did not inclu presidents trump or obam their growi ining family is mak the trip too difficult.ka >> my wifeerine, is disappointed she cannot be with me, so t soon after birth of our son, louis. >> reporter: embarkingolo to israel andhe palestinian territories, for the first time in 70 years. a tough test for the king, and a sensitive time for the region. prince william with the crown prince of jordan. jared kushner was in this region recently. royals, p tsident's son-in-law, these are young men, unelected, trying to make a difference in this region i differentways. it has to be voted, hoda and craig, even elected missi eed p here have failed many, many times. back to youys gu
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good morning, everybody. sun is shining on a beautiful monday morning here in the nation's capital. it's going to be a pleasant to be outside. humidity levels are coming down for the next couple of days, so we can enjoy that. right now we're in the upper 60s and low 70s.ou ife manning out your day today, plan on sunshine. falling humidity. high in the low- to mid-80s. that's a little bit of a bargain. another niceay coming up for tomorrow. chances for rain return on wednesday and thursday and super hot d humid for the weekend. >> and that's your latest weather. guys? >> that's>> yourt lat weather. >> just ahead it's the viral video that has everyone talking. >> this woman don't want to let a le girl sell some water. >> this woman under fire for calling police on an8-year-old
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filled with pride. millions flood the streets across the country, in pde parades supporting lgq rights. >> oh, baby. >> new zealand's prime minister reveals her new baby daughter name ineve, as she brings her n public for the first time. >> we're not placing great expectations on this baby eept for happiness and love. >> today, monday, june 25th, 2018. >> we're going to find out what neve meechbans. now, to a video getting a lot of attention. a woman calling police on an 8-year-old who is selling water outside of her home. now, the woman is defending herself in an exclusive interview. miguel alm huer that story. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. that little girl was trying to sell bottled water to go to disneyland. now, her story has exploded into
a flood of controversy. the video of her neighbor calling police, now viewed 2 million times. this morning, 8-year-old jordan rogers is aner intnet sensation for selling bottled water on the reet in front of her house. >> this woman don't want to let late girl sell some water. >> reporter: this woman is allison edell. inis mog, she's a social media villain for calling the cops on her young neighbor. >> yeah, illegal sellingtater withou a permit. >> reporter: we don't know what happened leadi ining up to this video being shot, edell being called permit patty online, said she was working at home upstairs and jordan's sales pitch was loud and nonstop. >> i tried to be polite. but i was stern. and i said, please, i'm trying to .wo you're screaming, you're yelling. and people have open windows, it's a hot day. can you keeorit down. >> rter: edell saysne she
ver confronted jjordan,ust her mother, who took this video. >> she's calling police on a idttle girl. you can if you want. >> she never asked us to be quiet. she just came out and directly demanded to see a permit to sell water fm an 8-year-old. >> reporter: "satury night live" cast member, sesl strong parodied the incident with this video. >> this woman called the police on thewe frs for drinking water. >> illegally drinking my water., illegarinking my water. reporter: some on social media say they're reminded of a similar incident in oakland two months ago. a woman clubbed barcue becky called police to report an african-american man grilling ia ana where it wasn't allowed. some say bot incidents are racially motivated. >> that woman t cught sheould use her white privilege and it
doesn't work. >> reporter: edell has gotten all kinds of e-mails. >> horrible threats. horrible. horrible images. and death threats. >> reporter: jordan says she was trying to raise money, to help her mom, who recently lost her job to go to disneyland. over the weekend, she got some good news. >> they know you wan to go to disneyland. and they bought you four tickets. [ screaming >> miguel, after edell saw the fi storm after thevideo, how does she feel about that? >> she ss she is not proud how she acted and she would apologize to jordan and her mother, but w both say thl not accept that apology. >> at least they' going to disneyland. >> hopefully they can smooth that over. we . hey, guys.
anks so much. let's get ready for summertime temperatures. high pressure pumping up the humidity it's going to feel like 101 in memphis, 102 in new orleans, houston, dallas 105. to the north, temperatures on the cooler side. it will feel cooler inci new yo 82, 76 detroit, 77 in but guess what, it's going to be a late week scorcher. thid heat and hy will shoot out of texas, make its way up into the midwest. look at these temperatures going into the weekend by friday 93 in chicago, 92 in cincinnati. minneapolis will be 93 degrees by friday. kansas city 95. guess what? it's coming east as well. saturday, sunday on into monday. look at these temperatures. new york city upo 93 with a lot of humidity. 88 in boston, 94 in philly and 94 in washington, d.c. that's what going on around the country, herha> 94 may betl a l
conservative for high temperatures around here. as we get towards the weekend it's rlly going to be a sizzler. enjoy bright blue skies and belowverage temperatures and below average humidity levels next few days. right for you around 70 grees. afternoon highs low- to mid-80s, so a pleasant day to be outside. low humidity for today and tomorrow. here is ten-day forecast and notice that big warm-up. friday 93 saturday 96, sunday 97. >> and that's your latest weather. hoda? >> al, thanks. just ahead, what we are just learning about anthony bourdain's final days, as his popular show gets celebrated send-off. then, we're behind the scenes at a huge ent, with the internet's biggest stars. and he's here, the new crew member for "sfixer upper" stars and joanna gaines.
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magnate. as a vijew, it's horrible. >> reporter: the conversation nbc's swift e after decision to pull the plug on roseanne's hit reboot. following ai racist tweet to an adviser to president oba obama. >> there's no excuse, i thoughte to anyone who or felt offended and thought i meant something that i, in fact, did not mean to my own ignorance. and there's no excuse for that. >> reporter: in the since-deleted tweet, barr's reference toalie jarrett if the muslim brotherhood and "planet of the apes" had a baby. she calls it a huge error. >> i am a lot of things. i'm a loud-mouth and all that stuff. bu not stupid, for god's
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♪ we're back, now, with new information about the tragic death of celebrated chef,riter an tv host, anthony bourdain. >> stephanie gosk is here with the latest. >> we were all shocked by the news of anthonybourdain's death two weeks ago. overnight, cnn aired a town hall about suicide and the season finale of his travel show "parts unknown," while new details are emerging about his death. >> mm. that's good, man. >> reporter: overnight, the ason finale of anthony bourdain's "parts unknown."
bourdain joined by aronofsky in bhutan. >> iar has to be to work here. >> talk about contaminating the values of a local culture. >> reporter: the episode captur bourdain's passion for adventure, airing two weeks after the celebrity chef took his own life in france. >> our friend, anthony bourdain, has died. >> reporter: his death only days after fashion icon, kate spade, took h ownlife. we're learning bourdain's final moments. he has significant traces of t the l in his system time of his death. although there were no narcotics in his body, there were sig drank significantly the night before he was found inside a hotel roo in france. earlier in life, bourdain said he struggled with an addiction to heroin. bourin's girlfrienderformed in france this weekend, hours after posting an intimate photo
of her and bourdain together. two weeks without you, she wrote. a town hall about homicide prevention aired on cnn before the "parts unknown" finale. among the guests, two that know the heartbreak of suicide. >> i think it's important to be unconditionally lo in the sense that reaching out, even if someone is not receptive, is something that should be considered an act of love. >> reporte last night, bourdain left his fans with one more unique love letter tan foo culture. >> bhan, about the size of switzerland, is caught between the old world and the new. >> reporter: with small moments viewed through a new lens in the wake of his tragic death. >> pain is pain. if you don't respond to that, something is seriously wrong with you. >> reporter: een kr enn tells n, it has no plans for the future
of "parts unknown." it was season 12. we'll put the number back, if anyone knows someone needs help, call the suicide prevention lifeline, at 1-800 f -273-talk. >> even if the person says, i don't need your help, keep pushing in. >> you never know what someone is dealing with. coming up, the convention for anyone w absolutely loves online t videos andtars behind those billions of clicks. we'll have that for you right after your local news. we all want white teeth. you know doc how can i get whiter, brighter teeth. and the dentist really has to say let's take a step back and talk about protecting your enamel. it's important to look after your enamel because it's the foundation for white teeth. i believe dentists will recommend pronamel strong and bright because it's two fold. it strengthens your enamel, but then also it polishes away stains for whiter teeth. so it's really something that's a win-win
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newsbreak. 7:56 is your time now on this monday june 25th 2018. good morning to you, i'm eun yang. ngght now we're going to check on your mor commute with melissa mollet and first4traffic. how is it going out there, li a. >> good. couple of problem spots, northbound 95, c32,sh in northbound lanes, seeing delays north and southbound. 270 southbound at west montgomery. that crash on the shoulder there at montrose pretty well to the spur. fairfax between draper and old lee highway crash reported there. >> thank you, melissa. we'll take a quick break and check your forecast when we ome stay with us.
nothing wrong with weather like this in the middle of summertime. current temperatures are in the low- wo mid-70s. itl be a very nice day to be outside today. a mix of clouds and sunshine. no rain though. ngce and mild. temperatures run few degrees cooler than average for today and for tomorrow as well. if you liket hot and humid, just wait. the heat and humidity return on thursday anday go all the into next week. >> all right, chuck. thank you. for now back to th.""today show t
i is 8:00 on "today."co ming up, taking to the streets.pr otests erupting across the country, ashousands of migrant children are waking up desperate to be reunited with their parents. >>e assume the majority of them have not been able to speak to their children at all since they've been detain. >> this morning, president trump not backing down, calling for a new way to deal with undocumented immigrets. we're lt the border with the latest. plus, new crew member. chip and joanna gaines welcoming a new baby boy to the "fixer upper" family. we'll look at the sweet pictures taking social media by storm, and the story behind his surprising name. and dan & shay.
the country music duo are on our plaza, kicking off your week with a live summer concert you do not want to miss, monday, june 25th, 2018. > we're at the plaza, to see dan & shay. >> we just got maied. >> and we're cebrating with dan & shay. >> seeing dan & shay on "today." >> best way to start summer vacation is with dan & shay. >> i'm here for dan & shay. [ applause ] welcome back on this monday morning. we're happy to have craig with us, whileh savannaas time off. that last little girl, that we
just showed, she came up to me and had a littl card and said, can you do me a favor? can you give this card to dan & shay. and i said, what if you met them yourlf. and s did. she did. >> that's a great crowd outside for a monday morning, too.ut >> how a a concert in the heart of midtown manhattan on a monday. can't beat that. we have a lot going on. congress is ready to confront the immigration crisis, even as president trump demands the deportation of those caught coming in the u.s. illegally. kristen welker joins us. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, hoda. as backlas counts at the border. he iramping up his escalatio rhetoric. he said, when someone comes in, we must immediately, with no judges or court cases, bring them back from where they but that fails to recognize constitutional due process,
long-established case law that grants protections to noncitizens. the house is expected to vote on a compromise immigration bill, with the top house republican saying the president supports the legislation, despite mr. trump's friday tweet, urging republicans to stop wasti their time on immigration until after the midterm elections. meanwhile, a controversy is brewing after a virginia restaurant, the red hen, asked sarah huckabee sanders to leave on friday, as a protest against e policies of the administration. sanders politely left. the president weighing in, lashing out with a tweet of his own, saying the red hen restaurant shoul focus more on cleaning its filthy canopies, and needs a dows, paint job, than refusing to serve sanders. therestaurant's own saying people need to live their convictions. hoda? >> kristen welker athe white house.
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military divers have been sent in. the commander says heth believe boys are still alive. boost us. >> hats off to a cincinnati reds fan who did not want special treatment during his major league debut.la was going to flow out the pirs pit first pitch between the reds and the cubs. nolan said, no. he was carried further back. that wasn't good enough. he said, all the way back. he went all the way to the real pitcher's mound. he knew where he wanted to be.th makes nolan a winner. there's that pitch. it looked pretty good. but how about that? he was like, i dad, want to go all the way to the pitcher's mound. >> theho redsuld probably sign him. >> exactly. just ahead this morning, that absolutely adorable pooch just crowned world's ugliest dog, hoda kotb. zsa zsa and her proud owners are with us exclusively. >> we had to book that one. they have a beautiful family
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take on today and every day with a-a-r-p. we're back, everybody, with "today's talker." some of the planet's biggest youtube srs were in california, celebrating the world of online videos. >> our own gadi schwartz and savannah sellers isthere. >> savannah's there. >> visiting vid con for the first time. >> hey, guys. we get to cover thi because we have our own digital shocaon snapchated "stay tuned." >> i'm the other savannah. and because we are on apchat, we were able to slip by and convince these kids to give us a sneak peek into their world. ♪ >> welcome to vid atcon. vid con? that's a good question. >> vid con is where digital
content comes to life.'s ithe super bowl for influenc influencers. what's an influencer? >> an influencer are the kpeopl that your kids are obsessed with. your kids do what they say. >> they're the movie stars of generation in a lot of cases, they are way more famous. >> like, way more famous. >> here, straight-up mania. teens screaming for a glimpse of their favorite internet stars. >> like karlens key. >> let's light it. > on youtube, my content is collaborative. my fans are involved i the content creation process. they really get to control what it is they're watching. >> that's why your kids probably watch youtube instead ofng saturday mor cartoons. they're likes and clicks are votes for what they want to see. >> audiences know what they're watching.
they're watching the news because it's a snapchat. >> we're reporting live. >> with a bamera and a little came. >> billions of views on youtube, means billions of ad dollars for influencers and brands. here, product placement is everywhere. no rules on the internet can be a recipe for controversy. >> logan paul shocking the world after pviting the o, showing the body of an apparent suicide victim in japan. >> some vid con people say there needs to be a balance between responsible content and >>click. think for me, it's very important that i'm setting a good example. >> but it's not just about viral videos. it's about this intimate relationship between creators and their fans that feels like a conversation between friends. helping them navigate life in theal dig age. from bullying to anxiety. >> just push through the hrstruggles you're goinggh right now.
>> even heartbreak. >> liza cheated on me. before vid con, these two announced their p, in a video seen 36 million times. >> we're not togetheanymore. >> using their platform, showing a younger gion how to stay friends. >> that was a great piece. a lot of these people have millions and millions of viewers. how does that translate into money? do they get paid for the viewers? >> it can get lucrative if that have tha audience, for sure. some of these guys are making up year. million a and most are under 30. >> and not only arehey their own boss, they are leading teams of people as they become minimoguls. a lot of the kids looking at the internet stardom thing as a new career option. >> and the tickets are expensive. they can be 150 bucks to meet the creators. but the kids love it. i met oil f who asked their kids, disneyland or vid con?
and the kids said vid con. >> you'r rock stars walking the halls. >> we took a selfie or two. >> is it the glasses? >> that's what it is. it's just a snapchatfilter. >> savannah sellers, this is your "today" show debut. >> itis. >> you did great. >> nice job. >> thank you, guys. > mr. roker? you have a i'm on the tweeter. instagram. show you -- remember back in the day, take a lookt this. we've got strong storms firing up from nebraska all the way down into texas and heavier thunderstorms now moving through the midwest. we've got a flash flood threat today from the dakotas down to oklahoma and back to tennessee and parts of kentucky. tomorrow we've got the taleat of torrenain and a flash flood threat moving east from chicago, fort wayne down to
louisville, out to and st. louis. probably some airport delays. rainfall amounts anywhere from 3 to 4" from springfielddao tas. as we head to the southeast, we're looking at more heavy raig alhe coastline stretching from asheville all the way back to that's what going on around the country, here is what's > and here at home in the dm v it's going to be a nice afternoon to spend quality time outdoors. dot forget spf, temperatures cooler than average, high to mid-80s. plenty ofty and sunshine out there, you'll get a burn quick. careful, keep spf on. high in the 80s. for tomorro another one. cooler tomorrow. another pleasant day with low humidity before heat and humidity of summer arrive later this week. > and that is your latest weathe >> all right, al. i know you're ready. this is one of our favorite competitions every year. it is the world's ugliest dog
contes >> did he just bark at you? >> w yeah. thatt he does. >> the winner is about to join us.jo ing kent at the honor of being one of the judges this year. this was a big deau. for >> this is what i call a ruff assignment. yeah. judgin the world's ugliest dog competition. for all of the cute dogs on your instagram feed, there's ugly ones deserving of your love, too. they went head-to-tail to become the world's top dog. at every county fair, you can expect wiener dogs and corndo . but here at the sonoma county fair, in petaluma, california, unleashing the ugly dogs. these ugl dogs were a hot mess, down the red carpet. some pranced proudly, others got carried all vying for the coveted title
of world's ugliest dog. >> that's the best feature. >> reporter: the field was rough. 14 contestants sniffing out their competition. many hairless and toothless, waddling t acrosshe stage, hoping to capture our t'tention. >> ta nice haircut. >> it's all-natural. >> reporter: while beauty may be in the eye of the beholder for these doug pareg parents, puppys truly blind. >> you can't be the prettiest what you're doing, be the ugliest. that means, comeh out wl of your splotches and hairlessness trand yourge skeletal nails. and even a rat tail, actually, is aeally big help. >> they're not going to win a beauty contest. we don't care. >> repheter: the goal of contest, celebrate dogs rescued from puppy mills and shelters. and encourage pet owners to
adopt, not shop, for their canine companion. lucky me, i got to judge where looks are everything. a contest where teetee from tucson had a shot of winning it all. scamp wasn't just ugly, she got points for being smelly,etoo. wasn the top three. josiwith no hair, dn't care. flaunting her tail. it was south ameria zsa zsa, a english bulldog who stole the show. even her name sake, zsa zsa gar, this was the darling of the crowd. her long tongue nearlye sweepin ground, and her smile over her pinkman kicure. >> the world's ugliest dog in petaluma, california, is -- >> zsa orzsa. >> rr: did you think in the 30-hour car ride from
minnesota that you were going t win? >> i had high hopes for her. she is unique. p reporter:ving in a dog-eat-dog contest, every dog has i day. i have to tell you, guys, this was a very hi-pressure, very difficult decision. we are so glad that zsa zsa was able to come acrossun the y. >> thank you for coming here to see us. >> you, too. >> whe jo announced that zsa zsa was the winner, give us your initial reaction. were you freaking? >> i wasn't shocke s. i knew she was definitely up for the winnings,as it still, don't believe it. >> that tongue hanging down. i read this in the note and don't know if it's true, do children shake the tongue? ry and zsa zsa allows it. >> should i it? >> she won't mind. she won't te. >> oh. >> jo. jo. >> i'll just pat the top of her
head. >> is it true you met her on a pet adoption site? >> yes. pet finder had her. g rescue picked her up from a puppy mill. if you were to describe her ll, how ity in a nuts would you describe it? >> ooh, messy. >> the toenails ar a nice touch. >> we're happy you came. happey you brought your dad, to. congratulations. >> thank you. >> zsa zsa, congrats. >> thanks. >> a little "pop what do you have dylan? >> we have a loto get to t. let's start "pop start" with chip and joanna gains. they are trs sf "fixer upper." over the weekend, the gaines crew got a little stronger. >> get it, emmy. " >> reporter: txer upper" family is a little bigger this morning, with the addition of
baby boy crew. joanna gaines announcing, our baby boy is her and we couldn't be more in love. he made an unexpected and speedo entrance ihe world, 2 1/2 weeks early, which is fitting he was a sweet surprise from day one. chip writing, ten beautiful toes and ten beautiful fingers all accounted for. and big momma is doing great. >> yeah. you're having a little boy, right? so exciting. >> reporter: the "fixerpe up duo has surprised fans with newy were expecting a fifth child, after announcinghe fifth season of "fixer upper" woul be their last. >> the boys and i were team boy. team girl. this is really upsetting the balance of power. the boys may be able to vote from here to kingdom come.
>> reporter: joanna sharing this image of four other children, writing, they wouldn't wait to meet their younger brother. andovernight, joanna instagramed this adorable photo. the caption, cuddle bug. coratulations. >> don't you just want to -- >> i do. le> now, to kit harrington and rose ie. the former "game of thrones" co-stars were m on saturday. kit and rose were showered with confetti before driving off in a land rover decorated with a just married sign. a lot of "game of thrones" itars we attendance. congratulations to the happy couple. and demi tolothe ving esing is making waves for her performance inportugal. he says her new song, "sober" suggesting she has relapsed after six years of sobriety. re's a clip. ♪ i'm so sorry i'm not sober
anymore ♪ and, daddy, please forgive me for the drinks spill on the floor ♪ ♪ to the ones who never left me we've been down this road before ♪ >> demi has been praised in the past for openly speaking at her struggles. i took thd, tonight, stage with as a new person with a new life. thank you to everyone who m supporte throughout this journey. and hoda and kathie lee. the duo caught the attention of john oliver. hehe featured on his popular segment, "and now this." >> and now, kathie lee and hoda are becoming one. >> timing -- >> both: iseverything. >> it's -- >> both: national cookie day. simone biles. hungry.
hangry. how do we do it day after day. >> is this the first you're seeing this? >> oh, my gosh. that's scary. >> you have been becoming one for a whileennow. >> years. >> must get uncomfortable for joel. >> that's your "pop start." the world cup teams are proving they are more than just soccer skills. they have impressive dance moves, too. let's go through them. senegal's squad shows off their spirit, staying in step with each other on the field. they ended their match with japan with a aw, 2-2. colombia keeps the celebration going aer scoring against poland. check out those fancy moves right there. looking good. and england's jesse lynngar brings the shoe dance to the but no one is more excited about
england's win than these fans where world cup fever has definitely taken over. >> wowza. we got a big concert. >> we have a huge one. >> before dan & shay hit the stage out there, they need to warm up their vocals. >> okay. >> so, hey. >> there we go. ♪e're already thinking about leaving ♪ ♪ got to get you back in my yget you out of that dress and those shoes that like so much ♪ ♪ everybody in the party is checking your ♪ i don't mind it because you're coming with me, girl ♪ ♪ i know
>> announcer: this is a "news 4 today" newsbreak. >> hi, good morning, everyone, 8:26 on june 25th. i'm angie goff. let's get a check of the roadways with first4traffic. >> rockville 270 after shady grove a crash report 3-d. seeing delays between there. fairfax boulevard between draper and old lee highway crash report there. 66 inbound a little slow. silver springs southbound connecticut after weller, ah crash w right lane getting back and beltway looking normal. >> thanks, melissa. your forecast is next. stay with us. whoooo.
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i'm going to sneak past where are hi. c omg. bu're from where? >> i'm from new yo we live in madison, wisconsin. >> your first caoncert was -- >> dan & chez. >> and they love the song, "nothing like you." and chris sang that to kdily at your w. can you give us a little. ♪ i remember whe i first met you ♪ ♪ you wereur twirling yoair i just had to stare for a minute or two ♪ ♪ i was looking at your stoack f books ♪ ♪ then you shot me that smile hey, beautiful girl ♪ ♪ let me inhere >> amazing. >> he's got a littlefoomething you. what you got? atulations to you, man.
thank you for using our song for your special day. here's a little something to rememberit. >> oh, my god. >> is that crazy? just so y'all can see it it's a framed wedding picture ofthem. you're looking good, man. fresh nikes rightth e. congratulations, y'all. >> thank you so much. >> that's cool. >> thank you, guys. >> talkbout pressure. >> that wasn't hard for him. >> wowza. >> what do you havefo coming up us? are you going to sing? >> thankfully, no. imagine this, you wok home i your living room. you see your spouse sitting there and he has no idea who you are. a case of sudden amnesia. he forgot his wife and years of marria. he forgoteverything. he's here to tell us about the journey he took after that. and four college students commit one of the a bigge heists in history, from their college in lexington,ky kent
they made a critical mistake and went to jail and now, they are here to talk about all of it. >> is there a movie? >> yes. it's calle "american animals." now.in a theater rig they went to see "ocean's 12" when the o were the lam before they got caught, all four celebrating what they had done.d litt they know, that fbi agents were sitting behind them at the wicket they s was dogs playing cards, which was really amazing. for your week ahead, sizzling heat in the southwest, gusty showers and storms in the southwest looking for a nice day southeast. as we get into the midweek eriod it's going to be wet along the country, hot and dry in the west, heat wave in the plains. toward the end of theweek, it's going to be hot and steamy along the eastern seaboard. heat building if the west as well. showers in the northern and western plains.
that's what going on around the > sometimes a picture is worth 1,000 words. nothg but bright blue sky overhead here this morning. temperatures have started to warm up fairly quickly now. it's 75 in washington, 74 annapolis, 74 fredericksburg and 72 maryland. what you're going to do today? anything you wantsi to do o mother nature will play slow pitch. raw humidity and cooler than average temres for today and tomorrow. stormy late wednesday and thursday. hot anhumid for the weekend. >> where are you guys from? >> brooklyn. >> all the way from brooklyn. big country fan from brooklyn. >> brooklyn, new york. >> we like it. all right, guy back inside. "brain power" was created by "today" withur sponsor aarp. take on today with aarp, real possibilities. now, to our ongoing series
"brainpower today." june is alzheimer's and brain awareness month. we're looking at alzheimer's disease and why it affects women. >> there is growing research that in some women, menopause may be atrigger. but experts say there are some things that you can do right now that may reduce that risk. here's nbc's special anchor, maria shriver. >> reporter: it's one of alzheimer's bgest mysteries. why do women account for two-thirds of eeses? >> we n to be able to do ch.e >> reporter: this top neuroscientist says menopause may play a major factor. >> there's a strongli d in brain energy levels as women go from premenopause to postmenopause. >> reporter: and so m wh aore anyperimenopausal have heard, you're crazy. you're losing your mind. but there's some truth to you're
losing something in your brain. >> abeplutely. >>ter: research shows has hormone levels go down, the risk goes up for the damaging plaques linked to alzheimer's. no they're tracking women atis risk for these. monitoring hormones and brains for several years to pinpoint when and how menopause triggs cognitive decline. >> estrogen literally protects the brain cells from harm. as you lose theen estr you leave your brain vulnerable to aging and alzheimer's disease. >> repter:53-year-old karen siegel joined the study after she entered perimenopause. her mother suffers from early alzheimer's. >> it's personal to me. it's my life. it's our family.
>> reporter: experts say there are steps that women can take tt reduir alzheimer's risk. first, if you're in perimenopause, talk to your doctor about hormone replacement therapy. >> if you start before us meno estrogen replacement therapy, might also be protective against mentia. >> reporter: second, focus on what you eat. inooer b "brain food," she recommends foods high in ti idants, like chick peas, flaxseco flaxseeds, ts, berries and dark, leafy greens. to protect her brain, karen exercises daily and sticks to a low-sugar, plant-based diet. what advice do you have to women in their 40s who say, i don't have time. i have had the longest good-bye from my mom. seven years. she hasn't been able to know it's my birthday. it's a very unfortunate disease and it robs you of eevery, sin
part of you. >> we will dig a little deeper on this. >> we're here wh joanne jenkins, the ceo of aarp. why is dementia so important to your members? >> it's not onty impor to our members but all families across the country. it really robs people of their future and their memory. and this idea of having dementia yfects so m people. nearly 6 million people in the u.s. are diagnosed with dementia. that's projected to double in e next generation. and so, it's important that we try to recogni the symptoms and alsoaarp, to be concerned about the issues that our members are concerned about. >> is this why you're putting it as the top of your agenda? >> i would say to you that our members tell us the number one thing they fear t most is losing cognitive skills or
concern around alzheimer's disease orme ia. that's certainly important for us to really focus on the needs of our members and our families. >> you'r y here because have a huge announcement you're going to make today. what is that? >> we're excited that aarp is tmoenngt whang ge't t ioinvrees aroundrc alzheimer's res and prevention and cure. it's an exciting time for us becaus aarp has been involved in the education and advocacy aspect of dementia and other diseases. this is the first time we' made thisinvestment. >> $60 million. that's a huge investment. >> it's a huge amount. it's a huge amount. and really, i call it an investment in hope for the ture because, as we know today, there's no cure for alzheimer's and no prescription drugs that can help cur this. and so, this is really our look into the f mure toe sure that families in the future
really don't have to suffer the way so many people suffering today. >> joanne, thank you so much for being here with us this morning. we'll have information at today.com. s,r anyone with questi join me and aarp's chief medical officer at facebook.com/tod at 9:00 a.m. eastern. we're going to take your questions on dementia care giving and much more. now, let's head outside to hoda and craig. >> dylan, thank you. just ahead, a special live concert on the plaza from dan & shay. >> first, this is "today" on nbc.
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stage. ready for a great show from dan shay."today." a few short years later, they're back. your first summer concert on the first, here's their rise to the top of the charts. it is this platinum single that started it all for the country music dynamic duo, dan & shay in 2013. since then, they've been wracking up hit after hit. ♪nothing like you >> reporter: this month, they took home the 2018 cmt duo of the year award, for their hit song, tequila. >> this is amazing. >> reporter: thahe most streamed song on country radio charts. ♪ when i taste tequila >> reporter: the album was released on friday. and today, dan & shay is
celebrating right here on our citi summer concert stage. and here they are, ladies and gentlemen, dan & sy. ♪ i remember when i first met you ♪ ♪ sipping coffee in ane c booth ♪ i just had to stare for a minute ♪ ♪ i was laughing at your stack of books and you showed me that smile ♪ ♪ hey, bea yiful girl, inr own little girl ♪ ♪ you're my kind of girl you ain even trying ♪ ♪ i never seen nothi
♪ summer rain dancing when there's not no music just the right kind of crazy♪ ♪ something like you, rockin' that t-shirt ♪ ♪ no party dress just doinghi your ♪ ♪ nobody else, nothing like you ♪ ♪ when you're wearing them worn out jeans ♪ ♪pl puruntied shoestrings you're a light in the dark ♪ heart ou're stealing my like a gypsy ♪ ♪ i love the way that you kiss me ♪ ♪ from front of everybody so, baby c and kiss me ♪ ♪ theyer ain't nev seen nothing ♪ ♪ nothing like you shades of spinning in a summer rain ♪ ♪ dancing when there ain't no music ♪ ♪ just theight kind of crazy, baby ♪ ♪ something about you
rockin' that rock 'n' roll t-shirt ♪ ♪ we're at a partyressed up but you just doing your thing ♪ ♪ ain't nobody ever seen nothing like you, yea ♪ ♪ nothing like you shades on spinning in a summer rain ♪ dancing when there ain't no music ♪ >> somebody scream. ♪hi n like you rockin' that rock 'n' roll t-shirt ♪ you just doing your thing ♪up ♪ ain't nobody else ever seen nothing like you ♪ ♪ oh, no no, yeah never seen, never seen nothing like you ♪ ♪ whoa, whoa ev ♪ seen nothing like you,
girl ♪ ♪no i never seeing like you ♪ ♪ never seen nothing ah oh, ye♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> that is dan & shay. we'll be back with more music from this duo. first, this istoday" on nbc. to three generations montgoof eich's.y is home we love it here. but we have to work to keep it great, like fixing transit and traffic to shorten my son-in-law's commute. increasing open space where my grandchildren can play. and reducing classroom sizes for all our kids. that's why our next county executive has to require developers to solve the problems their developments create. as county executive, that's exactly what i'll do for every generation.
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>> here's the thing. we tak fair amount of credit for your success. four years ago, you t made you debut right here. >> it's a little nerve-racking doing a tv show. t ntre w level. i think this one done.say, might be a big hif thesong. everybody our are our main viewer we run it by them. and our fans responded ia big way. that was a momenthat said we have something here. they've been incredible. >> will you sing that for us? >> absolutely. >> all right. "tequila."
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♪ i ain't even drunk i ain't even drunk ♪ ♪ and i'm thinking how i need your love ♪ ♪ how i need your love, yeah, it sinks in ♪ ♪ when i taste tequila baby, i still see ya ♪ ♪ sorority t-shirt the same one you wore when we were ♪ ♪ sky-high in colorado your lips pressed against the bottle ♪ ♪ swearing on a bible, baby i'd never leave ya ♪ ♪ i remember how bad i need ya ♪ when i taste tequila when i taste tequila ♪ ♪ when i taste tequila
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[ applause ] good morning, evere ne. welc the show. happy monday. i'm megyn kelly. we begin today with incivility and intolerance in america. it is on the rise, or so it feels. roseanne barr, samantha bee, and our own president has shown us the jarringec e of incendiary rhetoric that can do more harm than good. haas we last week, sarah hucbee sanders was asked to leave a