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the bay. we're back at 7:25 with a live local news update. >> join us for nbc bay area news at 11:00. don't forget your sunglasses and sun tan lotion today. we'll see you soon. good morning. fists flying. a major brawl between two airline passengers moments before takeoff. and just when you think it's over, it's not. the latest disturbing incident coming on the very same day airline executives are summoned to capitol hill. will the skies ever be friendly again? moscow, line one. president trump set to talk to vladimir putin today. their first conversation when trump said u.s./russia relations were at an all-time low, as he the president takes heat for saying he would be honored to with north korea's dictator.
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the kindness of strangers. the couple trapped in that overturned truck with their babies, meets one of those that saved their lives. >> thank you very much. >> we're there for the emotional reunion. ♪ and big night in the big apple. the stars come out and push the fashion envelope at new york's met gala. >> even at the oscars you don't get this mix. we have the looks, from the elegant to the outrageous. today, tuesday, may 2nd, 2017. >> from nbc news, this is "today," with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> good morning, everybody. welcome to "today." it's a tuesday morning. it's kind of the fashion oscars. did you check out some of the outfits last night? >> the super bowl of people watching. >> i almost wore that this morning. >> a little uptown at the
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metropolitan museum of art. there are celebrities waking up planning next year's outfit. >> pretty amazing. meanwhile, how about the video at the top of the show. people on planes need to sit down and fasten their seat belts. >> this was a wild scene on a passenger plane. as you saw, a fight broke out, just ahead of a flight from tokyo to los angeles. this video emerging, as some of the top airlines executives are about to face questions on capitol hill today about the state of their industry. tom costello covers aviation. he has the latest on all of it. good morning. >> reporter: it's happening nearly every day. something happens on an aircraft and fellow passengers grab their cell phone and start recording. this morning, an all-out fight. one passenger charged with assault. this morning, another disturbing airline incident caught on camera. two passengers throwing punches at each other, on a flight about
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to depart from tokyo to l.a. >> this guy is crazy. >> reporter: the passengers started fighting after the man in the red shirt, who was reportedly drunk, was asked to leave the plane after acting in an unruly manner. the man resisted and chaos ensued. after the fight seems to be over, the man in red returns, taking another punch to the face, before the video abruptly ends. the passenger who took the video tells nbc news, the man in red yelled, you think i'm crazy? the government is crazy, before leaving the plane. it's the latest in a series of viral videos. a united passenger dragged off a plane in chicago. an american flight attendant nearly coming to blows with a customer in san francisco. >> i am being asked to leave the plane. i had to use the restroom. >> reporter: and a delta passenger removed from a flight for using the rest rook, after being told to be seated. some top airline executives will get a grilling today, with members of congress suggesting
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it may be time to pass a new passenger bill of rights. >> passengers have inadequate compensation and recourse for the clueless and careless misconduct of the airline. >> reporter: it was just last week that united ceo oscar munoz told lester holt the industry needs to recover. >> we have a black eye. >> reporter: many airlines announced policy changes. no longer involuntarily bumping seated passengers. offering more cash as an incentive, up to $10,000. southwest says it will stop overbooking flights. meanwhile, with 83% of seats full, flight attendants say the entire flight experience can be stressful. >> people are spending little for these tickets. they're getting packed in a confined space. humans are closer together and it creates conflicts. >> reporter: with so few airlines to choose among, passenger rights
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advocates are skeptical anything will change. >> i think we're stuck with that for a while until someone comes up with a new way of approaching the public. >> reporter: this morning, passenger rights advocates and unions say recent incidents are symptomatic of an industry running near capacity, under strain, and passengers who are often just fed up and sometimes, as you saw, drunk. savannah, matt, back to you. >> still can't get over that video. tom, thank you very much. an interesting phone call taking place at the white house between president trump and russia's president, vladimir putin. it's their first direct conversation, since trump declared relations between the two countries at an all-time low. kristen welker has more on all of this. good morning to you. >> reporter: hi, matt. good morning to you. it is high stakes for that call today. with president trump and president putin, expected to discuss a range of topics from syria to the fight against isis. it comes as mr. trump has set off alarm bells for comments
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regarding some of the most brutal dictators, including kim jong-un. tensions mountsing with that country today amid reports that north korean state tv saying the situation in the peninsula is being driven to a point "close to nuclear war because of the united states' recent provocations." this morning, white house officials will confirm that president trump will speak with russian president vladimir putin on the phone. it's the third call between the two leaders since mr. trump took office in january. and the first since the recent air strikes in syria. that strike, linked to a suspected chemical attack of bashar al assad, was criticized by putin. striving to salvage ties amid a fierce dispute over syria, secretary of state rex tillerson met with the president last month. >> there's a law level of trust between our two countries. the world's two foremost nuclear powers can not have this kind of relationship. >> reporter: today, as trump is
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facing backlash about other world leaders. saying he would meet with kim jong-un. if i would be appropriate for me to meet with him, i would absolutely, i would be honored to do with it. just hours earlier, his own chief of staff said the opposite. >> the answer is not. i don't see that happening. >> reporter: under fire, press secretary sean spicer forced to explain why meeting with kim jong-un would be an honor. >> he is a head of state. there's a diplomatic piece. >> reporter: overnight, backlash from some of his republican republicans. >> what you do is a legitimize a person who is one of the really bad actors in the world. >> reporter: and the president surprised some officials of his own administration by inviting another brutal dictator to the white house, philippines president rodrigo duterte. one topic on the agenda, north korea's recent provocations.
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that invitation, despite wide condemnation of duterte for executing thousands of his own suspects in his own country. >> does the president have a thing with the totalitarian leaders? >> the president understands the threat that they pose. >> reporter: it's not just foreign policy. this morning the president is threatening a shutdown in the fall tweeting, "either elect more republican senators in 2018 or change the rules to 51%. our country needs a good shutdown in september to fix mess." matt, savannah? >> kristen welker, thanks. may day protests turned violent in portland, oregon, last night. protesters throwing molotov cocktails and other items at police officers. the group of self-described anarchists also set fires in the streets. multiple people were arrested
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and downtown businesses were damaged, including a police car which was destroyed. in the meantime, speaking of protests, tens of thousands of people took to the streets of paris to protest marine le pen. demonstrators there threw molotov cocktails at security three officers and several protesters were injured. we're learning more about the university of texas student accused of going on a stabbing rampage on the austin campus. the suspect surrendering to police after killing one person and injuring three others. nbc's kerry sanders has the latest on the investigation. kerry, good morning. >> reporter: well, good morning, matt. there are many heavy hearts here on the campus at the university of texas, where classes are expected to resume today. the president of the college canceled classes after a freshman was knifed to death, in what witnesses say was an unprovoked attack. beefed up patrols on campus at the university of texas in austin.
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students anxious and confused by 19-year-old harrison brown's killing. the freshman was stabbed to death in broad daylight on a busy campus plaza. >> i am a little bit of mad. >> reporter: jeffery haslet has been best friends with the victim since they were in day care. >> he was funny, outgoing. he was a friend to everybody. >> reporter: harrison brown, killed. three others slashed by the attacker. >> one white male college student. he's been stabbed a couple of times. he is conscious. >> reporter: police say this man, another u.t. student, inexplicably went berserk monday. witnesses say at first, the stabbing spree seemed unreal. >> he grabbed this guy by the shoulder and stabbed him in the back. >> reporter: as video posted on social media shows, campus police wrestled the suspect to the ground. officials say the arrest coming two minutes after the police were first called. in custody this morning,
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21-year-old kendrex white. still unclear, a motive. >> the individual didn't attack people that were right there. he walked a little ways. then he stabbed another individual and so forth. >> reporter: one classmate of the alleged knife-wielding attacker said he noticed a personality shift after white was arrested for a dui for last month. >> he was missing from class for a month. he was pretty depressed. >> reporter: harrison brown's former school district remembering him this morning, as an inspiration to everyone around him. one of the wounded was admitted to the hospital and treated over. the other two were treated and released. later this morning, the police say the suspect who is in charge is charged with, among other things, murder. matt? >> thank you very much. with the summer vacation season just ahead, the state department has issued a traveling alert covering all of europe. it says americans should be on guard for
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terrorist attacks, especially in tourist spots, transportation centers, hotels, clubs and houses of worship. it applies to great britain sweden and russia. it advises travelers to have a plan for contacting family members in an emergency and says they should monitor local news reports, check the websites of u.s. embassies and consulates for any security updates. there is more news at fox news. stephanie gosk is here with the latest on this. >> reporter: first, the network's chairman and ceo, roger ailes. then, star anchor, bill o'reilly. now, the co-president of fox news, bill shine, has called it quits. pushed out amid criticism of his handling of the sexual harassment scandal. shine, who replaced roger ailes, as head of the network
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was forced out after mounting pressure on fox to change its corporate culture. with three big names now gone, fox may never be the same. this morning, another shakeup at fox news. co-president bill shine resigning as the network scrambles to deal with a string of negative headlines about sexual harassment. in a recent tweet, one of shine's most high-profile defenders, sean hannity, responded to reports that shine was being pushed out. saying, i pray this is not true because if it is, that's the total end of the fox news channel as we know it. overnight on his show, hannity stayed silent about shine and not addressing rumors after his own potential departure from the network. >> special thank you to all our friends in the media that are tuning in tonight, maybe for the first time. >> reporter: shine's departure may signal a makeover for the network. >> after roger ailes left, shine was a continuation of the old fox news culture. the murdochs are slowly deciding they need to answer critics by turning a page.
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>> reporter: in a memo to staff, 21st century fox chairman and ceo rupert murdoch wrote in part, i know bill was respected and liked by everybody at fox news. but some former employees might disagree. shine has not been accused of sexual harassment. but has been named in two lawsuits against the network and roger ailes. >> i'm andrea -- >> reporter: one of ailes accusers claims that shine told her when she complained that ailes was a very powerful man, and she needed to let this one go. shine denies all of the accusations. now, his replacement is a woman, suzanne scott. >> she is a product of the roger ailes culture. women at fox news are looking at this moment and saying, this is not cleaning house. >> reporter: 21st century fox is in the middle of a bid for british broadcaster, sky, worth tens of millions of dollars.
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industry insiders believe the recent departures at fox news are at least partly driven by the desire to get the takeover by the british government. among the criteria is whether or not the company is fit and proper. >> steph, thank you very much. >> you're welcome. >> thank you. now, to a real-life hollywood cliff-hanger. a writers strike averted overnight. the writers guild reached a three-year deal. it was announced an hour after the midnight deadline. the agreement prevents a costly strike that could have sent television shows to immediate reruns. here's important news for parents this morning. the trump administration now rolling back some school lunch rules that had been championed by former first lady michelle obama. the program required more fruits, veggies, and whole grains, but many school districts were complaining that healthy foods were ending up in the trash. under the new standard, schools won't have to cut the salt in meals just yet. they will keep the whole grain requirements and not demand that all pastas and breads go whole
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grain. schools could serve 1% milk instead of the nonfat required. these new rules will take effect in the fall. an update on what has been a traffic nightmare for commuters in atlanta. transportation officials say they're confident that the i-85 bridge that went up in flames back in march will be reopened by memorial day weekend. the initial completion date was supposed to be mid-june. the 24/7 work schedule is being credited for accelerating the progress in construction. a light moment from the nba playoffs. cavs superstar lebron james almost started celebrating a little early. cleveland up in the third quarter. lebron grabs a bottle of beer from a court side waitress. about to take a sip. remembers he's still on the job. gives it back. still on the job. the cavs go on to beat the raptors. 116-105. plenty of time to tip one back after the game. cleveland takes a 1-0 lead in that series. >> i love how he was scampering
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over. looked happy. >> looked good. you're not al. >> i'm not. >> what's going on? >> can i borrow your dress for my weather report. >> does it fit the forecast? >> it does. a beautiful day in some parts of the country. but through the midwest, the sky will be featuring sunshine. we have residual flooding because of the recent rain that trickles into the rivers. all of the diamonds, those are the rivers in major flood stage right now. overflowing their banks and causing some flooding in communities. the merrimack river has broken the highest crest that river has been. and the mississippi at chester is getting close to flood stage. we have flash flood watches for this general area across parts of the midwest because of the fact that water needs some place to go. unfortunately, it is over the banks. in the next.
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-- in the next 24 hours, we will see another area of rain develop. some areas picking up an inch and a half to two inches of rain across southern kansas. a second storm system will regenerate. we're going to see two different areas. one up near st. louis, where we could see three to four or five inches of rain. and along the gulf coast. we could see another three to four inches of rain. that will be mostly as we go into wednesday and thursday. that's the weather across the country. your local forecast is coming up in the next 30 seconds. even when we're not there to keep them safe, our subaru outback will be. (vo) love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. good tuesday morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall.
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we have a nice and mild start to the day. anything you need to get done outside, you want to make sure you do it in the next couple hours. 60 degrees in san francisco and the north bay. for the east bay, also at 60 and going to see high temperatures up to 90 degrees in the south bay. tri-valley seeing a high of 92. we'll be close to setting some records in the east bay as well. up to 85 and 82 in san francisco. >> and that's your latest forecast. >> dylan, thank you. coming up, the family rescued by good samaritans when their truck flipped over in a storm is speaking out for the first time. and we were there for their emotional reunion with one of the rescuers. we showed you the video monday. airline passengers tossed from their seats and injured after hitting turbulence. this morning, how you can stay safe the next time you're flying in less than ideal conditions. first this, is "today" nbc.on
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56 in napa, and pal ohio starts out the morning at 63 degrees, and expect a high temperature of 89 degrees in the peninsula. south up to 90, tri-valley 90 there as well. some of the hottest temperatures will be in the delta and the interior parts of the north bay before we catch a little bit of a break. let's head over to mike for an update on the commute. >> we have a tough ride on the rails right now. northbound trains for caltrain are delayed 5 to 15 minutes out of diridon. the worst of the delays is 15 minutes. in the south bay, worst delays for your drive, northbound 101, a crash remains in the middle lanes. been there almost a half hour. and so we do have a backup out of san jose. 280 picking up some of the extra traffic, and north 85 at the bottom of the screen, a crash in the shoulder just north of 87. >> we'll be back with another local news update for you in about a half hoar or so. have a great tuesday morning.
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7:30, now, on this tuesday morning. the 2nd of may, 2017. why are all those people out on the plaza? because it's national concert day. >> yes, it is. >> that's why. we have a concert in honor of that holiday, one republic, performing for these people in our 8:30 half hour. >> front row alived at 1:00 in the morning. 1:00 in the morning, they've been sitting out there. >> god weathod weather out ther. >> just a couple more hours. let's get a look at headlines this morning. a phone call sure to make a lot of headlines on president trump's schedule today. he will meet with russian president vladimir putin.
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it will be their third conversation since president trump took office. but the first since trump says u.s./russian relations were at an all-time low. the state department has issued a new travel alert in europe. it points to recent incidents in france, russia, sweeten and great britain. citizens should be individual taunt during the summer months. we showed you this earlier. a disturbing incident on an airplane caught on camera. two passengers are brawling from their seats on a jet that was about to fly from tokyo to l.a. according to reports, the man in the red shirt was unruly and resisted when he was asked to leave. he was arrested. >> that's crazy. he came back. >> and took a shot. right to the jaw. now, some dramatic video we showed you on monday. good samaritans rushing to rescue a texas couple and their children after their truck
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flipped over in rising floodwaters. this morning, we're hearing from that family and the people who saved them. nbc's gabe gutierrez is in dallas. good morning to you. >> reporter: matt, good morning. first, some very good news. one of the two young children trapped inside that submerged car has been discharged here from medical center dallas. the other remains in intensive care but she is now breathing on her own. her parents and rescuers sharing a special bond. this morning, phillip and emily are thankful. thankful they and their two children survived this harrowing nightmare, when their pickup truck flipped over in a raging flood. >> water was coming in the cab of the truck. >> you can't see anything. you panic. >> reporter: grateful, beyond words for good samaritans like jaime martinez, who rushed to the rescue.
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>> thank you so much. >> reporter: they were once strangers. not anymore. >> we're so happy that you're okay. and the babies, too. >> reporter: the babies, 4-month-old marshal, unconscious when he was pulled from the truck. and addie, strapped to her car seat. regina howard first on the scene, provided the prayer. >> surely, after she started praying, that child started coming around. >> he was almost blue. it was terrifying. >> reporter: cory prox, helped busted the window. >> someone was screaming from the inside. i went in panic mode. >> reporter: as a mom, what went through your mind at that time? >> help them. give them life before you try to help me. i'm fine. i'm an adult. i can manage my own. i will figure out a way to get
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out of this vehicle. they cannot. >> reporter: as tornadoes cut through east texas, the family had packed into their car to escape one storm and ran into another. >> 100% helpless. not being able to fight my way yurnld beneath the seats. >> there she goes. >> if it wasn't for the briefav of the total changers, the young family would not be here to share their story and their gratitude. >> very thankful. god bless you. thank you for being there, stopping and risking your lives to save ours. >> reporter: that video has been seen across the world. he has seen it. she has not. she says that she can't bring herself to. guys, she just prefers to hold her children tight. >> yeah, i can imagine. gabe, thanks. it restores your faith in humanity. >> we needed that video today after showing the airplane video. dylan, do you have a good forecast? >> for today, it's going to be a decent day.
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we have another round of storms that will start forming later as we go into wednesday. houston over new orleans and southern mississippi. that's the area where we could see a slight risk of stronger storms tomorrow. the biggest threat will be for isolated hail and damaging wind gusts, with an isolated tornado possible. you start to see the heavier rain work back into eastern kansas and oklahoma. and move back into the midwest, where flooding has been an issue for several days. that's going to exacerbate the flooding and the rivers there. more of the rain will head into southern indiana and illinois. across kentucky and into tennessee, too. today, though, things are fairly quiet across most of the country. a little gusty through the ohio river valley. it is going to be a hot one in the southwest. in the northeast, spotty good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. a lot of sunshine and very warm
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temperatures. in san francisco, expect the high to reach 82 degrees and a touch cooler for tomorrow. the cooler trend continues for the rest of the week. highs in the low 60s by the end of the weekend. for the inland areas, we have two more day of hot weather, today and tomorrow, then it gets a little milder on thursday. the rest of the week, we will have more clouds moving in, and this weekend, a slight chance of showers, especially on sunday's forecast. atest forecast. >> all right, dylan. just ahead, a revealing look at princess diana's life before she became a member of the royal family. first, this is a good one. staying safe when you fly. >> good morning. i'm jeff rossen. coming up, we showed you the video of the new case of turbulence midair. dozens of passengers injured. how can you avoid becoming a victim? we'll show you. ♪ how do you become america's best-selling brand? you make it detect what they don't. stop, stop, stop! sorry. you make it sense what's coming.
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us inside. throwing passengers literally out of their seats. that's what happened in the latest case. what should you do the next time turbulence shakes your plane? this morning, rare access to a simulator where pilots and flight attendants are training, showing you everything you need to know, so you don't go flying, next time you're flying. terrifying new video just this week. a flight from moscow to bangkok, about to land, when out of nowhere, in clear skies, rough air. carts turned over. passengers thrown to the ground. at least 27 people injured. midair turbulence shaking planes here, too, on this flight to dallas. >> this is the worst turbulence i've is ever seen. >> reporter: and this one to sacramento. >> it was like a tower of terror. >> reporter: how do you avoid becoming a victim of turbulence? there's simple things we can all
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do. to show you, we've come here to atlanta. this is the delta air training facility. they've given us exclusive access. and this is a delta pilot. what is turbulence? >> turbulence is the unsteady or violent movement of air within the atmosphere. >> reporter: that's thunderstorms, air coming off mountains. >> absolutely. air masses of different densities that causes unstable atmosphere. just like a boat behaves on the water, as it experiences waves, it may be uncomfortable or unsettles. but it's just riding the waves. >> reporter: can turbulence bring a plane down? >> it cannot bring a plane down. >> reporter: when it does strike, what are you supposed to do. you've been a flight attendant for nine years. have you experienced turbulence? >> on the aisles, turbulence happened. i couldn't go forward or backwards. only thing i can do is stay there. >> reporter: you're a big guy. you couldn't move and you're
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being jostled. >> being jostled everywhere. >> reporter: imagine me or a woman or a child. >> absolutely. we make sure to have the seat belt on. just like a car, you put on your seat belt for the unexpected. >> reporter: what about our kids, how do we keep them safe? >> i've seen people buckle babies in different ways. it seems to make sense, they're buckled in with me. >> if it's a baby in a car seat, that's okay. but this is wrong. if you have forward motion, the baby has pressure that can cause here. you want to take the baby out of the seat belt. buckle yourself in and hold your baby. you and the baby are safe. >> reporter: next up, something i always wondered. what if turbulence strikes when i'm in the bathroom. you know you've wondered, too. you're inside the bathroom. and all of a sudden, the plane starts shaking. your first instinct would be to run back to your seat. that's where your family and seat belt is.
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and on monday morning, doctor starnes opened his chest and fixed one of the two defects in his heart. and the operation was a success. it was the longest three hours of my life. but it was a success. >> this is the first of several surgeries billy will have in his life. but kimmel said he is doing great, now at home with his big sister, jane, and kimmel's wife, molly. social media users were touched by his story. cathy tweets, i'm so glad your son is okay. and kimmel responded, on behalf of my family, thank you for the lovely and loving tweets about our son, billy, and for your donations to children's hospital of los angeles. we're happy to see billy is doing well today. >> absolutely. >> i can't imagine. >> first thing i watched that 15-minute speech. an it's one of the most moving things i've ever seen. beautiful. >> so glad he's okay. coming up, the glitz and glamour and stars on display at
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good tuesday morning. it's 7:56. as we get a live look at three of our microclimates right now in the peninsula, it's 63 degrees as you get ready to head out. it's already warming up around the bay area. we're up to 66 degrees in the north bay and the east bay. and the san francisco area right at 60 degrees. as we go into the day, rirt going to be hot. up to 92 degrees in the tri-valley. bay, 92 degrees. we'll also have low 90s for the north bay. 82 for san francisco. and another hot day in the east bay, up to 85 degrees. let's get an update on the morning commute now from mike. >> there we go. caltrain still shows a 5 to 15-minute delay on the rails. northbound trains are delayed, but southbound, one train has been stopped at redwood city.
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there is some single tracking there. northbound routes start to. a crash has cleared in san tomas, a tough drive there, but the drive to the bay bridge, a slow drive on all approaches, really kicking all in of a sudden. a look at the bay bridge toll plaza that's looking lighter. back to you. >> thank you. >> happening now, police are searching for a rescue dog stolen from home in castro valley. murphy is a german shepherd who helps mentor other rescue dogs. he was last seen wearing a lime green collar. they started a go fund me page to help with the search effort. >> santa clara valley medical nurses at the diordan station trying to bring awareness for stroke awareness months. they'll be out there handing out cards until about 8:30 this morning. we'll be back in a half hour. hope you get a chance to enjoy your tuesday morning.
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maxx you. maxx life. t.j.maxx ♪ it's 8:00 on today. fashion frenzy. the biggest stars on the planet converge at the met gala. what and who ruled the red carpet? jenna was there. she has everything you need to know. plus, the rise of the people's princess. >> my life will be a great challenge. >> 20 years after her death, the fascination with one of the most beloved royals lives on. we look back at her life before s she set foot in buckingham palace. ready, set, rock. one of the biggest bands in the world, one republic, hits our plaza and we can't wait today,
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tuesday, may 2, 2017. you have something to say. don't you? >> one republic is awesome. >> what time did you get up for the front row? >> 1:00 in the morning for one republic. ♪ >> one republic! >> who are you? >> the biggest one republic fan in the plaza. >> you are? >> absolutely. >> come with me. >> nice to meet you. >> best morning ever! ♪ good morning. welcome back to "today." it's tuesday. it's may 2. the rain has stopped. a little sticky. a little warm. we have a great crowd out there ready to hear one republic on national concert day. >> that's right.
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how did you do that? it was raining like ten minutes ago. >> how did i make it stop raining? >> blue sky now. >> she's good. >> i think -- >> the two of us, we're beckoning the weather to be better. tomorrow, john melon camp will stop by. he will perform classic hits and new music as well. >> guess who is here on the plaza? bruno mars shows up. did you see him? >> my goodness. >> he does look like him. >> then he asked for a selfie. >> in the crowd. do not forget our summer concert series will kick off one week from today. everybody is dieing for this. we will do it in style with harry styles. he will be here. >> big crowd for that. let's get the top stories of the morning. it's time for your news at 8:00. >> i'm peter alexander at the white house where president trump is schedules to speak with vladimir putin this afternoon.
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it's the third call with the russian president since trump took office. the first since declaring relations between the two countries at an all time low. this call comes with the president under scrutiny for reaching out to some of the world's most brutal leaders with long records of human rights abuses. critics warn mr. trump is giving legitimacy to totalitarian regimes like north korea and its dictator kim jong-un. president trump telling bloomberg he would be honored to meet with kim jong-un. no sitting american president has ever met a north korean leader. in washington, house republicans on a separate topic are looking for votes as they try to take another shot at passing a health care plan. the president creating confusion about a critical provision in the plan guaranteeing people with pre-existing conditions will be covered. one congressman, a longtime trump supporter says he's not going to back the bill because pre-existing conditions are not covered. asked about the likelihood of a
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vote this week, vice-president pence said, stay tuned. ivanka is speaking about juggling her new job and a role as a mom. in a conversation with linda mcman who heads the small business administration, trump admitted her transition to the white house has been more than a little bit challenging. >> chaos at our home. the only thing that could make everything else around me feel calm on a relative basis is walking in my front door. you know, i have actually on a personally thrown balance out the window. i don't strive for it anymore. i don't like to intentionally set myself up for failure. it's not -- it's not -- i did that probably first two years of my daughter's life. i've actually chilled out a bit on this front. >> realistic expectations. trump has three children under the age of 6. said she makes quality time the priority since she doesn't have
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an enormous quantity of time to spend. i think we can all identify with that. >> definitely. >> you can have it all, just not all at once. we have video of a surfer being rescued after spending 32 hours at sea. the crew off the british coast guard helicopter spotted the surfer just before nightfall 13 myles off t miles off the coast of scotland of the he had been reported missing. he was hoisted into the chopper, flown to a hospital where he was treated for hypothermia. officials say the thick wet suit he was wearing was probably what saved his life. >> lucky guy. coming up, they are the rage all across the country with kids. why are schools now banning the fidget spinners? >> where is the fidget spinner all my life? friends of princess diana remember what made her special. first, unusual and edgy, the major fashion statements made
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>> nothing like litigating it on national television. jenna was on the red carpet for us right in the middle of the action. good morning. >> they call it the super bowl of fashion. it's easy to see why. it was a parade of celebrities wearing their monday best. >> kim! how heavy is that dress? >> this is in the front. party in the back. >> do not fall. stand up straight. >> we have a best modelling faces. >> we practices in the car. >> we put the mirror. >> shoutout to "today." thanks for always taking care of me. >> it's the first monday in may. these are the famous steps. >> i have helped with this ee haven't for many years. each year is very different and always about the exhibition. this year we have an exceptional
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designer that we're honoring. i hope you enjoy the show. >> when you hope somebody approves of your outfit, do you care more about what your husband thinks? >> my husband. >> did anna approve of this before? >> what do you think? yes. >> this is not a low maintenance dress. >> i need four people to carry it. >> my dress has a pocket. it's got a slit. it's got sequins. it's got some heart to it. >> i'm happy -- there's serena williams. >> hi, serena. you look beautiful. >> look at that. look at the dress. katy perry. >> it's a mix of people. >> it keeps fashion relevant and keeps people excited. >> first it's really nerve-wracki nerve-wracking. then it's fun. >> today has been more fun than i usually have at events. i'm usually more nervous. >> how many dresses does it take to get to the final one?
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>> i have to tell you, he is a genius. he did -- he sent me two sketches. maybe he did more. they're both gorgeous. this is the one we chose for tonight. >> what's in the canteen? >> rose. >> i love it. >> i have to see your boots. that's beautiful. pant boots. you look beautiful. i love prable. i love that dress. this is a typical monday night for you? >> sure. this is how i dress. this is how i will dress for the news. >> let me guess, your designer is zach posen? >> i love this museum so much. it's really meaningful to be here. >> have a wonderful night. >> you too. >> what are you excited to see? >> i can't wait to see what ray wears. >> your wife? >> she killed it. >> i love this powerful trio of women. >> you know what? so do we. >> it's a who is who of fashion.
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for all the stars in attendance, there was a lot of talk about who wasn't there. no sarah jessica parker, lady gaga or the queen bee. >> they usually all go. >> yes. they are usually some of the highlights. >> my favorite part was you screaming at everybody. serena, i love the dress! >> there were moments where i hid behind the mike. the night was all over social media. the stars sharing fun photos while they got ready. here is kate hudson and stella mccartney. john legend and chrissy teigen. jennifer lopez sharing her and a-rod on the way there. when they walked in, there were gasps. when they walked in, it was a moment. kylie jenner bathroom selfie joining her sisters. paris jackson, sean combs, brie larson and more.
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evidently, the magic is in the bathroom. >> evidently it's unisex. >> did you spend time in the bathroom last year? >> i may have, yes. >> what? >> it's the most unbelievable people watching you do. >> in the bathroom? >> everywhere. everywhere you look is someone really famous. >> even standing on the carpet, i have to say, was unbelievable. it was sensory overload. >> cut somebody else off to talk to somebody else. >> everyone walked by i love how you get into it. >> i shrunk like a wall flower at some point. >> there are people there who do that awful thing where they talk to you and they spot someone more famous over their shoulder. they are gone. >> when i was in the middle of interviewing people they were like,er er iserena. let's trend. start with music. you know lose yourself? i love that song. i'm going to play part of it for you. pay attention to the beat. ♪
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♪ love >> now, listen to this ad from a political race in new zealand. >> the national party's economic management -- >> does that sound familiar? right? he sued them for copy right infringement. the battle went to court on monday. the scene in the courtroom unprecedented because never did we watch serious lawyers listening to music so intently. listen to this and watch. ♪ i love that. >> that is amazing. >> we don't know what the decision is. >> i want to see you -- is that how you listen? >> no. that's one of my karaoke numbers. we don't have time for it. sorry.
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we have the hottest new toy fidget spinners. where have these been all our lives? here is how it works. you spin it. it cost a couple of bucks. have taken over amazon's best seller page for toys. brace yourself. if you haven't heard of it here, you are probably going to hear it from schools. schools are now starting to ban the toy saying they have become a distraction. they were intended originally to help students who have adhd and anxiety. some teachers make exceptions but this is going crazy. >> it could be worse. it could make the noise the rings used to make. >> i forgot about that. >> remember those? >> i do. >> i love those. >> i have been spinning it. it's very comforting. >> it's addictive. i want to show you a magic trick. ready? here it is. hold on. impressive? >> never seen that before. >> anyway, i have something better. a teen named vincent shared a
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trick. tease gone viral. watch. mind blowing. >> watch this guy. >> the illusion. look at that. >> wait for the big finish. that's it. >> he is good. >> he is really -- >> how did he do that last one? >> he pulled his finger off. >> your bones have to be -- >> i think he bent it. >> he practiced. >> almost as good as yours. >> thank you. >> it would have saved me a lot of time pulling the fake penny over and over and over. >> pull my finger bit. so we begin with janet jackson. fans have noticed the website featured a mysterious countdown clock. counting down the hours and minutes until -- we didn't know exactly. the clock ran out revealing a video of janet announcing her state of the world tour. speaking about her newborn son
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and estranged husband. >> i thank god. i thank god for him. he is so healthy, so beautiful, so sweet, so loving. such a happy baby. yes, i separated from my husband. we are in court. the rest is in god's hands. >> now to george clooney. everybody is excited as they are expecting twins. george said he wanted to name his kids after his tequila company which led cindy crawford to give him this, personalized baby gifts. george found another use for them. his business partner shared a photo of george using them as tequila coozies. the beatles is back on your radio. they are launching the channel. all your favorite hits from their entire career and solo career and the artists who inspired them.
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it will launch on thursday may 18th at 9:09. another nod to the beatles. >> a legendary english band. thank you for subscribing. >> do you say coozie or cozy? >> that's what we said a beer cozy. >> final verdict? >> the beatles was the group mccartney was in before. >> i do know the beatles. >> i'm like, janet jackson. >> a check of the weather. >> announcer: today's weather is brought to you by zales, celebrate your lasting love with gifts from zales, the diamond store. since it's the beginning of may, we're going to look at the outlook for may temperatures. it looks like it's above average through the month of may in the southwest. look at this huge area of below average temperatures, possibly significantly below average back
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through the midwest and into the northeast. above average temperatures through florida. as for precipitation, even though it's going to be cooler than average notice middle of the country, precipitation will be down. it looks wet and dreary through may in the northeast and down across the gulf coast. down through texas things are looking near average. we will see above average rainfall through the rockies. gusty winds through the ohio river valley. temperatures on the warm side in the 70s. cooler air is working into the midwest. that will spread into the northeast as we go into tomorrow. >> good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. may getting off to a hot start for the bay area. live look outside at san francisco nothing but sunshine. clear skies. and some mild temperatures. we're already at 65 degrees, 66 degrees in oakland, palo alto and san jose, and livermore now at 63 degrees. mid 70s for parts of the north
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bay heading into the low 90s today. napa and concord will be to 93 degrees, palo alto 89 and 09 in morgan hill while san francisco will be up to 82. heading out the door, you can catch us on radio s se serius radio. scott hamilton paved the way for u.s. male figure skaters. he has had some rough patches in his life. he fought off testicular cancer and two brain tumors. found out a third tumor appeared. he talks about it in a new streaming series. he gets very personal about his life on and off the ice. >> when you see people go through cancer, you think, i could never do that. that seems so horrible. then you are given the cancer diagnosis. the fear is just overwhelming. it's just on you.
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and then at some point it flips and you become really engaged and really strong and courageous. you have a purpose and a clarity of mission. >> scott, good to see you. good morning. >> good to see you. >> i was reading about this last night and this morning. i'm thinking, we have known each other a really long time. >> we had way too much hair. >> i feel like we have done this interview. we have talked about these things. how are you doing? >> great. it's been busy. i just -- when i thought i was done with soccer, it just -- you get promoted. i'm back into soccer. >> you say, i'm doing great. you always say that. >> yeah. >> that is your gift, i think, and your personality. what was the moment like at the diagnosis? we should mention, third tumor -- brain tumor. this one is acting differently. >> it is. first one, blindsided. i had cancer.
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i get a pass. then you get through that. check off the list. second one comes. we get knocked down. i felt like i got hit by a truck. we suffered through that one. this one comes. it's like, just keep an eye on it. see where it goes. we will figure it out. there's new options now. i'm weighing those. it was coming up with the right decision on when it's time to treat. >> when you say keep an eye on it -- this one did actually shrink some on its own. >> yes. >> how do the doctors explain that? >> god. >> is it that simple? >> it was that simple. there was two ways of looking at it. when this happened, i'm going to keep an eye on it. i'm going to get strong and i'm going to get strong in body and faith, strong in nutrition, strong in every possible way i can be strong. i'm just going to -- when i need to be taken care of this thing, i will.
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first scan after the initial diagnosis was, it hasn't grown. that's the best news possible. then a few months later i go back and they go, it shrank. i said, how is that possible? they go, it's not. so when you are the benefit -- when you have the benefit of really having a miracle happen in your life, it's powerful. >> the series you share a lot of this. it started out as a single interview. they posted it online and 25 million people went -- >> it's up to 30. >> sorry. 30 million people went to see it. is it gratifying, heartwarming, surprising? what is your reaction? >> i felt like i was being obedient. i did this video and for whatever reason, there was interest in what i had to say. i felt like if i could minister to people, if i could help people, share with people and allow them to feel what i feel at peace during difficult times and really just share kind the
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abundance of joy that's my life, that was the right thing to do. when people came to me and said, would you do this, i was like, i'm not doing a reality show. it's not. the crew showed up. when i tell you the last day of shooting, i miss these guys. they were the greatest people to work with. when you have something that intrusive that wasn't, it's kind -- >> how did the kids feel about it y it? you are a public person. how did they feel? >> it's obvious in the series. my redhead max, he wanted to be there all the time. >> he has a little of his dad in him? >> the other kids were like, i'm going to hang out in my room. >> a little time left. for all the time i have known you, through all of these health battles, i never heard you say why me. never. i have never heard you say that. how do you get away with that? >> it's just been the condition of my life. it's been something that's -- every single time i have gotten
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knocked down and that i have gotten up, there's something great on the other side. that's part of the deal is you have to be able to participate in that. you get knocked down. something bad happens. you have to be ready for the great things that happen just by deciding that it's going to be that way. >> i was going to say, you ask why me, why all these challenges? i know there have been a lot of blessings as well. >> tons. >> be well my friend. stay thirsty, my friend. the first two episodes of scott hamilton today are screaming now on people entertainment weekly network. a live concert from one republic out on the plaza. first, your local news. i )m ...
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vo a suspicious overnight fire destroyes a snack shack at following up on a story we have within covered all morning. a fire at a snack shack. the fire started about 2:30 this morning. a firefighter tells nbc bay area it seems the fire started at the base of the door outside and that's why they are considering this a suspicious fire. investigation continues right now. we are also learning someone broke into the structure last week. snack shacks are a key source of revenue to support athletic programs and we will bring you updates on the story. mike inouye tracking problems for cal transriders. >> we have delays up and down the peninsula. before there were signal problems for northbound trains.
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and then southbound a train broke down with electrical problems. we have a systemwide delay as a result of both of those issues. around the bay we are showing drives slow for westbound 580 and northbound 808. through oakland things lighten up towards the bay bridge and in the south bay, recovery, northbound 101 an earlier crash that caused a huge backup. we saw the clearing and now the jam towards sunnyvale and 85 experiencing delays. back to you. >> thank you, mike. arochate that. 30 minutes.
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♪ ♪ we're back, now, 8:30 on a tuesday morning. it's the second of may. and it's turning out to be a beautiful morning here in new york. we're about to be treated to a live concert. and the guys from one republic. >> we're so excited about that. of course, they've been dominating the charts for a decade with hit after hit, like this one. we all know this one. that's "apologize." >> i'll see you "apologize" and i'll race you a 2008 hit, "stop and stare." >> okay. let's round things out with "one more." take a listen. >> oh, yeah. >> i love that one. >> one of the songs of the
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summer back in 2014. >> i love the fact we're talking like they're not standing right over our shoulder. >> you guys like those songs, too? >> some of them we like more than others. but we like most of them. >> anyway, all that's up to a concert coming up in just a moment. but first, dylan, the weather. >> i don't get to say a song? >> no. >> i will stick to the weather. look at what's going on across the country. we see scattered showers into the northeast. but we are looking for pretty pleasant temperatures and conditions back through the midwest. we do still have residual flooding because of residual rain we've seen. desert heat in the southwest. spotty showers in the northwest. another round of severe storms possible. this time, through the st. louis area and also down along the gulf coast. heavy rain, also some large hail and damaging winds are possible in the northeast. it does cool down back into the 60s. now here's a peek out your
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window. >> good morning. i'm metqjujjt)áu kari hall. a warm day in san francisco. expect a high of 82 degrees. and a little bit cooler tomorrow. 76 degrees. our temperatures continue to cool as we go through the rest of the week. and by the weekend, expect the high of only 61 degrees on sunday. a more clouds and a chance of spotty showers moving in. it will be hot today and tomorrow up to 92 degrees. and then our temperatures come back to more seasonably temperatures even getting a lot cooler in time for sunday. rain a minute ago. but it's gotten nice out. what time did you get out here? >> 4:30. >> but wasn't raining then? >> it wasn't. >> and now we're starting to dry out. the perfect day for a concert. matt? >> all right, dylan. thank you very much. we're launching a new series, diana 20 years later, all about the princess. >> keir simmons is at kensington palace this morning. keir, good morning. >> reporter: savannah, good morning.
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we're going to show some of the earliest pictures of diana. some of the earliest interviews. she lived here through the joy and the drama with charles and then without him. right up until her own timely death 20 years ago. kensington palace where william, kate and harry now live. you're going to see a side of their mom you rarely see. the shy girl that went on to change the royal family. ♪ like many little girls, this one, perhaps, dreamt of being a princess one day. diana spencer, striking a ballet pose in this rare picture on the walls of her stately home. where she grew up with her three siblings. her brother, charles, recalls fun times. and how she used to console him at school, scarred after their parents' bitter marriage
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breakup. chosen by the royal family to marry britain's much older future king, prince charles, who was 12 years her senior. diana met her prince in her teens. >> we met. >> i remember thinking what a very jolly and amusing and attractive 16-year-old she was. and i mean, great fun. i don't know what you thought of me. >> pretty amazing. >> reporter: when she worked as an assistant in the london kindergarten, that the world first took notice of shy di. this famous shot of diane taken before the engagement was announced. >> the sun came out. and we got this amazing silhouette picture of her beautiful legs. >> yes. >> which she was horrified by. >> she was. i didn't do it to embarrass her. but it was such a good picture. you couldn't help put publish
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it. >> reporter: catapulted from kindergarten assistant, into the spotlight, to become, perhaps, the world's most photographed woman, a royal icon. the teenager who would one day transform the royal family, lived in this ordinary london street. she was an aristocrat, but not a royal. and first, her life had to change. in a big way. ♪ the paparazzi starting to follow her every move. fending for herself, lessons that led to more protection for kate middleton, decades later. >> a sapphire diamond. >> showing off her famous sapphire engagement ring. later to decorate the hand of the daughter-in-law she would never meet. the 19-year-old set out to marry her dream prince. >> that's what i wanted. what i want. >> reporter: charles, already concerned about the media focus. >> the last six months, you're getting used to it? >> just. >> i think she knew that run of the gauntlet every day of the
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media was getting ready for the job. >> reporter: that media relationship would take over her life. >> my life will be a great challenge. >> reporter: and in the end, many believe, contributed to her early death. the shy girl, who loved frilly colors, started to experiment with more daring styles. and went on to become a global fashion idol. >> i think about her laughter. sherns her sense of humor. shy di, the woman who hid behind her fringe, who never spoke in public and gradually gained this incredible confidence, unfazed by the worldwide popularity she had. >> reporter: and always ready to take risks that iconic short haircut, for instance. she said to me, what would you do with my hair if i gave you free rein? i would cut it off really short and start again. do you want to do it now? which i did. i worked with her for seven years after that.
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>> reporter: her bodyguard ken wharfe, remembers a surprised bash to venice. >> we arrived in venice, in this storm. and sort of literally danced across marx square. >> reporter: returning, that dancing girl, from all those years ago. a source of solace, on more than one occasion, when the going got tough. and it did get tough. we'll learn about that through the week. but when you think about that story, you think about kate. you think about harry and meghan markle and whether they will tie the knot. and what diana taught us, it didn't easy to marry a prince. and in the years to come, we would learn how extraordinary she was. >> keir simmons, thank you very much. straight ahead, it is finally concert time. one republic live on our citi stage. first, this is "today" on nbc. ♪
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♪ the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. >> one republic has been making music together for ten years. in honor of live nation's national concert day, we're being treated to a special citi concert performance by the band. and performing their chart-topping hit, "counting stars," here is one republic. ♪ lady, i've been losing sleep dreaming about the things we could be ♪ ♪ baby i've been ♪ i've been praying hard ♪ instead of counting dollars we'll be counting stars ♪ ♪ yeah, we'll be counting stars ♪
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♪ ♪ i see this life like a swinging vine ♪ ♪ swing my heart across the line ♪ ♪ in my face is flashing signs ♪ seek it out and ye shall find ♪ ♪ old, but i'm not old ♪ young, but i'm not that bold ♪ i don't think the world is sold ♪ ♪ just doing what we're told i feel something so right ♪ ♪ doing the wrong thing i feel something so wrong ♪ ♪ doing the right thing ♪ i could lie could lie could lie ♪ ♪ everything that kills me makes me feel alive ♪ ♪ lately i've been losing sleep ♪ ♪ dreaming about the things that
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we could be ♪ ♪ baby, i've been, i've been praying hard ♪ ♪ said no more counting dollars we'll be counting stars ♪ ♪ lately, i've been i've been losing sleep ♪ ♪ dreaming about the things that we could be ♪ ♪ baby, i've been i've been praying hard ♪ ♪ said no more counting dollars ♪ ♪ we'll be counting stars ♪ oh, yeah ♪ i feel your love and i feel it burn ♪ ♪ down this river every turn ♪ i hope it is our four-letter world ♪ make that money ♪ old, but i'm not that old ♪ young, but i'm not that bold ♪ i don't think the world is sold, just doing what we're told ♪ ♪ i feel something so wrong doing the right thing ♪ ♪ could lie could lie could lie ♪
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♪ everything that drowns me makes me want to fly ♪ ♪ lady i've been losing sleep ♪ dreaming about the things that we could be ♪ ♪ baby, i've been, i've been praying hard ♪ ♪ said no more counting dollars ♪ ♪ we'll be counting stars lately i've been, i've been losing sleep ♪ ♪ dreaming about the things we could be ♪ ♪ and baby, i've been praying hard ♪ ♪ no more counting dollars we'll be counting stars ♪ ♪ take that money watch it burn ♪ ♪ take that money watch it burn ♪ ♪ take that money watch it burn ♪ ♪ take that money watch it burn ♪ ♪ i've been losing sleep dreaming about the things we could be ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you.
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>> one republic just getting started. if you want to listen to shows included in live nation's deals, go to we're back in a minute. this is "today" on nbc. hey allergy muddlers are you one sneeze away from being voted out of the carpool? try zyrtec® it's starts working hard at hour one and works twice as hard when you take it again the next day. stick with zyrtec® and muddle no more®.
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and welcome back to "today" and our citi concert stage. we're happy to have the guys from one republic entertaining us. >> they're spread out, ryan, eddie, brent, andrew and zachary. good morning, guys. >> good morning, guys. >> let's talk about what we were talking about. savannah and hoda saying you smell good. >> the fragrance is critical. >> what is it? >> it's called creed. >> creed? >> it's working. >> i can't tell you the actual scent, but it's made by creed. if i tell you the scent, my wife will kill me. >> it's working, apparently. >> we see a lot of singers.
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they don't all smell good. >> you're heading out on tour. you have some music for us. >> i'm ready. i'm stoked. i'm doing pilates. ready to go. >> ladies and gentlemen, one republic. >> ladies and gentlemen, one republic. ♪ i used to leave the doors unlocked and leave the lights on ♪ ♪ i used to stay awake just counting all night long ♪ ♪ i had so many empty rooms inside the shadow ♪ ♪ oh, yeah ♪ i'm going to share this space with people that i don't know ♪ ♪ treat them pictures and let the shallow ♪ ♪ i have to many empty rooms inside the shadow ♪ ♪ ever since i met you no legacy ♪ ♪ because of you there's no
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vacancy ♪ ♪ no empty rooms got no vacancy ♪ ♪ ever since i met you no vacancy ♪ ♪ because of you ever since i met you ♪ ♪ no ♪ the rooms are empty since i met you no ♪ ♪ no, they can't see ooh ooh ooh ♪ no they don't see ♪ used to felt so damn empty ever since i met you no vacancy ♪ ♪ used to be that i felt so damn empty ♪ ♪ ever since i met you, no vacancy ♪ ooh ooh ooh ooh ♪ no vacancy, no vacancy ♪ i used to be the type to never take a chance, oh ♪ ♪ had to many walls you'd think
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i was a castle ♪ ♪ i spent so many empty nights with faces i don't know ♪ ♪ but ever since i met you no vacancy because of you ♪ ♪ there's no vacancy no empty rooms ♪ ♪ got no vacancy ever since i met you ♪ ♪ no vacancy because of you ♪ used to be that i felt so damn empty ever since i met you ♪ ♪ no vacancy used to be that i felt so damn empty ♪ ♪ ever since i met you no vacancy ♪ ♪ ooh ooh ooh ooh ♪ no vacancy ♪ no vacancy ♪ oh, yeah >> come on. yeah. ♪ oh, yeah
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>> come on. yeah. ♪ oh, yeah ♪ when i fell, i fell, i fell no vacancy ♪ ♪ used to be i that felt so damn empty ♪ ♪ ever since i met you no vacancy ♪ ♪ used to be that i felt so damn empty ♪ ♪ ever since i met you no vacancy ♪ ♪ ooh, ooh, ooh no vacancy ♪ ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh no vacancy ♪ ♪ oh, yeah ♪ come on, come on oh, yeah ♪ say, no vacancy ♪ no vacancy no vacancy ♪ oh [ cheers and applause ] >> thank you, guys. >> music from one republic and all of our "today" concert
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artists at one republic has another song to go. first this, is "today" on nbc. ♪ in the middle of a storm destiny struck. did may imagine april showers bringing her fashionable, flowers at such a sunny price? never but that's the beauty of a store full of surprises. you never know what you're gonna find, but you know you're gonna love it.
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♪ welcome back, everyone. ready for more one republic? [ cheers and applause ] guys, take it away.
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♪ this is going to be a good life ♪ ♪ this is going to be a good life ♪ ♪ this could really be a good life ♪ ♪ a good life got this feeling that you came by ♪ ♪ that the city is on fire tonight ♪ ♪ this is going to be a good life ♪ ♪ good, good life ♪ oh, ooh, oh, ooh ♪ my friends in new york say hello ♪ ♪ my friends in l.a. they don't know ♪ ♪ but i've been from the past few years to the "today" show ♪ ♪ we forgot the stories please tell me what's there to complain
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about ♪ ♪ when you're happy like a fool ♪ ♪ let it take you over everything is out ♪ ♪ you gotta take it in ♪ this is going to be a good life this is going to be a good life ♪ ♪ this is could really be a good life, good life ♪ ♪ this got this feeling that you can't fight ♪ ♪ like this city is on fire tonight ♪ ♪ this is gonna be a good life ♪ a good, good life ♪ yeah ♪ good, good life ♪ good, good life ♪ yeah ♪ hopelessly i feel like there might be something that i'll
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miss ♪ hopelessly i feel like the window closes oh, so quick ♪ ♪ hopelessly i'm taking a mental picture of you now ♪ ♪ because hopelessly the hope is we have so much to feel good about ♪ ♪ and we said this is got to be a good life ♪ ♪ this has got to be a good life ♪ ♪ this has got to be a good life, good life ♪ ♪ got this feeling that you can't fight ♪ ♪ like this city is on fire tonight ♪ ♪ this is going to be a good life ♪ ♪ a good, good life ♪ oh, yeah ♪ good, good life this good, good life ♪ ♪ oh, ooh oh, ooh ♪ good, good life ♪ my friends in new york i say hello ♪ ♪ my friends in l.a. they don't know ♪ ♪ where i've been the past few
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years or so, paris to china to colorado ♪ ♪ sometimes there's airplanes that i can't jump out ♪ ♪ sometimes there's i don't work out ♪ ♪ we got our stories but please tell me ♪ ♪ what's there to complain about ♪ ♪ it's a good, good life it's a good, good life ♪ ♪ it's a good, good life [ cheers and applause ]i )m ... ==topvo== after several months of testimony, closing arguments will begin today in the sierra lamar murder case--- in fact, court resumes in about 10 minuin is. good tauesday morning. closing arguments begin in the sierra lamar murder case. court resumes in ten minutes in san jose. 13-week long trial wrapped up dwreds and the suspect anthony garcia torres did not testify. prosecutors say he took lamar against her will and killed her as she headed to school. the defense points out her body
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was never found. if convicted garcia torres faces the death penalty. happening in oakland, the man accused of killing seven people during the university shooting is set to appear in court for a prehearing that's going on right now. this is a continuation of a hearing last week. he was found mentally competent to stand trial. the contra costa supervisor expected to vote on a plan to allow residents to choose their source of energy. the so-called community choice energy plan would let people get electricity from sources other than pg&e. this would open the path to what they say would be cheaper and cleaner options. the city of san jose is pursuing a similar plan and will vote on that later this month. that with will do it for us. more news coming up in just 30 minutes. now become to the "today" show.
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this morning on "today's take," they have all the right moves. one republic in concert. jenna bush hager hits the met gala to give us the glitz, glamour and fashions. and we ask the medical questions you're too embarrassed to ask. all that and more, coming up now. >> from nbc news, this is "today's take." live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> awesome crowd outside. the 2nd day of may, 2017. i'm sheinelle with dylan. al on assignment this morning. you're listening to "love runs out." they can't run out of songs. >> i love them all. >> they took over the stage this morning for a concert.
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we're going to hear another one of their hits later this morning. good morning to you guys. >> good morning. >> i'm surprised you're still awake. >> i'm still awake. >> what time did you get home? >> i didn't stay, y'all. it was funny. my cousin walked the red carpet. hey. you want to "today" show. >> did you say it like that? >> sometimes. >> you know what, though? >> sometimes, you were in the thick of it. >> i was in the thick of it. >> what was it like? >> it was awesome. we forget this is about the met. it is a fund-raiser that raises tons of money for the met. and last night, they were celebrating a label from japan. >> very eccentric label. >> and the theme was ambiguous. and anna wintour would say, it's the art of in between. >> what does that mean? if you had that on your invitation, how do you dress for the art -- >> summer casual. >> summer casual. >> our friday casual. i was like, should i wear mom
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jeans? that's very between. you know what i'm saying? i think everybody just dressed really beautifully. some people definitely went with, were based off of the designer. and went with architectural things. but a lot of people wore dresses that they loved. >> what was some of your favorites? >> seeing some people in person was crazy. madonna. she was drinking rose. >> what did she call it? >> summer water. i'm like, you should come and talk with kathie lee. she knows it's summer water, too. and then, i loved seeing serena williams. and i have to say, when j. lo and a. rod walked in, there was a gasp. >> really? to see them together or they were so beautiful? >> are they stupidly beautiful in person? >> yeah. they look -- >> i look at the camera like that sometimes. >> yes. >> let me see it, dylan.
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>> is that what e call "zoolander"? >> are you confused? do you have a mirror face? >> do you have one? >> i have a mirror face. and it takes after my mom. >> you mean, when you're looking in the mere center. >> when i put on mascara. you open your mouth. and my mom will catch me looking at myself. and is like -- >> she really does that when you're out and about. >> and walking the red carpet. do you want to take pictures. >> no. i'll i'd back here and yell at other people. chopra and ralph lauren, it was a trench coat dress and a huge train. i asked her how they dance. >> do they dance? >> there's music. >> do they sit down in the dresses? >> yes. but this skirt -- how do you
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dance? >> you asked. >> you lose the bottom. >> she takes off the bottom. >> it comes off, like a train. >> being wrapped -- i have never -- that look is very sexy, to be in a coat. i've never tried it. i've never tried it. >> most of us haven't. >> i thought, maybe i will try that sometime as a dress, it's so comfortable. and she looked beautiful. and it was a moment. the met gala is about avant-garde fashion, that none of us can pull off. >> wearable art. >> it liked like it. and it looked supercomfortable that i'm in for. >> you can be fashionable but not have to -- >> you know a strapless, you pull it up. let it go. >> i loved, i thought blake lively was beautiful. she had a gold gown with blue feathers. >> she is stunning. >> there were feathers all over the red carpet. i was thinking, should i pick one up? should i pick up a feather and bring it home to y'all?
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>> why didn't you pick one up? >> i thought that was on the edge of stalking. >> really? >> picking up somebody's old part of their dress that was -- >> i think so. >> you go to a concert and you throw the towel. >> did you keep it? >> there was one guy. >> did you frame that sweaty towel? >> sometimes, yeah. >> the guitar pick that they throw out. >> something else, i wonder. j. lo, a blue valentino gown. do they have a bunch of people that try to make it perfect? >> yeah. and katy perry. they have stylists that are helping to get everything right. and it's -- because some of the major trains, they need it. >> you need somebody to -- >> a maid of honor. >> katy perry had a dramatic march. and hers had a crazy train, too. hers was artistic. >> it was in the red.
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>> it liked like a museum piece. >> i like gigi hadid's tommy hilfiger. she is gorgeous. nice little mix of both. >> she is so beautiful. >> do you call them over and hope they come over? >> it's sort of embarrassing, i have to say. i have been that person and been humiliated. like barbara and i are like -- >> madonna, it's the today show. >> jenna bush. >> y'all. >> if sheinelle or i were -- they could keep walking. >> i don't know why i said tootie of all people. >> embarrassing. >> tootie from "facts of life". >> i can't think of who else i look like? i'm tootie. >> "the facts of life". >> you remember that show? >> i liked that show.
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>> it is embarrassing to yell out for people on the red carpet. and there were times when i just shrunk away. >> why? >> people keep walking. >> hey, reese, we're good friends. stoma stop, it's me, jenna. she's like -- >> not to mention, you feel pressure to come back with the goods. people don't understand. you want to come back -- >> you did come back with the goods. >> i came back with some humiliation and some sweat. but it was fun. >> could have had a feather. >> i'm sorry i didn't bring you a feather. >> for you. for your own personal -- >> to put in a strange scrapbook of stalking? >> when you put it that way, that's true. fine. who else did you like? >> i liked riley keough. she is elvis' great granddaughter. look at that dress. i skim through the pictures. ooh, i like that one. and russian supermodel, natasha
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pauley. >> she talked by. have you ever worn an outfit like that? this is what we call an most people a muffin top. i wouldn't want to highlight this area of me. this is an area -- >> this part of your dress and rock it. >> no, it's not. >> imagine we were sitting here with everything -- >> you don't sit in a dress like that. >> she sat in it. >> she can. >> wearing cutouts to the met gala. it was incredible. >> next time i will bring you back a bead or a sequins. >> now, i'm look at my dress all wrinkly. >> whatever. >> i spent my time this morning when we were prepping for this information, jimmy kimmel. he had an emotional monologue last night. he opened up this show about his newborn son, billy. in the hours after his son's
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birth, he found out he had a heart deflect. here's what happened. he talked about the terrifying hours after birth that ultimately led to a happy ending. we should say that. take a listen. >> my wife, molly, gave birth to a boy. a baby boy. his name is william john kimmel. [ cheers and applause ] thank you very much. we call him billy. it was an easy delivery. six pushes, he was out. he appeared to be a normal, healthy baby. it's a terrifying thing. you know, my wife is back in the recovery room. she has no idea what's going on. and i'm standing in the middle of a lot of very worried looking people, kind of like right now. who were trying to figure out what the problem was. and found out that billy was born with a heart disease.
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he opened the valve and the operation was a success. the longest three hours of my life. this poor kid, which is what he looked like on monday. he's doing great. he's eating. he's sleeping. he pea epeeed on his mother whe was changing the diaper. >> it was beautiful. he infused humor. >> all of us are moms. and, dylan, you're a new mom. that moment when you come out of delivery and this child, all you care about, really, is the health. can you imagine, hearing that type of news? >> it was interesting because he said, they were doing the wellness checks hours after birth. and a doctor noticed that something wasn't right. or a nurse noticed it. they take him back. and there's a moment when you realize, something is wrong, when more doctors start coming in. and you can feel that energy. and all of us, you hear him
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talkitalk i you are holding your breath. and kudos to him. he thanked the nurses. he thanked the doctors. he named them by name. and i think if you've ever been in the hospital or had a loved one in the hospital, you know nurses make the world go around. nurses don't get a lot of credit. overnight. those people, so, i just like the way he handled it. it was beautiful. we wish him the best. >> happy to hear the surgery was a success for their family. >> great it was discovered so early. >> kudos to that nurse. your a golfer. you can handle this one. this is a video that will put a smile on your face. check out this golfer in spring, texas. he made a shot into the water. an he falls right there. sheinelle, for those that don't play golf. do you play golf? >> no. my dad loves golf.
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cookies. they brought us some cookies. >> they were these. a good look. >> they were double-stuffed. an i don't like the filling. >> i don't know anybody that eats oreos and doesn't like the filling. >> do you want the filling? it's like the feather. >> i had some of dylan's cookie. >> put it on your scrapbook. >> my mom save -- a little of my cord. i should not have started that conversation. >> she put it -- >> you have calvin's? >> what do you do with it? >> i's in a box. >> am i the only one -- >> your mother didn't love you. >> my mom didn't want -- >> at my baby shower, my mother-in-law gave me a piece of brian's hair from when he was a baby. >> i had that, too. henry's mom gave me a note that
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henry wrote with his hair clipped to it. and his tooth. >> and sol of his fingernails. >> she did give me teeth. i have a little container of his teeth. >> i'm making stuff up. do you get tired at 3:00 p.m.? >> yes. >> it's the 3:00 p.m. slump. and everybody has it, right? what's the best way to boost your energy? >> i would say coffee. i don't drink coffee. >> i do a little espresso. >> researchers found that just ten minutes of walking up and down stoairs at an easy pace is more likely to have people feel feel energized. >> stairs for ten minutes is tough, though. i walk up the stairs coming to the studio and i'm winded. >> do you know that savannah and i work out at 3:00 p.m. >> do you sleep well at night? >> like a baby. >> they say if you work out, it will help your energy. it's counterintuitive, but it work. >> a new study in "the journal
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of sociology and behavior." it was a small study. >> and let us know. i'm interested about your take on this one. michelle obama revealed how m i malia and sasha said good-bye with pizza and nuggets. >> are you going to ask? >> how was your last night? we spent it with each other. and we had them, the people that worked there -- cute, freshman 15 picture. thank you for all that. we had them cook our favorite things, which was tacos. my sister and i slept in the same bed. it was fun. >> now, we're out of time. >> too bad. look at that. >> last night in the white house. >> dylan, what was it like for you? you don't have one? >> maybe one day. probably not. how is the weather? >> there's a billboard coming.
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>> "today's weather" is brought to you by kay jewelers. for 100 years, every kiss begins with kay. good morning.rd was so i'm meteorologist kari hall. it will be another warm. in san francisco, we're up to 82 degrees. a little bit of a breeze tomorrow will bring down those temperatures at least along the coastline. temperatures continue to drop for the rest of the week. for the inland areas, we have today and tomorrow with highs reaching into the 90s. then it will be cooling down after that on thursday but we are still up to 86 degrees. friday looks nice, 72 degrees. this weekend we'll be in the 60s with a slight chance of showers. >> that's your latest forecast. coming up next, did you know there's a right way to blow your nose? and what causes excessive sweating? >> we'll ask for you seek audience.
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it's time to answer this. let's face it. we've all occasionally wondered, why am i sweating so much? or am i blowing my nose too hard? >> here to provide this morning's answers is dr. natalie aczar. >> good morning. >> every one of the medical questions, we are guilty of. let's start with blowing your nose. >> you demonstrated for us, right? and there were a few things about your nose blowing that were incorrect, jenna. >> okay. >> first and foremost, lots of pressure is jean ragenerated wh you blow your nose. the issue is this. when your nose feels stuffed up, it's partly from mucous. so, blowing your nose is not necessarily the way to drain. >> how do you do it correctly? >> one, to use a nasal -- like a
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saline splits. you listen things up. do one nostril at a time. >> with a kleenex? >> and some of the mucous can go back in the sinuses and -- >> i come from a family of loud nose blowers. there's nothing better. >> if you hear cracking in your years, you did it too hard. >> talk about sweating. i'll run two miles. and you sit -- >> we admitted that we have some sweat issues. >> it's crazy. >> excess sweating is hyperhydrosis. you have it if you notice on your palms and your souls. a lot of times, you find a family history of people having excessive sweating. sometimes food and medications can cause it, as well as underlying medical conditions.
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problem with your adrenal gland and your thyroid. you can use antiperspirant. everywhere on your body. >> on your face? >> around your hairline, yes. and dermatologists are the first line to see for something like this. stomach growling. >> when you had a large meal. and people everywhere can hear that. >> you need three things to have your stomach growl. you need to have the muscles of the intestine moving the food through. and liquid. and you need to have gas, the air that you swallow, as well as bacteria that are fermenting. it's excessive. obviously, see your doc if you're concerned. >> or don't have that extra burrito. >> in 15, 20 seconds, can you say why the women are colder? >> women keep the core temperature are warmer than the extremities.
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imposed new restrictions yesterday with the goal being to protect undocumented immigrants with minor violations. the jail is going to continue to provide i.c.e. with information about violent felons. the sheriff took that action at the urging of the county's independent law enforcement auditor. the temperature spike that we've seen the last couple days is going to continue in to your tuesday. kari hall a look as your weather right after this break. . weather toss to traffic
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traffic good tuesday morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. it feels nice and comfortable out there. with all of this sunshine, we're at 78 degrees in san jose. 72 already in the north bay. san francisco 64 degrees. it is going to be another hot day, even hotter than yesterday. up to 92 in the tri-valley. 90 in the south bay. the peninsula 89 degrees and the east bay, expect a high of 85. while san francisco today will be up to 82. let's get a look at the roadways now with mike. >> things are looking good south
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of the san mateo bridge. that's where we still some of the slowing continuing. northbound routes on this map, 87 and 10 in particular still have the majority of the slowing. in fact the most slowing right where they meet right by san jose airport. we'll show you the live camera. southbound 880 really jammed up. you see it. still bogs down into fremont and down into milpitas, passing tesla. no crashes, just a slow drive. most of the folks now moving west across toward 237. >> that does not look so pleasant. that's going to do it for us. we'll be back with more news in 30 minutes.
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get our hearts racing. i stole jenna's seat. she was supposed to sit here. but for seven years he took us on an emotional rollercoaster on "sons of an as anarchy." >> he play s arthur, before he realizes he is destined to take the throne. >> it's good. >> you have the wrong man, sire. i was born in a brothel, on a bridge. >> the sword can only be drawn by dragon or his direct heir. you felt it, didn't you? the power. that's what put outout. you just don't know how to
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control it. >> charlie, good morning. >> oh. what's going to happen next? yeah. we were into it. >> i was trying to explain to my friends, it's so good. i'm a person, i like "my best friend's wedding." i thought, let's check on arthur. it is so good. >> it's fun, right? >> just jams. >> how would you explain it to someone? i couldn't. it's so good. why, sheinelle? >> i don't know. >> the people that are familiar with guy ritchie's work will get it. when i heard the one-line pitch of guy ritchie's king arthur, it made sense. it's fun and irreverent and cool. there's a lot of heart at the center of it. >> we read there was a lot of fun on set, too. and you credit that to guy. >> i tend to be too earnest and serious. >> you do? >> getting to live my dreams.
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i take the work very, very seriously. and guy recognized i have a tendency to be too serious sometimes. the central mandate for me was we have to have fun and make each other laugh every day. >> it is fun to see you guys joking around in character. in the costumes. >> as king arthur. >> what were some of the training involved going into the fight scenes? did you have sword expertise? >> i didn't going into it. other than like every kid, in my backyard, trying to fight with my big brother. a lot of swoord trard training. not only to learn the choreography. but to make sure mistakes don't happen on set. i've done a lot of itting on sets. and i've broken a couple of noses in my career. i've given out back eyes. that's bad when it happens. we can laugh about it a week later. if you -- yeah. thankfully nothing happened here.
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if an accident happens when you're swordfighting -- >> are they real swords? >> we would have a sword with a blunted edge. but they're heavy swords. and plastic swords. i would break the plastic swords. we ended up graduating to the metal towa aal swords. you make a mistake, it's a big mistake. >> when they told you, this role is going to happen, the 10-year-old boy inside of you going nuts? or is this something you wanted to do? >> it was. when i was circling around what i wanted to do with my life, as a young, young man, as a child, we all dream about what we want to do, when i was 6 or 7. i came obsessed with an adaptation of the legend "excalibur." and i watched it two or three dozen times a year i would watch this film. it was definitely, you know,
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inspired moments of reflection 30 years later, to take stock of this journey i've been on. >> that's so cool. >> you're living out these treatme dreams. >> is it true you got discovered at a shoe shop on christmas eve? >> i did. i already was putting everything i could into the idea of hopefully pulling this career together for myself. and getting to live a life as an actor. learning the theory and the history of film and performing arts. it was christmas eve, 1997. >> did you say, can you fix a shoe? that maybe thought you would be a great actor? >> i would drunk. i would wait until 3:00 p.m. on christmas eve and have a few with my pal. and do our christmas shopping from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
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in that one hour before the shops closed. and my brother and i had the same shoe size. and i was trying on shoes. and dancing around. there was a lady across the room staring at me. being a cheeky young chap, i blew her a kiss and gave her a wink. and just turned out that she was the production manager of the only tv show that shot in about a 200-mile radius of where i lived. so, she brought me in. and they gave me three episodes on that show. and i parlayed that into an agent. and my show had started. being drunk is always the key. and a nice wink. >> "king arthur: legend of the >> "king arthur: legend of the sword" coming up may 4t i was always "the girl with psoriasis."
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adel, do you get their voice in your mind? how do you make it work? >> if i'm not in the room with them, if you're with adele, she's going to outswicig anythii can think of. if i'm trying with a new artist, where are you from? what do you listen to? who do you love? >> how do you decide? this is a side question that i had. how do you come up with a song that's so good. but you guys are on tour yourself. how do you just not want to keep all of the songs for you guys? instead of giving them away. >> probably 80% of the artists that are out there are female. or rappers. i don't do a ton of rap music. i write for a lot of females. the lyrics, if you take an example of like -- if you take an adele record, like "turning tables," it doesn't make sense coming from me. or "remedy," there's certainly songs where the lines are blurred. i'm doing writing sessions with
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artists. and i'll be straight up with somebody. i did a song with ed sheeran a few months ago. and i said i think this song is for us. i'm going to fight you for it. i'm going to win. we'll take it. let's talk about it. yeah. >> you're doing something. explain this to me. most of the time, when you write a bunch of songs, then, you release an album. you're not doing that. >> i'm done with that. >> why? >> we spent -- disappearing for 12 or 18 months to write a record feels antiquated to me. by the time you get to a third or fourth single, that song was written and produced two years ago. it feels dated. we put out a song called "i lived" a few years ago. but the time it came out, the production was two years old. i write something on a monday with a band, i can put it out the next friday. i want to do that. we dropped "no vacancy" three
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weeks ago. a new song. a song with kygo. >> what about an album? do you compile them and put them out there? >> i think it's fluid. for us, if i get to the end of 2017, like right around christmastime, and these ten songs that we've dropped make sense as an album, and we want to give fans something physical, i might find some cool artwork and put it together. i'm not stressed about it. >> you're touring with u2 going out with y'all. >> i like that you said going out with y'all. >> texas, oklahoma. >> y'all. >> y'all, what y'all doing? so -- >> you did that very well. >> i sort of feel like i'm sitting around, you know, at a table, talking with you. i forgot it's on tv. >> if you want me to talk like this, i can stay with you. we're going out with u2, for "the joshua tree" tour. >> i'm coming. i'm bringing these girls along. >> hit me up.
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>> i'm bringing henry and my girls. >> you're on the list. >> on the list. >> oh, y'all. ryan and one republic have another song for us. dylan, what about weather? >> yes. we are going to see -- some nice weather in the northeast today. the skies are clearing out the and we are looking at a couple of spotty showers back through the rockies. that will turn into a good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. it will be a hot day. up to 89 in the peninsula. tri-vall tri-valley, 92. also 92 in the north bay. san francisco a very warm 82 degrees. near record high temperatures today. if you're heading inside to oracle arena tonight, the game will be at 7:30, it will be 72 degrees and dropping back into the mid 60s by the end of the game.
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>> that's your latest forecast. coming up next, one republic performs "apologize" ahh, sir? you the law? we've had some complaints of... is that a fire? there's your payoff, deputy.
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"today" is proudly presented to you by citi. >> here to perform their hit song "apologize," one republic. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i -- holding on your rope ♪ holding on your rope got me ten feet off the ground ♪ ♪ an i'm hearing what you say but i just can't make a sound ♪ ♪ you tell me that you need me then you go and cut me down ♪ ♪ but wait, tell me that you're sorry ♪ ♪ didn't think i'd turn around
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and say ♪ ♪ it's too late to apologize it's too late ♪ ♪ said, it's too late to appa apologize ♪ ♪ it's too late yeah ♪ ♪ take another chance take a fall ♪ ♪ take a shot for you oh, and i need you like a heart ♪ ♪ needs a beat but it's nothing new ♪ ♪ i loved with a fire red ♪ i loved with a fire red now, it's turning blue ♪ ♪ and you say sorry like the angel ♪ ♪ let me think it was you ♪ ♪ but i'm afraid it's too late
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to apologize ♪ ♪ said it's too late to apologize it's too late ♪ ♪ whoa yeah ♪ >> now, y'all can sing if you know it, all right? one, two, three. ♪ i said it's too late to apologize ♪ come on ♪ said it's too late to apologize it's too late ♪ ♪ too late to apologize yeah ♪
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♪ said it's too late to apologize yeah ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ i'm holding on your rope got me ten feet ♪ ♪ ten feet off the ground >> thank you. >> hear more from one republic and all our concert artists at one republic, thank you so much. another song for us in the next hour. but first, this is "today" on nbc. hour. but first, this is "today" on nbc. hey allergy muddlers
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what's coming up with y'all?
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>> oh. continuation of the concert. >> one republic is going to continue singing because they love us. >> scottie hamilton. we adore. cookies and cream cinnamon. >> and banana pudding. i just ate some of that. >> really? you ate our props? >> i did. >> you know that jenna did a great job at the met gala. >> i'm staying around to talk met ball. i think. maybe not. >> all righty. >> first, there's something else. i'm not sure what it is. >> i think it's your local news, dylan. >> and the weather, too. >> that's the best tease ever. >> we miss al.
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temperatures are going to quickly warm up as we go through the day with a lot of sunshine and not much of a wind until this afternoon. in san francisco, expect a high of 82 degrees, and in some spots we may be close to setting some new records. livermore, expecting a high of
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90 there. also a high of 90 in san jose, morgan hill and concord. napa, 93. santa rosa, a high of 92. one more hot day before the cooldown comes. we're looking at the dumbarton bridge but it has been a slower drive westbound for much of the morning. anywhere north of there continuing to clear up, moving slowly through the maze. much more smoothly across the dumbarton bridge. no crashes reported, just a tough drive. the rest of the south bay builds -- clears to san jose. happening now, the new bay bridge bike pass is open seven days a week for riders instead of just on the weekends.
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the new vista point facility on yerba buena island will open in a grand opening ceremony in about 20 minutes. warriors fever spiking in the bay area. golden state play the utah jazz at oracle arena for game one of the series.
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test test. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hello, everybody. it is tuesday, so that means it's booze day tuesday. >> and spanky tuesday. >> oh. >> plmay 2nd, 2017. that's one republic, they're so good. that was "good life." powerhouse band. they rocked up the plaza today. i enjoyed it. i think you're going to be stunned -- >> you liked it? >> i love them. i think they are brilliant. >> he wrote -- he worked on halo


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