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friday. look how light. >> okay. do you need any back ups? >> i do. i want you all to come out. d jo good morning. breaking overnight, tourist boat tragedy. at least 13 people killed after a duck boat capsizes in rough weather on a lake in branson, missouri. >> oh, my god. >> frantic attempts to rescue the passengers. >> anybody that can read me, i need a rope on the bow and one on the side. >> but at least four people still missing this morning. we're live on the scene. path of destruction. >> oh, my. >> a tornado outbreak cuts across the midwest.
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at least 27 twisters in iowa alone. >> this thing just ripped -- ripped through this street. oh, my god. >> more than a dozen people injured a state of emergency declared. and al is tracking a new threat of severe weather today. mr. putin comes to washington. the president already under fire for cozying up to the russian leader invites him to the white house catching even his own head of intelligence off guard. >> vladimir putin -- >> did i hear you? >> yeah. yeah. >> okay. >> yeah. >> but this morning the president also talking tough. >> that doesn't work out, i'll be the worst enemy he's ever had. the worst he's ever had. those stories and plus taking a knee. why the nfl put the controversial new national anthem policy on hold overnight. jackpot weekend. lottery fever building across the nation with more than half a billion dollars now up for grabs. and moment of puth. ♪
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the plaza is packed as pop superstar charlie puth gets ready for one of the biggest concerts of the summer, today, friday, july 20, 2018. >> from nbc news, this is "today" with savannah guthrie and hoda kotb live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >> good morning, everybody. welcome to "today." it is 7:00 a.m. on the west coast. glad to have you with us on a friday morning. >> we want to get to the latest on the deadly duck boat accident in branson, missouri. >> it sank in stormy weather and it was carrying tourists across the lake and today, dive teams are locating more bodies. there's an ongoing search for survivors. in a moment we'll talk to the woman who shot the video of the boat in the final moments, but first catie beck at the scene with the latest. >> reporter: good morning. those dive teams resuming their rescue efforts to try and locate
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those four missing people. there were 31 people aboard that duck boat tour yesterday. as the severe weather rolled in, high winds and choppy waves really making it difficult for that boat to get ashore. now, we want to warn you some of the video we're going to show you may be disturbing for some. >> oh, those poor people. >> reporter: this video shows the final moments before a duck boat packed with tourists went down. two of the amphibious vehicles trying to reach dry land, but only one made it. >> poor, guys, oh, my gosh. >> reporter: severe thunderstorms packing 60 miles an hour winds touring the normally lake into the stormy sea. >> it was some heavy wind and it was having problems through the wind. >> pretty strong winds, heavy rain. >> look at that driver -- >> reporter: the duck boat moves out of sight and then -- >> it's going under. going under. >> we need a water rescue. will be a duck that has capsized.
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we have approximately 30 individuals in the water. >> the waves were six feet tall. >> they were pretty big. >> that for a lake is pretty big. >> jenni carr and her husband jeff were having dinner on a nearby show boat when she started to shoot the terrifying scene on her cell phone when it started. >> i would say within five, ten minutes at the most, all the coast guard was coming. police were there. ambulance, fire trucks. they just kept coming and coming. >> reporter: emergency crews from multiple agencies located the sunken vessel and were able to pull some survivors out of the water. at least 13 people died. some of the victims were children. >> this is a very tough night for us. it's going to be a long night for a lot of people. >> reporter: families of the victims gathering at the town hall overnight. authorities offering the mental health support. >> this is a really tough situation. and it's gut wrenching.
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we wanted to help out in any way possible. >> reporter: ripply entertainment released a statement writing in part, this incident has deeply affected all of us. we will continue to do all we can to assist the families who were involved. and the authorities as they continue with the search and rescue. a rescue and recovery mission that is now continuing once more in the light of day. officials say there were life vests aboard the duck boat and we're told that federal safety investigators will be on the scene today. which hope to learn more from them about what happened here. savannah and hoda? >> thank you. jennie carr reported the final moments of the duck boat. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> so describe where you were. you and your husband were celebrating your 15th anniversary. you were on a boat as well? >> yes. we were on the branson show boat bell. >> so you looked out, over the water.
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i guess did the weather come on that quickly, that storm did it come just like that? >> you could see it approaching, but as we were getting ready to get on the showboat, the water was all choppy and wavy. so i went over to look out the window and as everybody else, and then we looked to our left and that's when we had seen the duck. and then we seen another one coming but the one that sunk it was having trouble. you could tell that it couldn't go very fast. he kept sinking down in the water a little bit. the waves went over the top of it. so i videoed it as much as i could for as long as i could before it went behind the showboat and that's where it sank. i didn't see any of that. >> i understand that someone on your boat, one of the crew members had said, well these kind of boats, these duck boats
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they can withstand this stuff. you know this -- they'll be just fine. is that what you were thinking? >> well, that's what the person had said. but i knew better. just the way that the water was, the trouble it was having. i knew something was going to happen to it. >> as i understand it, some people on the showboat that you were on had to jump in the water to try to help rescue people. it must have been terrifying. >> yeah. first we really didn't realize that it had sunk. and then when they -- all the crew started running and the captain was giving orders to all of the crew to get the life vests and to get out there and help them then everybody kind f of -- we cried a little bit. i went to a window as i was looking out watching and i prayed and i cried. and just really there wasn't nothing you could do. the crew did a really good job
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of trying to get everybody out that they could get out. >> jennie, when you heard about the death toll, when you learned about how tragic this was and realized that you had actually captured that on your phone, what went through you? >> i really don't have any words for it. i mean, it was like i'm sad and i want to help but i can't help. i don't know what to do to help. and it was really sad that i knew some of those people weren't going to get to go home. it'll really sad. really is. >> all right, jennie, thank you. >> you're well? . al, you were looking at the weather at the time. >> it was part of a long lived system stretching through and stretched for more than 500 miles and it came at 7:00 p.m. with strong, straight line winds and a lot of rain and then of
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course we had that tragedy. unfortunately, it's part of that same system that caused all the tornadoes at least 20 or so, 27 or so in iowa. so it was a tough system. >> exactly. that's where we go next. that same system did spawn some terrible tornadoes. iowa really got hit. more than two dozen in that state alone. nbc's ron mott has more on the destruction and the recovery already under way. good morning. >> reporter: hey, there, good morning to you. quite a wild day of weather. you can see this giant cupola that hit the ground and there were no fatalities but at least a dozen were injured. severe thunderstorms racing across the midwest, spawning a series of powerful tornados. >> we have a tornado touchdown. >> one of the strongest twisters cutting a path of destruction across tiny marshalltown, iowa. the tornado ripping roofs off
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homes and businesses, flipping over vehicles like toys. splintering trees around power lines. and even causing a water main to burst. >> oh, my! >> reporter: these residents racing to escape the danger. >> trying to outrun it. oh, my goodness. >> reporter: police going door to door checking on area residents. >> this thing just ripped -- ripped through this street. oh, my god. >> reporter: but tornadoes are not the only severe weather punishing the country. a scorching heat wave is spreading across the south. dallas-ft. worth breaking the record high temperature, hitting 108 degrees. >> it will be hot now from now until who nows when. >> reporter: the national weather service recorded 136 degrees on a sidewalk that heat also fuelling wildfires out west. including oregon where a state of emergency was declared after 160 wildfires spread across the state. more than 50,000 acres have burned, and firefighters are
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desperately fighting to save homes. >> it burns really fast and hot. >> reporter: near yosemite national park, thunderstorms sparking fears they could ignite more fires in an area where thor than 20,000 acres have been lost. now, as you can see there, some people were caught by surprise by this outbreak of tornadoes. literally having to scramble to get out of harm's way. we should tell you, remind you again that no fatalities reported in marshalltown. they have a lot of damage here though. savannah and hoda. al roker is back with the severe weather and the situation out west. what's the latest? >> in fact, we can see a bigger outbreak in this area. we have 39 million people at risk for large hail, damaging winds. a tornado threat greatest from tennessee all the way up into indiana and ohio. now, out west, we've got a big problem with heat. 27 million people at risk. california on into nevada and parts of arizona. temperatures today are going to be scorching, above average temperatures.
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look at some of these. while los angeles is nice and cool, 108 in yuma, 97 in salt lake. denver a high of 95 degrees. tomorrow, vegas is 104. albuquerque, triple digits. records likely next week throughout the southwest and into southern california with temperatures in the 90s, 100s in the north. phoenix triple digits into the middle of next week. guys? >> thank you so much. also this morning the president is speaking out about his relationship with vladimir putin in a new interview with cnbc. this after he revealed he has invited the russian leader to the white house. the announcement shocking even top officials inside the trump administration. we have got in depth coverage this morning. we'll start with kristen welker. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. the president's invitation to putin is trademark trump. digging in, even when he's under fire on all sides. in this case the president making it clear he's standing by
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his strategy of trying to improve relations with russia. despite harsh criticism of his first summit with the russian leader. but will the high stakes gamble work? this morning, president trump is extending an open hand to russian president vladimir putin inviting him to the white house this fall for a second summit. while also issuing a stern warning in a new interview this morning with cnbc. >> getting along with president putin, getting along with russia is a positive, not a negative. now, with that being said, if that doesn't work out, i'll bo the worst enemy he's ever had. the worst he's ever had. >> reporter: the president also lashing out at his predecessor. >> look at all of the things that i've done. obama didn't do it. obama was a patsy for russia. he was a total patsy. >> reporter: defending his controversial first summit with putin, amid criticism he was too conciliatory. >> i mean, i had these -- some of these fools from the media saying why didn't you stand
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there, look him in the face, walk over to him and start shouting at him. i said, are these people crazy? i want to make a deal. i want to make a deal. you can't do that. >> reporter: but in a remarkable moment his own top intelligence director dan coats was caught off guard when asked by nbc's andrea mitchell about the new putin invitation announced by the white house on twitter. >> we have some breaking news. the white house has announced on twitter that vladimir putin is coming to the white house in the fall. >> say that again. okay. >> yeah. >> that's going to be special. >> reporter: the senate's top democrat schumer blasting the president saying in a statement, until we know what happened at that two hour meeting in helsinki, the president should have no more one-on-one interactions with putin. it comes as the president has spent the past week under fire for his handling of the russia's
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summit. earlier this week, mr. trump forced to clarify he holds russia responsible for meddling and in the most recent reversal the white house announcing that the president disagrees with an offer that would have allowed russia to question u.s. officials in exchange for putin making those 12 russian intelligence officers recently indicted available for questioning by the u.s. >> the resolution is agreed to. >> reporter: but on thursday the senate rejected that proposal in a rare rebuke. voting 98-0 to oppose allowing u.s. officials to be interrogated by russia. >> and kristen, are we learning about what the businesses of the summit that would happen in the fall, right before the midterms i might add. >> well, russia weighed in. the ambassador to if u.s. saying they have been open to the possibility of a follow-up summit and are ready for discussions. as for the agenda this morning a senior administration official said that the second meeting will address national security
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concerns including an end to russian meddling. nuclear proliferation, north korea, iran and syria. when director coats was asked about the agenda, he said he won't be focused on that but instead looking at the potential intelligence risks and making sure the president knows exactly what they are. savannah and hoda? >> kristen welker, thank you. let's bring in nbc's andrea mitchell who as you saw in the extraordinary moment broke the news about a second putin summit to director coats. >> good morning. well, the shock waves from the president's shifting comments about vladimir putin have rattled his intelligence advisers and that led to the rare rebuke from the head of the national intelligence. director of national intelligence dan coats disagreeing with his boss' comments in helsinki. siding with vladimir putin over his own top intelligence official. >> i believe i needed to correct the record for that. this is the job i signed up for.
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>> great to be with you. >> reporter: and saying that president trump should not have met for more than two hours alone with putin. a former kgb spy master. you're on the dark side of the moon. how do you have any idea what happened in the meeting? >> well, you're right, i don't know what happened in the meeting. >> is there a risk that vladimir putin could have recorded it? >> that risk is always there. >> reporter: coats was also blindsided last year when top russian officials had an unannounced meeting with the president at the white house. the only pictures of that meeting released by the media. >> did you know that kislyak was going into the white house that afternoon? >> i did not. >> we all learned about it from tass. >> probably not the best thing to do. >> reporter: coat called out russia for continuing to be a threat to the u.s.
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>> they are the ones that are trying to undermine our basic values and divide us with our allies. they are the ones that are trying to wreak havoc over the election process. >> reporter: and he says it is all done at the direction of vladimir putin. despite mr. trump's claims that others could be responsible for election meddling. >> it is very clear that virtually nothing happens there of any kind of consequence that vladimir putin doesn't know about or hasn't ordered. >> coats is clearly putting his job on the line by speaking truth to power. a former ambassador and twice elected to the senate, he seems determined to keep politics out of the intelligence agencies as long as he is there. hoda and savannah, back to you. >> andrea, either you went to the metallica concert last year or you broke so much news and you lost your voice, but thank you for getting up early there.
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>> i was shocked by all the news. >> i know. andrea, thank you. >> and then she jumped in a mosh pit. >> andrea after dark. >> crazy time. anyway, what do we have as far as the rest of the country's weather, coastal lows, causing big problems for the weekend. severe storms in the central plains. sunshine in the pacific northwest and gorgeous weather making its way down into southern california. we'll get to your local forecast coming up -- oh, i'm sorry, no we're not. i forgot. we are looking at a beautiful day in the northeast and mid-atlantic states, plenty of sunshine. we have some clouds and showers making their way through the northern peninsula of florida. look for record highs making their way into texas. and that's going to last right finally. hey ron! they're finally taking down that schwab billboard. oh, not so fast, carl. ♪ oh no. schwab, again? index investing for that low? that's three times less than fidelity... ...and four times less than vanguard. what's next, no minimums?
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then just what is the cloud? and how secure is it when it comes to your private information? we'll answer all of those questions that nancy guthrie's asking. but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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as of today .. drivers have one less option as they go through san francisco )s presidio. crissy field avenue is closing permanently. the road will be turned into a trail for walkers, hikers, and cyclists. and it )s a plan . closing permanently. it will be turned into a trail for walkers, hikers and cyclists. it has been in the works for more than a decade. it means they will have to take it in order to connect the lincoln avenue. want to check the forecast. looking good for this friday? >> yes. it starts out with clouds near the coast and inland.
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the mugginess stays with us throughout the day with a high of 89 degrees in san jose. it is 96 in antioch. san francisco 69 degrees and 86 today in napa. our seven day forecast shows higher humidity and a slight chance of light fling especially this afternoon. once the dry air starts to come back tomorrow it will be hot with highs in the low 90s. it continues into next week. san francisco highs in the upper 60s to low 70s. first of all it is friday. a light volume over the bay. this drive is getting better. look at eastbound. it is recovering. they have cleared in the last few minutes this crash between 35 and 280. better news to and from as temperatures arrive. a little more traffic just popped up in the last ten minutes. we see the lanes backing up there and also an issue with fog and the golden gate bridge.
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be careful. it may be tougher visibility. >> yeah. it is very foggy. >> another update in a half an hour. see you then.
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back now at 7:30 with the final moments of the both tour on the lake in branson, missouri. >> at least 13 dead and four missing. two vehicles desperately trying to reach dry land and only one made it. >> severe thunderstorms packing 60-mile-per-hour winds and turning the calm lake into a stormy sea. locating the sunken vessel and able to pull some survivors out of the water. people treated at the hospital. >>
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>>. unexpected tornado in iowa. brick walls collapsed and roofs blown off buildings and vehicles flipped over. the only hospital in marshalltown damages and patients had to be evacuated. the tornado took people by surprise. the trump administration saying they have reunited migrant children. officials with the department of health and human services saying they are working around the clock to get the children back to the parents safely. the court-ordered deadline is next thursday and they could be removed from the country as soon as they are reunited with their kids. plenty of time to get to the store to buy the mega millions ticket. the big drawing is tonight. a shot at the massive $422 million jackpot. the sixth largest in mega
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millions history. fear not. there is power ball and that stands at $138 million. the draw for that tomorrow night. the terrible tourist boat tragedy in missouri. nbc is looking into it. >> these are popular tourist attractions in cities across the country and they have a long and deadly history. 26 people died in the last 20 years. >> oh my good. >> after calling off search and rescue operations, divers expected into the water this morning in branson, missouri turning into a grim recovery effort. trying to determine if dangerous thunderstorms and 65-miles-per-hour winds was the only reason the duck boat capsized killing 13 people. coast to coast and around the
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world, a bus like tour going from land to water first used in world war ii in the u.s. military during the allies d-day invasion and the vehicle's awkward shape make it difficult to drive on both. callin thursday's deadly duck boat accident in missouri wasn't the first. in 1999, 13 people died when it sunk without warning in arkansas. they blamed that disaster on inadequate maintenance. investigators saying the vehicle sank to rapidly no one was able to don a lifejacket. in 2010 one stalled on the delaware river. 37 people sent scrambling into the water, two people died. the danger isn't only on the water. >> there's been a terrible loss of life and injuries. >> in 2015 five college students killed in seattle when a duck boat crashed into a charter bus,
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all the victims were on the bus. they say they place a premium on the passengers. as for the latest incident, ripley entertainment echoed that saying the safety of our employees and guests is our number one priority. >> let's get more on this. on the phone former ntsb chairman with us. good morning. what strikes you about what you've heard this morning, debra, what do you think investigators are looking for? >> in the last 20 years we have seen a number of events, the one in philadelphia on the delaware river were very different. the event in arkansas is one that they are probably going to be looking at what they saw there to understand if some of those issues are the same. clearly the buoyancy of the boat, how fast it sunk. that was an issue in arkansas as well as survivability of passengers.
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they found the canopy on the duck boat made it harder for people to get out of the sinking boat. >> debra, are these vehicles dangerous? do you think they should not be used on the water for tourists? >> there's been a lot of criticism of the boats over the years. the design dates back to world war ii. i think investigators will look at that in perfect conditions generally we don't see problems. when you start to look at events like this with rough waters and storms, any boat operating in those conditions, the margins of safety are eroded. you don't want to be out on the water particularly with people who can't swim or children in conditions like this. >> sure. all right. thank you so much. former ntsb chairman debra hershman, thanks a lot. more breaking news, the nfl's controversial ban on
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kneeling is on hold, to suspend athletes who take a knee. tammy leitner with the latest on that. tammy, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, craig. the league is freezing the policy for now saying they will continue discussions with the players' association. this is considered a win for those players who took a stand by taking a knee. this morning the nfl calling a time-out on its national protest policy. just two months ago the league's commissioner announcing players must stand for the anthem or remain in the locker room while it's performed. >> we want people to respect the national anthem, we want people to stand, that's all personnel. make sure they treat the moment in a respectful fashion. >> overnight hitting the pause button issuing a joint statement with the players' association which reads in part, no new rules related to the anthem will
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be enforced for the next few weeks while confidential discussions are ongoing. our shared focus will remain on finding a solution to the anthem issue through mutual good faith commitments outside of litigation. originally the league said if a player took a knee on the field, the team would be subject to a fine and the player's punishment would be left to the team. >> back to where we were two years where there isn't any rule in place. >> for more than two seasons many nfl players have been taking a knee during national anthem to protest police brutality and social injustices. president trump has been one of the harshest critics of the protest. >> wouldn't you love to see one of these nfl owners when somebody disrespects our flag to say get that son of a bitch off the field right now, out. he's fired. he's fired. >> the new standstill agreement coming hours after the associated press reported the miami dolphins had included protesting during the anthem on
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its list of conduct detrimental to the club. under nfl rules, that means players could be suspended up to four games for kneeling during singing of the "star spangled banner." the two sides now saying they will have discussions to reach a compromise. >> a win for every player who wants to continue to have their message be heard. >> this morning a heated debate that's back in play. now, before this decision came out one player said he will continue taking a stand despite the fines. a ceo of the new york jets said he would cover any fines his team incurred. there is no doubt this is going to continue to be controversial in the coming weeks. back to you guys. >> not a story that's going away. tammy leitner, thank you. >> let us head over to al who is the man to talk to this morning. so much going on in the weather. >> that's right. the east coast is going to be a mess this weekend as well. we're watching this upper level low causing problems. a second low develops along the coast.
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that's going to cause big problems. let's look at it more in-depth. this afternoon this develops along southeastern and atlantic coast, moves along the coast. strong storms, heavy rain as it moves up friday. if this were wintertime we'd be talking classic nor'easter. instead because it's soggy, warm, moisture, coming, all bringing heavy showers and thunderstorms saturday, sunday, and moves inland sunday into monday with less activity. but look at how much rain this thing is going to drop. we're talking about anywhere from 2 to 3" along florida and north carolina coast and south carolina coast, locally up to 5". moving up the coast, we're going to see more wet weather locally up to 4" through sunday here in the northeast and on into new england. so a real washout for a lot of outdoor plans. that's what goin good morning. here is a look at our high temperatures across the bay
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area. looking at micro climates. half-moon bay at 64. it is 69 in san francisco. it is 75 in oakland. we could reach 100 degrees today. looking at our inland areas and the forecast for the next seven days it will be humid. also a slight chance of light fling this afternoon. that chance goes down tomorrow with highs up to 92 and more heat through flexion week. -- next week. >> and that's -- you're living dangerously today, my friend. >> it's so friday. >> it's so friday. >> thank you, al. just ahead, we all use it, but really what is the cloud? >> should you be up there? >> can you trust the cloud with your private information? we're going to get to the bottom of the internet's biggest mystery right after this.
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a lot of people wonder whether the cloud provides better security for personal and private information. turns out even a nation's top intelligence agencies are in the cloud so we decided to go for a tour. no, the cloud is not up there. the cloud is actually a misleading name for data centers, thousands of them heavily secured behind concrete and barbed wire. we have unfrom dented behind the walls access took a secret site in west virginia. >> we're in one of microsoft's data center. >> this the cloud. >> you're in the cloud. >> most of us are used to our phones backing up to google or icloud. here hundreds of thousands of servers are the cloud for big names, including bank of america, chevron, coke, small businesses and maybe you. billions of e-mails, music files, financial records, tax documents, company payroll, wedding photos, all of it here and growing by the second.
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chief technology officer diana kelly. >> if my data is here. is it my dat or your dat now. >> it's your data, not ours. it's similar to money at the bank. you store your money at the bang. it's not our money, it's your money. >> microsoft is one of my giants using encryption, fire walls, anti-virus software and 24/7 monitoring. after so many high-profile hacks, including celebrity's private photos, should you trust the cloud with your private information? most security pros say you probably can't match the cloud's robust security. >> in my opinion, and i'm a cyber security expert, i would trust google to secure my data than i would trust myself. >> the cia's cloud provider, amazon. while hacking the cloud may be difficult, your personal accounts can be hacked if you click on a bad link or use peak passwords. >> that's where the responsibility lies on your shoulders to make sure you've done everything you can to be as
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secure as possible. >> it may not be a panacea but the cloud may be your best security option. cloud security is so strict, we had to promise we would not divulge where this cloud facility is located, only in virginia, heavily fortified, concrete walls, its own power system and microsoft has more than 100 of these centers around the world. hundreds of thousands of servers, and that is just the microsoft cloud. guys, back to you. >> wow. >> a follow-up to see if we got it. >> google has the same thing. they all do. >> it makes sense what tom is saying. what if someone burns down the building. >> they are redundant. >> you should keep a physical copy of your data on a hard drive away from your home, like a safe-deposit box or office or something like that. >> that's so smart. >> thank you, nancy. >> a big file cabinet in the
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good morning. slightly more humidity in the air today. reaching into the mid-90s for the inland valley. it is 69 in san francisco. with our higher humidity there will be a slight chance of lightning. we'll continue to monitor that as we go through the day. humidity will drop and it will stay warm reaching into the upper 80s and low 90s over the next few days. looking at upper 60s on sunday and 70 on saturday. let's check in to see what's
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. it's 8:00 on "today" coming up, tour boat tragedy. >> oh my god. >> at least 13 people killed in missouri, the shocking video showing the final moments. >> oh my god, they are sinking. >> where they are live. >> plus pay at the plump, the latest beauty trend. >> if you want to fuller looks or more defined jaw line that, is available to you. and nothing but the proof. pop star charlie puth taking
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over a live summer concert. get ready to pay attention. today, friday, july 20th, 2018. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> my daughter's here. >> here on "today"! >> we love charlie puth! ♪ >> we traveled from arizona! >> florida! >> nashville! >> and memphis! >> for charlie puth! good morning, everybody. welcome back to "today." it's such a nice day to have a good concert outside. we're happy these folks decided to start their day with us.
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>> we have a big crowd outside. happy to join them in a little bit. >> but we've got a lot of news this morning. at least 13 dead, others still missing after a tourist boat capsized and sank on a popular missouri lake. let's get to catie beck in brans branson. >> reporter: now there is daylight, those divers are going to head back into the lake to resume efforts after a lengthy search for any possible survivors last night. there were 31 people aboard that duck boat tour when severe weather suddenly struck. we want to warn our viewers what you might see in this video may be disturbing. this video shows the final moments before a duck boat packed with tourists went down. two of the vehicles desperately trying to reach dry land. but only one made it. >> oh, my gosh. oh, no. >> reporter: severe thunderstorms packing 60 mile-per-hour winds turning the normally calm lake in missouri
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into a stormy sea. >> oh, my god. >> reporter: the duck boat moves out of sight, and then -- >> it's going under. >> need a water rescue. will be a duck that has capsized. we have approximately 30 individuals in the water. >> it was pretty big. >> for a lake, that's pretty big. >> reporter: these two were having dinner on a show boat when she started shooting the terrifying scene on her cell phone as it unfolded. >> i'm sad and i want to help but i can't help. i don't know what to do to help. >> reporter: emergency crews from multiple agencies located the sunken vessel and were able to pull some survivors out of the water. at least 13 people died. some of the victims were children. >> this is a really tough situation and it's gut wrenching. >> reporter: ripley entertainment, the company that owns the tour boats released a statement overnight writing in
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part, this incident has deeply affected all of us. we will continue to do all we can to assist the families who were involved and the authorities as they continue with the search and rescue. officials tell us there were life vests aboard that duck boat, but what they don't know is if people were wearing them as the boat went under. we were also told federal safety investigators will be on scene today and be giving a briefing as to what they're finding. >> thank you. to washington now where president trump has invited vladimir putin to the white house this fall for a second summit. the invitation comes as the president fights off criticism of his handling of the first summit last week in helsinki. earlier this week, mr. trump was forced to clarify that he does hold russia responsible for meddling in the 2016 election. no russian leader has visited the white house in nearly a decade. the outbreak of an illness linked to mcdonald's salads is growing this morning. the centers for disease control and prevention said late
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hey justin, think fast! what?! every time! i get lucky every once in a while. crowd is ready. charlie puth coming up in our next half hour. now some welcome news. >> carson in the orange room with more on that. >> let me give you a rundown, a company in new zealand checking four-day workweek. perpetual guardian manage estates. they release foundings to resounding success. let's go through some of them. a two-month trial, greater productivity, lower stress levels, improved work/life balance and higher team engagement levels all by working one day less during the week. a lot of people online had stuff
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to say about it showing support. here is anne who says a four-day workweek is so much more sane. kim writing better rested and relaxed happy workers make better production. hard to find the other side. we heard from alberta, ten hour work days, plus half hour lunch and commute time? nope! we asked you on twitter, i don't know why we asked you on twitter. what do you think the results are here, right? >> would you want to switch to a four-day workweek. 96 to 4 there, perpetual guardian said the trial started as a theory because he wanted to create a better environment for his team. the experiment generated so much positive feedback with the employees the plan is being taken to the board to try to get that four-day workweek. >> are you going to do another controversial poll like do you like rainbows, do you support ice cream. >> do you enjoy chocolate.
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does it matter which day? i don't know. >> it's a moot point in our world. news is happening. i would vote that the monday be the continuance of the weekend. >> or friday. >> or friday. >> sort of like a a stagger. >> doesn't feel like a workday. i'd rather work on friday and have monday. >> take us to "pop start," carson. >> we'll start with jennifer lopez. back in the day j. lo was the queen of romantic comedies. she starred in classics mike maid in manhattan. playing the woman using her street starts to fake it until she makes it. >> do you ever look at your life and wonder how you got there? if you made different choices, would you be happy? >> somebody called you about a job interview. >> franklin and clark. >> your resume interests me. business school?
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and facebook page. >> my facebook page. obama? >> i gave you a completely new idea. you said you wanted to be fancy, so cinderella dress. >> a lie got you in the door but you got the job, baby. who's the champ? you're the champ. >> not easy getting a job for a woman your age. >> watch me. >> that looks good. >> second act. >> all movie character descriptions for j. lo have to have the phrase street smarts. >> that's her bff. that's why they have that chemistry. >> in theaters november 21st. up next, rihanna, where have you been all our lives? according to "rolling stone's" magazine she's been hard at work on not one but two, one is more reggae, while the other is more of a pop. the singer thant released anything on her own lately but
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on other albums. that seems to be the thing. drake had 25 tracks. comic-con taking place in san diego, california. yesterday the cast of the upcoming film, al, "the predator" sat down with conan o'brien. conan couldn't help but ask the audience if they could expect arnold schwarzenegger in the installment. >> i can't believe you would make a predator movie without arnold schwarzenegger. >> the line is in the movie and we're mercilessly doing impressions all the time. >> oh, my gosh. i'm gonna do it. but you've got to underpromise and overdeliver. this is way too much. >> get to the chopper now. >> keegan-michael key and sterling k. brown nailing those impressions there. another great moment took place during panel interview with cast of "breaking bad." he brought out his daughter
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dressed, obviously, in character. that was just too cute. finally no secret "hamilton" creator lin-manuel miranda bringing his smash hit to puerto rico. more to share this weekend, "pop start" correspondent savannah guthrie sat down for an exclusive interview for us. going to steal this one. and talk about his other projects in the works. >> you are going to be playing hamilton again. my first question is, do you still know the words? >> i'll need the rehearsal, because, you know, if you've seep the show, if you space out for a second or don't know where you are for a second, you're going to fall off the turntable, get hit in the head with a chair. >> you can see the exclusive interview monday. >> major fan girling happening from your "pop start" correspondent. they have a big announcement about "hamilton" in puerto rico which starts in january. it's going to be incredible. he's going to be hamilton again.
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>> that was a great question about forgetting the records. >> do you want to know if he's going to grow his hair long? >> yes. >> find out monday. >> 1,000 lyrics in the song. >> how is he even going to remember. >> click? >> daily click. a family enjoying a summer day in the pool when they decided to learn how to do a proper dive. the mom goes first, shows the two little boys how to do it. great form them. 2-year-old deacon steals the show. a face plant right into the pool. he pushes off. he came up, smiling, he was fine. >> he can win. >> deacon always finds a way to make people laugh and obviously has a high threshold for pain. thank you. mr. roker. >> i have a headache.
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it's not a tumor. more wet weather making its way up the eastern seaboard. but what we're really watching, 39 people at risk, very large hail, wind and tornado risk especially from central tennessee all the way up into southern louisiana. i should say southern indianapolis. we are looking at a real mess there. and the heat stretching from california all the way into the southeast. 64 million people at risk. look at this, over the next several days. phoenix, triple digits, del rio, texas, again, triple digits. same for dallas. memphis will be in the mid-90s, new orleans in the mid-90s and southern texas in the mid-90s as well. we'll be watching that very, very closely. again, this area here developing along the southeast coast is going to mean a washout up and down the eastern seaboard going that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> good morning, i'm meteorologist kari hall. we have higher humidity across the bay area.
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some very warm temperatures for the inland areas and we will also have a slight chance of some lightning today. i'll keep you up to date on that. as we go into the weekend, the humidity drops but the heat stays. it continues to be hot for the valleys into early next week. san francisco will also feel the humidity dropping heading into the next couple of days. highs in the upper 60s. by the end of the weekend into the start of next week. >> and that is your latest weather. >> mr. roker, thank you. to today's talk, we're talking about cosmetic enhancement. >> the stigma once attached to them seems to be fading quickly, as quickly as those fine lines and wrinkles do after you get botox. a new business is betting that trend will keep rising. nbc savannah sellers is here with more. how are you. >> good morning, savannah. >> you used to think maybe she's born wit. now the reality is she might just have a really good doctor.
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in this instagram and snapchat age, it seems everyone is looking for a real life filter. they can help you out with that and on your lunch break. is this answer to woes or trivializing a serious medical procedure. this is alchemy 43. it's one of their two locations both in los angeles. but not for long. their goal, one day in the not so far future, you could pop into one in any city. in the time it takes to get a manicure, erase those pesky crow's feet or plump up your lips. >> we live in a time if you want fuller lips or more defined jaw line, that's something available to you. >> nicky is hoping to soften the image of injectables, a menu where botox is called hello bright eyes. and perfect about is code for lip injections. >> these are treatments that are designed to make you look and feel amazing. people are treating it like a
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medical procedure, not skperngs about it. >> alchemy 43 is changing that with convenience and vibe of blowout bar. their average client is 32, both men and women, some as young as 22. who, quite honestly some might say don't need any of this. >> more people and more people that are younger are actually doing it. why is this something that can be considered part of your routine. >> social media, kylie jenner and her beautiful lips had something to do with that. >> kylie jenner was widely criticized for setting a bad example for young girls and women for lip injections. recently she got rid of her fillers wanting a more natural look. they are counting on openness to procedures. the millennial sign and pink walls are designed for them. >> the misconception you have to go to a doctor's office.
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that's old school. the same way there's stigma about getting these types of treatment. i feel super proud about it and so do my girlfriends. >> the numbers back that up. last year nearly 10 million minimally invasive procedures performed. that's bought okay and fillers. increasingly that includes people who aren't even 30. the percentage of young millennials getting injections has almost doubled since 2012. >> what would you say to people who think 28 sounds like a crazy age to do anything to your face at? >> i'm not here to promote people getting treated or not. i think whatever makes you look and feel your best, your personal best, that's all that matters. >> alchemy 43 is banking on this new acceptance of beauty maintenance. >> we get our hair done, nails done, eye lashes done. this is another thing you can add to that list that doesn't feel as daunting or medical. it's very accessible. it's a fun experience to come here. >> but is round brush through your hair for a blowout
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different from needles in your face? >> absolutely. >> how do you weigh that. >> you are getting a needle in your face. there's no question this is much more invasive. it's a trust issue. we're focused onthat. >> there are real risks to getting them done. levy says don't let the pink walls fool you, all the are licensed medical professionals overseen by licensed medical professional. here you might forget needles are involved. i know looking at ages and faces it might seem incredible. i do know a lot of people around my age who are doing it. each time you go in, it's around $400. their plan is 50 locations over the next five years. >> people your age? >> my age. >> why are they doing it? >> as young as 22. >> why? >> because of this new trend of preventive. you start now, you'll have less
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to do later, have less wrinkles. >> and the people sticking you in the face, what are they? are they doctors? >> it's a fair question, especially when they are in there. >> doctors like dr. dre and dr. phil. >> sweaty palm. >> they are registered nurses, physicians assistants, licensed medical professionals. the idea is it's so standardized you can go in and see anyone, not the same person every time. >> they are trying to make it more approachable. that's expensive, isn't it? i don't know. >> there's a lot of bad botox outl out there, so i would think you need to be careful and go to somebody experienced who knows what they are doing. >> did you bring gift cards. >> savannah, thank you so much. >> no, he's serious. >> don't forget to look for savannah. she's got that show, stay tuned, on snapchat. >> how many views? >> we broke a billion views, 7
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million subscribers. >> hate to break up this botox party but charlie puth is live for a concerti )m ...
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a quick update: within the good morning. 8:26 for you right now. marcus washington. a quick update for you. within the past few minutes, authorities confirm they have found all remaining victims who have been missing after yesterday's duck boat accident. that brings the total number of those who have died to 17. on a lighter note, as of today, drivers have one less option as they go through san francisco. that road will be turned into a trail for walkers, hikers and bikers. the avenue connect chrissy field to lincoln avenue which runs up to the golden gate bridge tol plaza. drivers will now have to take mcdowell from yis questichrissy
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link to lincoln avenue. speaking of tolls, your morning commute looks nice and easy. >> yewe're foot senot seeing anw except friday, so free sailing i guess. the earlier crash near highway 35, took a while to recovery there. no recovery needed heading over to the richmond and san rafal bridge. a couple of live shots for you. the bay bridge, look at that, no problem, where you do pay your toll. can barely see the golden gate bridge. that is still the spot to watch. speed coming through the north bay all the way to here, no problems for visibility. back to you. >> all right, we'll have another local news update in 30 minutes. ♪
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and we are back 8:30 friday morning the 20th of july, 2018. this crowd is ready for a live concert right here on the plaza from the one, the only charlie puth who is up early ready to go. late night early morning. >> in connecticut last night, i got one hour's sleep but i'm here. >> you're a young man. you look fresh. >> you're a rock star. you've got this. >> that feels good. >> where is hoda? >> down in the crowd. >> hey, kiddos, how are you? i'm way down here. i'm heart of charlie puth country. so many awesome fans where r
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glen and susan. your twins. hi, guys. how much do you love charlie puth. >> sneh love him so much. >> not just kids but parents. you are crossing generations. you wanted to be here. they say it's a family affair. charlie has something for you. he signed a poster for you. >> that's awesome. thank you so much. >> all right, charlie, charlie! back to you guys. >> so sweet. charlie is about to sing for us but first let's get a check of the weather. >> let's show you what we've got. hey, state fair season so we're talking state fair friday sacramento, california, the weekend going to be sunny and hot, harrington delaware on the wet side for your state fair forecast as we take a look at the rest of the weekend, triple digit highs in the southwest, sunny in the northwest. coastal low bringing wet weather
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into the mid-atlantic states. sunday -- sunday! -- rain continues in the east, mid-atlantic states, monsoonal moisture in the southwest. that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> good morning, i'm meteorologist kari hall. that monsoonal moisture al was talking about can bring us the chance for light nick today. we're still in the 90s but the humidity is a little lower tomorrow. san francisco will reach up to 70 degrees for tomorrow afternoon. a lot of upper 60s and low 70s with morning clouds and fog each day. and some afternoon sunshine. but there will a wide range of temperatures so just be prepared for it all as you head out. >> announcer: the city concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. >> we're moments away from the start of a fun friday concert on the plaza from charlie puth but
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first how this talented man became an international hitmaker. charlie puth is a true singer songwriter writing and producing every song on his latest album, voice notes" streamed 3 billion times worldwide. his unique voice matching his unique style of music. >> that's how i write songs. ♪ i'll tell you all about it when i see you again ♪ >> puth burst onto the scene in 2015 with the hit song "see you again." more hits soon followed like "one call away." ♪ one call away >> "we don't talk anymore" and "attention." ♪ you just want attention >> this morning he has our attention as he takes to our
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city summer concert stage. >> and here he is, charlie puth! ♪ ♪ run-in round throw-in that dirt on my name ♪ ♪ because you knew that i'd call you ♪ ♪ you've been going round, going round every party in l.a. ♪ ♪ because you knew i'd be at one ♪ ♪ i know that dress is karma ♪ perfume regret you got me thinking about when you were mine ♪ ♪ and now i'm all up on ya what you expect but you're not coming home with me tonight ♪ ♪ you just want attention you don't want my part ♪
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♪ maybe you just hate the thought of me with someone new ♪ ♪ yeah you just want attention i knew from the start you're just making sure i'm never gettin' over you ♪ you've been run-in round throwing dirt on my name ♪ ♪ cause you knew i knew i'd call you up now we're standing face-to-face ♪ ♪ you already know that you won ♪ ♪ i know that dress is karma perfume regret you got me thinking about when you were mine ♪ ♪ now i'm all up on ya what you expect but you're not coming home with me tonight ♪ ♪ you just want attention you don't want my heart ♪ ♪ maybe you just hate the
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thought of me with someone new ♪ ♪ yeah you just want attention i knew from the start you're just making sure i'm never gettin' over you ♪ ♪ what are you doin' to me what are you doin' ♪ ♪ what are you doin' to me what are you doin' ♪ what are you doin' to me what are you doin' ♪ ♪ what are you doin' to me what are you doin' ♪ ♪ i know that dress is karma -- sing it ♪ you got me thinking about when you were mine ♪ ♪ now i'm all up on you ♪ you just want attention you don't want my heart ♪
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♪ maybe you just hate the thought of me with someone new ♪ ♪ you just want attention i knew from the start you're just making sure that i'm never gettin' over you ♪ ♪ what are you doin' to me ♪ you just want attention i knew from the start you're just making sure i'm never gettin over you ♪ >> charlie puth with a great start to the concert on this beautiful friday morning. we're back with much more from him. but first this is "today" on nbc. but first this is "today" o nbc.
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welcome back to "today" and
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our citi concert stage. we're so happy to have grammy nominated singer songwriter charlie puth. >> hit latest album called "voice notes." i love how you write your songs, open up your phone, notes section and hit voice notes. >> the voice note application on the iphone, i have everything in my head, the one i'm about to perform is in my head. i have the whole thing mapped out. >> that's crazy. >> quick, write it down. >> but i forget it if i don't record it. so i get a tape recorder on my iphone and record the voice note. >> is this happening all the time. you're on tour right now but are you constantly writing music? >> i had to wake up early for this show. i tried to go to sleep but i heard an e flat, sounded like a cell phone vibrate and i couldn't go to sleep. so i slept one hour but this is
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pretty worth it. >> you wear it well. >> is that the start of a new song. >> that's what i'm thinking. charlie when your album came out in may "new york times" wrote a review saying you got famous and then you got really good. >> that's nice of them. >> you had to finds your musical self in front of everybody. how did you find it on "voice notes." >> it's challenging. i love that people love the first album. it wasn't 100% me. "voice notes" is 100% me. toyed figure out my artistic career in front of millions of people. >> what are you going to perform for us now. >> new single, "here i am." ♪ baby i'm going to get a little
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anxious. >> a little shy trying to be famous ♪ ♪ all i want to do is call somebody ♪ ♪ ♪ that's just the way i am that's just the way i am that's just the way i am ♪ maybe i'ma get a little nervous maybe i don't do out anymore feelin' like i really don't deserve this. >> life ain't nothing like it
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was before. >> because all i wanna do is hold somebody but no one ever wants to get to know somebody if you go look under the surface baby i'm a little insecure ♪ ♪ that's okay i'm gon axtell 'em all either hate me or love me ♪ ♪ i'ma tell 'em all you could either hate me or love me. that's just the way i am ♪ ♪ that's just the way i am ♪ that's just the way i am ♪ >> i'm gonna tell them all ♪ ♪ you can either hate me or love me but that's just the way i am ♪ ♪ am am this is what you wanted oh, this is what you wanted ♪ ♪ i am ♪ this is what you wanted
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♪ this is what you wanted all along feather ♪ you all scream. come on. ♪ trying to be famous i'm just trying to find a place to hide ♪ ♪ i'm gonna tell 'em all you can either hate me or love me but that's just the way i am ♪ ♪ i'm gonna tell them all you could either hate me or love me ♪ ♪ but that's just the way i am ♪ that's just the way i am ♪ that's just the way i am ♪ that's just the way i am ♪ tell them all tell them all you can either hate me or love me ♪ ♪ that's just the way i am >> charlie puth. thank you. he'll be back with one more hit. but first this is "today" on --
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we are back on our plaza. it is packed with charlie puth fans. here performing latest hitsz "how long" charlie, take it away. ♪ oh yeah i'll admit i was wrong what else can i say girl capital you blame my head and not my heart ♪ ♪ i was drunk i was gone that don't make it right but i promise there was no feelings involved ♪ ♪ she said boy tell me honestly was it real or just for show ♪ ♪ yeah she said, savannah your
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apologies baby i just gotta know ♪ ♪ how long has this been goin on you been creepin' round on me ♪ ♪ while you callin' me baby how long has this been goin on you've been actin' so shady i've been feelin' it lately baby ♪ ♪ i'll admit. >> it's my fall. >> translator: you gotta believe me when i say it only happened once ♪ ♪ i tried and i tried but you'll never see you're the only one ♪ ♪ she said, boy, tell me honestly was it real or just for show she said, save your apologies baby i just got, a know
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♪ how long has this been goin' on you been creepin' round on me while you callin' me baby how long has this been goin' on? ♪ you've been actin' so shady i've been feelin' it lately ♪ ♪ oh yeah ♪ how long has it been doin' on baby ♪ ♪ she said, boy, tell me honestly was it real or just for show ♪ ♪ she said save your apologies ♪ how long has this been goin'
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on? you been creepin' around on me ♪ ♪ while you callin' me baby moats how long has this been doin' on ♪ ♪ you been actin' so shady i've been feelin' it lately ♪ baby haute how long has this been doin' on baby ♪ you've been actin' so shady i've been feelin' it lately ♪ ♪ baby >> charlie puth has one more song so stay with us. this is "today" on nbc.
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we are back on a friday morning. charlie, thank you so much.
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>> that was awesome, charlie. >> hits a lot of high notes. >> that is not easy to do by any stretch of the imagination. >> one hour's sleep. >> i've got to write more songs in a lower tone. >> yeah, baby. >> how was radio city music hall show. >> we sold it out. it was really, really special. >> we enjoyed having you. >> al and craig are hitting the road next week. >> yes. monday we're going to be at fan pier park in boston. everyone watch us on nbc 10. them we've getting an r v camping out, sleeping under the stars. >> you two are camping out together. >> we've got matching pajamas. charlie, you want to roll with us. >> i'm all set. >> come on. >> our friends at news center maine will be helping us out tuesday morning. looking forward to it. >> guys, we've got a big "megyn kelly today" but first local news and weather and a big thank
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you to charlie puth. good morning, it )s 8:56...
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i )m - -... it )s a crime that caught a lot of people )s attention when good morning. 8:56 for you. i'm par cumarcus washington. the crime that caught a lot of people's attention. a man accused of attacking a homeless person for no apparent reason. we want to warn you before we show it, many people may find this disturbing. that man accused in that attack is due in court later this morning. san francisco police say the
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58-year-old samuel yontop repeatedly kicked a homeless man on the sidewalk. this is in may. police say he's also a suspect in a separate unprovoked a tack on a muni bus. today, his attorney is expected to ask for him to be released on bail. happening now, our pete suratso is at the white house. he'll have a live report in the midday newscast. also updates on our twitter feed. the end of the road for one of the roads running through the presidio. chrissy road will be turned into a hiking and biking trail. drivers will have to use mcdowell to access lincoln avenue from chrissyfield. a sad update in missouri where a duck boat capsized yesterday in stormy weather. all remaining victims have been pulled from the water, 17. >> nbc bay area news, winner of an edward r. murrow award in social media.
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good morning, welcome to the show. we begin with a debate that rocked a florida neighborhood. take a look at this house in mount dora, florida. that is depiction of van gogh "stare night" on the fence in front of it. here is the question it raises. can home owners decorate their property however they want, or does the mayor of their town have the right to tell them no. joining me now to discuss that and making the rounds from nbc family jenna bush


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