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good morning. almost there. the fda gives emergency use authorization for kids between the ages of 5 and 11 to get the pfizer covid vaccine. the final hurdle, cdc approval next week. a huge relief to some parents. >> any way that we can make it safer and keep them in school i think is worth it. >> many others say not so fast. >> for my child, however, she has a whole lot of allerallergi and i fear that. >> so when will the shot be available and why so much hesitancy? we're live with the latest. on the world stage.
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president biden on his second foreign trip as commander in chief, meeting with world leaders this morning for the g20 summit, tackling global issues from climate change to the economy. one day after a private meeting with pope francis. >> you are the most significant warrior for peace. >> while the president still faces challenges here at home without a final deal on his social safety net and infrastructure bills. peter is live in rome. wild weekend weather. the east coast getting slammed by wind and rain overnight. turning roads into rivers in a matter of hours. people force today climb out of their cars to get to safety. is the worst of it over and what about halloween? we'll have the all important trick or the treating forecast. all that, plus home of the braves. >> struck to deep central. forget about it! >> the atlanta braves take a no-hitter into the eighth inning of game three of the world
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series and wind upbeating the houston astros 2-0. the braves now leading the series 2 games to 1, but it's their celebrating fans that are taking a little heat today. saturday, october 30th, 2021. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with peter alexander, kristen welker and dylan dreyer. welcome to "today" and thank you so much for joining us on this saturday morning. we are thrilled to have joe fryer here in studio while peter is in rome covering the president's overseas trip. a busy time for peter. great to have you here. >> i am thrilled to be here. i would also be thrilled to be in rome where peter is. peter, good morning, good to see you. >> bonjour for rome one of the world's great cities. we're traveling with president
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biden, only been here for about 36 hours but have already had four meals. we're off to a good start. there is some real serious business going on here as well. we'll cover that in a moment. >> the pictures of you eating pasta, i'm pretty jealous. we look forward to that and the headlines you have in store peter. we'll check in with you in a moment. we want to get to our top story and the potential game changer in the fight against covid. the fda giving approval friday to the pfizer vaccine for kids between the ages of 15 and 11, which means the vaccine is one step away from going into young children's arms. kathy park is in new york with the latest p. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning to you. for anxious families these vaccines are an early gift arriving in time for the holidays. the final decision clearing the shots comes down to the cdc but the agency is expected to sign off. meaning injections are likely
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days away. this morning a break through in getting kids back to their normal lives. the fda authorizing pfizer's low dose covid vaccine for children ages 5 to 11. the decision coming days after an advisory committee overwhelmingly voted in favor of recommending the vaccine. which pfizer says is 91% effective at preventing severe infection. >> vaccines are one of the best tools in the fight against the pandemic and making sure young children have access to them is a high priority. >> reporter: roughly 28 million kids could be eligible for the first shot as early as next week after a final sign off from the cdc. more than 25,000 pediatric and primary care offices are ready for the rollout along with pharmacies and clinics. new york city has ordered 230,000 doses. >> the moment we get the final word from washington. 24 hours later we'll be up and
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running. >> reporter: in fairfax, virginia, the hospital is prepared to vaccinate 500 children each day, while making the process as painless as possible. >> we'll make it as least stressful as possible. >> any way we can make it safer and keep them in school i think is worth it. >> reporter: others are holding back. a survey found that more than two-thirds of parents are either going to wait or will never get their 5 to 11-year-olds vaccinated. >> for my child, however, she has a whole lot of allergies and i fear that. >> reporter: while the nation shows signs of pulling out of the pandemic, the u.s. intelligence community released a report friday revealing that the origins of covid may remain a mystery. analysts unable to conclude whether the virus spread naturally or leaked from a lab. and also this morning here in new york city, one of the nation's strict test covid
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vaccine mandates is in effect. city workers who didn't get at least one dose of the vaccine will be placed on unpaid leave monday. union leaders are warning of staffing shortages, closed firehouses and a longer response time from emergency responders next week. >> kathy park in new york starting us off. thank you. let's bring in dr. john torres. good morning to you. as kathy mentioned the new poll finds about two-thirds of parents are hesitant to get their kids the shots. what's your advice? >> there is that hesitancy to get the shot, parents are protective of their child. one from a community perspective, children right now are 25% of the cases out there, that's from a community perspective. but parents are worried about their own child. here's numbers for their own child, last week 118,000 children ended up with pfizer,
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since the pandemic over 8,000 have been hospitalized and 146 deaths. which puts covid now in the top ten causes of death for children. so i would say look at the stats because it's important to understand if your child gets covid, that could be devastating with life-long consequences. so the vaccine itself proven to be safe in the trials. there were no side effects we know they occur in the first couple of months so the long-term effect is theoretical and rare at the most. so again, joe, the main thing is look at what could happen if your child gets covid versus the vaccine itself which we know is safe and effective. >> there was a new study by the cdc on friday that showed that the vaccine offers more protection than anti-bodies that you would get from getting covid. what can you tell us about that? >> kristen, this answers the question a lot of people have
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about natural immunity, if i have covid, am i protected? it turns out not as well as if you get if vaccine. they looked at people around the country who had covid, recovered and got covid again and hospitalized versus those that got vaccinated and had breakthrough infections. you are five times more likely to get covid if you had the natural immunity. so this is answering that question that a lot of people have had. >> dr. torres, quickly on this last one, halloween is on sunday, is it safe to take the kids trick or the treating? >> this year is a great year to take them trick or treating, i want them to go out, just be safe like you normally would for halloween. but take hand sanitizer in a car with other friends keep the windows down. sanitize your hands before you give out candy. have fun but wait until you get home with the candy so your parents can look through it, and
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make sure it's safe and give you the amounts you need to eat because you don't want to eat the whole bag. >> good advise. thank you so much. we want to turn to the other big story happening this morning. president biden and other world leaders meeting right now for the g20 economic summit it comes amid political headwinds here at home. peter is in rome with more on all of that. it's a critical day for the president, peter. >> that's right. that gathering of leaders from the g20, the world's wealthiest economies is now under way. their first in-person meeting since the coronavirus pandemic with a pair of global crises really on the agenda here. president biden and those he'll be joined by, confronting the need to expand vaccine access to the world and the escalating threat of climate change with a pair of global crises on the agenda, the summit focussing on covid and climate is critical. the president trying to drive that conversation, looking to motivate allies to take new
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action to confront the challenge. president biden with a red carpet welcome greeted by the italian prime minister, the gathering's host. before he and other leaders grapple with international challenges including rising energy prices and supply chain shortages. it follows a day of faith and spiritual fulfillment for america's most devout president in decade. president biden giving pope frances a ceremonial commander coin and praising his courage. >> you are the most significant warrior for peace i have ever met. >> demonstrating their close bond this their fourth meeting but first as president. mr. biden was at ease with the leader. the president was later asked if the issue of abortion came up? >> no, it didn't. >> it's a divisive issue among
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catholics with most u.s. bishops arguing catholic politicians who support abortion rights, including president biden, should be denied communion. on friday they made no mention of the topic b but last month pope francis called it homicide, but he's never denied communon to anyone. president biden looking to repair relationships with french president, emmanuel macron, after signing a secret submarine agreement with australia, costing the french. president biden admitting they made a mistake. >> what happened -- i was under the impression that france had been informed long before. >> macron insisting what matters now is that both countries come
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together in the months and years ahead. >> we have to come together. >> the president's european trip begins with his legacy defining legislation postponed. still white house aides say they have tremendous momentum and that the u.s. is leading by example. so all of that the backdrop as president biden heads to a worldwide summit on climate change in glasgow next week that the president says is really a make or break moment for the planet. >> i know you'll delve more deeply into the climate issue later on in the show. but there's also a lot of attention right now on who is and is not there at this summit, right? >> yeah, that's right. absent the leaders of russia and china. china the world's biggest pout both vladimir putin
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and president xi are staying home because of covid concerns. really the president views this as an opportunity for western democracies to show case on these greatest threats that they can deliver results. >> i know you're tracking a lot of fast moving developments there. we'll see you again in our next half hour. thanks. the president of course left for the trip overseas without a vote on his social safety net and infrastructure plans. congressional democrats still wrestling with the fine print. monica alba is here with more. where do things stand? >> reporter: good morning, president biden was hoping to have more to tout during the summits but his domestic agenda is still in limbo here at home. congress not in session this weekend but negotiations continue with the white house insisting moment is on their side expecting votes next week both the bipartisan infrastructure bill and the social safety net and climate
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plan. but progressive democrats are upset about what's been cut out, particularly the lack of any paid family leave. progressives have enough members in their ranks to delay any significant progress before the president left for the overseas trip. leaving him engaging with world leaders on economic and climate issues without an agreement on how the u.s. will handle those kinds of issues. and remember, it's the tight virginia governor's race that's just three days away, seen widely as a referendum on the biden presidency so far. >> on friday one of president trump's most outspoken critics announced he won't run for re-election, what can you tell us about that? >> a notable retirement since adam kinzinger was one who he also served on the select committee investigating that attack. the illinois congressman announced in a video friday that if he ever thought it was time to move on, he would.
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and, quote, that time is now. opting not to run for re-election next year. mr. trump responded with a quick statement taking credit, apparently referencing the republicans that voted against him earlier this year. it didn't mention kinzinger by name, simply saying two down, eight to go. reflecting the lawmakers' decision, along with anthony gonzalez, a gop congressman who also backed trump's second impeachment and later bowed out of the midterms calling him a, quote, cancer for the country. >> monica alba, thanks so much. >> great to have monica here in studio as well. 13 million people along the east coast are under flash flood watches this morning after a rough night with high winds, pounding rain and flash flooding throughout the northeast. with dylan still on maternity leave, we want to say good morning to samar theodore from here in d.c. you've been tracking the latest on the wild weather impacting so many people. yes, good morning to you both. thankfully the worst of the
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storm is over, but it was a tough night for millions along the eastern seaboard. as high tide approached this morning, fears of the worst flooding in decades. 50-mile-an-hour wind gusts and driving rain knocked out power and flooded roads. the rising delaware river swamped the south new jersey, philadelphia area overnight. firefighters evacuated a nursing home in salem county, new jersey. >> we had to evacuate the facility in fear it in salem, >> we had to evacuate the facility in fear it may be overrun with floodwaters. >> and these people climbed out of their car stranded on a philadelphia street. there's a state of emergency all along the chesapeake pay. >> near low lying areas, the water be careful. >> the memorial disappeared under 5 feet of water. businesses used sandbags to hold back the tide. repair crews in if massachusetts
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and rhode island were still trying to repair power from the last week's nor'easter. the grown so saturated it gave way under this crane friday. those visuals were striking and the storm is not done with us yet. let's look right now, the latest on the satellite and radar, taking us to new england. that's the focus for our saturday because that's where the rain is situated. we're starting to dry out in the mid atlantic and parts of the northeast. heaviest rain across new england we have the strong wind pushing on shore that's going to prompt coastal flooding as a concern. tomorrow into sunday, notice how it moves to the north pushing through maine and vermont. starting to dry out in time for halloween so that's good news but not before dumping so much rain. generally speaking 1 to 3 inches of rain is possible from connecticut through maine. but some areas could see higher amounts and with rainfall exceeding an inch per hour,
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areas could see flash flooding. that's why we have a flash flood watch for that area. the rest of the country, dry conditions towards texas, much we do have a cloudy start for our day. we'll keep those dry conditions. a live look in san jose, a closer look for your daytime highs, temperatures going to be running a few degrees cooler. 69 degrees in palo alto. martinez 63. san francisco, 63. the chance of drizzles remains the first half of our day. we'll keep sunny skies for the weekend. # and that's your local forecast. kristen, back to you. >> thank you for that. let's head back to peter in rome. no gelato for you yet. tell us what's coming up in the
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next half hour. >> that's right. we have a gorgeous perch overlooking the vatican, you can see it in the distance there. in the next half hour we'll look at how pope francis is emphasizing the moral responsibilities of leaders to help alee
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and we're back on a saturday morning with the weekly down load our look at the week's other big stories. >> among them new york's former governor now in legal jeopardy two months after resigning from office. former new york governor andrew cuomo has been criminally charged with sexual misconduct. >> the misdemeanor criminal complaint says last december on the second floor of the
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governor's mansion como did intentionally forcibly place his hand under the blouse, shirt of the victim and onto her intimate body part for the purposes of degrading and gratifying his sexual desires. >> an attorney for the former governor saying cuomo has never assaulted anyone. parents of america cannot trust these apps with their children. >> executives from tiktok, snap and youtube facing a grilling on capital. >> tiktok is not based on followers. >> we do not support features. >> snapchat was a different platform that was private where people could come and actually talk to the friends they have in real life. >> also on the hot seat in front of congress, big oil executives admitting their role in a warming planet. >> climate change is real. and the use of fossil fuels contributes to it. >> this is a defining challenge for our generation. absolutely.
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an american airlines plane was forced to make an emergency landing in denver after a passenger attacked a flight aten dand. >> she had blood on her mask. >> police say this man punched a flight attendant. >> though passengers say the subject was subdued without help and police met him in denver. legendary soccer player carli lloyd played in her final match for team usa as she got set to leave the field for the last time, she took off her jersey to reveal another one with the name hollands on the back, in honor of her husband brian holland. some of the wild moments caught on camera. body cameras caught officers and a good samaritan rescuing a toddler who was drowning.
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they did cpr until he began breathing. in texas, a tornado gaining strength tossing debris in the air. and in glendale, arizona officers involved in an unusual chase. a cow on the loose. it was eventually returned home safely. it was football fright in america. as the "today" show gang celebrated halloween. hoda played carrie underwood. it wasn't just the costumes it was the choreography. it was a whole show. >> it was so much fun to watch. everyone nailed it. sheinelle continues to wow everyone with her dance moves. that's for sure. >> she has a second career going on. >> we'll look behind the scenes
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at peter and my costumes, l'l nas, sam elliott. >> you nailed it. >> peter really committed. controversy as the world series comes to atlanta, should the tomhawk chop be banned. plus ed sheehan is out with new music.
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. marin county is leading the way when it comes to getting rid of your face masks on monday. it will be the first in the bay area to stop require in-door masking in all public spaces. there is a catch, if you are unvaccinated, you do need to wear your masks. the county now has 80% of its population vaccinated. that's people of all ages. the mask mandate will be lifted for vaccinated people who walk into a grocery store or in a bar
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or worship inside a church. if masks are not going away for good, some businesses require you wear one. happening today, animal activists plan to demonstrate at in-n-out, the company's food chain has been in the focus of protests for different reasons. people are showing up to support the restaurant. this week doubling down and proactively shutdown indoor dining at all five locations in contra costa. let's check in with our vianey arana for a look of our halloween forecast. >> a live look in san jose, you will see the sky there and we'll notice it's going to remain dry. we are not monitoring any rain and it's not going to mess with your halloween plans.
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live look in san francisco, a beautiful shot of the bridge, overall daytime highs into the afternoon is going to be cool and comfortable for the most part. in the 60s today for the south bay, 68 degrees in san jose. 69 in cupertino, 68 in los gatos and east san jose and upper 60s. a couple of upper 60s. concord, 68. oakland, 65. could see the chance of light drizzles around the coast side. san mateo, 65 degrees if you are going to be in the city. winds are much light. we are not concerned of the winds or the rain. we'll see good clearing of the clouds into the afternoon for the interior valley. i will go through the full forecast at 7:00 a.m. >> looking forward to seeing it. coming up on the bay, new questions are swirling after a video surfaces of an inmate being transfer inside a van and now that inmate is severely
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disabled. we'll look at what happened during that transfer. we'll have that and all your top stories and vianey's full halloween forecast, we hope to see you at 7:00. right now we'll send you back to the "today" show.
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♪♪ make your move, cowboy. ♪ riding on a horse ♪ ♪ i've been in the valley ♪ ♪ you been about that ♪ ♪ can't nobody tell me nothing ♪ ♪ you can't tell me nothing ♪ ♪ can't nobody tell me nothing ♪ we're back on this saturday morning, october 30th, 2021. peter and kristen, you couldn't be in new york on friday for the big halloween reveal, but that did not stop you from getting in on the fun, getting a little
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dancing in, too. >> we sure did. we committed with these costumes. they were as detailed as they could be, right down to the grills. >> perfect fit. >> peter knows how hard it was to wear the grills. >> my concern was how much glue they put on to make sure the mustache stuck. i was afraid welker would be anchoring the saturday show with silver polish. this was so much fun, i want to apologize to anybody who can't unsee this video here. fortunately i didn't pull any hamstrings in the process. but it marks the first and last day of my career in hollywood. >> i think we'll see you on broadway next. we have more of this behind-the-scenes video online as well. but we just had such a blast, practicing for this and actually doing it. peter won the danceoff, though. my hat's off to you. >> his hat was off too, it works great. >> there you go. we'll check in with you in
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another few minutes. we want to get another check of the headlines. many parents concerned about covid may be breathing a sigh of relief this morning. the fda on friday granted emergency use authorization for pfizer's low-dose vaccine for children ages 5 to 11, about 28 million kids could be eligible for the first shot next week after a final signoff from the cdc. pfizer says the low-dose vaccine is 95% effective at preventing severe infection. in a recent survey two-thirds of parents surveyed said they're going to wait or never give the vaccine to their children. this video going viral of a fistfight of two men on a delta airlines plane before it took off from atlanta. two other passengers stepped in to try to break it up. police say the argument began when one passenger put something in the pocket of his seat back upsetting the man in front of him. one man was charged in the incident.
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in game three of the world series friday night in atlanta, the braves' pitching staff took a no-hitter into the eighth inning and ended up shutting out the astros, 2-0. they lead the series two games to one. before the game the family of hank aaron took to the field as the braves offered a tribute to the hall of famer who died in january.ield as the braves offered a tribute to the hall of famer who died in january. game 4 played tonight in atlanta. at the game, fans did their tomahawk chop throughout. a move coming under scrutiny with many saying it's time to stop the chop. vaughn hillyard is outside truist park in atlanta. >> reporter: the braves did pick up the win but it was hard to ignore the chanting of the fans in the background. the rallying tomahawk chop that many find insensitive to native americans this as they intergame
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four and questions about the future of the team name and the logo. it's a chant synonymous with the braves. the tomahawk carried out for decades, but new scrutiny as it's seen and heard on the biggest stage, the world series. >> chop on. >> chop on. let's go. it's history. >> reporter: bringing attention to not only the chop but the atlanta brave's name and native imagery. >> it's a stereo type. the majority of americans understand native mascots are i don't think. >> reporter: washington's football team changed their name last year and the cleveland indians announcing they'd be next. >> we'd be excited to usher in the next era of baseball in
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america as the guardians. >> but the mlb commissioner defending the braves organization this week. >> i am 100% certain that the braves understand what the native american community in their region believes and they've acted in accordance with that. >> reporter: the braves first named for a boston ball club in the 1870s. they moved to milwaukee in the 1950s before making that you are way to atlanta. why fans are divided on the chop. >> i wish they'd stop it. >> it would be heartbreaking. >> reporter: many native americans find it a disturbing reminder of the past. >> there's blood in the soil. and then to turn around -- this is what makes it so sickening, right, to see the team really dig in on this issue. >> reporter: nbc news reached out yesterday to the braves organization for comment but did not hear back. game 4 is tonight, and former president trump is expected to be in attendance.
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joe and kristen. >> vaughn hillyard in atlanta, thank you. we want to turn back to the most important weather forecast ever, the all important halloween forecast. what say you? >> i have a spook-tackular forecast. let me not do the voice. out towards mummy pass, hopefully all wrapped up in many colorado, temperatures around 29 degrees tomorrow evening. as we head up to sleepy hallow, new york 59 degrees. death valley, 79 degrees. warmer there. but the cold setting in so much so that the national weather service in kansas and parts of oklahoma have put out freeze alerts. we have freeze warnings and advisory for wichita towards kansas city. make sure the kids are bundled up, add a warm component to the halloween forecast. cool throughout the southeast as well. not super cold but temperatures today in the upper 50s, atlanta low 60s.
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charleston, 68 degrees. the cool air continues. it's bone chilling as you head farther north and west. rapid city, 41 degrees. 12 below the average for this time of year. out towards areas like aberdeen, 46 degrees. and the week ahead, the top of the week, this cold air is going to spread towards the east coast. temperatures are going to be in the 50s and then down to the 40s by wednesday in detroit. in the mid atlantic, 46 on monday in washington d.c. and then we work our way to the mid to upper 50s by wednesday. so that chill really setting in. bundle up the it's 5:37 right now. live look in san jose, we are going to get some clouds. san francisco great shot of the bridge. expect to see temperatures pretty comfortable in the 60s, mid to upper 60s for the south bay, 68 degrees in san jose. milpitas 69 and into the interior valleys.
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area around the coastline and into oakoakland, we are talking mid-60s. 60s will be in today's forecast, remaining dry. >> and that's your spooky forecast. back to you guys. >> we're scared. i'd love to be a kid trick or the treating in death valley. i feel that's as good as it gets. >> you don't have to bundle up, though. just ahead, we head back to peter live in rome with a look at how pope francis is committed to fighting climate introducing the new citi custom cash℠ card, a different kind of card that rewards rashida where her spending is trending. just ask overly confident diy rashida rashida: wait, was this the right wall? or last minute gift shopping rashida rashida: i'm putting a bow on it! wow. even sneaking away for a vacay rashida. rashida: shhh! i've earned this? from home improvement, drugstores, select travel and more earn 5% cash back that automatically adjusts to your top eligible
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together for the climate change conference in scotland. peter is back with a look at why this is such an important issue to the pope. peter, good morning again. >> i'm glad we're having this conversation right now and for pope francis it's one that is deeply personal. the pontiff a passionate advocate for helping those in poverty. he worries developing nations are likely to be the most effected by rising seas and warming temperatures. he warned the time is running out to take what he calls radical decisions to combat the climate crisis. since his rise pope francis's pap san i has been nothing short of transformative, wearing white at his inaugural mass instead of gold. and riding in an open top jeep, even stopping to bless a man. and talking out on divorce,
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gender equality and gay rights. but no issue has captured his attention more than the fate of our planet. >> now is the time for courageous action and strategies. >> reporter: in 2015 he published a sweeping open letter to the church, the first by a pope to focus on climate change. writing it represents one of the principle challenges facing humanity in our day. british ambassador to the vatican said pope francis's passion for the environment is rooted in his faith. >> the role that pope francis is playing on this issue has been historic. how so? >> he sees that he has a kind of moral voice that he can use and should use to influence global politics. so he thinks that climate is a critical issue for the whole of human kind right now. >> next week, pope francis will again lead the charge, participating virtually in the u.n. climate change conference
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in scotland. president biden who will be attending discussed climate in his private visit with the pope on friday. >> you are the most significant warrior for peace i have ever met. >> reporter: mr. biden one of only two roman catholic presidents in the u.s. >> we are going to bring back your coal industry. >> the big question now whether pope francis can inspire other major powers and polluters to deliver on their private commitments. >> what legacy do you think he hopes to have on the issue of the environment and climate? >> i think that for pope francis, setting the globe onto the right track where we address the climate properly, and don't actually spoil the planet for our grandchildren. is his key hope. >> just a part of our conversation overlooking vatican city there. pope francis in that new urgent
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warning to world leaders saying humanity has never before had so many means for achieving its goal of healing the planet adding each of us can play a part in stopping what he calls the degradation of our home. >> what a great interview you had with the british ambassador, great stuff. we'll check back in with you in a few minutes. a few minutes. coming up next, how some this could be you. binge watching the ocean. crushing on your favorite character. tuning in to the people you love.
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what it's worth ♪ ♪ never fade ♪ >> that was over pass graffiti, the latest single on the first solo album in more than four years. he had to celebrate his release solo he's quarantining while he recovers from covid. it's hallow-weekend. the stars are out celebrating and sharing their costumes on social media of course. heidi klum held off on her usual halloween party because of covid concerns and said putting together a 7-minute horror film which she stars as an undead version of herself opposite all four of her children. >> yummy. >> mom, are you trying to kill us? >> of course not. i love you too much. >> ryan lochte and his family dressed up as the adams family.
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drew barrymore threw things back to 1996 and dressed up as her character from the movie "scream". finally willie geist, our good friend stepping out from behind the anchor desk and lacing up his running shoes for a good cause. he's running in the new york city marathon next sunday to raise money for the michael j. fox foundation, it's in honor of his dad bill, who's been battling for parkinson's disease for 30 years. he said, every time i feel like i don't know if i can do this, i picture my dad and see what he's gone through for 30 years. if any of these miles or steps can get us closer to finding a cure, that's enough motivation to sweep me across that finish line. >> we will be rooting him on. go willie, go. we know you can do it. >> if anyone can do it, it's willie. >> he's been training. still to come, the
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a live look in san francisco where beginning monday the city will begin cracking down on city employees vaccinations. san francisco sets the deadline back in june, it's now up to 98% of vaccination employees. fewer than 900 workers who are still not vaccinated. if they are not vaccinated by monday, they'll be placed on leave. the city will then decide whether they'll be fired. a new study from the cdc shows the covid-19 vaccine provides stronger protection verses immunity from getting coronavirus, researchers looked at 7,000 people hospitalized with covid-like illnesses, those unvaccinated and had a previous case of covid were likely to have a confirmed case of covid verses people who were vaccinated. the findings reaffirms the
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importance of covid-19 vaccines. vianey arana has a quick look of our forecast. >> it's looking spooky with the cloud cover here. we are not tracking any rain for this weekend, conditions are expected to remain dry. a live look in san jose, i want to go through your temperature trend for the afternoon. if you notice, about 10:00 or 11:00, we'll bump up into the 60s. that cloud cover is lingering a little longer today. daytime highs comfortable and cool, we'll see a little bit of a bump up in to the mid-60s for areas of the interior valleys. let's take a look how the rest of the bay area is doing. do expect to see the chance of a little bit of drizzle for the first half of the morning and dry for the remainder of tonight and into the weekend. today, daytime highs in oakland. santa rosa is 65. napa is 66.
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over cast skies without the rain because as we head in sunday and monday, more like monday and tuesday as well. we are talking about a change in our system and that's going to bring the possibility of more rain to the bay area. for now, cooler day with a return of some cloud cover. i will go through your forecast at 7:00 a.m. >> we'll see you at 7:00 vianey. >> coming up as today in the bay. tomorrow is halloween, how normal will it be in tricks some families are using to get their kids safely this weekend. we'll have that plus all your top stories in vianey's top forecast coming up. hope to see you then. right now we'll send you back to the "today" show.
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almost there. the fda gives emergency use authorization for kids between the ages of 5 and 11 to get the pfizer covid vaccine. the final hurdle, cdc approval next week. a huge relief to some parents. >> any way that we can make it safer and keep them in school i think is worth it. >> many others say not so fast. >> my child, however, she has a whole lot of allergies and i fear that. >> so when will the shot be available and why so many hesitancy? the blame game. the new mexico sheriff
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overseeing the investigation into that deadly movie set shooting said he has more questions for the armorer on the set of "rust." >> i appreciate the statement given by ms. gutierrez-reed. i think it raises more questions than it does answers. >> the latest on the investigation and whether anyone will face charges. and hallow-weekend ghosts and ghouls, super heroes and witches will all be out in force tomorrow night. but what if you aren't ready. with less than 36 hours to go, we have you covered for last minute costumes that will get you trick or treating in style. today, saturday october 30th, 2021. >> happy halloween from stat ten island, new york. >> thank you for making the last 43 halloweens amazing for your children and grandchildren. >> we are the will kirstjen
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nielsen -- willkins family and we're celebrating our daughter's birthday on october 31st. >> we're the rashi's from bloomington, indiana and we want to say happy halloween to our friends at the today show. >> and happy birthday to our mom. ♪♪ great costumes. they are ready for halloween. we love our crowd, love their costumes. good morning, welcome back to "today" on a saturday morning. joe fryer is here while peter continues in rome. joe, i have to ask you, are you ready for halloween? >> if you are not ready i did four or five costume changes in a matter of minutes so you can put together a costume at home without leaving your house. >> margot is ready, john and i are not. first we want to get to today's news. and the news parents have been waiting for the in the fight
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against covid with the fda authorizing the pfizer vaccine for kids ages 5 to 11. just one more step to go before kids can get the shots in this arms. kathy park is in new york with more on the breaking news. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, the fda decision is a game changer, it paves the way for the cdc to weigh in for final endorsement. the agency is expected to sign off so doctor's offices, hospitals, and clinics are preparing for next week. this morning a break through in getting kids back to their normal lives. the fda authorizing pfizer's low-dose covid vaccine for children ages 5 to 11. the decision coming days after an advisory committee voted in favor of recommending the vaccine. which pfizer says is 91% effective at preventing severe infection. >> vaccines are one of our greatest tools in the fight against this pandemic and making sure younger children in our population now have access to
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them is a high priority. >> reporter: roughly 28 million kids could be eligible for their first shot as early as next week. after a final sign off from the cdc. more than 25,000 pediatric and primary care offices are ready for the rollout along with pharmacies and community clinics. new york city has ordered 231,000 doses. >> we'll be up in running in 24 hours after getting the approval. in virginia they're prepared to vaccinate up to 500 kids a day. >> we give kids stress balls, distractions, bring in costumed characters. >> reporter: while some families are anxious. >> any way to keep them safer and keep them in school is worth it. >> reporter: others are holding back. a survey found that more than two-thirds of parents are going to wait or will never get their
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5 to 11-year-olds vaccinated. >> my child has a lot of allergies and i fear that. >> reporter: while the nation shows signs of pulling out of the pandemic, the u.s. intelligence committee released a report friday revealing the origins of covid may remain a mystery. analysts unable to conclude whether the virus spread naturally or leaked from a lab. and also this morning here in new york city, one of the nation's strictest covid vaccine mandates is in effect. city workers who didn't receive at least one of the vaccine will be placed on unpaid leave starting monday just hours after friday's deadline at least six fire companies closed reportedly the result of a sick out staged by firefighters pushing back on the mandate. >> kathy park, thank you. also this morning president biden is meeting with world leaders right now for the g20 economic meeting. let's head back to peter in rome for more. hey, peter. >> joe, this is the first in
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person g20 gathering in two years due to the pandemic. the leaders are expected to endorse a corporate tax, it's significant because it could help pay for the president's massive spending plans at home. president biden and other leaders this morning and the next day are expected to discuss expanding access to covid vaccines to resolving supply chain shortages as well. it follows a day of devotion and diplomacy for mr. biden meeting for 75 minutes in private with pope francis on friday. president biden said the pope praised him as a good catholic. he said the issue of abortion did not come up yesterday and the pope said he should keep receiving communion. that has been a source of controversy with u.s. bishoping arguing that catholic politicians who support abortion rights should be denied abortion. the vatican statement did not mention the topic.
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president biden looking to rebuild trust in a meeting yesterday with the french president emmanuel macron after the u.s. angered france by signing a submarine deal with australia. the president admitting his administration made a mistake, calling it, quote, clumsy. the president's next stop is a worldwide climate conference in glasgow, our next stop as well. joe, back to you. >> peter, thank you so much. it's time for a weekend morning boost. kristen, you have the honor this morning. >> i do. this is a good one. you'll like it. this was the dream of a lifetime for one 97-year-old tennis player from the ukraine. rafael nadal made it come true. he took to the court to volley with them, who did a good job of keeping up with the world's number 5 men's player. rafa also posed for a nice photo with him. the older man is the world
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office saying there are more questions than answers. this morning defenses are up as people on the set of "rust" begin pointing fingers. lawyers representing the person in charge of guns say hannah gutierrez-reed has falsely portrayed and slandered writing the set would never have been compromised if live ammo was not introduced and she has no idea where the live rounds came from. but the sheriff said they need to hear more. >> we appreciate the statement by ms. gutierrez-reed i think it raises more questions than answers. >> reporter: the 24-year-old along with assistant director dave halls at the center of the investigation. they handled a revolver like this one before giving it to alec baldwin who fired the shot who killed halyna hutchins. as an expert is it hard to fathom how the armorer doesn't know how live ammo ended up in
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the weapon? >> that's their job. >> reporter: her attorneys writing she was hired on two positions on this film which made it extremely difficult to focus on her job as an armorer, she fought for training but was ultimately overruled by production and her department. though sources close to production tell nbc news they held four training days, gutierrez-reed never worked in the same position at the same time. >> it's possible there were too many things that went wrong to blame on one person. that's what happened in the brandon lee shooting death in 1993. investigators concluded there was plenty of negligence but it was so spread out among the crew that no one person was charged. >> reporter: the tragedy now having widespread impacts. abc's show "the rookie" announced it will no longer allow live weapons on set with 80,000 people signing a petition
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to ban them industry wide. >> given that they look identical, why would you bring a real gun onto set when you can use a prop gun? >> reporter: new mexico's governor is calling for a comprehensive look for safety protocols within the industry and promises if nothing is changed the state will take action. >> emily, thanks. we want to check back in with samara. i know you track the wild weather on the east coast this holiday weekend. >> this storm is breaking records, heavy rain in parts of the mid atlantic and northeast. today making its way to new england. we'll see heavier rains pushing into connecticut, massachusetts into vermont. here's the good news. sunday, 8:00 p.m., notice how it's already pulled out of new york, the mid atlantic, pushing through new england. so that's good news for the trick or treaters sunday night. but, of course, we have to get through the rain it's going to drop before then. portland, maine to boston, 1 to
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3 inches of rain possible. as far as the rest of the country, doing any festivities today, things look quiet towards texas, cold to the northwest with temperatures in the upper 30s and low 40s. towards the east coast we are seeing the rain move out just in and it's 6:15 right now. we are starting to get some fog, also cloud cover around the bay area. 58 degrees in the valleys. we'll be topping out in the mid-60s and a couple of upper 60s. overall we'll see a cooler dry day ahead with a return of clouds and going to linger through the afternoon. 60 degrees in san jose, 65 in oakland. 63 in san francisco, 62 in half-moon bay. not worried about the wind or the rain through the weekend. >> that's your local forecast. kristen, joe, back to you. >> thank you. and still ahead, are you ready for halloween? if not we have great last minute
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we are back on a spooky saturday with a question. do you have your halloween costume set to go? >> if you don't, you're in luck. this week i caught up with the queen of halloween, meghan murphy, for some creative ideas you can whip up in time for halloween. when you're looking for a last minute halloween costume, what's the name of the game? >> i think it's all about a little punny business. because we have to pull this off by tomorrow. okay. are you ready for me? we're about to get silly up in here. >> i'm all in with the silly. >> yes. okay. so ifapron, a
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chef's hat, you add an iron, suddenly you are iron chef. >> tada! >> i think we cooked up good clean fun with this costume. >> it works well for me because i'm not a good chef but i love to iron. >> this iron comes in handy for our next costume. so everybody knows about hashtag throwback thursday from social media. this is throw your back thursday. and the key is you need a back brace and the word thursday on your shirt. i used the iron from iron chef to iron on the letters. if you have a marker, stickers, write it on top get your back brace and you're good to go. >> you have to sell it. >> hamming it up is nonnegotiable on this costume. >> speaking of puns. >> if if you have some candy, i
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have a smarties idea for you. sparty pants. you get it? you double stick tape some candies to your pants and then up your costume iq with a few key props, your nerd glasses, bow tie, suspenders and this book which doubles as a candy trap. >> this one is easy to make, too. >> super simple. you can do it with things around the house. >> i think you have one more that's really going to rock. bonjour. >> oui. so this is french kiss. all you need is a concert t and a barre and there you have it. >> we have some french bred, which is the perfect segue for our next costume for kids. >> yeah. we have our breadwinner. we cash loaded drew with this
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fresh baguette we gave him medals, sweat bands, and he's the ultimate breadwinner. and you know what else is a winning idea? we'll put some party clothes on and find out. here we have our party animal. all do you is add some animal ears, party paraphernalia and you are ready to party. >> can i join the party? >> yeah! >> woo. >> adorable. >> i just realized we didn't do costume ideas for 4 1/2 month holds. >> that's okay. margot has two, she has her pumpkin outfit and also princess leia. i think we're torn one today, one tomorrow. >> use the weekend to your advantage. >> john and i still don't have costumes. >> now you do.
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on nbc news now. peter we'll see you back here next weekend but you have a lot more work and pasta to eat. is that your next stop? be honest. >> i was going to say it's lunchtime here, a gorgeous 72 degree day in rome, if i can keep it off the white shirt today it'll be a success. hoping to find some good nutella to bring home to my girls. >> bring us recipe >> as.nd good morning, thank you for joining us on this saturday, october 30th, i am kira klapper.
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people in marin county will soon be able to go maskless. they'll be the first indoor bay area county stop refiring masking. you must be vaccinated. marin county health leaders report 80% of their population is vaccinated and hospitalizations remained low.u mandates are still in place. your face must remained covered. with all these new allowances, businesses still have the option to require masks. happening today, in-n-outs protest of a different kind this week.
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this week in-n-outs shut out dining locations in contra costa. let's check in with vianey arana for a quick look at our forecast. >> a nice weekend because we'll be a little bit cooler but it will be cloudy. great day to enjoy the outdoors. live look right now in san francisco. current temperatures in the 50s. 57 degrees in san jose. 57 in oakland. we'll stick to those 50s at least to the next hour or so. take a look at how we'll fair out into the afternoon. upper 60s, we bump up by 10 degrees. san jose area, 68 degrees. milpitas 69 and it's not going to be windy, rainy, it's going to be ideal to spend outdoors. 67 degrees in danville, 66 degrees in hayward. it's a clear day for a pumpkin patch around san mateo. in the city mid-60s for san francisco. we'll keep the dry den conditio
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for today. enjoy it. we have a system that's approaching the bay area. that's going to bring back our next chance of rein around here in the region. i will go into details at 7:00 a.m. >> it's 6:29 on the nose. coming up this morning on today in the bay, now that the warriors are in san francisco, some may be wondering if there is a market or enough fan for a team in oakland. we'll tell you about the push nba legends is making. we'll have all that and four top stories coming up. good to see you then, in the meantime we'll send you back to the "today" show.
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