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good morning. breaking news. tense talk. president obama goes one-on-one with vladamir putin overnight. the leaders clashing on everything from cyber security tosia as the president admits to gaps of trust between the world powers. show of support. a star soccer player kneels during the national anthem. a nod to colin kaepernick. the president weighing in on that controversy as well. >> i think he cares about some real legitimate issues that have to be talked about. >> this morning the growing backlash against the quarterback and the sudden spike in his jersey sales. holiday headache.
coast but poses a threat. millions under storm warnings with flooding, gusty winds and strong rip currents expected. and, sprint to the finish. with the election 64 days away, hillary clinton and donald trump begin the last leg in their battle for the white house. as bill clinton takes a break from campaigning to hang with beyonce. today, monday, september 5th, 2016. from nbc news this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to "today." 7:00 a.m. on the west coast on this labor day monday morning. i'm willie geist along side tamron hall. >> quite an image to show you hillary clinton returning to the campaign trail with a new plane, her campaign slogan right on the
home strej for both campaigns. >> donald trump has his plane, she has hers. more ahead. let's begin with the current president speaking out following a key meeting with vladamir putin on the sideline of the summit in china. ron, go morning. >> reporter: a long day of talks for president obama what turned out to be a 90-minute session with vladamir putin. candid, blunt. they failed to reach agreement tease suffering there and the blood shed. president obama said he confronted the leader about cyber hacking, in the u.s. mr. obama said he's trying to keep the situation in perspective and not escalate it. >> we've had problems with cyber intrusions from russia in the past, what we cannot do is have a situation in which suddenly this becomes the wild, wild west.
russian hackers trying to influence the presidential election. he made a pitch for the trade deal he wants in this part of the world, a deal both candidates run forge president obama. mr. obama will become the first sitting u.s. president to visit, a mission he says is to rebuild trust. back to you. >> ron allen starting us off in china. thanks. during his news conference president am the ongoing controversy with san francisco 49ers quarterback colin kaepernick, his decision to kneel in the national anthem in protest to police brutality and racial injustice hit with heavy criticism. gadi schwartz has the latest. >> reporter: good morning. the president weighing in on the kaepernick controversy saying sometimes these conversations are messy but they are the way democracy works.
knee. from sitting to kneeling, colin kaepernick silence sideline protest now catching the attention of the president. this morning while speaking at the g20 summit president obama said kaepernick was exercising his constitutional right. >> when it comes to the flag and national anthem and the meaning that holds for our men and women in uniform and those who fought for us, you know, that is a tough thing for them to get past. to then hear what his deeper concerns are. >> reporter: kaepernick's protest has spread igniting both anger and support. the local police union threatening to boycott games with the police chief quick to disagree, saying officers will
issue with kaepernick's actions he supported his constitutional right to protest. u.s. soccer star megan rapinoe also knelt before her game on sunday saying it was a little nod to the quarterback and everything he is standing for right now. meanwhile, a close look at kaepernick's post show his decision to sit out the anthem followed a dramatic shift in the tone of his posts that started around october of last year. that's when pictures mostly of consistent posts about racial injustice, police shootings and historic quotes and speeches on inequality. the quarterback even taking to instagraham in explanation about the socks depicting pigs in police uniforms saying it was in protest of rogue cops. the sale of his jersey has spiked going from 20th to number one in the nfl store on clearance last season now flying
kaepernick has publicly pledged $1 million to charities that help fight facial injustice but has yet to offer specifics on where that money is going to go. tamron, willie. >> thank you. >> now to the holiday weather and hermine's impact on the labor day plans for millions up and down the east coast. the storm whipping up dangerous storm surge. first, gabe gutierrez is out on the east end of long island here in new york. >> reporter: good morning. hermine is meandering off the coast, there is a tropical storm warning in effect for this area, no rain is expected but there are strong winds and dangerous rip currents in the forecast. all this forcing swimmers out of the water on this labor day. after slogging through the south, and the mid-atlantic, this morning hermine is spinning off the northeast coast, kicking up dangerous waves and rip
>> the piece of the storm lower than they predicted so we can imagine that some of these effects will last through wednesday. >> reporter: long island under threat of storm surges. this a view from the cruise ship anthem of the seas. new jersey to delaware to maryland the dangerous conditions keeping swimmers out of the water even with sunny skies sunday. >> people didn't think it was going to be this nice but as you can see it's not a day to go swimming. saturday's washout the financial hit already stinging on this labor day. the shop owner estimates hermine cost him 80% of business. >> before school starts, so it's a big deal. you can't fight mother nature. >> reporter: virginia hit hard by weekend flooding, and after
still surveying the damage. as the storm's torrential rain led to swollen rivers and new flooding sunday. hermine's aftermath not over. at least two deaths blamed on this storm, one in florida, the other in north carolina. today, some coastal communities are preparing for the possibility of more flooding while other vacationers are trying to make the best of it this labor day. >> gabe in montauk, thanks. >> dylan is in for awi on the storm and the holiday outlook. >> interesting mix of things. the storm is really offshore. it's more of a coast of thing. we're still looking at some of the clouds working in. some of that gusty wind is starting to work in as well as this storm tries to move farther to the north and west. keep in mind, it still has winds of 70 miles per hour so most of the effects of the rain will be felt across nantucket, cape cod, maybe into southern and eastern parts of rhode island. but the storm itself is going to
mid-atlantic saw a lot of sunshine this weekend, it's really more of a beach thing. you really need to stay out of the water because now from north carolina all the way into new england, that's where rip currents are going to be dangerous. we do still have tropical storm warnings for parts of long island, also into southern new england. we have the potential of the storm surge w. this storm out here it pushes this water onshore and we skild from about 1 to 3 feet of water above the normal high tide. that's wheu coastal flooding and beach erosion. mild to moderate flooding. the winds, most of our windiest conditions with gusts to 45 miles per hour will be across eastern long island and southern new england. we'll still see wind gusts near 25 to 30 miles per hour along the rest of nouj into new york city too. rain is not so much an issue with about an inch and a half. it's weird to talk about this hermine but not so much the
>> problems out there. dylan, thank you. with the election over two months away now labor day marks the start of the final push in the presidential race. kristen welker is on the campaign trail in cleveland. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. hillary clinton will be back out on the campaign trail here in cleveland after taking several days off for fundraising. donald trump will also be here in cleveland today. he's making a new push for african-american voters and also getting new questions about his immigration polind he still supports mass deportations, this race kicking into high gear. with the national polls tightening hillary clinton is ramping up, looking to solidify support in ohio today with tim kaine by her side. she's also sending a team of surrogates to other states, bill clinton, bernie sanders and the vice president. and this morning there is ongoing fallout after the fbi released notes from their 3 1/2
saying more than 3 dozen times she couldn't remember something including some briefings on how to handle sensitive information. and that she didn't know the letter c on an e-mail went confidential. kaine defending her. >> what these notes demonstrate is in very significant detail why the fbi chose not to go forward with any additional proceedings. >> reporter: all fodder for republicans. >> more evidence that hillary candidate for president. >> reporter: as donald trump makes a push to court african-american voters who prefer clinton on saturday trump visited a black church for the first time. >> i'm here to listen to your messable. >> reporter: protesters said the outreach is too little too late. trump's efforts may also be complicated by one of his top surrogates, mark burns,
bachelors degree from a college where he only attended one semester. this was wrong, i wasn't truthful then and i have to take full responsibility for my actions. meanwhile, trump is facing criticism over his fiery immigration speech from arizona republican senator jeff flake. >> arizona should still be a red state but donald trump with the rhetoric he's used and the characterizations of you know, many of the state's population, have put the state in play. >> reporter: trump firing back calling flake very weak, and ineffective. it is a big day for the clinton campaign, secretary clinton is going to be making her maiden voyage on her plane with the press for the first time, you see her, these are live pictures of her shaking hands before she boards the plane. this is in west chester, new york, about to take off for cleveland. now, this comes amid criticism she hasn't been accessible
it is yet another indication that this race is heading into the home stretch. willie, tamron. >> kristen welker, thank you. >> john is the chief washington correspondent for cnbc. good morning. >> happy labor day. >> let's launch in. we see the poll numbers, the headlines. what is the state of the race now in this home stretch? >> hillary clinton has the advantage. the edge has come off of the post-convention lead she built when she had a strong conventi making mistakes. but she is ahead not only nationally and most of the battleground states. the onus is on donald trump to make something happen, to change the dynamic and he's got two months. >> where are the opportunities to change that dynamic? if you look at all of the measures of campaigns he is outspent, 10-1. he doesn't have the ground game obviously in swing states that hillary clinton has. how does he change the dynamic? >> well, right willie, he doesn't have the ground game, he
has in a popular president barack obama, of former president bill clinton, biden, all the ones kristin mentioned. the one opportunity that donald trump has is the three presidential debates, those start late this month. and donald trump has got to come across in a way that adds to the level of support that he has and stops subtracting and thing likes the argument with jeff flake is the kind of thing that he needs not to do in order to make progress. you look at the month of august for both candidates with hillary clinton, the fbi report, the clinton foundation, with donald trump stumbling over how to reach out to minorities, and also his immigration speech which even his campaign is still split over where he stands on mass deportation. with all of that you hear people say this does boil down to sadly what they see as a lesser of two evils. is that going to be the argument
or other person i should say. >> yes. we have two unpopular nominees who both have significant problems. now, donald trump's problems are just bigger than hillary clinton's. that's why she is ahead. so you see last week the revelation of those fbi interview notes which turned attention to the question about her e-mails, did she tell truth and what couldn't she remember. on the other hand you had a story about donald trump paying a fine for an illegal contribution from his family foundation thats with misreported to the irs. so, everything that hillary clinton, all of the baggage she's carrying, is matched by baggage that donald trump is carrying. >> we are definitely in the home stretch. remember the days when we kept saying there is so much time. a lot of time ahead. >> not much left. >> indeed. thank you so much. something else to watch in the president race this week the first joint candidate event of
to talk national security. and veterans issues during a special commander in chief forum. watch it live on wednesday night, 8:00 eastern on nbc and msnbc. >> breaking overnight rescuers searching for survivors this morning after a structure collapsed in tel aviv. officials say several people are trapped, at least two people killed. more than 20 others injured. members of the military have been called in. the structure was the office building that's under construction. no word yet on what caused that collapse. dylan is back with the rest of our forecast today. >> we've got hermine in the northeast and out west we're actually enjoying nice weather, sunshine today from seattle to oregon into california, we do have mountain snow likely across parts of the higher elevations of montana. above 6500 feet. temperaturewise, it's going to be pretty nice.
oregon about -- bedford, about 81, san francisco 65. it's going to be cooler than average especially back through the northern rockies where temperatures could be 10 to 15 degrees below average. elsewhere, besides that mountain snow we have this cold front, this is going to trigger a slight risk of stronger storms especially minneapolis-st. paul and sioux city, looking at the chance of seeing isolated tornados, large hail, damaging wind gusts and your torrential downpours too. it is starting to heat up average in the 80s and lower 90s. some thunderstorms today likely along the gulf coast, we could see heavier downpours near most of southern louisiana, also southern florida. we'll likely see some of the heavier rain in the northeast we still have hermine sitting out over the water, so even if the sun is shining in maryland and delaware, rip currents are still going to be dangerous. we'll see rain across most of southeast massachusetts.
and that's your latest forecast. >> thank you very much. coming up, the parents of the little boy who was killed by an alligator at disney world speak publicly for the first time. >> and one group that cares for chip pan zees using medical research. this is "today" on nbc. door morning, this is "today" on nbc. . first, this is for seniors like barbara, social security makes a difference every month. but for the wall street types who've given congressman joe heck's campaigns over $500,000, social security could mean billions of dollars in fees. that's what privatizing social security means and why joe heck and wall street support it. under heck's privatization plan,
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paradise 74 and below the normal, 92 degrees, tons of sunshine and the best part, we don't have to deal with the winds over the weekend. they will be lighter, 95 tuesday and wednesday and we'll slowly warm back up to the triple digits but the low triple digits by next weekend. >> kim: all right, kelly, thank you. we have a local teenager you're about to meet, and he is fortunate to still be with us. he was hit by a car and dragged underneath the car right in front of his homea fortunate to have made it. he has a long road to recovery. you're seeing him from his hospital bed. he's 16 years old, named anthony. he was headed to the gym when he was hit with a injured spine and cracked bones and the driver stayed on scene but that person only issued a ticket and they are investigating if the person
back now 7:30 on this monday morning, september 5th, 2016. it's of course labor day. a nice happy crowd hanging with us on rockefeller plaza. we'll say hello people in a minute. >> inside studio 1a here's a look at today's headlines. remnants of hermine impacting holiday plans up and down the east coast. rip currents expected from the mid-atlantic to new england. hillary clinton returns to the campaign trail today. on her agenda, attending a labor day festival in cleveland with union leaders and workers. donald trump's running mate mike
theresa. more than 120,000 people attended the event. this summer's tragic alligator attack at disney world is back in the headlines this morning. the parents of the little boy who was killed speaking publicly about their son's death for the first time. nbc's kerry sanders has more on what they had to say. ke ron. saturday would have been lane graves third birthday and in the small close knit community of elkorn, nebraska, family and friends gathered for a celebration of little lane's life. this morning the heartbroken parents of lane graves who was killed in a horrifying alligator attack in disney world speaking out for the first time since the tragedy. >> anybody that knows me knows
honor him. >> reporter: honoring him on would have been his third birthday. >> his mommy needed to say happy birthday, laney. we miss you, buddy. >> reporter: amid a sea of blue balloons and m & m cookies hundreds turned out saturday showing their love for the family by forming themselves into the shape of a heart. >> it's an opportunity for people to come and show the family how much they're praying for are supporting them. >> reporter: the family was on vacation at disney world. the little boy building a sand castle on the shore's edge of the seven seas lagoon when without warning a seven-foot alligator rose up from the water and grabbed him. lane's father, matt, jumped into the water reaching into the gator's mouth trying to save his son but it was just too powerful. pulling the boy down. >> we often speak about how lucky we were to have spent two
complete family. >> since the tragedy, disney built a stone wall around the lagoon. >> lane and ella used to say to their mommy and daddy they loved you up to the sky and to the grass. we love you up to heaven and down to the grass. happy birthday, buddy. we miss you. >> reporter: just so sad. in previous statements the family has said that they do not tamron? >> heartbreaking. kerry sanders, thank you so much. >> let's get a check of the weather from dylan in this morning for al. >> we are going to see some storms today especially up near minneapolis-st.paul. we have heavy rain moving through this morning. that could create some delays at the airport early on. then we'll get a break and we could see more storms redevelop later on this afternoon.
we can't rule out an isolated tornado as long as that cold front is moving eastward. not moving eastward very quickly. even as we go into tuesday, it's still lingering around the upper midwest. we're looking at more strong storms possible tomorrow as well. and also some torrential downpours with some of these storms that are popping up. we could end up in and around green bay with as much as four inches of rain. it could come down in a short period of time if you happen to get stuck under one of those storm cells. something to keep in mind through the day today. 80s and 90s. it's also going to be in close to 90-degree range through the ohio river valley. heavier storms possible along the gulf coast and into southern florida. the west coast looks quiet. temperatures in the 60s and 70s. >> kelly: lots of sunshine.
the high 92. overnight tonight looking at clear skies, cooler temperatures. the lows going down to 70 with winds shifting to the west at 5-10. lots more sunshine tomorrow with a high >> don't forget you can always find your forecast on the weather channel. >> all right, dylan. thank you very much. coming up, wait until you hear what caused former presidential hopeful ben carson to walk off in the middle of a live interview. identify that. and the controversy battle over who is responsible for the i'll call you back. is this my car? state farm knows that for every one of those moments... what? this is ridiculous! there's one of these... sam, i gotta go... is this my car? what? this is ridiculous! this can't be happening! this can't be happening! oh, it's happening sweetheart. oh, it's happening sweetheart. shut up!
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. >> dana: hi, there. 7:56 on this labor day, and hopefully, you're not laboring on this labor day. the weather just about perfect to be outside. kelly curran, what a beautiful morning it is out there today. >> i know. tons of sunshine and very pleasant temperatures, too. here's a look at what we're boulder city, you're coming in at 77 and pahrump coming in at 68 degrees, that is what our reporting station has. here's what we're expecting for rest of the week, today, 92 degrees, lots of sunshine, the temperatures remaining below the triple digits mark during the week but slowly creeping up and, in fact, we'll get back into the triple digits by the weekend, but it's low triple digits and normal for this time of the year and still 98 degrees. >> looking good.
meanwhile, a lot of you are laboring to get home on this labor day. maybe you're watching this from a las vegas hotel room planning to drive back to los angeles or san diego. well, it's estimated that 14% of you are enjoying this holiday and you plan to enjoy today, too, that means you'll return to your destination tomorrow on september 6th so you don't have to wait in long lines on interstate 15 this morning. 60% of people drove to destinations to their holiday weekend up by 10% and low gas prices probably the reason for that. reba mcintyre and brooks and dunn, when it comes to las vegas, they love it here. no end in sight for their shows with separate interviews with "rolling stone" magazine, they were asked if they have plans to
they plan to we sent him here to fix it. but congressman joe heck became part of the problem. wall street invested over a half-million dollars in congressman heck's campaigns,
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it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, labor day beach bust. millions of beachgoers on alert this holiday as hermine barrels up the coast. now set to bring a dangerous storm surge to the northeast. we are live also end of summer savings, all the best deals this labor day weekend, including back to school buys that can save you some serious cash. and flipping out, we're kicking off our week of guinness world records with a self-taught gymnast who will back flip into a pair of pants live on the plaza. today, monday september 5th, 2016. ?
hello, d.c., we're celebrating 60 with "today." >> she's turning 75 today. ? ? >> happy labor day from north carolina. >> sending our love back to austin. >> we're from greece. we're at "today." ? and welcome back to "today" on this labor day morning. matt, savannah, the rest of the gang have the holiday off. willie geist, tamron hall, dylan dreyer with you this morning. >> very nice crowd. thank you for coming out. we have a lot to get to in this half hour beginning with the news at 8:00. we begin this morning with
i'm morgan radford live in new jersey and beachgoers were washed this weekend from labor day weekend because the water is so strong. in fact, new york beaches remain closed this weekend and all along the new jersey shore you can see red flags posted which means you can look but you can't touch because these waves are much more deadly than they appear. dangerous currents and violent rip tides creating a holiday headache for beachgoers. skies don't always mean calm waters. >> what would you feel if you were in the water right now? >> being washed around like a washing machine and just pummeled. >> reporter: coastal towns like belmar, new jersey, refusing to take any chances with hermine. >> right now we were in a preventive mode, we'd rather be overprepared for something that may happen as opposed to being caught off guard. >> reporter: berms like this are man-made barriers built of sand designed to keep surging waves from flooding the streets. this one runs about a mile long
boardwalk and all these homes here along the oceanfront. residents still shaken after superstorm sandy four years ago. >> where i am now the water would probably be up to my neck. >> reporter: after rebuilding her flooded home she's ready to do whatever it takes to stay safe. >> everything get raised now. i'd rather err on the side of caution. >> reporter: while some areas have yet to experience hermine's wrath it was anything but smooth sailing for those on board this the royal caribbean's anthem of the seas tlashd by winds more than 100 miles per hour, the ship's passengers now safely past the storm. while residents already on solid ground, hope for the best but prepare for the worst. three new jersey counties remain under state of emergency this morning, meanwhile lifeguards say they are going to come out here and i ses the conditions to see if swimmers can get back in
in with your beach patrol before you take any chances with these currents. >> thank you very much. today president obama and russian president vladimir putin agree to keep seeking a ceasefire agreement in syria. the two met on the sidelines of an economic summit in china even as new bombings in syria killed more than 40 people. the immediate aim is getting help to thousands of civilians who are struggling amid syria's civil war. >> we have had some productive conversations about what a cessation of a hostilities would look like that would allow us both, the united states and russia, to focus our attention on common enemies like isil. >> the president said he and president putin also talked about cyber security, although he wouldn't go into details. he heads next to laos where he hopes to strengthen ties. a bike race that ended
a man described by some as the worst fan ever ran out and pulled a barrier in front of two cyclists. two of them were going at full speed when they hit it and fell. the man apparently was the father of a rider who felt earlier in the race he was angry that organizers did not stop the race to allow his son to rejoin the field. >> helicopter parent? >> to say the least. up next, a holiday shopping bonanza, where you have filed the best deals this labor day. lash. is this ad sending teens the wrong message? and the chances of a sequel to the devil wears prada and why one star says count me out. we will tell you who said that. but first these messages. over there's good. so, how much longer you think this will take? i'll over-explain the process, then give you an unrealistic timeline. i'll nod in agreement so my wife thinks i understand what you're saying. i look forward to questioning your every move. okay, well i'll leave your house in shambles and disappear for six months.
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midnight, it's ten forty-three. well, let's have a ten forty-three snack. quietly, though. okay. yeah. mmmm. shhhh. the family favorite. yoplait. what do you call yogurt that comes in amazing flavors and packs 6 grams of protein per serving? yoplait original. ? ? we're back at 8:09 with the deep discounts on store and online today. jolene kent is here with the labor day sales that can save you serious cash. >> good to see you. >> back to school season is fully under way right now but we found great deals that you might want to know about starting with school supplies. >> let's dig in. >> you may be trying to figure out what you need right now. we have hp printers, on sale at
$200 off the of the hp personal computer. if you're bulking up, especially for college. over at best buy i love this deal, $100 off of macbooks. $100 off mac books and you never see that happen and 40 off compact bridge. stocking up for the dorm room, may be the right deal for you. they are labor day sales. it's not quite black friday. it's not cyber-monday but a great day >> let's move back as you move backwards in heels. the unofficial end of summer so we can add summer gear to our list. >> what's happening at a lot of stores is they are clearing out inventories getting ready to put snow blowers in. over at overstock you can see there are a lot of outdoor furniture on sale up to 70% off everything that's seasonal. we're talking about deck chairs you might be envying at your friend's barbecue get those on
well. keep moving. everything summer is leftover. what else can we get in terms of clothes. >> summer clothes, things have been on sale since july now. it feels like everything is on sale all the time. at kohl's extra 20% on marked down stuff. feel good about buying that swimsuit you wanted and put it away for next summer. there's also deals at last call by neiman marcus. luxury bags. all kinds of nice >> that's a big one. >> i heard these. one i confess to not having heard before. mattress sales on labor day. >> you should never pay full price for a mattress. 50% off almost every mattress. you also have sears running good sales. what you should know is when you walk into a place to buy mattress, you're testing it out, make sure you like it.
check your phone. look online. see what other discounts are out there. there are so many places. these are just two of them. >> most in the store also online. jo ling kent great to see you. >> thanks for having me. >> let's head over to dylan for a check of the forecast. >> literally just paid full price for a mattress. not feeling good about that. taking a look at hermine now which is still out over the water and will remain out over the water. it's going to produce more co although we are starting to see cloudiness thicken up across southern massachusetts. now, we are going to see some rain, nantucket has the best chance of heavier rain. that stretches into martha's vineyard. as far as new york city and most of connecticut, even most of rhode island, you won't see a lot of rain with this system. winds are still up to 70 miles an hour. as it continues on this northwestward track as it gets closer to land, we're still looking at those dangerous rip currents and also beach erosion
possibility we could end up with one to three-foot storm surge closer you are to the center of that storm. so that's why the water is more of an issue that rain falling from the sky. let's look at what's going on across the rest of the country. huge ridge in the jet stream allows temperatures to warm up across the eastern half of the country. in the pacific northwest, temperatures are actually running about 10 to 20 degrees below average and even across the higher elevations across montanave snow. that's how cold that way. anything but cold across indianapolis by wednesday we're topping out around 90 degrees. raleigh lower 90s. new york city will be in the 90s by the time we get to thursday. atlanta stays hot in the 90s and in jacksonville upper 80s and lower 90s. slight risk of stronger storms today through the upper midwest especially minneapolis-st.paul today and again tomorrow. large hail, damaging winds and isolated tornadoes are possible. keep an eye out to the sky out
>> kelly: lots of sunshine. winds have gotten lighter. the high 92. overnight tonight looking at clear skies, cooler temperatures. the lows going down to 70 with winds shifting to the west at 5-10. lots more sunshine tomorrow with a high >> that's your latest forecast. >> all right, dylan. it's time now, are you ready for a little bit of "trending"? i like it. here we go. it's labor day. i am wearing white. we all know where the conversation is certainly headed. so we bring this age old debate up every single labor day. first, brief history lesson in fashion if you will. where did this rule come from?
white was a status symbol. i did not know that. only upper class could afford likely colored clothing to help them stay cool in the summer. after labor day, most people packed away those colors and brought out darker colored garments for the winter. we're still talking about whether white clothing is okay after labor day. thoughts? >> i know you tend to think it's fine to wear whatever whenever. o skirt anymore. it is one of my only skirts that fits right now. >> what do you think? >> i think wear what you like to wear. whatever feels good. you taught me something this morning. it's not about the color. it's about the material. >> you don't want to wear white cotton in november or white linen but white wool, people call it winter white to make themselves feel better. in the end, i mean, this dress actually is a fall dress.
it's a fall dress. >> tamron hall says wear your whites year-round. >> i will judge you. you don't want to wear white jeans. in my opinion, but call anna winter. >> can i wear cutoff jean shorts in the fall? >> only if they're daisy dukes. ben carson experiencing a feeling we all had. the feeling where you misplaced something. the panic hit and you drop everything to go look for it. that what happened to carson during an interview on cnn when he remembered he didn't have his luggage. check it out. >> you say you learneded a lot of things. what did you take away from today? >> my luggage. hold on. >> okay. looks like dr. carson is going to try to find his luggage and will be right back with us. >> i want that to be my ring tone. >> it's a serious and fair
>> panicking feeling when you realize you left something some place else. i don't have my purse. >> once he determined his luggage was safe and sound, he carson came back to finish the interview. good for him. wells fargo released this brochure to promote the upcoming teen financial educational day. the brochure features a girl with a caption a ballerina yesterday and an engineer today and one says shame on you from discouraging careers in the arts. i did and i couldn't be happier. wells fargo released a statement saying wells fargo is deeply committed to the arts and offer our sincere apology for ads promoting our teen financial education day. they were intended to celebrate the aspirations of young people and fell short of that goal.
i think it will continue. >> what do we count as a group of people? >> that's the thing. >> something can trend on twitter and be 1,000 people talking about it. just the time of day. >> that's a good point. time of day when these things are popular. >>ur pursue. finally, we have said it once but we're not afraid to say it again. omer phelps, son of michael phelps is the best. in his newest instagram video, he proves why. >> i like it. >> look at the smirk.
boomer has racked up more than 300,000 views with that video. i love that kid. >> i like that. all right. dylan, how about "pop start." >> let's get started with leslie jones. after the "snl" actress' account was hacked, she parted ways with the social media site but now jones made her return tweeting on sunday thanks to my fans and friends. i'm so okay. really. i will always be and i always get back up. jones made the return to twitter just in time for her birthday which is this wednesday so a happy early birthday to leslie and good for her. now to "the devil wears prada." it's a classic to many. it's based off of a book and since the movie's release, she's written sequels fueling rumors that perhaps a movie sequel would follow.
hollywood reporter, tucci says there was a real substance to it. a truly great american studio movie in every way. sometimes it's best to just leave things. if you try to redo it, let's face it, there are few sequels that actually work. at least for tucci it sounds like it won't be any time soon. and schwarzenegger's son is taking the famous actor to task. it first came out in 1984 and made arnold schwarzenegger an icon. more than 30 years later, reprising his father's role in the film. the 18 year old created this bad to the bone scene from the movie. take a look.
>> can't let you take a man's wheels, son. you'll have to get off or i'll have to put you down. >> wow. >> that look. >> copied dad's every move frame by frame. he's a spitting image. that helps also. >> crazy. >> all right. thank you. now to a celebrated chef's fight with food. for two decades mel plate tasting each dish. that brought weight gain. >> i often liken it to a machine or a car. if you put in bad fuel into your body, you're going to get bad results. being healthy is about balance. i love to eat everything that everybody else does.
spicy food. thai food. in 2007, i weighed 347 pounds. i was approaching 40 years old. i had to make a change. one of the real things is not making drastic changes. my journey was -- as chefs you are constantly tasting and every spoonful is probably 50 calories with two or three grams of the fat and over the course of 25 about how many calories you taste without sitting down and having a proper meal. for me when it comes to cutting calories, it's more about heavy vegetables, light protein, extra virgin olive oil. it's not about tasting. it's about how much you taste. drinking whole milk again. drinking less milk. whole grain bread with tuna and not mayonnaise. eating less after 8:30, 9:00,
anymore. lots of water and tea and walking between the restaurants and getting exercise and i try now to do between 12,000 and 14,000 steps a day. small changes like this in the span of six years, seven years, has really turned into about 125 pounds. i know that i wouldn't be doing what i am today if i was still at the weight that i was. i was on good things. >> he looks good. he feels good. i ate at one of his restaurants last weekend, my man can cook. >> i wondered about people in the culinary industry. you have to try it. >> part of the job. just ahead, we're kicking off a week of guinness world records on the plaza with a guy who takes putting on pants to new levels. okay. wait until you see this.
dane din it is labor day. i'm dana wagner. unofficial end to summer. kelly is starting to feel >> kelly: over night lows this morning bottoming out in the upper 60s. temperatures warming up now but still below where we see them this time. summerland 75. 76 rather. paradise 76. henderson 78. and our high is 92. 6 degrees below normasm no gusty wind to contend with. they'll be lighter. temperatures warming throughout
triple digits but the low triple digits. >> dana: we could get in the triple digits in earth early october. 64 days away from election day. early voting starts in 50 days. camp pains ramping up efforts. we know that nevada is a swing state. it is important to the dem the kras and the residence. dem the kras opening a new field office yesterdayn in attendance, california congress woman barbara lee a fold office open in the mosquite and republicans had special saturday sending hundreds of volunteers to canvas neighborhoods and phone banks to reach vote ors. the local veteran who passed last week will be remembered today. service for french legion of
they switch to progressive? did you brush your hair today? yes, mom. why? hmm. no reason. we are back at 8:30 on a monday morning, september 5th, 2016. it's labor day. the unofficial end of summer. we have a phenomenal crowd. i have to give love to this lady. she has 12 children. it's your birthday. >> today is my birthday. yes, 75. >> look at this woman.
your advice. happy birthday, beautiful. so good. coming up, the start of our special week-long series break it today. this guy is about to attempt to get back his guinness world record title. this is an actual record. longest backflip into a pair of pants. >> i could do it if it was a skirt. >> how do you know you could do th so it's a thing. >> a battle. six things you probably have in your home that e.r. doctors refuse to keep in theirs. >> first, dylan has a check of the weather. windy but not as bad as we thought. >> windier across long island and southeastern massachusetts closer to the center of hermine which is still just sitting there. we are looking at more or less the effects along the coast. dangerous rip currents. even if the sun is out especially down through virginia
are still very dangerous. keep that in mind. closer to areas like nantucket and across cape cod, that's where we'll have a best chance of rain and clouds today. also a little windy up to about 20 to 30 to 40-mile-per-hour wind gusts possible. we're looking at that cold front that will produce strong storms true minneapolis-st.paul lingering into tomorrow and bring more heavy in, damaging winds and also the possibility of some large hail. it's warming up across the eastern half of the country. temperatures in the 80s and 90s the desert southwest. we have a tropical system that's going eventually make its way up from the south. that will produce r ahead. >> kelly: lots of sunshine. winds have gotten lighter. the high 92. overnight tonight looking at
the lows going down to 70 with winds shifting to the west at 5-10. lots more sunshine tomorrow with a high >> that's your latest forecast. willie? >> thank you very much. to hidden health hazards you may use every single day. nbc news medical contributor dr. natalie azar is here with six things emergency room doctors homes. always good to see you. happy labor day. we call these one pill killers. >> just so you know, we reached around the country and asked emergency room experts, what are their big things? these are things they see in their emergency room. if you have medicine used to treat heart disease, used to treat diabetes, blood pressure,
pill of these medicines can harm a child to the point of being lethal. we talk about opioid use. when you have medicine that you want to get rid of, put it in something that no one else will want to get to. put it in a plastic baggy and dispose of it in the garbage can. the f and your local government have give back sites. don't put this in garbage can. >> you are taking away my ramen noodles. >> two main reasons why. one is the actual weigh that this is constructed. it has a very narrow base and it's very, very tall. so it tips easily. just structurally that way. the second thing about the noodles themselves, they are very, very sticky.
table, pulls over easily, noodles will get stuck on them and can cause severe enough burns that the child requires surgery. so it's not that you have to get rid of the soup but perhaps manufacturing look for something with a wider base or more importantly keep it out of reach of children. >> keep them in college dorm rooms which is where we need them. >> so one big important thing for viewers, this has nothing to do with the brand of high chair. all high chairs are a culprit he you want to -- you have your baby starting to eat table food. you want your child to feel like they're part of the family so you push the high chair up close to the table. what the little baby can do is use his or her legs and push off against the edge of the table and falls back. apparently you would not imagine how many emergency visits come from children under the age of one who hit their head and get a concussion. number one, have them further
onto the table. we always had that. and most importantly, children can crawl out so make sure your child is strapped in correctly. >> pull it back so they can't reach. >> i don't have one of these in my house. i'm glad now. one of the most hazardous things you can have in the kitchen. look how sharp this blade is. cuts and makes a beautiful it comes with a safety guard. put your food in that and use it. second thing is cleaning it. food can get stuck. it dulls the blade. food can harbor bacteria. one of the biggest reasons people come into the emergency room for lacerations and cuts on their hands. >> button batteries. i get this one. >> kids love to put things in
in your mouth. it's very bright. it looks exactly like maybe a piece of candy. what makes this different, let's say a child swallows a coin like a penny. it's likely going to go down and they'll pass it and they should be okay. what happens with these is that the acid from the batteries can erode through a child's esophagus in as little as two hours. this is a real medical emergency. look at all of the things where you find button batteries. again, please keep these things out of reach of children and way up high. >> one more wave seen a lot in the news lately. detergent pods. >> over and over again. what most people will say is regular detergent is so diluted with water is not dangerous and a little kid can't get detergent in their mouths. look at the color. a child will go for this. extremely toxic because it's so concentrated. children obviously can have gi
danny tarkanian's carrying a lot of baggage. as a real-estate developer, tarkanian was penalized for failing to pay thousands in property taxes. tarkanian was ordered by a judge to repay $17 million in a failed development scheme. tarkanian refused to pay the money back, forcing taxpayers to bail him out,
a tumble and double backflip is a walk in the park for raymond butler. not only is he a self-taught acrobat, he competed on "american ninja warriors" and holds three guinness world record titles. he achieved the first one in 2013 on trutv with the largest backflip into a pair of trousers but his record was broken later that year. today he's loo title for longest backflip into a pair of trousers with a distance of 8 feet 6 inches. hold onto your pants. raymond is here eager to get started along with rob, the official guinness world records adjudicator. we're proud. we are proud of the week we had. another week to impress our viewers. >> another week to celebrate the
>> raymond, how did you acquire this skill? how did you know you could do this? >> just waking up in the morning and putting your pants on. >> how are you feeling about this? conditions good for you? >> conditions are perfect. >> teammates and friends are holding your pants. >> should we give it a shot? >> he officially gets t right? >> that's correct. >> let's go.
>> all right. now, he gets one more trial at this. just a little off. he's right there. >> under the rules he gets another attempt. >> he can have another attempt. that's correct. >> two attempts. >> that's right. >> outstanding. >> his record was broken last year by someone else? >> 2013. the guinness world record. >> he wants some crowd participation. okay. >> does that count?
>> this is good. i can confirm this is a new guinness record! amazing. >> there you go. >> how do you feel? >> i feel amazing. >> what went wrong the first time? >> a little bit >> so you made the adjustment. >> made the adjustment and prayed. >> so you asked the crowd to get involved. you wanted the chants. how does that help you? >> it's just the energy. i feel off everybody's energy. >> how did you feel when you heard your original record had been broken? >> it came as a surprise. i thought i had it. actually, someone broke it.
>> that was incredible. what becomes of these pants now? >> these are my trophy pants. >> congrats to your team. that is so awesome. we'll go for another record tomorrow. meanwhile, up next, 20-minute meals to get you in and out of the kitchen in a flash so you'll have time to properly put on your pants. first, this is "today" on nbc. i'm catherine cortez masto and i approve this message. as a doctor, i see how decisions in washington impact my patients here in nevada. so even though i'm a republican, i won't be voting for joe heck. joe heck's voted ten times to defund planned parenthood, which thousands of women depend on for cancer screenings. and heck opposes a woman's right to choose
i'm telling you, when tomatoes are in season, we are using them every way possible. i've got to tell you, this is my favorite recipe. >> i never had tomato pie. >> honey, you're life will be changed after this segment. we'll start with homemade crust. it's five ingredients. >> when you tell me homemade crust, it doesn't sound fast. >> it's scary but the deal is you can't get out of the parking your premade pie crust in the time that it's going take to you make this. so what we're going to do, one of the things we always want to make sure is we're going to mix butter and flour in here together really well. now, because you're so hot because you know you are, you don't want to overmix that butter in because you'll lose your pretty layers so you literally stick your fingers in the ice water for a few minutes. get them really cold and then work it in so that it doesn't overwork it.
butter? >> as cold as possible. you want your hands to be cold because i don't want them to melt it. >> i'll do that a little bit. >> this is great trick. once you have your dough all rolled out and absolutely beautiful, it's give to move interest from here to here. we're going to roll it onto the rolling pin. look at there. then we'll roll it back out. >> that's beautiful. so we'll press it down just a little bit. it's bigger than our pan which is not a big deal. >> we'll cut it off. we'll come around and cut. you could tear it. not a big deal. this is crimping. this is not one of my favorite things is crimping the crust. it's a simple technique. work on that. this is going to be your big fun thing for the whole day. >> this is where a child in the
see the space. you practice at home. >> now we have our mixture. this is going to make the toppings for this fantastic tomato pie. we have mayonnaise. parmesan. and we have sharp cheddar. you could use mozzarella. any cheese you like. we'll mix this really well. that will be the topping. now, with our tomatoes, the one is they're going to release a lot of moisture. we want to drain them. because otherwise we're not going to have tomato pie, we'll have tomato soup and that's not what we want. we'll add our salt. and let that start to drain at the bottom. that will make the difference in the world. >> you drained your tomatoes. >> now we have our gorgeous tomatoes and we'll start layering. i love using all of these different colors. that just makes it so much more
>> start crumbling the goat cheese in the middle. if you don't like it, you don't have to use it. you can you the zucchini in here. eggplant in here. or if you want to do more mozzarella. we have to have some of this fabulous basil. >> i'm makin a mess. >> you're doing really well. >> we're going to add more pepper. and then we'll add more and then we keep layering. and then we do a beautiful big thick topping. you can see it right here after it's been cooked of that wonderful creamy sauce. >> can i try? >> absolutely. this is the mile high pie made famous in new orleans by one of my favorite hotels in the world which just reopened. they just remodeled and made it absolutely incredible. and so this is an ice cream pie.
they do peppermint and tons of wonderful chocolate sauce. it doesn't get any better. i told you. is it not incredible? >> yes, you did. she was not kidding around. this is life changing pie. liz will be back in our next hour cooking a burger. meanwhile, go to today.com more of these recipes. we'll be back in a moment.
we are back at 8:54 still eating that incredible pie. >> i tried to bring you a slice. >> we were there. >> i'm glad you didn't come to us. i was eating the entire me >> dylan has done the weather. orange room. "pop start." how about birthdays? >> ate tomato pie so now birthdays. let's see who is on our smucker's jar today. happy 100th birthday to kitty. she likes to stay active by practicing tai chi. and edna is 107 years old. out of everything she's done in
favorite experience so far. i like that she adds so far. anticipate 100th birthday to raymond stark from oregon. he says his secret to longevity is being in love. he was married for 71 years. so sweet. and helen dewey is 100 years old living in the same town and attended the same church her entire life. i think that's the secret right there. robert lee gordon is 101 years old. this world war ii veteran is from mobile, alabama. robert is your go-to guy. he owns his own mechanic shop and of course thank you for your service. and happy 100th birthday to mary barnes of casper, wyoming. she walks three blocks every single day. if you know someone turning 100 years old, let us know. head to today.com/celebrates and don't forget a photo too. >> i love that so much. uplifting about america. world war ii veterans.
are experiencing. pahrump right now at 72-degrees boulder city 80, mesquite at 78. temperatures starting to warm up now. we bought ped out actually in the 60s for overnight lows in many locations. today's high still below normal, 92-degrees. lots of sun shine, the best news is those gusty winds we're dealing with, they're gone. quieter conditions as we head throughout the rest of the week the triple digits are going to come back by next let's expwrus enjoy the cooler conditions. >> even if you have to labor on this labor day plaiby you can take your lunch outside. we have a local teenager who is very fortunate to be with us. i know the lucky to be alive thing gets over uses. he was a car accident hit while walking after school. he was going to his car to drive to the gym. he's 16 years old, his name is anthony, suffering broke b
unfortunately he is in lot of pain. the driver who slam under to him, only been issued a ticket. that person investigated at the time. anthony's dad tells us here at the station the doctors keep telling him he is very fortunate his son is still with us. his family expectinga long stay. eemp and every day those hospital bills pile up, and here's where you come in, quite if you can help out this local family at all, we've played it very easy for it was doggie destiny was mr. bonejangles expecting the perfect toy at an amazing price? of course not. he's a dog. but that's the beauty of a store full of surprises.
this morning on "today's take," the queen turns 35 in style. and this apple does not fall far from the tree and get ready to flip. we're firing up the perfect burgers. your labor day barbecue. all that and more coming up now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" with al roker, tamron hall, and billy bush live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today" on this monday morning, september 5th, 2016. labor day. al is taking the day off. tamron working hard on this labor day going 7:00 to 9:00,
>> doesn't feel like work when you're surrounded by these amazing people and you. liz made tomato pie and now we'll make pimento burgers. i tweeted out a picture of the cheese and people asked me what is pimento cheese. >> we've been eating it a long time. not low calorie. that's for sure. >> that's what's glorious about it. >> it's not a daily event. >> i would go for it daily. on crackers. we'll explain for those who don't know. >> we had a good night last night. my wife and i went, you and your best friend there.
promised her i would take her. she's also a friend. i promised her i would take her to bad boy family reunion. i say she's my daughter. you have your brother with you. >> that's my brother on the right. his wife monique. >> who by the way jermaine and monique, i thought we would enjoy the concert. every song i look up and he would turn around. you know this one. i know that song. it was hot. >> it was unbelievable. you left the bad boy family reunion in madison square garden because you had to get up. that's totally understandable. >> i left at 11:00. we saw puffy. lil kim came out. i said i have to cut the cord at 11:00 and you said i'll try to stay as long as i can.
>> i was quietly competing with you. i'm only doing 9:00. >> i'm out guys. i left. and then i got in the car. >> 60 seconds after you leave, please welcome special guest kanye west. out comes kanye. the place explodes. it goes different level. >> and i'm in the car watching it all on snapchat. >> you left me to dance with strahan alone. >> michael strahan was sitting in our row. that was funny. >> beyonce, a little bit down the road, happy birthday over the weekend beyonce turns 35. yesterday she was at the made in america festival in philadelphia. her husband puts it on. it's a jay-z event. a reminder of how good looking she is. cold play performed. lots of others.
turned 35. look at him looking sharp. >> she looks exactly like she did when destiny's child became the phenomenon that it did. i saw stories that she may have celebrated part of her birthday with first lady michelle obama. some of the -- saturday there were some sightings of beyonce ne had a secret birthday party. >> not far from philadelphia. >> her mother on instagram said my daughter is celebrating her 35th birthday with an amazing woman that inspires. didn't say this was the first lady but it was the first lady. >> it has to be. by the way, britney spears turns 35 in a couple months. >> every time you say britney spears what that does to me. >> you love britney spears. you love her because you love the music and grew up with music.
i like people who survive. remember there was a moment in britney spears' career. her father had to take over for her. i love when you fall and you get back up. and everybody has not made it perhaps to that level because of what she was going through. i like a fighter. i like a good diva and anybody that does a show in las vegas. j. lo. anybody goes to vegas, i'm following. stand alone. this is great. i'm buying a daughter for my ticket to go. she raised the money. the friend is going to pay for her own ticket. i'm just -- the money she raised selling lemonade to get a ticket to "lemonade." $350.
all things about her i think are just phenomenal. i think 11 years old is a little young to go see beyonce. >> to see the concert? >> i do. but i don't have a kid so maybe i'm skewed. i don't know what 11 year olds are like anymore. maybe i'm "happy days" 1950s. >> i'm excited for her. i'm okay with beyonce. >> i love beyonce. let me pull up -- >> beyonce puts on an amazing show. i won't get into subject matter of why she's smashing things with a bat. >> 11 year olds today probably know double what we knew at 11. >> she probably knows who becky with the good hair really is. we can only speculate. >> internet says becky is --
empowerment. okay. i'm sold. i'm coming around. >> have you ever thrown out first pitch at a baseball game? >> no, i have not. i was invited to but i don't have that confidence. >> i threw one out at st. louis cardinals game one time. just visiting an affiliate out there. mound in front that's like ten feet in front of the real pitcher's mound. it's humiliating. you're clipping my wings. >> how long did you practice before you did it? >> a couple days. i worked on it. >> days? >> i'm not going to stand on the little boy mound. i'm going back to the man's mound for this great crowd that's assembled and throw a real pitch. i went back there. it's four feet higher. it's a huge mound. >> you went back to the kid's
>> do we have this video? >> 17 feet above the catcher's head. it's very hard. >> they gave you a chance to throw from the celebrity mound but your manhood was insulted. >> it said that's embarrassing. >> i can't do this so i marched to the pitcher's mound. never played baseball. i don't know what i'm doing. i practiced two days. >> i can throw a ball. >> what happened? feet over the catcher's head and he gave me the polite golf clap. in new york, boo, you're a bum. >> was it as bad as 50 cent? if you have never seen it, google it. it's a marvelous thing. >> it's almost like he can't -- >> it was bad. >> up there with tom cruise
meet the challenge, gold medal winner laurie hernandez. she got the honor. >> sidetracked the audience with a beautiful -- >> that's a terrible pitch. she matched it with a nice somersault. >> she did a somersault. >> then threw it four feet left. >> are you saying that's a bad pitch? >> i think she would understand that. look. >> i'm fine with it. >> ball one. >> they call her the human emoji because her face is so animated. >> a showman top to bottom. like father like son. what a-list celebrity shared this throwback pic of dad. dad is hot.
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back now with more of "today's take." i was glaning at twitter. this woman says she adores me but feels like i'm more interested to my phone than talking to you in the audience. i looked at my phone quickly to get a beyonce factoid. >> do you find yourself looking at your phone all the time, a lot, every t or is it just a reaction? >> here's what it is. you know i do the other show on msnbc and we'll get tweets from people saying why are you looking at your phone? often times i'm juggling my msnbc show in the commercial breaks because it's a political show and it's not like i can run on it and wing it. a lot of the times i'm looking at notes that are coming from the other team. that's a behind the scenes factoid. i'm not ignoring you.
if i could hug every viewer individually -- >> here we go. >> i would hug you. >> okay. why don't we do that instead of a kissing booth a hugging line and everyone can come up. i will prove this. every last hug. you do get side tracked by comments that people are putting in there. that would blow my mind. i can't take that. >> you said you were too thin skinned. i learned to process. a couple of them, full disclosure, i did get someone weekend. >> you reported them? >> they were very violent tweet. it shook me. i was on my way to dinner. i looked down and i saw it. it hit me -- >> threatening my life. >> i reported to twitter this morning and i got a tweet saying the person was barred from twitter. for the most part that never happens. i've been on twitter since 2008. i get a few i hate your dress. i can take that.
i try to balance it. >> i don't think that happens on instagram or snapchat. >> instagram is getting nasty too. i like it because it gives us a chance. you do have a solid point. twitter is getting angry. we may have to see. i like it because you can put throwback pictures up. that's what our next story is about. hot dad picture. >> nice place for a hot dad photo. this dad looks like tarzan with a diaper in the it's chris hemsworth right there. >> which one is chris? >> little thor. >> the other one must be liam or the other hot brother. >> quickly we dove tailed into my parents. my dad used to be handsome with the clothing. >> that's your mom? >> isn't that a nice coat? i think the collar is faux.
social media world is going crazy talking about hot dad. i'm not a hot dad, no. >> do you feel pressure to be a hot dad? >> i feel pressure to workout and be presentable mostly because of television. >> so when david beckham showed up, did you feel like you needed to do pushups? >> you can't catch up with beckham. beckham brings all of his kids. then he goes and the kids and play like he built a pyramid and everyone got to climb up on top of david and moms were sipping chardonnay and falling deeper in love. i couldn't keep up with that. nor would i ever try. how is your ears? >> healing still. i have six more weeks before i can wear earrings. it's driving -- i have these tiny piercings up there.
insecure without earrings than i do with makeup. you didn't tell me my hair was sticking up. thanks, billy bush. >> i told you not to use camera three. >> there's a scene where no one in the whole studio tells her that her hair is sticking up. >> it really is up there. >> you have my permission. >> just leave it there. >> i'll look like mo. i am thinking about getting an ear this could solve my earring problem. "seventeen" magazine are making the rounds. >> first one looks like dried blood in the ear. you have something in your ear. >> a little butter fly. like that. i love that. no? our studio audience which are not paid to be part of the show are yelling -- i think i should do it.
i'm worried about the pain. >> have the patience to wait for your ears to heal entirely and then get those beautiful earrings back, get that security blanket that you need. it's coming back soon. >> how is your tattoo healing? >> it's fine. hurt like crazy. there it is. >> a week now? >> that's the tattoo. it hurt like -- you don't want to do that on your ear. >> we'll see. dylan, what do you think? you got the weather? i know you're going to say no. >> i have a >> i say draw something in with a marker first. see if you like it. >> dylan has a tattoo? >> what do you have? >> it's a turtle. >> a turtle? >> my mom made me get this turtle. i love it. >> your mom made you get a turtle tattoo? >> my grandfather nicknamed me
it's not illegal where it is. i'll just keep it secret. i'll focus on the storm now. we have hermine here. we've been talking about it for nearly 20 days. it will produce rain across nantucket and cape cod as it gets closer. biggest concern most areas won't see a lot of rain. it's really just the rough surf. sunny where you are, anywhere up and down the east coast from virginia north, keep in mind the water is dangerous with those rip currents. av long island and we still have the storm surge potential of one to two feet above high tide. some areas especially closer to nantucket could see up to a three-foot storm surge l l ahea. >> kelly: lots of sunshine. winds have gotten lighter.
overnight tonight looking at clear skies, cooler temperatures. the lows going down to 70 with winds shifting to the west at 5-10. lots more sunshine tomorrow with a high >> and that's your latest forecast. >> thank you, dylan. >> you know what they say about ear tattoos on instant feedback. >> one said don't get one. my theory is i go past ones that don't say what i want and i go to this one that says do it. looking to save time in the morning? hacks to get you out the door faster. majority of kids start school after labor day. after labor day. how to get out and go. i'll have that goat cheese garden salad. that gentleman got the last one. sir, you give me that salad and i will pay for your movie and one snack box. can i keep the walnuts? sold. but i get to pick your movie. can i pick the genre? yes, but it has to be a comedy. a little cash back on the side.
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it's labor day. many kids heading back to school can be a race against the clock to get ready in the morning. >> brooke is here with time saving hacks to get you out the door faster. good to see you. >> thanks for having me. >> go to your station. let's launch in. oatmeal. >> if your morning routine, you'll take oatmeal and can you cook it in >> you can cook oatmeal in advance. plop it into a muffin tin. put that muffin tin into the freezer. freeze it overnight. take out two to three you want for the next day. put them in the fridge to thaw out a bit. in the morning microwave for 30 seconds and you're good to go. single servings of oatmeal at your disposal.
into the waffle cooker. >> all you have to do is put them in the waffle iron. eat them up. >> unbelievable. >> frosting. >> oh boy. good to go. >> and quickly here. >> managing extracurricular activities can be a challenge. this is an easy way to organize the week. line these up next to your door. you always will know when there's baseball practice. easy to grab and go. >> each kid bin. >> five kids. >> you don't want to get the call i forgot my flute. >> you cannot forget your flute. >> look at this. easily done. thank you. we're back after your local news and weather. >> i like this idea. >> i like this idea. >> i'll never do i what are you doing up? mom said i could have a midnight snack.
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creep back up to the triple digits, but low triple digits. this time of year it's usually down to 98. >> a little nip in the air for the first time since about may. the weather is changing, starting to feel fall-like on this unofficial end to summer, labor day holiday. i know a lot of you are watching this from local hotel rooms. but a lot of it's estimated 14% enjoying this holiday also enjoying a tuesday off as well, spending the night tonight and taking that leashly drive back to where you live tomorrow. another survey finding that 60% of people drove to their destinations this holiday weekend. travel up by about 10% this labor day holiday compared with last year.
we're kicking off our special series of mind bending magic. >> another one of your insane tricks up your sleeve. first time on with billy. >> niceo happy labor day, guys. we are roulette wheel. we have dice. casino "today" show up and running. i picked up some souvenir dice. red, white and blue. keep it patriotic. grab a couple. grab a bunch. roll them a couple times. billy, this won't be fun without money. make it rain. a bag full of cash. >> real money.
i want you to get one for you. something big. >> i'm trying to get into big bills. >> go big or go home. take your time with this. while he's doing that, tamron -- >> grab a cube. is that a chip or a dice? >> dice is good. >> i think i'm failing here. i have 5s, 10s >> there's a 20. >> take one. crush is in your hand. tamron, i want you to roll that dice -- wait until my head is turned. as soon as you can cover it up so no one sees what's on top. you can see it. >> can i see it? >> i don't want you to see it. >> i saw it. >> we're going to show you how you read someone. don't say a word. think of that number. look at me.
four, am i right. do it again. >> i didn't do anything. >> is it covered up? >> this time i don't say a word. nonverbal. >> really. a four again? >> this a casino people will say go to a casino and of dollars right now. i'm not psychic. i don't know the future. i read my other players. tamron, cover his eyes. i want you to imagine this roulette wheel is spinning. i just spun a ball and you know the number about to hit. that number has a color. try not to react here. think red or black. billy, think that the ball is starting to click along.
and only in your mind know that number. it's in your gut at this moment. keep them covered. >> it's black. 13. >> take a look my friend. >> no! no! >> i'm going to give you the gift. you will try to read my mind. >> his heart is racing. >> if you could, over next to me. go to calculator on your phone. tell me if you have the calculator. can we see? it says zero? >> you will read my mind. look at me. there's clearly over 150 bucks there. less than 1,000. three digits. look at me. try to read my mind.
did you do that? >> i did. >> look at what he typed in. more or less than that? do you think it's more than that or less than? >> i think it's -- >> my number is -- >> i think this is more than what's on the table. >> hit the times button. type in how much money you think is there. type in a three digit number. hit times one more me type in a number less than 500. take another guess. less than 500. hit equals? is it in the millions? >> yes. >> i'm not rain man. >> 19,860,519. >> i don't think we got that much.
billy, you spent a minute looking for the bill you wanted. all this couldn't happen more effectively. read the serial number one digit at a time, please. >> where is it? >> 19860519. >> >> show them. >> it happened. that's the number on there. can you see the numbers right there. >> what do you think? >> wow. >> he's not a magician. what do you think? >> i think we have to talk about stocks and what's going on with the market. the market is closed. we need to be ready by 9:00 a.m. tomorrow morning. wow. that was incredible. up next, get ready to fire up
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dr. whiskers won't pounce. nobody will. ? ? >> you still have one more chance to fire up the grill before the unofficial end of summer. >> elizabeth is helping you make it count with pimento cheese bacon burger. welcome back. good morning. i had to google what pimento cheese was. this was tammy who has no idea what pimento cheese is. >> it's the glue that hold the south together. it's a wonderful spread. you can put it on celery, a cracker. lord have mercy, you can put it on dirt and it will taste unbelievable. so you start, let's do some red
i think it adds a ton of flavor. we have green onions. we have seasoning. >> this is how you make it? >> absolutely. his wife is from the delta where i'm from. >> from mississippi. >> i never wanted to see this being made. >> mix it, mix it. it's a great spread. what we're going to do is we're going over the top. it's labor day. we're putting it on a burg. is go to your butcher and buy brisket and give it to him and let him grind it up. it will make the most fantastic burger you've ever had in your life. >> only brisket? >> straight brisket. now, when i teach cooking classes they always say do i season both sides? and i'm not trying to be smart aleck about this. if you're going to eat both sides, we're going to season both sides. come on. we got to do that. >> that's just logical.
this pan hot, honey. it needs to be hotter than the hinges of hell, do you understand me? it's got to be that hot. so we're going to slap our burger on. it's going to stick immediately. if and when it gets ready, it's going to release itself. don't start scratching at it and scraping it. it will release itself. so now i'm going to let you make your own burgers here. we have p bacon. if you make it too big, you won't fit it in your mouth. we used to have this lady that would say don't take big bites because it will make wrinkles on your face. >> come over here. >> birthday girl. >> she shares it with my mother-in-law who is not afraid to work down pimento cheese.
birthday? >> it's her birthday today. happy birthday mother-in-law, carolyn. wonderful woman. >> a fantastic woman, billy. >> i'm glad i got that in there. >> smart man. >> for elizabeth's recipe, today.com/food. you can eat your pimento with celery and crackers. >> dylan with a check of the weather. we'll save you one. >> storms in the upper midwest likely today and we're keeping an eye on surf to the northeast. that's a look at the weather a. >> kelly: lots of sunshine. winds have gotten lighter. the high 92. overnight tonight looking at clear skies, cooler temperatures. the lows going down to 70 with
5-10. lots more sunshine tomorrow with a high >> that's your latest forecast. what do you think of the burgers? >> the brisket burger is amazing. this is phenomenal. thank you so much. >> it's high honor and pleasure. >> not low calorie. >> happy labor day. she took the internet by storm and captured hearts of a new (cheering on tv) you may write me down in history, with your bitter, twisted lies. but still like dust, i rise. you can shoot me with your words... you can cut me with your lies... you can kill me with your hatefulness. but still, like air...
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just dropped a new ep. hailey knox got a shout-out from meghan trainor. >> she's making her national tv debut right here with us. hailey, good morning. >> this song is about the balancing act that parents and kids have when it comes to social media. you're talking about parents who are hovering too much and is this an experience? has your situation improved since this song has come out? >> it sure s. just kind of like any teen annoyed with a parent. felt like, come on, give me some space. trust me. i'm going to do my homework. >> for you hovering parents out there and kids who may say back
? stop the hovering ? ? too much smothering me ? ? why don't you do your own thing ? ? stop your hollering ? ? quit the following please ? ? let's pretend i'm not your daughter ? ? then you'd be my talker that's a little awkward ? ? can't you treat me like i'm equal ? ? not your little sequel ? ? don't be doctor evil ? ? back off, back off, back off ? ? you can't always get your she's on you like a walker ? ? maybe you should blocker, that's a little awkward ? ? it's a little absurd ? ? kneed to track me ? ? because i can change my passward ? ? i've got nothing to hide ?
? how am i supposed to breathe ? ? when you suffocate me ? ? just let me do the damn thing it gets damaging ails lecturing me ? ? let's pretend i'm not your daughter ? ? then you'd be my stalker that's a little awkward ? ? can't you treat me like i'm equal ? ? not your little sequel don't be ? you can't always get your way ? ? that's why my friends say girl she's on you like a walker ? ? maybe you should block her that's a little awkward ? ? there is a difference between you just looking out for me ? ? and second-guessing everything i do, everything say ? ? it's a little extreme i think you know what i mean ? ? any minute's going to be the
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from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb from studio 1-a i hey, everybody. hello. it is fuay monday, september 5th. happy labor day to everybody. hopefully, you are taking a little break from your labors. happy labor day, hoda woman. >> happy labor day for you. that's "hire" by carly ray jet son. there is good news. it is not the end of summer. >> we did research. >> which we rarely do. >> what did google say?