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we're back now with more of "today" on a monday morning, the 11th day of october, 2010. a great day for a concert and the first concert ever for us for a group called big time rush and theyave been nice enough to wake up early and join us "today." guys, good morning, nice to have you. >> a lot has happened to you guys in one year. when you think about it, coming from obscurity to a hit show on nickelodeon, a debut album
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coming out ink today, how are you handling it all? >> thank you guys so much. it's amazing. >> meantime, about the tv show, i understand that tonight's episode is so exciting that james you actually tweeted about it. why do you think that your shows have been so appealing? >> big time rush is going to be huge, we have a lot of drama, we actually have an entire carnival on a wednesday night. we're really excited and i think our show is successful because all of us realize -- >> i imagine you're thick as thieves behind the scenes as well. congratulations to you.
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>> the show continues, thank you for joining us this morning. we appreciate it. do you mind saying hi to some of your fans out there? >> you guys have been awesome, thank you so much! >> coming up, we're going to have an update from chile where their miners that have been trapped for two months now have hope. a drill bit reached their chamber over the weekend, they could be going home. natalee morales is live and she'll have a report in a couple of minutes. a lot of people are still having trouble with their credit cards, even though there's new regulations designed to protect consumers. we're going to find out what to watch for. >> also, we have heard 1067 about marilyn monroe, but there are new excerpts from her diary, marilyn in her own words, what
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was it like for the woman considered to be the most beautiful in hollywood, marilyn then and now, we'll hear from her in her own words. >> if this is a barometer, i'm pretty excited. but this is time of year where you want to talk about how your kids are doing. >> let's go inside, amy robach has got the headlines. amy, take it away if you can hear us. dramatic hours in chile, officials hope that by wednesday they can start rescuing those 33 miners trapped for more than two months. natalee morales is in copiapo, chi chile. >> reporter: a lot of work still to be done over the necked few days. a dramatic break through over
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the weekend, but now they're completing the final phase. they're re-enforcing the shaft down to where the miners are as they now begin the countdown to what is expected to be a bends rescue. it was the drill watched around the world. on day 66, finally break through. above ground, the bell all had been waiting for here finally rang. watching a weekend of celebrations. for the families tears of joy flowed as the engineers and drillers were doused in champagne. it has been an all around global effort, two american drillers were on the team that broke through first. >> we saw the nose piece of our lp opener that's the moment that i knew. >> you think that beneath your feet 2,000 feet down there's 33 men that are counting on you. >> reporter: the first couple hundred feet of the shaft are being re-enforced with steel
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tubes, next installing the mechanism which will lower the rescue capsule. and still to be determined the order the miners will be rescued in. >> the solidarity they have developed has been >> reporter: they're fighting over who will be the last, a testment to the bonds they have forge. family members are arriving in anticipation of a happy reunion. >> i just want to hug and kiss him and tell him how much i love him. >> reporter: byron is also counting down the days until he'll see his dad. as little boys do, he's even digging his own mine rescue. back in the miners hometown, prayers for a safe return, a sentiment shared around the world.
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and you're looking life right now, this is new this morning, they have put up a tarp around that rescue area, reportedly to give the miners privacy once they are brought up to the surface as they adjust to conditions and as they are reunited with their families once again, which of course all cannot wait for that moment here. amy? new york's republican candidate for governor carl paladino defended his remarks when she said that he doesn't want kids brainwashed into thinking gay marriage is acceptable. earlier he spoke about his opponent andrew cuomo and said that children should not be exposeded to gay culture. >> mr. cuomo took his daughters to a gay pride parade, is that norm until would you do that? >> i think you can probably expose your children to a lot of different things and let them make their own decisions. >> i don't think it's appropriate for them to go there
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and watch grown men grind against each other. i don't think that's appropriate. well, it appears that for the second year in a row, social security recipients will not get a cost of living increase. the government is expected to announce this week that inflation is too low to trigger an increase in next year's check. and virgin galactic spaceship took off over the mojave desert. eventually the plan is to take paying passengers to space and back again. let's go back to matt and ann and a screaming crowd. >> still going on out here. >> i can't even hear you guys. what do you want? she has one more autograph. all she needs. she's yelling forever. go for it. sign away. let's have a look at your weather here across the country. we are seeing storms in the
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center of the country, otherwise it is hot from the plains all the way to the mid-atlantic and into the deep south and it's certainly heating up right here >> good morning, everyone. i'm tony pann. off to a quiet start with a summer like afternoon. high temperatures in the low to mid 80's. there is a 30% chance of >> now, james, what is your favorite weather. >> favorite weather is today, it's gorgeous. >> you were born here. >> i was born here, but i'm used to los angeles.
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this morning on "today's" money, the good news is americans are now carrying less credit card debt than they were a year ago, but many consumers still remain vulnerable to hidden fees and policies. good morning to you both, good to see you. jean, a lot of people are trying to figure out what the changes are and how they impact the credit card debt so many people carry. >> i think the biggest of those changes is the inability these days because of the card act to raise the interest rate on an existing balance. that's a big deal. but there are a lot of fees that the credit card companies can still impose on people and we need people to be on the lookout for them. >> greg, consumer reports took an in-depth look at credit cards today and what was the thing that you found the most? in addition to the fact that people still complain about credit card companies and their practices. >> despite the changes to the law which is a good thing,
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people are still pretty dissatisfied i think in part because interest rates are rising on credit cards at a time when interest rates aren't rising on anything else you can think of. and fees and rising also. >> the credit card companies lost a huge amount of money because they can no longer charge overdraft fees unless consumers tell them that they're opting in. it's about $38 billion in revenue. they're looking for other ways to make that up. and the biggest one we have seen so far is this annual fee which had disappeared and now it's back. they also swapped fixed rate cads for variable rate cards, which means when interest rates go up and they will, everybody will get a rate increase. >> you touched on this a little bit, check your rates and fees? >> that's absolutely right. you have to open the mail that you get from your credit card company.
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because we don't like bad news and we figure, you know, just like a letter from the irs, it's going to be bad news, but the only way to protect yourself is to open these envelopes and read it and if you don't like what's in it, look for a different card. >> the other tip is watch for new cards, you open your mailbox and you're likely to see a flood of things promising things. >> there's a lot of these deals where you transfer your balance to a new credit card at zero interest, but they have raised the fees on that an enormous amount. some of them charge 5%. and the interest rate can go up from there. >> the thing that surprised me most in your story is there are a huge number of balance transfer offers out there these days and you would think the credit card companies would not be marketing so heavily but they are and there are some that are better than others, cards from credit unions have significantly lower fees. >> so make sure you compare there. and you also say jean, raise the
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value of reward. this is something i have been enticed by, you're getting something somehow when you use your credit card. >> you have to use your credit card a lot for these rewards to make sense, otherwise reward cards tend to have higher interest rates and it costs so much to carry that card that you end up paying for the rewards down the line. >> restructure your debt. how do you do that? >> the first thing we urge consumers to do is pay it down if at all possible, and particularly going into this holiday season, try to use that credit card less, pay with cash, pay with a debit card. but you can also look at one of these zero deals in transferring your balance, but make sure you bet into a good one. >> can you still have good credit if you don't use or open credit cards, my husband and i have one just in case something
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happens, but i pay it off instead of paying the minimum. >> monique use it four times a year, you really need to have a pattern of using that card and paying it off. you can have a good credit score without using a card, it's just very difficult. >> greg, jean, thank you again, and coming up, making sure your kids are on the right back now that they're back in school. but now an intimate glimpse into the private life of marilyn monroe, a hollywood legend. [ female announcer ] imagine the possibilities with stelara® for adults. stelara® helps control moderate or severe plaque psoriasis with 4 doses a year, after 2 starter doses. in a medical study, 7 out of 10 stelara® patients saw at least 75% clearer skin at 12 weeks. and 6 out of 10 patients had their plaque psoriasis rated as cleared or minimal at 12 weeks. stelara® may lower your ability to fight infections and increase your risk of infections. some serious infections, like tuberculosis,
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♪ i want to be loved by you >> reporter: marilyn monroe is an icon for the ages, which a story that's about to get a little bit brighter. a new book sheds light on the turbulent life of the actress. made up to a collection of notes and letters monroe left to her acting teacher lee straussberg recently discovered by lee's wife anna. the book highlights notes that marilyn began writing around 1951 details insecurities and fears along with optimism and dreams. it also touches on her three marriages, most notably those who yankee great joe dimaggio and playwrite george miller. showcasing her signature bombshell style. >> that kind of reached a height when she did niagara. and that's when she began to
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project the most brilliant dumb blond character of the 20th century. >> reporter: but publishers say her writingers reveal a more cultured and curious marilyn, her greatest fear disappointing those she loved. but you wouldn't think that by her birthday salute to john f. kennedy in 1962 ♪ happy birthday mr. president ♪ >> reporter: there's one element that the archives leave unanswered, her death. >> so many sere is and so many stories have been put out about her death that the cause is batesed in mystery. >> reporter: and nearly half a century since that tragic death, marilyn monroe still fascinates her fans. >> courtney is the executive editor of the publisher
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releasing "fragments." >> handwritten notes she jotted down in hotels and in journals. her writings reveal that although she was one of the biggest sex symbols of her time and probably even in present day, she wasconflicted about sex. >> she is indeed. there's a line in her journal about wanting to overcome these early anxieties about her body, sort of reflects on her childhood with her very strict foster mother saying i've got to let these things go but also use them for my work. >> there's a deeply personal part of her book and this is referring to one of her three husbands arthur miller and the breakdown of that third marriage. and she writes, i guess i have always been deeply terrified to really be someone's wife since i know from life one cannot love another ever really. she had some very dark thoughts.
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>> that's right. this is what she wrote when she discovered in miller's journal that he was sometimes embarrassed and disappointed in her and this created an incredible rupture of trust and that's a thing that comes up over and over again in her writings that she's alone and she can only really rely on herself. >> and there's some that are silly and fun. >> she wrote a poem about what happens when you wear a hospital gown that's open at the back. >> her bare derriere is out in the air when i'm not aware. >> we talked a little bit about this but in terms of these personal writings we really fee what she felt about herself, and not someone who would think about herself when she was what she was. women revered her, men loved her. >> she was always telling
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herself, i'm strong, i'm frail but i'm strong, and there's a dichotomy there. >> her acting coach inherited her us state, that's who's releasing this book n a letter, she reveals her emotional insecurity. as you know for years i have been struggling to find emotional security with little success for very different reasons. >> she was briwriting to him to suggest that they start a production company together. this is very rare for women of the time to take control of their careers from the hollywood system and she wrote this seven months before she died. so we know that she even then was planning for her future. >> it's a fascinating look into her life. the book is "fragments" by marilyn monroe. coming up a big-time concert from big time rush, they've got
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i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message. the real andy harris. his past attacks have been called deceptive, his new attack, false. harris voted for deregulation increasing our electric bills by 72% it's not surprising, harris always sides with the big guys. he opposes cracking down on wall street and supports tax breaks for companies that ship jobs overseas. harris even opposed making big insurance cover cancer screenings. andy harris' extreme ideas will cost us.
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>> good morning, everyone. i'm tony pann. we are off to a nice quiet start this monday. unseasonably warm this afternoon, feeling like summer. the highs expected to be between 80 and 85. the slight chance for a thunderstorm today as well. tuesday will cool off. breezy and cool
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i don't spend a nickel unless i need it. the miles are the goal. >> that's it? you're saving just a save? >> let's just say that i have a number in mind and i haven't hit it yet. >> that's a little abstract. what's the target? >> 10 million miles. >> george clooney has dedicated
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a lot of his life to sudan. we traveled with him just last week and we're going to bring you his story tomorrow here on "today," including a live interview with george clooney. >> he has a voice that people will listen to hopefully. >> on this trip, i really was sold. on his overt, he just really has dedicated himself, i will say however, that looking your worst and being covered with with the two-time sexiest man alive. coming up in this half hour, we're going to talk about back to school checkups.
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>> the kids have been settling in with their school routine. so it's a time to nip any problems they have been having with their friends or emotional development. we have four areas that you should talk to your kids about. >> when your kids come home are school hungry and they're looking for a sweet treat, what do you do. >> you don't give it to them all the time. >> it took him 16 tries to get this cake right. he's done some hard work with a lot of heart and soul in it. we're going to taste that. >> it tastes like real oranges. i had a bite already. some gave me a taste. it was really good. >> the stars of their own nickelodeon show have been thrilling fans on our plaza. i just love it, the kids are so happy. they have another song to make fans happy. >> stephanie abrams is in for al
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this morning. >> it's going to be hot this morning anywhere from the mid-atlantic all the way throughout the northern plains. up towards minneapolis and north dakota, highs will be around 80 degrees. we're talking ten to 20 >> we're off to a quiet start. it is gored to be a warm afternoon. high temperatures expected to climb into the >> so i say enjoy the warmth while it's here because a couple of weeks and you guys are going to be saying, where is that warmth, steph? coming up next, a report card on your kids' well-being.
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olive garden. when you're here, you're family. this morning on parenting "today," a back to school check up, research shows this is the best time to assess how your child is adjusting to his or her new routine and make adjustments if necessary. you have four areas you say parents should be checking up on their children in this 30-day children. why is this a good time to do it. >> because school is in full swing and if there's any problems, now is when they really start to crop up and this is actually the best time to nip them in the bud. >> the first area is academic.
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i think it's too soon to find out how your child is doing academically. >> you know how home work is going on with t. most schools now have a website, utilize it, go into that website, you do have to register and it's free, you can find out about their graeds and test scores, and also about absences, let your kid know you're checking up on them. >> the next one is probably one of the most difficult for parents and this is the social development. what are you looking for? >> you're looking for is your child getting along with others because that plays an enormous role in not only your child's self-esteem but also to be able to concentrate in that classroom. first of all does he have friends? everyone's going to come home with nobody likes me, everybody
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hates me, but here's your index. ask your child to draw a map of either the cafeteria or the playground. why? because that's the place that kids con greg gait socially. you'll find instantly whether your kid at least has a couple of loyal friends. >> i know this has been a big news headline and that's bullying and it's a huge concern for parents because everyone's so aware of what can happen in the end. the worst part is parents don't even know their kids are being bullied. >> here's a couple of quick finds that we're overlooking. bullying is repeated and it almost always happens in the same places what are called hot spots in a school. they are the places where the adults are not there. ask your child first of all where are the places where you feel safest at the school? you can even print off a map of the school. where are the places you and your friends are avoiding. a little clue, it's usual
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bathrooms, 43% of kids are running home to use the bathroom because they're afraid to use it in the school. hallways and lockers for bigger kids. fringe places of the playground. what you then do is create a safety plan for your child. cyber bullying is electronic. here's a couple of clues. google your child's name, first and last because then you'll see if there's a presence. and you can monitor, watch how your child reacts when an e-mail or a text comes in or if you walk by the computer. ive there's jitteriness or jumpiness, that's a sign. >> and next your child's emotional state, emotional well-being. >> stress, it's huge. and 80% of kids say it is rising, so here is your little index here. rewind to the beginning of school. that's what you're looking for,
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have you seen a marked change in your child's normal? far more irritable, far more emotional, slack of sleep, he can't focus. you'll then begin to see, it must be something at school that's triggering it. if it lasts every day or if it continues, get help. the second thing is check the overload. >> activity overload, that's a big problem with kids. >> a great little conversation, pull out the calendar, sit down with your child and say let's look at it. >> cut just one thing and you don't feel like a car pool or a taxi cab. >> and last but not least, this physical checkup, it can't be ignored in being a good parent. making sure they get the have, nations they need and they're going properly. >> number one is sleep, watch your child first thing in the morning. if you need a crane service to pull him out of bed and it just started after school
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started. do a rewind and look at your bedtime schedule. stick to a routine. make sure you turn off the tv and the computer at least 30 minutes before dead. the flickering images will impact your child's sleep. and pull the cell phone. because 60% of kids say they're using that cell phone after the lights are out and you may not know it. coming up next, an orange cake with the zest of portugal right after this. mmmmmm. mmmmmm.
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this morning on "today's" kitchen, we are starting at the navel, navel oranges, that is. a moist and fragrant orange and olive oil cake. good morning, david. in your book you say this was the hardest recipe. 13 tries? >> 13 tries.
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>> why? >> because when i went to the baky in portugal, it was a chiffon cake. i kept had to try it and i thought this was an orange olive oil. >> but you didn't give it up? >> the 12th or 13th time. we finally came up with this cake which is marvelous. >> nice, i would have loved to have been there to taste the 13 other tries. >> you want to pour in some sugar and what this does is makes a lucious, yummy base for the cake. >> you can use a hand mixer? >> you can use a hand mixer. do this for five minutes, so it gets very fluffy and very, very nice. and you want to take the baking powder and also some kosher salt. this is plain old all purpose
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flour. you whisk it in. this is where the magic happens. because what we have here is this mixture, all fluffy. so if you want to help me, you take the olive oil, and what i will do, i will turn this on here real low. >> and you use olive oil instead of butter. >> instead of butter and you put flour olive oil, flour olive oil. and you pour that in, half of that. >> you said fruity olive oil. i didn't realize there was -- >> you don't want it to be grassy. and you don't want pepper. >> and a little bit more flour and you pour the rest of the olive oil in. it's really very simple. >> why do you prefer olive oil over butter? other than the obvious reason. >> it's a very good question and the reason why is in portugal they don't have a lot of cows.
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so not a lot of butter. >> use your resources that you have around you. >> so olive oil is what they use and of course it's a lot of olive oil is grown there. >> so we blend this. >> and then orange juice, it goes right in. >> okay. >> and orange zest. >> nice. >> no pulp in your orange juice, that would be awkward. >> when that's all blended up properly, you come here, this is the cake, it's all done. a couple of tips, you really want to have a light colored pan. if it's too dark, they'll make the cake too dark and it will burn the outside. also you want to give it a rap, a real good wrap. see the doubles coming up? they break up so give it that nice even texture. >> how long do you bake it for. >> for an hour and 15. i already cut a piece for you, it's right there. >> very nice, david. >> tell me what you think. >> i'll tell you right away
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because i love food. it's so moist. >> and this really stays, you can mail this to somebody through the mail. >> i don't know if i want to mail a cake. but this is delicious. >> thank you. >> david lee. thank you very much. 13 times was a charm and if your kids are off for the holiday, they'll want to catch this. one more song from the nickelodeon band big time rush. but first this is "today" on nbc. so who is "making stuff up"? the news media say it's bob ehrlich... with attacks that have been called "false" and "misleading." made up attacks bob ehrlich knows aren't true. but here's what's not made up. bob ehrlich's $3 billion in taxes and fees. the $2.5 million he got paid working at a lobbying firm. or the fact ehrlich worked for the casinos to put slots at arundel mills mall.
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now, bob...that's all true.
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still to come, how to get out of an awkward situation. >> but first, we know you've all been waiting for performing the smash hit big time rush.
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big big big big big knight ♪ ♪ oh, it's gonna be a big night ♪ ♪ we're gonna have a good time ♪ it's gonna be a big big big big night ♪ i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message. the real andy harris. his past attacks have been called deceptive, his new attack, false. harris voted for deregulation increasing our electric bills by 72% it's not surprising, harris always sides with the big guys. he opposes cracking down
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on wall street and supports tax breaks for companies that ship jobs overseas. harris even opposed making big insurance cover cancer screenings. andy harris' extreme ideas will cost us. inherits a billion-dollar surplus, low unemployment. o'malley signs the biggest tax hike in maryland history. raids chesapeake bay fund to cover spending. gives raises to top aides. business climate ranks
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45th worst in the nation. now 200,000 jobs lost. o'malley covers up jobs report that proved maryland's economy stalled. if re-elected, o'malley will raise taxes again. whether he does, is up to you. >> good morning, everyone. i'm tony pann.
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we are off to a mild and dry start this monday. it will feel like summer this afternoon with high temperatures climbing in the low to mid 80's. a 30% chance of a shower and thunderstorms late in the day as well. it clears up on wednesday, it clears up on wednesday, temperatures dropping into
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