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morning. and you can always get realtime news, weather, and traffic on the nbc10 app. good morning. backing down. president trump signals he's now willing to delay the fight over funding his border wall to avoid a government shutdown. but with friday's deadline fast approaching, will he get a deal? under water. significant flooding across the south, leading to risky rescues, mudslides and power outages. more rain on the way today, from the carolinas to new england. before and after. new video and audio recordings from the united passenger dragging incident, shedding more light on what really happened. >> any information -- were they drinking or doing anything like that? >> no. something with an oversold or invalue tier, something like that. >> as documents obtained shows one of the security officers
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involved had been suspended for another incident just weeks before. and nbc news exclusive. two months after that infamous best picture debacle at the oscars -- >> "la la land." >> -- faye dunaway breaks her silence for the first time. >> can the two of you laugh about it now? >> not really. >> why she says she still hasn't recovered today, tuesday, april 25th, 2017. >> from nbc news, this is "today," with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. good morning. everybody. welcome to "today" on a tuesday morning. if there's stages of grief, i guess she's not at that, we're ready to laugh about it moment. as we approach the 100-day mark of this administration, the president should sign an executive order making it okay for her to get over that debacle. >> we'll have more of lester's interview with faye dunaway
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let's get to our top story. matt just previewed it. the deadline to keep the government operating and not shutting town. president trump indicated that he is willing to drop his border wall fundi ining demand to get deal. we'll start with peter alexander at the white house. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. the initial $1.4 billion price tag to begin building the president's proposed border wall had become a sticking point in avoiding a government shutdown that still could happen this saturday, notably, the president's 100th day in office. but president trump has been looking to wrack up a big win ahead of that milestone, is now w backing away from a possible budget standoff. just days after demanding money to build that border wall be included in the spending bill that congress must pass this week to avoid a government shutdown, the president is shifting the calendar. now, telling conservative reporters he's willing to delay funding for wall construction until this fall, ind stead of
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th instead of this week. the white house confident the shutdown will be averted. >> that won't happen. >> reporter: the headliner is a tax reform plan to be unveiled tomorrow. the president promising a massive tax cut and coming in on another campaign pledge, cutting the corporate tax to 15%. critics say that would balloon the deficit. but the white house said that the mat will add up. also on the board, is the plan to replace obamacare, with an aide saying republicans are getting, quote, close. the state department removed a blog post from its website, promoting the president's florida resort, mar-a-lago, describing it as the winter white house. the three week old post raising
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conflicts of interest questions. nancy pelosi tweeting, why is the state department promoting donald trump's club? the state department removed the post. the tension was to inform the public where the president has been hosting world leaders. and it regrets my misconception. as the president has tried to downplay the meaning of a 100-day benchmark, calling it a ridiculous standard. overnight, the white house launched a new website to focus its accomplishments, what it describes as bold action during president trump's first 100 days. >> thank you very much. let's talk about president trump and the first 100 days and how they stack up against prior administrations. msnbc's ari melber is here. good morning to you. candidate trump made a lot of promises during the election season. and then, president trump added to those promises after he took office. you've been calculating. what numbers have you come up
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with? >> we looked at this. every presidential pledge that's been made. 35 total pledges. out of those, in 18 cases, no effort to make any sort of public followthrough. people remember tweets about sending feds to chicago or a voter i.d. commission, those things haven't happened. on 17, we found some action. >> executive orders. here's where he's been busy. a couple that come to mind. he instituted that lifetime ban on government employees becoming lobbyists. that idea of any new regulation has to be followed by two existing regulations going away. talk about his actions there. >> that's right, matt. if there is a bright spot for donald trump on the 100 days, this is it. 25 executive orders. others on reorganizing government. this is an area where the president has used the power of the pen. >> new presidents need to get out of washington.
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get out in the country. let's talk about his travel, compare it to what we've seen in the recent past. >> this is striking. he has been out on the road, ten states, less than bush, who was using state travel to push initiatives. here's the big contrast. when you look at trips abroad, all around the world, donald trump has not left the country. obama had been to nine, including priorities like iraq, bush to two countries. people talk about america first, this might be one sign of it. >> ari, thank you very much. we'll talk about more of this with nbc news analyst nicolle wallace and josh earnest. josh, you used to be the white house press secretary. i guarantee when i was covering the white house and you were there, if i mentioned the 100 days, you would say, that's a fake deadline, it's a media construco constru construct. it doesn't matter. does it mat center. >> it matters because there's never a time when president
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trump has more political capital to try to get things done. that's what is alarming about what ari was highlighting. it does not appear he's used this period, where he is at the height of his popularity, at the height of his political power, to get that much accomplished. >> we looked and we talk about the 100 days. and the president has knocked that down, saying it's artificial. do we want, as citizens of this country, administrations rushing through crucial legislation to hit a mark on the calendar? >> we don't want it for that reason. but reneed signs of life. and so far, the trump white house hasn't displayed that. they tried to enact one of their campaign promises, the muslim ban, twice and that's held up in court. they tried to repeal health care and that was a whiff, as well. we don't need it, which is an artificial deadline, albeit one that trump touted. he talked about what he would get done in 100 days.
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but the challenge for them is with the exception of very big accomplishment, which is the appointment of neil gorsuch to the supreme court, they don't have much to show for their efforts in the first 100 days. >> on one hand, the president is saying it is an artificial standard. there's some truth to that. on the other hand, he seems to be working overtime to get victories before friday, including the border wall funding. he set that up saying we have to get border wall funding into this budget deal. and now, he had to back down. >> it was shortsighted because anybody who paid attention to congress, in order to pass budget bills, you need to get democrat support. democrats were not going to support any funding for a wall. it's not a surprise that president trump climbed down on his proposal. the fact that he backed down on
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monday night instead of friday, maybe indicate he's learning something. >> how does the base feel about the border wall issue, backing down on that? first of all, they want mexico to pay for it. how are they going to feel about the change of course? >> his base is a personal obsession. they all have my cell phone at this point. i was out in michigan and pennsylvania, last week, talking to them. they're going to give him time. they want the wall. they believe in the muslim ban as a strategy to protect the homeland. you talk about artificial deadlines. to them, 100 days is not a fair amount of time to measure him. and they're going to give him time. we see failed efforts. they see flexibility, when it comes to agreeing to not put funding on the wall in this bill. >> and in fairness, he got his supreme court nominee through. that's no small feat right there. and a lot of people have given him points for foreign policy issues. doing something decisive in syria. perhaps getting china to be more cooperative on the north korea issue. >> it's hard to gauge a
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presidency on a 100-day span. it's very unwise to gauge foreign policy success in a 100-day window. he's trying to get his campaign promises and turning it into a constructi ivive governing agen. >> thank you so much. congrats on the new baby, josh. >> congratulations. in the meantime, president trump's daughter, ivanka, is making her debut on the world stage this morning. she is speaking at a forum in berlin, germany, her first trip as an unpaid adviser to her father. hallie jackson has made the trip, as well. hallie, i think the purpose of the trip is discussing job training. is there an agenda on the part of angela merkel, who made the invitati invitation? >> reporter: that certainly seems to be a part of the political calculation here, matt. on behalf of chancellor merkel,
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who invited ivanka trump to them, after the two of them were seated side-by-side, when merkel visited washington last month. ivanka trump, her signature issue during her time in the administration so far, women in the workforce. to set the stage, ivanka trump is out with an op-ed in "the financial times" talking about this issue, working to build relationships with the other women leaders that have come. this is big news here in germany. ivanka trump's visit here to berlin. the front page of one german newspaper described her as the first whisperer in a big headline this week. asking if ivanka trump will steer her father on a moderate course or whether she will be a loyal accomplice. that shows this visit is as much about soft diplomacy as anything else. ivanka trump's visit comes at a time when her father is not popular here. when allies are looking closely at his positions on trade, on nato, immigration. so, for ivanka trump, a big role
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in her first official trip as assistant to the president. she's had plenty of experience on the world stage as a businesswoman. >> hallie jackson, in berlin for us. thank you very much. overnight, a largescale live fire drill by north korea. this has officials from the u.s., japan, and south korea have emergency crisis talks. nbc's kelly cobiella is in seoul this morning. good morning. >> reporter: savannah, no nuclear test and no missile test this morning. but the north koreans i s firinf a lot of artillery in a show of force today. the u.s. flexing its own military muscle, conducting drills with allies on both sides of the peninsula. a subdued celebration in pyongyang. and no sign of the supreme leader. kim jong-un's day with talk of
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war and a military exercise on a massive scale, according to a south korean military official. u.n. officials tell nbc news "the uss carl vinson" will arrive off of the peninsula today. and "the uss michigan" pull into port in south korea. a routine stop and not part of a military buildup. u.s. defense officials telling nbc news, they believe north korea is gearing up for a show of force today or tomorrow. the north koreans already firing off fresh threats against the u.s. the most brutal punishment in the sky and land, as well as sea, without any warning, if the u.s. launches a pre-emptive strike. in tokyo today, chief nuclear negotiators from the u.s., japan and south korea, meant to talk strategy. president trumpcalled on the united nations security council to give more angsts. >> north korea is a big problem. >> reporter: no word on american
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tony kim, detained over the weekend at pyongyang airport. >> as far as i know, we have not gained access to the individual in question. >> reporter: and still no explanation from the regime. and the u.s. not letting up on the pressure. those military drills that i mentioned, the navy says they will continue tomorrow. and the secretary of state, rex tillerson, is going to be chairing a meeting on north korea, a special meeting on friday. savannah? matt? >> kelly cobiella, thank you. the state of arkansas executed two death row inmates. jack jones and marcel williams received lethal injections on the same gurney. it was the first double-execution in the u.s. since the year 2000. arkansas planned to execute eight men within 11 days because a key lethal injection drug expires at the end of next month. the state conducted its first execution since 2005.
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four others were blocked by courts. now, to new information on the former tennessee teacher accused of kidnapping a 15-year-old student. according to court documents, tad cummins took out a $4,500 loan just before they disappeared and planned to flee to mexico with elizabeth thomas. the two were found last week in california. cummins has been charged with transporting a minor across state lines for the purpose of sex. a federal judge approved his transfer back to tennessee. and he still faces a kidnapping charge there. major technical glitch caused big problems for computer users all over the world on monday. a web root anti-virus service shut down an untold number of computers after it identified core parts of microsoft windows as malicious. anti-virus software programs are supposed to ignore system files. many had files moved to
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quarantine. the company has resolved that problem. >> imagine everybody, no. not my documents. i saved it. >> sorry i didn't return your e-mail yesterday. >> that went over my head. there's a lot of jargon in there. >> matt will explain it in the break. what's happening? >> a lot of rain through the carolinas. we've seen several incidents of severe flooding. look at the cars trying to drive through the floodwaters, which you should never do. charleston, south carolina, had three inches of rain. but north carolina, where we've been seeing a lot of the significant flooding. wake county has more than seven inches of rain. raleigh, just over six inches of rain. that little guy trying to escape the puddle right there. we are going to see more rainfall with a flash flood emergency in effect until 11:00 this morning. look at the heavy, torrential rain, from raleigh and points north. this is what's producing some of the flash flooding. we have cloud-to-ground lightning reported, as well. we're concerned for that area for now.
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once we go into this afternoon and evening, we're looking at possible delays at the major airlines from washington, baltimore, philly, new york city, and rain and wind. coastal areas can see wind about 30 to 40 miles per hour. there's a lot of water content with this system. that's why we're looking at several inches of rain, up and down the east coast. by the time we go through tomorrow, some areas in massachusetts and southern new england could pick up three to four inches of additional rain. that's a look at the weather only twice a year and it's here kohl's lowest prices of the season. prices so low, no coupons needed. get the lowest prices of the season on women's tees - just $4.99 $5 jumping beans tops and bottoms and save on nike. get the lowest prices of the season on kid's shoes just $16.99 kitchen electrics are only $4.99 after rebate. plus, the big one bath towel is just $2.99. stock up save big and get kohl's cash. it's the lowest prices of the season wednesday through sunday at kohl's.
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good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. a dreary day ahead. wind is blowing, temperatures in the 50s, and more rain developing later this morning into this afternoon. we could see heavy downpours it will combine to keep temperatures in the 50s for philadelphia. 57 for the suburbs. 55 for new jersey. at the shore, the winds will be stronger. the rain at times heavy. even a chance of a thunderstorm. the lehigh valley, you'll get rain, 2:55 this afternoon. heavy downpours for delaware. have a great day. >> and that's your latest forecast. >> you moved over here. >> i can't keep up. >> thank you. >> we need to put a bell on you. coming up, never-before-seen video and audio from the passenger dragging incident on the united flight. the new light they may be shedding on this case. and bill o'reilly speaks out since being let go by fox news,
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hinting that the truth about his firing will leave his supporters shaken. but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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we are following breaking news. this is it -- a water main break flooding streets in southwest philadelphia. a live look now. the water has been gushing for a while. here's the scene at 58th and chester earlier this morning. we're getting reports of floofded basements and -- flooded basements and buckled pavement. you can check the app for updates. let's get you round it with nbc10 first alert traffic reporter francesca ruscio. as you mentioned, south 58th street and chester avenue at the intersection. we're seeing it's well past it. a lot of people are starting to take springfield avenue. as you see, traffic is moving in red. it's affecting traffic in and out of the area. i would now recommend take north longacre to avoid the mess. we're also starting to look at wet roads. we did have a disabled vehicle
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off to the shoulder on the northbound side of the boulevard. the camera's not working, but northbound disabled vehicle. very wet road conditions this morning. back to you. >> very dreary outside. poor visibility. let's get you updated. meteorologist bill henley has got your most accurate neighborhood forecast. bill? windy and wet day ahead. cape may is seeing the rain return. that's the live view from the marquis de lafayette hotel. downpours moving in to cape may county. that's not the only rain. more to the south. this moves in later this morning. with us all day, the wind. out of the northeast, we're at 23-mile-an-hour winds now in wilmington. close to 20-mile-an-hour winds in philadelphia. that's going to keep temperatures in the 50s all day long. we'll have another update in 25 minutes. join us weekday mornings for "nbc10 news today" from 4:30 to 7:00. you can always check the app to keep you updated.
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♪ 7:30, now on a tuesday morning. the 25th of april, 2017. it is not a nice day in new york city, by a long stretch. not even country music can make these people feel better. it's been raining for the last couple hours. it is supposed to continue through much of the day. but we're going to get out there. >> hoda, for me and you, 100% chance of a bad hair day after we head out there. >> for me, no. matt lauer alongside savannah guthrie and hoda kotb. an exclusive interview with faye dunaway. and she is giving her take on the oscar mixup situation. >> he took the card out. he caused.
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looked over at me. offstage. looked around. and i finally said, you're impossible. i thought he was joking. warren is like that. >> so, what did she think when she realized that mistake? is she laughing about it now? lester is going to be here. >> he wasn't stalling, he was deciding who was going to get the oscar. >> this is wrong, you take it. >> more of that coming up. let's look at today's headlines. it appears progress is being made towards a budget deal to prevent a government shutdown at the end of this week. president trump is now backing off his demand that money to build his border wall be included. something democrats said they wouldn't support. instead, a senior administration official tells nbc news, trump is open to obtaining that funding later this year. the north korean crisis took several new turns overnight. its military held a live fire drill to mark its founding.
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and a u.s. submarine arrived in that region, where envoys to south korea, japan and china met in tokyo. and elton john is at home after being traited for a rare and dangerous bacterial infection. he said he became violently ill on a flight from chile to britain. he was rushed to a hospital and spent two nights in intensive care. he is expected to make a full recovery. but he has been forced to cancel upcoming concerts in vegas. we found out he tweeted something. he said, woke up to an avalanche of well wishes. thanks to everybody for reaching out. i'm resting well and looking forward to getting back on tour. >> he is a good friend to this show. sir elton, if you're watching, get well soon. we have information on the passenger dragging incident on the united airlines flight. nbc news has obtained surveillance video, audio
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recordings and statements from the officers involved. tom costello is on the story, has been from the start. what have you got? >> reporter: a reminder that the security officers were not police officers. they were wearing jackets that said police. dr. dao struck his face on an arm race when he was being, quote, escorted off the plane. another officer said dao had become violent. this morning, nbc news has obtained surveillance video from the united airlines gate in chicago that appears to show dr. david dao boarding his flights to louisville two weeks ago. and the radio call sending security officers to dr. dao's plane when he refused to give up his seat for airline employees. >> were they drinking or anything like that? >> no. something with an oversold and involunteer. >> you booked the flight. this is a departing flight? >> yeah. >> reporter: the camera catches dr. dao's wife running off of
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the plane and running back on. an ambulance arrives and passengers get off and back on. onboard, dao's attorney says he suffered a concussion, broken news, two broken teeth and sinus injuries when security officers pulled him from his seat. >> oh, my god. look what you did to him. >> reporter: three officers involved filed incident reports with the chicago department of aviation, writing they were under duress because they feared losing their jobs if they didn't. they were later put on leave. the security officer who grabbed dr. dao, james long, reported that dao refused to leave and holded his arms tightly. but when he grabbed him, he started to swing his arms, flailing and fighting. his attorney calls that utter nonsen nonsense. was dr. dao a threat? >> no. he's a pussy cat.
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there's nothing he did that should have caused united to bring in, you know, the storm troopers that came in. >> i'm not going. i'm not going. >> reporter: video reviewed by nbc news, shows dr. dao adamant he would not give up his seat because he had patients to see the next morning. but he was not violent. we've learned of a fourth security officer who responded to the scene, a sergeant. he was put on administrative leave ten days after the incident. the new documents reveal that officer long had been suspended just weeks earlier for a separate incident of insubordination. after blaming dr. dao, united has apologized. saying our focus right now is reviewing our policies and making this right for our customers so something like this doesn't happen again. what's appropriate compensation for dr. dao? >> i don't know. it's too early to tell. >> reporter: tens of millions of dollars? >> i don't know. i really don't.
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>> reporter: attorney demitro said he was recovering from his physical and emotional injuries. and we reached out to the four officers involved in the chicago department of aviation, which declined to comment. last week, the chicago department of aviation issued a memo, telling its security officers to review policies on use of force and to comply with those regulations. >> still see the ripple effects from this. >> no question. tom, thank you. let's head over to dylan, while al is off today. >> we have a strong cold front moving through the middle of the country. a light risk of stronger storms in kansas city, joplin and tulsa. hail and damaging winds, our biggest threat today. and not all that widespread. the threat increases tomorrow, through southeastern missouri, most of arkansas. northern louisiana. we could see tornados tomorrow. 15 million people under risk for hail, strong winds and those possible tornados, especially
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through the afternoon. so, here's that front. it's really warm out ahead of the front and chilly back behind it. it's the clash of air masses that will trigger the storms today. watch going into wednesday. that's the line of severe storms that we will keep an eye on, through the afternoon and evening, with the possibility of hail, damaging tornadoes. it will start to fizzle out good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. a dreary day ahead. the wind is blowing. temperatures are in the 50s. more rain developing. later this morning and into this afternoon, we could see heavy downpours. it will combine to keep temperatures in the 50s for philadelphia. 57 degrees for the suburbs. 55 for new jersey. at the shore, the winds will be stronger. the rain at times heavy. even a chance of a thunderstorm. the lehigh valley, you'll get rain, too, this afternoon, heavy downpours for delaware. have a great day. and you can find your forecast anytime on the weather channel on cablon cable.
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johnson's® the number 1 choices in hospitals. [ cheers and applause ] 7:42. back on this tuesday morning. and we're hearing from bill o'reilly for the first time since his firing from fox news. nbc's stephanie gosk is here with what he had to say. >> reporter: bill is back. not on tv, on his podcast. the former fox news star speaking for the first time since he was forced out of his job, following sexual harassment accusations. while he denies all of them, many of his advertisers fled his show and the network pulled the plug. this morning, fox is trying to move on, but is facing a slew of allegations against them and their former chairman, roger ailes. >> i am sad that i'm not on television anymore. i was very surprised how it all
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turned out. >> caution. >> reporter: the former king of cable news, debuting a new podca podcast, less than a week after being forced out at fox. >> i'm very confident that the truth will come out. when it does, i don't know if you're going to be surprised, but i think you're going to be shaken. >> reporter: fox news is trying to move on without its star, with tucker carlson taking over. >> what o'reilly did was not easy. he set a high bar. i'm going to do my best to meet it. >> reporter: another high-profile accuser is speaking out against the network's former chairman, roger ailes. >> did roger ailes sexually harass you? >> yes. >> reporter: former fox news anchor, allison cammarata, says that ailes harassed her over a decade ago. >> it is my last day. >> reporter: she sought more opportunities at the network. >> he said, i would have to work with you. >> work with you?
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>> work were w yith you on that. it may require us to get to know each other. and it might have to happen away from here. and it might have to happen at a hotel. >> reporter: cammarata said she ignored the advances and suffered harassment. in a statement, roger ailes' attorney vigorously denies the claim. ailes resigned from the network last year, following multiple sexual harassment allegation. on monday, one of his accusers, former fox news host, andrea tan tear rose, filed a new lawsuit against him. saying that senior executives subjected her to surveillance and computer hacking. their goal, to intimidate, terrorize and crush her career. the complaint alleges that hacked information was fed to twitter accounts that appeared to be independent, but were working on pe half of fox news. using the personal information to troll her online.
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her lawyers argue these twitter messages were an effort to emotionally devastate her and make her concerned about her physical safety. fox news tells nbc, they flatly deny her allegations. saying this lawsuit is a flimsy pretext to keep mistantaros and her sexual harassment claims in the public eye. as the battle plays out in the court of public opinion, o'reilly is telling fans on that podcast, there's more to the story and to stay tuned. >> i can't say anymore because i just don't want to influence the flow of the information. you, as a loyal o'reilly listener, have a right to know, i think, down the lane, what exactly happened. and we are working in that direction. okay? >> reporter: the new york state supreme court has already suspended tantaros' first lawsuit, alleging sexual harassment against roger ailes. the court asking her to
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the first view of the aircraft in action, has so many people excited online, as you can imagine. mat tweets, i want a flying car. that kitty hawk flier looks impossible fun. one post reads, i don't trust people driving on the ground. i can't imagine them flying. and then, there's the thought that it doesn't really look like a car. laura writes, cool, but more like a flying spider web. not sure you can call that a car. kitty hawk confirmed the final vehicle, will look different from the prototype. and will be available for purchase by the end of the year. >> christmastime. >> no word on the price. that doesn't come without competition. i can tell you big-name companies like air bus have revealed their flying car conte conteco concept. and uber is kicking off a three-day summit to talk about flying cars. it's coming. >> first of all, you need a pilots license. i don't think you should let anybody driving those around.
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>> where do you put your purse? >> you're going to have a car -- >> i love the name of that company. it's brilliant. kitty hawk, that's a brilliant name. >> you would do it? >> no. no, sheinelle. >> thank you. coming up, if you're a fan of "dirty dancing," stick around. what people are saying about the what people are saying about the tv versi imy moderate to severeng crohn's disease. i didn't think there was anything else to talk about. but then i realized there was. so, i finally broke the silence with my doctor about what i was experiencing. he said humira is for people like me who have tried other medications but still experience the symptoms of moderate to severe crohn's disease. in clinical studies, the majority of patients on humira saw significant symptom relief. and many achieved remission. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal infections and cancers, including lymphoma, have happened; as have blood, liver, and nervous system problems, serious allergic reactions, and new or worsening heart failure.
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we're following this breaking news. a water main break still flooding streets in southwest philadelphia. here's a look at the water that's still gushing at 58th and chester. water main busted just after 4:00 this morning. city water crews are on scene working to stop it, turn it off. tap the nbc10 app, stay updated with us throughout the morning. let's get you around the water affecting traffic in the area. first alert traffic reporter francesca ruscio has you covered. tracy, traffic, local businesses, as well as the residents are feeling the effect of this water main break. a good alternate -- i did mention springfield avenue. look at traffic, it is crawling. people are trying to hop on to field. look at the travel speeds, now in the teens. a great alternate would be south 16th. make a right on north longacre up here. that's pretty good so far in terms of a great alternate. let's look at 95. we are seeing stacked travel speeds on the southbound side. it's going to take you 43 minutes traveling wood haven
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toward the vine. back to you. let's get you updated on this dreary morning with meteorologist bill henley, the most accurate forecast. going to lead into a dreary afternoon with more rain. already seeing a steady wind that's shaking the camera, the stadium in wilmington. dry in wilmington and philadelphia, but not for long. showers are moving through south jersey. a few sprinkles now in central delaware. to the south, rain is going to be moving in as we go into the afternoon. the temperatures, 40s and low 50s. not much of a warmup with the heavier rain coming this afternoon. >> got it. thank you. today in camden, prosecutors will resume laying out their murder case against david creato. prosecutors say creato killed his 3-year-old son brendan to keep a relationship going with a teenage girlfriend. last week, the boy's mother told jurors that creato's theory of a spirit drawing brendan into the woods where he was found dead in 2015 was odd and unexplainable. you can stay updated throughout the day with the free nbc10 app.
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♪ it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, serena slam. less than a week after announcing she is expecting her first child, the tennis star speaks out against racist comments made by another player. her message to him and her unborn baby. plus, clearing the air. >> "la la land." >> faye dunaway speaks out for the first time about that infamous oscar flub. >> it's a moment i feel i've not recovered from. >> and why it's still too soon to laugh about it. and baby is back. fans get their first look at the "dirty dancing" tv remake. does the new version have all the right moves? >> nobody puts baby in the corner.
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here, yours truly. >> coming up on this really good day, dr. oz and joy bauer are back. part two of their plan to help you drop ten pounds by the start of summer. this morning -- yesterday, we talked about breakfast. this morning, we're talking about lunch choices. let's get a look at the morning's top stories. time for the news at 8:00. >> reporter: i'm kristen welker at the white house, where it's the final sprint for the president's first 100 days in office on saturday. that benchmark on a collision course with the government set to run out of money the night before. in a last-minute attempt to avert a shutdown, the president abandoned his demand that the budget include funding for a border wall. the president is now open to getting the funds for the border wall this fall. that had been a major sticking point. and overnight, chuck schumer called the pivot good for the country. the president is looking for more last-minute wins, including on health care.
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house republicans back today, were working to revive the plan to repeal and replace obamacare. but the reality a vote is unlikely this week. the president vowing to unveil his tax plan tomorrow, which will likely include a proposal to slash the corporate tax rate from 30% to 14%. ivanka trump is at a summit focused on women's empowerment. trump will deliver a speech today at the holocaust memorial museum to mark the national day of remembrance. matt? >> kristen, thank you very much. an autopsy shows that erin moran likely died from complications of cancer. she was found dead on saturday. she was 56 years old. a joint statement from the county sheriff and the coroner says moran had stage iv cancer. did not specify which type. and while standard toxicology
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tests are pending, officials noted that no illegal narcotics were found in that home. tennis great, serena williams, is speaking out against another legendary star of the sport who is accused of making a shocking remark able her unborn child. it happened at an international tennis federation press conference on friday. the romanian team captain and former number one tennis star, was heard making racist comments about serena williams unborn baby. allegedly saying, let's see what color it has. chocolate with milk? the 23-time grand slam champion, who announced her pregnancy with this selfie, slammed him on instagram. it disappoints me to know that we live in a society where people like ilie nastase can make racist comments towards myself and unborn child.
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he reportedly has a reputation for bad behavior. the its condemned the remarks and said it is launching an investigation. fellow tennis stars like james blake, showing their support for serena. ilie is the most disgraceful figure in our sport. williams not letting it dampen her pregnancy cheer. on monday, she posted this heartfelt ode to her future bundle of boy. my dearest baby you give me the strength i didn't know i had. you taught me the true meaning of serenity and peace. i can't wait to meet you. >> and the i.t.s. has suspended na na naste. we did reach out for comment but did not hear back. this seems to be a pattern. >> his past behavior on the court, which is why he got the nickname nasty. this is above the pail and
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beyond the pail. just ahead, faye dunaway tells her side of the oscars mixup story for the first time. an exclusive interview. and a special "rossen report." exposing the dirty truth. >> good morning. i'm jeff rossen. coming up, a new report about how much pee is in pools. we want to see for ourselves. we're getting samples. and we're g percent of recurrent ischemic strokes could be prevented with the right steps. and take it from me, every step counts.
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dunaway. >> there's more. more of less. think about it. >> lester, less. >> read the words on the prompter. we're talking about that awkward oscars moment when faye dunaway wrong picture winner. it was a mixup that two months later, faye is not over. >> it's a moment i feel i'm not recovered fro. we had planned to do come on stage, do some banter, see some clips. warren was supposed to open the envelope, and for suspense, pass me the card to read the winner. >> you rehearsed that. >> but what happened, warren took the card out and -- didn't speak. he looked around. he looked over me. looked inside the envelope again, thinking there was another card. >> time is ticking by. >> you say something. >> i said, you're impossible. >> you thought he was playing
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the crowd? >> he is charming. he makes you wait. and he's the best in all those ways. but the show was going late. come on. let's get on with it. "la la land." and i read the name of the film on the card. and it was the wrong name. >> reporter: but you didn't know that at the time. >> not at all. and someone said, they didn't win. >> there's a mistake. "moonlight" you won best pict e picture. >> reporter: it wasn't your fault. but were you stunned by it? >> yeah, completely. i won't say deers in the headlights, but you are stunned. you don't know what is happened. >> reporter: were you angry? >> i thought i was guilty. why didn't i see emma stone's name on the top of the card? something about that moment in front of the entire world and all those lights and all our histo history. >> i want to tell you what happened. just combined to make us both not able to perform what
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normally one would perform. normally, you would say, this was the wrong card. but it didn't happen. >> reporter: with the two of you laugh about it now? >> not really. >> reporter: let's talk about what you're doing right now. >> thank you. we can put that to bed. >> reporter: we can put that to bed. "the case for christ." a fascinating book. about a journalist that wants to disprove christianity and finds the opposite. you're in one scene. but it's a pretty powerful and pivotal scene in the movie. >> to be honest, that would be a bigger miracle than the resurrection itself. >> reporter: why did you want to be a part of it the. >> i've been interested in the faith films. i would like to get into that genre. >> you're marking the 50th anniversary of bonnie and clyde. it was a transformative part. >> i'm miss bonnie parker and this is mr. clyde barrow. we rob banks. >> she was a great character.
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a touchi ining character. sassy and bold. and it was a wild ride. slowly, i think that began to scrumib crumble. bonnie was feeling anguish in a she wanted to see her mother. the lovely run through the cornfields. warren caught up with her. and said, don't run away. i said, i want to see my momma. we went to see my mom. and war b was beside me at this point, and said, we're going to come back and see you to my mom. you better not do that, clyde. you won't live long if you do. >> i love the fact that you can recite is lines in character. >> i can tell you the lines. >> she is a terrific lady. it is sticking in her craw. the company that was in charge of the awards and the cards took full responsibility for it. but it's a moment that's hard --
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>> she handled it really well. she should move on. >> that is a worst nightmare. can you imagine. >> we do live tv. >> want to stick around? >> yeah, what the heck? let's do "trending." we're going the hear from faye dunaway with kathie lee and hoda. that's tomorrow. lester, since you're with us, you always look good. you like fashion. i know you love to buy new shoes. what's the first thing you do when you buy new shoes? >> after i bought them? >> moonwalk? >> before you wear them. don't you take them out and scuff them up? you don't do that? >> i buy the rubber soles. >> okay. i buy training shoes. >> these are -- the leather ones. >> you have to scuff those. i wish you would have told this young man that.
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watch this. >> lack at this. >> oh, no. >> worst thing to happen in prom season. you want to make a good impression for your prom date. but there you go, down the stairs. it's all downhill from there. >> and we loop it over and over. >> maybe to bee gees music it would have been a dance move. >> we had the names and i don't want to mention it. >> that is going to live on the internet. >> he stuck the landing. dylan, when calvin was born, did you baby-proof the house? hoda? >> i haven't yet. i haven't done anything yet. but i plan to. this will get your attention. there's a mom and a blogger named abbe, who says don't baby-proof. let them learn and they don't do it again. no baby gates near the stairs. we're watching them closely.
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what about a cactus? what about a cactus? her son pricked his finger and never went near it again. take safety measures and don't go over the top. my mom pioneered this technique, the hot stove. my mom would set us on a window sill an say, you have to learn somehow, i'm going to smoke a pack of cigarettes. >> this just officially became therapy. >> i know. >> let's go with that. >> i do agree with it. unless it's like chemicals or something that could -- >> and the outlets. that could cause serious damage. >> yeah. >> there's the socket. >> did you do it? >> what do you think? i had everything covered in bubble wrap. >> you were covered in bubble wrap. >> i would see an accident happening 30 seconds before it happened. >> what about when you were a kid? >> no. >> that was before seat belts. >> and you turned out okay. it's fine. got me started about my dad. he used to throw beer cans into the back of the truck while
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driving. >> were you in the back of the truck? >> yes. that was arizona in the '70s. >> a mixed reality show. romantic comedies, they got it all, right? a new laughs, shed a few tears. you get involved in the characters' lives that sometimes you can't wonder what would happen to them if they were real after the movie ends. our friends -- lester's looking at me like, really? you do that? our friends at buzz feed asked if our favorite rom come movie couples would stay together for the long haul. i give you the movie and you tell me if they stay together. "pretty woman." >> no. she's a prostitute. is that it? >> he's a player. >> i don't want to be judging. >> yes. >> according to the survey, 48% say they stay together forever. >> sheinelle said it. >> 33% say -- >> i believe in love. >> 33% said they had a good run
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but wouldn't have worked out. 19% say no way. i give it two weeks. >> you say no? >> made it to the credits. >> yeah. >> how about edward and vivian? >> that's "pretty woman." >> how about "you got mail"? >> yeah? okay. >> 49%. i'm sure they had a nice fling but they probably split up. 37% say they stay together forever, it was meant to be. 14% say no way. they were basically enemies. it makes no sense. >> they stay together. they are together right now. >> one more. lester do the scene for me in the deli from "when harry met sal sally." >> i'll have what you're having. >> do they stay together? >> yeah, i think so. >> no. >> no? >> i never saw it. >> what? >> i know the part. i've never seen "when harry met
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sal sally." >> 60% of people say they stay together forever. 30%, a nice marriage. 10%, no way. who gets married after dating for three months. >> i believe in that one, too. >> were you yes on all of those? they all stay together? >> am i the optimist? you were kind of yes, too. >> me and hoda. we believe in love. >> you thought bonnie and clyde lived happy ever after. >> we're passionate. >> until the last scene. nice segue to "pop start." we're on the movie couples. we begin with "dirty dancing." ever wonder what happens to baby and johnny? thanks to a new reboot, we just may. the trailer was just released. take a look. >> what's your name? >> baby. >> nobody puts baby in a corner. >> that's all you're going to get. abigail breslin stars as baby.
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and deborra messing and sarah hh land join the cast, as well. the stars of "flip or flop" have been going through a divorce. but they have signed on for more episodes. extending the season to 20 episodes. they've worked together for a long time and are looking forward to continuing their work together. and they are excited to flip more houses. >> i have two words for you, cha-ching. >> that's why you get 20 more episodes. and ben affleck, the actor made his first appearance since he and jennifer garner filed for divorce. during a "q" and "a" session, he asked if his kids would be into acting? he but he did he didn't want to push them. he said being 18, and they make those choices, that's fine. but being a child actor.
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>> i know too much what that can be like. >> lester, thank you. >> thanks for having me. >> good to see you. dylan, never saw "when harry met sally." >> i never saw "star wars." >> okay. let's take a look at the warm-up. we're going to see up and down the east coast, once we lose the next couple of rainy days. it's starting to warm up in areas like texas, where we will top out in the upper 80s and hit 90s soon enough. look at the colder air behind that front. rapid city, 34 degrees, 20 below average. nashville hits 85. raleigh, 82, when the sunshine returns. wichita drops to 58 degrees. on thursday, the warm air starts to spread into the northeast. philadelphia, 81 degrees. we can get close to 90 degrees in d.c.y frid bay . . . good morning. i'm meteorologist, bill henley. a dreary day ahead. the wind is blowing.
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temperatures are in the 50s. more rain developing later this morning and this afternoon. heavy do you know poors. downpours. it will combine to keep the air why in the 50s. 57 at the shore and new jersey. the rain heavy, even a chance of a thunderstorm. in the lehigh valley, rain, to 55. heavy downpours for delaware. have a great day! >> and that's your latest forecast. >> dylan, thank you very much. we're kicking off a special "rossen reports" series this morning. brace yourself. it's called "the dirty truth." >> we're going to start in a pool with a word i don't think should be used in polite company. jeff rossen, good morning. >> jeff rossen is the word? >> no. >> i agree with you. it is spring out there. it has us thinking about diving in at home and on vacation. but before you do, there's a new study to confirm the worst fears about -- >> there it is.
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>> pee in pools. that's canada. but what's happening here? our pools must be better, right? this morning, we're pull ought the test kits to check it out for ourselves. it's almost pool time. fun for kids and adults, too. but do you know what is really lurking underneath? researchers in canada testing 31 pools and hot tubs. urine in every, single one. eight gallons worth in a typical pool. look at michael phelps, talking to "the wall street journal." i think everybody pees in the pool. it's a normal thing to do. >> reporter: you may want to avoid swimming with olympians. but what about the pool on your next vacation. i'm hitting the water park. what is in this water?
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all right. hitting the pool. and hot tubs. everyone loves s s a hot tub. taking samples and sending them off to a certified lab. let's start with the obvious. it's the kiddie pool. the kiddie pool testing positive for yurie ya. the wave pool, not any better. pee here, too. but they're full of kids. what about hotel pools. mostly adults relaxes here. will they do better? another pool. another sample. nope. so, we try another hotel pool. and another. all three have pee. we share our results with nbc medical correspondent dr. john torres. i thought chlorine kills this
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stuff. >> most people do. and the chlorine smell you get at the pool, it's urine mixed with the chlorine. and that can make people sick. >> reporter: this is gross. but are there health risks? >> chlorine, it makes chemicals. it can irritate your lungs and your skin. you don't know where that's coming from. >> reporter: we have one category left, hot tubs. notorious breeding grounds for germs and bacteria. and we never tested for pee before. everyone loves the hot tub. will you still? bad news. we test two hot tubs and both have urine. in the end, from the water park to the hot tubs and pools we tested, only one, just one, came back pee-free. what are we supposed to do?
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don't pee in the pool. tell your family and friends. >> that's going to be tough because according to a recent study, 64% of americans say they pee in pools. and the only way to get rid of it completely, is to empty and drain the pool and refill it back up. and hotels don't do. >> 64% of people admit it. >> i don't know if it matters. but little kid pee, 4-year-olds, 5-year-olds. why are you looking at me? >> 4-year-old pee? >> for some reason, a 77-year-old man versus a 2-year-old? i don't know why. >> i was pointing out on a bar on vacation, nobody gets up from their seat. >> it will be a long, hot summer. sitting on the lawn. >> my gosh. >> thank you, jeff. coming up,
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the breaking news we are following this morning, water main in southwest philadelphia continues to swamp the intersection of 58th and chester. it has been gushing since around 4:00 this morning. city crews are trying to cut the flow. we are learning they had trouble with a shutoff valve and are trying to find it. let's get you around the area. nbc 10 first alert traffic reporter, francesca ruscio has that. >> the water main break is located. very red. we are close. we want to get around it. your best bet would be woodland avenue and then you are going to
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head from 60th street and you are going to make a right from north longacre boulevard. very wet. local businesses and residents, all the above. a review of all the majors throughout the area. an accident on the p.a. turnpike eastbound. let's talk about the wet weather. bill henley has your most accurate neighborhood forecast. >> we have already seen some rain. there is more on the way. starting to move back into delaware and south jersey. the beginning of steady rainfall for later this morning and afternoon. all day long, steady wind. winds are at 21 miles an hour in wilmington. keeping temperatures in the 50s, low 50s for south jersey and philadelphia. 53 at philadelphia international and 51 in west mount area. >> another update in 25 minutes. the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 app. i'm tracy davidson. the "today" show continues in just a minute. for years, fios has been promising fast internet to small businesses.
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♪ it is 8:30 on this tuesday morning. it's the 25th of april, 2017. still a little nasty outside. we're going to go out there. sheinelle does not want to go. >> she said no. >> thanks to those people for showing up early. coming up later, dr. oz and joy bauer. they're back with more of their plan to help you drop ten pounds. they have simple lunch ideas for big results, to get into what we call in the fourth hour, thong season. and speaking of thong season, tina fey and andrea mart season here. a new comedy on nbc. and our -- >> like in the newsroom. >> i know. >> we have fun.
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>> our best of broadway week rolls on with a live performance from the cast of "dear evan hanson." first, big congratulations to savannah. she was recognized at monday's 2017 matrix awards. an annual event celebrating women at the top of the communications field. i had the pleasure of introducing her. what a gift it is to have someone by your side on live tv, who you can always count on to have your back, who will finish your thoughts and your sentences, will teach you something every day and be willing to learn something along with you. what a joy it is to have someone who cares about the us and not the me and makes it look so easy. >> that's when i started crying. >> and after that, savannah took over and gave a beautiful and moving speech. >> i'm going to confess you all the girlie things i have done in my career.
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i've worn my heart on my sleeve. i've wondered if i'm good enough. i've felt like i am on the bow every day. i have hated my hair. i have compared myself to others and lost. i have let them see me sweat. i have even let them see me cry. but here's some other girlie things i've done. i've worked hard. i've put in the hours. i've studied. i've overstudied. i've grown two humans in my belly. and most importantly, i have recognized that the real source of my success is far outside myself. >> that was really nice. really nice. >> you guys were all there. you stayed until the buiitter e. >> i had to. >> i know. you floored me. it was special, you guys. >> can i sing your praises for a moment. it was a well-produced event.
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everybody was fantastic. and it kept getting better and bert. your introduction of savannah, our hearts melted. it was so sweet. and, savannah, you knocked the socks off everybody. dylan was crying. i was crying. >> you could have heard a pin drop, right? >> we should have done pay-per-view. >> we have more time for this segment. >> you can see savannah's full speech. to do that, go to congrats again. all right, dylan. >> i'm surprised you didn't send me outside to do the weather. i'm going to walk over here and take a look at some of the rain we're seeing through the areas like north and south carolina. it's going to move in the north atlantic, philadelphia, washington, d.c., into boston, new york city. airport delays are expected, as well. mountain snow, where the colder air is surging in behind the
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cold front, we'll see strong storms show up tomorrow afternoon, through tomorrow evening, with large hail, damaging winds and tornadoes, too. temperatures cool down behind that system. highs in the 30s and 40s. a wet day out on the west co good morning. i'm meteorologist, bill henley. a dreary day ahead. the wind is blowing. temperatures are in the 50s. more rain developing. later this morning into this afternoon, we could see some heavy do you know downpours. 55, new jersey. 57, suburbs. the wind stronger. the rain heavy. a chance of a thunderstorm. in the lehigh valley, rain to 55. heavy downpours for delaware. have a great day! >> as always, always, you can f forecast anytime on the weather channel on cable. matt? >> all right, dylan. thank you very much. it's day two of "drop 10
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today" as we help you lose weight and get energized for the first day of summer. our dream team, dr. mehmet oz and joy bauer, they are back. good morning. before we get to lunch, we had breakfast yesterday. i didn't get to ask you. i want to ask about expectations. if people follow your routine and your program, what's the expectations of when they start to see the weight come off? >> you start to see results almost immediately. but the amount of weight that you're going to lose is going to vary from person-to-person. realistically you can lose like four, five pounds the first week. but that's some water weight. after that, it's going to level off one to two pounds per week. >> all right, doctor. i went out of my way to say routine. you think that's a key word for people trying to follow this. >> it's essential. otherwise the reptilian mind where you get food will retake
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over. why reinvent breakfast. eat the same breakfast every day. automate lunch. you can make decisions later in the day. but when we fall prey to the witching hour, you run out of energy to make decisions. >> you said you have to get your mind ready to help your body get healthy. >> the issue of mindfulness is critical. that's smaller plates and sitting down in front of a table we have crafted with our friends. and giving your body a chance when they're hungry or not. more people seat in withdrawal, not when they're hungry. in societies, blue zone for people who live a long time, they generally are thin. and they always finish their meal before they are completely full. >> powering down, your big issue. last point, making sure you're able to be accountable to yourself. tell your friend you're involved. and power down before a meal. >> yesterday, we covered breakfast. today, we're covering lunch. and the rules when it comes to lunch, include the three ps.
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protein. you want to have ample protein at your meals. that steadies your blood sugar and it's giving you staying power. the second "p" is produce. i'm telling people to include two cups of vegetables with every lunch option. and the third is to power down. shut off the computer, the tv, and be present during lunch. you want to sit down and slow down. it's good for digestion and mindfulness. >> you have a lot of options. yesterday, i was craving the peanut butter sushi rolls. >> you have to have two cups of water. i'm calling it a drop 10 salad. loads of vegetables. p protein and half a cup of beans. and lemon or vinegar. this is a sandwich. everybody loves sandwiches. >> that's half a sandwich. where is the top? >> here's the swap you can do. i'm putting a slice of cheese on
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top. if you want the second half of the bread, the top of the sandwich, lose the cheese and put the second half of the bread on top and you're good to go. but two cups of vegetables with it. this is my version of chicken salad. it's a curried chicken salad with green peas. i use light mayo. i add green peas and curry powder, which helps the aches and pains because it as anti-inflammatory properties. five ounces and half of the plate, lots of vegetables. >> you can snack on this routine. >> one to two snacks every day. >> never want to be hungry on the program. that's the fate that will hurt you long term. you asked about how it's sustainable. use it for the first eight weeks. and for the rest of your life, as much as you want. and add joy's unbelievable yoga video from yesterday, which went crazy on the website. >> i was the student.
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he was the instructor. seven minutes and you feel fantastic. >> do it in the morning. >> all right. good information. savannah says she tried the yoga video and has it on pause. dr. oz, joy, thank you very much. on tomorrow's menu, we talk about dinner, obviously. if you want to follow along, head to keep us posted. let us know how you're doing with this, #drop10today. up next, great news from tina fey and the star of her new sitcom. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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♪ welcome back. a new comedy is coming to nbc tonight from the creative minds behind "30 rock." executive produced by tina fey and starring andrea follows ca.
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she has an internship at a news show. but her daughter works at the show. >> i'm going to study television prodooux. a duction. i can get credit for an internship. and i'm getting one here. >> what? >> students should use their connections in the industry. so, i'm starting from the bottom. you know, like that rapper sings. who is that guy? the canadian wheelchair guy who dated nicole mirage? >> drake. >> yes. >> tina and andrea, good morning to you. all you have to think about is your mom at your workplace and this is fertile ground for a show. >> absolutely. this show is the brainchild of a woman who was a writer at 30 rock. she wanted to write a show about her completely insane relationship with her mom. so, here we are. yeah. the shot of your mom in your workplace is easy to understand why that would be a nightmare. >> you've normalized this, so
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when your girls grow up, you can work with them. >> i will be there. >> is that the plan? >> just to normalize this and make it okay for your children to live with you forever. >> i think one of the greatest complements, when they were thinking of the critical rollwh who is going to be our mom. she thought-you. she wanted someone funny and might i add, beautiful. >> say that many times. just put that on a loop. come on. this is -- i think tina should legalize her name to the great tina fey. that's what everybody refers to you as. what an honor. it sounds silly. i really mean that. she's such a great person to work with. >> we don't have time for this andrea. >> we do. >> we have to talk about the show. >> eit's a great show. i'll tell you why, because of tina fey. she will never say smanything.
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and she would come back and whisper a great line. no ego. beautiful. >> i thought she was my lover. >> i heard that "30 rock" you were going to have in the thuz ro newsroom. >> we pitched night a newsroom. and kevin riley, one of my many wonderful bosses at nbc. and he said, no. write what you know. and this show in the newsroom, it's a fertile place to set a show, because you're -- >> that's what i had. though you think this is a cookey place, there's lots of weirdos. >> yes. having visited here. you guys are close to together on camera. and everybody knows it. >> exactly. thank you. that's exactly the point i was trying to make. andrea, you have grown sons. for you, this isn't really acting. i mean, this is a role you
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embody. >> being a mom on tv is much easier. if you screw up you get to do it again. but not in real life. and my kids -- are those -- oh. >> show them again. >> come on, everybody. >> oh. >> that's the tony, that's my son, joe. and jack and joe. come on. how sweet. nair in their 30s. i have got to let go. >> no, don't. get a job where they work. that's obviously the thing to do. tina, before i go -- >> yes? >> you convinced alec baldwin to play trump. >> i did not convince him. i may have said to lorne, you know who can do it? was alec because alec can do anything. and i feel like he's got a strength to him -- yeah. >> it sounds like he's trying to quit us. but we can't quit him. >> you can't quit this. >> no. it will drop you when it's ready. >> the role is there. >> in the gutter. >> one other little housekeeping
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item before i plug the show one more time. andrea, you were ant vula in "my big fat greek wedding." a scandal, tina is a greek-american. how is she not in one of these movies. >> she's not greek enough. they should be down on their knees. >> i know nia. i just assumed that my phone was broken. >> nia, what do they call the sequel, the third one? >> the third one. >> the -- >> my wedding with tina fey. >> the great tina fey. thank you, tina, andrea. "great news" premieres tonight. two back-to-back episodes, 9:00, 8:00 central, don't blow it, savannah. coming up next, a live performance from one of broadway's hottest shows "dear, ev an
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the citi concert series on "today" is proudly presented to you by citi. >> very excited about what is about to happen. we're back with our week-long series "the best of broadway." this morning, a show that's one of the hottest tickets in town. it's "dear evan hansen," about a teenager who struggles to get in. we're thrilled to have the whole cast here. you're going to perform for us, right? >> yes, we are. >> what's the song? >> it's called "you will be found." >> okay. take it away. ♪ have you ever felt like nobody was there ♪ ♪ have you ever felt forgotten in the middle of nowhere ♪ ♪ have you ever felt like you could disappear ♪ ♪ like you could fall
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and no one would hear ♪ ♪ well, let that lonely feeling wash away ♪ ♪ maybe there's a reason to believe you'll be okay ♪ ♪ 'cause when you don't feel strong enough to stand ♪ ♪ you can't reach out your hand ♪ ♪ and oh, someone will come running ♪ ♪ and i know, they'll take you home ♪ ♪ even when the dark comes crashing through ♪ ♪ when you need a friend to carry you ♪ ♪ and when you're broken on the ground ♪ ♪ you will be found so, let the sun come streaming in ♪ ♪ 'cause you'll reach up and
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you'll rise again ♪ ♪ lift your head and look around you will be found ♪ ♪ you will be found ♪ you will be found ♪ you will be found ♪ you will be found ♪ there's a place where we don't have to feel alone ♪ ♪ every time you call out ♪ you're a little less alone if you only say the words ♪ ♪ from across the island your voice is heard ♪ ♪ oh, someone will come running
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oh, oh, to take you home ♪ ♪ someone will come running to take you home ♪ ♪ take you home take you home ♪ ♪ even when the darkness is passing through ♪ ♪ when you need a friend to carry you ♪ ♪ when you're broken on the ground ♪ ♪ you will be found let the sun come streaming in ♪ ♪ you'll reach up and you'll rise again ♪ ♪ if you only look around you will be found ♪ ♪ you will be found you will be found ♪ ♪ you will be found you will be found ♪ ♪ past the shadows the morning the breaking ♪ ♪ and morning dew calling you ♪ ♪ filling up the empty
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suddenly i see ♪ ♪ that there's always you always you ♪ ♪ you are not alone you are not alone ♪ ♪ you are not alone you are not alone ♪ ♪ you are not alone you are not alone ♪ ♪ you are not alone you are not alone ♪ ♪ you are not alone ♪ you are not alone even when the darkness crashes through ♪ ♪ and you need someone to carry you ♪ ♪ when you're broken on the ground ♪ ♪ you will be found let the sun come streaming in ♪ ♪ you reach up and you'll rise again ♪ ♪ if you only look around you will be found ♪ ♪ even when the darkness crashes through ♪ ♪ you will be found when you need someone to carry
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you ♪ ♪ you will be found ♪ you will be found ♪ you will be found ♪ you will be found [ cheers and applause ] the cast of "dear evan hansen." you all are awesome. >> thank you so much. that's a ten. we'll be back with more. first, this is "today" on nbc. ♪ ♪ hey allergy muddlers are you one sneeze away from being voted out of the carpool? try zyrtec® zyrtec® starts working hard at hour one and works twice as hard when you take it again the next day.
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what's that smell? that's a tony award, i think. i don't know. >> we have been following this breaking news. this water main break flooded the intersection of 58th and chester. we are seeing some buckling at the scene. stay with nbc 10 and the nbc 10
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app for updates. let's get you around this water main break with nbc reporter, fr francesca ruscio. we want to get around even though it has shut down, we are still working with that street plain which is pretty severe. woodland avenue and head towards south 60th and make a right, a great alternative to avoid the mess. let's take a look at the schuylkill expressway. travel conditions look pretty serene. we are doing okay from the vine street expressway. >> you can see from the cameras it is cloudy outside. let's get right to bill henley for the most accurate neighborhood forecast. bill? >> a pretty good rain that has returned to wilmington. we saw showers first thing this morning. then, a break. they are coming up from the south and the leading edge is in newcastle county moving through
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wilmington. we will see rain increase across the board. not expecting much of a warmup with wind and rain. we will be in the 50s all day long. vi? >> happening today, in camden, prosecutors will resume their murder case against david creato, charged with killing his 3-year-old son, brendan, in 2015. you can always get the latest news and weather with nbc 10 news and app. have a great day! we'll see you at the bottom of the hour.
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♪ this morning on "today's take," alfonso ribeiro is our guest co-host. wait until you hear his confessions from the set. and celebrity mansions that are off the hook. and get a beach bod before memorial day, with filling foods that keep you from eating. >> from nbc news, this is "today's take." live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> good morning. welcome to "today" on this tuesday morning, april 25th, 2017. i'm sheinelle, along with dylan, al is off. alfonso ribeiro is filling in again this morning. >> it feels really good. i know you guys now.
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it's been a full 24 hours. >> so much fun yesterday. >> had a blast. had a blast being here. it was great. it was fun to be able to interview dule. and we went to dinner last night. >> oh, wow. >> i never get to go out with the people we interview. >> we have that connection from the past. >> sure. >> it made sense. >> you brought in a new pair of videos, perhaps, maybe? >> good, funny videos that we -- it's -- when you're laughing in the morning, it sets your day right. the first one, we've got a kid, unable to get into his easter egg, which is, i think, very funny. he can't get in there. so, his father, i think, tells him, you know, to help. so, he can't do it. can't do it. and then -- >> can you help him open that egg? >> yeah. can you help him open the other one, too?
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>> no. just the egg. >> we talked to them. it was like, did he do that before? has he ever done that? no. it was just like, happened to be taping it. okay. >> oh, wow. >> there's a glass table he could have done it on. he chose his head. >> he knew he was hard-headed. that's right. we have a baby not afraid to tell the truth. hmm. >> who needs a poop? raise your hand if you made a poop. you made a poop? okay. >> so happy about it. so happy about the fact that she made the poop and she could say it. >> how cute is that? we were talking this morning this, is a crazy segue. pee in a pool. jeff rossen did a story about pee in a pool. i said not that it's right, but it doesn't creep me out as a 77-year-old man, you know, peeing in a pool. >> really?
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it's all pee to me. >> i see that, and poopy pants and raised your hand. a 77-year-old man, poop your pants -- >> you're right on that one. pee in the pool is pee in the pool. >> i'm with you in some weird way. now that i have a son, every time i change his diaper, it's like -- stopping it with my hand. i'm not thinking anything of it. >> the first time my baby got me right in the middle of my chest. >> really? >> right in the middle of the chest. i'm like, i don't want to get it on the floor. i'm keeping him in front of me and it's aimed at me. he'll get it up here. >> it didn't gross you out? >> it's your kid. >> right. kid pee is not so bad. going from pee to last night -- [ laughter ] you guys -- >> a segue that works. >> you had some fun, right? >> we were at the matrix awards at the women in communication
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matrix awards. and savannah was honored. she was one of seven honorees. and matt was the presenter. can i tell you? i've never been to an event, hosted by and produced by and run around so many inspiring women. >> right. >> and the thing that resonated with me the most was, i felt inspired without any of the women bringing anyone else down. >> right. >> it wasn't like, we're going to bring down men to raise up women. it was one of the events where the women are smart, they're driven, they're humble, inspiring. and savannah is right up there with them. and her speech brought me to tears. >> i was telling -- she's not a cryer. she's a tough cookie. and i looked over -- no, no. i tried to turn this way. we're all just trying not to do the ugly cry at a table. >> i'm one of those dudes -- >> do you cry? >> i'm a cryer. i don't know why. it hurts me a little to say, because i don't want to be a cryer. but i'm the dude that goes to movies by myself.
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and be in the movie like this -- >> and you cry. >> it's getting me. i'm an emotional fellow. >> you can almost feel it coming. >> what kind of movies make you cry? >> pretty much -- anything with a kid right now, i will cry. anything like a kid goes through something tough, i cry. just being a dad, right? i dive into the characters and the story. and when it's heartbreaking and you know and you can relate to it, it just gets me. >> we were talking, the women who were honored. tough cookies at the top of their game. and give the acceptance speeches, but they mention a son, a daughter, a mom or dad. >> it wrecks you. >> savannah talking about vale -- good night, everybody. >> water works. >> don't talk about my kid today. >> exactly. >> i'm missing them. >> we can make you laugh. >> we're doing that. >> you got a bit of a shoutout on ellen. >> i did not see this.
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i haven't seen this. >> it's so great. it was a dance battle between j. lo and derek hough. they were taking turns doing classic dances. just take a look. ♪ ♪ >> oh, it's the carlton. got it. there she goes. okay. she did all right. but in that miniskirt, it's hard to get the lower body working. she was like, i'm going to do the upper body. not the lower body. >> here's the thing about the carlton, i cannot imagine for you to follow you. you probably have a love/hate relationship with the carlton? do you? i would. i can only imagine. >> i will say this, through the
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years i've gone through many different levels of -- and stages of how i feel about it. you know, there was a period when i was certainly like, enough. and then -- >> that's perfectly okay. >> but now, it's like an honor. right? >> someone like j. lo to bust it out. >> just walking down the street, you know, i'm the dude who will be in a bathroom and somebody will be like, you know you got to do the carlton for me. no, dude. i'm in the bathroom. not going to happen. there's circumstances where it's not cool. but most of the time, it's an honor when people are saying to do something that 25 years ago, we created that people still love and want to see, is special. they'll never see it. >> yeah. >> i'll never do it. but i appreciate it. >> it's one of the things where it goes beyond time. so, we're gone. people know -- hopefully we don't go anytime soon. >> no. >> you went down a dark alley. >> you created something that lives on. >> i will.
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i will. now, elton john, this week, canceled his las vegas concerts, at caesar's palace because they had a harmful and unusual bacteria infection in a trip to south america. and in a statement, elton said, i'm so fortunate to have incredible and loyal fans and apologize for disappointing them. that to me is, as crazy as he is saying to his fans, i'm sorry i had to cancel on you because i -- >> because of a strange and unusual bacteria. >> i have an infection that put me in the hospital. it tell yos uh the person that elton john really is. >> still feels bad. >> it's beautiful to see that take on his appreciation for his fans. we obviously feel bad for him. he's going to be fine. elton is expected to makerecove. and will resume in june 3rd. and in october.
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>> it will make people love him more. you go to the concert, he didn't have to give an explanation. you can tell he feels bad. you know, we have a meei in before the show. but dylan and i were downstairs. you had a conversation about emojis. and i'm not sure what the deal is. but apparently, good-bye gargoyles, hello emojis. there's a new building in amsterfort. it's decorated with concrete cu sculptures of emojis. >> something that connects you to the time. it's emoji. it's emoji. >> i can understand it in a way, where gargoyles were probably like a popular thing back in the day when they were sculpting building. now, unfortunately this, is what our era is known for. >> a bunch of goof balls.
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>> it's so sad. people will look back on this decade and go, oh, emojis were the thing. >> pyramids from other times. >> i'm not an emoji user. we have this wonderful thing called the english language. >> in a text, sometimes it's not translated the tone. if i put a smiley face -- >> i fill it in with a hundred exclamation points. >> i try to word it in a way that is clear. >> how long does it take you to text then? >> i leave longer texts. they're a little longer. but i make sure i'm impressing, you know? >> my bad. >> you kids these days. >> bitmojis are fun, though. have you done the bitmoji thing? >> get ready, alfonso. we're going to make him a bitmoji before this hour is done. and he is going to reveal juicy secrets from the set (avo) did you know two areas of your brain can make it hard to lose weight? contrave is an fda-approved weight-loss medicine that may
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this timyou haveis turn. 4.3 minutes to yourself. this calls for a taste of cheesecake. new philadelphia cheesecake cups. rich, creamy cheesecake with real strawberries. find them with the refrigerated desserts. back, now, with more of "today's take" and our guest co-host, alfonso ribeiro. we figured out the reason he doesn't want bitmoji is he has fame. a cartoon version of ourselves. >> no, this is like a cartoon. i was like, y'all went back to being 9. >> yeah. it's fun. >> be 9, have some popcorn. we talk about secrets from the set. >> okay. >> you've been in show business since you were 8 years old.
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>> decades. plural. >> this is a game we're calling "secrets from the set." >> it took us a long time for that title. >> let's see. you appeared in a commercial with michael jackson. who was the better dancer? you or m.j.? i think that's real clear it was me. >> you were -- >> not really. >> i didn't know that. >> that's me there. i was 12 years old, 1984. and i'll tell you what i did learn on that commercial was, like, i started -- we started to doing the rehearsals and it took me eight seconds to learn my choreography. and michael spent an hour. okay, mike, you're better than this. okay. >> what was the deal? >> what i realized was mike didn't learn choreography. michael perfected choreography. >> got the moves. i'm cool. right? and he's like, no. i am figuring out exactly where the and goes. exactly where the foot goes. like, shoulder levels. and he was, like, to a "t"
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learning it. >> 8 years old, you know that's michael jackson. >> i was 12 then. i was a huge fan of michael's. okay. >> that's pretty cool. love that face. >> like -- what was your absolute first impression upon meeting will smith? here's the thing. i had known will smith before we actually did "the fresh prince of bel air." i had met him and we hung out, went to disneyland together. they had a concert, the summer jams. and i met him at one of the concerts. and we hung out for a couple weeks. >> just from meeting him. >> his parents just don't understand days. >> that was then. and before we actually evened that had the tv series. when they called me and said, we want you to audition for this tv show, it's with this rapper, the fresh prince. i'm like, i know will.
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i'm going to audition for your show. hook a brother up. >> one more. one more. >> you better hook a brother up. >> is that what you said? >> i talk like that. you better hook a brother up. true or false, you chose the name carlton for your name character on "fresh prince"? >> i had no involvement with it. carlton is actually a person. so, "the fresh prince of bel air" is based on actual people. right? betty medina, who is j. lo's manager. he was a producer, he is the fresh prince. and he lived with a family. and the family had a son. and so, i was -- my character was based on him. i had no spoparts in that. but i told will to make his character name will on the show. >> did you? >> that was smart. >> you name yourself will and people will always remember your name. >> that's like dylan. you do the weather and we know
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it's you. go ahead. >> unless i'm doing something else. that's -- no time? >> we have time. >> there's rain in raleigh, north carolina. anyway. there is a lot of prarain, actually, through raleigh. six inches has fallen. no rain on the way, we have fresh flood emergencies until 11:00 this morning. if you are flying today, anywhere in the northeast, washington, baltimore, philly, new york, boston, rain and wind gusts up near 35 to 40 miles per hour, could cause significant delays. looking at the rain to make it up the east coast, as we continue through wednesday. and southern new england could pick up as much as three to four inches of rain in good morning. i'm meteorologist, bill henley. wind is blowing. temperatures in the 50s. more rain developing later this morning and afternoon. we could see some heavy
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downpours. it will all combine to keep temperatures in the 50s for philadelphia, 57, the suburbs, 55, new jersey. at the shore, the winds will be stronger and the rain heavy. a chance of a thunderstorm. lehigh valley, you will get rain, 2:55 this afternoon. heavy do you know poors for delaware. >> your flight may or may not be on time. i don't know. >> we're going to work on that. memorial day is around the corner. but we have time to slim down. madeline is going to show you the snacks to keep you
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>> we're going to take the red balloons and put them in. these are the foods that when you eat them, just pop them in today, also. you start eating these things, you're not going to be full because they're white flour based or crackers. >> and you keep eating. >> you stomach never feels full. >> and you keep popping them. >> the good news, there are foods that will keep you full. these are the green balloons. they have something in common. fiber, water, air, protein or healthy fats. let's look at what these things are. the green foods. >> green looks good. >> you're full already. >> okay. >> first, let's talk about air. remember, all these things, try them out. different things work for different people. some people like that sense of fullness. with air, you're pumping out the calories. >> is it good? >> it means that it's good for you. look at that popcorn. a half a cup of cooked corn is
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the same as air-popped popcorn. whether it's puffed wheat or rice, you get double the volume. if you like the sense of fullness with if air, it's temporary. >> these are going to be green balloons. this has air. >> done. >> that will take you forward. >> what do we have? >> the next ingredient you want to look for is fiber. it comes in a lot of ways. fiber works because it bulks you up. you can get it in a lot of different ways. split pea soup, the highest fiber in all of fruit land is going to be raspberries or blackberries. and artichokes. they're going to be good for few. >> everything on this table is a win? >> these are wins for timpbt reas different reasons. air, fiber. now, we go to protein. protein works differently. it's not making your stomach physically fuller. but it sends a signal to your brain that i'm full.
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in happens with eggs, yogurt, things you can carry on the road. a little pack of tuna. >> your brain tells you you're full. >> it's all neurological. that's why you get a different set of fullness. a lot of people don't like feeling full in their stomach like the other ones do. >> that's how i eat. i eat to full. an i'm learning to eat until i'm happy. less full. in yes. to be content and satisfied. that's the end point you want to go to. a-plus on that. >> squeeze these in. >> and watwater. fruits and vegetables. watermelon is the best thing. >> it is. >> times we're thirsty. you can get the water to fill up in your stomach. also -- >> and you hydrate. >> all of these, most fruits and vegetables are 90% water. >> and fat, right? >> you have seven seconds.
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and for dark spots. rapid tone repair. neutrogena® see what's possible. good morning. i'm vai sick qua hkahema. let's get to bill henley. lots of wind and rain and clouds. the rain will be on and off. starting to move back into the points onshore. clouds are in place. they will stay put. steadier rain for late this morning and this afternoon. that's when we could see some heavy downpours. through it all, gusty winds, tapping 20 miles an hour. it is an 18-mile-an-hour wind in philadelphia. 20 miles an hour in wildwood. that's going to keep temperatures in the 50s all day long. >> let's get a check on the rhodes with francesca ruscio.
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>> flooding is still an issue from the water main at south 58th and chester. take north longacre boulevard but for the most part, still wreaking havoc for the residents within that area. let's take a look at this vine street expressway. either direction, traffic looks pretty good thus far. vi, back over to you. francesca mentioned this water main break in southwest philadelphia. it was just shut off roughly an hour ago. it first flooded 58th and chester around 4:00 this morning. city water crews had a hard time shutting off the water. we are also seeing some buckling and we are monitoring the situation closely. stay with nbc 10 and the nbc 10 app for updates. the final round of road closures for the nfl draft are in effect near the philadelphia art museum. that includes some side streets near the ben franklin parkway and string garden. the city is getting ready for an estimated 200,000 people at the
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draft which begins thursday. you can always get the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 news and app and we'll see you at the top of the hour.
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>> what do you do with that square footage? >> a little thing. >> you enjoy it, is what you do. and check out the bedrooms, filled with poke dlka-dots. and the wallpaper in the kids' bathroom is scratch and sniff with fruit flavors. if it gets stinky, you get a banana, and pineapple. >> how much is the price tag. $27.5 million. is it for sale? >> it's for sale. you can buy tommy's house. and he says the house is part gallery, part beach house, part disco. >> that's love right there. and we also have just up the fre street from where we are, the plaza hotel, and a three-story penthouse with views overlooking central park. >> the plaza hotel, the favorite of celebrities and royals. the top of it, is condos. and this is the mansion in the sky.
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it's got 21-foot ceilings in the kitchen. the mast eer suite is the entir third floor. you get out of bed and drink your morning coffee with one of the best central park views in all of new york city. and this is my favorite thing, the office, has a lot of technology. the office is glass, with glass walls. if you want privacy, you press a button and the glass turns opaq opaque. >> how much? how much? >> $39.7 million. under 40 million bucks. >> that's cheap. i'm going to look at that tomorrow. >> the next stop is in los cabos, mexico, right? >> on the more affordable side -- >> he stayed at the seaside mansion. >> this is a resort villa. $35,000 a night. the ty warner mansion. ty warner is the billionaire who made his fortune from beanie babies.
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got into tax trouble. and now, back with beanie boos and building resorts around the world. this place, 38,000 square feet. an infinity with a swim pool. a see-through pool above the master wa ee eer bathroom? >> in the bathroom? >> that's too much transparency for you, there's a button that you can press to make that opaque. >> i don't want someone floating over. that's your chess butler. your chess butler. you want to play a big game of chess. >> they move the pieces for you, while you sit on the balcony. >> and your own personal fireworks display that you design. you press the button and at the end of your stay, you have your own finale with fireworks. >> did we say how much that one is? >> $35,000 a night. >> to rent. yeah. that's just above my budget.
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>> people stay there for ten days. >> i'm not. >> money is no option. let's say you're in l.a. >> my neck of the woods. >> what is the next one? megamansion going for $100 million. >> this is called opus. this has jetliner views of los angeles. you see everything, indoor outdoor space. there's a gold champagne vault with chis tarystal that comes we house. it's $800,000 worth of cars. downstairs there's another pool and a wellness center. you're going to feel well after this. a beauty salon, plunge pools and a glass water wall. this place is $100 million. that sounds crazy. that's nothing, right? in bel air, right? if you go to bel air, you have to step it up. and you have a house for $500 million. >> you heard it right.
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permission. >> we decide to rent a boat because my wife has had a nefarious past. we get a boat and drive to cuba. >> my pronunciation is off sometimes. >> the second season ends tonight. do you have anything to cheer up your millions of fanta fans? >> we live in a show of television. tonight is the last episode you will see this year. >> yay. >> we are renewed for season three. back next year. >> congratulations. >> i reel you back in. >> is it too early to ask what you can get into in southboueas three? >> yes. i haven't written it yet. >> i don't know. >> i have to ask you. you and your wife, samantha bee, you created this together, right? >> yes. >> you have three kids. >> we have three kids but only two on the show because three isn't funny.
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alone, we're going to show you the gear to keep all your stuff organized and make your life easier. >> and here with the latest in luggage style is jen. >> welcome. >> okay. this right here, like different bags for different traveling needs. >> short weekend getaways. >> this is what is great. you're going to a wedding or work travel. you need fancy dress or suit. you have the garment bag and a duffel. we put the suit in here. put a shoe on either side. then, you can fold it up and it zips into a duffel just like that. everything is find. >> i want one. >> it's really smart. >> i need it. i go on business trips by myself. and i need that because i have to put it in my big superluggage, versus having something perfect for it. >> there's a charger and it's
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removable. if you can't bring it onboard, you can take it out. >> great job with that. >> thank you, buddy. moving on to kelsey. her backpack is two pounds and can stretch to carry more than you think. >> this is amazing. this company is all about travel innovation. this is superlightweight. you can put an outfit, sneakers in here. what is super cool is these are memory foam. the straps customize to you. this is a pouch on the back to put it on luggage. and these are designed to knot up. for security, you can tie it pup. >> and nobody can come along, walking through the airport. and you're getting bumped and someone is stealing your stuff. >> this is cool. you have a fanny pack. i need to be hands-free. this, you put your passport, all of your important things there. you don't get behind.
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so, great. >> that's almost like a great bag for like your diaper bag also. right? >> yeah. >> my wife is like, she needs both hands. backpacks are great as diaper bags. >> this is our splurge item here. >> this is -- speaking of the ultimate, this is the ultimate luggage for glam girls getaway. this is a company called smart party. you can put 60 different outfits? >> 60? >> if you pack smart, there's so many things you can roll around. space for four pairs of shoes. everything that separates. comes with a laundry bag and a charger. you got this pouch in here. also, there's an option that you can get it with a speaker. >> okay. >> when you're getting ready with girlfriends. >> how do you get 60 in there? i'm going to get four. >> it comes with a packing guide. and the wheels rotate 360. you look extra fabulous. >> okay. family vacations.
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>> this is the one i really need. >> this is away luggage. this is one of the companies that change ed everything about the way we're buying luggage. the prices are amazing. and they have sizes from a carry-on to a giant one. you can compress in here. you have souvenirs. an they nest inside each other. when you're not traveling, for stovrj. >> i have a closet full of bags. just luggage. >> this all goes together. >> this is a stroller car seat, correct? >> supercool. when you're traveling with kids. there's so much gear. you want to make sure that you have something easy to travel with. i love this. it's one-of-a-kind, from duna. a car seat that becomes a stroller. ali can put her daughter in this, take it to the airport, pop it with one button on the back, there's one button. and it expands.
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you have a stroller. >> all the way into a stroller. >> that's brilliant. if you buy a seat for your kid, you can use that and put it into the actual seat, correct? >> you can put it in your seat. if you hop in uber, collapse it, happen in the car and you're off. >> jen, thanks for being here. now, i want to go on a trip. back here in a moment. in is "today" on nbc.
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good morning. i'm vai sikahema, we are a few minutes short of 10:00 a.m. let's get right to bill henley with the most accurate forecast. look at the rain that has returned to wilmington. it is part of the storm system that was here yesterday that is going to be intensifying as we go into the afternoon. light rain in southern delaware and south jersey. there are some minor downpours in burlington county just
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starting to move into delaware county. the temperature has come up a little bit. 54 degrees in philadelphia. with the wind and rain, we'll stay in the 50s all day long. >> thank you, bill. let's get a check on the rhodes with nbc traffic reporter, fran chez chess ka ruscio. take a look at traffic flow. we are doing pretty good with travel speeds. coming back into the 50s and 60s. let's take a look at 95. woodhaven towards the vine is going to take you 20 minutes. northbound, a different did story. vai, back over to you. >> reporter: now, to the water main break in southwest philadelphia. it was shut off around 8:30 this morning after flooding at the intersection of 58th and chester for several hours. city water crews had a hard time shutting off the water. right now, the intersection remains closed. there is some buckling in the pavement as well. there has been so much water there. stay with nbc 10.
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