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information on our website, head on over to the resources page for a list of transit alternatives. good morning. fallen heros, new details emerging about the 19 brave firefighters killed in arizona as mourners pack an emotional memorial service. this morning, the wife of one of the victims tells of her husband's final moments. new this morning, president obama heading home from africa after a rareublic appearance along side former president george w. bush as the first ladies dish on life in the white house. >> there are prison elements to it, but it's a nice prison. and cosmo not. an unmanned russian rocket nose dives moments after launch and explodes into a massive fireball.
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what went wrong? today tuesday, july 2nd, 2013. from nbc news, this is today with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. good morning, everyone. welcome to today on a tuesday morning. >> i'm willie geist along with natalie morales. thousands attended the service for the firefighters that died battling a dangerous wildfire. >> this is a community in mourning and the fire is spreading and threatening more homes. we'll talk to the widow of one of the fallen. andrew ashcraft. she shared to us the final photo he texted her showing him and fellow member of the team moment before the fire made its devastating fatal turn. but first, the latest on the investigation.
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let's get right to nbc's miguel almaguer. good morning to you. >> reporter: savannah, good morning. in the next day or two firefighters hope to know more about what happened on the day so many died here. as they search for answers, a community grieves. the 19 fallen firefighters gave their lives to protect their community. >> the city of prescott lost, the state of arizona and the nation. these were the best. they were on call to go anywhere. >> reporter: 14 of the victims were in their 20s. young men who were starting families, pursuing their dreams and were in the prime of their lives. >> i was very proud of him. he was a good kid. and he's going to be so missed. >> reporter: last night, baseball's arizona diamondbacks wore black arm bands and unveiled special yarnell jerseys for the 19 fallen men. the hot shot team from prescott was caught in the middle of a
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violent fire storm. when emergency crews reached the team, it was too late. their fire shelters couldn't protect them as flames quickly closed in. >> this was their backyard. for fire to overrun the entire crew has all of us scratching our head and wondering what happened. >> reporter: with the yarnell hill fire still raging out of control this morning, fire officials now believe an estimated 50 homes were destroyed. but the loss in prescott isn't measured in property. instead, in lives. this somber salute, a convoy of coroner vans carrying the body of the victims. >> if this day on the line i should lose my life, lord bless my hotshot crew, my children, and my wife. >> reporter: a community paying tribute to a young and fearless team that will never come home.
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the hotshot crew that perished belonged to a group of 20. the sole survivor was said to be in the unit's vehicle and was not injured by the fire. meantime, this blaze has scorched some 8,000 acres. it is on the move and threatening some 200 homes. savannah, back to you. >> miguel almaguer, thank you. julian ashcraft's husband was one of the firefighters that died on sunday. juliann good morning to you. >> good morning savannah. >> let me start by saying how sorry we are to hear of your loss. you have little kids. this must come as such a shock. how are you doing? >> well, it's a sad day but we're hanging in there. we have a lot of support from the community. a lot of support from the other wives going through the same thing and we're doing the best we can. just one day at a time. >> i know one of the reasons you're here talking to us this morning is because you want everybody to know what a
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wonderful man your husband was. what would you want people to learn about him? >> not just him, all the 19 men that lost their lives and of course i'm partial and i love dearly and miss dearly my husband and the father of my children. he was the most amazing man. best person i know. a contagious smile, a heart of gold. that's why he chose to do what he did and work where he worked. he wanted to protect the community he lived in and loved. and the 19 men, all of them, they really bonded together. and i want people to know that in our time of mourning we want people to know they were heros. they are heros. they were heros in our homes, in our community, and the people they helped spare and our kids remember them as heros as well. >> they were really the elite of the elite and i know your husband in particular was rookie of the year in 2011. this is incredibly dangerous work.
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it goes without sa. what did it mean to him to be on the front lines, to help people? >> it was everything to him. outside of the love he shared for his family members, hotshot firefighting was his life. he had his priorities in line but when he was there he would tell me they say jump and i say how high. the main goal was to save lives. it was a blessing it came on the end when so many things were done by the hotshots. our community was so proud of them and we're still so proud of them. it means everything to the way people have reached out. they loved what they did. these men worked together. they lived together. they fought fires together, and they died together doing what they love. >> i know on sunday you exchanged a text message with
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your husband in the late afternoon and it may have been -- >> yes. >> -- just a couple hours before he passed. can you share with us what he said? >> sure. we had a series of text messages throughout that morning. he let me know that they had been assigned to the fire in yarnell. at that point they were focusing more on people's valley. he let us know he loved us and missed us already which was a common thing for him to do when he would go on a fire. because of the dangers of the job he would always tell us he loved us. he got to the fire and i had gone to church with our four children and our oldest son gave a talk in church this past sunday that he was sad that he missed so he messaged me and told me to let him know he was proud of him. he said along the same lines that he was missing our family and that for whatever reason that this fire was wild and he said it looked like people's valley was starting to burn and
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obviously the goal is for them to avoid any structure on fire. so it was wild he said. and i sent him pictures of what we were doing and the kids swimming and he sent me a photo back of where he was sitting and what the fire looked like for them from their lunch spot and it still did not look at catastrophic as it turned out to be, but it was interesting to have that perspective, to know what life was like for him on the fire lines and what he risked day in and day out. he got back to me and said i wish i was in the swimming pool. he also followed it up. i told him through our text messages that our daughter had been saying, when he was watching the thunderstorm she said daddy needs to see this and i let him know via text message she had said that. he said we could sure use rain over here. that was the last i heard from him. i sent a reply that said will you be sleeping out there
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tonight? and of course there was no reply. they all laid out there that night. >> you have our love and our sympathy and greatest admiration. we wish you the best. thank you for sharing his story and the story of the other firefighters who were so brave. we really appreciate it. >> thank you. they are heros. >> you know savannah, you look at the photographs of the family. andrew, 29 years old. four children, none of whom are older than the age of 6. z they need a lot of help from the community and their family but a very strong woman this morning. >> beautiful family. >> it was so important for her to let the world know about him and his colleagues and how special they were and what they did and she said it, they died fighting to protect people. that's what they were all about and they have our hearts this morning. that is for sure. >> what courage, though, to hear her words and, wow, just to be
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able to speak like that and really represent the best of what they're going through right now. >> there are 18 more stories just like that one, unfortunately. we turn to other news this morning, a rare meeting between president obama and former president george w. bush overnight as the president wraps up his trip to africa. chuck todd is there in tanzania for us. chuck, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, willie. you know, it's rare for two presidents to be in washington at the same time. rare, still for them to be at the same event but here we are some 8,000 miles away from the west wing in tanzania and there stood president obama and bush who were here to pay tribute to some of the first americans killed by an osama bin laden lead terrorist attack. walking side by side presidents obama and bush together in tanzania at the u.s. embassy for a ceremony. a moment of silence to honor the victims of the 1998 al qaeda
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bombing. 10 were killed that day and more than 85 were injured. a joint appearance, a last minute add to the schedule. it appeared the only bush and obama that would appear together were laura and michelle. >> i like this woman. >> michelle obama at the invitation of laura bush attended a bush institute organization 2-day summit that began today. current and former first ladies got candid at the white house. >> there are prison elements to it. but it's a really nice president. >> with a chef. >> you can't complain. but there's definitely, you know, elements that are confining. i love my husband, but sometimes when he has like five things to do at one time, it's funny to watch it. you don't know where your jacket is right now. can't find that shoe, mr.
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president. in these jobs when the pressure is so much and there's so much coming at them, i come to realize there has to be a soft place to land. >> exactly. >> there has to be a place when they walk in that door and no one else but dad or sweetheart. >> president obama's final event here in africa, a tour of a power plant with the tanzanian power plant. the soccer ball seemed to give him the biggest kick. >> mechanism inside so the kinetic energy when you kick it all day essentially brings a better. >> this is the legacy president obama hopes is left here by him a decade from now. his power africa initiative he hopes people look back and say this obama initiative helped turn the lights on in rural communities. the president is back home. he will have a fourth of july celebration at the white house, willie and it's off to camp
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david. >> and chuck todd gets to come home and ditch the safari casual. >> oh, great, thanks. >> thanks for outing me. >> it's his camping outfit. >> you look good, chuck. meantime, new developments in the hunt for edward snowden. >> good morning, savannah and
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willie. he is still in moscow so far with nowhere to go. he's lashing out at the obama administration. jim, is his bid for asylum in russia on or off? >> hi, natalie. it was on. now it appears to be off. he applied for asylum on sunday. monday putin said snowden could only stay here if he stops with
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his leaks. he has reconsidered and withdrawn his request. mean what time, snowden has applied for asylum in at least a dozen other countries. in his first statement here, he accused the obama administration of using citizenship as a weapon by canceling his u.s. passport. a justice department spokeswoman said he remains a u.s. citizen and america is willing to take him back. >> thank you. egypt is on edge once again this morning following days of unrest. now an ultimatum to the president. richard engel is in cairo. a lot of uncertainty there once again. there are frequent power cuts on employment rising. opposition members say instead of focusing on these national priorities morsi has been instead trying to impose an islamic agenda. he has his own supporters, in fact. they are planning on holding 50 of their own demonstrations today. what's new this time is the egyptian army is intervening and saying unless this crisis is resolved in the next 30 hours or so, the army will step in and impose its own road map. what that means remains unclear. but morsi says the army is threatening a coup. a close call 14,000 feet in the air. spirit airlines plane was forced into a sharp dive over southeast michigan sunday after it came
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within a mile and a half of a skydiving plane. screaming passengers said they thought they were going to crash. the faa is now investigating. two parasailers are recovering after the cable pulling them broke free of the boat. two teenage girls in a tandem harness appeared to bounce off the side of the condo there. they eventually landed on cars in a parking lot. it's horrible to see that >> not a good day russia's space launch facility. engines apparently shut down just after liftoff. no injuries. but on board, three satellites worth about $200 million. and you're up to date right now at 7:16. back to savannah, willie and
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maria. >> maria is here for al. >> good morning. rough weather. incredible video out of new jersey with a tornado. this is southwest of manhattan. trees down, power lines down, and wind damage. winds estimated 85 miles per hour. it came through manhattan with torrential rainfall. we have similar conditions today. that means more heavy rainfall from florida where we have flood watches out. flood watches up and down from the mid atlantic to the northeast. you see the radar with showers right now. more of the same later this afternoon. watch out for the flash flooding conditions. your local forecast in just about 30 seconds. r local forecat in just about 30 seconds.
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7:18 on a tuesday morning. we have showers on the radar. we are still tracking that excessive heat. today marks the peak of the heat wave. make sure you are ready for the 107 degrees in some of your inland cities. you may have to use your windshield wipers as you see the monsoonal moisture. 90 in fremont. 77 degrees in san francisco. keep isolated thunderstorms in the mix for tomorrow. and that's a look at your weather. guys, back to you. >> thank you. coming up, jurors at the trial of george zimmerman hear from him and the lead investigator for the first time. will that help the prosecution or the defense. >> from justin bieber to one direction, why has it become so
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i like sweet things. [ man ] shut up, henry. ♪ it is 7:26. i am jon kelley. we have breaking news. bart workers on strikeb'5r a second day. let's go live to christie smith in oakland where commuters are boarding buses instead of trains. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. it looks like bart advertised it so well with the shuttle buses that it is filling up and full at four other bart stations. now it looks like west oakland is your best and only option if you want to get into san francisco at all this morning. shuttle buses were dropping riders here this morning and then boarded them to another
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bus. tomorrow bart already saying that if the strike continues they plan to increase bus capacity again. reporting live in west oakland, christie smith, "today in the bay." >> to help you navigate your morning commute anthony slaughter is here with the answers. >> we are talking about major slow downs still. this continues past richmond. this is just the beginning. you can see a lot of red moving through richmond through 24th. even through concord. no major accidents there but two earlier accidents approaching livermore through the pass keeping things slow through tracy all the way back to 205. starting to pick up on 101 northbound. let's show you the palo alto cam. fremont things are moving smoothly. now palo alto things muc s movi
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smoothly. grab the shades on your way out the front door. 72 degrees in livermore. 66 in san jose. 63 gilroy. it is balmy out there. by about 1:00 p.m. close to the century mark in places like antioch and livermore. rounding out day today 107 degrees in livermore. in addition to the heat it is sticky out there. isolated thunderstorms. we are tracking those for you all morning long. >> try to stay cool. we'll have another local update in one half hour from right now. the thing is bee,
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he needs no introduction but that is eight-time grammy winner usher, and he has big plans for the fourth of july. in fact, he'll be here to fill us in on that tomorrow morning on "today." 7:30 on a tuesday morning. it's the 2nd of july. i'm savannah guthrie along side willie geist in for matt and natalie morales is here as well. al is off as well. just ahead, have you ever tried to buy concert tickets -- you said this happened to you when you were trying to get bieber tickets. >> one d. >> oh, okay. the second they go on sale you're shut out and can't get the tickets. >> why is that happening? the industry secret is revealed
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and you might not be happy. "proof of heaven." it's a popular book written by a neurosurgeon who said he went to hen and came back but one researchers is saying there's holes in that story. we're going to begin this half hour. new developments tied to the arrest of nfl star aaron hernandez. nbc's stephanie gosk joins us now with the latest on the investigation. stephanie, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. well, without bail aaron hernandez is going to be sitting here at the county jailhouse for months or a year waiting for his trial. we're learning new details about what life is like here and how an nfl player accused of murder is being handled carefully. aaron hernandez is not held in general population. he is in a unit with fewer than ten other inmates. >> he has quite a bit of a transition from his lifestyle on the outside to his lifestyle on the inside. >> reporter: the nfl player is
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allowed to leave the 7x10 foot cell for three hours a day to use the exercise yard, phone, and common area. no direct contact with other inmates. his safety is a concern but so far there's no threats. >> just have to pay close attention to the fact that he is a high-profile person and keep a close ear to the ground. >> reporter: outside the jailhouse, new england patriots have an offer for any fan with an 81 jersey. turn it in and get another for a player that will be on the team this fall. other fans are putting them on ebay. one sold for $1,000. the seller just wanted it out of the house. hernandez pled not guilty to first-degree murder and multiple gun charges. he is accused of orchestrating the execution of odin lloyd with two other men at his side. one of those men, ernest wallace turned himself in to police in florida after massachusetts police posted a wanted alert with his picture. >> he's charged with accessory
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after the fact. >> reporter: in court, wallace did not fight his extradition to massachusetts, where he'll likely be arraigned this week on an accessory to murder charge. the other man, carlos ortiz, is being held without bail after pleading not guilty to a legal weapons possession. so far the only person charged with odin lloyd's murder is hernandez. raising the possibility that ortiz and wallace may cooperate with prosecutors in exchange for lesser charges says legal expert david schwartz. >> you testify and you testify to what you saw that night and the eyewitness testimony on the part of ortiz and on the part of wallace will make the prosecutor's case. >> reporter: former patriot's wide receiver deon branch spoke to a newspaper defending hernandez. he says he's a great guy and close friend and he hopes he didn't have anything to do with this murder. back to you guys. >> stephanie gosk, thank you so much. >> let's get a check of the weather from maria larosa, who's
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in this morning for al. >> by the way, grandma, don't walk away from the tv. you have these beauties to look at. it's been an incredible weather story across the west where it's bone dry and extremely hot. no relief in sight. that high pressure dominating everything and keeping the cool air and wet weather away. high temperatures from phoenix to salt lake city. 10 to 15 degrees above the average. even into the northwest where we're seeing temperatures in spokane, 100 degrees today. that's the weather a good morning to you. the time now 7:34. look at the radar. we have showers wrapping around a ridge of high pressure that will bring temperatures to the peak of the heat wave today. you might have to use windshield wipers this morning. not expecting a lot of rain cooled air. temperatures at 107 in livermore and fairfield. 77 in san francisco. and a hot day in redwood city at
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92 degrees. by tomorrow more isolated thunderstorms and dry you out by independence day. willie, over to you. >> thank you very much. now to the trial of george zimmerman where jurors heard from him for the first time. nbc's kerry sanders is at the courthouse in sanford, florida. kerry, good morning. >> reporter: willie, good morning. george zimmerman did not take the stand but his own words and video and audio and written statements were presented to the jury in this second-degree murder case. the jury now heard from the accused, george zimmerman in the neighborhood where he shot and killed trayvon martin. >> you know the name of the person that died? >> trayvon? >> trayvon. >> reporter: and in several interviews at the police department. the questioning began the evening of the shooting and lasted over a four-day period. sometimes without a camera. >> he jumped out from the bushes and he said what the [ bleep ]
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is your problem homie. >> reporter: these statements recorded the night of trayvon martin's death. >> i said, help me, help me, he's killing me. and he puts his hand on my nose and on my mouth and says you're going to die tonight. >> reporter: zimmerman went on to say trayvon martin tried to smash his head in the concrete. three days laider, lead detective chris serino and investigator doris singleton sat down with zimmerman again. >> when he walked up to your car, why didn't you say anything to him. >> i guess fear. i didn't want to confront him. >> reporter: and later with the video off but the audio still recording, they challenged zimmerman's assertion that he shot martin in self-defense. >> you wanted to catch him. you wanted to catch the bad guy. >> reporter: zimmerman's answer, no. he pled not guilty to second-degree murder. at one point, serino bluffed him
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telling him there was a video of what happened that february night. >> i believe his words -- i was hoping somebody would video tape it. >> reporter: defense attorney mark o'mara continued. >> the fact that george zimmerman said to you thank god i hope somebody did videotape the event or the whole event, what -- his statement, what did that indicate to you? >> either he was telling the truth, or he was a complete pathological liar, one or the two. >> reporter: serino's conclusion -- >> you think he was telling the truth? >> yes. >> reporter: as we go live to the courtroom, detective serino is now back on the stand testifying. the detective had prepared an arrest affidavit to charge george zimmerman with manslaughter, but no arrest was ever made. a special prosecutor later assigned to the case brought the charges that led to this second-degree murder charge. >> in sanford, kerry sanders. thank you. lisa bloom is our legal analyst. good morning. >> good morning.
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>> the jury hears, audio, video, n court. what inconsistencies did you hear? >> there were a number of them. the biggest one goes to was he following trayvon martin. sometimes he says he was but then one said no i wasn't. i was going to see the name of the street. even though he lives there, there's only three streets in the gated community and he's the neighborhood watch coordinator. >> inconsistencies are a problem enough to undermine the case? >> that's for the jury to decide. there are a number of them. he also says trayvon martin jumped out from the bushes. there are no bushes in the area. ultimately, detective serino, at the end of his testimony, said i believe him. i believed his story of self-defense. so even though there are a number of inconsistencies, the toughest investigator on the case believed george zimmerman. >> serino also went on to say, he's the lead investigator, he didn't consider zimmerman's injuries to be life threatening. does that undermine zimmerman's case he acted in self-defense? >> that certainly helps the prosecution.
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by the way, i think yesterday was the best day for the prosecution. the jurors saw zimmerman even on a videotape having to answer hard questions and squirming a bit. the fact the injuries were only a few cuts, bumps and bruises does undercut his story. >> a lot of times in a self-defense case, the defendant takings the stand. if you're george zimmerman's attorney, do you put him on the stand? >> no way, no how. most attorneys i talk to say why subject him to a cross-examination when the jury has heard his story? i think the only way he takes the stand is if he insists. it's his right. this is a guy who likes to talk. he talked to the police multiple times. he even stands up in court every time somebody identifies him. i've never seen that before. >> we shall see. lisa bloom, thanks so much. >> thank you. coming up next, do you have trouble getting tickets to a big concert? why it's become so hard for the average fan to get seats to the hottest shows. and in trending, if you were like millions of americans who loved "the bible" mini series, we have good news for you this
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either way, the minute tickets go on sale, you go online credit card ready and you're shut out. entire arenas sold out like that. where do those tickets really go? this morning, we're pulling back the curtain to show you who is really getting those seats. they're the hottest tickets in town, from bieber, to pink, to one direction. seeing one direction would be a dream come true. for this girl, 11-year-old jayden. so her mom tried to surprise her going online to buy tickets the second they went on sale. >> 10:00 claimed i pressed for first available. sorry no tickets available. it's become impossible for the average person to get tickets. >> so what's really going on here? john potter is with a fans
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rights group funded by stub hub and what he found may stun you. by the time tickets officially go on sale, most may already be unavailable. >> a huge percentage of the tickets will have already been sold before you have a chance to buy the two they want. >> who is getting them? >> the high end credit card holders that get the e-mail, they're giving them to the fan club and many go to the artist or to the venue. >> and he says the numbers for many concerts are staggering. for a one direction show in new jersey this month box office records show at least 64% of tickets were held back or sold to special groups. unavailable to everybody else. then there's maroon 5. at a recent concert, same thing. 64% earmarked for vips and special groups and even higher
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for pink. for her concert at new jersey's izod center, at least 77% of tickets were reserved for those special groups. the rest of the public had to fight for what's left. but the most dramatic example is justin bieber. at his concert in fresno, california, 92% of tickets went to special groups or were held back entirely. that means of more than 12,000 seats, only 940 were set aside for the official sale date. >> this is very secretive. there's only a few people in the room when they decide who is going to get tickets. they don't want us to know that artists are holding back tickets and venues are holding back tickets. >> none of the artists would comment for the story but live nation told us free sales are open to the public and fans can participate in easily accessible ways. but critics say they're not being open with the fans. >> we're going to get shafted as
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usual. >> the new jersey congressman says this industry is out of control. now he has drafted legislation for government oversight. >> what i want is that people will know ahead of time how many tickets are going to go on sale for the general public. >> you want transparency. >> that's what we don't have right now is transparency. >> but tour promoters are fighting it saying being more open would only help the scalpers. the congressman is trying to stop them too. making it illegal for professional scalpers to use high-tech computer programs to snatch up hundreds of tickets. >> thousands of tickets i don't have a chance at and you don't have a chance at. >> i have to buy it from a jacked up price from the broker. >> that's what's happening. right now. give us some protection. that's what i'm talking about. >> a lot of fans will be furious or if you're a bieber fan, heart broken. what are you supposed to do? >> we've had a lot of e-mails from viewers complaining about the story so that's why we ended
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up doing it. we have ways you can increase your odds of getting a ticket. if you want to see an artist in concert join their fan club. it's usually free to sign up online. that gives you access to some of the held back tickets and puts you in a special group. be flexible. wait until the day before the show to buy the seats. two reasons, some of those held back tickets that aren't used may end up back at the box office and for sale last minute and if you're looking online the prices drop close to the show as brokers try to unload the tickets. the prices go down. if you're flexible, wait. >> this story idea came from viewers. so write in if you have a story idea. >> love it. >> thank you so much. coming up, do you look sad or angry for no reason? perhaps you suffer from what we will just call brs. we will meet the woman behind a psa that has gone viral. it's got people talking. don't tell her to smile. but first, these messages. le.
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breaking news to update you on. we are right in the middle of a very busy morning commute. the sengd straight day without bart. live look at the bay bridge toll plaza. we continue to cover what you need to know to get you to work. we just learned the charterer buses bart brought in to help out are filled to capacity. they no longer have any ÷úroom so be forewarned. we do want to inform you people can still board the buses to san francisco at the west oakland station. for a look around anthony slaughter is in. >> we are still looking at heavy congestion even at the bay bridge approach. we are starting to see all of those arteries that lead to the bay bridge on 24 through 80 coming through richmond and even through 880 every single highway
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right now is jam packed and barely moving at a stand still. we have two accidents being cleared away. just approaching livermore. and another accident on 880 northbound. you will notice as we take a look outside that things are still moving but at a slow pace across the san mateo bridge. you can see things are moving. there are lots of cars on the roads this morning. take it easy out there. christina loren has been telling us all about how hot it is going to be today. >> certainly going to make for more irritable people having to wait for the buses. make sure that you are patient. we urge the bosses to be patient, as well. everyone is trying to do their best to get to work. as you can see we are tracking lightning strikes just offshore. isolated showers from time to time. a better chance tomorrow. none theless we are expecting the peak of the heat wave.
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>> thank you very much. we will have another update in one half hour. crystal geyser is always bottled at the mountain source. crystal geyser. crystal geyser. crystal geyser. then we deliver it directly to you.
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♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ it's my mom's birthday. happy birthday. >> let's go. >> happy anniversary. >> hi grandma and pop. >> i can't live without my "today" show. >> we can't live without you either. it's the 12nd of july, 2013. >> a little muggy. >> yes. but we have a great crowd out here on the plaza. i'm savannah guthrie and along side -- we're talking about something a lot of people feel they have.
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if people feel they have a naturally sour expression on their face. for example, some stars have it, and even when they're happy, they look unhappy. there's a name for it. it's called [ bleep ] resting face. there's a hilarious viral video out there to help others. we're going to meet the woman behind it who says she suffers from this terrible syndrome. >> and a terrible case of it this morning. also, questions about the serious bestseller, "proof of heaven." some articles casting dougts on the story that was build as a work of nonfix. >> alecia silver stone was feeding her baby from her own mouth. and now she has a plan to share breast milk. >> we'll look agent today's
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headlines. >> good morning, everyone. mou than a thousand people attended a heart breaking memorial service last night for the firefighters fille killed this weekend. a convoy of white vans carried the heros' remains to the medical examiner's office. this morning, the grief was described by their kmoonty. >> most things that are this intense and emotional, it becomes a wordless scenario that people phenomenon and they experience by comforting each other and holding each other. >> they indicate that the sole survivor may have been moving the team's truck at the time of the tragedy. president obama is on his way home from his trip to africa. before he left, he made a rare appearance with president george w. bush. they taengsded a memorial for victims of the ail al qadea
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bombing. and michelle obama joined laura bush. the army who was charged for a shooting at texas military base is expected to plead not guilty. if con vick sd, he could face the death penalty. a mother charged with running a multi million dollar drug business, was released from veil. she was arrested more than a month ago. federal prosecutors say she is connected to aware house where they found nearly 3,000 marijuana plants fwg grown. former elmo pop-up tier says he is pleased that a new york judge has thrown out three sexual abuse lawsuit againsts
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him. the accused waited to long to sue. one other lawsuit is still pending in pen peb. a san diego judge ruled monday that yoeg ga classes taught in a public school district do not violence the separation of church and state. parents fds two children had sueded claims that they indock trinate the children in eastern religion. and take a look at this, a run away cow possessed a traffic hazard monday on highway near tampa bay, florida. the police chased the cow and she was trainingy liesed and returned to her farm. let's go back to savannah and willie. thank you very much. she's in for al this morning for a look at the weather.
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>> and we have a great crowd out here. but that really has been the story for the last week, humidity. let's take a look. that rain trend continues in our pick city, port land, maine. where believe it or not the one spot in the east isn't under some kind of flash flood wash. notice the thunderstorms in the southwest, that is a mixed blessing. they need the rain. but it's so dry and the lightning is a threat tore more while fires. >> from minneapolis down into we are rivalling all-time records for the month of july and that means temperatures are going to get close to 110
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degrees in livermore and forecasting 107 degrees today. so, in addition to the very hot weather, we also have some isolated thunderstorms and showers rolling onshore and that will be the case for today and even better chance for that wet weather as we head through your wednesday. fourth of july looks good it is going to be hot, finally getting some cooler weather friday into
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when women in particular are frowning, and i think maybe we need to relook at what a resting face looks like for a woman and just chill out. >> yeah, we could perfect our blank stare. >> yeah. >> what do you think about people getting surgery to correct it. >> surgery is what it is but maybe it would be cheaper if we all gave each other a break. >> thank you very much. >> thank you. >> you gave us a laugh. tomorrow on mind your manners, the cousin of the resting gest.
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good morning to you, it is 8:26 now we continue to follow breaking news. i'm laura garcia-cannon this morning's commute, big headache this morning as brart workers on strike for a second day. here is look at the backup on the bay bridge. that was just taken moments ago from our chopper. instead of using trains, commuters are jumping on buses, ferris and obviously, car there is to try to cross the bay. i want to check it right now with anthony slaughter, he is in for mike. >> lawyer rark the unfortunate thing, we have a stall past the bay bridge approach that's not only adding to all:]a of this traffic but still keeping things slow once you actually do get past the toll plaza and that is keeping things slow not only at the approach but past the caldecott tunnel, even through danville on 680, on 580 as well, all the major veins that lead to
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the bay bridge approach very slow right now and congested, livermore, the at mat pass remains slow, fremont slow as well. the south bay, things pick up across 101 north bound headed into mountain view and 280. as you can see, two accidents through the campbell area. take you outside and look like palo alto, traffic is moving but the southbound rains are congested. the good news, no major accidents across the peninsula, laura. >> that is good news. thank you very much, anthony. another local news update for you in half an hour. hope to see you then. keep cool out, too. it is hot out there.
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8:30 now on this tuesday morning. it's the 2nd of july, 2013. say good morning to everyone out here on the plaza. cute baby in the shot there. nice, warm, humid, sticky day out here on the plaza. we wanted to remind everybody that on friday john mayer will be here. if you're in the area come on down. you'll get treated to a great concert on the plaza. i'm savannah guthrie along side willie geist in for matt and
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natalie morales. >> good to be with you this morning. 4th of july on thursday and summer in full swing. that means a few things and also means sun burn. how to treat that bad sunburn. a little hint for you, have the milk and oatmeal ready. >> realdy? >> sounds like breakfast. >> also ahead from the red carpet to a stroll in the park. the hottest celebrity looks for a whole lot less. how you can sport them this summer. >> all right and what is now being done in paris to make business owners nicer to tourists. an interesting story. before we get to all of that, we need to wish a happy 23rd birthday to our executive producer. >> can you believe he is only 23. >> he had us fooled the whole time. >> sleep deprivation gives you a youthful appearance. happy birthday to him, our fearless leader we love and admire. >> where's the cake. >> queue the cake.
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>> there will be cake. >> what's going on. >> if he is 23, working with savannah made him around 40 something. >> exactly. >> happy birthday. let's bring in our good friend benjamin bratt. great to see you. >> you too. >> a new character has been introduced with your voice. i had to explain to the ladies that your face isn't actually in the movie. >> just good inspiration for the character. >> tell us about the character you're playing. >> i play two different personas in one person. if you took the most interesting man in the world from the mexican beer commercial and mashed it together with the guy from fantasy island, that's essentially who you have. >> you played him like a middle-aged man. >> with jagger, though. he's about 200 pounds over weight and he has the bad comb over but a twinkle in his eye and a lot of charm.
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he is thought to be the prime suspect in a major heist that occurred and that's the character. >> and steve carrell is out to out him and end the crime. >> right. he is pulled back into the game by the antivillain league and asked to find who this villain is. >> al pachino started with the role. you inherit that. is that a lot of pressure on you. >> yeah, those are awfully big shoes to fill. an unusual process because you record the voice and they animate to what you give. hi to fill in the precision of the wording but then bring my own organic thought to it. >> to two characters. >> el macho. >> well, we can't wait to see it, thank you. >> it hits theaters tomorrow. the early reviews around the
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kids in these families, thumbs up. >> minions will follow you through the rest of your life. >> do not engage the minions. >> they want to be engaged. >> good to see you too. >> let's get a check of the weather. maria is in for al this morning. >> we have the minions but also mr. met. there's a full on campaign for david wright for the all-star game at home city field here, let's see, two weeks from now. so you can go ahead and vote right now, so thank you. i want to shout out to my cousin anthony who loves you. just saying that. we plan for the holiday weekend it is going to be a tough one tomorrow. if you got fireworks in your town, we have showers and thunderstorms basically east of the mississippi. heat continues but stuck in the middle it's not too bad. warm with sunshine from minnesota down to oklahoma city. by july 4th, we get the high pressure off to the west chl.
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that means a better forecast in and around we are gonna add some excite tonight that sizzling heat, maria. good morning to you. taking a live look at some showers and thunderstorms offshore and we are actually getting some light rainfall right now, highest piece, we were facing slopes surrounding san jose, a better chance for that later on today and an even better chance as we head through tomorrow. still going to be hot tomorrow. temperatures today 107 degrees in livermore and fairfield. 104 for concord, 77 degrees in san francisco. fourth of july looks like it will stay hot, 103 degrees inland, 75 at the coast. remember, you can check out our forecast 24/7 at time to check in with our good friend willard scott. >> i tell you, when i was a kid i just went nuts over my birthday and these people do too. glad we can wish them a happy birthday.
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we wish her a very happy birthday. she loves to give advice to people. think listen because she has been long enough to know what she is talking about. >> if you'll take a look at edmund grad. 10years old today. he loves the godfather. remember that scene in the garden? good movie. jessie green. sweet jessie is from independence, kansas. 100 years old. plays bridge constantly. has fun doing it too. >> and take a look at raymond lavin. he is from seabook beach, new hampshire. 100 years old today. wish him a happy birthday and he is a red sox fan. happy birthday to you. hope you have a good seat. i have known a lot of names
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in my days but never a korahais. mary from fleming island, florida. 100 years old today. she is tai chi all the way. she loves to do the exercises. the old anniversary song, oh how we danced on the night we were wed. rosalie and alton jones. from austin, texas. 75 years they have been married. and we wish them a happy anniversary and they have a birthday on the same day. how about that. so happy birthday. well, that's it partners. that's all for right now but we love you and we'll see you again because smuckers is the best. jam on brother. coming up next, what paris is doing to deal with it's rude reputation.
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but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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paris is known worldwide for the fine art, gourmet cuisine but they do have a rudeness problem. a change maybe in the air. michel michelle kosinski joins us now. good morning. >> paris is admitting they can be rude and are turning it around. they're distributing pamphlets saying do you speak tourists, reminding them that the economy is bad and making tourists happy is more important than ever. paris takes one's breath away.
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and so can it's dark side. well, guess what, paris knows all about it. >> i'm sure we will improve and our bad reputation of rudeness. >> reporter: enter the politeness patrol. tourism guides armed with pamphlets going business to business telling them how important it is to be extra nice to visitors. all well received. >> it's a good idea. paris has a very bad imagine. >> reporter: she said just before whacking her boss. the booklet says japanese tourists that spend the most expect cleanliness and chinese love luxury shopping and americans are direct and like to be called by their first names. we checked in with elaine who
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has written from paris for the new york times for a decade. >> they're desperate. the economy is hurting and unemployment is 10% and foreign investment is down so you have to keep tourism up. >> reporter: even in the most popular tourist destination on the planet, nearly 30 million people visit paris every year. that's about 30,000 every single day. by 2020 10 million more a year will come and they say why not have the quality of service match the merchandise. we found the chef way ahead of his time that insists his staff speak english for the last 18 years. >> you have to be nice with everybody. >> reporter: you are a beautiful human being. >> thank you. >> reporter: two speak japanese. and as a testament to the power of word of mouth japanese
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tourists show up every day and keep oncoming. exactly the point. they're printing tens of thousands of these and will make additions of it along with a website. word is spreading because spending a couple of days there without the cameras we don't think we have ever been in that city before and have everybody be so incredibly nice. it was almost unnerving. back to you guys. >> michelle doing more research in paris. >> tough assignment michelle. you asked natalie. >> how do you say polite in french. [ speaking french ] >> there is a word. i always thought that was a bad stereotype but they don't have a big tolerance if you don't speak the language. >> they want you to try. >> they don't even want you to
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try because you butcher their language. >> we were asking for two bottles of water and the guy looked at us like forget about it. you want water, i'll get you water. okay. i'm sorry. >> did you get the face. >> we did. >> all right michelle. coming up next, do you need relief? sunburn solutions that will work for you this summer. but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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back at 8:46. no matter how much you try to avoid it, we all experienced that pain of a bad sunburn. with the 4th of july almost here, a lot of you will be spending extra time outdoors. what's the best way to get relief? good to see you. >> good to see you. >> first we should talk about preventing it. >> key, key is preventing.
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wear lots of sunscreen with spf greater than 30. apply it liberally or frequently. wear a hat, wear protective clothing. avoid high altitudes and be careful of things that cause you to burn, water, sand, concrete increase tris k. >> there's debate about how to go over a number. >> go above at least a 30. if you have at least a 30 you're blocking out 90% of the test. test. test. red flags that you may have a medical problem? something that's not so minor. >> if you develop fever and chills, light headed, dizzy or nauseous or large blizers
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receive help. >> one thing is take an antiinflammatory like aspirin or advil. it will help with the fever and flu-like symptoms you can get. >> i want to ask you quick about whatnot to do. that's as important as anything else. >> the things you don't want to do is apply cologne or perfume. don't use exfoliates. don't shave. >> really. >> i see you have milk out. >> cool compresses work well and one of my favorite things is to take a little bit of milk. use real milk. not soy. use cow milk and mix it with a little bit of water and you can
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create a cool compress that's soothing. you can apply this. it contains lactic acid and enzymes that are soothing and follow with that cortisone. you can get it over the counter. biafine is a burn cream and you can get that from your doctor. >> natural remedies here. how do these work? >> water is very hydrating. you can become dehydrated and develop the symptoms where you don't feel well. you also want to eat fruits and vegetables with antioxidants. blueberries, strawberries, tomatoes. they'll keep the inflammation down and prevent it from worsening. >> get those in our system right away. now the oatmeal comes out. i love this. >> these are all home remedies you can use. most people have these at home. you can create an oatmeal paste or pour it into your bathtub.
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it will sooth the itching component. it will help with the redness. green tea contains an antiinflammatory. baking soda. you can pour milk into your bathtub and follow it up with moisturizer to seal the hydration back into the skin and prevent the peeling which can increase the risk for infection. >> remember, fragrant free moisturers would be best. >> all good tips but better to prevent. >> doctor, thanks so much. good to see you. >> thank you. >> coming up, the latest and greatest celebrity styles at affordable prices. but first, this is "today" on [ female announcer ] safeway presents real big deals of the week. or how to keep from driving all over for deals for the 4th. you don't need to run around. safeway gives you real big club card deals each week. throw a holiday cookout! thick, juicy new york strip steaks are just $4.99 a pound. get a great deal on arrowhead water, just $3.33 a case.
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it's the honey, it makes it taste so... ♪ well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? be happy. be healthy. today's style is brought to you by yoplait. take your look from good to so good with today's style experts. >> we are back at 8:52 with today's style. how you can score the hottest celebrity looks at prices you can afford. she is senior editor at in style magazine. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> we'll start with one of my favorite red carpet looks. >> she is gorgeous. we saw her last week in shanghai wearing a gorgeous blue dress. she paired it with really vibrant yellow strapy sandals.
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we love this look. if you're going to a wedding, we love it. >> she has a similar look at a better price. >> a better price. we found this calvin klein dress for $90. it is more age appropriate and we gave it a pop of color with a clutch from zara that's 50 dollars. >> thanks, our next celebrity is straight from a movie set. >> she was film on a movie set in new york and she was wearing a classic floral printed dress with a blazer. this is great for a busy woman on the go. we found a dress similar to this at armani exchange and it's $79 and we paired a belt with it and found this great blazer. it's $90 so it's an investment
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but white is so hot right now and it's worth it because you can wear it year round. don't listen to the rumors about not wearing white after labor day. >> you have a cute white shoe with it too. >> we paired it with a white pump. >> our next celebrity is stacy kebler. tell us about this look. >> she looked gorgeous last week at a launch party. she had a periwinkle blue jump suit. it's breezy and comfortable and perfect for an evening out. we found this one for $59 and because it's sleeveless we wanted to jazz it up with a statement necklace. and then we gave it the pop of color. stacy did an orange clutch and we're doing pink. this is from zara. >> a lot of us fear the jump suit. >> no, you can totally wear it. you just have to be confident. we love it. you don't have to worry about pairing a top with a bottom.
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it's throw it on and you're done. >> once you commit to it. >> exactly. >> thank you so much. finally we have olivia munn. tell us about her look. >> we love this look. it's street style at it's best. often time women are afraid to wear white. she is wearing it head to toe flawlessly. we were able to find the exact top. it's from american eagle and only $25. it is blue and breaks up the white a bit and we paired it with white skinny jeans for $70 and we went with a wedge from aldo and they're $100. >> thank you. we bring all of our models out here. you mention you did the white blazer. do you think it's versatile? >> you'll see white all throughout. year round. >> our models look good. >> natalie and willie. >> what am i wear something what
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does my look say? >> i don't know. it's cute. coming up, the impact of rising mortgage rates if you're in the market to buy or sell a house. but first, your local news.
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right through the san mateo y bridge, the south bay looking good no major accidents. back another traffic report in 25 minutes. ♪
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we don't have a ten step filtering process for our water. we don't need it. because crystal geyser is made by nature, not by man. crystal geyser is always bottled at the mountain source.
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♪ wow. look at that crowd on a tuesday morning. it's july the 2nd, 2013. th're fired up on a holiday week. i'm willie geist with natalie morales. al is off today. >> backstreet boys. what's the name of it? "a world like this." >> did you go back street -- >> i was living overseas, at least that's my excuse for some of that. i was a menudo one. >> that goes way b


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