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tri-valley. >> there we go. we will have a local news update coming up in about a half hour as well. >> all right. the "today" show is about to break down the politics from last night. we'll see you very soon. good morning. done deal. nbc news projects hillary clinton the winner in california and three other states -- >> thanks to you, we've reached a milestone. >> a big blow to her rival, bernie sanders, who's still digging in. >> we take our fight for social, economic, racial and environmental justice to philadelphia, pennsylvania. >> the vermont senator now set to meet with the president at the white house tomorrow. will obama nudge him out of the race? hit-and-run tragedy. a pickup truck slams into a group of bicyclists in michigan killing five and injuring several others.
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>> multibikers down -- the driver arrested after fleeing the scene and could be charged with murder. outrage grows. more anger over a former stanford university athlete who was sentenced to just six months in jail after he was convicted of sexual assault. now more than half a million people have signed a petition to have the judge in that case removed. this morning, the prosecutor speaks out to nbc news. and mother of the year. a woman fights valiantly to prevent her 13-year-old daughter from being abducted inside a florida store. how her relentless struggle saved her daughter and put the suspect behind bars. "today," wednesday, june 8th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. and good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning. we'll show you more of that
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video of that incredible mom in just a second. but we have a lot of politics to talk about this morning. i don't know whether we should say it was a late night or it was an early morning. >> you said good morning, it's wednesday morning. isn't it just a continuation of tuesday night? we just got another result. california goes to hillary clinton, huge symbolic victory. >> that is our top story. >> the race for the white house seems set now as hillary clinton solidifies her position as her party's presumptive nominee. with victories in four primaries on tuesday. it will be clinton versus trump in the general election. >> the former secretary of state won in new jersey, new mexico, south dakota and, as we said a short time ago, the big prize -- california was called for clinton. meantime, bernie sanders took montana and north dakota. >> let's switch over to the delegate count putting clinton on a collision course with donald trump. we've got it all covered starting with nbc's andrea mitchell. she's been covering the clinton campaign all along. andrea, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning to you, matt. with that big win now in california, hillary clinton has
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her best argument for persuading bernie sanders to concede. exactly eight years after clinton's painful loss to barack obama. now president obama is ready to go all-in to make sure clinton can succeed him in the oval office. this morning hillary clinton is making history. >> thanks to you, we've reached a milestone. >> reporter: declaring victory in the democratic presidential primary. >> first time in our nation's history that a woman will be a major party's nominee. >> reporter: after clinching the nomination monday, clinton last night added to her delegate lead over bernie sanders. >> i want to congratulate senator sanders for the extraordinary campaign he has run. >> reporter: speaking in california, sanders did not concede but says he can do the math. >> i am pretty good in arithmetic and i know that the fight in front of us is a very, very steep fight. >> reporter: moderating his tone but vowing to take his
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revolution all the way to the convention. >> thank you all! the struggle continues! >> reporter: for nearly a month, sanders has been on the trail in the golden state, hoping a win in california could give him some badly needed momentum. but clinton has still secured more pledged delegates and more votes. overnight, president obama called both candidates, congratulating clinton on winning the nomination, thanking sanders for energizing the party. the two men will meet at the white house tomorrow. now the former first lady, senator and secretary of state is turning her focus to the general election, hammering donald trump. >> donald trump is temperamentally unfit to be president and commander in chief. >> reporter: keeping was historic night invoking lessons she learned from her mother. >> she taught me never to back down from a bully which it turns out was pretty good advice.
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>> reporter: president obama and senate democratic leader harry reid both will try to make peacemaker, urging sanders to concede if they are going to beat donald trump. nbc news confirms as soon as today the sanders campaign is going to lay off as many as half their campaign staff. matt and savannah, back to you. >> andrea mitchell, thank you. chuck todd and nicolle wallace, guys, good morning. i know it was a late night for you as well. there are so many moments that break through during a campaign. do you think hillary clinton made the most of her moment last night? >> i think she stringed together a speech last thursday which was her first real coordinated takedown of donald trump. in her speech last night, it is difficult to argue, even as a republican, that she doesn't have her message an her tone and her presentation of her case together in a way that she hasn't at any other point in this cycle.
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and just as a woman, i'm not immune to the moment last night a woman became the first-ever to seize the nomination of a major political party. >> chuck, perhaps not surprising, bernie sanders didn't give her moment last night. he didn't urge his supporters to get behind her. there's this meeting at the white house tomorrow. i guess we'd all like to be a fly on the wall if that room, what's going to happen and what will happen right after that meeting. >> i don't know if it is going to happen right after, but i think there is a feeling in the democratic party to give bernie sanders a little bit of space, give him a little bit of respect. there is one more week of the primary season and i've talked to folks close to both the white house and clinton that there is a feeling, look, if sanders really wants to go through to the d.c. primary, give him the week. no sweat off of their back. but i think what he's going to learn is that if he carries this on too long, then there will be some public urgings. and then maybe you won't get that committee spot you really want in the senate. there is -- they do have one piece of leverage over him. he likes being a senator. so the senate democrats can force his hand.
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>> this is a rather ginger exercise, helping someone come to terms. you've got campaign staffers devoted, the candidate himself has poured himself into this race. >> you need to bring in some shrinks. right? losing is really, really, really hard business but he's had two months to learn how to lose. he's been mathematically eliminated for months. so i am still bewildered by the tenderness with which the party is treating him. it's over. if trump weren't such a hot mess in this current news cycle i think there would be a lot more pressure on him to get behind her. trump may regain strength. he's sort of like a storm over the sea. he may regain strength and. capable of doing real harm to her and he'll have all bernie's attacks to use. >> that's possible, but, wow, what a difference hillary clinton running against donald trump is versus hillary clinton running against sanders. the comfort she has running against trump. she believes in her mind more than half the country is going to agree with what she says
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about trump. she has this ginger nature of the democratic primary. she wasn't totally convinced that a majority of democrats were really with her. >> guys, stick around. we aren't done with you yet. let's turn to republican donald trump. he swept all states tuesday making it clear he's ready to take on hillary clinton. general election is on. nbc national correspondent peter alexander joins us now from trump tower. peter, good morning to you. >> reporter: hey, good morning to you. we were at that election night celebration. this one was unlike all the others. donald trump not ripping. instead, reading off prepared remarks. it comes in the midst of a republican rebellion over trump's latest controversy where even the top-ranked republican in the country is now trying to walk a tight rope. >> reporter: donald trump sticking to the script trying to re-assure rattled republicans. >> i understand the responsibility of carrying the mantel and i will never, ever let you down. >> reporter: trump relying on a teleprompter just days after mocking hillary clinton for
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doing the same, attacking his democratic rival and her husband. >> the clintons have turned the politics of personal enrichment into an art form for themselves. >> reporter: trump also appealing to bernie sanders supporters he says are victims of a rigged system. >> we welcome you with open arms. >> reporter: the speech, not without its awkward moments. trump, apparently mishearing a supporter who blurted out his opposition to the transpacific partnership trade deals or tpp. >> no ppp. you're right about that. so and you mean no "pp." >> reporter: later making this promise. >> going to take care of our african-american people that have been mistreated for so long. >> reporter: trump's remarks just hours after illinois senator mark kirk facing a fierce re-election fight became the first republican to yank his endorsement. >> racism and bigotry are not going to be tolerated in the party of lincoln. >> reporter: that reprimand after trump's repeated attacks on a federal judge as biased because of his mexican heritage. despite mounting pressure, trump
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not apologizing, instead saying his words were misconstrued. "i do not feel that one's heritage makes them incapable of being impartial." trump insisting he's done talking about it but his critics aren't. jeb bush demanding his former rival retract his comments, not defend them. house speaker paul ryan backing trump's candidacy, just not his words. >> i don't think -- claiming a person can't do their job because of their race is sort of like the textbook definition of a racist comment. but do i believe that hillary clinton is the answer? no, i do not. >> reporter: majority leader mitch mcconnell delivering his own rebuke. >> i think it is time for him to look like a serious candidate for president. >> reporter: trump overnight dismissing the gop critics as sore losers. >> they have to get over it. they shouldn't be so angry for so long. >> reporter: still standing by his man -- chris christie. >> i know donald trump. i've known him for 14 years. and donald trump is not a racist. >> reporter: overnight rnc chair reince priebus calling it a great victory speech saying it
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was exactly the right approach. trump campaign aides tell me that donald trump is now full steam ahead focused on hillary clinton and the general election that beginning friday he will hit four battleground states in four days -- virginia, florida, pennsylvania, and new hampshire. matt and savannah? >> peter alexander, thank you so much. chuck and nicole are still here. chuck, if you read donald trump's statement yesterday, it wasn't exactly backing off what he said about the judge but perhaps the dialing done or saying, all right, i'm going to move on to placate everybody who's freaking out right now. is this the best republicans can expect on this issue? >> probably. he doesn't like to apologize. my favorite comment was i think somebody read the statement to jeff flake, the republican senator, saying, i guess he's walking back. his response was -- keep walking. you're not done walking back. he didn't apologize. he just simply said i'll move on and i'll stop talking about it. but then of course he does this lengthy statement, says he's not
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going to talk about it anymore. in the speech he doesn't talk about it, but in between he takes an interview from sean hannity where he talks about it. >> this headline says, "i'm with racist." it is a chastising headline for paul ryan, the speaker of the house, despite all the controversial things that donald trump has said saying he continues to say he'll vote for him. is this going to start to be a tough headline for a lot of republicans? >> it already is. i think that paul ryan isn't -- is unfairly being held to a harsher standards as other republicans. lots of republicans have endorsed donald trump. >> but he's the face of the republican party. >> he's also seen as the future of the republican party. i think that he is paying a higher price than anybody. mitch mcconnell endorsed him well before paul ryan did but i think it speaks to just this gushing wound in the republican party. the truth is our hearts are broken that we're seeing a party
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that we believed in, a lot of us have been a part of and worked for 20 years sort of ripped apart by someone who's made not one, not two but is now in three racism scandals. >> really quickly, mark kirk, senator from illinois, in a tough re-election battle there. unendorsed. can you think of another unendorsement in history? if anyone can, chuck, it would be you. >> no, i can't. i go back to i think trump is three or four weeks to sort of one more time try to prevent this sort of last-minute panic or run at him. by the end of the month if he's down, 10, 12 points in the national polls, if the fund-raising isn't going well, you still might see -- it is a long shot -- some semi-serious chatter of trying to stop him at the convention if the month continues as badly as the last 72 hours. >> chuck and nicole, go get some sleep. thank you so much. >> thanks, guys. want to turn now to a tragic hit-and-run crash in michigan. five bicyclists are dead,
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several others hospitalized after a pickup truck slammed into the group without any warning. nbc's gabe gutierrez is in cooper township, michigan, just north of kalamazoo. gabe, good morning to you. >> reporter: matt, good morning. police say the 50-year-old driver's in custody but has not been charged yet. overnight authorities said that they had gotten several calls reporting the pickup truck driving erratically just minutes before the deadly crash. it was chaos. >> multiple bikers down. >> reporter: confusion. cyclists run off the road. this morning investigators in western michigan are trying to piece together what led to this deadly crash near kalamazoo. >> i've never seen anything like this in my life. >> reporter: one witness says this blue pick-up truck swerved into the group before he could warn them. >> that's what i seen a bunch of bikes hit the front of his truck and couple of them flew. >> reporter: nine cyclists hit, five killed. the our four were rushed to the hospital. police say callers reported the pickup truck driving erratically.
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>> the police were alerted to a blue pickup truck in the approximately 30 minutes leading up to this accident. >> reporter: after the crash, police say the driver fled on foot but was later arrested. a neighbor says she first thought the truck had hit a tree. >> the front of the truck is completely demolished. so i figured it was just pieces of the truck. i see them picking up pieces of the bike and i'm like, oh my god. >> reporter: the prosecutor says this area is once again in shock. on february 6th six people were killed when an uber driver allegedly went on a shooting spree in kalamazoo. now more heartbreak. >> i just wish that we had more of an opportunity to maybe get our feet under us before we had to do it again. >> reporter: this morning, the cycling community here is mourning the loss of these riders. they were believed to be part of an organized bicycling club that was struck from behind on this road. authorities say that the four survivors sustained serious
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injuries and, matt and savannah, the people who were hurt, their identities have not yet been released. back to you. >> gabe gutierrez, thank you very much. breaking news overnight, officials say a bomb threat forced an egypt airplane flying from cairo to beijing to make an emergency landing in uzbekistan. egyptian officials say an anonymous persons at the security agents at the cairo airport to say a bomb was on board that flight. agents then ordered the plane to land at the nearest airport. all 135 passengers were evacuated. the aircraft was searched, no bomb was found. that incident comes nearly three weeks after an egyptair flight crashed in the mediterranean sea killing all 66 people on board. more breaking news overnight. two f-16 fighter jets crashed after a mid-air collision in georgia. the fighter jets assigned to the south carolina air national guard were performing routine night flying operations. the pilots of each aircraft ejected safely. there were no injuries reported. the u.s. air force is investigating that crash.
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now back to that chilling surveillance video we showed you at the top of the show. an attempted kidnapping caught on tape. this happened at a dollar general store in hernando, florida. you see the suspect walking over to an aisle where a 13-year-old girl and her mother are shopping. the man then grabs the girl and tries to drag her out of the store. they have a tug-of-war between the suspect and the mother who we're told is a complete stranger. the man eventually gives up and runs away. he didn't get far though. there was an off-duty sheriff's deputy in the parking lot. he took that suspect into custody. now 30-year-old craig banilo is charged with kidnapping and child abuse. >> what could possess someone to attempt that with the mother of that child right there? >> and how about that off-duty sheriff's deputy coming right in there? >> unbelievable. fists were flying last night in the game between the orioles and royals in baltimore. this all started in the second inning when the orioles short
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stop manny machado flies out. words were exchanged between him and the royals pitcher. fast forward now we're in the fifth inning, he nails him with a 99-mile-per-hour fast ball. machado charges the mound. the two exchange punches. teammates join the fray. both ma scha doe and venn schur ra ejected for their role in the melee. suspensions are coming. >> i bet they are. >> who was boxing on thether weather. of e florida on your map. >> yeah. unfortunately, even though our friend colin is long gone, we've got a front that's just dragging its own sweet time across florida and it is going to just lay there and bring a lot of rain. storms developing along this front. flash flooding due to all the rain that's already fallen. the ground is completely saturated. look at some of these rainfall amounts. we're talking generally an inch and a half to three inches. but locally could be up to five inches of rain. we've got flood watches for central florida and this is
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in the 70s today with a mix of sun and cloud, a breezy win him ocean breeze kicks in around 5:00 this evening. we will have winds kicking 15 to 20 miles an hour. more weather like this the next couple of days. >> that's your latest weather. remove the judge in that controversial stanford rape case. we'll talk to the prosecutor in that case. navigating those long lines at the airport. there are apps for that. jeff rossen puts them to the test. but first on a wednesday morning, this is "today" on nbc.
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==topvo== a fire that burnd dangerouscloss station .. lit up the early morning sky in the south bay. >> a very good wednesday morning to you. a fire that burned dangerously close to a gas station lit up the early morning fire in the south bay. it happened before 2:00 a.m. near lawrence expressway in sunnyvale. firefighters are still not sure how it started. im it quickly spread to neighboring trees. no one was injured, the fire damaged two vehicles before it started. also several homes near the gas station. all of which firefighters managed to save. let's check the forecast for this wednesday. >> good morning, lawyer. >> reporter: we have morning clouds an some afternoon sunshine on the way,
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temperatures will be coming down a couple more degrees than yesterday. up to 84 degrees in gilroy, san mateo, expect a high of 63 degrees. 70s for the north bay. anywhere from 69 degrees in oakland to 83 trees in the east bay t. tri-valley looking at highs today, right around the low '80s. so it will feel better this afternoon. we will see this weather a few more days before it starts to warm up for the end of the weekend. >> we have a pretty predictable pattern for most of the bay. we had a lot of trouble for the south bay. that's the end of our show, just before 7:00. we had southbound at sunol boulevard, slow at dublin boulevard, all the way down towards pleasanton, a much easier drive than the last few. eastbound the crash blocks three of the four lanes. a slow towards the walnut creek
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interchange. it moves well westbound. laura. >> i'll be back with another local news update in half an hour.
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hello to our fans. pretty spring day here in m manhatt manhattan. looks at today's headlines. hillary clinton becomes the first woman to clinch the presidential nomination for a major party and bernie sanders promises to keep going all the way to the convention. >> i am pretty good in arrow rhythm ma tick and i know that the fight in front of us is a very very steep fight.
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donald trump wasting no time attacking hillary clinton promising to deliver a speech next week focusing on her and her husband. a deadly crash in michigan leaves five cyclists dead after a pickup truck slammed into the group without warning. police say they received several calls about the driver moments before the crash. this morning a retired nasa astronaut faces murder charges following a deadly crash in alabama that killed two young sisters. a vehicle driven by the man collided with the car carrying the girls who weren't wearing seat belts. investigators suspect alcohol and speed played a role in that cash. his career with nasa included five space shuttle missions. we begin with the mounting backlash against the judge that sentenced a rm foer stanford swimmer to six months in jail for sexually assaulting a woman.
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we are outside the jail with the latest on the story. good morning. all right good morni . >> reporter: good morning. this is where he has begun to serve his six-month sentence but it is likely he will walk out of here in 90 days. it's an online and very public shaming. social media sites now with hundreds of thousands of posts calling out the star swimmer and once olympic hopeful for sexual assault. at one point a picture blocked by facebook and thousands of others share a powerful letter from his victim, a letter the victim read in court before he was handed his six month sentence. >> this letter that the victim wrote in this case is a game changer. >> reporter: the letter saying i want to show people that one night of drinking can ruin two lives, you and me.
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you are the cause and i am the effect. the victim sending a text message to the prosecutor saying she wants to remain anonymous. >> i can't need labels to prove i'm worthy. i'm coming to you as a woman wanting to heard. >> reporter: the letter said if you think i was spared and i ride off in the sun set, you are mistaken. nobody wins. we have all been devastated. citing the criminals age and lack of record the judge wrote the decision i think the prison sentence will have a severe impact on him. he will not be a danger to others. when you heard six months what was your reaction. >> i thought it was a slap on the wrist. >> reporter: the sentence triggered a petition to remove the judge from the bench with over 500,000 signatures. >> we think women deserve the
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protection of the law and we want to put someone this that seat who understands violence against women and will protect our daughters. >> reporter: the outrage reaching a fever pitch. an officer of the court said they have received several threats against the judge and his family. turner will have to register as a sex offender for the rest of his life. his lawyer is filing an appealing. >> thank you. >> let's lay the facts out here. the probation department recommended about six months. the prosecutor wanted six years. there was a maxum potential sentence of 14 years. is this a lenient sentence by the judge in it is very lenient and shockingly so when you look at at finding of three sex crime felonies. >> against an unconscious woman. >> let's talk about what the judge has said.
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he felt that the athlete in this was less -- had less moral cupability because he was intoxicated and said a long prison sentence would have had a severe impact on him. it does sound as if the judge is being more sensitive to the person who committed the crime than to the victim of the crime. >> i think several of the comments attributed to the judge do suggest that and that's part of what people are finding so outrageus. there is a thing called mitigating fact ors in the law and that does go to the assessment and it's true the defendant this this case didn't have a prior record but when you go above the things you can prove and say it would effect this person's life, yes that's what a felony punishment is supposed to do. >> now there's this effort to recall him. he's up for reelection and running unopposed. is that likely to be successful and should it be. >> under the rules in california
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it's a very high bar and it would take a lot of signatures and organizing, not online. we should be concerned with decisions we disagree for recalling judges based one at a time. >> you have some people saying this judge went to stanford and got his bachelors and masters there he was captain of the lacrosse team and they're saying it was impossible for him to be unbiased in this case. is it different accusing a judge of being biased because of his academic pedigree than what we're seeing in the political world with donald trump accusing a judge perhaps of buying biased because of his ethnic heritage. >> we're hearing different ideas about what bias can constitute. i don't know what was in this judge's mind. we know poor black defendants are more likely to go to jail than white defendants. is that part of the issue here?
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that's what people are asking. these combines problems we've had around assault and gender on campus and whether women's accusations are being taken certify r certifyously and it's causing ineekties making people say this doesn't feel fair. >> there are a lot of issues to discuss around this case for sure. thank you. >> let us get a check of the weather from al. we're watching showers and thunderstorms. we have the jet stream and upper level low pressure system moving over the region and it's not only going to bring showers and gusty winds but temperatures are going to take a dip. tomorrow morning the temperatures in the 50s and 40s here in the north and then temperatures drop. they will only be ten to 15 degrees cooler than the average. strong storms up in the northern plains and plenty of heat
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continues in the southwest and we will gradually start to see that sun breaking out throughout the day. for now, we're in with the clouds and temperatures, 50s to low 60s. highs reaping into the mid-70s for the south bay peninsula and east bay as well as the north bay. looking at all the microclimate, san mateo to 83 in antioch, 69 in oakland. 82 degrees today in danville. novato 75. don't forget get that weather any time you need to go to the weather channel on cable and weather channel online. how to keep your friend after you become a parent. >> some good advice here. plus jeff uncovers new ways to avoid summer travel trouble. the summer travel season is
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airport security and making your flight. we always wonder how early do i need to leave the house and how long are the lines right now, for real? right now we have the solution. three apps that promise to tell you in real time. even the tsa has a free app. it's got to be the best, right? it is the tsa. this morning before you start packing up, we're putting them to the test to save you the hassle. it's time for takeoff. but hang on. this is what could be greeting you this summer. tsa lines wrapping around the terminal. you've heard the horror stories. >> i got here three hours early. >> reporter: now these three apps claim to take away the stress and get you through the airport in a flash. all free. but do they actually work? let's start with this one called the myflight app. it is crowd sourced information. travelers waiting in line type
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in how lon they're waiting so you know how long you're going to wait. right now, for example, i'm at newark, airport, one of the busiest in the country. i have the app up. in this terminal there are two different tsa checkpoints. one of them is 25 minutes right now. a 25-minute wait. but if i scroll over, look at the other checkpoint. zero minutes. i just saved time. so, off i go. and look -- this is incredible right now. no lines whatsoever. i am just breezing right through. this is awesome. and i'm through, just like that. this next app, fleet, goes even further. not only will it tell you how busy the lines are, once you're through it will act like your own personal concierge. >> this one is really easy. i typed in my flight information. it is telling me my exact gate and if the airline switches my gate it will pop right up on the screen. but this is the really cool part. see these little purses? you click on that, it tells you all the nearest shopping in case you want to go shopping.
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i'm more of a food guy. no problem. there is a food app. see that little sandwich? hit that. say i'm in the mood for froze n yogurt. look. gate a9. take a look. this is telling you on the screen there is a 25-minute flight delay. it is telling me i need to be at the gate in an hour an seven minutes so i know exactly when to leave. this leaves the my tsa app. must shall the most accurate, right? after all, the tsa runs it. here we go. >> the tsa app is saying that the wait time here at this checkpoint is zero minutes but take a look behind me. does it look like zero minutes to you? no wonder the information is wrong. look at this -- the last time it was updated, 12:18 p.m. it is now 3:30 p.m. information is more than three hours old! the minutes tick by. still waiting. and keep on ticking. it's been more than 20 minutes
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and we're still in line. >> reporter: i wait and wait, along with everyone else. okay. just got through. let me stop the timer. 26 minutes 38 seconds. the tsa's own app says it was zero minutes. in the end, 2 out of 3 apps deliver the promise helping me avoid this and enjoy the travel experience a little more. when we asked the tsa why its app didn't work, a spokesman told us they are working to revamp it some time this summer with better realtime data but they couldn't give us a firm launch date. hope this helps, guys. >> it always helps. that pink berry looked good. coming up, meryl streep's besten ev best ever role. she's taking on donald trump. >> and we'll highlight some of the responses to savannah's the responses to savannah's surprise pregnancy it takes a lot of work... to run this business.
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>> good morning, i'm meteorologist kari hall, still a lot of clouds over all of the bay area, san francisco right now 57 degrees, here's a live look now from at&t park towards the city. as we go into the rest of the day, we continue to see those temperatures warming up? looking at now low 60s and san jose and 60 degrees in oakland. 59 degrees in concord, into the afternoon, we make it into the mid-80s, for the south bay. while the peninsula will be anywhere from 63 degrees at half moon bay to palo alto, 70s for the north bay. 69 in oakland and danville today, expect a high of 82 degrees now. temperatures stay here over the next few day, it looks like it warms up by the end of the weekend. let's head over to mike now to see what's happening on the roads. >> we have 880 past the
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coliseum, things are getting tricky. look at your map, we also have a crash, a fender bender, yes, it blocks one lane at 5th. that's causing a jam up. approaching the bay bridge, you have a smooth drive the earlier crash cleared ten minutes ago, eastbound 24, speeds are improving here. still slow westbound at walnut interchange as you'd expect t. rest slowing from 280 downon the san jose, back to you. >> all right. thank you very much, mike. hang now, we're crunching results from yesterday's california primary. the historic victory for hillary clinton. there is a race brewing in california and a ballot for the u.s. senate seat. link to that, developments on our facebook page. chp officers rolling up their sleeves to save 100 goats this morning. in our twitter feed, that clearly shows, it wasn't the usual call.
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coming up, making history. hillary clinton secures the democratic nomination, shatters the political glass ceiling. >> thanks to you, we've reached a milestone. >> but will gender play a major role at the polls? plus, twin mystery. a pair of identical twin sisters involved in a bizarre accident in hawaii. one left dead, the other charged with her murder. so, was it foul play or a tragic mistake? >> well, yeah, i am pregnant. and breaking the news. we're overjoyed with savannah's announcement that baby number two is on the way. others, not so much. >> there is only one way to show
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how she feels. >> vail, do you want a new baby? >> no! >> with similar reaction videos pouring in, we've got advice for growing families on how to ease the transition today wednesday, june 8, 2016. ♪ ♪ >> from southwest florida to new york city -- good morning, nbc 2. >> our road trip! >> usc loves "today"! >> woo! we're back now, 8:00 on a wednesday morning. it is the 8th day of june, 2016. i will tell you right now, this is one of the most beautiful mornings we've had here in a
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long time. bright blue skies. there is this kind of cool temperature. it is beautiful! >> we'll have some showers a little bit later. but through lunch time -- >> enjoy these five minutes. coming up, the summer blow-out edition of "steals and deals." jill martin has it covered. >> there are all kinds of cool things in that segment. before we get to that, inside natalie has a check of all the top stories of the morning. >> good morning to you, guys. hillary clinton survived a spirited challenge from bernie sanders to become the projected winner of the california primary. she also won three other states tuesday cementing her position as the democratic presidential nominee. now clinton and donald trump both face the task of unifying their parties. nbc white house correspondent kristin welker joins us now. >> reporter: natalie, good morning to you. secretary clinton is celebrating
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today after capping an historic night with a victory in brooklyn. but sanders hasn't conceded yet. this all comes as clinton's general election rival, donald trump, is trying to steady his campaign for the fall fight. hillary clinton claiming her moment. >> the first time in our nation's history that a woman will be a major party's nominee. >> reporter: clinton congratulating bernie sanders for a hard-fought race. while drawing fresh battle lines with donald trump. >> when he says, let's make america great again, that is code for, let's take america backwards. >> reporter: bernie sanders' last hope all but evaporated with a primary loss in california, moderated his tone, but still refused to concede, promising to go all the way to
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the convention. >> and we take our fight for social, economic, racial and environmental justice to philadelphia! >> reporter: while clinton is working to unify the democratic party, donald trump is trying to mend deep divisions within the gop. >> we're going to do it. we're going to do it, folks. >> reporter: this after creating a crisis of confidence in his campaign for saying the indiana-born judge overseeing the fraud case against trump university is biased because he has mexican roots. >> i understand the responsibility of carrying the mantel and i will never, ever let you down. >> reporter: using a teleprompter, a major break from the unusually unscripted candidate, trump tried to stay on message. >> hillary clinton turned the state department into her private hedge fund. >> reporter: illinois senator mark kirk facing a tough re-election battle pulled his endorsement of trump. while house speaker paul ryan didn't go that far, he didn't mince words. >> claiming a person can't do
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their job because of their race is sort of like the textbook definition of a racist comment. but do i believe that hillary clinton is the answer? no, i do not. >> reporter: now trump also issued a statement saying his words about the judge were "misconstrued" but stopped short of apologizing leaving many republicans jittery. as for the democrats, president obama called both candidates last night to congratulate them. he will meet with senator sanders at the white house on thursday. we're also learning today that sanders is set to lay off most of his staff. natalie? >> kristin welker, thanks so much. in hawaii, a yoga entrepreneur who survived a car crash that killed her twin sister is being formally charged today with second degree murder in that cash crash. nbc's janet shamlian has more. >> reporter: appearing in court, her arm in a sling, 37-year-old alexandria duvall pleaded not guilty to murdering her identical twin, anastasia, allegedly by driving both of them off a steep cliff. the twins, according to court documents, and a witness, had been in a heated argument just moments before. >> the girl was very mad, very angry.
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like in a rage. she then put it into gear and stomped on the gas. >> reporter: with alexandria driving, the suv smashed into a rock wall and plunging 200 feet down an embankment. airlifted off the jagged rocks, anastasia dead at the scene, alexandria medevac'd in critical condition. >> welcome to twin power yoga boutique. >> reporter: they opened 20 yoga studios in palm beach, florida. known for tooling around town in twin porsches. but the road got bumpy, abruptly closes their businesses, some brushes with the law then changing their names. police say at the accident scene there was no sign alexandria tried to brake. >> this case involves a devastating, heart-shattering
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tragedy for allison and her family. >> reporter: a tragedy this morning with few answers, and now a charge of second degree murder. for "today," janet shamlian, nbc news. a wild scene on a new york city street had bystanders thinking it was part of a movie shoot. the driver of an suv refused to stop for police after making an illegal turn so he took off backing down a one-way street hitting a police cruiser, several parked cars and a taxi. officers broke his windows and drew their guns but he ignored their commands. driver was eventually captured when he tried to get away on foot. so crazy yesterday, guys. >> natalie, thank you very much. coming up, hillary clinton makes history. but will gender play a big factor at the polls? plus, an odd photo reeling tons of us in. the story behind this strange image. and the "snl" reunion with
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first woman would sit on the supreme court, hillary clinton is now as close at any woman's ever been to being this country's commander in chief. nbc's andrea mitchell is here with more on a milestone. >> good morning again to you, savannah. on tuesday night, in brooklyn, after two bruising presidential primary campaigns, hillary clinton finally able to write her page in the history books. hillary clinton embracing her place in american history. >> thanks to you, we've reached a milestone. >> reporter: her campaign seizing the moment by releasing this new video to celebrate the historic first. >> if america's going to lead, we need to learn from the women of the world who have blazed new paths. >> reporter: women have come close before, but never like this. the united states now a step
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closer to possibly electing a woman to its highest office. hillary clinton hopes to join a club long established by other nations. like the uk can margaret that mucher and germany's angela merkel. >> this is very meaningful for our country, i think for the role of women in our society. and to demonstrate to the world that we are as progressive as we say we are. >> reporter: it is a mantel she's taken up since her days as first lady. >> women's rights are human rights. >> reporter: to the campaign trail in response to an attack on donald trump. >> if fighting for women's health care and paid family leave and equal pay is playing the woman card, then deal me in! >> reporter: after he accused her of playing "the woman's card," her website even offering donors a literal official woman card. but nearly eight years after coming just short of breaking that glass ceiling -- >> earrings that to you, it's got about 18 million cracks in it. >> reporter: >> from now on it will be unremarkable for a woman to win
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primary state victories. unremarkable to think that a woman can be the president of the united states. and that is truly remarkable, my friends! >> reporter: polls show a stark gender divide between clinton and trump supporters, she's struggling to earn stronger loyalty among younger women, many latching on to bernie sanders instead. >> he has been something sort of surprising to her campaign that young women haven't had a reflective gender allegiance and have just gotten behind her candidacy just because of the historic nature. >> reporter: an ironic twist for someone who's arguably been a defining figure for women's empowerment as first lady, u.s. senator and secretary of state. but those decades in the spotlight may also be working against clinton when both democratic and republican voters gravitate toward outsiders. now with the general election in a dead heat, clinton hoping her historic run isn't lost on voters in the fall. >> so many people talk to me about what it means to them, women and girls, fathers of daughters, people who understand the historic meaning of this
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moment. >> reporter: eight years ago, hillary clinton was trying so hard to prove she could be commander in chief. she didn't focus on her gender. well, this time it is becoming a central theme of her campaign. breaking that glass ceiling, at last. >> we'll see if voters respond to it. andrea, thank you very much. let's head over to al for a check of the weather. thanks, savannah. we've got some warm weather out west until that cool low dips in. but in the meantime, jet stream way up to the north. temperatures today, denver, five degrees above normal. 109 in vegas. 82 in los angeles. by the end of the week though, temperatures cool down. 73 in boise. it will get down to 97 in las vegas. look at this, today temperatures bubbling up in the midwest. by the end of the week, those temperatures continue to climb. chicago will be 93 by saturday. 100 nashville. atlanta will see a high of 95 degrees. heavy rain down in florida. we have a slight risk of some strong storms back through the western plains. sunshine continues out west.
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and we've got a little bit of wet weather making its way later this afternoon through the northeast and new england. that's what's going on around the country. it does stay dry here in the bay area, even though we have clouds everywhere. we will gradually see these clouds clearing out. temperaturewise, we're in the upper 50s to low 60s. into the rest of the day, expect a high of 76 degrees in the east, 74 in the peninsula and the south bay will be up to 79 degrees. mid-70s for the north bay as well as the east bay, while san francisco sees a high of 63 degrees. expect a mix of sun and clouds and winds kicking up later this evening. we will have a strong onshore flow with the winds about 15 to 20 miles per hour. >> al, thank you. time to trend. let's get to some stories that people are talking about. let us begin with a fake tweet that caused real commotion on tuesday. it came from the nfl, it read, regret to inform our fans that
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our commissioner, roger goodell, has passed away. i saw this coming out of the gym yesterday. immediately called in. within minutes that tweet was retweeted over 2,000 times but it was the work of hackers. the whole thing was a hoax. nfl deleted the tweet and confirmed that roger goodell is in fact alive and well and the commissioner is being a good sport. i don't know why he would because this is not funny. he tweeted, man, you leave the office for one day of golf with former bills quarterback jim kelly and your own network kills you off. #harsh. >> he could have taken a whole different direction with that. >> imagine a family member reading that tweet. franticly calling. >> the hackers wrote it almost exactly how the nfl might write it. >> horrible. >> scary. we all know this very well. you have kids and suddenly that vibrant social life you had -- bye-bye. start canceling lunches, movie dates.
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but one writer says actually you can maintain your friendships after becoming a parent. here are the rules to follow. they're good ones. i think. don't bring your kids to places where they're not specifically invited. weddings and parties would top that list. also, i love this one, just because you have kids don't automatically consider yourself an expert on all parenting issues and really, all issues in general. nothing worse than like smug parents. >> blowhards. >> yes. like come on. people offer all their opinions. finally, what ever you do, don't flake on people. make it a priority to destress with your friends. still see your friends, if they don't talk about kids all the time. now i'm just adding my own rules. how about this -- what's the best part of a vacation? the planning of it? or the doing it? the planning. it is not when you land and you're lying on the beach or
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you're going on a roller coaster. no. it happens before you ever leave your house. a study saying that just planning, that anticipating your trip can make you happier than actually taking the trip. it is because you're dreaming of everything that's possible. everything that can happen. and a 2010 study resurfacing now, thanks to an article from "huffington post." in other words, when you're still dreaming of possibilities of a fantasy trip, it is better than when you've had flight delays or a hotel room that doesn't live up to your expectations. one of your kids gets sick on beach. >> so just don't go. just plan the trip. >> you have a little bit of a vacation letdown because of all that. you get there and you go it's not really living up to all that. >> the first week, plan it, enjoy vacation, then remembering it. >> the trick is not like the second day before you leave going, like, it's over. getting depressed.
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>> the second day before you leave when you're depressed that it's over, start planning another trip. all right. take a look at this photo. it is captivating the internet this morning. do you see what's happening there? >> not really. >> well, it is a fish inside a jellyfish. >> like a turducken. >> it's a fish, nat. >> i just was watching "nemo" with my kids. >> nemo bounces on top of the -- >> that's an animate movie, of course. >> of well, wait a minute. jonah and the whale? jonah came out, he was fine. anyway, the little fish absolutely directed where the jellyfish went. it's like, here's where we're going now. >> i'm thinking that doesn't work out so well for the fish. >> the zebra in the lion's
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stomach. it's fine. meryl streep's latest role is huge. and maya rudolph and tina fey make musical magic. >> if the jellyfish sneezed -- >> let's start with meryl streep. she's got three oscars so is there any role that she can't master? she's played a prime minister, a nun and a devil in prada. but this may have been her toughest role yet. can you guess from the picture? makeup there? that's right. a wig. that was part of a gala thrown by the public theater here in new york. apparently it was all merrill's idea. if you missed it, sorry, she says it was the first and last time she'll play the donald. all right. chris hemsworth is up next. he plays a tough guy on screen but it looks like he is a big softy when it comes to his kids.
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his wife posted this photo. that's him with one of his twin sons. she captioned "my men taking care of dinner." a few days before she posted a picture of chris napping on the flight saying nothing better than sleeping in papa's arms. finally, how is this? maya rudolph and tina fey, former "snl" stars reunited on maya's variety show "maya & marty." she pay tribute to some of their favorite variety shows of the past. ♪ i love you so ♪ i always will you still love me ♪ ♪ tomorrow ♪ tomorrow i love you tomorrow ♪ still the one who can scratch my itch ♪ ♪ still the one ♪ we're still having fun and you're still the one ♪
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♪ every little step she takes ♪ one silly combination and a partridge in a pear tree ♪ >> that was just one part of their whole little time in that sketch where they pay homage to barbara mandrel. >> a pointer and a mike. >> that's your pop start. thank you. still to come, jill martin has special "steals and deals" to help all of us have fun in the summer. we're all getting in on it after your local news and weather. your local news and weather. i'm ...
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==topvo== a fire that burn dangersly close to a gas a very good morning you at 8:26. i'm laura garcia-cannon. a fire that burned dangerously close to a gas station lit up the sky in the south bay just before 2:00 a.m. at the valero station on lake haven near lawrence expressway in sunniville. firefighters still not sure how it started, but flames quickly spread to neighboring trees, sending flames and embers skyward. no one was injured, but the flames damaged two vehicles that had been parked there before that fire started. also, several homes sitting near the gas station, all of which firefighters managed to save. want to check the morning commute now with mike. >> it's looking better now than over the course of the morning. we had that crash on 24 eastbound that had cleared out of lafayette. and now we have your typical push over towards the bay bridge
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with the toll plaza looking very light right now. oak laenth, crash 880 at fifth has also cleared, so a smooth drive north of the coliseum over the next few. typical slowing southbound 880 heading towards fremont out of hayward and northbound, let's look at the push through silicon valley. slow 280 behind the 17 shield. another crash around the 880 interchange. it should be out of the lanes but still a distraction there. otherwise, not too bad. a light san jose commute pushing north on 101 to the airport where they're slowing westbound. back to you. >> i'll be back with another news update in a half hour.
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8:30 now, wednesday morning, the 8th of june, 2016. we say hello to an awesome energetic crowd out here on the plaza. 48 hours from now where we stand right now, nick jonas will be here taking our citi summer concert stage. >> can't wait for that. meanwhile, who you gonna call? >> oh, baby. it is "ghost busters" day. the original movie released 32 years ago today. >> wow. >> that's right. the new "ghost busters" opens up next month. i'm very excited. i visited the set. i got to drive the ecto-1. original was a '59 cadillac
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ambulance. this version from the new prelim is a 1993 caddy hearse. it's got everything. we can strap you up on the roof, we got harnesses, tanks, sirens, loud speakers, antennas, batteries and a mobile lab where they store their proton packs. >> wow. tell them about the twinkie. >> there you go. i cannot wait. fans at home are going to have a chance to see the ecto-1, too, as in also, making appearances all across the country. we'll tell you more about that. next month, be the cast will be here to talk about the new movie opening july 15th. coming up, we're all involved on "steals and deals" today. jill martin has a summer version of "steals and deals" to help you get through the season in style. we'll catch up with morgan freeman about his role in the highly anticipated sequel to
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"now you see me." we'll have a little crispy chicken with a side of honey sauce. we've got the weather for you. we're not going to bust any ghosts right now but we are going to bust the forecast with a shower or two in the northeast and new england. heavy rain continues down in florida. plenty of sunshine the rest of the country. hit-and-miss showers and thunderstorms. tomorrow look for more rain through the great lakes. heavy rain continues good morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. still cloudy all across the bay. we're taking a live look now at san jose, where temperatures are feeling a little bit milder at 61 degrees now. it is 58 degrees in napa and 60 degrees now in palo alto. we will still have some warm spots through those inland valleys, especially as you head
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towards los gatos and gilroy, up to 84 degrees there and san mateo 70 degrees, the castro a high of 63 and low 80s for parts of the east bay. >> and that's your latest weather. guys, you got to check out the hood ornament here. look at that. that is so fabulous. and the crew actually made a replica of this for a walking stick. pretty cool. matt? >> al, thanks very much. a new member of the "today" family is on the way. savannah announcing yesterday she and her husband, mike, are expecting baby number two in december. >> are you pregnant? well, yeah, i am pregnant. >> yeah! >> oh! >> okay. you guys were genuinely surprised, although i think some were suspicious. not everybody was that fired up
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about the news. i had to tell my 22-month-old daughter, vail, little trickier than i expected. we all saw that reaction. sheinelle, this happens a lot. >> congratulations, by the way. here's the deal. reactions can range from tears of happiness to tears of fear. but psychologists say slow and steady wins the race when it comes to introducing a new child into the family. ♪ >> reporter: for a child, hearing they'll be getting a new baby sibling will be, well, exasperating. >> i'm pregnant. >> what were you thinking! why you have to get another baby? you just have two. so why -- why do you -- that is exasperating. >> reporter: and sometimes there's just no sugar coating it.
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>> i really don't want to open mine. >> reporter: grace, are you excited it is a boy? >> i'm not. >> it's extremely common for them to have mixed feelings. they don't really know what to expect at this age. and so anything new can cause distress in toddlers. >> there's only one person who's kind of not sure. >> vail? do you want a new baby? >> no! >> reporter: and savannah wasn't alone. videos and photos from viewers flooded in to the children's reactions ranging from happiness -- >> are you excited? >> yes, i am. >> reporter: to horror. >> i don't like babies. >> reporter: but siblings aren't all that bad. if parents introduce them properly to their big brother or sister. on one hand you want to help your child embrace their new role. let them know what a great big brother and big sister they're going to be. you can even give them their own baby where stuffed animal or doll that they can take care of. and then on the other hand, you want to embrace and really help them maintain their current
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role. read books at bedtime and snuggle together after bath time. make sure you keep those routines, too. >> most parents i talk with say even if the new relationship with siblings starts out a little rocky, it gets better. in fact i remember the moment my first toddler began to embrace his siblings. i threw them in the bathtub together and he realized, i can actually play with you guys and have fun with them? the rest is history. >> in vail's defense, she has no idea what is going on. she was just grumpy for some reason. >> we use bribery a lot. unborn baby gives baby here. vail gets these gifts. >> that's a good idea. >> baby comes into the world, oh, my gosh, you're santa claus. >> i'm getting a lot of good ideas. refer to this baby as "our baby."
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>> my oldest is 15 and i think he's going to embrace his baby sister next year. jill martin's here with "steals and deals" for the summer. but first, this is "today" on nbc. summer. but first, this is "today" on
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we're back now with "steals and deals." world colliding. we combine our "fresh start today" and "steals and deals" summer blowout. "today" contributor jill martin is here with some great ideas. i love getting outside. we he the entire team helping you on this segment. >> so often we revamp our beauty routine, our wardrobe routine. now it is a summer blowout to get your summer in style. "steals and deals" edition.
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>> start with garden tools. >> i'll get in the vibe. these garden tools retail for $170. go to to find out exactly what you get. >> these are really nice tools. >> really. everything here we really tested out. you'll get the best of everything. again, go to to find out exactly what you get. all stainless steel, retail $170. retail $55. that's 55% off. >> as we walk by the grill and see the steaks cooking and peppers grilling, we're actually talking about knife sets here. >> i spent all morning cooking for you. these knife sets will get you in shape for your barbecue. mad hungry knife sets. these would have been perfect for your late night dinner. $49.99 retail. the deal -- $14.99. 70% off. >> that's crazy cheap! >> we got solar powered lanterns.
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from this is super cool because i know you love hiking. the solar powered lantern and charger. retail, $69.98. one is waterproof. and one is a lantern and a charger so it will charge your phone up to five times. if you're going hiking or on a picnic, this is great for both reasons. three different lights. the deal $25, 64% off. it is a set. so you get both. >> you told her i like hiking? >> yes. >> i love hiking. >> tote bags. >> fabulous tote bags. we have a surprise for some of our friends in the plaza. retail is $178. waterproof fabric made in the u.s. anybody who is holding a bag will keep it. you are not just modeling it. you get to take it home. the retail, $178. $54, that's 70% off. >> i'm putting my helmet on because you think you're going to get grief for not having a helmet on last time. >> oh, really?
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>> this diamond back beach cruiser. there are kids' bicycles, also. $200 to $250 is the retail. the deal, $100 to $125. that's 50% off. look how cute they are. they have flowers on them. they are for kids. bright colors. these are great for the summer. >> they are really nice. i'm wearing sunglasses but there is a men's version. you're actually talking about women's sunglasses. >> yeah. so this is mark new york sunglasses. retail, $75. aviator, all different ones. go online and see what works for your face but with this price you can get a couple. retail, $75. the deal, $18. 76% off. >> perfect. next -- >> these are great if you want to revamp -- if you want to
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revamp your sort of sitting area. you're going to the beach, you want to look chic. retail, $87.50. linen beach towels. celebrity fans include russell crowe and kim kardashian. some of our plaza members, you will get to keep your towel and go to the beach in style. retail, $87.50. the deal, $25. 71% off. >> underwater cameras. >> capture your summer memories. retail $300. waterproof, video camera. you capture all your moments. retail $300, the deal $69. 77% off. >> great summer books. this is really cool. >> random house beach reads. retail $45 to $51.
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you get a set of three books by best selling authors. go online to see what we have at retail $45 to $51. deal $14, up to 73% off. >> i'm reading smut. >> what? >> smut. >> great. part of the book deal. >> go through products one more time before natalie gets us in trouble. garden tools from joseph bentley. the mad hungry knife set. lantern and charger sets. tote bags from skipper bags. the diamond back beach cruisers. sunglasses from mark new york. beach towels from luster linens. the underwater camera. book sets from penguin random house. for more information, head to the "steals and deals" page on tomorrow, jean chatzky will help us find $400 on the fly. next, we'll talk to the magical morgan -- that's morgan freeman, about his latest role. this is "today" on nbc.
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oscar winner morgan freeman has appeared in more than 45 films, playing everything from a pimp to god himself. in his latest role, freeman reprises are his portrayal of a former musician who's framed for a heist. now in jail, he's planning his revenge. >> are you listening, horsemen? when you emerge -- and you will -- i will be there waiting, because, mark my words, you will get what's coming to you in ways you can't expect. >> morgan freeman, good morning. always a pleasure. >> thank you, ma'am. >> "now you see me," the first
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movie was i think something of a surprise success. when the sequel came to you, were you immediately on board? >> immediately. yeah. when a movie like that has a success, you know the studios are plotting already for the sequel. >> this second all-star cast -- i put the at the very top of that list, but magic is something that interested you. are you into magic tricks? >> i'm not really into magic tricks. i like watching people that have that mental dexterity and mental mindset. mental mindset? but i'm so non-dextrous, i can't do little card tricks and things like that so i'm fascinated by people who can. >> were you interested or surprised to learn how the magicians pull off some of the things they do? because you do kind of -- what's
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cool about the movie, it is real magic, it is not special effects. and the viewer gets to learn about how they do it. >> well, get to learn about how they do some of it. but because thad is in different parts of the movie. i never get to see how they do the magic parts of the movie. >> this is a role reprisal for you. you have done that a few times. i think maybe three, four times you've done a sequel of a character. do you like doing that? >> i do. i do. it's like repertory theater. you come back, you got pretty much the same cast. you've already been together for long enough to get rhythmically in tune. it is always, always fun. >> is there a role you've played over the years that you wish you could reprise? >> i would like to know what happened to red in mexico after "shawshank redemption." >> i wouldn't mind that at all. tim and i would both find that very fascinating. >> it would be. but i guess it is also good to believe they just lived happily
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ever after. >> i'm sure they did. >> i have to ask you, i know you've heard there was some controversy about some comments you made last week during a producing panel. were you with your long-time producer. >> did i say something controversial? >> i know. you're like where did that ever come from? some people were surprised because you were asked about your producing partner and you -- someone you worked with for 20 years. and you said, she wants to be thought of as serious but you can't get away from the short dresses. and the panel moderator says, okay, was that sexist? and you said, oh, i don't know, maybe. i just wanted to give you a chance to respond to that. is that one of those things where you wish you had a do-over? >> no. no. listen. we had a producers conference. 90 minutes talking about our company, revelations entertainment. that's the company. our 20 years together as business partners. and as soon as there's something said in jest when i first met
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her more than 20 years ago -- how is that news? >> you felt like it was just misunderstood or people taking it all too seriously? >> i don't think it is misunderstood. people grab something. whatever someone can talk about. listen to what so and so said -- >> if people quote you there, i don't know how they spell that. >> well, good luck. >> moving on, you had i think seven movies last year and you're busy this year. does it still excite you? is there still something that you think, gosh, that's on my bucket list? >> absolutely. absolutely. all i ever wanted to do from the age of about 9 was be in the movies. be a movie actor. i wanted to be an actor, but movies were -- because i didn't go in a play until i was in my 20s. but movies, i was in all the time. so i -- yeah. that's what i do.
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so, yes. >> you've done it. it is so good to have you here, morgan. thank you so much. "now you see me 2" hits theaters on friday. coming up next, we're making a finger-licking good chicken dinner. but first, this is "today" on nbc. finger-licking good chicken dinner. but
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back now with "today's food." this week we are focusing on making a winner winner chicken dinner. we have a fast and delicious crispy chicken dish. good morning. nice to see you. the year was 2007. let me show you the tape. it was in ireland. we were together for "where in the world." >> oh, my gosh! >> it is so nice to sue he again. it is great to have you here in our kitchen in the states. we're making crispy chicken with honey sauce. look at the ingredients. anything -- >> it's got like all of my favorite ingredients in it. it's got tarragon, mustard, chicken obviously. honey. whiskey. oats. basically what -- >> we're making the coating first. >> are you going to help me? >> absolutely. >> mustard. i'll put in the oats because it gives a gorgeous crispiness. this is our toasting that we're adding in. then we basically pulse all this
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together. about seven years ago, that was such an amazing highlight of my life. >> i loved it there. it was so pretty. >> i don't want to pulse this too much because i still want it to be crispy. i want there to be texture. >> here is the chicken. i want it thin. >> this is great for stress. basically it comes out like this. >> you go to the flour first. >> i go to the flour first. what i like is because that locks in the moisture. then i go straight in the egg like this. this is the coating, the mustard and tarragon. then this goes straight into hot oil. >> that's not going to take long to cook. >> that's it. >> bring it back leer. talk about the sauce. >> this is honey mustard and cider vinegar. we mix those together.
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>> this smells so great. >> you do the honors of the whiskey. >> there is optional. >> not here it's not. >> then a little bit of mustard in this. that's the chicken how it comes out like this. this gorgeous sauce. are you going to taste it? >> of course i am going to taste it. >> i served it up with a beautiful raw vegetable salad of phenyl and asparagus. >> you just did that so fast and we really appreciate it. we're short on time. thank i'm ... ==topvo== a large groupf goats -on thelamt good wednesday morning at 8:56. i'm sam brock. a large group of goats caught grazing off the farm again, and they put chp officers to the test this morning. officers say it involved more than 100 goats in all. bob redell was reporting 150. dozens of them somehow ended up on and near busy highway 24 early this morning on the oakland side of the caldecott tunnel. the chp says one driver who
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could have struck a goat called to report the problem. officers had to herd the animals to nearby caldecott lane. they say no goats were seriously injured and all of them returned to the herd. chp also says the goats likely were temporarily penned in the area to clear brush out along the hillside. happening right now, chp a short time ago gave us more information about the goats, in case you were curious, and why there's mystery about why they went rogue. you can link to an update right now posted in the last hour on our facebook page. also, three suspects tied to the shooting death of a novato high school teenager expected to enter pleas later today. bob redell headed to the courthouse for that hearing. he'll have a live report for our midday newscast. in the meantime, get updates on our twitter feed. and the warriors look to take a commanding 3-0 lead in the nba finals. we'll have more on that next. stay connected to your world wherever the world takes you with the nbc bay area app.
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this morning on "today's take," eric dane is here with a sneak peek at the new season of his hit show, "the last ship." then, pizza delivery like you've never seen it -- from an acrobat. and a new thriller from the world's best-selling author, james patterson. all that cing up next. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist and tamron hall. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to "today." it is a wednesday morning, junel 8th. a lovely morning. tamron on assignment covering the presidential campaign. natalie is on assignment.
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>> this was on list of one of the songs of the summer so i feel like it definitely is. >> it is a candidate. though i think timberlake is running away with it. my kid love it. >> it is a happy, feel-good song. this one is, too. makes you want to dance. we'll talk about dancing in a moment. >> we want to know who else is dancing. hillary clinton and her campaign. she made some history. the race to the white house is set with hillary clinton solidifying her position as a democratic party's presumptive nominee. nbc news projects hillary clinton is the winner in california. the former secretary of state also winning new jersey, new mexico and south dakota. senator bernie sanders of vermont taking montana and north dakota. but with that big win in california, hillary clinton is looking ahead now to the general election. she spoke last night at a celebratory event in palestinian about the historic nature of her nomination. >> we are all standing under a
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glass ceiling right now. but don't worry, we're not smashing this one. thanks to you, we've reached a milestone. first time -- first time in our nation's history that a woman will be a major party's nominee. >> that was secretary clinton relatively early in the night in new york. bernie sanders spoke later in california. he did not concede. he said he is set to meet with president obama at the white house tomorrow. lot of people speculating that maybe at this point president obama suggests that bernie sanders bow out gracefully. then president obama offers his endorsement of hillary clinton. this week's survey -- >> survey monkey! >> hillary clinton holds a four-point lead over donald trump among registered voters. that is within the margin of
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error? i can't see that. it is a tight race. obviously take politics out of it, you may not want to vote for hillary clinton but that was a big moment. you could see it written on her face when she walk up to the stage last night. she was emotional. there were moments she was catching her breath and fighting tears. you can understand why. >> the closest we've had a woman in a position like that. sarah palin when she ran with john mccain. before that, geraldine ferraro with walter mondale. >> 96 years since woman fought for the right to vote. now getting an opportunity. it is an incredible and historic moment. again no matter your politics. i think you look at the achievements of all that women have accomplished in this country. yeah. i think it is a great occasion. >> she put it in context that way, too. she turned to donald trump
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relatively quickly. by the way, i'm told the margin of error, 1.4%. changing topics here, but i love this. so what song gets you on dance floor at a wedding? well, these are weighty questions, to be sure. the website, 538, created the ultimate wedding play list based on a reader's survey. most popular song -- number three, "uptown funk." >> definitely. >> number two -- whitney houston, "i want to dance with somebody." number two. okay? and number one -- what do you think? >> it's right there. ♪ >> still a classic. >> "macarena"?
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no. let's not go there. that was the '80s. natalie answers back, anything. i'm the first one out. >> last one off. but i like songs that make me laugh and make me smile. this is just one of them. ♪ i like big butts and i cannot lie ♪ >> oh! is there a particular dance you do to this one? >> well, there is. >> what was that? >> are you fanning something? what's going on? did something happen? >> it's the spank the butt move. i'm not the only one who loves this song. brittany, our producer, knows every single word to this. stand up, do your dance. >> i can't hear the music. >> come on.
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you just smack this like i do. ♪ ♪ shake it shake it shake that ♪ baby got back >> mr. geist? >> i went -- this is so hard. my sister's wedding. the kids were out there dancing. the deejay put on a song by usher. gets everybody up. just a great tune. doesn't have a smacking move, but -- >> you can pretty much put that movie to anything. maybe except the wall. i went kind of old school. i went "dancing on the ceiling" with mr. lionel ritchie. >> "all night long." >> you can do that, too. >> it always works. >> you should only do that to yourself at a wedding. you know what i mean? >> especially if you're
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somebody's grandmother. that's just wrong. >> good move. >> unless you're the groom, you don't do that. >> exactly. i'm a class act, all right? >> oh, man. be very careful when you invite willie to your wedding. >> i've grown up so much since then. it was years ago. she's forgiven me. >> that's just weird. >> i don't even want to know. well, i'm going to segue to save you. >> thank you. >> you all know how much i love to shop. shopping online especially. i can get in a lot of trouble. there is a new survey from bigcommerce, it is an e-commerce platform. they look at online shopping habits. how many of you -- you guys shop online, too. >> oh, yeah. yeah, yeah, yeah. >> but you're more the manial zon/techie -- you're not biting clothing. 43% of americans shop while in bed. >> i've done that. >> yeah. because you're in your comfort
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place. cozy up. i like that. 23% in the office. >> i've done that. >> oh, yeah. >> i'm surprised that's not higher actually. i don't think people admit it. 20% in the car. hopefully not while driving. >> in the car? >> like in the back of a car if i'm going -- in a cab or something. if i'm bored. >> it mikes akes me car sick. >> you know what i found out about my shopping habits? when i'm away from home. like i'm home sick. i've been traveling a lot. my husband's like, again, with the ten boxes? i'm like but i've been away from home! >> i don't quite follow that logic. >> well, i guess therapists would say it is probably you're just -- you need to accumulate stuff because it makes you feel like you're nesting. i don't know. >> 20% shop in the bathroom. 10% shop while under the influence of alcohol, especially while they're in the bathroom or in bed. >> have you drunk shopped?
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>> oh -- gosh, there are days i wake up -- okay. after shopping -- after having a couple glasses of wine in bed, i wake up next day -- i bought all of that? >> you actually fall into several different categories. >> i fall into all of those categories. >> in bed, drunk, and then you go in the bathroom and you keep shopping. >> when do you not shop? i guess there are certain acts you wouldn't shop during. >> gosh. >> dark natalie's back, ladies and gentlemen. dark natalie. my sister, we used to call her qvc because she -- when she was nursing or up with the kids, she was ordering stuff like crazy. i was getting stuffed delivered to home. she was ordering for other people. >> but that's what you do. >> where is this coming from? we literally had to do an intervention. because she was racking up bills like crazy. did i mention my sister's name
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alisa? shoe was years ago. she's way past that. >> your poor grandma. your poor sister. >> i didn't even assume that was his grandma. who was it? the bride? >> it was a dear friend and she took it in the spirit in which it was intend. >> now you got the friend's name? >> what's the weather like out there? beautiful day, huh? >> you're starting to sweat again. >> wow. our poor friends in florida are just getting pounded. colin went through. good news. but look at this. we've got this front that's just draped accoross -- tampa has gotten 18 inches of rain in the last three days. generally one to three inches over the next few days. then here in the northeast we'll have a little upper level disturbance move across the
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region cooling things off, bring a few showers late today, on in to tomorrow. and then that gets the heck out of here. but it is not going to -- we've got gorgeous weather here now in the northeast in new england. that is going to be changing in the next 1 we have mostly cloudy skies across the bay area with clearing starring to see the super peeking through in a few spots. temperatures in the 50s and 60s heading up to 66 degrees in san francisco. the east bay sees a high of 76 and low 80s for the trivalley. elsewhere 70s and skies clear later and the wind will blow in with around ocean breeze at 15 to 20 miles per hour. >> and that's your latest weather. coming up next, eric dane's quest to save humanity in "the
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he's known by millions of adoring fans as mcsteamy from grey's"gray's anatomy." >> now he place the chief of naval operations who spent the last two years distributing a cure for a virus that's wrecked the planet. >> he heads to china to investigate. >> are you aware of the si scientific formula used to determine the critical number of people needed to receive the contagious cure for it to spread effectively. not enough people get a dose, the cure burns out and whole populations are left unprotected. from what i hear, that may be happening here in asia. which means the cure we've been sending hasn't gotten to the people. >> eric, good morning, sir. >> good morning.
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how are you? is. >> i think i speak for my colleagues here and millions of women at home saying you look good in a uniform. >> thank you. >> you wear it well. is that okay with you guys? it works for me. >> so -- there it is. right there. let's pick up where we left off at the end of season two. where are we right now? >> end of season two we were kind of restoring government and the country was in a state of the healing and we looked as if we were going to come full circle and everything was going to be business as usual. but season three turns out to be more of a global effort, and nathan james gets kidnapped by pirates. >> you're off the point. >> i'm the chief of naval operation. >> you spent the first two years on boat. >> yeah. ship. >> ship. >> don't call it a boat. people get upset.
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>> very upset. the ship. ship. >> be careful. >> the ship. now you're on land. >> right. >> how much better is that? >> it is about -- i get back to the ship rather quickly. but it's nice on land. >> can you get from land to the ship do you take a boat? >> you take a rib. >> wrong again, roker. >> we just were given the highest civilian honor you can get from the navy which is i believe it is called the public service award or -- yeah. something like that. it happened last night so i'm still kind of foggy on the details. but again, it is the highest civilian award you can get from the navy. it is pretty cool. >> captain tom chandler also
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sheems to seem to be rekindling an old flame, getting a little bit mcsteamy. i had to go there. >> you said six seasons, i thought you said from the '60s. i thought, i'm not that old. >> sixth season. >> yeah. i think it is time for tom chandler to move on and have somewhat of a love interest. who better than somebody he's already been with. in the past. >> take her on a love boat. >> you know what they say about a woman's past, doesn't have much of a future. >> oh. very deep. >> that's very deep. >> wow. >> the depth at this table is -- >> pretty shallow. >> shall we go back to the boat? eric dane, thank you. coming up next, he's got moves like jagger and he's not afraid to show it.
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brooklyn native and the owner of williamsburg pizza was just named pizzamaker of the year. he is also a professional pizza acrobat. five-time champ. here to show off his skill, good morning, nino. how did you get started doing this? >> my ex-girlfriend bought me one of these practice pizza doughs and i started practicing with them. i just got real good. won a competition.
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got on the u.s. pizza team. rest is history. >> there is a pizza team? >> yeah. i actually started my own pizza team called the brooklyn pizza group. now i go around the world doing stuff. i got a bunch of kids that we train. we do culinary acrobatics. >> pizza is good, i take it? >> yeah. yeah, the pizza is pretty good. >> can we see some of your moves? >> exactly. >> cool. ♪ >> sweet. whoa. >> woo! off the shoulder. yeah. whoa. >> there it is. >> nice! >> look at this. >> is that your phone ringing? can you answer the phone and twirl the pizza? is. >> can you show us a couple of -- >> yeah. >> so you guides ever play basketball before? >> yes. >> so basketball you shoot like this. with the pizza, you want to hold your hand here and then kind
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of -- get a little bit of dough. little bit. you want to hold your hand here and then morph that into a basketball in one motion like this. look at you guys. >> how do you stretch it? >> i think you're trying to do it. stretch it out. that's what i want to do. >> look at this? how far do you want to take it before you put it down and play with it a little more? >> wait. al. al. al. hold on. behind the back. you're going to go here, hold your hand up. like straight. >> you're going to roll it. go ahead, try it. mine's getting a little too big for that. i think.
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but i can make a pizza. look at me. i can-a-make-a-the-pizza. >> in the pizzeria, it is fun. it is fun for the customers and everything. but like it is not like so necessary. it is almost like -- >> juggling. >> thank you your car insurance policy is 22 pages long. did you read every word? no, only lawyers do that. so when you got rear-ended and needed a tow, your insurance company told you to look at page five on your policy. did it say "great news. you're covered!" on page five? no. it said, "blah blah, blah blah blah blah blah..." the liberty mutual app with coverage compass makes it easy to know what you're covered for and what you're not. see car insurance in a whole new light. liberty mutual insurance. we invited women to a spa to dish soap. body wash. you may not feel it, but some body washes can contain cleansers found in dish soap.
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dove body wash is different. it has only the gentlest cleansers. it just made me feel good. ==topvo== a fire that burn dangerouslyclos station .. lit up the early morning sky in the south bay. it happened just before two a-m .. at the valero station on lake >> good morning. it's 9:26. it happened before 2:00 at the valero station near lawrence expressway. firefighters are not sure how it started, but the flame spread quickly to neighboring trees, sending flame and embers sky ward. no one was hurt, but the flame damaged vehicles that were parked there before the fire started. several homes sit near the gas station, all of which firefighters managed to save. a large group of goats on the land put the officers to the test. it involved more than 100 goats and all dozen somehow ended up
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on and near busy highway 24 on the oakland side of the tunnel. if you think you may have struck a goat, call to report the problem. they had to move the animals to the tunnel. there were no goats seriously injured and all returned to the herd and they were probably temporarily penned to clear brush along the hillside and probably just got out. we will have a look at traffic and weather after the break. bl
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you . >> good wednesday morning. i'm carrie hall. breaks in the clouds in the south bay. we will look at san jose. temperature-wise 61 degrees and above livermore and oakland. 53 degrees in palo alto and 58 in santa rosa. it will be warm for the inland spottings and up to 85 degrees. 63 at the castro and oakland is
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69. livermore today expecting a high of 81 degrees. let's see what's happening on the roads. >> thing things are calming down and we will look at highway 85 northbound. a motorcycle crash around fremont. we have one rain parkly blocked. that's northbound off the 280. here northbound it's going up on a crash there and that's getting to the city and off the bay bridge and the like. back to you. >> we will have more local news in a half hour. ♪ that's what we're made of. no artificial colors. no artificial flavors. no artificial sweeteners.
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their heart attack. experts say the results show how important the support of a spouse can be during and after a major illness. a new study finds using a hands-free phone in your car can be just as distracting as using one that is in your hands. tracking drivers' eye movements, researchers found that people who use bluetooth or other hands-free devices while driving focus on a smaller area of the road and they fail to see potential hazards. they say phone conversations trigger a person's visual imagination which can then interfere with the brain's ability to process information. less than a year after it was introduced, keurig is pulling the plug on its cold soda machines. the company is discontinuing the machines and is offering refunds to those people who bought the machines. more than 100 workers will be laid off. it never caught on mainly because of the high price tag of the machine and the soda cause. the carbonated beverage seems to be falling out of favor
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in america. a new report finds bottled water is poised to become the country's most consumed beverage. consumption grew 120% between 2000 and 2015. carbonated beverages fell 16% during that same period of time. one expert expects water will overtake soda by early 2017. let's get a check of the weather right now from mr. roker. hey, al. >> a new hot thing -- water. mm. all right! try it, it's good! we're looking at wet weather making its way through the northeast later today, though it is beautiful out right now. heavy rain continues down in florida thanks to the stationary front. slight risk of strong storms back in the western plains. tomorrow looking at a little wet weather in the pacific northwest, more showers around the great lakes. the rain continues unfortunately through florida. it will be like that pretty much right through friday. decent day in the northeast to still have mostly cloudy skies across the bay area, but
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peeks of sunshine starting to come out. upper 50s to lower 60s. 76 in the east bay. san francisco is 66 and low 80s through the trivalley while most of the inner bay and east bay and peninsula will see the highs in the 70s. right about average for this time of year for milder weather and a few days before it heats up later this weekend. >> that's your latest weather. "war craft" is one of the summer's most anticipated blockbusters, based on the wildly popular video game that features a battle between humans and giant orks who come to their world. >> i didn't want to come here. i swear, guardian.
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you should be the one to explain. >> explain what? >> the foul. >> what is the foul? >> it promises great power but it exacts a terrible price. >> good morning. >> during this film, here's a giant video gam that comes to life. did you guys play the game before you got the roles in the movie? >> no, i helicopter played myself. the director played a lot. he was a big fan. so it is great to have him directing. >> people have been playing the game for years but we came in cold. so it was an interesting -- it is an interesting world to come into. >> that video game has a built-in huge, huge fan base. >> we're the only people that didn't know that. >> the only two guys who's never played. >> pick the two guys who don't know anything about this game. >> the built-in fan base is good because they're all going to see
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the movie but they're also going to be watching very closely, like you didn't play the character the right way. have you already experienced that rabid fan base? >> we started experiencing it on set. the crew an our director wrote for years. we were able to pick his brain. >> comicon is very interesting time. great characters. >> ben, your character, you play the guardian. how cool is it having all of these acts and powers? >> it feels equivalent to being able to toss a pizza really, really good. >> i know, right? and around your head. >> i saw your skills. >> jamie lee kur curtis actuall showed up to the premier in full costume? >> wow. she's all-in. >> you mention your director, duncan jones.
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he's taking this quite seriously. he held an ork camp where he had some members of the cast come and sort of live together. were you guys part of that at all? >> no. >> he kept us separate. >> did you have your own camp? >> you did have a little bit of a romance with half ork played by paula patton. that can't be bad. >> every day working with her is pretty lucky. she does a great job. beautiful. >> you don't mind the green? >> no. i'm into it no you. i can't wait for comicon. >> what's going on here? >> whatever gets you going, travis. fellows, thank you so much. this movie is going to be huge. "warcraft" will be in theaters everywhere this friday. coming up next, their internet dancing video went viral. we brought the father/daughter duo to studio
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pc pe penney. we partnered with jcpenney for a little father's day fun with three dads whose dances with their daughters went viral. our first dad is marine leonardo cortinez. they captured 2.9 million views. this video going viral after surprising their guested with a choreographed dance medley. 16-year-old, i should say. our next dad and his daughter have gotten over 19 million views combined with their homemade music videos. charlotte, north carolina, josh and his 6-year-old daughter's most recent video is a tribute to justin timberlake's "can't stop feeling" and it has gotten over 3.9 million views so far. and our last dad and daughter are from mississippi, mike jones, whipped and naynay'd his
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way here to compete in the ultimate dad's dance-off. liliana vasquez is going to tell us what they are playing for. >> that is some serious dancing. all three dads are playing for first, second and third place prizes which are jcpenney gift cards or $500, $250 and $100. they can use the cards on active, casual or formal styles like these for dad. all right, you guys will dance to three genres of music and our fabulous judges are a few of our favorite dads, of course. al, willie and our celebrity judge, ellen's in-house deejay and the ultimate dad dancer -- twitch. >> you just became a dad yourself, right? >> i did, yeah. i have a newborn son. the sleepless nights, they're great but the groove still remains. >> the groove remains. dancing with baby in your arms. >> absolutely.
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>> there you go. we ready to get going here? let's get started with the ultimate dad dance-off. you guys have 20 seconds on the clock. so first up, it is going to be "pop" for all of you. okay? all right. 20 seconds on the clock. let's go! ♪ >> yeah. i like the situation that's going on. there is a big opening right there. that's good. okay. >> woo! oh, yeah. >> you got it. you got it. you got this. work it out. >> she's good. >> tough competition. all right, judges. first round, very tough. >> i know, this is hard thing to do. >> deep breaths. >> anybody come out here? >> we kind of like the acrobatics in the beginning.
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>> the cartwheel got us. >> let's be honest, the pants. >> the pants are good. >> next round, guys. next round what do we have? now we have my favorite genre, a little hip-hop. let's do it. ♪ >> oh! oh, yeah. oh, yeah. ♪ >> mike was twerking so hard his mike almost fell off.
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>> you guys, i tell you, this is really hard. last round here. okay. what do we have? >> this is techno. this is a little harder. can't way to see what moves they have. >> oh. oh, wow. oh, wow. >> the carlton, ladies and gentlemen. >> hips don't lie. >> okay. we got the sprinkler. sprinkler, baby. >> josh with the lips there. >> everybody moving on that last one. >> that was a great final round, guys. you guys have your work cut out for you. let's go down the line. al? >> well, i still am bedazzled by mike's twerking. the carlton. went old school.
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but then again, you guys doing the sprinkler. >> i'm a sucker for sprinkler. >> i am, too. but then that piggyback moved that just happened. everybody went really hard in last round. i loved a little bit of everything. >> well, here's the deal. i just am going to make an executive decision. i know we said originally -- you all win. everybody gets a $500 gift card. >> yay! >> happy father's day. >> you guys are all amazing. you were such a superstar. nice work. great job. everybody's a winner! $500 jc pen krchlt pecpenney g. treat your fathers to a great father's day. do you dance like that all the time for your dad? i hope so because that was pretty fun. thank you so much, liliana. and twitch, happy father's day. head to for more
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he has sold over 350 million books, holds the record for the most number one "new york times" best sellers. james patterson has a brand-new thriller on shelves. his newest line of book shots could actually change the way we read our books. james patterson, welcome. good to see you. >> these are addictive. it is a new alex cross. it is only available in "book shots." all under $150. all under $5. don't be afraid when they look a little different. your producer loved it. my wife is addicted. warning, these are addictive. >> now how often do they come out? >> every month. this month there's two. next month there's four. we broke in england with six. we broke in australia with six.
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>> will you stale into ty into l engi thriller genre? >> we'll do different things. next month we'll have a woman's murder club. then kind of a little "50 shades of grey" but maybe a little better story. >> i didn't say that. >> that will be for people to figure out, make their own judgments. >> what's going on with alex in this one? >> gary is back. which is really weird. because alex is sure that he died. >> nobody ever dies. now, james, your book, which i love, "the middle school -- worst years of my life." going to be a new movie hitting theaters. >> october 7. >> in the last one you had a little cameo. do you make a cameo again? >> no. this one is the cameo.
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we also have eight minutes of animation in this which we're still doing the animation. >> what is it like watching something like this -- i mean you've had alex frost on screens before. but something like this is kind of a damifferent kind of book. >> what gets me is when it turns out well. whether it is a book, a movie or tv show. this movie is terrific. it's hilarious. its it's very, very funny. all the adults are stand-up comedians. and the lead kid is -- the lead kids are all good. they're very good. they never drop a line. they're amazing. >> unlike us. >> yeah. let's drop a line on each other right now. >> james patterson, thanks so much. "bo "bookshots" on bookshelves. >> the people will love this. >> i am running for office! no
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ck traffic maps =trx toss to anchor= ==anim== happening now ==half== we're crunching the results from yesterday's california primary - and the historic victory for hillary clinton. but there's also a historic race brewing in california and the battle for a u-s senate seat. link to the story in our twitter feed. ==rvl== firefighters are trying to determine what sparked a spectacular fire in the south bay - yards from a gas station.
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the flames damaged sone cars - but firefighters spared nearby homes. check out the video at our facebook page. ==rvl== and rock star axl rose has a bi details in the entertainment headlines - on our homepage. =anchor/cu= i'll have another
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