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enjoy it today as you head out on this tuesday. we appreciate you waking up with us. >> we will see you again tomorrow. > (♪). buenos días, noticias, soprendente prueba de misiles en el mediterráneo y crece tensión por la crisis en siria. y esto en el mismo que el presidente barack obama citó a miembros claves del gobierno para buscar apoyo para el ataques deliberados por estados unidos. la persona que logra su sueño diana nyad que cruzó de gloria de de cuba a logro o vida en el interés intento. cómo fue lograr esta meta. y esta mañana está con nosotros vivo. y 50 sombras de grey genera controversia, los protagonistas de la película han generado sorpresas, y hoy martes 3 de septiembre del 2013. desde nbc news esto es
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today, con matt lauer y savannah guthrie. en vivo desde el estudio uno a
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>> good morning to you. as one white house official tells me, everything is on the menu. that includes another meeting at the white house with the president who will be hosting key members of national security, committee is try to prevent them to support his call in action in syria. meanwhile, a show down with say sawed bashar is heating up. with syria's civil war, the french newspaper said they can't prove the syrian regime uses chemical weapons against its own people.
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we challenged the u.s. and france to put forward any proof. the middle east is a powder keg and the fire is approaching today. everyone will lose control once the powder keg explodes. the risk of a regional war exists. in washington today for the first time in an open forum, the obama administration will make its case for military action before members of congress. secretary of state and defense secretary to testify in front the senate foreign relations committee on which both men once serve the. the president's plan faces skepticism from both sides. among the foreign policy hawks, republican senators john mccain and lindsey graham who met with the president monday afterwards saying that the white house is developing a better strategy. >> we urged the president to up his game and inform the american
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people what does it mean if assad wins and the opposition loses? >> reporter: the president's window to make his case is closing. he heads overseas tonight. where he'll try to gain international support. even some russian lawmakers told vladimir putin, they want to come to washington to vote against president obama's plan. and what to watch for over the next several days is members of coming reluctant to support any military action. saying they want better clarity about what it will look like. they want the scope and scale to be better limited. that is something that the officials here say they are willing to accommodate. >> thank you so much. let's turn to senator john mccain. he is making headlines. he joins us from capitol hill. good morning to you. >> good morning.
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>> you said yesterday on the white house north lawn for congress to reject the president's call for military action would be, quote, cat trough fik. does that mean you are a yes vote for military action even if it doesn't go as far as you would hope? >> no, it does not. i can't support something that i'm afraid maybe doomed to failure in the long-run. but it still are be catastrophic if we turn down and reverse a policy that was -- an action that was going to take place. i think it does horrendous damage to the credibility of the president of the united states. but if this resolution doesn't do with what we discussed with the president yesterday, getting sufficient weapons and the right kind of weapons to the syrian army, and changing the momentum
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on the ground in syria from assad's favor to that of the pre-syrian army, then this resolution will not have the desired effect. >> everyone knows that syria is an array of pad and worse options. is it better to do nothing than something that is limited? >> i think it's a very tough call. but to do nothing, is as i said, would have kons kwepss throughout the world. but to do something that really other words, some token strikes and then some time later assad uses those chemical weapons again? what do we do then? go through the same routine. the president of the united states put himself in a very difficult position when he said two years ago that assad should leave. a year ago that there was a red line in the use of chemical weapons. and now after saying that he would launch strikes is now
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referring to congress for their approval or disapproval. it's a very difficult game that he's playing. and the stakes are incredibly high. and by the way, this is already a regional conflict. >> and very quickly, just to be candid with the american people, if the u.s. were to engage in military action in syria, what are the chances that that's the end of it? is there any scenario that the u.s. does not get more deeply involved? >> yes. you provide the weapons and you take out the air power that is the distinct advantage that assad had. you commit to no american troops on the ground and you can reverse this. the pre-syrian army is viable, strong and moderate. and anything that tells you anything different isn't telling you ut truth. we need to reverse the situation on the battlefield. russian weapons and arraignian
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weapons are pouring in. >> i've got to leave it there. but at this moment, do you have confidence that this resolution will pass? >> say that again. >> do you have confidence that this will ultimately pass the congress? >> i hope -- i hope so. but it's got to be a resolution that will achieve the goals that i just described. and if it doesn't, then obviously then i can't support it. >> senator john mccain, always good to get your perspective. thank you. >> and natalie is here with new details on how and why the u.s. government is now monitoring a key ally. >> paying just as much attention to pakistan as it does to al qaeda and arain. this court reporter a new report to the washington post. it shows that the united states has ramped up its surveillance of pakistan's nuclear arms. according to the report the
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document was provided by intelligence leaker edward snow deposit. dennis rodman is back in north korea for the second time this year. he sfirs visited in mid-february. rodman is playing down speculation that his trip is aimed at freeing kenneth bay. a southwest airlines flights was forced to make an emergency landing after a plane hit a bird. it happened shortly after takeoff from north carolina. the crews shut down the affected engine, and immediately returned the flight to the airport. passengers were placed on other flights. and just in time for the morning commute, the new bay bridge in san francisco is open once again to traffic. a new east span of the bridge opened late last night. the $6.4 billion section took 1
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$11 years to billion build. that span of the bay bridge was earthquake and was found to be unsafe after that. now to wall street and what is moving the market. >> natalie, good morning. wall street is watching the mobile phone industry which is quickly consolidating. microsoft buying know kia for $7 billion. two struggling companies to looking to combine old phones with old software. a megadeal for verizon too. it we want into the wireless business over a decade ago and is buying back half of the it for over $130 billion. the stock market is back in session and in the green this morning. severe weatherers are on alert. historically, september is the worst month for stocks.
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>> and an ugly scene in bam bam this past weekend after a brawl broke out after a high school football game. this time it was a couple of coaches. watch as one of the coaches throws a punch. this happened in jasper, bam bam, while the players were leaving the field. they rush the in to break up the fight. the coach that threw the first pump was placed on administrative leave. >> meantime, if about you hear the -- >> [ applause ] >> if you didn't know any better, she sounded like maria carey. >> take a look at some of this video from japan. they get high winds, but it's
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rare they see tornados. this is a tornado in the suburbs of tokyo. 200 homes danieled and positive people injured. a wild seen. as you can see power transformers exploding and causing a lot of damage. closer to home, three areas of investigation we're watching over the next five days. one of them that investigation area, 97 l, 50% chance of developing but probably won't cause any problems through the u.s. and out in the pacific northwest, upper low bringing a lot of moisture in the southwest. hit or miss areas of one to two inches of rain in parts of central nevada. that's what's going on. we're going to get your local forecast in the next 30 seconds.
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♪ starting off with 50s and 60s around the bay area right now. partly cloudy skies. close to 80 in san jose this afternoon. 70s for oakland. upper 60s in san francisco. after the next couple of days temperatures climbing as we get into the weekend. we are talking temperatures as warm as the mid to upper 90s in our valleys. saturday 70s near the beaches just in time for the weekend. st weather, willie. >> all right, al, thanks a lot. now to diana nyad's historic swim from cuba to florida. on monday the 64-year-old completed the 110 mile journey achieving a dream she has been chasing for 35 years. we'll talk to her in a moment but first kerry sanders is down
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in key west with the details. kerry, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, willie. coaches are always telling athletes that their mental game is just as important, maybe more important than their physical skill and nowhere is that more evident than today in diana nyad's incredible victory. this is what raw determination looks like. after 54 hours, 52 minutes, and 18 seconds of stroke after stroke after stroke, more than 110 miles, one stroke at a time. >> you should never ever give up. >> reporter: and at 64 years old, this is what triumph sounds like. >> we knew you were going to do it. we are so proud of you. >> reporter: and what inspiration means. >> you're never too old to chase your dreams. >> i'm going to find a goal, a dream and i'm going to do it too. >> reporter: her record breaking swim took two nights to complete
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but was 35 years in the making. beginning with her first attempt in 1978. the begees were at the top of the charts but despite attempt after attempt plagued by strong currents, rough weather, sharks and painful jelly fish stings, she persisted. >> i'm not a quitter. >> reporter: this time she was ready with a new protective suit, a specially designed mask and a sting stopper cream. as she neared her goal i talked to her team by radio. >> can you believe that diana made it this far? >> unbelievable. we witnessed it ourselves and we can't believe it. >> reporter: and then finally to the cheers of a crowd waiting on the beach, the moment her supporters around the world had been waiting for. >> i love the journey. >> reporter: hours later she left the hospital, still sun burned, her lips and tongue
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still swollen, diana nyad's spirit seems as resolute as the moment she set out from havana and swam into the record books. >> you can dream, you can be vital and in your prime. i may not look it right now but catch me on a good day, i'm in my prime. >> reporter: she told us this morning as she was taking the final strokes toward the beach, she was looking for a television camera because she wanted among the first words recorded when she came up on the shore to be never give up. clearly, she has taught all of us that, willie. >> kerry sanders in key west. thank you so much. joining us now diana nyad herself. good morning. congratulations. >> willie, thank you very much. >> i'm going to ask you about your emotions in just a minute but after 53 hours through jelly fish, sharks and rough seas, how are you feeling physically this morning? >> you know, i feel all right. it's amazing how the emotional
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can lift the physical. i remember the feeling only too well. right here in key west the last few years not making it and i felt pretty beat up and sore and down and tired. but to see that beach and see those people and to come in with my intrepid crew, it just takes all the physical pain away. >> this dream was 35 years in the making. your first attempt was in 1978. what was different about the fifth attempt that didn't happen for you in the first four? >> well, number one, i had the jelly fish expert of the world with me. before we went out saying i hope we get lucky and make it through and the animals are the most deadly in the ocean. so she was there every minute diving around me saying they're not in the water right now. i also work with a prosthetics maker to make the mask to protect me from the jelly fish.
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very difficult to swim in. i took in a lot of saltwater and now i have huge abrasions in the mouth from the mask rubbing. but, the jellyfish, i decided the resolve was so strong to make this swim, that i had to get through them. that's their world and i had to get through them. that was one big difference this time. >> for all the physical challenges you outlined this is an incredible mental test as well. 110 miles from cuba up to florida. what do you think about at mile 50 or mile 70? what keeps you going? >> you know, there are certain all marathon swimmers and mountain climbers and endurance -- extreme endurance people that have songs and chantings and countings but i'll tell you the truth, with all the experience i have, especially in this ocean, i didn't realize how much suffering there was going to be. it was very wavey. i got very lucky with the gulf stream.
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it was going right where i was going so that stayed me. but the wind action was huge. the jelly fish mask made me take in a lot of saltwater. so sick as a dog and we couldn't -- my crew couldn't find anything for me to eat or drink that i could keep down. i was vomiting constantly almost throughout the whole 53 hours. >> wow. >> and you know, you don't have strength anymore. so i wasn't out there just kind of swimming and daydreaming like usual. i was dealing with a crisis. >> well, diana nyad you are officially super human. i don't think there's anybody else that could do this. you are so cool. you are such an inspiration and it's a thrill for us to talk to you this morning. congratulations. >> willie, thank you so much for talking with me. never give up. >> never give up. >> can we just do what we want to do. >> unbelievable. >> she is truly amazing. i cannot imagine, the grit, the
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determination. it's amazing. you have interviewed her many times. >> exactly. i went down to key west on her third attempt and watching yesterday, watching her come in, i had tears in my eyes. all the people watching yesterday had tears in their eyes. it's a dream come true. >> 64 years old. >> proved everybody wrong. >> yeah, her method was never give up. you're never too old and it's always about the team. it's not an individual sport. what great messages. >> she is the personification of all of those values. it's amazing. coming up, we'll take a turn. what do you think of these choices? how 50 shades of grey fans are reacting to the actors that just landed the lead roles. >> and the painful fall out from one veteran reporters accidental encounter with a football on the sidelines, but first, this is "today" on nbc. ♪
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you can see the backup there at the toll plaza. for the official word let's check in with our official guy.  to roll is a figure of speech because folks are slow rolling. the chopper moved the view towards the maze. it is just yñjammed. barely moving around the berkeley curve. that is the case all the way down out of the area. this is the incline heading over the bay bridge as you are making the curve. the bridge itself moves smoothly. o we are talking about the slower speeds coming off of the bridge and from the top of the screen all the way down around. a lot of folks want to use the bay bridge. they may have slowed the metering lights down, also. south 680 an earlier crash on the shoulder. it has been quite a problem since about 6:30. as the sun comes up you can make out the bottom of the screen
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there is a police car on the shoulder. how is the weather? >> that is what some of the warmer temperatures around the bay area. tri valley mid 80s today. closer to 80 san jose. from here things heat up as we approach the weekend. 90s in our inland valleys starting on friday. >> hopefully a little less humidity out there. we have another local news update in one half hour from right now. another beautiful look at the bay bridge, thatyj] eastern sp "today" show coming your way. [ mom ] in my family, we're big cereal lovers.
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7:30 now on this tuesday morning. it is the 3rd of september, 2013. and boy do you have a lot of excitement in rockefeller plaza. this morning, the singing sensation ariana granade is here. she is going to pform live for her many fans coming up. good morning everyone. i'm savannah guthrie with willie geist in for matt. al roker and natalie morales. we'll all be humming it. >> a beautiful voice. >> you were singing it this morning. >> i was. it's catchy. >> go ahead. >> no. >> we'll let her do the singing. >> that's a good idea. >> also ahead, what appred to be a light hearted moment during a preseason football game. a sideline reporter hit by a stray football but now pam oliver, one of the best in the
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business is opening up about the result. a very serious concussion. we'll have her story in a moment. >> and on trending, while president obama stake heat this morning over these newhotos of him in the oval office andhat he's doing. >> and september is alzheimer's awareness month and maria shriver will join us to kick off a special on the disease and advances that could lead to the cure includidi celebrities trying to put a new face on alzheimer's. >> a major casting decision has a lot of people talking and arguing. the lead roles ithe movie version of 50 shades of grey have been announced. mara has details. >> good morning. author e.l. james broke the news on twitter. the roles of anastasia steele and christian grey have been announced. they are the coveted roles that had hollywood talking and now the secret is out.
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e.l. james tweeting over the weekend that dakota johnson, daughter of don johnson has been tapped to play anastasia stle. christian grey is charlie hunnam. not marquee names yet. >> people have the ideas of what the stars bring to the rol where now you can get some that are going to feel fresh and new to the readers of thebook. >> it tookhe publishing world by storm in 2012 selling more than 70 million copies as women everywhere tore through the steamy series. >> christian grey has to be profoundly irresistibly xy. >> the question of who would play the characters has been debated endlessly online. some even creating fake trailers starring their favorite actors. >> this probably wouldn't have
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be what i expected. to me, he looks a little too grudgey. >> so far reaction to e announcement has been mixed at best. all par for the course when it comes to a dedicated group of passionate fans. >> you saw that with twilight. initially the fans of the twilight book were not happy with robert pattinson. you'll see it shift. >> the on screen chemistry between hunnam and johnson whose biggest role so far was in the short lived fox series ben and kate. >> oh my god. >> but with it's edgey consent, a 50 shades movie isn't likely to look or feel le a network sitcom. >> you don't sign on with a 50 shades of grey movie without bein confident filming a sex scene. they're going to be explicit but not go over the top where this becomes a movie that limits it's audience. >> well, so far the reaction on
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social media hasn't been so great either. but some fans say they're willing to keep an open mind and they are giving the films producers the benefit of the doubt. >> all right. thank you so much. now for analysis we'll turn to natalie morales who has read the entire trilogy multiple times. >> i have done my research guys. i like the choices here because new, fresh faces in hollywood. it's a good choice. >> didn't you tell me when we were watching the piece that the face isn't what matters? >> wow. >> there you go. >> there's no correlation to the fact you have that rope in your dressi room >> al. >> always takes i to the next level. >> always crosses the line and goes over. >> she does read the book with a highlighter. we should point out. >> i'mhe only one that will admit to reading it. >> i read the first one but not the second and third. everyone has an idea of what he looks like and that's why it's controversial. >> and what she looks like.
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>> do you have an idea. >> not even a little bit. i haven't read the book. >> you cracked it open. i've never read it. >> it's on her night table. >> all right. that's enough of that for now. should we get a check of the weather? >> announc: today's weather is brought toou by white house black market. wear tt works. >> let's check it out for you and show you what we've got going on for today. just looking ahead for september, above normal out west. northern new england, the rest of the country looking normal along the west coast and much of the central part of the country. precipitation-wise wet in new england and down through florida. southwest looking wet. rest of the country fairly normal. showers will plague the southeast again today because of the frontal system and then we're looking for showers making their way into the pacific and this morning we are waking up to patches of low
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clouds around san francisco and the coast. 50s and 60s for now. the showers moved towards the sierra. highs towards mid 80. 68 in san francisco and mid 80s inland today. until maybet about thursday afternoon. friday and saturday highs soaring into the 90s inland. and that's your latest weather, willie. >> thanks a lot. new fall out this morning tied to an on going controversy in montana. the sentence handed down by a judge in the case involving a teacher and teenage victim. here's john yang. >> reporter: the protests have been swift and loud. all targeted at the jge that sentenced former high school teacher stacy ramble to 15 years in prison for the 2007 rape of a
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14-year-old and then suspended all by 31 days and gave him one day credit for time served. morales committed suicide before the case went to trial in 2010. at sentencing, he said morales was older than her chronological age at the time of the rape and was probably as much in control of the situation as he was. that angered the victim's mother. >> i was horrified. i n't believe in justice anymore. it was a joke. >> reporter: two days ler he apologized for his comments. >> i'm not sure what i was attempting to say at that point but it didn't come out correct. what i said was demeaning to all women and not what i believe in and irrelevant to the sentcing. >> reporter: but he didn't change the sentence. now the prosecutor is trying to change that. >> certainly i'm disappointed in this sentence but i have a job to do and my job right now is to
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figure out if this case can be appealed because of some legal error. >> reporter: in an interview the victim's mother said it's hard to explain to her younger brothers and sister. >> what happened to him, mom? what do you say? nothing. >> reporter: the state's national organization for women joined the chorus of outrage. >> we will no longer stand by. >> reporter: there's calls for the judge to step down or be impeached. >> when a judge losthat sense of trust from the community it's time for the judgeo stop being a judge. >> reporter: no word on what happens next as the controversial comments reverberate in the voices of protest. for today, john yang, nbc news, chicago. the judge apologized for the comments but it maybe too late based on the protests. coming up next on trending, look
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delta is looking beyond. 80 thousand of us investing billions... in everything from the best experiences below... to the finest comforts above. we're not simply saluting history... we're making it. we are back at 7:43 with new details on a story we talked about. kim oliver wasit in the head by a football a few weeks ago and now we're learning there's more to this story. she was really hurt by it. katie has more on that. good morning to you. >> good morng, savannah. oliver went on to report that entire game but now she is eaking o about just how bad her injuries were. >> reporter: it was sunday, august 18th. nfl preseason. pam oliver was o the sidelines conducting an interview during warm ups when all of a sudden a
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throw by colt's back up quarterback caught oliver smack in the face. the kind of hit that leaves a viewer wincing in pain, let alone the victim. >> that's got to hurt, still. quite a sting. >> oh my god. >> those balls are heavy. >> despite it, oliveve kept reporting telling the new york ily news that she thought you don't want to be wimpy. you just have to push through it. push she did until the next morning when she woke up to a hold on to your head kind of inding headache. turns out like so many of the players she covers, oliver had a concussion. the sensitivity to light started and some nausea too. my whole body was sore, oliver explained. i really could not take light. the light from thetv, the accent lighting, the sun was my enemy. my blinds were drawn. it was miserable. >> what happened is she was hit in the backside of her skull and the ball moved her head a
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twisted it. what happened was the brain twisted inside the skull and probablyit up against the inside part of thekull causing a concussion. >> reporter: a frightening experience but oliver isn't alone. sideline reporters have a long history of being on the wng side of the play. as for oliver, she pent five days hiding inside a dark room at home. the ordeal a lesson for the veteran reporter on just how dangerous the sport can be. >> i start wondering how these guys go back to being hit, she said, taking all of that punishment a week or two later. >> oliver will be back on the sidelines this sunday in san francisco when the 49ers play the packers. she is promising to keep her hit on a swivel. you have to watch the ball. make sure you keep your eyen the play. >> but it's hard to do. you're trying to talk to somebody and have a nversation. >> it's interesting. it gives her new insight on the sport she covered for so long. >> she is one of the great
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sideline reporters. she is one of the best and she'll be back but i played football, you get hit in the face with your helmet off, it really stings. >> you're a little gun shy after you do something like that. >> did you ever have a concussion. >> i probably did. probably the result of some of my behavior. >> that's like being on morning joe every morning. >> katie, thank you for the update. good story. appreciate it. coming up the subject of health, can a disease have an imagine problem? maria shriver is here to talk about the push to raise awareness and money for alzheimer's research. but first, these msages.
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580 and 880 moves smoothly. slammed southbound out of hayward down towards fremont. it is a bit of a grind there. there is the northbound routes kicking in northbound 85. what is it weatherwise? >> things are looking drier than yesterday evening as we watch patchy low clouds and fog. close to 80 later on san jose. mid 60s5san francisco. enjoy the mild temperatures while they last. taking us into the upper 90s inland to kick off the weekend. might want to grab water to stay hydrated with those temperatures. another news update in one half hour from now at 8:26. we leave you with another look at the live span of the bay bridge. a lot of people want to check it
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missile defense test with the u.s. this morning over the mediterranean sea. tensions in the areas are high because of the threat of u.s. military interventn in syria. the obama admistration wants congress to support a military strike to punish the syrian regime for it's aeged use of chemical weapons. john mccain told savannah he would back military action if it can achieve broader goals. >> to do nothing, as i said, would have consequences throughout the world. but to do something that really doesn't change, anytng, in other words some token strikes and then sometime later bashar al assad uses those weapons again. what do we do then? go through the same routine? >> john kerry and chuck hagel will present the case to the rt senate foreign relations committee. >> president obama travels to swe sweden today. he will hold bilateral tal to
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discuss trade and international security. then president obama will head to st. petersburg russia ler in the week where he will join leaders of the world for the g-20 summit. >> japan's governments pledging a half billion dollars to build a wall of frozen earth around the fukushima nuclear power plant. it's been leaking since it was damaged by an earthquake and tsunami in 2011. >> the wildfire near yosemite national park is 70% contained. cooler temperatures helped crews make steady progress throughout the weekend. however the fire still poses a threat to thousands of homes. one day after completing her epic 110 mile swim, diana nyad told willie geist this morning that she was amazed at how her emotions could override her
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physical haustion. she was the first to swim from cubao florida without a shark cage. >>he jelly fish action made me take in a lot of saltwer to sick as a dog and w couldn't -- bonny and i crew coun't find anything for me to eat or drink that i could keep down. >> this was nyad's fifth attempt. she spent about 53 hours in the water. olympic downhill champion lindsey vonn reved up her training since returning to the slopes for the fst time since her crash in february. her surgery repaired right knee holding up well during practice runs. vonn who always made headlines as tiger wood's girlfriend has just five months now until the olympic winter games in russia. >> an alarming site for dvers as 30 police horses stam spe
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stampeded down a street. they were startled by the sound of car engines. several horses sufferedinor injuries and aozen cars were damaged. it's 8:05. let's go back over to savannah and willie, guys. >> thanks a lot. al, how about another check of the weather? >> we have a question for you, shouldn't by in school? what's your name? >> grace. >> is yo school in session right now. >> yeah. >> where do you go to school? >> st. ma's. >> well, maybe nobody sees you right now because they're all in school. there you . don't get in trouble. all right. let's se what we have got for you as far as your weather is concerd. as we start off with our pick city of the day. amarillo, texas. sunny, hot, 93 degrees. let's check out what we've got for you today. a lot of wet weather through the pacific northwest. ra exiting new england. behind it cooler, drier conditions. look at the temperatures in the 60sn western new york and 70s
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putting their feet up. george w. bush was one. also gerald ford has been known to do it. what do you think? >> do we really think no other president has eveput his foot on the desk? >> let's go to the video tape. >> i was a momt and i think it's much to do about nothing. >> i was amazed at how limber he was. >> he was actually doing lunges. >> that was not my take away from that photograph. interesting take from natalie. >> trending in the wall street journal, there's no shame in it. most of us here have taken a nap given our schedules. naps are more complicated than we realize. now they're offering smart ways to help us get the most out of a quick snooz. the best time to nap is between 1:00 and 4:00 p.m.. a 10 to 20 minute session wil help boost your alertness and energy but if you setch it up
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to 30 minutes you could wake up feeling groggy but a 90 minute nap can increase memory and creative. >> so a 90 minute nap isetter than a 30. >> after 30 is good. 30 t 90 bad. 90 and beyond is actually sleeping. >> yeah. >> i'm in the 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. three hour chunk. >> yeah, but if you do take a nap and you nap too long it does mess wh your sleep that night. >> yeah. >> you have the bedtimes that we do you have to be ready to go to bed at 9:00 or 10:00. >> we're going to bed before our kids. >> exactly. >> trending fr the associad press, the statement from michael douglas this morning saying my marriage is not in crisis. this is on reports from his split from catherine zeta jones. >> i have a crisis at home?
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no, the press has a crisis. we are fine. my wife and i are fine. we're taking a temporary separation but the press -- it gives you stuff to write about. >> well, michael douglas and therine zeta jones married in the year 2000 and they have two children together. >> we're separated but we're okay. crisis. >> trending on today.com, welcome back, downton abby, the premiere of the drama is months away but we're gettingur first look at the new season. >> you have a straightforward choice. you must choose death or life. >> you think i should cose life? >> i am freaking out. you must choose death or life. guys. >> how abo rg3?
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>>hoose life or death? >> i hear it sounds great. >> season 4 premieres on cbs in jaary. you can see the full trailer again and again and again on today.m. >> it's a great show. >> deborah loves this. >> it's such a great show. you should watch it. >> we will. absolutely. trending on google, they're definitely going to need a bigger boat. only a few days into mississippi's alligator hunting season and the folks made a rerd breaking catch. you have to check this out. oneroup snaring this monster. 727 pounds meuring almost 13 1/2 feet. they chased him for two hours and another another four to get him in the boat. it was two inches shy of the record length but record weight. >> they had to get a secondd bot to carry it back to shore. look at it. >> we have a picture.
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take a look. oh, we don't have it now. >> okay. just imagine in your mind. >> our picture is extinct. >> that is trending today. try to get that out of your mind. coming up in our 8:00 block this morning, a star studd celebration of vanity fair's 100th anniversary. but first, the a of alzheimer's. september is alzheimer's awareness month and we're kicking off a week long look at the disease. marishriver is leading our coverage. good morning to you. >> good morning, savannah. thank you so much. there is no cure for alzheimer's disease and there iso way to prevent it. meanwhile, more than 5.5 million americans are living with the illness and it's costing more than $200 billion a year to care for them. while almost everyone in the fight against alzheimer's says to defeat this disease, somethi something's got to change. >> reporter: take the people battling breast cancer, or ds
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activis, but what comes to mind when you think of alzheimer's disease? activists believelzheimer's has an imagine problem. >> it's a bummer of a disease you almost have to have the most fun charity event imaginable to counter act that weight in some way and make people excited about participating in it. >> i'm happy that i've been the face of this disease. >> reporter: as with magic johnson d hiv, michael j. fox and parkinsons, the hope is many more celebrities will ld their faces to the disease, like seth rogen and his wife, actress lauren miller whose mother was diagnosed at the age of 55. it can be brutal. i'm at that point in my life where my girlfriends are becoming best friends with their mothers and, you know, on sunday i fedy mom dinner. >> thank you for coming. it's not easy to get people to do this kind of thing. >> reporter: rogen and miller are raising awareness and money with their fund-raising event called hilarity for charity.
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>> how do you talk to young people? >> we're making it part of a conversation. >> we raised over $400,000 here you guys. >> reporter: but that's a drop in the bucket. experts say $2 billion a year is needed for alzheimer research alone. >> alzheimer's certainly needs a significant increase and it's a matter of getng the greater public to be engaged and to be outraged, frankly. >> hiv aids activist wse grdmother had alzheimer's said the alzheimer's comnity needs to take a page from the hiv,ed as -- and aids community and turn up the eat. >> do you find in the alzheimer's community more accept pr acceptance perhaps?
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>> yes, but it will take a long time to do that. >> alzheimer's is a devastating diase. >> like many others in the battle for money, republican senator susan collins who lost her grandfather and other relatives to the disease says congress must match the funding of the other big diseas. >> we spend less tha $500 million on research to find a means of preventing or treating or curing alzheimer's. that makes n sense at all. >> ccer at $6 billion a year made enormous progress. hiv/aids is $3 billi a year. we made enoous progress. 500 million, we're not going to make it. >> alzheimer's actist. >> how do u remarkethe disease? >> brain health. living a healthy life. is having a check up from the neck up as common and unlettening as a check up from the neck down. >> if i did a commercial
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tomorrow and showed 5 or 6 people in their 50s showing i have alzheimer's, i am alzheimer's would be one way to say it's effecting this bubble and not off if the future. >> this is the most feared disease. we need to take that fear and turn it into engagement and action. >> it may come as a surprise but there's a national alzheimer's act signed in 2011 and it comes for discovering ways to prevent and treat alzheimer's by the year 2025 b b thateems like a far way off. >> let's get the conversation going a little more. let's bring in melissa. you are a pr ecutive and you lost your mom to alzheimer's. we don't need to think of the disease as hing an imagine problem but do you think there's an effor >> yeah, absolutely.
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i think there is a negative stigma that surrounds this. often people think of it as a disease that old people get, but it's really not. it can affect younger people. and the caregivers of those who have the disease. a national stage can maybe help and change that negative image. >> first of all, you want early intervention. you want people to be aware for their own health. but you also need the research dollars. >> as you saw what aids gets, what cancer gets versus what a alzheimer's get. young people are going to take care of their parents. we have boomers coming of age. it is an issue for young people like melissa who lose their mothers. >> you mentioned maybe having a safe place. >> i think caregivers, grandchildren of people are affected and children of people like myself.
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i was 17 when i first started to be affected by that. but i think that having a celebrity to kind of see that face. and a younger person who is saying they have been exposed to the disease will help to change the negative stigma. we can engage younger generations as well so socially connected. it would be amazing to have them lead the charge, change facebook and twitter purple for alzheimer's day. >> melissa, great to have your persian. >> hopefully it will make a huge distance. we will report all through the week on "today". trying to tell you what's out there. exercise. and new innovative programs. >> our conversation is really just beginning. thank you so much. appreciate it. and now we will send it over to willie. >> all right. savannah, thank you very much. "vanity fair" magazine turns 100 today. tamron hall is a look at some of
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the magazines most memorable images and stories. >> good morning. kate upton is featured on this month's october issue. "vanity fair" has given the inside scoop on everything from hollywood to politics. in many ways it defined the era. >> "vanity fair" has been around for a century. perhaps the first magazine of its kind. from the hollywood elite to the newsmakers of the moment. >> kate upton was a perfect cover choice for the 100th anniversary. she's the girl of the moment. she's totally modern yet at the same time a throwback to an earlier era. >> kate upton is one of many "it" girls who has graced the cover of the magazine. >> annie lee was the person for the job is.
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kate upton is wild and fun and dancing around like crazy on set. it was just fantastic. "vanity fair"'s first cover in 1913 had an illustration of a woman sitting on a crescent move. and annie lee recreated that with kate upton. >> and it includes essays about each decade. >> we decided a companion that we would hire directors to direct 10 short films. >> back in 1988 when i was running for president, it was all so different. >> and this film about the '60s. >> we love. >> malcolm x. >> freedom riders. >> peace. >> "vanity fair" is one of the few magazines that can put these giant stars from the mid century on our cover and get away with it. >> pop icons who have been featured now but not then.
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"vanity fair" wasn't around in the '50s and '60s. >> 1936, we took an extended leave of absence until 1983 when we came back. >> it has come a long way since with some of the most dramatic and celebrated images. 1991 demi moore appeared the cover like this. >> the demi moore pregnant cover is one of the most iconic ever. and demi after she had the baby appeared on the cover in nothing but body paint. madonna has been on the cover more times than anyone going back to the mid-80s. one of our biggest was post brad breakup with jennifer aniston. our three panelled covers of sometimes emerging stars and sometimes established stars. >> it may be star studded but go inside and you will get the scoop on everything from the economy to the royals. and this story revealed a man
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behind "deep throat". >> when vanity first started in 1913, it was a place to tell the story of the age. and i think that's something 100 years later we still did. >> great job balancing the a list, hollywood inside story and the politics. it's an incredible journey for the magazine. >> congratulations to braden carter. >> somewhat of a paefrt. >> it's a great magazine. happy birthday to them. it hits news stands today. >> we were talking to maria shaoeufr about alzheimer's. you can submit questions. >> arianna grande on the plaza straight after your local news. plaza after your local news. ♪
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the original judges from the hit singing competition the voice is back together better than ever. adam levine, blake shelton christina and c lo green. it's monday september 23rd, 8:00, 7:00 central here on nbc. color me excited. >> cee lo nows how to make an entrance. rising from the sea. >> maybe he'll walk on water next. it's the 3rd of september 2013. i'm savannah guthrie along side al roker and natalie morales and willie geistn for matt. >> a young singer being compared to mariah carey. it's 20-year-old arian grande. her album number one. we'll hear from him in a minute. >> how would you react as a parent if your young boy shows an interest in things like drsing and dolls?
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we'll meet a family nigating the water of raising a gender creative son. >> we have a question for you regarding our pi. why is paige's gift so valuable and how does warden'sraining affect her gift? we'll be monitorina special google hang out coming up on september 16th. >> that's a good qstion. thought provoking. >> i know the answers to these questis. i read the boo many times. >> let's get a check of the weather. >> that would be han if you're a weather person. to be that way. >> mid-atlantic coastal states and sunny and hot from the great lakes into the plains. with we have a slight risk of
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strong storms. the rest of the country looking dry. warm to hot conditions through the southwest. warm, sunny and a lot don't forget, you need the weather anymore go to the weather channel on cable, weather.com online. >> coming upnext, new details about the life of the famsly reclusive author of the cater
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j.d.salinger's the catcher and the rye is the right of passage for thousands around the world. now a new biography and mov is revealing details about the author. >> catcher and the rye caught my attention when it first came out. >> there had not been a voice like that. so personal, to revealing. somebody had stripped the layers away from his soul. >> it said on the cover this book wil change your life. and i bought the book but i was afraid to read it because i didn't want my life changed. >> it's magical. you're like how did he do that?
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how did he put it all together that way and lead me through it in such a way that iould land just like that in that final statement where you're so grateful to him and you want to go find him. >> shane is the director of salinger and coauthor of a companion biography. it took you nine years to put this project together and the biggest revelation that is j.d.salinger continued to write if not publish. >> he continued to write every day for four years. he never stopped writing. he would work every single day. he was disciplined and we know that work is coming. >> you report he had a plan to have it published after his death. how do you know this? what is your sources? have you seen this material? >> we did a nine yr investigation. we interviewed over 200 people. we have the first people to ever
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find photos of him. the details of his first wife which is an extraordinary story and in the course of that nine year detective story we were fortunate enough to find two dependent and separate witnesses who had seen this work and who had told us and identical story about when it would be published and it's very exciting for millions of fans around the world. >> there was rumors swirlg around that there was a vault and we know more about the content of the books. >> he is gng to unite these two families so that the great master works of j.d. salinger will be the two families and the work completes this sort of great story of these two milies that he has been working on since the early 40s. >> speaking of family, j.d j.d. salinger was private. did his family cooperate in the
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project? how did they feel about so much being revealed? >> there was initial cooperation with one family member. that didn't workout. we have produced this film over 9 1/2 years. it's a labor of love for everyone involved in it. what we heard from his friends is it's the closest that anyone has ever seemed to getting inside his head. at the film festival, he knew him for years and he said you got him. that was the jerry i knew. former lovers who spent time wi him also said that. so it's been quite rewarding. ken bur said that the film was extraordinary which was a huge endorsement for us and real validation for all the work we have done. >> there are other revelations in the book. we don't have time to catalog them all but what in your mind -- the other thing that's mo surprising to come out of this project? >> i think how much the war deeply influenced j.d. salinger.
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world war iiroke him as ayman but made him as an artist. that was an extraordinary thing to understand. j.d. salinger landed on d-day and participated in a liberation of a concentration camp and married a german woman. there were so many fascinating details about him and his life. >> and what do you think tha famously private person would think about all of this being ou there. so much of him being exposed. >> what i sincerely hope is that he would expect the at the kad that went into telling his story right. it needed to be told. it's a fascinating story and we did everything in our power to tell it right. >> thank you so much. >> thank you for having me. >> i should mention the biography is out today. the movie com out on friday. >> tnk you. >> coming up next, how would you handle it? one family struggles rsing a
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back at 8:43. we all want our kids to be happy but how would you act if your young son showed a preference for playing with dolls and wearing girls clothes. she wrote the book raising my rainbow. raising a fabulousender creative son. we'll talk to her and her husbd in a mont. >> as i cook dinner he sketches what looks like a girl with long red hair, a blue dress, red shoes, a purple tiara,reen eyes, full pink lips. i don't have to ask who the girl in the picture is. i'd recognize him anywhe. >> the california mom is talking about her son we'll call c.j. a
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six-year-old who enjoys all the usual kid stuff and also this. >> which one do you want to wear first? >> the sassy. >> he is gender nonconforming, choosing girls clothes, colors and toys ever since the day he discovered his first doll. >> there was a barbie in mom's clos and i found it and started to like it. >> reporter: then it was life after barbie. a whole family's dynamic changed. >> it's a whole different thing when you realize that your son is really into all things girls. >> reporter: but what about the on gng debate about nature versus nurture. >> our boys, we're raising them with the same parents and same environment and we're getng really different results. >> reporter: as parents, matt and lori say they flow c.j.'s lead and he self-edits knowing when showing his girl side is a risk and how to answer anyone
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that questions him. >> he will say i'm gender nonconforming, that's why. or he'll say this is my style. not everyone ithe world has the same style. >> repter: she started a blog about raising c.j. and was shocked at the response. 1 million visitors from 170 countries. >> it was weird for meo realize that this is a global parenting issue. >> reporter: an issue for all parents looking for a way to love their children no matter what. >> this is not a choice for us. we are just letting our child be who he was born to be. >> reporter: a child like c.j. who embraced his nature before his parents did. >> some people can be different. some people don't have to. >> reporter: different but safe and supported as so many similar children are not. for today,nbc news, california. >> lori and her husband matt join us now. good morning to you both of you. >> good morning. >> let's start wh a basic question.
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c.j. likes to play with girl things and likes to be treed as a girl. use terms like gender creative and gender non-conforming. what does that mean for you. >> it all means he's a boy that doesn't golong with what society thinks a boy should be. he is a boy. he knows he's a boy. he likes his boy body b isn't comfortable with what society thinks a boy should be. >> take me back to the moment when you first realized that he was a little bit different than other boys his age. you talk about going to the barbie aisle. the pink aisle and he lit up. >> yeah he found a barbie in my oset. he came alive and his entire li we mark by before barbie and after barbie. i took him to the pink aisle which i had been hiding from him because we have boys so we went to the blue aisle and he just lit up. >> how have you been handling this as a dad. be real honest. has there ever been a moment
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when you said i wish c.j. would pick up a baseball with me? >> to be honest, there's a lot of moments like that. there is an evolution process. we have grown leaps and bounds as parents, but there's days of frustration. but the biggest thing in all of this is love your child no matter what. we built a house, love and trust and safe environment and that's the most important thing that i can give to my kids. >> you can build a safe environment in a home but what you can't control is what happens when you go outside the house. i'm a father of a 6-year-old. going to first grade, one of my great fears is when she goes out and people start making fun of who she is or what she's wearing. how much do you think about that with c.j. >> i think about it every day. people can be rude and hav negative reactions to him.
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he chooses to selfdit so he has a public personality and private personality but still he'll wear the gir shoes out and the girl socks and necklaces. so we're trying to raise him to be a strong confident person. and hopeor the best and then watch out for bullying and teasg. >> any concerns for yo lori, opening up like this publicly. you have identified him as perhaps gay. u said you don't know if he's fwa, maybe he's transgender. do you think he'll look out and say i wish my mom hadn't put all of that online where it lives forever? >> i was careful with everytng i did and all the choices i made and the's going to be no denying it. he's going to see every picture of him. you can tell that he is gender non-conforming and there's no shame. we're just hoping we can educate people about kids like c. >> he has a great big brother who looks after c.j. again,he book is raising my rainbow. it's a great story. thank you so much.
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>> thank you. up next on the plaza, a live performance from ariana grande, but first, this is "today" on nbc. [ wind howling ] [ female announcer ] it balances you...
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20-year-old ariana grande and her debut album. congratulations. your album is out this morning and it's already number one in the s. >> i'm excited. >> does this exceed your wildest dreams? >> yeah i was hoping for ito do well. i'm so excited. >> it's still pretty n to you. i watched you perform on the preshow at the vmas. you had a look on your face of shoc what does it feel like to you to walk out here and see an entire new yo city plaza filled with your fans? >> it's amazing. look how cute they are. i love you guys. they're amazing. >> and you got a lot of help on this album. you have baby face doing a couple of the tracks. >> yeah, and the rascals and it's been such a great experience. >> what are you going to sg for us this morning. >> two songs. the way and tattooed heart.
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>> take it away. thank you so much. ♪ i love the way ♪ i love the way ♪ baby i love the way ♪ baby i lov the way ♪ i love it. i love it ♪ ♪ baby ♪ i love it ♪ i love it ♪ i'm thinking about her picking
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petals oflowers like do she love me, do she love me not? i ain't a player ♪ ♪ you give me that kind of something want it all the time, need it everyay ♪ ♪ on scale of one ten i'm a hundred ♪ ♪ never get enough i can't stay away ♪ ♪ if you want it i got it i g it every day ♪ ♪ you can get whatever you need from me stay by your side i'll never leave you and ain't i going nowhere cause you're a keeper ♪ ♪ baby you got me ♪ i got a bad boy i must admit it ♪ ♪ you got my heart i don't know how you did it ♪ ♪ and i don't care who seest ba ♪ ♪ i don't want to hide the way i feel when you're next to me ♪ ♪ i love the way ♪ i love the way ♪ baby i love the way ♪ the way you love me
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a princess to the public but watch a movie with me. you closer to me. i got feelings for you♪ ♪ baby you're an adventure so let me come and explore you ♪ ♪ oh baby ♪ i got a bad boy i must admit it ♪ ♪ you got my heart, don't know how you did it ♪ ♪ and i don't care who sees it babe ♪ ♪ i don't want to hide the way i feel when you're next to me ♪ ♪ i love the way ♪ i love the way ♪ i love the way ♪ baby ♪ baby my baby ♪ the way i love you ♪ i love it
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♪ i love it ♪ oh ♪ i love it, baby ♪ i love it the way you i love you ♪ it is 8:56 now, good morning, i'm marla tellez. the new eastern span of the bay bridge is open for the morning commute. want to give you a live look now, the chp opened the bay bridge late last night after a five-day closure, opened at 10:15. we will have reaction from drivers in the next newscast at 11:00 this morning. now, the forecast with rob mayeda, in for christina loren. >> 74 degrees nearby in oakland,
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today's take with al roker, natae morales and willie geist. live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to today on this tuesday morning. >> you were very excited. >> justove it. >> just the idea of today's take. >> as much as we like to believe that, that's the ariana grande crowd outside. >> she is so talented. >> she has a voice on her. >> and quite this talented little comedian. she's on the show on nick sam and cat. >> they took janette from icarly an put them together.
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>> you have kids o a certain age. >> i love watching it. >> i kind of get -- i'm guilty pleasure, honestly. >>eally? >> sometimes. >> speaking of your guilty pleasures. >> the emphasis on guilty. >> casting of the 50 shades movie. >> yes. >> the roles of anastasia steele and christian grey have been cast in the upcoming film. the author confirmed the casting on twitter. they are dakot johnson. that's the daughter of don johnson and melanie griffin and charlie huam. sons of anarchy. >> so al and i haven't cracked the books. you're the expert. >> you cracked the books. >> you're teaching a seminar at nyu about the book >> i'm a ofessional. >> you rea them more than once.
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>> i did. for purely research purposes for this very moment when we would be disgusting and digesting these chacters i read the trilogy at one point in my life. >> soo when you go to true valu, do you like cotton rope or nylon. >> you are so bad, al roker. u are just beyond wrong. it didn't work in the 7:00, it's not going to work now in the 9:00. >> it worked well. >> did you like the pick. >> they were high expectatio. jennifer lawrence at one point they were talking about her. they were talking about other actresses as well and i think it's important to cast new people in new roles in hollywood all the time. we think of rooney mara with the girl with the dragon tattoo. she did an incredible job with it. >> when somebody comes with a big name, they come with their own baggage good or bad.
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you're ner going to please everybody anyway. people he in their minds eye who these people look like and act like. think certainly fit the mold. they look the part. it's kind of exactly how i would expect them to look. >> do you think this book makes a good movie or does it run the risk of being cheesy? >> have no idea how they are going to get away with it. i don't know if they can get away with the r rating. >> they said they're not going to do that. >> i don't know how they're going to pull it off but they will. i'm sure they will. >> the naughty bits. natalie will be doing a dramatic reading from 50 shades and grey at barnes & noble. >> reading quitely to herself. >> just go from bookstore. >> willie thinks he had a shot at . >> i like to think i was in the running.
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>> has a brad pittish look about him. >> he does. >> thi is a great story. 64-year-old diana nyad cpleted that historic cuba to florida swim yesterday afternoon 54 hours. she joins us live from key west. it's great to see you again. congratulations. >> thank you, so much. and, you know, natalie was down here with me last year and, you know, she knows how much i suffered through not making it and how many times so it's finally good to get the euphoria of getting to that beach. >> we're so proud of you. i was watching yesterday and i hadears in my eyes. i think everybody did who was watching as you swam to sho and it was amazing to see how people were out there swimming along with you diana. i was wondering if they kind of got in your w a little bit or was that great to help you keep going the last couple of feet
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there? >> no, i didn't notice any swimmers, myself. i nev saw that. so you must have been seeing a different angle. i saw people cheering. >> and what's the song that you listen to over and ove that pushes you through this. you sing to yourself that pushes you through and makes you kee going. >> you kno al, i have a -- kind of a play list of 85 songs. the one that sort of really stirs me the most, at 2:00, 3:00, 4:00 in the morning is neil young t damage done. i spoke to him directly and h said the story about heroin addiction in new york city. that doesn't sound very insping. i said i know. but it's not the subject of the song. it's that eerie voice, hear it. >> yeah. >> we thought we would play it for you thismorning. >> thank you. i hear it on your air.
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i hear that in my earand i sing it to myself at 3:00, or 4:00 in the morng and i'm in a whole -- i thought i saw the tajma hall. i can't eat. i can't go up on the land and they said there's noland. we're in the middle of the florida straights. i said no, and they said okay, okay, just keep swimming. >> that's vy fting for that, then. >> oh, wow. >> that would have been a severe wrong turn dian tell us a little bit abo the physical aspect of all of this? we talked about sharks, we talked about jelly fish stings. you did much better this time with those than in the past but also that sea ter,he salty sea water that you were essentially drinking as you swam. that had a big impact on yous well. >> it was the biggest this time. every time you go out there it's
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something else. i will say it's sort of the ying and the yang. on the negative end i had this beautiful jelly fish mask. i'm sure you saw it and it allowed me. it's all silicone and even goes into the mouth so the deadly anims, they give a fatal sting couldn't get me. i always had a suit and i had gloves and i had booties. but i never could figure out how to breathe and protect the mouth. so they mad me this beautiful mask and it worked so i have to be happy and grateful but with the waves, we had bad weather in terms of wind and that made me swallow, as you puttingit, all kinds of sea water. i have deep lacerations all over the mouth. really painful. and but the ying and the yang, the good thing, the gulf stream
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shined on us. it's always going in the wrong direction. it's always huge turbulence but for me it went north and i wen north with it. >> what was it, the fifth time diana and you mentioned the gulf stream and you mentioned weather but what was it that you think made it possible this time around? at got you over it? >> well, y know it's all of those factors outthere. yo can't control them but you have to have some intelligent answer to em. you hav to have solutions. the world's leading expert o the box jellyfish was literally with me throughout the night with the shark divers. she was in the water with her lamp and she had a net. she was literally scooping up jellyfish and telling me get over there. get the mask back on, you need it know even thoh you're swallowingaltwater and i started vomiting a lot because
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of the saltwater. once you get in that situation yodon't want to eat any food. then you start losing stngth. then you start gettingcold. i'll tell you something, that first night, saturday night, those 13 hours were hell on earth. but i had angel with me. i had john bartlet, my navigator who is a genius and he has figured out the gulf stream. we got lucky with it but he also knew it and my whole team, 35 people, just rock. >> diana, given all that you have been through, i know you are getting back in the water relatively soon in october but it's a special benefit here for hurricane sandy relief; is that right? >> it is. i'm going to, along with my personal goals in life, my sort of cause is going to be we have this beautiful pool built by the olympic pool people. we're going to install it in harold square and i'm going to
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swim for 48 hours and after the jellyfish in the ocean that will be a piece of cake. and next to me,nd i hope you three are going to be there, i'm going to, you know, invite all kinds of notable new yorkers to swim next to me and we're going to raise money for hurricane sandy. >> we'll come swim. >> right. now, okay you just made the public announcent. >> i want to see the speedo. >> no, not speedos. >> you're trying to raise money. >> al, we'll get them for you. >> ay. you might want to rethink that. >> amerares will pay for you ear speedos. >> we are such hug fans of yours. congratutions and we have signing ourselves up to swim with you. >> done. >> congrats. >> thank you, thank you. >> get some rest. you deserve it. >> she's the coolest. >> will do. she's got that enthusiasm and spirit after that.
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>>ever give up and you'r'r never toold. >> she gave me a swim lesson when i went down to key west. lk about getting a swim lesson from the best. it was crazy. >> pretty cool. >> check of the weather for us. >> let's see what we have going for you today. wet weather moves out of new england. an upper low in the pacific northwest causing rain throughout the southwest as well. look for hit or miss shors around the gulf coast. beautiful day around chicago toda upper 70s and low 80s. the heat continues on into texas. we have rain, though, a system going to continue to bring rain from the southeastern atlantic co we are looking at 90s coming back inland and not just low
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90s, upper 90s in the valley for saturday, 70s out on the coast, dry conditions and hot temperatures all the way into the beginning of next week. that's your latest weather. >> thanks. coming up next, a you bummed about the end of summer? we weighed in about what you're dreading most too big. too small. too soft.
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and the seasonal and the climate and also love to see the leaves and the fall foiliage. it's a great time to sit back and relax and think about the renewal season because you can think about what happened before and the year to come. >> is my favorite season, fall. >> yeah, kids are back in school. >> but our viewers, nearly half of them said the wor aspect for them is getting up, setting the clocks back and losing time and facing shorter days. you say more reason though, to step outside and take it all in. >> absolutely. i make sure that i get outside and have fun with the kids. you can do activities. there's lots of things you can do. you can go apple picking. my might do bowling, catch a quick movie and it's a way to get out. >> this is a real disorder, it's called seasonal affective disorder. people fight it. >> they do. the two seasons it's most
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significant are fall and winter and one of the things we need to think about is our language. when we think about fall we think we are going to fall down. we can callt autumnnd think about the positive aspect of the change and the colors. there's beautiful things that happen. people that have s.a.d. suffer and light is important. some people use light therapy. you don't have to use light therapy but get outside and get the vitamin d. have a balanced diet and move. even if you're bundling up, get outside and move. that will help to change the end end endorphines in your body and you'll feel better. >> you have to get them bk into a route. how do you get them into that? >> one thing i do, i start the first couple of weeks in august and i make sure that my kids do all the summer reading assignments. and i'm like it's that time of the year and i have an 8-year-old and 16-year-old. last night i said to her we're one week out so that means it's
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time to go to bed earlier. >> this transitioning is very important. because a lot of times kids get off their schedule in the summertime and having a really balanced diet, exercise and a routine. kids do well with schedule and routine and the other thing is if an adult is not feeling great about it, get music in the house anget the music songs youl love on your ip and g them down now so in november you don't have to think about what am i going to listen to but get your spirit up. >> some dreadhe temperature changes. for those of us thaton't like being stuck inside all the time or when it's raining and it's cold outside, what can we do to movate oselves to get up and go? >> well, again, keep moving. if you have a friend that you're going to be able to meet on the corner and do a walk with, a lot of charities have walks and have programsutside to raise money. and if you can get a community tother and you can train, you will really have a motivation
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and a goal. >> 5 k, 10 k. >> i have done zumba in a snowstorm. it do it for the accountability ani get out there and i go. >> impressive. >> thank you. >> thank you so much. >> well, speaking of transitioning to fall, don't put away the white jeans just yet. we're going to show you how to break them out. we'll show you how to take out the look without victory is seeing him find balance, watching a little girl become a little ly, and finding the courage to let her go. but what about the little victories? a smile... a confident glow... or a "thanks, mom." the are the victories we're famous for. famous brands, famously easy...
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2007. and boys are more likely than girls to cause damage. i should know. well, when you think of art in italy, corn fields probably don't come to mind. but take a look at this picture. it's getting ought buzz right now. a land artist used a tractor to create this picture of pope francis. the portrait took six hours to km pleat and is the latest piece by the artist who says he uses his plow as a painter would use a brush. how long is the perfect nap and when should you take it? a 10 to 20 power nap may do the trick for a quick boost of alertness. a 60 minute nap can help boost memory power. and as for when you should nap, experts say between 1:00 and 4:00 p.m. is the perfect time. i'm scheduling my nap now. >> coming up, garage gets and
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so it's energy straight from nature to you. nature valley otein bars. i'm marla tellez. the bay bridge opened for the first time late last night. even though the bridge is open, the bike and pedestrian path is not going to open until noon today, less than three hours away. when it does open, the path will take you just past the new tower, just before yorba buena island. crews shut down the entire bay bridge for the last five days so that they could get the new span ready for this morning's commute, which they did nicely. san jose's city council will discuss a plan today that would add hundreds of police officers to the force. the proposal introduced last week by the mayor and council member sam lock cardiowould add 200 officers to the san jose
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police department over the next four years it would also restore the 10% pay cuts officers took during the recession. and firefighters say they are close to containing that rim fire burning in yosemite. this morning, cal fire saying the fire is 75% contained. if has burned almost 236,000 acres. that is an area larger than new york city. after the break, we will take a look that the forecast and mike will look at your morning commute.
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a pretty nice day around the bay area today, mostly sunny, a few clouds moving off to the east, near 80, san jose, 68, san francisco, 70s, oakland, the same temperatures more or less following us to thursday, then starting friday, temperatures start climb you 90s for the valleys for the weekend and some 70s out near the coast. mike? >> rob, the eastshore freeway, it is still very slow right here, i have zoomed in up by the golden gate field there, as you're coming off of that richmond san raffaele bridge, richmond itself, a slow drive
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toward university, things clear up, you get toward berkeley, but slow toward the backup at the bay bridge toll plaza, oakland, 880 oakland, 23rd and south, earlier disabled vehicle, sounds like it is still causing a slow down there the peninsula side, 101 slow south coming out of redwood city through menlo park approaching university avenue, which is at the bottom of your screen. there is the slow southbound side, slow north out of mountain view, as is customary, marla. >> traffic tuesday. thank you, mike. we will be back at 9:56 with our next local news update. we will see you then.
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welcome back to today on this tuesday morning, the 3rd of september, 2013. i'm willie geist along with al and natalie. we want to talk about ts app that's out there. >> yes. >> thaterhaps overkill. we have reached overkill. >> beyond overkill. >> this is the brb app as in be right back. it allows users to set a timer to show how long they will be away from their phones and broadcast the message to their friends lettinghem know a checked out for awhile. i'll be back. >> i am so important and so necessary to your life that i don't want you to pan and cause rioting in the streets that i wilbe back. >> i just stepped into the
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situation room to fix syria. >> who put this together? >> i guess it's people who are so electronically inclined that they're always tweeting and texting their friends. >> where are you? i haven't heard from you i two seconds? you haven't tweeted. i worry about you all the time when you're on vacation and you don't tweet. >> why don't you tweet? >> it's called vacation. and here's the thing. people expt that you instantly reond. guess what, you don't get everything you want when you want it. that's the way it works. >> i'll put you downs a no. >> no. >> no brb app. >> we don't need an app for that. >> how about a yes on the weather. >> yes, if you want that you can get that. that's right. get that weather channel ap it's fantastic. but in the meantime, showers and thunderstorms from the gulf coast into the southeastern atlantic states. wet weather in the pacific northwest. gorgeous day from the plains
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across the great lakes. fe showers tomorrow up in northern new england. slight risk of strong storms, interior section of the pacific northwest. otherwise, we have a lot of warm weather around a good portion around the bay area right now, we are seeing some low clouds, around the golden gate bridge down the coast, sunshine, san jose, the clouds that you brought us the showers yesterday now moving off to the east of the sierra, we will see temperatures around the bay area ranging from the 70s and 80s inland across our east bay and south bay valley, 60s, san francisco, 70s to low 80s across the north bay, temperatures similar to tomorrow. the changes arrive friday and to start the weekend, late summer heat wave arriving in the bay area, highs in the 90s this weekend. >> announcer: today's style is brought to you by yoplait. learn how to takeour look from good to so good with tips from today'style experts. >> in today's style it's one of
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li's dilemmas. can you wear white after labor day. >> yes, you can pull it off at work on the weekend or even for a night out and jen is here with splurge andteal options for every budget. good morning. >> good morning. >> we'll have models wearing similar looks as we usually do and we have to figure out who i wearing what. let's start off first with a look weekend wear. we have alyssa a rocky modeling these outfits and they're wearing -- this is the white blazer look. >> which do you think -- which is the splurge way to wear it anthe steal? what do you think? >> i'm thinking steal and splurge on the right. >> i'm going to say t opposi. >> you are right. >> somebody knows his wife after labor day. >> she is always running around. sh is pregnant and reporting for the daily news. she needs flats.
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the white blazer that maybe more part of a suit in the summer is now a casual weekend staple in the fall. and then little leopard sprint fls so cute. and next to her, again, white blazer from t.j. max. we paired it with boyfriend jeans. these are the cutest little shoes. really comfortable, and light weight. great pop of color. you can do color with your whites in the fall. great look. >> wait, i was right. >> i said splurge. >> yes. >> setting the record straight here. >> yes. >> rry. >> ok. noted. >> let's do night out. we thank y ladies. looking good. showing us how to pullff a nit on the town. >> night on the town. so white jeans. >> here we go. >> we love to wear them ithe summ. a big trend for fall is black and white. which do you think is the splurge and which is the steal? >> okay. i'm going steal again and splurge on the right. >> the opposite is correct. >> in this case, i a sure about
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it, willie you are right. >> willie is right. >> and the white jeans, the ones in the splurge look. those are fun. this is from loft. lace is great because it pulls that neutral base underneath out and makes the white really pop. it's a structured blazer. for our steal, the jeans are from american eagle. we put it with an animal print st. there's white in there but it pulls the whole look a little bit more into fall from what we're used to and the blazer from burlington coat factory. >> you couldn't wear white jeans into winter? >> if you do knee high boots you can. you have to have a pair of black knee high boots and maybe a black sweater, a pop of white and it's very mod and on track. >> ladies, you all look great. thank you so much. finay wearing white to work. we have ashley and anna. they're going to model these looks for us.
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the white dress. >> it's so summery but we have completely taken them into fall. splurge, steal, what do you think? >> wow, that's aough one. m going to go splurge and stl. >> that's ridiculous. it's the opposite. >> the winner of the segment is willie. he is correct. we got ourteal here. this is from rent a run way. $60. that's a littlit scary sometimes bring into fall so we made it about theexture and put this gap cartigan over it. we paired this with a print blazer. i love the cut of this one. and the cream and the dot makes the white of the dress appear more cream. it's optical illusion. it's cover it up it's office appropriate. layering. tights are a mustav forfall. little booties or nude pumps,
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easy way to take that summer staple white dress and make it work for the outfit almost all year round. >> you look great as well. thank you so much. >> you were skeptical about wearing white after labor day. you proved me wrong. >> now we know. >> once again. >> right again. >> coming up next we'll tell you about p.j.s that canell bedtime stories. we tak the job of a parent, what? >> and other hot tech items the [ female announcer ] when you asked us to remove high fruose corn syrup from yoplait original and light, we were like, "sure. no problem!" nd you were like, "thanks, but what about thick & creamy and whips!" and we were like, "done and do! now it's out of everything yoplait makes." and you were all, "yum!" and we're like, "is it just us, or has this been a really good conversation?" and you were like, "i would talk, but my mouth full of yogurt." yoplait. it is so good! so, if you're sleeping in your contact lenses, what you wear to bed is your business.
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if you're like me you probably thought if i could get a pair of smart pajamas or light up hoodie. >> absolutely. she has the gear for us. we want toheck it out. good to see you. >> good to see you. >> this is neat stuff. >> yes. >> why didn't i think of this or why did ihink of this? >> we have gems today. let's start in wearable technology. wearable technology for kids. jack here is modelin smart pjs. th world's first interactive pajamas. there's 47 dots on them. all you do is scan a dot and what'seally cool is there's two free apps that come with it. you scan it and then each sequence of ds tells a different story.
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>> wow. >> so you can tell fairy tales and different animals. they're 1 to 9 and 30 dollars and cool for kids. >> thanks jack, you're the coolest, man. >> now, the dead bo, digital. >> let's talk about safety and security for the modern day parent. what's awesome is this is a toucscreen digital deadbolt. you're you can have up to 30 different codes so kids don't have to worry about losiing key again but there's an apartment building -- an app with with it and you can see who is coming and going. >> if you give your 8-year-old the ce it will let you know it's home. >> exactly. what is awesome is you can see willie is coming in the door or al is coming in the door or unlock it for them.
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safety and security for the modern day parent. >> you're at the concerts and people are blocking your view with the ipad. >> you're like that does not look cool. so i love this for back to school. th is mirror case. what's awesome is you can sitt lectures and when there's a presentation you can record horizontally using the ipad. it takes photo and video and will compress it so the file isn't too large but you don't have to stand here. >> there's a mirror. >> yeah, in that rear fin camera of your ipad so awesome for office or for back to school. >> you don't even have to hold it up. keep it on the desk. and you can ke notes in here and turn it into a pdf file. lots of little options for back to school. >> it's a mirror. >> it say mirror. >> usd powered humidifier. >> this is actually a humidifier. you plug this rig into a usb
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device. pop this top on a water bottle and you have a portable usb. the same option here, this is an instalamp. you put this little lamp on a liquor bottle or water bottle. >> the crew perked up. they were catatonic before this. >> i love this. >> gre. >> i'd rather be fishing for marsh medicma marshmal marshmallows. you can roast them 360 degrees. you have hot dogs on here and marshmallows on here and comes with an entire fishing pole set. >> and last -- >> let's throw snacks in the bowl. anyone that is a parent of a toddler. this is a toddler bowl and a you can see here it's nearly spill proof. you can move it around it anyway. >> we want to get to the hoodie.
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good morning to you, it is 9:56, i'm marla tellez. san jose police say there is still no sign of the hit and run driver responsible for killing two women on their way to work at mineta san jose airport yesterday. the families of 63-year-old carmen zavalla and 16-year-old
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christina deleon spent last night bringing flowers and candles to sky port and north first street. it was there, police say, the women's toyota was struck by a speeding mercedes. the women died from their injuries. the stubborn rim fire continues to burn near the hetch hetchy reservoir. today, we expect to get an update on the water quality there that affects 80% of bay area homes. since the fire began, crews have worked hard to make sure it does not spread to the hetch hetchy, the main source of drinking water for a good portion of the bay area. the day after labor day turns out to be a nice day. let's go ahead and check that forecast with meteorologist rob mayeda. good morning. >> we are still seeing a somewhat humid conditions around the bay area for at least one more day, but the showers have moved on. see high temperatures inland, upper 70s to low 80s around san jose, upper 60s around san francisco, mid-70s oakland, if you are in the valleys, enjoy the relative mild temperatures
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we have out there today because changes are coming in the 7-day forecast. we are going to see numbers climbing into the 90s starting friday and then mid to upper 90s as we head into this upcoming weekend in the valley, 70s closer to the coast. now for a check of your tuesday commute, here's mike. >> over here toward what was a very crowded shot about a half an hour ago, north 101 at 680, now things starting to move smoothly here, look on the maps, entire south bay, northbound routes have been a big problem again, quite a bit the last 20 minutes, half hour, 101, bog nothing downtown, 580 clearing, 680 recovery through sunol, 880 still drives both directions. we will be back at 10 charge 26 with our next local news update. we will see you then. so what can i get you?
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♪ from nbc news, this is "today." with kathie lee gifford and hoda ko kotb. live from new york city. >> open up! gerard! let us in. come on, gerard. this isn't funny. this is the first day back. we have to be in the studio. >> hello, gerard. i know where you live, gerard. >> this is the deal. this is the refurbed studio. it's not all the way ready because it was supposed to be, wasn't qu wasn't it? >> i can't get over your hat. it sits on top of that.
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>> we have a beautiful studio but not today. >> we'll go tour little studio. this is where we usually go. >> this is where we go all the time when we're preempted which is pretty much every day. >> we'll go into the little studio as we begin the fall. >> yeah. >> so did you have a nice holiday? >> i did. >> what did you do? good. >> i did. >> what? >> i went hiking. which used to be much more difficult. >> you don't hike. >> i know. i don't do outdoor stuff. >> hiking where? >> in the colorado -- >> rockies? excuse us. excuse us. >> you're not -- >> we're not on the list? good, we can go home. >> oh. just like the last two weeks. >> well, we can go in here and come over like. >> hey. >> thank you. thank you. >> freezing in here. >> yeah. >> it is. >> oh gosh. let's do it.
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>> thank you, jerry. >> still going on the last two weeks or what? >> i think it's been going all around. here you go, pat. thank you. honey, jerry, i missed you though. hi. >> welcome back. >> thank you, honey. it's booze day tuesday, everybody. did you miss us? we missed you. september 3rd. >> a lot. >> it's now officially september. not happy about that. not happy at all. >> no, the summer flew. it is completely over. >> i'm almost 61. >> how have the few days of the 60s -- >>ed no got. not good at all. >> we showed you downstairs. we're redoing the whole studio. supposed to be spectacular. supposed to be all kinds of video walls. >> it was supposed to be ready for today for us to be back. if you've -- we've got pictures of the renovation before and an after. i guess we want to see it.
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because i have no idea. they never told us what the plans will be. we have no idea. >> it will be a nice surprise. what? what is this? >> bambino is the cover dog again. >> what is this? >> this is a really lovely new magazine. it's called "called." it's for women of faith. >> oh, my. >> bambino -- i shot it a couple of months ago. lovely lady. >> oh, my gosh. >> third cover, i think. >> oh. >> yeah the other dogs don't talk to him. >> let me see. i want to see. there's you and me. regis was not happy -- regis was over for his birthday. >> there's regis' little picture. >> he was not happy to see -- cota is much bigger than he is. her name was marcia destill. marvelous. >> marcia destill.
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i like this shot of you. >> yes. >> i'm kind of into that. >> very pretty. >> as i said, new this past year. they do a beautiful job there. so anyway, what did you do? tell me everything. >> okay, so i went to colorado. >> yes. >> okay. i'm not a hiker. i don't even -- i'm not familiar with the mountains, i like the beach. i went with a friend. and we went and i was on a mountain, which is wild. we did a two-mile hike straight up the mountain. when you get midway through. it looks like -- okay. this doesn't show -- ♪ the hills are alive with the sound of hoda ♪ >> you can't breathe, because your chest is about to explode. i went with this nice friend. i met him a few months ago. and i'm going to show you his picture. here it is. [ laughter ] >> you know what kind of bums me out about that.
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look at his shoe size and look at mine. >> i think you're made for each other. >> mine is a teeny bit bigger. >> that's all you're going to show? i met him and he's very cute. you know what i liked about him very beautiful, genuine smile. >> he does. >> what does he see in you? >> what did -- >> what does he like about you, hoda? besides your beauty. >> i don't know. i did -- i did make one meal. >> you made a fish dish? >> can i tell you something? >> that's all you ever make. >> if you don't know how to cook, i promise you this is the dish to make. you go to the store and buy a piece of sea bass or cod. only buy one other ingredient. pozu sauce. take a frying pad, add the ponzu sauce, put it in the oven, 350, 30 minutes. it's the most beautiful, buttery
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fish. >> you think that's what everybody wants to hear about is the fish? they want to hear about this guy. >> anyway, on the way home, guess who i saw on the plane? >> regis. >> nope. ♪ >> aaron neville. >> oh, aaron. >> i couldn't believe it. >> don't look at me. >> i wanted to be in the picture with me. >> wow, you're brave. didn't get a blowout in colorado. >> that's one of my biggest fears. it's rainy. >> he's still liking you after a weekend in colorado. although, there's no humidity in colorado. >> no, but it was raining a lot. it rained a lot. you know, i was -- i was panicking. he was like, you need an umbrella? it's drizzling outside. he gets out. >> i'm happy for you. i knew there was a glow about you. do you know who's not glowing right now, but she's extremely triumph fame triumpha
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triumphant, diana nyad. this is her fifth attempt to someone from cuba to florida, 103 miles. this is what's so remarkable. number one she's 64 years old. not a spring chicken. >> number two, she tried it for first time at 28. she was never able to complete it because of exhaustion and jellyfish and the rest. >> everything, yeah. >> i mean, she did something at 64 that she was unable to do at 28 which just shows you what she's made of. >> how remarkable is that, you would think if i couldn't do it when i was 28, what makes me think -- although here's the cool thing about her. each attempt which failed she learned something brand new that she applied the next time. >> right. right. >> which ultimately gave her her triumph. i think that's the real story. >> i think so too. because imagine if you try something at 63 a year ago beyond can't do it and you try it at 64. this woman has got it. she does make you feel when you're complaining about stuff or too tired to try something, you think if she could swim that
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far at 64. >> her great challenge is now what do you do? >> i know. >>ou have achieved that one thing, that one thing that alluded you all -- >> now what do you do? yes. her face by the way, because she had a mask on her to protect her from jellyfish and salt. she had all the cuts in her mouth. she said she was having trouble speaking. i mean, that was -- that's amazing that she was able to do that. i'm sorry. i couldn't. >> i have a really great facialist in southern california. her name is rebecca. she's at rejuvenations in ocean reef. she'll be back to -- in no time. nobody's as good as rebecca. nobody. >> anyway, she did -- >> that's what she needs -- a little massage. and a long facial. >> all right. here it is. if you were a "fifty shades of grey" reader -- >> am i the only one in the world who didn't read it?
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>> you have to read it. >> no. >> it's s&m you'll like it. it's good. >> yeah. >> the actor and actress -- >> right after i put down my bible i'll pick it up. >> dakota johnson -- melanie griffith and don johnson's daughter, she's an actress. >> her parents are far more well known than she is. beautiful parents. >> yeah. >> the guy is charlie hunam. who i had not heard of. it's confirmed. >> i was expecting more for the guy, more of a gordon gecko type. more like -- >> more michael douglas when he was younger. >> but we're seeing him from "sons of anarchy." so he'll -- they'll darken him up, slick him up. >> that's who i pictured in my head. i'm not sure. by the way, i hope its not true
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about michael douglas and katherine zeta-jones -- >> he's brought it back, he said we're taking a separation. i really like both of them and i hope it's not true. >> yeah. we have a whole bunch of topics in the scoop that we'll be talking to michele beadle about. she's on with us today. >> you know what i was watching when i read that the two kids were going to be -- my daughter is an actress. i don't know what i would do if cassidy wanted to do that role. because you know -- it's all sex and nudity. >> yeah. doing things that you're not sure -- >> i'd like to think she wouldn't do it. personally. once you let your children fly, you know -- >> you know what they'll do. >> love them anyway. but there are certain choices you wish they wouldn't make. >> right. >> that would be a hard one. >> i was told the kids want to go into the show business, fine, but i draw the line at porn, okay? but i draw the line at porn. >> so we are doing something on this program called "be bold today."
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>> yes. you were bold. you climbed the mountains and you took that picture with aaron nelle. that was bold. sorry, hoda. wow. >> i didn't en realize how weird it was until i saw the picture. >> hey, hey! at least my roots are done. >> acally, you look adorable. you look happy. were you drunk? >> no. it's 6:00 in the morning. >> doesn't matter. were you drunk? >> we have a big show coming u for you today. we'll have all the latest gossip and stuff. >> first, you know what it's time for, hoda? >> whais it? >> let's listen to what he has to say. >> it's time for "be bold today" sponsors by progresso heart healthy, bold flavors for the bold arted. >> we had too to les forthat? together we are ready to spice up your life.
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it's a home run right? light & fit greek. ♪ dannon! go cougars! >>. >> it's time for "today's buzz" and getting you caught up on the celebrity news you missed. >> from michael douglas and catherine zeta-jones and "50 shades of gray" casting news you missed out on. michelle beadle. you're crazy. >> talk "50 shades." >> i haveeard a lot of people not excited about dakota johnson and charlie hunum. the book is a big book you neededelatively unknowns. they are both sexy. they have to be willing to be sexy on screen, which that's going to be ugh. once you wash him up and take off the "sons of anarchy"
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scruff, i think he will be a sexy beast. >> aren't they both brunettes in the book? >> they are. we'll see hair color, whic happens. the original thing was people saying the author wanted robert pattenson. he's already known for one part. >> hoda. >>ou know what? we're not his type either. >> you don't know that. >> let's talk michaelouglas and catherine zeta-jones. >> the story is they are separated. he has spoken out, not saying anything as far as getting divorced, but saying we are having a paration. it's no big deal. there is not a big cris, not a lot of drama. that is what you would expect a celebrity star to say at this point in the relationship. what happens down the line, who knows? >> they have individual things big time.
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deanna and cliff eastwood. >> i think they've been tother 17 years, which in this day and age, you are beating the odds. i don't want to be a downer on a lovely morning show, but it is tough to make a marriage work. it's 17 years and you raised some children. who knows. >> we need to talk about that reality show. >> i can't see a guy like that with a reality show. adele. she is beautiful regardless. >> let's slow down on the make-up free. >> she has make-up on, but not the kind we are used to. she does the cat eyes. this is more like, she is unrecognizable. she looks lovely. she's got lipstick on,eople. it's just a look. she just looks normal is what it is. >> she looks like somebody caught her when she wasn't expecting it. lack of sleep from nursing her baby. >> she's got the rosy cheeks.
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if that's what i look like without make-up, i would love it. >> seth meyers got married. >> now that i said marriage doesn't work. seth meyers. got married in martha's vineyard which i imagine was lovely. the wedding list of guests were obviously a who's who of celebrity world. >> why is olivia munn at everybody'swedding. >> i think olivia munn is that cool chick everyone wants to get drunk with. she is fun, she is gorgeous and sexy. >> and she's willing. she came on ourhow and downed it. downed it. >> she is like a real human. in that world it's tough. >> she's like waldo. >> she was at mine. that was years a and she was there. >> the weekend box office "the butler" number one. >> i loved the movie.
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it was a cast for all casts. well, it's oprah. a think a lot of us were excited to see oprah. >> you can nev discount it. >> the guys playing the president were unexpected if you weren't ready. and "one direction" don't ask me why. >> they are 12 and 13 years old. "hard days night" with the beatles. >> still blows my mind. a number two movie out. morgan -- "super size me." >> that's the name. >> they call themselves the kath lee and hoda of late night. >> we'll have to see about that.
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we are seeing mostly sunny skies around the bay area now, patchy clouds there, west of san francisco down the coast, temperatures today in the upper 60s in san francisco, 74, oakland, 79, san jose, mid-80s inland today, tomorrow and thursday, but as we approach the weekend, temperatures are climbing into the 90s across our inland valleys and mid-70s out by the beaches, as we go into saturday and sunday. mike? >> the old and the new, the old span here, the new one right there. look at that traffic flowing around the bend, we take you to full screen, that is really a cool sight t has been moving smoothly on the span all morning but they slowed down the metering lights all morning as well. look at the map. we still have a slower drive coming down the eastshore freeway, all the way from richmond down in toward the berkeley curve, covering every minute here. slower drive recovery, 680 a little tough this morning, northbound routes through san jose coming up, except 1501 by the airport, marla no surprise. >> thanks so much. we will have more on the bay bridge reopening, that's coming up in 30 minutes 11:00.
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jon kelley and i hope to see you then. we are back on this booze day tuesday with more of "today" and two young ladies called late night's best kept secrets. >> nikki and sara are the hosts of mtv's "nikki and sara live." they haven't known each other very long. >> the arm touch is the gesture that suggests a familiarity between the host and star and allowing the host to touch someone way more famous. >> he's perfect. >> keep going. i mean iove him. >> did you guys coordate your outfits for tonight. love this. love this. >> we found out we were going to be here a couple of days ago.
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>> you guys are crazy. you started about a year ago. such a good time. wasn't sure what to expect. what did i say when i came back. >> she loved you guys. >> you guys are ridiculous. >> we made it up as we went along. that's what i loved about the guys. >> you are hirious. >> you've only known each other since 2010. not that long. how do you account for t familiarity and clicking? >> we just bonded right away. >> sleeping together will do th. >> i compare it to like falling in love. you meet someone and it's like your soulmate. she is my comedic soulmate. >> y both have backgrounds in comedy. >> i ran jimmy fallon's website and wrote for the website and twter and that stuff. >> you both do stand-up comedy.
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you're big on pop cuure. you always have strong opinions. we have this young lady on the plaza today. >> oh, we know. >> tell me what you know about her. >> arianna grande. >> it sounds like something you would get at starbucks. tell us about her. >> she is a vision. >> she has the voice of this mature woman. >> you were the first to put her on the map? >> we like to think so. she was on our show. we had her come in and fire some people for us by singing to them. it was a segnt we did. it's really funny. she is great. beinground her in e greenroom i realized, i'll never have my own backup dancers. it made me sad. >> and she might not have what you've got. >> yes. >> you guys claim you're like us, kathie lee and hoda of night
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time. we are going to put you to a little test. willie geist is our master of ceremonies. he is going to quiz us on how well you know one another. >> called the newly friend game. >>em's going to start with hoda and kathie. what was your co-host wearing the first time you met? >> she was wearing something tight and her boobs were hanging out. >> correct? >> no. >> hold up your card. >> it wasn't that tight. >> a dress. >> yes. a dress. that's right. >> i don't remember. >> what was your co-host wearing the first time? i don't remember because i was drunk. >> what's the right answer? >> i said she was wearing asses. i said have no idea. >> they got a point for that? >> this is my answer for sara. >> this was my answer for nikki.
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>> what is your co-host's guilty pleasure? >> chardonnay. >> does she really feel guilty about it? >> it's the new chardonnay i will tell you about. i'll tell you later. i said sweets. >> you don't love sweets. >> you. >> i don't understand the game. >> your co-host guilty pleasure is? >> i sai she doesn't have a guilty pleasure. >> i don't bieve in them. >> you're right. >> don't give them a point. >> i said -- i wou say kardashians or frappuccino. >> i said wating youtube vide of people combing their hair. >> that is weird. they're dumb as we are.
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power style" says there is no better way to figure out your figure with tape. >> instead of worrying about the 3-d body shape, look at your proportions. this is body blocking. this is the x-factor in my book. something you and i talked about is your torso. torso says your body shape. my hip bones start here. let's see celebrity silhouettes. we have pictures of three celebrities i traced. you'll notice they are all about the same size but their stomachs, their torso sectis have differe lengths. hoda, you would think a balanced torso like myself is ideal. it's not. a short torso and long legs is what our society holds up there, models, mannequins. >> i don't think anything ever fits right when you have a short
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torso. >> beltsdon't. >> this is exactly why we are doing this segment before fall shopping. if you want to figure out what you are at home. we have a graphic so you can check out what you have. it's about where your rib cage and pelvis have that gap. some of us have more space if you have a long torso. if you're short, you're barely going to get your hands in between your ribs and hipbone. if you're balancedd like me, you'll get in between your ribs and hip bone, one hand. if you get more hands, you're longer. hoda, you can probably only get a few fingers in there. what i wanted to show you is we have a graphic that you're our star in. someone with a short torso. tips when you go shopping is about where you cut yourself off. you want to make sure even though ideally y want those long legs, avoid tucking in tops. let it hang out. also for you, which i can't
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imagine ever doing, cropped pants and showing an ankle strap or something is good because it will actually crop your legs and balance you out. >> why would you want to balce your long, gorgeous legs? she's got the legs everybody wants. >> it's all about balance. if you have a lon torso. that's a great thing sometimes. you can play around with accessories. something you should see in this graphic, maggie in my office. again, she is the opposite where you really don't want to leave something untucked. you want to tuck it in to elongate the legs. hoda, a trick for you is just using a belt like you see on this mannequin. cheat the belt so it is a lower hip belt. like what you're doing today is great. you have a really thin belt. that thin belt is great. kathie, ion't leave you out. i have a graphic of you, as well. even if you're balanced, you want to be careful of fashions
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you see this fall that are shape-shifting. your boots. there are a lot of longer boots. be careful. you want to make sure you elongate your leg by getting it at the point underneath your knee unless you have longer legs, then a taller boot. hoda, you would do well with the longer boot. >> i photo shopped you. >> i like that whole outfit. >> i do, too. >> i don't look anywhere near my age. >> not at all. >> we love our bobbie girl. >> thank you. >> this past weekend went to poughkeepsie. >> yes, she did. >> did you ever have trouble finding the perfect make-up product? who needs make-up when you look like i do? [ male announcer ] there's a ory behind the silver of philadelphia cream cheese. it always begins with fresh local milk blended with real, wholesome cream. goingsh from the farm, to our fridge, in just six days.
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lipstick and 30 minutes later can't figure out wt to buy? >> folks at "prevention" magazine have done all the work for you. they tried out over1,500 make-up products and narrowed down the very best. >> here to reveal the annual beauty award winners is shoban o'connor. >> tha means these are science-backed and deliver results. first category is concealer. it's a tie. the first is a crayon which is great for precision. >> never used one of those. >> from loreal paris. costs $8. >> it's creamy. >> feel this. look at that. >> what is the other one?
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>> from dr. perricone, greator under eye, it doesn't cake and creases which for eye concealer is key. u dab it on. >> good. >> next up we have primer. this is your essential base coat if you don't have sli and slide face. this is from sonja and it contains an ingredient called nylon 12 which absorbs oil throughout the day. >> like a drug store or something? >> it's available at target. >> widely avaible, there you go. >> as for foundation, it was b.b. cream, beauty balm from tarte. it feels like you have nothing on at all, but you're getting spf 30. >> this is a foundation. >> feel how light that is. it's like nothing is there. >> better th butter. >> that's too light for you.
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>> in the blush category, the winner was from elizabeth arden. this is a beautiful blush. it's mineral based. it's very easy to blend into your skin. >> more people like the mineral stuff. they don't like putting any creamy or oily stuff on your face. >> it stands up to sweat. >> best mascara. what is it? >> this is your desert island staple. check out that wand. this is widely available and it's a great product. it gs on column-free. you won't have raccoon eyesy noon. >> rocket volume. i like it. >> next one. >> we fou the holy grail of nail care. once you've applied your top coat and dried for a couple of minutes, put these on. ese drops will mean the
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difference between your manicure drying in 10, 30 minutes or two to five. >> that is crazy. >> it's great. >> sally hansen dry and go. this is an eye liner that goes on really clean and smooth. >> you look good, rl. >> the line isn't too hah. it's goof proof. the formula lasts. >> soften that line or you will look older than you are. >> last but not least. these are from bare minerals. it goes on and feels almost like a gloss but the pigment is quite bright. >> very lovely. thanyou. you're awesome. >> we love to shop. >> need help with snack ideas wh the kids t home from school?
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it is time for today's kitchen, what's cookin. easy and healthy foods you can throw in your kids' lunch box. >> i feel like reed alexander has grown up with us. hisook cooke has fun recipes your kids can help you make in the kitchen. >>hank you for having me. >> we've got jazzedp back to school lunch. are you excited and hungry? reinventing the traditional wrap. rice paper into warm water. dunk these. we want it to become pliable. >> it's not rm. >> we've got some remade for tasting. ds are going to love to do this at home because ahead of time you can do thi the night before. set up your favorite toppings.
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we have all fresh veggieiehere. >> awesome. >> cilantro. it's all fresh and easy. like a salad in a roll. roll these up tightly. >> did you put shrimp in there, hoda? >> yes, i did some protein to keep themsatisfied. give it a test drive. take a taste with the oriental dipping sauce, lemongrass, ginger. do you like to take out chinese? this is at home. it's really easy. it's so much lighter. it's fresh. it's with sesame seeds, canola oil, it's fresh. >> i love that. >> delicious, right? >> awesome. >> i'm so glad. let's bring th back here. it's totally portable. peanut butter chocolate cookie
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bars. cross between a candy bar and cookie cake. i'll turn on our mixer. we've got our wet ingredients. whe wheat flour, white flour, espresso powder, salt and baking powder. incorpore this. very well done. you're such a pro chef. you're learning. then youincorporate. you can add if you want. 350 degrees, 35 minutes. peanut butter chips and chocolate chips. >> why are those bet a for you? >> i cut back on the saturated fat with peanutbutter, lightened itp with egg white, whole wheat flour. you are getting an indulgent treat. >> homemade take on an energy bar. >> now that you're here as a student in new york, y have to come back and see us much more often. >> i would be honored. >> tomorrow, "hot in cleveland" star valie bertinelli is with
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right now at 11:00, there it is ladies and gentlemen, the brand new eastern span of that bay bridge open for the very first full day of action. drivers reacting to the changes to their commutes with bike riders also jumping in the mix for that spin on that span. the new span there. it kind of looks like a peeps of artwork out there. >> it really is. >> beautiful to look at. good morning, everybody, thank you for joining us. i'm jon kelley. >> good morning, i'm marla tellez, live coverage of the bay bridge reopening. nbc bay area's bob redell is with cyclists and pedestrians getting ready to set foot on that new span. we begin with christie smith who just spoke to chp. so far, so smooth, we

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