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for some kind of contraception 1463 that left chicago at 8:20 is paying for the equivalent of local time. abortion. scary moments for passengers in flight the emergency slide opened near the rear of the on a united flight to orange fro thi"tay kifrd od cabin. the plane was at cruising county. during the flight they were altitude at the time. you can see by the photos the forced to land in wichita, .unity i ar kansas, after an emergency slide slide consumed much of the section of the plane. deployed in the back of the >> ras you can't fly across country plane. thankfully no one was hurt hwaealliv f sney like that. the pilot declared an emergency .was there. ntng cont report short live. and landed in wichita without more than 60,000 wine incident. >> and the first thought i had openers are being recalled for usmbdena at is i hope no one's in the rsd h 80th di bottles breaking. restroom. needles inserted into the fortunately no one was in the bottle's cork. but some bottles have been neasis breaking. we'll continue to follow a restroom. it just filled the area up. the company has a free remedy >> reporter: not a lot of room at all. 96 passengers, crew of 5 on kit for you. eo liv ssre h developing story. and how important is your or day.icare board. and the crew was never in smartphone in your life? according to a new bank of s danger, neither was the america survey, half of us say wehe wnithe alngwave passenger. united sent a replacement plane c>> el oney aeto aeplace in to ferry the passengers on. we could not go one day about it. aftff -- ie 90% rank their smartphone up this kind of an event is rare, there with their car and theth houoobretgustell. but it has happened before. deodorant. you may recall when president for millennials it ranks higher obama was running for office back in 2008, a slide opened on than their toothbrush. .cyar5'2",ome.e a pictuf at
the survey also found if our cell phone got lost, most would his campaign plane. ihi bningf at the nt determined had not give up alcohol, even chocolate to get it back. prope securedefe "transformers" took over the takeoff. >> what a scare for those top spot at the box office this passengers. thank you very much. some severe weather to talk up ga w weekend. took it $100 million. about. 's on the move this terngough the best debut for any film this midwest over the weekend. watching world cup without year. "22 jump street" was second. stopping. me l and several reported tornadoes he sl nowte't p. i a touching down leaving a lot of "how to train your dragon 2" was damage behind. b -- dylan dreyer is in for al this third. and some amusement park morning. where's the storm head snd. >> yes. ting fraheed w wfo a t >> still in the midwest. guests happy to be on solid i mean, the midwest cannot catch a break. ground after being stuck on a we've had flooding rains along ride for hours. a >>s l- with the tornadoes and the a power failure halted the fit th damaging wind gusts and large capsule and left everyone about wi w mt 320 feet in the air. hail. look at some of the flooding we after four hours power finally acl of down just to look at body language. what did you think? >> we think he is an saw in memphis, tennessee. reorna i>in whyhing old-fashioned biblical word water inundating places like ed wed-n macod in this mobile home where families reorna i>in whyhing macod in sisurprisengldazards we face john i'm sorry, it'. joh. were evacuated. the entire time. ikehim.>>e hhere lit it takes awhile for the water to i'ow.k ozen yogurt. de rehand recede. half the fat of regular ice cream. in aboutthat.i t hen tt imaoesn llin areas you do not want to s uch . it's so irresistibly thick and creamy! is alwaysn. ou kat ts on him. and unfortunately we are going didn't expect you to be enjoying yourself so soon! to see more severe storms break out later on day. couldn't resist, mmm! erytevng ispotpia. we gir the it's such a good source of protein too! no, i'm talking about this john, already?! knoweron.s weas did whe
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that announcement this afternoon >> labeouf. >> oh, boy. at the v.a. >> you guys heard this story. he was sitting in the audience rst ftu 0ceo theecome the max sc uswa cup on shoctinselfnd of "cabaret." they say he was being disruptive. he was -- some say he was minug i5 smoking. en.emonienc he was, you know, grabbing -- i pale by a don't know what he was doing. he got escorted out by cops, and ts aairs ndernbm. tcynktcw he was allegedly yelling and corrosive culture, today the doing other things during the performance. we do have an update on the obama administration will story because we like to update you. >> information. nominate bob macdonald to run the company. he would take over the >> all right. department serving more than 8 liza minnelli sent a "cabaret" million veterans aear. dvd to shia labeouf let you know white house aides point to his in case you wanted toon how "cabaret" ends, you can watch it. >> liza has a great sense of stellar managerial record. >> america's veterans deserve humor. this guy, he was in prison. there was that bizarre scene of nothing less. >> reporter: replacing a him, you know, chasing the four-star general who resigned homeless man before he even went last month under mismanagement to the theater. trying to get his mcdonald's and coverups of patient wait bag. time. macdonald has a strongs military >> he was way out of it. >> this guy is incredibly background himself. talented. all we do is talk about these house speaker john boehner was incredibly talented people who get too much too soon in life
complimentary of macdonald. but it lies on president obama and don't have the skills yet. to articulate a vision for you know, the human skills to sweeping reform. deal with all the success. and amongst his first challenges >> remember that time he was on if confirmed, looking at those the red carpet in berlin -- >> always doing weird things in returning from the wars in iraq berlin. that's where "cabaret" took and afghanistan. the head of the group place. >> i'm not saying this anymore. >> wonder what's happening with representing iraq and afghanistan veterans says that him and if it's just a wild night or something more. macdonald never served in iraq we will find out. >> we'll find out. or afghanistan, was not from their generation. allegedly. at wimbledon you guys know adding he's going to have to that there is a dress code. p to speed you're supposed to wear all r issues. >> peter, thank you very much. white. okay. in past years some players have the iraqi government says been showing a hint of color underneath. the military has made >> they've been stretching the significant gains in the boundaries. >> serena wore the -- in 2013 country's north as the battle for the city of tikritages r on. she had corral undergarments. ensewninca onl i.s.i.s. commanders started cause 't kri fleeing the area. welcome back to "today" on a they sate militants were still monday morning. it's june 30th, 2014. wearing the color that was in the streets. showing through the white to -- beautiful picture pushing into ol advan>> who were >> please go back and change. state.s. has claimed a studio 1a. who carries around tons of different underwear these days? i'm willie with tamron. a move that some experts say al is out this week. well, you do in your purse, but could cause in-fighting with normal people don't. natalie is covering the world >> there were -- we don't have other militant gr
confirmation, but apparently there may have been some people cup in brazil. >> we said she's on assignment > congil to deal that went braless because they in brazil. didn't have any options. can't say it with a straight do we have any pictures? with the sudden surge of >> if i went braless, there face. >> assignment. >> i saw her instagram pictures would be people with whiplash. unaccompanied children crossing over the weekend. honestly. the border. >> what is she doing down there? playing tennis. i could hurt somebody. he's also having for more >> a lot of this. i think that should be authority in sending border a lot of -- a lot of selfies. considered too. crossers back to their home >> it's time for favorite >> how'd we not get this things. country. they also want stricter assignment? i got this assignment. >> all righty. >> this is something called penalties for coyotes who hanging out with you. check out this video. renewed perfume. it's $39.99. smuggle children across the border for cash. it defies explanation. it's called scents of the and dozens of thrill seekers it's set to the classic "the spirit.com. it comes with a spritzer that while you're putting on it final countdown." are happy to be on hard ground this is a guy who puts on his reminds you of god's love. try some of this. pants without using his hands. really myself. it comes in different -- this morning after being stuck there are no edits in this >> oh, i like it. video. on a ride for hours. watch the man work. >> what do you have? >> i have short eye lashes, and already has more than a million for anyone who has really short 46 visitors and 2 employees were eye lashes -- >> your legs make up for it. in that sky tower when a power views in two days. >> and you don't want to put look at the moves. fake on. this is a thing by lancome, and fail yure halted it and kept it that's how i dance at weddings. >> look at him. it's called the booster. it's white. 120 feet in the air. bring it. you take this out. >> i want to know what kind of look at it. the ride slowly descended after pants that is. it's white. you put it on your lashes >> that's the thing. come on. my jeans would never come up. premascara, and it adds an extra four hours. no passengers were ever in coating so then you look like danger. you have white lashes. >> are there restrooms in that those are, like -- oh, i like thing? then you take your mascara and >> thank you for saying what i suddenly -- i know it doesn't was thinking. that last move. look like much because i don't have much to start with, but it
>> four hours. twice i would have needed to go. really does lengthen and extend. >> little style. >> what can i do to get you to makes them -- well, this may give you >> enormous shock for somebody to see you without it, right? interesting thoughts as well tape yourself -- have your wife that's the danger. this morning. major league baseball players >> you know what -- taping you doing that. >> did you miss me? holding their teammates' feet to i don't believe you can do it. i challenge you. >> of course i can't. the fire. i'm shocked that the "today" >> yes. >> shia labeouf went to prison. the dodgers had a comfortable show producers did not have one he spent a night in jail. of us try to do that on lead and decided to have fun. television. okay. >> here's the deal. >> jail. she meant jail. >> to me they're the same thing. someone stuck rolled up matches i will babysit the kids and give you are locked up. you're in handcuffs, and you to the back of a shoe. can't get out until somebody then they lit on fire. you a night off if you can do makes bail. sorry about that. he smelled the smoke and look that. it's me, the kids, and the interview making headlines around the world today. >> matt's exclusive sitdown with margaritas. >> can it be any pant? around for hours until he the most famous royal in-law. a sweat pant. >> if youu d a soft cotton pan. realized he was the source of pippa middleton. the flame. girls and boys at home, do not >> why amy adams is a first whatever is equivalent to this class star. guy. >> i'll try that with some of my so, duke, what do you think of our new bush's baked beans video game? try this. leggings. >> i want to see you do that >> remember that time i set you on fire? move right there. so crazy. i think i'm getting the hang of it. >> really? >> i'm glad we didn't show that >> he can move. on tv. >> he's very athletic. [ jay ] okay, now pick up the specially cured bacon! oh. >> we have a warning. hit it with the brown sugar! now roll that beautiful bean footage! yes! we cannot help you boys and girl you are too. are you doing it tonight? ifs you do that. >> thanks, tamron. >> i'm going to try it tonight. >> are you going to tape hit it with the brown sugar! jay ]s ane slo miss dylan? >> more severe weather expected today right through the middle yourself? >> i'll do it selfie style. of the country. in orange that's where we have >> please. ccordi ilci big freyo puamo coamei ilci big freyo puamo
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a lot of volume building northbound headed toward the bridges. this is causing traffic problems. a water main break in northeast philadelphia in the rhawnhurst community has some roads closed there. the break happened just behind northeast high school. we are told that everyone in the area has water, though. i'm chris cato. another update in 25 minutes. always find us on nbc10.com.
if the sun is rising where you are, we'd like to see it. use the #todaysunrise. >> i hope it's rising everywhere. >> tit's turning invisible. meanwhile let's look at what's making headlines this morning. the oscar pistorius murder trial back in today. the olympic sprinter did know right from wrong when he shot and killed his girlfriend rieev steenka steenkamp. a united flight was forced to make an emergency landing in kansas because the emergency slide opened inside the plane mid-flight. everybody was okay. and just in time for your fourth of july getaway, get ready to pay more at the pump. gas prices are expected to be at a near record high for the weekend. coming up, our worldwide exclusive conversation with pippa middleton.
her life has changed dramatically ever since she was thrust into the spotlight at the royal wedding. you might be surprised to hear what she was really thinking while that wedding was going on. we're going to talk to her about that and how she's using her fame for good and a lot of other subjects. >> pretty cool. plus we'll check in live with the former miss delaware who was stripped of her crown only two weeks after she won it. she was very emotional when we spoke to her last week. we'll see how she feels today. >> this morning she said she's still going to fight to be in the miss america pageant. we'll talk to her live a little later. but we're going to begin this half hour with developments in the terrible kacase of a georgia toddler who died in a hot car. there are a lot of questions about the boy's parents, what they may have been researching online before the little boy died. let's go to gabe gutierrez who is following this one for us. >> reporter: good morning. the boy's father is here at the
cobb county jail being held without bond. but now new disturbing questions are being raised that involve the boy's mother too. police say this child's death was no accident. this morning police are digging deeper into the death of cooper harris. >> the manner of death is homicide. >> reporter: his father justin ross harris is charged with murder and child cruelty. in newly released search warrants during an interview with harris he recently did an internet search on children death inside vehicles and what temperature that needs to be. >> this is a very significant development. if justin harris searched on the internet for child deaths in cars shortly before his own child died in the car. it certainly looks like first degree murder. >> reporter: the documents don't specify when he ran the online search, but another warrant now claims the boy's mother told
investigators she had also been researching heat-related car deaths. the time of her search also unclear. police say justin harris took his son to breakfast before driving to his office minutes away. investigators allege he went to his vehicle during lunch. but after work he suddenly pulled over saying he forgot to drop off his son at daycare that morning. accidentally leaving him in a sweltering car for seven hours. >> it's sad to see that happen. >> reporter: this weekend in alabama, cooper's funeral. his dad called the church from jail in tears. thank you for everything, he told mourners. i'm sorry i can't be there. the boy's mother also spoke at that funeral calling her husband a wonderful father. he's due back in court later this week and has pleaded not guilty. she has not been charged with any crime. and their attorney has declined a comment. >> gabe gutierrez with the
latest developments. thank you. let's get a check of the weather from dylan who's in for al. >> "today's" weather is brought to you by new nexium 24 hour for frequent heartburn. now available without a prescription. >> and good morning, guys. the tropics fortunately have been quiet so far this year. but we are keeping an eye on this area. doesn't look like much. it's sitting to the east of florida here. hurricane hunters will go out and investigate this later. if it becomes named, it could be the first tropical system of the season named arthur. it is 210 miles to the southeast of st. augustine, florida. it's just sort of meandering around, but what's going to happen over the course of this week, we could see this is just a -- we call it a spaghetti pot. but it's the storm models indicating where it might go. we could see it hug the coast of the carolinas. we'll have to keep a close eye. even if it stays out to sea, it
would churn up the waters and make more rough surf. then it will make its way to the southeast of cape cod. we'll get more information later on today. we also want to watch iowa into northern missouri and illinois. that's where we could see very strong storms today. the chance of tornadoes. also some large hail and damaging wind gusts. in red from texas to michigan, we could still see some very strong storms. it could be an good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. a warmer day today and a cloudy start but sunshine will take over this afternoon. temperatures in the middle to upper 80s today with southerly winds to 12 miles an hour. heat is on tomorrow and the humidity climbing, too. 92 degrees tomorrow afternoon. then steamy conditions for wednesday and thursday. showers and thunderstorms possible wednesday, likely on thursday. improving conditions and cooler for the fourth of july and plenty of sunshine this coming weekend. have a great day.
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this is the first time you've ever done a television interview. >> yes. >> why? >> i don't know. i had this nervousness of being in front of the camera. >> it's funny you say that yet you've become one of the most recognizable faces in the world based on what's happened over the past couple years. has it been hard for you? >> it has been difficult. i went from a normal life to sort of managing everything that happened after the wedding. >> in a heart beat. it wasn't just any wedding. it was the wedding of the century. the royal marriage of kate middleton to prince william, the future king of england. the bride was radiant, the groom beaming. there were magical moments galore, but the surprise of the day belonged to another in the wedding we hadn't seen before. soon everyone wanted to know who
was this beautiful woman in the flattering dress. it was the best of the british pomp and circumstance. what was it like to be in it? >> it's funny to say, but we thought of it just as a family wedding. and actually i didn't realize the scale of it until afterwards. and i had to make sure i helped my sister where i should, look after the bridesmaids. but we saw it as a family getting together and doing their best like any. >> people are going to find that extraordinary that you viewed it just as a family wedding. it didn't feel that way in the buildup. >> no. we saw a lot of people but maybe i didn't see any tv cameras. to me it was just in front of a lot of people, not necessarily the whole world. >> i remember that sot where you came out on the balcony. what was it like to look out at that sea of humanity? >> it was surreal. you don't know if you're living it to yourself in that moment. >> was that a moment, though,
where the reality of the enormous nature of it gets to you? >> yeah. we saw crowds rushing around the balcony. i thought, wow, this is pretty special. >> but it didn't take long after the wedding and after kate and william drove away in that beautiful aston martin. do you have the keys to that, by the way? it wasn't long until people started talking about you. and for lack of a better way to explain it, the way your dress fit. how did you feel about that? >> it was completely unexpected. the plan was not for it to be a significant dress. really just blend in with the train. it was flattering. >> a little embarrassing? >> definitely. it wasn't planned. the dress was meant to be insignificant. >> insignificant, hardly. it went on to become one of the most talked about dresses in the world.
where's the famous dress? >> it's in my wardrobe at home. >> have you worn it since? >> no. but i think it's the sort of thing i'm sure i'll bring out if my children one day want to see it. but, yeah, it's tucked away. >> but more recently, this is the fashion statement she's been making. as part of a team cycling 3,000 miles across the u.s. you took on an amazing physical challenge. i'm happy to see you're able to sit after what you went through. talk to me about this ride across america. >> it was a fantastic experience. it was probably the longest week of my life. >> in a good way or a bad way? >> in a good way. >> pippa and her team including her brother james participated in race across america riding through 12 states in just 6 days to raise money for two important causes. one of the charities you were riding for is the british heart foundation. >> i've recently become an ambassador to them.
i love sports and health. i felt it was a good charity for me to be with. i was amazed to hear three times the women die of heart disease than breast cancer. i didn't think many people knew about that. and i wanted as a woman to support it and be behind it. >> the other charity is the michael matthews foundation which raises money for childhood education named for a young climber who died on mt. everest. on the days when the legs were aching and the bum as you guys would call it here didn't want to stay on the seat much longer, you think about him -- >> it gives purpose to it. >> a purpose and perhaps for pippa middleton, a promise to stay grounded. what's your view on fame these days? i think fame can be a double edged sword. in a speech you gave which i read you said fame can have an upside, a downside -- you say it. >> and a backside. >> what's been the upside to
fame? >> i've had amazing opportunities. i feel very fortunate to have opportunities and have sort of access to things that maybe i wouldn't necessarily. >> you know, it's too bad we at nbc didn't think of that as just a family wedding. we could have saved a fortune on coverage of that thing. >> she was like you know what this might be thing on the balcony. >> my sister's getting married. >> she seems lovely. >> she really is. i think she's incredibly grounded. i think she's blown away by the attention she's gotten over these last two or three years and is not quite sure what to do with all that attention. >> i love that the dress is just hanging in her closet. >> in the wardrobe. >> yes. not still at the dry cleaner's. >> we'll have more of our interview with pippa middleton in the next half hour. including her feelings about the paparazzi and the online
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16.4 million tweets at its peak for the world cup. that beat this super bowl record earlier in the year. you see the big flare-up right there. everybody on their smart phones. natalie was traveling. oh, no, brazil and chile tied. watching thit on the iphone. now they're all surrounded the tv there. here's sow some found out on the subway they had moved on. he's listening. we won! everybody goes crazy on the subway. pretty amazing they get reception in the subway. here's another fan happy for one minute. watch these brazilians celebrating. watch this guy. oh wait, no. and broke his tv. didn't mean to get that excited. u.s. versus belgium on tuesday. we'll start the chants later in the week. >> carson, thank you very much. coming up in "trending,"
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clouds we start with. this is a view from center city. the clouds are producing a few showers to the north of the pocono mountains. a few moderate showers approaching the scranton area right now. the temperatures will climb in spite of the clouds. it's 71 in allentown. 72 in reading and it's warmed up to 72 degrees in northeast philadelphia. atlantic city is 73. clouds on the increase to start with. we'll be thinning out this afternoon as temperatures climb into the upper 80s. >> let's see how things are moving along on the road. katy zachry with that. >> i this i a lot of people are on vacation or they're taking this monday off because things are really not as busy or volume packed on our majors as we typically see. this is a live look, 95 near bridge street. you can see right here, there is construction area that stretches for several miles but that's not really affecting traffic in either direction. ben franklin bridge moving smoothly in both directions, the ben, the betsy, the walt, that
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it's getting used to sort of not being entirely private and feeling where i go may be open. >> and what she's planning to do next. then crown controversy. miss delaware stripped of her title over an age dispute. >> my birthday was even written on the contract that the board signed off on and approved. >> she's with us live to talk about her fight to be in the miss america pageant. ♪ and the '90s. from the macarena to o.j. simpson to the clinton white house. we'll look back at what defined the decade. today monday, june 30th, 2014. ♪ >> celebrating sweet 16. >> happy 100th birthday to our great grandpa. >> good morning, husband.
>> here i come. >> i'm sleepless from seattle. >> hello, alabama! roll tide! >> we're back now. 8:00 on a monday morning. and take a look at an enormous crowd gathered here in rockefeller plaza. it's a loud crowd. beautiful day in new york city. nice to have you guys here. >> boisterous crowd. a lot of excitement growing. we're just a few hours away now. the u.s. taking on belgium in the knockout round of the world cup. some of us are excited most especially natalie morales who's on assignment in rio this morning. good morning to you. >> reporter: -- a lot of pressure on the u.s. men's soccer team.
they're already in salvador. this is a do or die match. they must win this or they will be sent home. this is going to be deja vu all over again. because the belgium team d cuhe and now they're coming in strong although they are down a few players due to injury. that is expected to work in our favor. meanwhile it has been an incredible couple of games here over the knockout phase over the weekend. we saw brazil and chile in that close matchup. ended up in penalty kicks and brazil surviving that one. and mexico and netherlands yesterday. the netherlands pulling out a win on a penalty kick awarded with just a minute left to go. some really exciting games. costa rica the cinderella story here as well. but many saying the u.s. could truly surprise. if they win against belgium tomorrow, they'll head into the quarter finals. last time they got that far was back in 2002. so this is a team that could continue to surprise us all.
>> hope so. thank you so much. >> quite the soccer expert. >> all of us are now. >> amazing rundown there. that was quite a recap. let's go inside. tamron hall's got a check of the top stories. >> good morning, everyone. a key finding in the murder trial of blade runner oscar pistorius. he was examined by mental health experts for the past month. they said pistorius was capable of appreciating the wrongfulness of his actions when he shot and kill his girlfriend. he killed steenkamp after thinking she was an intruder, he says. pete williams is at the supreme court this morning. an important ruling today, good morning. >> reporter: right, tamron. we'll get the final decision today including one of the biggest cases of the term. it's a challenge to the obamacare law and poses this question. can a for-profit corporation
claim it has religious freedom? two companies say a part of the obamacare law would violate the religious beliefs of their company. that's the requirement that employers provide insurance coverage for contraceptives. paying for some kind of contraceptives is like paying for abortion, they say. they want exception from that part of the law. but the obama administration says it's for citizens not companies. one possibility today is the narrow ruling that says a company that's held by a family with clearly established religious views could get an exemption. we'll know in a few hours. >> thank you very much. today president obama will nominate former procter & gamble ceo bob mcdonald as head of veterans affairs. that has been gripped by mismanagement and coverups for long wait times for patients which led to the resignation of eric shinseki last month. a senior administration official
described mcdonald as unparalleled in his management experience. some anxious moments during the night for passengers on united flight from chicago to orange county, california. the flight wuss forced to land in wichita, kansas, after an emergency evacuation slide accidentally deployed in mid-air inside the back of the plane. you see it there. there were about a hundred people on that plane. no one hurt in the incident. prince harry has a big birthday coming up later this summer and an even bigger payday. he is scheduled to receive $17 million when he turns 30 years old on september 15th. it is his inheritance from his late mother diana. his older brother prince william got the same amount two years ago. toronto mayor rob ford is set to return to his job today after two months in rehab. before going to rehab, he admitted to drunken stupors and crack cocaine use.
he's also thought to restart his campaign for re-election. and this is whatnot to do during your very first driving lesson. a teenage driver learned the hard way -- oh, no -- what happens when you drive too fast, hit a tree and flip over with your instructor inside. thankfully no one seriously hurt. police in massachusetts posted the photo on twitter as a lesson for the rest of us. i just got parallel parking wrong. that's terrible. it's 8:06. another check of the weather with dylan. hey, dylan. >> good morning, tamron. good morning, everyone. we want to get right to your pick city of the day. we're heading out to little rock, arkansas, where it's going to be a hot one. thunderstorms on wednesday with a high of 91 degrees. we are looking at strong storms from texas to michigan and right in between there through iowa into illinois and northern missouri we could see our strongest storms with
good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley a warmer day today and a cloudy start but sunshine will take over this afternoon. temperatures in the middle to upper 80s today with southerly winds at 12 miles per hour. heat is on tomorrow and humidity climbing, too. 92 degrees tomorrow afternoon and then steamy conditions for wednesday and thursday. showers and thunderstorms possible wednesday likely on thursday. improving conditions included for the fourth of july and plenty of sunshine this coming weekend. have a great day. >> and that's your latest forecast. >> thank you so much. coming up in "trending," the class move by amy adams. plus more of our exclusive interview with pippa middleton. she opens up about coping with the paparazzi and some goals she's set for herself in her life. and brosnan is back. we're going to talk to pierce bross brosnan about his new movie.
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change of heart. not a good way to live your life. but very human. after getting cut from the team to have those moments. >> he didn't say he hoped they would lose the game. but maybe not play particularly well. >> wow. >> i agree with you. completely human. >> and now he's rooting for the usa. >> i think we can all get together on this one and say well done. actress amy adams is winning a lot of praise this morning for a first class move. she was boarding a flight from detroit to los angeles. that is when she noticed an american serviceman sitting in coach. so what did she do? she gave him her first class seat. and she took his seat back in the coach section of the airplane. best of all amy the daughter of an army officer did not seek any publicity for this deed. it was a fellow passenger who shared words of her selfless act on social media. >> good for her. >> that's the best part about
it. somebody else saw it happen. she wasn't trying to get attention for it. >> good for her. >> her for publicist is like, yes. organic, from the heart. >> probably was the other traveler. i'm kidding. >> speaking of the military, a new statistic from the pentagon this morning. officials say of the 34 million americans between the age of 17 and 24, 71% would not qualify for military service. isn't that something? and that figure does not even include those who would be excluded for tattoos and other koss m cosmetic issues. >> those turned away would be because of obesity, lack of high school diploma, felony convictions. only 1% of young people are both eligible and interested in serving. interesting. >> almost 3/4 of those of the right age group would not be
eligible. >> if you have fewer families serving it makes his harder to go to war. >> quick question for everybody. what's the one thing you could not give up for a day? we've all established what it is. >> this thing. >> i wouldn't want to. >> for most americans it is their smartphones. in a new survey, 91% rated their device as important as their car and their deodorant. most millennials said they'd rather give up their toothbrush than their smartphone. >> that's a bridge too far. >> there you have it. >> you'd give up your deodorant for a day? >> no, i'll keep it. >> thank you. sitting this close to you. >> although there's an app for that probably. >> and that's what's "trending" today. up next, pippa middleton and how she deals with the
we're back now with more of our interview with pippa middleton. earlier we talked about her sudden fame. on the upside, she's been able to use her popularity if for philanthropic work. but she said sometimes the downside is tough to navigate. after the royal wedding, pippa middleton was thrust into the spotlight. the media clamored for information about her. any new photo, a big paycheck. and soon pippa became the
paparazzi's biggest prize. >> there is, you know, a lot of pressure in london in my day-to-day routine. occasionally i might get followed by paparazzi. it's difficult. it's getting used to not being entirely private. and feeling wherever i go someone might spot me. it just means i don't entirely relax. >> if we were to jump out of this place we are right now and i'm not going to say where we are and walk down the street, how long would it take before we're surround snd. >> i don't think it's that bad. but in the nature of twitter and facebook, people say they've seen me somewhere. say, in a restaurant, that could be the worse. then a photographer could turn up at the restaurant and suddenly my private dinner is not so private. >> i mentioned there's an upside and downside. the very same media and the very
same people on the social media sites that want to make you the "it" girl, at some point they decide we're done and they sometimes want to tear you down. have you experienced that? >> yes, quite a lot, actually. >> how do you deal with it? >> it's hard sometimes. i have felt publicly bullied a little bit. when i read things that purely aren't true or that, you know, whichever way someone looks at it on the negative side. it is quite difficult. i'm just trying to live a life like anyone. >> it's interesting you use the word bullied. it's an apt term. i think a lot of young people feel the same thing when they see those negative comments. >> and i feel people can say something about you online or on a web page when they would never say it to your face. they think that's okay. >> anonymity is a very powerful thing. >> it's been difficult.
i think to keep bouncing back and carry on and not let it affect you, it's hard. but again, it's trying to be yourself and not read too much. and, you know, make decisions based on what i feel is right and wrong. >> in addition to her charity work, another one of pippa middleton's decisions to carry on has included becoming a writer. she's written columns for magazines like "vanity fair" as well as published her own book on party planning called "celebrate." what's your life plan? you've got this great opportunity. you've got people who know you by one name. you say pippa, people know who we're talking about. you talked about opportunities. what do you want to do? >> there's so much i'd love to achieve. so trying to blend it in with my love of writing and food and entertaining. so there's a few things. >> your first question was -- >> i wonder for the guys
watching if she has a boyfriend. >> carson's like, hey, she got a boyfriend? >> carson is the human thought bubble. >> i love it it's a very good question. and she does. >> yes, she's involved with someone. >> okay. >> we're going to talk to pippa about the special man in her life. he's small and tends to drool like a lot of men probably. and he doesn't say much. of course we're talking about her nephew prince george. and we're also talking about pippa's relationship with her sister kate, the duchess of cambridge. tomorrow. now to the latest developments in the crown controversy of miss delaware. the title was taken away from amanda longacre because of an age decision. over the weekend they said she could keep the scholarship money she's won. would that be good enough for her? we'll talk to her in a moment. but first tamron has more on the story. >> amanda longacre says she's been open about her age from the
start and now she's demanding her title be reinstated. >> reporter: it's a dream for many young women. but for amanda longacre, her dream turned into a nightmare when just two weeks after winning the miss delss pageant she was suddenly stripped of her crown saying at age 24 she's too old. >> and they've already moved on and given someone else your crown. >> it's heart breaking. >> reporter: here on "today," an emotional longacre said she had been upfront about her age from the beginning. >> my birthday was even written on the contract that the board signed off on and approved. >> reporter: according to miss america pageant rules, contestants must be between the age of 17 and 24 by december 31st. she turns 25 in october, so the miss delaware scholarship organization said she's age ineligible and awarded her crown to brittany lewis. >> when your peers vote you for
miscongeniality and you work so hard to get to this position. >> reporter: this is a terrible mistake they told the post. she's done nothing wrong and wasn't trying to hide anything. it's not the only current controversy for the miss america pageant. elisabeth fechtel was just dethroned because of a voting miscount. they said we understand the impact this news may have on the women and each of these state organizations. although longacre's crown is gone, she will be able to keep $9,000 in scholarship award. by the way, the runner up and new miss delaware will also receive that $9,000 scholarship. savannah? >> all right, tamron. let's check in with amanda longacre and her attorney this morning. good morning to both of you. >> good morning. >> we had you on last week.
you broke our hearts because we could see how hard this hit you. how much of an outpouring have you heard? it's been a week since people found out what happened. how much support have you received? >> i've gotten a lot of support. i'm so appreciative of it. i feel so much love especially from my state and even outside of my state with people supporting me. because i've been nothing but honest since the beginning. and they don't think it's right either. >> as you just heard and you know, the pageant officials now say we recognize there was a mess up here, she can keep her money. >> i won the title of miss delaware. i am miss delaware. i was nothing but honest from the beginning. i did not know that rule. i did not know that rule at all. and they reiterated to me since the beginning that i was eligible to compete. i asked from the beginning, am i eligible. they said yes. they had my birth certificate. i gave them everything. >> so would you at this point be willing to take that scholarship money and put it behind you or
you want to fight? >> this is about the title of miss delaware that i rightfully won and i want to represent the people of delaware. i want to be a social worker. this was a great start to a fabulous career. and still is going to be a fabulous career for me. >> let me turn to your lawyer here. first of all, we reached out to the miss america organization, haven't heard back yet. is this potentially a lawsuit? >> we wanted amanda to serve as miss delaware and to our mind that's what's fair. if we have to sue to do it, we will. but our goal here is she be allowed to enjoy the title she's earned. >> i read there was a form you signed in may that did have the date constraints on it. was that something you just didn't see or didn't understand? >> i didn't know the rule. and i also competed at the local level as well. this has been -- i mean, it's been several months.
i don't know how you put your trust into an organization to know their rules. so when you come forward and you're honest and you ask them am i eligible to compete and you put the time and money in, this is something you want to do, and then they tell you you can't compete anymore. >> so you're still hoping to go to the miss america pageant. >> yes, i am. >> thank you so much. >> thank you. coming up, actor and heart throb pierce brosnan is here after your local news. good morning, i'm tracy davidson. your first alert forecast from bill henley. >> we'll wind up with a warmer day today. right now 71 degrees at nbc 10.
a cloudy view of center city. we're watching the numbers slowly climb and 72 degrees in northeast philadelphia, 73 for wild and holding in the low 70s in lehigh valley. clouds today for this morning and then this afternoon, we'll see 88 degrees later today. overnight a water main break in northeast philadelphia has closed the street. workers stopped the flow, but the break happened along summerdale avenue just behind northeast avenue and closed until a new work crew gets there and fixes the problem. everyone in the area has problems. coast guard helicopters and life guards rejoined the search for a missing teenager. the boy went missing just after 7:00 last night. ocean city police say he was surfing with friends when they were all swept out by a rip current. everyone but the 14-year-old made it back to shore. coming up on "today" show he's best known as james bond
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>> macarena. >> high school. >> thanks for that. >> and there's nothing better than a cool treat on a hot summer day. this morning we'll show you some of the best at 200 calories or less. >> that looks delicious. and we're gearing up for another great concert on the plaza this friday. ed sheernan will be here. he needs our help deciding what to perform. cast your vote for "thinking out loud," "a-team," or "lego house." cast your vote. >> vote early and often. let's get a check of the weather. it is getting muggier here in new york city. back through the southeast and the south we have hotter temperatures. well into the 90s. even up into the triple digits across the western plains. humid too.
brace yourself today. we are looking at a slight risk of strong storms from texas to michigan. but our next chance of our most severe weather today will be through iowa and into northern illinois and missouri. and tonight for some strong storms. tomorrow that slight risk spren spreads further to the east. we could still see the hail, damaging wind gusts and everything that goes with that area. it is going to stay sizzling in the south. and i've been hearing a lot on twitter we've got the bayu babes. we're hearing a lot of chatter good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. a warmer day today and a cloudy start, but sunshine will take over this afternoon. temperatures in the middle to upper 80s today with southerly winds to 12 miles an hour. the humidity climbing, too. 92 degrees tomorrow afternoon
and then steamy conditions for wednesday and thursday. showers and thunderstorms possible wednesday. likely on thursday. improving conditions and cooler for the fourth of july and plenty of sunshine this coming weekend. have a great day. and that is your latest forecast. >> thank you much. actor pierce brosnan probably best known as james bond. but in his few film "a long way down," he's taking on a much more vulnerable role. he plays martin sharp, a former morning show host whose career and marriage tanked after a notorious scandal. >> being famous is great. everything thinks it's difficult, but it's not. you get to have the best seats in restaurants. people smile at you on planes. it's great. and whatever you do, you feel vindicated by your own fame. and you never, ever feel humiliated. >> ever, ever.
pierce brosnan, good to have you here. >> good morning, matt. >> did you study news kacastersr this role? >> i did. there are a few in england that i love from the '70s. but this is is a story by nick horneby. he wrote this wonderful story about these four kind of fractures characters who meet on a certain night to commit suicide to take their lives. >> i want to say off the bat that while you talk about that and people think, oh, gosh, what a downer. it's not at all. as a matter of fact, if you put the suicide aside, it's really more a movie about humanity. >> it is a humanity movie. it has lots of laughs. and it's about the resilience of these people's lives. these people shape each other's destinies, in some respects. it's not a downer of a movie.
it's an uplifting movie about hope and friendship and community. you know, toni colette, and all these magnificent actors. >> these four people you talk about who come together on the rooftop and they're there not to take the elevator or stairs down, they're there to jump off that building. diverse group. >> yeah. martin sharp is this sort of narcissistic self-indulgent man whose career has fallen apart. >> can we talk about the scandal? >> yeah. he has sex with an underaged young woman. she looked 26. and his life just falls apart. >> loses his marriage. loses his career. >> loses his children. everything. and so complete ll lly fracture. his vulnerability is shattered. and he decides to climb up and
throw himself off and in doing so is saved by the character of toni colette. her life is in disarray. she sees no way out. and so the story unfolds on this roof. >> they end up saving each other. we know you and we love you for these roles that we became accustomed to where you're so suave. but you have made some really interesting choices since that time period. what drives you these days? what makes you take a role? >> well, i love to work. i want to work. i have to work. i have children. but more importantly i enjoy what i do. i've been an actor all my life. and the james bond role was a wonderful steppingstone onto an international stage. so with that i formed my own company to make my own films. but what drives me is the work. it's to work with someone like
toni colette, be part of an ensemble. >> is longevity as much fun these days as the white hot spotlight was back in the days of bond and remington steel? >> it's all about longevity. i mean, you want to stay at the table for as long as you can. you want to have a career that's far reaching and hopefully at the end of the day you have maybe three, four jewels in your hand that you can say i owned that, i did that, and it's mine. but i love acting. i love making movies. it's exhilarating. i'm lucky and just nothing but gratitude that i'm still doing it. >> i was going to say we're lucky. hope you keep doing it for a very long time. always good to see you. >> thanks so much. >> thank you very much. and "a long way down" hits theaters on july 11th. coming up, we're going to look back at the '90s. were they the last great decade?
there's a lot of gadgets and we're always losing things. >> everything. and you're about to start losiig pacifiers and things of that nature. you're the one using find my iphone in the studio the other day. >> for is sure. >> we have a lot of different stuff. >> the first one you don't need a computer or smart phone. >> you don't. about 28 bucks. it has its own transmitter. color coded. you take these key pieces and attach them to things. >> these are four different items. >> absolutely. we lost the tv remote which is normal, in the studio. see if you can find it. >> i hear it over there. should i go get it? >> we got to go get it. >> i do hear it. >> you hear it? >> well, i'm getting a clue because the camera guy is
focusing. it must be. oh, wait. i found it. yeah. that works. >> to it does work. the thing about it is that was a faint sound. >> i see matt lauer's hair brush in there from the '80s. this works for a dog. we have a dog on set. >> we do. pet trackers, all about a gps tracking advice. goes on the dog's collar. it's amazing. it sits right on the collar on the dog. then you can track this from your phone or computer or laptop on a map. you can also set zones. if you know the dog walked out of the back yard, you'll be alerted on your phone. >> you can see where he's running around. >> i'm a dog lover. my dog got away once so i was
like we have to figure how to track my pet down. the other cool thing is it's an activity tracker. this also tracks the little guy's activity too. >> so we know what you're doing. thank you so much. what do we have? this is for, what? purses? anything? >> this is kieled tile. it's this little device. as you can see it can go to the keys, a purse, to the bicycle. >> now, you've got to have an iphone for this one? >> no android version for this one yet. i have a set of keys. it will show me where those keys are. you can see it's showing rockefeller center. >> that's kind of a big area. >> exactly. if i wanted to drill down to it, what i would do is hit the find button and it's going to send a tone to that as well. and then you'll be able to hear it. the other good thing about this, too, is that you'll be able to -- the crowd can help you find your device. so if other people have that app on the phone and you misplace
something, you'll get secretly alerted if someone else that has the app on the phone has it. >> this is for a lost wallet which all of us have had. >> this does two things. this is the freedom tracker gps wallet tracker by royce leather. good quality leather. 69 bucks it starts around. what it does is it has this device inside your wallet. it has the device in it. up to a hundred feet, you'll be notified so you can find it. also an automobile alert as well. >> 30 seconds left. the find my iphone app has saved me plenty of times. >> find my phone for android or androidev is p nowt's sending a tit ea .ou tain,
back now at 8:47 on a monday morning with a new national geographic documentamaki w '90 decade when it gives rise to grunge, vanilla ice, and the macarena. almost 15 years since we survived y2k. national geographic is looking back at this period in history. >> reporter: once upon a time, the internet sounded like this. justin timberlake was just a teenage heart throb. and this was burning up radios
and dance floors across america. welcome back to the 1990s. a bygone era that's getting a fresh look in a national geographic documentary called "the '90s"? >> the '90s was the decade where we tried to get our [ bleep ] together. >> the only problem with the '90s is it didn't last long enough. >> reporter: the special airing next week examines the decade that introduced us to things like viagra, reality tv, and jerry springer. >> jerry! jerry! >> we decided we'll have young people in the audience and young subject matter. young people are much more open about their lives, much crazier, wilder. and so the show started to go crazy. >> reporter: but the drama wasn't just limited to springer's studio. >> why! why! >> you know, you can ask the question why did it happen, but i ask the question why did it
happen. >> reporter: but real wars were also waged when our troops fought in iraq for the first time. an unprecedented front row seat to the battle. meanwhile, images that once seemed unimaginable in our borders became a sad and tragic reality. and the subject of race in america came to a head in more ways than one. >> we the jury find the defendant not guilty of the crime of murder. >> we all became overnight rock stars. the glove, the glove fits. >> reporter: abroad the world bids farewell to a princess. while in washington we said hello to what some called a new american royalty. >> i would argue that he is tactically the best politician i've seen in my lifetime. >> reporter: but it wasn't long before the music gave way to one
of the biggest political dramas i've seen. >> i thought my political party made a big mistake. they should have left it alone and let the media and bill clinton fight out. >> reporter: for the first time america heard intimate and shocking details like it never had before. and a young white house intern would forever become a household name. in the documentary, monica lewinsky speaks out in her first television interview in ten years. tomorrow here on "today" we have an exclusive look at what she had to say including what she called the worst day of her life. >> all right. thank you very much. up next, a lower calorie way to keep cool on a hot day. but first this is "today" on nbc.
all right. it's 8:52. we're back with some low calorie alternatives to keep you cool this summer. testing healthier options for the traditional ice cream. and megan murphy is good housekeeping's executive editor. >> good morning to you. >> this had to be a fun assignment. >> in the good housekeeping institute we're tasting and testing something. this was not a bad one. >> you're tasting for what exactly? >> 42 different cones, cups, bars to the test. we wanted things under 200 calories. but who cares if it's good for
you if it doesn't taste good. then we focused on taste. >> what do we have? these are the winners, right? >> the best hands down were these cadbury carmello pops. it is to die for. at only 160 calories. >> it is. >> hard to believe, right? >> amazing. then we looked at different flavors. some people are fruit people. so we looked for the best fruit bar. these outshine fruit bars, it's strawberry rhubarb. only 50 corral ralories. i feel good about giving these to my kids. yum. >> i got to say, we've got winners so far. >> peanut butter. >> how to make that low calorie. >> blue bunny peanut butter swirl ice cream cones. 150 kcalories. they're fun size. there's no waste.
if you love peanut butter cups, you will die over these. >> really good. they're not huge, but satisfying. >> a little sweet treat. these will blow your mind. these are the first greek frozen yogurt pops. i love the story of this company. two division one athletes have known each other since kindergarten. they think it's an awesome post workout snack. helps with muscle recovery. >> i'm ready to try all 42. i love ice cream sandwiches. >> these are the enlightened ice cream sandwiches. if you want something minty, hundred calories. only two grams of sugar, seven grams of protein. and five grams of fiber. >> when you say it's only calories and it's this big. >> that's substantial.
>> matt get in here. >> you should see your teeth. >> my gosh. >> i'm sorry to have done that to you. and lastly these weight watchers bars are only 45 calories. which is an invitation to have many. >> guys, get in there. >> that was gracefully done. >> megan murphy, thank you so much. i'm hiding my face. what's coming up in the next half hour? see. now you do it. >> the perfect night's sleep. how do you address it and the difference between men and women. just a little diff good morning, i'm tracy davidson.
your first alert forecast from meteorologist bill henley. bill? >> clouds coming in first thing this morning and now spread to new jersey, as well. spotting cloudy skies on its way to ocean city, new jersey. temperatures are climbing in spite of those clouds. those clouds are producing a few showers in the pocono mountains and widely scattered showers in the scranton area right now. some moderate rainfall there. the temperatures have been climbing in spite of the clouds and now 74 in philadelphia. what started out as a standoff situation in a philadelphia neighborhood has now turn under to a search for a suspect in an attempted rape. a s.w.a.t team surrounded a house. he wasn't inside and his ex-girlfriend said she escaped from the home after he tried to rape her at gunpoint. police are now looking for him. this morning we have video of a man being removed from a flight that landed at philly international after the crew said he was drunk and disorderly. the video shows officers
removing the passenger. that viewer says the man got into an altercation with a flight attendant about a half hour before the landing just after 1:00 this morning. airport police say he was taken into custody and he has not be charged. tonight in mercer county homeowners in the community where a house exploded will meet for updates on the reconstruction project. utility workers hit a gas line and the house exploded. a woman was killed in that house and tonight's meeting is for the residents of south fork community. up next on "today" show expert medical advice on your sleep habits. another update in 25 minutes. you can always get updates on nbc10.com. i'm tracy davidson, thanks for watching. now back to "today" show.
from nbc news, this is "today's take" with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist, and tamron hall. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> and welcome to "today" on a monday morning. it's june 30th, 2014. big crowd outside on the plaza on a hot day here in the summer of new york city. i'm willie geist along with tamron hall and one of our summer interns. want to give you a big break
this morning. >> i'm feeling like the old guy. do you always play it that loud in the studio or because i'm old? >> we go straight rave at 9:00 a.m. >> how was your weekend? >> good. hanging out with the kids and family. can i be the 10,000th person to say i love your hair. >> you do? >> looks great. >> but you're getting rid of it. >> no. it's my hair. i'm going to straighten it out tonight and go straight. over the weekend, people paid too much attention on social media. a lot of strong opinions. overwhelmingly positive opinions, but it did happen to women's hair. it was interesting. i now know how you feel because willie has waves. i used to call willie lasagna head. but it's endearing. we like it the way you are.
>> this pippa middleton interview is getting so much buzz. >> yeah. it's so weird. you've seen this woman on your screen for two or three years, but to actually go to london and sit down and walk in a room and go, hi, pippa. i'm matt. and meet her it was bizarre. the thing most interesting to me is how she viewed the royal wedding before the royal wedding unfolded. take a look. >> sounds funny to say, but we thought as a family it's just a family wedding. and actually i didn't realize perhaps the scale of it until afterwards. and hi to make sure i helped my sister where i could and look after the bridesmaids. we saw it as a family getting together and doing their bit like any family. >> i think people will find that extraordinary that you viewed it just as a family wedding. it didn't feel that way to you in the buildup. >> even walking to the abbey, there were a lot of people. but i didn't see any tv cameras.
so to me it was just performing in front of a lot of people, not necessarily the whole world. >> i remember that shot where you came out on the balcony. what was it like to look out at that sea of humanity? >> it was surreal. you didn't know if you were living it to yourself at that moment. >> was that a moment, though, where the reality of the enormous nature of the event kicked in? >> i think so, yeah. when we saw crowds rushing around the balcony. it was like, wow, this is pretty special. >> there's uncle joe and aunt molly over there. >> i love her tone when reflecting on it like it's a family thing. that's crazy she saw it that way. >> but you think of yourself going to a wedding, she had that humility. i'm just a civilian at this point. i'm on a balcony at a wedding and there are a hundred thousand on the street. >> and i have a job to do. i have to make sure the train on
the dress is fine. taking care of the page boys. of course, that day, that moment changed her life forever. she became pippa. we all knew her. and that was a great thing for her in a lot of ways. but then she started to see that social media started going after her. she talked a bit about the downside as well. >> it's hard sometimes because i sort of -- you know, i felt publicly bullied a little bit just when i read things that purely aren't true or whichever way someone looks at it is a negative side. i'm trying to live a life like anyone. >> it's interesting you use the word bully. i think it's an apt term. i think a lot of young people, younger than you even, look at social media and think the same thing. >> i think people can really say something about you online or on a web page when they would never say it to your face. they think that's okay. >> i love her for that. i love that comment.
that people think they can say it online and never say it to your face. she realizes she has an exceptional life, but your opinion on social media can still hurt. and it is bullying. i love that. >> she's one of those rare people who did not ask to be famous. her sister is the one who's famous and just by being the sister of the duchess of cambridge, she falls onto that spot. >> it's the dress' fault. >> you gave me that question. i asked about that. >> so what did you talk away from sitting down with her? there are reasons obviously she didn't want to be an interview before that. and you convinced her to do one. how is she feeling about the spotlight that she's been in? >> i think she's in an unusual situation. she's 30 years old. she wants to have a career. she wants to be able to go off and do what she's doing. >> she wants to write. she's done things for "vanity fair" and others. she'd like to do more of that.
but she's towing the line as trying not to capitalize on her sister's fame. i think she's fighting that balancing act. >> and town sit down with. >> she couldn't be nicer. i don't know what your expectations are. what you think about pippa middleton, but i will tell you she seems normal, grounded, down to earth to me. >> the final part of matt's interview with pippa airs mo aut hw prince george andmore. you can see the full interview on today.com. thanks for stopping by. >> welcome back. >> thank you. natalie meantime is down in brazil covering the world cup. what's the feeling down there? >> yeah. we missed you, willie. wish you were here. because it is so exciting. the atmosphere absolutely electric. a lot of pressure, of course, on the u.s. team. tomorrow they face belgium 4:00
p.m. eastern time. tomorrow i'll be coming live from there. and hopefully getting to the game myself. it's an incredible run for the u.s. men. a lot of people didn't expect them to make it this far. they are much alive. tomorrow is a must win situation or they will be sent home. now, for those of you who said at one point in your life that soccer's boring, i just want to show you some of the highlights from this weekend. there was no shortage of drama here. of course that brazilian game against chile. absolutely stunning. it ended in a penalty shootout with brazil eking out a win here. i got to tell you, the celebrations were absolutely crazy here. and also brazilians in new york too. i understand they were even celebrating on the subway. i had to watch it at an airport on some little boy's iphone. i mean, i couldn't believe that at the airport in sao paulo they did not have a big screen. it's crazy. but it was a great game. brazil moves on. they'll play colombia on friday.
that's going to be the rivalry of all rivalries here. other games, highlights this weekend. netherlands killing mexico. unfortunately it was due to another penalty kick there and a sad loss for the mexican team. they go home. and colombia, can we talk about the way they celebrate a win? they do this little dance. and i think the u.s. team better start working on their moves, because i am definitely pulling for them. and i think i want to see a little celebration when they start scoring their goals tomorrow. so, you know what? as i mentioned, the atmosphere is absolutely electric. we see fans from every country represented here and every time ng at the beach.or a game ou cam it's incredible. >> natalie, there's a little satellite breakup when you did the dance. can you do it one more time? >> you want to see that re-enacted? it's a little bachata.
i'm not doing it justice. they have a choreographed perfectly. but while i was here, i did check out another sport. it's number two most popular sport here in brazil. it's basically soccer with volleyballs. and it is impossible. i played volleyball in high school. i played soccer. the combination of the two very difficult. i had a great teacher who showed me all the moves. there are four ways to hit the ball. with your feet, thigh, shoulder, header. i think by the end i managed to make a point or two. it was pretty cool. then i also played a little soccer with a cute little boy named gabriel. he could be the next brazil julio cesar. the goalie. such hard work. >> there it is. what's in the coconut? >> time for enjoyment. >> it's not just coconut. >> coconut water.
>> is that what we're calling it now? >> that's what hoda and kathie lee used to call it. it evolved. >> have fun down there. we'll talk to you soon. let's get a check of the weather from dylan dreyer in for al. >> nice to see you. coconut water sounds amazing right now. >> with vodka. >> we are looking at some strong storms. still have some severe thunderstorm warnings in effect through des moines and into omaha, nebraska. wekingoo atrm igi depoints 7 t5e inndiening e so seornae s.we cou damage today. roshowers and storms in the northeast. new york state into northern arkansas. and again we have to keep an eye
on it during the afternoon and evening for flooding, hail, wind t bi nl and also i'm erhiser iiddlesit southerly a. a wmend alo star bin im nro t grees t aft f yndsday.ndormsssibleesda l thay ovin conditions and cooler for the fourth of july and plenty of sunshine this coming weekend. have a great day. >> and that's your latest forecast. >> thanks is lot. still ahead, how many hours of sleep do you get on a e we asked you on today.com. you can still weigh in right now. e going toet you feedback now. e going toet you feedback inntlait?r p 'sgot anorn nu to w c4 mates $99.9thr. strus ithe pemer.