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morning. >> i'll go first. >> thanks for watching. today show starts right now. enjoy the day. >> happy wawa day. good morning. the deep freeze. >> right now we're not getting along with russia at all. >> the president says u.s./russia reltations have reached the lowest point, perhaps since the cold war. >> the war's two most nuclear powers cannot have this lationship. >> as president trump reverses his long-held hard line on china, why this morning he's singing a different tune. breaking overnight, two more security officers placed on leave involved in dragging that passenger off a united flight. the man's family and lawyer set to speak out this morning. is that airline about to get hit with a massive lawsuit? face-off. the battle between two new york statues takes a surprising twist. the sculptor of the famed
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charging bull now demanding the fearless girl be removed. and close call. a 4-year-old girl sits down in a barbershop and seconds later gunfire erupts. the bullets narrowly miss her head. incredibly, she's okay and the suspects are under arrest, "today," thursday, april 13, 2017. >> this is "today" on thursday, april 13, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> who do you win, fearless girl, charging bull? >> what team are you on? >> i don't know. >> it's a fascinating story. how much can you determine how much people interpret.
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president trump does appear to be warming when it comes to major issues he railed against in the campaign. our team is covering this, we'll start with kristen welker at the white house. hi, kristen, good morning. >> reporter: hi, savannah. today president trump leaves for mar-a-lago to celebrate the easter weekend. the white house aiming to pressure russia to stop propping up syria's president bashar al assad. this morning a spokesman for the kremlin called tillerson's meeting with russia's president vladimir putin fairly constructive. but both sides say relations are at a new low. this morning president trump turning up the heat on russia unleashing a stunning accusation wednesday. russia likely knew about syria's chemical weapons attack. >> i would like to think that they didn't know. but certainly they could have, they were there. >> reporter: the strong words came during a joint press conference with nato's secretary
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general in which mr. trump, who was once criticized for being too praise-worthy of president putin, offered this stark assessment. >> right now we're not getting along with russia at all. we may be at an all-time low in terms of a relationship with russia. >> reporter: the white house wants russia to pressure assad to stop using chemical weapons. like the attack last week that resulted in a u.s. missile strike on a syrian air base. >> young children dying, babies dying, fathers holding children in their arms that were dead, dead children. there can't be a worse sight. and it shouldn't be allowed. that's a butcher. that's a butcher. >> reporter: the president's tough talk echoed 5,000 miles away in moscow by his secretary of state, rex tillerson meeting with president putin and his russian counterpart, saying for the first time the u.s. might consider war crimes charges against syria's president, one way to force him out of office.
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>> it is possible that the threshold necessary to charge individuals, including bashar al assad, may be achieved. >> reporter: but does russia have the upper hand in the relationship with the u.s.? for the first time in decades, the answer may be yes. western diplomats at the g-7 summit failing to agree on the sanctions against russia in the wake of syria's chemical attack. then at the u.n. security council, russia blocking a proposed resolution condemning the attack. >> the draft resolution has not been adopted. >> reporter: add to that, russian foreign minister sergey lavrov dismissing the u.s. position that assad is to blame for the chemical warfare, instead calling on the u.n. to launch an independent investigation. the secretary of state acknowledging the tensions are an issue. >> the world's two most nuclear powers cannot have this kind of relationship. >> reporter: while the trump administration grapples with foreign policy crises, it's also focused on immigration, identifying ways to more
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effectively deport undocumented immigrants. according to a dhs memo, the administration already found 33,000 more detention beds to house undocumented immigrants and is filing through with the president's directive to ramp up border security. matt? savannah? >> kristen welker, thank you. the president's hard view on russia is not his only notable shift. on wednesday we saw him reverse his stances on other key issues he took during the campaign, including china and nato. nbc's chief white house correspondent hallie jackson has more on that story. hallie, good morning to you. >> reporter: hi, matt, good morning. you're right, president trump's cooler toward russia, warmer towards china and nato citing their fight against terror. and on the economic front, he's moving more to the middle. for him, a series of significant shifts in just the last day. from president trump, a flurry of flip-flops. >> so here's the problem with nato, it's obsolete.
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i said it was obsolete, it's no longer obsolete. >> reporter: that rhetorical reversal on nato, just one of several in the past 24 hours. as the president backs up key campaign promises. remember this one on china? >> we are going to label china a currency manipulator. >> reporter: again and again, blasting beijing as recently as ten days ago when president trump called china the world champion of currency manipulation. now? he tells ""the wall street journal"" they are not currency manipulators, changing his mind because they stopped doing it and he wants china's help in dealing with north korea. that's not the only about-face. in the same interview, the president said he likes and respects the head of the fed, janet yellin. last fall, his descriptions sounded very different. >> she's very political and to a certain extent she should be ashamed of herself. >> reporter: as a candidate, he
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blasted the export import bank, the conservatives label it crony capitalism. that was then. now in a move with a shift toward the center, president trump calls it a very good thing suggesting it may help small businesses. a senior administration official downplayed the u-turns telling nbc news that the president hasn't strayed from the big principles of his campaign, like jobs and national security, adding he always said he wants to keep his options on the table. on the international front, she's still keeping one option open when it comes to the kremlin, even though his administration's clearly cooler toward moscow now, the president's been consistent, he wants to keep the door open just in case. >> it would be a fantastic thing if we got along with putin and if we got along with russia. that could happen and it may not happen, it may be just the opposite. >> reporter: the president argues he's still keeping his promises one by one. but his most recent economic declarations, matt and savannah,
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could be seen as a sign of the rising influence of advisers like gary cohen here in the west king as opposed to his chief strategist steve bannon. >> hallie jackson, thank you very much. any we'nicolle wallace is w now, good morning to you. all presidents learn on the job and you have certainly been in the white house, you know that to be true. is that what we're seeing here, kind of a realtime learning about some of these positions? that is why it's changing? is it a true change of heart? good, bad, different? >> we are watching the education of a president. and what is different is that this normally happens during the campaign. and presidents of both parties, especially ones that didn't come from the united states senate, where they have grappled with some of the important policy issues, you covered george w. bush, conde rice, we are watching a president become educated about issues he railed against but didn't know anything about as a candidate. >> is it partly that and is it partly this is the reputation of donald trump as a deal maker?
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you need a safe and secure europe, so nato's not obsolete. you need china's help with north korea, so china's manipulator. >> that's part of it. and it's also a sign, we talk about the struggle as being between the new yorkers and the keepers of the trump plain. i think it is more about his impulses toward the pragmatism you describe. and the reality, you can't do much on the world stage without a strong nato. >> is there also a little part of this softening toward china where he's playing china against russia and saying, hey, vladimir putin, take a look at me and my new friend, the president of china. >> absolutely. and back to the education point, he now, i think, has a better understanding of the grave threat posed by north korea. and he needs china. >> we talked about it and hallie said the bannon wing in the white house and the west-wing democrats, as steve bannon likes to call them, people like ivanka
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trump and jared kushner, people with a more centrist position. i mean, in terms of the politics of it, are trump voters going to be disappointing if suddenly he's not saying, china, you're ripping us off, for example? >> i don't think so. i think the trump voters were so tapped into his strengths and weaknesses and understand the whole composite. i'll be out talking to them next week, but i'm going to be very surprised if they are disappointing in the pivots on foreign policy. they voted for him on jobs. as long as he stays on track, we have not heard him talk about that much, but as long as he returns to the central issue, i think his core voters will be just fine. >> nicolle wallace, thank you very much. we just mentioned north korea, there's now growing fear the country could soon conduct its sixth nuclear test despite stark warnings from the united states. new satellite imaging shows increased activity at north korea's main nuclear testing site. it comes as the country prepares to celebrate the birthday of the nation's founder, kim il-song,
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the grandfather of kim jong-un. north korea is known to mark significant anniversaries and celebrations with displays of military force. also this morning, united is facing new problems over that passenger who was dragged off a flight earlier this week. he appears set to take legal action with his family and his attorneys, planning to hold a news conference later today. tom costello covers aviation for us and has been following this all week long. tom, good morning, bring us up to speed. >> reporter: united airlines says it will compensate everybody that was on the flight on sunday for witnessing this hybrid police security force ripping dr. dao out of his seat and dragging him down the aisle. and now this case may be about to take a major turn. today attorneys for dr. david dao appear to be poised to take legal action. >> my god, what are you doing? >> reporter: for the first time later this morning we expect to hear from both attorneys and the family member of dr. dao's, four
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days after airport security dragged him from a flight bloodied and dazed. >> oh, my god, look at what you did to him! >> reporter: simply for refusing to give up his seat so united's crew members could board. late wednesday, the chicago department of aviation put two more security officers on leave, which means all three officers involved are now suspended as part of the department's ongoing review. >> no, i'm not going. i am not going. >> reporter: hours earlier, lawyers for dr. dao filed an emergency court petition, naming united airlines and the city of chicago to preserve what could be key pieces of evidence, surry r say lance video, surveillance video, incident reports, protocol and the personnel files of the police. on board sunday's flight, history teacher jason pao, so upset by what he saw, he pulled his students off the plane. >> what they did is totally opposite of what needs to happen. it was really, frankly,
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unbelievable. >> reporter: three rows behind dr. dao, anthony johnson shot this cell phone video. >> as it was happening, i couldn't believe it. it took me a while to comprehend what i just saw. >> i have to go home. i have to go home. >> reporter: if united airlines was hoping its p.r. nightmare would fade away, it may be in for another day of bad headlines. united has apologized now to dr. dao and to all of the passengers on board. also, promising the result of an internal investigation by the end of the month. and meanwhile, as you know, their stock has suffered losing hundreds of millions of dollars over the course of the past few days. guys, back to you. >> tom costello, thanks very much. here's disturbing video from sacramento, california. it's landed an officer there under investigation. it shows him beating a pedestrian. and what did he stop him for? jaywalking. here's nbc national correspondent miguel almaguer. >> this is right here -- >> reporter: stopped for jaywalking, the brutal takedown
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and beating of a pedestrian at the hands of a sacramento police officer was caught on camera by a woman driving by. >> hey! hey! why are you doing it like that? >> reporter: pummeled by more than a dozen punches, this morning sacramento police call the officer's smackdown disturbing and unacceptable. >> he's breaking his arm. >> reporter: police launching a criminal investigation into one of their own. >> if she didn't take that video, i would probably be a dead man walking right now. >> reporter: he says it went down as he was walking home. >> my hands were prettity banged up, my face. they got me in the throat, punched me in the stomach, my ribs. i just thank god i'm still alive. >> reporter: quickly releasing dash cam video -- >> get down on the ground now. get down. >> reporter: police say the standoff escalates when cain refuses orders to stop walking and take off his jacket. >> get down on the ground now. >> reporter: moments later, the
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officer's fists fly. >> we don't condone this behavior with any of our officers. we hold ourself to a higher standard. >> these things are happening on a regular basis. and we don't always get to know when it's happening because there's not always a witness videotaping it and making it public. >> reporter: with cain not facing any charges, the officer is off the force and not commenting. but some say this video already speaks volumes. for today, miguel almaguer, nbc news, los angeles. we should tell you that along with the criminal investigation, the sacramento police department also launching an internal affairs probe to the officer's conduct. he'll remain on paid administrative leave pending the results of that investigation. and now back to this video we showed at the top of the show, a frightening close call caught on surveillance camera. a 4-year-old girl nearly shot. this happened inside an arizona barbershop. and here you can see her taking a seat by the front window when
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moments later gunfire erupts in the parking lot. the bullets just miss the girl by an inch or two. she was hit by glass and treated for minor injuries. police say the suspects were apparently aiming at the tattoo parlor next door following a very sbal dispute. two men have been arrested and face a list of charges. >> that's so horrifying. >> horrifying and thank goodness she's okay. al is off, dylan is here with a check of the forecast. >> it's a pretty nice forecast for most of the country. yesterday we did see some pretty nasty storms move through kansas. look at this thunderstorm that stalled out over hayes, kansas, just dumped so much hail. it's starting to cover the streets there. cars were stuck in some of the flooding because the rain was passing over the same area over and over again for a very extended period of time. cars there trying to drive through the flooding, which you probably shouldn't do. and there's the hail continuing to pile up, and even the hail landing in some of the puddles. so we are going to see some storms today, especially a little farther south of the
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kansas area, down to southwestern texas. you can see the cloud-to-ground lightning there and heavy pockets of rain, but nothing too severe today. we could see the storms continue to move eastward throughout the day into tomorrow. but really, as we go into the upcoming weekend, that's when we're going to see more widespread severe storms possible, especially on saturday across parts of the midwest. basically extending from iowa right down to texas where we could see larger hail and damaging winds. of course, the rain that comes with it, too. we could see as much as two to three inches of rain near southwestern oklahoma. that could lead to some brief flash flooding again if it happens in the same area like we just saw in that video. so heavy rain possible today. mountain snow out west. and also very windy conditions in the southwest. that's a look at
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lit bit of a breeze out of the northwest. keep the temperatures in 60s today. humidity low. 67 for delaware. sunshine and scattered clouds in the lehigh valley. up to 64 degrees this afternoon. for new jersey, 66 degrees, but the wind shifts this afternoon. so bit chillier at the shore. high temperature at 61 degrees with that sea breeze. well into the 60s for the suburbs and philadelphia. have a glareat day. and that's your latest forecast. >> dylan, thank you. coming up, they call it the winter white house. how much are president trump's visits to mar-a-lago costing
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crash on the northbound side. just around church plan road. 95 moving around center city philadelphia. looking good. 26 minutes for drive time. pretty typical. seeing normal delays. also watch for crash on cheltenham. right around old cedarbrook road. judge is expected to rule on whether three teenage girls should be held responsible for the death of a classmate. she died during a fight in the bathroom last april. judge heard the case in a nonjury trial. today is holy thursday. commemorating the last supper of christ. archbishop will celebrate a mass this morning. we'll have another update in 25 minutes. join us every weekday morning. nbc 10 news today from 4:30 to 7:00. today show continues in just a couple of minutes. thanks for watching. have a great day.
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7:30 now on a thursday morning, the 13th of april, 2017. a nice crowd outside again. a nice day in store. we'll get out there in just a couple of minutes. good morning, everybody. inside the studio, here's a look at the headlines. secretary of state rex tillerson left moscow overnight following some tense meetings with russia's foreign minister and vladimir putin. he says the day-long talks led to no progress on the main goal to get the kremlin to back down from its support with the assad regime in syria. president trump weighed in on the u.s./russia relationship during a news conference on wednesday saying it may be at an all-time low. he also reversed course on two key issues from his campaign saying nato is no longer obsolete and that china is not a
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currency manipulator. all right. here's a sight that was waited for for 108 years, the chicago cubs receiving world series rings. it happened at a pre-game ceremony last night. the rings feature the words "we never quit" and 108 stones, yes, one for each year of the team's drought between championships. >> good for them. also today, president trump heads to mar-a-lago once again, this is his seventh trip there since inauguration day. so, how much are the trips costing and who is profiting from them? this morning, nbc news investigates. gabe gutierrez is at the so-called southern white house for us. gabe, good morning. >> reporter: matt, good morning. the white house as well as the department of defense and homeland security won't say exactly how much these trips are costing, but while the white house insists there are no conflicts of interest, ethics watchdogs say the taxpayer-funded trips are to promote a family business and exploiting the presidency for personal gain.
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when barack obama was president, donald trump had harsh words about his travel trips. >> what's better than the white house? why these vacations? you're in the white house, there's so much work to be done. >> reporter: but now mr. trump's traveling often to mar-a-lago, his glitzcy, sprawling, florida estate. also a private club owned by the family business. seven trips since he took office including another one this week. more than half of the weekends. >> i have the southern white house in florida. we get a lot of work done, not a lot of rest at the south white house, a lot of work. >> reporter: who's who of the administration, policy consultants and members of congress, many flown down at taxpayer expense and staying in high-priced rooms in mar-a-lago. plus foreign officials like china's president xi jinping. last week he stayed overnight in a nearby resort and the japanese prime minister shinzo abe and
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robert kraft who traveled on air force one and marine one. how unprecedented is this? >> i can't think of anything like this that we have seen at any time in the modern era. >> reporter: steve soon scooner says what is so different that unlike president busch's trips or president obama's trips to martha's vineyard, he's visiting a privately owned family business to mingle with club owners where he can pay money just to join. >> the president should have invested in properties to begin with. he shouldn't be traveling there on a regular basis on the public's dime and driving business to his own commercial interest. >> reporter: shinzo abe's trip was a personal gift from the president himself and the plan is to do so for other foreign officials. for transportation, secret service protection, military support and the coast guard are all paid for with taxpayers' money.
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the white house won't say exactly how much, but the government accountability office estimated that a weekend trip in 2013 by president obama to chicago and south florida cost about $3.6 million. the cost for air force one alone, $142,000 an hour. >> this is where he goes to see his family, he brings people down there. this is part of being president. >> reporter: but critics including a conservative budget watchdog group say the frequent trips cost too much. >> there's room for improvement. and the president should do well to figure out ways to save money for the taxpayer in the white house operations. and moving them around. >> reporter: every time the president visits, how much does it cost your department? >> it's about $60,000 a day. >> reporter: palm beach county sheriff rick bradshaw says that added up to $2 million since the inauguration. >> we can sustain this a while longer. if it goes many more months, then we have to make decisions on talking with the county to get contingency funds.
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>> reporter: in the eight years of his presidency, barack obama's total costs were at least $97 million. at the current rate, the cost of president trump's travel could well exceed that. but what all this really adds up to, ethics watchdogs say, is a president spending lots of taxpayer money to conduct presidential business while promoting his family's business at the same time. >> this is a privately-owned club. and for all intents and purposes, was just another gulf property in florida before that almost now is something that americans immediately recognize, imagine what you would have to pay to get that kind of brand recognition. that's extraordinary. >> reporter: at the request of senate democrats, the gal will review the mar-a-lago costs to find out if they are fair and reasonable. officials here in palm beach and new york where trump tower are located, when asked when they will be reimbursed, they have not officially heard back. and one local county commissioner is looking into the possibility of extra taxes on the mar-a-lago property to
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possibly recoup some of the money. back to you. >> gabe, thank you very much. let us turn to dylan who is in for al this morning. good morning, again. what do you got? >> we have warm temperatures across the country. we are going to see very much above average temps going into the upcoming weekend. we have the jet stream sitting up across canada that allows all the warm air to come in from the south. so today we're going to see highs in st. louis about 80 degrees. charleston, west virginia, 76. new york city, 64. minneapolis, 67. right around average. going into the weekend, temperatures max out on saturday and 83 in st. louis. charlotte in the lower 80s through easter sunday. new york should get up to 83 degrees by the time we get to sunday. dallas, looking like you'll be in the lower 80s, too. then on monday, it starts to cool off a little bit but still very pleasant, mainly in the 70s and the 80s pushing to the south. and the rain is possible across the plains but nothing too severe. and the windy conditions could spread fires in # # 60s today and
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mumt low. 67 for delaware. sunshine a few scattered clouds on lehigh valley up to 64 degrees this afternoon. for new jersey, 66 degrees, but the wind shifts this afternoon. bit chillier at the shore. high temperature of 61 degrees with that sea breeze. well into the 60s for the suburbs and philadelphia. have a great day. try it out live on "trending." that's exciting. but first, is apple set to revolutionize an entirely new industry? what could be the tech giant's what could be the tech giant's next big thing, ♪ predictable. the comfort in knowing where things are headed.
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back now at 7:41 with a secret plan from tech giant apple to tackle something you may not expect. >> joe pryor is here with this story, good morning. >> reporter: apple has a team of biomedical engineers trying to develop a better way to treat diabetes, technology non-invasive that continuously monitors blood sugar levels. it's a highly challenging endeavor to say the least, but the break through would be the holy grail for battling disease that affects millions. with the iphone, apple revolutionized how we communicate. now with sensors, perhaps in a watch-like device, the tech giant hopes to dramatically improve the life of those with diabetes. >> they are trying to track blood sugar without actually ever piercing the skin and taking blood. >> reporter: cnbc spoke to multiple sources familiar with the project. they say over the last five years, apple has built a team of about 30 experts quietly working in a secret location miles from
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the corporate headquarters. >> a lot of companies and life sciences have tried this before and haven't been able to make it work because it's a really challenging scientific and technical problem. >> reporter: such a break through would be life-changing for this family. >> when i give you a finger prick to check your blood sugar, does it hurt or do you not feel it anymore? >> sometimes it hurts. >> reporter: every six hours they have to prick 6-year-old oscar's skin to check his levels. >> as long as you can be confident it is representing the right blood sugar. >> reporter: more than 29 million americans have diabetes. that's nearly one out of every ten people. many more are pre-diabetic and don't know it. but with better tech not, they might. >> so if you had a very simple tool for assessing your blood sugar levels, that would be very powerful in the diagnosis and hopefully and encouraging people to make the lifestyle changes. >> reporter: according to cnbc, apple founder steve jobs, who died of pancreatic cancer,
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envisioned using wearable technology to monitor key vital signs. the vision now implemented by successor tim cook. >> we want people to be healthier by being more active. >> reporter: since the inception of the apple watch, the company has clearly emphasized its health benefits. >> it's like having a coach on your wrist. >> reporter: apple's not the only tech company trying to tackle diabetes. google has been developing a smart contact lens to measure blood sugar through the eye. all of it welcomed news to families like this. >> if apple were to develop something like that, we would definitely be excited. >> apple declined to comment on the diabetes team. cnbc says the company is conducting very early stage feasibility trials at clinical sites in the bay area. still tech reporter christina barr says any breakthrough is likely years away. >> there are a lot of smart people in this world. >> there are. and i like apple working on something like that. aside from emojis i can choose
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mmm! sheinelle is covering for carson over in the orange room. and this morning she's talking about a big battle on wall street. >> good morning. i can't wait to hear what you think. so there's a war brewing over two statues, the charging bull and fearless girl. the creator of the charging bull which originally put in place nearly 30 years ago to symbolize america's resilience following the stock market crash, says the newly-installed fearless girl statue has changed the meaning of his work and violated his legal rights. the 4-foot tall defiant girl was added a month ago on the eve of international women's day and quickly became a tourist
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attraction and social media sensation representing the lack of gender equality in the workplace. in a press conference on wednesday, he requested the statue not be destroyed but moved to a different location. social media users are seeing both sides of the dispute. one tweet says, the fearless girl statue is already a symbol of strong women struggles. she's offended a man just by getting more attention than him. allen writes, 90% of fearless girl photos also include the bull. i can see the moral rights infringement argument. even new york city mayor bill de blasio weighed in online tweeting, we wouldn't move the charging bull statue if it offended someone. the fearless girl is staying put. the lawyers have filed a lawsuit saying they have hopes the dispute can be resolved ammicbly. guys? >> okay. i think he's right, it absolutely changes the meaning of his statue, because she looks like she's standing up to something menacing. i don't think he has a legal leg to stand on. >> it's like fearless girl,
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charging bull and lame lawsuit. however, i do agree that, you know, he feels like they've changed the meaning. asking it to be moved is a reasonable request, but i don't know he has a legal leg to stand on. what do you think, dylan? >> since the girl is there, i think it is a great idea, but do see how it changes what the bull represented. >> on the other hand, that's art. you put something out into the public arena, it's always going to be subject to somebody's interpretation. >> yeah. >> so if you put a painting next to the mona lisa and the painting's going -- would the artist of the mona lisa say, what the heck? >> let's move that one. sheinelle, thank you. just ahead, we'll introduce you to a remarkable woman using her love of cooking to bring the community together.
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good thursday morning. i'm tracey davidson. let's get right to first alert meteorologist bill henley. >> what a gorgeous morning. beautiful sunshine we're going to get to enjoy it all day long. live view from the adventure aquarium. looking across delaware this morning. cool down overnight with clear skies that moved into the area. starting to see themes move up. already 50 in delaware. 49 in south philadelphia. lehigh valley and suburbs warm up. now let's check the roads. get ready to head out the door. nbc 10 first alert traffic roer reporter jessica boyington. looking bad right now. not a big striez surprise there. crash on the westbound. off-ramp to the boulevard is up ahead. right here. over to the right hand shoulder. at least it's off to the shoulder.
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westbound side still getting by. see eastbound looking slow towards center city as well. wilmington over in delaware watch for crash on 495 headed southbound. there's a crash blocking a few lanes there. today we hope to learn more about two persons of interest in the robbery of an 88-year-old man, a war vet. philadelphia police say he was tied up early yesterday and robbed of his cadillac, safe with $30,000 cash in it and a ring. investigator think the crime was set up by an elderly woman the man had befriended. this morning a crash involving two cars and a house. cars collided sending one into the house. no one was hurt. today is wawa day. chain celebrates very first store it opened in 1964. wawa giving away free coffee today to celebrate. hold a ceremony at its store in 19th and market in philadelphia. >> we'll have another update in 25 minutes. join us weekday morning. i'm tracey davidson.
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it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, all-time low. president trump does not mince words about the u.s. relationship with moscow. >> we're not getting along with russia at all. >> so what is trump's next move? we're live in washington. plus, feeding your faith. craig melvin with a story of one woman's mission to bring people of different religions together one meal at a time. >> there's no better way, i think, to show and welcome somebody into your home than by breaking bread and sharing a meal. and it's a star-studded morning as hollywood legends richard gere and danny devito join us live in studio 1a, "today," thursday, april 13, 2017. ♪
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>> live from our family in sandusky, ohio. >> celebrating 43 years of marriage. >> from wilton, california. >> we love you, mom, from new york city! whoo! ♪ >> a new adventure in new york city! >> happy 13th birthday, avery! >> i love savannah! whoo! good morning, how are you? it is 8:00 on "today." good morning, everybody. it's thursday, april 13th, 2017. and we got another epic crowd on the plaza. i mean, we are running out of adjectives to describe the awesomeness of our crowd. >> you know, it's a little deceivingly chilly out here this morning. >> it is, yes. >> it looks cool but not as warm as we have had the last couple of days. >> we'll be in the 60s this afternoon, it will be nice. >> coming up, our style squad
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searched high and low for the season's hottest new products and accessories. they reveal their top picks. we have a lot to get to in this hour, let us start on this thursday morning with some headlines. here's your news at 8:00. >> reporter: i'm kristen welker at the white house. after three months in office, president trump is sounding different than candidate trump on key foreign issues. he held a press conference with the secretary general where he reaffirmed his support for the alliance and slammed russia for their dictator bashar al assad. this morning tension between the united states and russia is coming to a head. >> right now we're not getting along with russia at all. we may be at an all-time low. >> reporter: the friction coming one week after the united states launched missile strikes against syria's bashar al assad, one of russia's allies. the military action in response to the syrian dictator's deadly use of chemical weapons against his own people. >> that's a butcher.
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that's a butcher. so i felt we had to do something about it. >> reporter: and in a remarkable moment, the president suggesting russia may have known about the chemical attack in advance. >> i would like to think that they didn't know. but certainly they could have. they were there. >> reporter: the strikes against syria creating new fallout for secretary of state rex tillerson. in moscow, america's top diplomat faced scathing criticism from russian officials. >> the current state of the u.s./russia relations is at a high point. >> reporter: the high-stakes game of political chess comes as president trump is changing his mind on key foreign policy issues, sounding much different than the candidate. on wednesday he reaffirmed america's commitment to nato. >> the secretary general and i had a productivie discussion on what more nato can do in the fight against terrorism. >> reporter: a far cry from when he opened criticized the alliance just a few months ago. >> nato, in my opinion, is obsolete i said it is obsolete.
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it's no longer obsolete. >> reporter: and mr. trump is changing his tune on china, telling "the wall street journal" they are not manipulators. >> i will direct my secretary of the treasury to label china a currency manipulator. they are, they know it. >> reporter: the president says he now won't do that because it could jeopardize talks with beijing about how to deal with north korea. observers note the president's sudden reversals could be a sign of steve bannon's waning influence, the embattled white house strategist reportedly feuding with presidential adviser and trump's son-in-law jared kushner with the white house split between the two camps. but press secretary sean spicer is knocking down reports of in-fighting. >> i think a lot of it is overblown what you see in the media. there is going to be a very spirited debate. >> reporter: as for russia, this morning a spokesman for the kremlin called rex tillerson's meeting with president putin fairly constructive.
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meanwhile, as president trump grapples with the foreign policy crises, he heads to mar-a-lago today where he'll spend the easter weekend. savannah? >> kristen welker, thank you so much. a new study shows that a ban on transfats in new york saved thousands of lives by preventing heart attacks and strokes. and the results come as the fda is set to rollout a nationwide ban next year. ann thompson has that story. >> reporter: in some of the foods we crave, fried, sweet and salty, lurks the hidden danger, transfats. they keep foods fresher longer, but clog arteries, driving up the risk of heart attack and stroke. led by new york city over the past decade, 11 counties in new york state banned transfats in restaurants, even though some critics complained about government overreach. now a new study is serving up a slice of humble pie to those who oppose the ban. it finds three years after curbing transfrats, people
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hospitalized for strokes decreased 6% schb. is there nutritional value to transfats? >> no. >> reporter: so the fda will ban transfats in all foods. john torrez says they are not always apparent. do all these items have transfats? >> you never know. you have to look at the label, that's the only way to do it. look for partially hiydrogenize. if you're eating popcorn or chips, those half grams can add up quickly. >> as you know, nobody eats one serving of potato chips. >> reporter: no. making sure our cravings don't cost us our health. for "today," ann thompson, nbc news, new york. weapon turn n turn now to i story for united.
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dr. david dao was forcibly removed from the plane to make room for employees. dr. dao's lawyers filed an emergency court petition for all key pieces of evidence to be preserved. and today, his attorneys are set to hold a press conference where they are expected to reveal whether they will take legal action. now to a battle in the animal kingdom that you do not see every day. its horse versus alligator. a group of onlookers at a state park near gainesville, florida, captured this moment. here we go, the stallion charges at the alligator, stomps and bucks before the gator decides to fight back and takes a bite at the horse's leg. this standoff sent the horse scrambling back to the herd. the gator scrolled off in the other direction. witnesses told authorities about the incident and both animals did not appear to be seriously hurt. but they are going to meet after school and settle this once and for all. >> in the playground, no question. up next, burger king accused of attempted hijacking?
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visit state farm's neighborhoodofgood.com to volunteer in your community. 8:11. great time to trend. we have dylan and sheinelle. >> are you ready, ladies and men? the tell marketing calls are bad and intrusive at dinnertime. there's a new ad to take it to the next level from burger king. it starts like any other commercial you see, but listen to what the guy says at the end. you'll see, burger king is trying to tap into your home's smart tech. listen. >> okay, google, what is the whopper burger? >> if you don't know, okay google will activate google home. it's kind of like alexa. if your device is nearby and heard the commercial, it would light up and start telling you all about the whopper and listing all the ingredients. a lot of people did not care for this. they knew that it did cross a
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line. it's clever advertising. about three hours after the ad launched, google home put a stop to it. >> i always wonder when the alexa commercials come on why my alexa doesn't go off. i don't know if the volume isn't loud enough? >> we had a problem on "today's take," people were tweeting us their device didn't work. >> do you think it crosses the line? >> it's clever but intrusive. how many times in the last month or so have we been in the first half hour of the show covering a story on syria, and she didn't do it this time, but a lot of times siri will jump in in the middle of the show. >> she didn't answer to siri either. >> at first google said it would fix it, but then apparently burger king released additional ads last night that still trigger it. moving on, what is the most common thing you hear after a break-up? we can still be friends. >> i was thinking of something a
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little more -- >> that we can say on tv. but can you really? a philosopher tells the website, the school of life, you probably can't stay friends. it's a set-up for more heartbreak, especially for the person who didn't want to end the relationship in the first place. saying each sighting reignites hope. so what did we do? we surveyed you, our viewer, on this question. 58% of you said, no, you can't be friends. 42% say, yes, you can. >> you think you can stay friends. >> i think it is possible. if you got together and respected and liked each other for the right reasons in the first place. >> i think it depends on what caused the break-up, honestly. >> you said no in the past, too, right? >> i said no because once i caught it off, done. >> cool customer, dylan. cool customer. now to the internet's latest cat craze, it's not a cat video, don't get disappointed, but it's a trick people are playing on their pets.
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it started with this photo, a twitter user revealed something her mom discovered. if you put a rectangle like that one on the floor, your cat will get into it. so this goes viral. everybody has to see, will my cat do it? yes, apparently it does work for many, many cats. >> why? >> why is the question. we called our own "today" show expert, jessica, in to bring her cat. princess is here. has she tried that before? >> princess -- >> she's a little camera shy. >> oh, no, she's going to go back to this box. >> did she see the box? she's out. >> she's out. >> i bet if princess were not in a studio with all these distractions and you did that at home, is it possible that it's a litter box? >> it does make sense. then they are going to go to the bathroom. >> that's true. >> at least you know where they go, right in the little spot. >> put her right next to and see if it happens. >> will she stay?
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box. >> no. >> do me a favor, jess, will you grab princess one second? >> yes, i'll grab her. she's excited to look around. >> because i see your cat, and you have to take her out of here for a second, i see your cat and i raise you a dog. charlie. sit. charlie, place. >> oh, my gosh. >> oh, my gosh. >> yay! >> proving once again that charlie -- >> yay, charlie. >> good boy, sit. what a good boy. oh, best dog in the world. >> i know. >> best dog in the world. >> i'm in love. >> take that, princess. >> exactly. >> if you could adopt charlie right now, you would sign the papers. >> in a heartbeat, absolutely. >> it is love. it is love. >> come on, charlie. let's go back. >> oh, he's adorable. >> good boy. >> what a good dog.
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>> those two are besties. i know. >> sheinelle, "pop start". >> i just want to stare at matt and charlie but we must go on. with the casting round-up, lisa kudrow landed a role in "grace and frankie." she plays the manicurist who gets in between the characters. and josh roland will play cyclops son opposite ryan reynolds. and jim loft will appear in "the beast" sequel playing a younger version of the harry potter character. now to lorde, she vealed fun facts about herself in an interview with "the new york times." the song for her "teenager dream." by katy perry. she goes unnoticed. how does the fly under the radar? lorde says if someone spots
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them, she smiles at them, places a finger to her lips and says, shh, and it works. they leave. >> they probably do. and finally, a little "pop start" game to play at home, buzz feed released a fun quiz, can you guess the musician's middle name? i'm putting you to the test, starting with adele. is her middle name anna belle, brianna hope or laurie blue. >> laurie blue. >> anna belle. >> the answer, laurie blue. >> did you know that? >> no. >> bruno mars, jack, preston or gene. >> is bruno mars his real name? >> that's a fair question. >> i'm going with brune gene. >> the answer is peter gene preston. >> the logic made no sense. >> but you got the right answer. >> exactly. >> how about ed sheeran?
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max, christopher or joseph. >> christopher. >> why is that? you think he looks like a christopher? >> a short name and a long name. >> you know what? you guys are correct. one more, rihanna, robin, rose or rhianna. >> i'm going rose. >> i'm going rhianna. >> it's actually rhianna. her first name is rose. >> that's a trick question. that's not fair. >> what is your middle name? >> clark. >> what is yours? >> do you know my middle name? >> todd. >> good. >> marie. >> yours, sheinelle? >> mine, too. did i know that about you? >> i think it is our age group. >> you are the same person. >> thank you, sheinelle. dylan marie? >> my mom picked marie because dylan is a masculine name and wanted it to be more feminine. >> i like that. >> that was her logic. >> a little something for everybody. >> taking a look at the weather we've had so far this spring, let's look at the 2017 tornado reports. because it has been a very active season.
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we've had 29 states with reports of tornadoes. a lot of those down across the southeast. 13 reported tornadoes in south carolina so far. georgia, in general, though, 104 reported tornadoes. so it has been a very active season. luckily, we're not talking about widespread tornadoes today, although texas with 69 reported tornadoes this year, has the best chance of seeing some stronger storms today. heavier rain through texas up into oklahoma. but we're not looking at a whole lot of severe weather today or tomorrow. takes until saturday before we do start to see severe weather work into parts of iowa and st i'm meteorologist bill henley. the temperatures coming up into the 60s today. a little bit of a breeze out of the northwest. that will keep the temperatures in the 60s today and the humidity low. 67 for delaware. sunshine, a few scattered clouds on the lehigh valley. up to 64 degrees this afternoon. new jersey, 66 degrees. but the wind shifts this afternoon, so chillier at the
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shore. high temperature of 61 degrees with the sea breeze. well into the 60s for the suburbs and philadelphia. have a great day. and you can also find "today" on our sirius channel xm 108. now to a special passover and easter week series we call soul searching today. >> we tell you about a woman using her passion of cooking to bring different faiths to the table. craig melvin has her story, good morning. >> good morning. nice to see you this morning. our faith can divide us but also give us a reason to come together. one muslim woman is opening up her home and engaging her community through food. >> faith is such an important part of my life as demonstrated by the hijab i wear so visibly for people to know that i am a muslim. and i am proud to be a muslim. and this is something that i practice every day. and i hold it near and dear to my heart.
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>> calling for a total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states. >> during the presidential campaign, american-born muslim amanda saab, felt the rhetoric towards muslims had become increasingly uncomfortable. >> i did cry. i was like, oh, my gosh, i can't believe this is happening. i was feeling, like, i needed to do something because i was kind of feeling helpless while watching the news. and all of the things that were being said about muslims and american-muslims, and i wanted to create my own platform to share my experiences. hello! >> reporter: saab and her husband, hussein, took a bold step and opened up their home to total strangers through social media and created a movement, dinner with your muslim neighbor. >> i love cooking. like, there's no better way, i think, to show and welcome somebody into your home than by breaking bread and sharing a meal. >> reporter: their guests are from diverse backgrounds.
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>> reaching out to our black brothers and sisters to make sure they are represented, our christian brothers and sisters, our jewish brothers and sisters, someone from the lgbtq community, just so we have the opportunity to hear their experiences. and we can share and learn from one another. >> reporter: the meal starts with a prayer. >> we always start with a prayer. and it is a traditional muslim prayer. but i think it also helps normalize american-muslims, many people in their faith traditions say a prayer before a meal. so i think it is important to be true to our customs and beliefs at these dinners. >> amen. thank you. >> islam wouldn't be where it was today if it wasn't for a strong, successful woman. my faith plays into my dinners because i'm showing people what american-muslims are like, what islam is like, to be hospitable and generous and kind to our neighbors. >> so why do muslim women choose to wear hijab? >> i think a consistent question
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at every single dinner has been about hijab and what it means for muslim women who cover. it empowers me, it really does. it has people get to know me based on my personality, not on my looks and i love it. it's my flag for my religion and it's beautiful. >> do you think now is like a good time for reform? >> why do you think that has occurred? >> i think we're okay with being vulnerable and put ourselves in a position to be asked difficult questions. >> islam is not believing in imposing anything on anyone. >> hussein and i are two american-muslims, we are not practicing scholars, we are just people who practice a different faith. >> it was great. >> i don't regret coming at all. i feel like i need to keep in touch with these people. >> i think people after they leave the dinner feel more comfortable in talking about things that are sometimes taboo.
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>> thank you so much for coming. >> reporter: saab and her husband have hosted 12 dinners so far. >> we have gotten invitations back to their homes and to their places of worship. so i think it's a lifelong friendship because we shared something so special. thank you so much. >> this is for you. >> reporter: by bringing neighbors of different faiths together, the saabs hope to share more understanding of each other. >> i think it's absolutely incredible to know that we can make even the smallest difference in our own little community. i want people to know that american-muslims are just like all other americans. we're in this together. and i think the success of this country and our world is in our unity and diversity and embracing that. >> so as you can see, amanda and hussein, even give their guests desserts as they leave. the dinners have been such a success, they are now working on a "how-to guide" to help others host dinners fo.
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food always brings us together. >> it's a great way to ask questions you may not be able to ask otherwise. >> very approachable in that sentiment. >> and they have become friends! >> if you're there and curious and wanting to make that connection, that sets a nice tone to it. and like you said, food. food is good. >> food, music, occasionally a little alcohol. there are very few things that bring us together. >> let me get this right, now you're doing food bringing people together over faith. earlier it was beer. >> can you see a theme has emerged? >> there's a thread here. a good segway because we have a tease for tomorrow's, which is two friends what are really defying their limitations. and look at this, taking their faith to new heights. very cool. still ahead, danny devito. that's all you need to say. danny devito, live in our studio. but first, on a
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it's 8:26. good morning. i'm tracy davidson. let's find out about the weather for the day with first alert meteorologist bill henley. he has your most accurate neighborhood forecast. >> for a beautiful spring day. sill chilly outside in the suburbs and lehigh valley. 48 degrees. clouds passing by. no rain clouds today. those clouds will be clearing out for sunshine. 61 degrees at 2:00 this afternoon. it will warm up to 64 in the lehigh valley. a little bit warmer for the rest of the area with one exception. the shore will get a sea breeze, keeping temperatures in the low 60s this afternoon. >> let's find out where the slow spots are on the roads. nbc 10 first alert traffic reporter, jessica boyington, has that. >> tracy, watching the schuylkill expressway. big delays. first an accident on the
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westbound side. traffic doing better moving by that scene, even though it is still slow. eastbound, bad delays. moving back towards center city, 47 minutes eastbound from the blue route to the vine. and speeds down to the teens. earlier this disabled truck on the vine street expressway as well moving through center city causing some of this backup. up toward the vine we see that sloan. back to you. camden county holding a veterans job square today at the bb&t pavilion. more than 150 employers will be there. the fair is open to vets, active military, guard and reserve members and military spouses. and here's a live look at the link in the south philadelphia sports complex, which could soon be home to a philly-themed sports museum. a fund-raiser will raise money. it will hold unique and rare items from the philly sports teams. we'll have another update in 25 minutes. you can always stay updated throughout the day with the nbc 10 app. ♪
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we're back now, 8:30 on this thursday morning. and we got this great crowd outside on the 13th day of april, 2017. and these people turn their eyes toward the studio, they are in for a treat. because we've got a couple of hollywood legends in our studio. hi, everybody. welcome. >> we sure do. hello. richard gere is here. we are so excited to have him here. he has the latest role different than anybody he's ever done. >> and danny devito is trying something new, broadway. he'll tell us about that. then the "today" style squad assembled to bring you their favorite new trends of the season. but first, we have a special interview to tell you about. and dylan, you're going to like this new. the new england patriots head
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coach bill belichick sat down with cnbc contributor suzy welch and opens up about the miracle come-from-behind win, his career, his family and his relationship with the guy you love, tom brady. >> just a little. >> you've had a long and unbelievable partnership with tom brady. what are your thoughts on tom brady? >> a really special player to coach. works very hard. he's very smart. he's training hard, he's worked hard on his throwing mechanics, he's worked hard on his mental understanding of the game and process. he's earned everything that he's achieved, but he wasn't always there. he's not a great natural athlete. he's a very smart, instinctive player. >> but he could be arguably the best of all time. >> absolutely. it's not all about that, but it's about consistency and improving. if you work hard and understand what you need to do, you can improve.
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>> the coach opens up about a lot of subjects. you can see more of the interview with coach belichick on "today" on cnbc's "power lunch" from 1:00 to 3:00 p.m. eastern. and also on cnbc.com. dylan? i know what i'll be doing at 1:00 this afternoon. let's take a look at what is going on heading into the weekend. on friday we'll see scattered showers and some isolated thunderstorms through the midwest. also some mountain snow out west. the northeast does look nice with temperatures in the 60s. it gets unsettled for the interior northeast on saturday. severe storms for iowa and texas on saturday with damaging hail and wind gusts. then easter sunday, a really warm day up and down the east coast with temperatures running about 15 to maybe 20 degrees above average in the lower 80s. we'll see some wet weather in parts of the midwest again with scattered showers and storms in and around chicago, up through indiana and into ohio as well. on the west coast, we'll deal with another storm system bringing more rain and mountain snow, especially to oregon and
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good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. plenty of sunshine today. a pretty good warmup, too. a little bit above normal. 67 degrees for this afternoon in philadelphia. sunshine in the suburbs. a high of 65. and a northwesterly wind in new jersey. 66 degrees. but that wind becomes southerly at the shore. that's a sea breeze. it means very low 60s for the show. but inland, lehigh valley and delaware, warm well into the 60s. have a great day. and that is your latest forecast. mad? >> dylan, thank you. hollywood legend richard gere is with us now. in the new movie "norman: the moderate rise and tragic fall of afixer,".
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take a look. >> you're looking like a maniac. >> this is bad for america, bad for jews, it is bad for everybody. >> that's right. i want to help. >> how can you help? this is a political war going on 7,000 miles from here. they are going to use this story to take him down. there's nothing you can do about it. don't get involved. it's too big. >> richard, good morning, good to have you here. >> you, too. >> it's really good. >> i said, he hasn't seen the movie. no, it's okay, trux st me, it's really good. >> i understand. i got to meet the director a second ago. >> joseph is getting very shy. joseph, are you here? joseph! >> he doesn't want to come out. he doesn't want to be seen with you. >> no makeup, no nothing. he's got the leather jacket on. joseph! >> you said to him when he first came to you about this project that if you were directing this movie, you would not cast you in it. >> absolutely not. >> why not? >> no, because it was -- you haven't seen the movie yet.
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but when you see the movie, you'll know why. he's a shlub. his instincts are completely different than mine. so really, it went from starting from ground zero to build this character. >> as a matter of fact, they took steps to not make you as handsome as you normally are. and i thank you for showing up in character. that's really good of you. what did they do to you? >> well, it was they, it sounds like there was a team of they getting hysterical all over me, but it was -- you know, joseph wanted to change -- he spent a day, which is usually what i do, i give people a day to play and do whatever they want. and then in the end, i decide what i'm going to do. he said, okay, i want a day to play. so he put funny eyebrows on me and hairline back and mustache. it all looked ridiculous to me. and i had seen, i had just come back from india, and a friend of mine, a wonderful indian actor,
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he had a poster of his latest movie. and it was a goofy movie. and the poster had his ears sticking out. and i said, all this is ridiculous. what about this? and he went -- that's it. so you'll see in the movie that my ears are a little more protruding than in real life. >> well, we talk about a fixer, we use fixers in our business, as the people who kind of grease the wheels and they connect people. is that the right definition for this guy? >> yeah, but he's not really a fixer, he's a maha. >> explain what that means. >> he wants to be a fixer, basically. >> he's a wannabe. >> fixer sounds like he actually does it. but this guy is on the periphery of things that are happening. people who have money or power or influence or whatever, i know you have no one like that around you. >> i was going to ask you, do you have a norman in your life? >> there are no normans in this life. >> no. >> everyone is looking at each
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other. >> is he a pathetic character? >> you know, there's a -- no, he's not pathetic. i don't find him pathetic. i find him very human. and i find his situations -- we continually see him being humiliated. and joseph has allowed us to feel that with him at certain times in this movie. i think there's a chaplain-esque quality to this guy. he's kind-hearted and everything he says is a complete untruth or half untruth. but he believes his own fantasies of these schemes that ultimately -- he does believe it's going to make everyone happy. >> well, as you say, it is really good, take my word for it. >> joseph, come here, quick. >> just come in for a shot, joseph. he's not going to let you go without coming in. >> and i'm going to dominate the rest of the show until you do. >> you were looking for norman so -- >> yo receive wrote and directed this wonderful movie i'm very proud of. >> thank you, richard.
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okay, i can go now, right? >> congratulations. i read something and sometimes these aren't right, that you are starting to choose roles based a lot on can they keep you home and close to family here in new york, is that true? >> we talked about this before, the last time i saw you. i have a 17-year-old son and figure i have, maybe another year or two that i'm going to be really in his life. and so, i don't know, four or five, six years ago -- >> do you turn away a lot of things that require travel? >> i say, i like the script, i like you guys, if you can do it in new york, i'll do it. but they say, it costs too much. then i say, then i'll basically do it for free. then they go, oh, okay. >> you're coming back in a couple weeks. >> i have another movie. this is hysterical, two movies and another one in the parking lot. >> and embarrassment of riches. >> i apologize to everyone. >> "norman" opens in theaters tomorrow. just ahead, another star we
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love. danny devito. >> i love danny. hey, danny. >> hey, how are you doing, guys? >> but first, this is "today" on nbc. now you're excused.
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back now with a bright new face on the great white, danny devito. after 50 years in movies, tv shows, he's making his debut in arthur miller's "the price." >> he plays gregory solomon praising assets from the family home of two estranged brothers and will stoop to any level to get the best price. >> i think maybe you got a few nice pieces. not that the rest can't be sold, but it will take a year, year and a half, and that, for me, is a big bet. i don't know what to tell you. >> okay, let's forget it. >> why are you jumping?
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>> danny devito, good morning. >> good morning. >> i love how we say you're a bright new face because on broadway, you are. this is your debut. >> yeah. >> why does that surprise me? >> so much fun. >> why does -- >> yeah. >> well, i'm a new york guy, i have done theater, years and years ago, before i went to do movies and television, and, you know, did off-broadway, off-off broadway, summerstock, children's theater, all that good stuff, but never broadway. >> it's arthur miller, too. >> oh, baby. >> so the dialogue, if people aren't familiar -- >> it's amazing. >> it's intense dialogue. you can't just phone this in. >> no, it's intense. and you also can rely on it. it's a great play because, when you have that kind of construction and dialogue from a master like arthur miller, you know, it's -- it's challenging, but it's also a wonderful safety net. because the words are like, just so great. >> it's capable of interpretation, too.
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because i had heard that, in some incarnations of this play, some stagings of it, your character went in more of a darker direction. you don't exactly do it that way. >> no, i keep it -- solomon is 90 years old. he's seen it all. he's -- he comes into this situation, and there's conflict in the family. but really what i want is the furniture. i mean, i'm on a furniture deal, i'm trying to get a good price. it's interesting, ironic, i've been away from the stage for so long, i mean, i did "the sunshine boys" in london, but it brought, you know, solomon's been out of business for a while, too. so it's kind of -- because he comes back to it. he's brought -- he's all of a sudden taking on such a load. >> is he a crook? >> no, no. >> is he trying to dwindle men out of money at all? >> no, he's trying to make a great deal. and he makes -- he's trying to make a great deal. you come see the show, he makes a pretty good deal.
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>> the reviews say you're a scene stealer. and there's a scene, in particular, featuring eggs. >> well, this is in the play. arthur miller is -- the idea is i'm 90 years old, he gives me an argument and i can't -- i say, okay, i'm going to buy the furniture. and then -- he says, i'll give you a good price. i sit down and i take out an egg out of my bag. >> out of your briefcase, you peel it right there, okay. you peel it and then you jam it into your mouth. >> we may just have a couple of eggs right here. >> we have done our calculations. you eat an egg a show, eight shows a week, you have already eaten more than 60 eggs. and if you stay, the desired amount of time, you'll eat something like 120 eggs. >> 120 eggs. >> do you like eggs? >> i love eggs. see, in the beginning, just before rehearsal, i usually get up in the morning and make a couple scrambled eggs. so i just stopped doing that now. even when i go to work. it is really cool.
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>> you're on lipitor. >> you need to support the show and the sponsors. but it's an interesting thing, you want to see it? >> we do. >> well, the egg is in the briefcase. so we have a paper bag here. and what i do is, i have a cane, so i take the -- i take it and crack it on stage. and now, by now, the audience is like, beside themselves, because they don't know what to think. and mark doesn't know, mark rufulo, who is wonderful in the play, let's see. >> i hear he cracks up every night. >> so i peel it, right? and then, he says, i can't remember the dialogue of what he says, and i say, well, you give me such an argument that i got hungry. so then i start eating. and this is all. i said, what do you want me to do, stop? we have dialogue.
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and then -- there wouldn't be a little salt, would there? and, you know, this is a morning show, so i haven't had my egg yet. >> you can have another one today, though. >> yeah. what is today, thursday? yesterday i had two. wednesday was a bad day. long story short, that's what happens. and we, you know, and -- it is very interesting. it is very interesting on stage, i spit through it. a couple nights ago, he had a piece of white on his cheek that he couldn't get off. the audience likes that because it's like -- you can't, you know, milk it, because otherwise, this is arthur miller. you have to get back into the meat of the play. but, you know, it is really -- serious stuff. but try eating and talking. why don't you try it? >> it's hard.
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>> you get back into it. sometimes, like, i got -- one night i got a piece of -- sometimes you can't get it all off and you have to keep the play going. i got one stuck, choked for ten minutes, the audience loved it. broadway history. >> broadway is a better place because of you. it's great to have you on. >> thank you very much. >> danny, good to see you. we want to tell people "the price" runs through may 14th. check him out, he'll have eaten 120 eggs here at the american airlines theater here in new york. coming up next, from fashion to beauty products, the season's best of the best according to our style squad. but first, this is "today" on nbc. vanessa: i got hurt and was given painkillers. by the time the drugs ran out, i was addicted. it happened so fast. i ended up on the streets, where the drugs are cheaper and easier to get. i was a full blown heroin addict, selling my soul to get high. when i realized i needed help i didn't know where to go.
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told them to bring us the latest fashion accessories and finds. we have some jeans here that come with embroidery. >> we are calling these statement jeans. the average american woman owns seven pairs of jeans. this is the eighth pair you want to add to your closet. look for embroidery. even pearl details here, even fun like pom-pom tassels at the hemline. we have the ruffle detail. and the great thing is there is something for everyone. you said maybe this is a little too trend forward for you with the short-shorts. >> i wasn't sure about these. >> but if you want to do something for subtle, do tonal. so embroidery is tonal on denim. super cute. >> i need mom statement jeans. >> and these are all from lulu.com. tons of fun options. >> i have to get to the blue eyeshad owe. talk to me. >> this is a beautiful pot that
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you can use makeup forever. mark jacobs and loreal. but the reigning queen of blue eyes is pat mcgrath. she did an amazing blue eye on bella and gigi hadid. it was a little extreme. so my gorgeous friend katie is showing us how to use the pat mcgrath kit to create a more subtle wash of blue. >> it's beautiful. >> and she added a little bit of gloss to the eyes, which is also a huge trend for makeup. >> okay, i love that. we're almost out of time. tell me about the glasses. >> it's all about the clear aviators. we love them for sunglasses and now they are back for eyewear. >> prescription? >> prescription or just put a fake pair of lenses in them. you have them from rayban and asos starting in at $20. get in on the trend and look fantastic. >> thank you so much. let's go over to bobby. i'm with bobbie thomas. your first fashion find everywhere, these oxford shirts. >> i love the updated classic. but there's one thing you can't avoid this season, the
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button-down. that's exciting because that means you might already have the trend in your closet. or if you're looking for the update, there are so many styles to choose from. from exaggerated sleeves to open necklines, like what i'm wearing. >> and we can all wear them. this is something flattering for everybody. >> and you'll find them in every price point. over on the mannequins you see one from zara that looks like a deconstructed shirt dress and mixed materials from elizabeth and james that revolve. so many options from stella mccartney to dkny. it's really about your personality. some could be too fashion forward, but the basic button-down is great on its own. >> talk to me about this fragrance cocktail. >> a lot of brands realized a signature scent is amazing, but to give you more for your buck, penrose, molog and mixcology wi allow you to take your favorite
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scent. and you can mix it. >> then you don't smell like everybody else. >> and the oversized plastic sunglasses like the jackie o. are classic, but push the cla plastic aside and you'll see so many great rimless. >> they are thin. >> really lightweight, flat. these are quay and la speck. all these pics are online and more. >> dylan, over to you. >> i'm with jill martin dressed fun the occasion. track suits are back. >> sex she, sporty, chic. you're looking sporty. >> with wheel heels. >> these are just some of the options from adidas. each piece is under $100. my beauty pick, i love this. this is fresh flowers. and you make it into a headband. >> and i love all the festivals right now. everyone is wearing these. >> and look how pretty that is. these are real flowers, but you can get ones at h&m for under
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$10. they are also having a sale. fabulous. based on the iconic bags, the panam bags, all different it rations, you can put this in your purse and they have white, blue, all different sizes. so you are ready to go with these three. >> i love it. a throwback here on many levels. jill, thank you so much. we have wild card trends exclusively for the web, including something called a marshmallow whip maker for your face. head to facebook.com/todayshowstyle right now. and we are back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc.
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the flowers are real. smell? >> nice nbc 10 news starts now. good morning. i'm vai sikahema. 9:00. another gorgeous spring day. let's get to first alert meteorologist bill henley. >> a great day for a walk on the beach, which is some folks' idea at cape may. this is near the lafayette hotel. a sunny view this morning, staying sunny all day. at the shore, the winds will shift. a sea breeze this afternoon will keep the shore a little bit cooler than the rest of the area. right now, those winds are 14
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miles per hour, in wildwood, a northerly wind for philadelphia. dry air coming into play. that's why we started off cooler. up to 52 degrees in philadelphia. 54 on the shore. and 50 in the lehigh valley. it's the suburbs that are still a bit chilly this morning. bill, thank you. today a judge is expected to rule on whether three teenaged girls should be held responsible for the death of a classmate. amy joiner francis died at howard high school and technology following a fight in a bathroom last april. the judge heard the case in a nonjury trial. the nbc 10 app for updates from court. and philadelphia police are investigating a crash that sent a car slamming into a house in philadelphia's east oak lane neighborhood. police say it happened after one car collided with another car ahonoring sheltonham avenue. the driver of one of the cars tells us her steering wheel locked up as she drove. into no one was hurt here.
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today is holy thursday, commemorating the last supper of christ. as we look at the basilica of st. peter and paul, where the archbishop will celebrate a mass at 10:00 this morning. wawa day, the very first store opened in 1964. wawa giving away free coffee and will hold a ceremony at 19th and market in philly. nbc 10 and telemundo, our exclusive television partners. more news in 25 minutes.
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this morning on "today's take," we have cohost adam richman making us an easter sunday ham. we hit the ice with hockey greats, mike richter and pat lafontaine. and excellent holiday ideas for kid crafts and games. all that and more coming up now. >> from nbc news, this is "today's take." live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. good morning. welcome to "today" on this thursday morning, april 13th, 2017. i'm sheinelle along with dylan and our guest co-host this morning, the celebrity chef and tv host, adam richmond. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> we are listening to "cheap thrills" by sia.
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>> i'm down with that. >> that was pretty good. you just moved your head, everything else stayed -- >> okay. >> well, celebrity chef week continues. you're the man who has taken on food and emerged victorious, right? adam richmond. i didn't realize you grew up in new york city. >> i'm a brooklyn kid, yeah. >> is that why you think you're so exposed to all different types of food. >> that's sort of the beauty of the five boroughs, you can go to astoria and have an authentic greek meal or go to fleshing and wave hill in the bronx. in new york we embrace that and we are kind of savvy. you can be an irish kid from rockaway who knows a lot about vietnamese soup. that's the beautiful thing about being a new yorker. >> that's true. you are having a full circle moment, too. because the producers said you used to visit the plaza as a kid, the "today" show area. >> i did. i have a very amazing mom who is at home right now and no doubt
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watching. oh, i'm sure she's dvring. i'm sure she is telling everybody, adam is talking about me right now. but she says, i hate when you impersonate me on television. but i've grown up watching al and heard him say, here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. so to have any kind of friendship with al or matt is tremendous. and the fact i'm sitting here with you is the best. >> all the celebrity chefs this week have been signing different copies of their books or what have you. you have your cookbook. >> i do. "straight up tasty." >> "straight up tasty". >> a costaster for three jumbo beverages. >> so it's multipurpose. >> i'm happy to sign this for you. >> you have been all over the world. what is the craziest thing you have eaten?
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>> i would say, i get asked this a lot, and depending upon when i'm asked the answer changes, but generally i'm going to say moose nose. i think moose nose -- >> is it tough? i would feel it would be chewy. >> it makes your entire filet mignon. but, like, the thing is it was something i learned from my mentor at travel channel, andy zimmer, for us, it's like, you're eating a nose. that's gross. but the thing is, i think, you have to realize that for other people, this is a way of life. this is a food that is a delicacy. in fact, a nose is sort of a very prized sought-after part in areas like -- >> in large quantifities or pieces? >> whoever wants to o.d. on nose. >> how do they serve it? do you saute it? >> the guy actually told me, don't worry, i boiled it down and brushed it really good to get the hair off. i chewed it so long he gave me a beer to wash it down. i was in alaska. i sat it down in the ground in the snow and chewed so long it
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had become slush. like a beer slurpie. >> can you imagine? >> that sounds delicious. >> that sounds delightful. >> my jaw is so ripped. >> you have a very defined jaw line right now. >> you are also involved in common threads, a charity, talk to me about their mission. >> absolutely. so common threads, simply put, raises awareness for childhood nutrition. and i'm one of the people promoting a series, a one-night series of dinners across the u.s. we are in l.a., miami, new york, austin. but the simple fact is, most kids, obviously, one in three kids is obese, but beyond that, some kids can't identify broccoli. so the idea of putting nutritional education, nutritional incentives in schools and creating partnerships with educational entities such that kids, especially in underserved communities, can have better nutritional awareness and better access to better food. and i'm sponsoring these dinners. i'm with two other great people, chefs like fabio, it will be amazing.
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so if you go to commonthreads.org, you can coming and have amazing dinners. >> awesome. >> i think you're right. so you guys have had chefs on this whole week, and ryan scott was here yesterday. so i wasn't here to witness this whole hairstyle battle. but there is apparently a hair -- look at this going on. >> so this is his old do on the left. and this is his current do on the right. i still say that the picture on the right, it's better in person, but that is his do. we started the twitter question about the old do versus the new do? and here to join us via phone is chef ryan scott. good morning to you, ryan. >> hi, everybody, how are you? >> oh, no, you don't sound excited. is he back on the west coast? >> no, the producer is smiley face emoji all over my e-mail, you know what that means. >> are you ready for the results? >> i just scrambled some moose nose and had coffee so i'm ready to get to it. >> cheers. >> here's the deal, these are the results.
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70% of people prefer your old hair! >> why? i literally need to go see my therapist right now. >> cut it out. >> here's the thing, you made the comment you would cut your hair on the show. so you just let us know what day is good for you. so sorry. i'll save some of your hair and put it in a lock or something. >> that would be creepy. you just took everything to a whole new level. she gets very attached to her co-hosts, adam, so watch out. >> i care about each one of you. i tried to root for you. i feel like he had a nice look with the glasses and everything. >> the whole look together, live in person -- >> come on, now. >> i love your shirt in that photo. i'm just gel soujealous. i'm fighting the flesh yamika
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every day. >> that's a good description. >> thank you very much. it can withstand a bullet, wind tunnel, very macho hairstyle. >> guess we'll see you soon, buddy, when you come here. >> i'll bring the moose nose. >> yes, buddy. all right, see you all soon. >> all right, thank you. every thursday morning i wake up and look forward to dylan's throwback pictures because she has a treasure chest of old school photos. >> which i noticed you tapped into old photos because you posted two throwbacks this morning. >> i did. well, it was your fault. this is the thing, i post current ones two or three years old. but dylan has things from the 1920s. so i have to, like -- >> i wasn't born in the 1920s. but -- >> you look great for being born then. >> let's take it back to the late '80s or early '90s. this was early easter. i got my big easter basket. do we have the photo? this is a classic easter basket. if you can't see in that picture, there's big league chew
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in there. which was very -- >> who is in the witness protection program on the right? >> my poor mom. this is probably at 6:00 in the morning. so the last thing she wanted to do is take a picture. but notice the stenciling on the wall in the background. notice the zip-up house coat. there's a lot going on. i was a big fan of house coats. clearly my mom was, too. >> so cute. >> or bathrobes as they called them, most people call them. >> house coat, i'm not familiar with that. big chew, you remember that? you can only take a little bit at a time. >> it was great. >> they still make that? >> big chew or big league chew. big league chew pouches of shredded gum? oh, my god, it was amazing. amazing flavor for six bites and then you just have a wad of mulch. >> it's a good exercise for your jaw. >> i'm ripped. >> another throwback, sheinelle, i don't know if you remember, i was on maternity leave, but back in the day, you and nick lachey, you started singing songs. >> that's right. >> from tevin campbell. take a look. ♪ tell me what you want me to
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do ♪ ♪ my love is always here for you ♪ ♪ whoa ♪ tell me what you want me to do ♪ >> who sings that song? >> that's tevin campbell. >> then he should keep singing it. >> just to raise your embarrassment to a whole new level, tevin campbell is on the premesis, ladies and gentlemen. we've got him here because sunday is your birthday. >> no way! >> oh, my god! ♪ my love is always here for you ♪ >> i had no idea i was going to marry you. ♪ tell me what you want me to do noti ♪ >> oh my -- oh, my gosh, my heart is pounding. i used to take your lyrics, write them down and put them on
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my wall. so there was one that used to say, ♪ one day i'll make it in the big city ♪ ♪ and i'll be looking for a girl who's pretty ♪ ♪ one day i'll make a play and she'll say okay because i plan to be a cool kitty ♪ [ applause ] >> that's aamazing. >> oh, my goodness. can we take a picture? you can read everything else. >> oh, happy birthday, sheinelle. the producers here love to spoil you. >> okay. wait -- >> i'll do it. give me one of the looks and i'll do it. coming up, adam is here to show us the ultimate breakfast, cooking an egg and avocado. and the wolf huffed and puffed... like you do sometimes, grandpa? well, when you have copd, it can be hard to breathe. it can be hard to get air out, which can make it hard to get air in. so i talked to my doctor. she said...
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what's the problem, ma'am? i have a serious issue with the candy that that easter bunny gave my son. candy? i told you, he bit me first! the kid bit me first! he just walked into my mouth! i can't think. back now with more of "today's take" and our celebrity chef and tv host adam richman. i can't -- >> that's really him. >> you stay in your heart bubble. and adam and i will talk about kitchen hacks. i've always wanted to try this one and have never done it. >> okay, so these are parmesan bowls. do them with romano if you want a lacy look or the parmesan holds together. so i'm going to put more. you want a cart quarter to half an inch, greater than the circumference than the bowl itself. you want it to stick out longer than that. then what i'm going to do is i have a little bit of parchment
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paper. use really good parchment paper. throw it in the microwave for 60 seconds. pardon me, music legends. >> i didn't know there were differences with parchment paper. i use it but it doesn't work well. i don't think i use the good stuff. >> the cool thing is you can reuse the same piece of parchment paper. so you don't just buy this for one recipe. you can nook it. every time i look to my right, tevin camp bell is there. he's name-checked like the first record. that's tevin campbell. i know a thing or two. >> and you have a heart bubble. >> that's so funny. >> that's quick. >> super quick. >> have you ever purchased parchment paper in your life? >> i have. >> so we are going to upend, put the bowl here and turn it over. >> i love that you put the olives in it for a salad or
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anything. >> and just peel it just like this. and you can, actually, i made the cheese a little thin on this one. and you can shape it by putting another bowl on it, melting more cheese on it, and it will hold the shape, exactly. >> i love this. >> salad, super duper easy, a fun way to serve a salad or side dish. >> we have to get to this one because it is delicious. avocado with an egg. >> i'm an avocado junkie as these people can attest with my avocado socks. >> can you raise them high? >> i can. >> this is a disaster waiting to happen. >> that is sexy. that's the shot they always want in the morning. all right, so we're going to taken a avocado, make a ring of aluminum foil so it stays upright. crack the egg directly right inside, broil it for five minutes and then treat it with paprika. exactly, just brush it with a little olive oil. and then devito may have eaten all the raw eggs. >> we already cracked it for
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you. >> i'm not dissing. i love "taxi." we have paprika and pepper. >> for any time, huh? >> any time. completely ease, broil it five minutes, comes out like this, lime zest, done and done. >> ketchup and barbecue sauce. >> or hot sauce. >> right? a new recipe. >> there's the heart. love it. i didn't have time for weather because we haveoo much love in t good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. plenty of sunshine. a little bit above normal. 67 degrees for this afternoon in philadelphia. sunshine in the suburbs. a high of 65. you'll see a northwesterly wind in new jersey. 66 degrees. but that wind becomes southerly at the shore. that's a sea breeze, means very low 60s for the shore. but inland, lehigh valley and delaware, warm well into the 60s. have a great day.
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on e.'s much buzzed about script "the arrangement," we get to watch the lead character for a lead role opposite a megastar of josh henderson. >> and she gets a marriage proposal that comes with a contract and $10 million. >> but the situation is complicated to say the least, including past relationships. take a look. >> oh, come on, don't be roller shy. >> it's not that. i seriously haven't done this in years. >> kyle, the point is, it's adorable that you're trying at all. it doesn't matter if you're good. >> it totally matters. you make it look like you make a fool of yourself and you kill it. that's the bit. >> that seems like a lot of pressure. >> yeah. >> it's national tv. that's what they want.
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that's weird. she never calls me. >> that east okay if you want to answer. go ahead. answer it. >> christine and josh, thank you for being here. let's start, you have a huge announcement. go for it. >> very exciting. go ahead. >> we are going to season two. >> congratulations. >> congratulations. >> it's very exciting. it is always great to not only have a show people are talking about and watching, but that they are liking it and we get to bring another season. >> and continue the story. >> you're in the middle of the first season now. >> that's right. >> yes. >> a lot of twists happening. will people be surprised by the ending of this season? >> people are going to be shocked. i was shocked. you were -- it ends in such a way where, you know, people are tested and you have no idea where it's going to go. >> it's an atomic bomb being dropped on everyone. it really is. it's nuts. like the ending -- no one is
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going to see it coming. this show is going to continue to get more intense, more dangerous and dark. >> dangerous and dark? >> oh, yeah. >> people unravel a lot. we have, so far, episode seven, which is next sunday, is my favorite. and inner demons come out. and it gets kind of ugly. >> because you both have mysterious pasts, your characters, i should say, not you guys in real life. talk to me about how your fans reacted. off camera, we were talking about it with our crew here, this show has been able to breakthrough when there are so many shows out right now, but people love "the arrangement." what is it about it and what are you hearing? >> everyone wants to hear about hollywood and what happens behind the scenes and how it is very intriguing. but these are real characters. and you want to know why kyle is involved in an institute, like he is, or why is megan signing a contract? it's kind of like -- you kind of question it yourself, too. would i do something like this? would i sign a contract? >> i think the answer is yes, but go ahead.
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>> i went to drama school and remember sitting in the audition rooms with a bunch of other stocky, dark-haired dudes. and i saw you in the early audition scenes and i'm like, hitting very close to the bone. for you guys now playing someone with so much fame and obviously playing someone that is kind of on the come-up, do you find any touch-tones from the struggle days, from the hi, here's your read for romeo? >> a little too real. >> this business is a business of rejection. that's something you have to get used to. and, you know, we have both ben through that as actors and actresses. but kyle west is now in a point where he can do whatever he wants film-wise and his life is kind of crazy. so megan morrison coming into his life and bringing reality back to his life is something refreshing for him. but our audience is going on this ride of, like, people are obsessed with tabloids and are obsessed with stories and everything else. so this is kind of the show about that world. and people are really addicted to it. >> well, congratulations on the
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♪ nbc 10 news starts now. good morning. i'm vai sikahema. just about 9:30. let get to meteorologist erica martine with your most accurate neighborhood forecast. >> we are tracking mostly clear skies right no and temperatures in the upper 60s. we have developing clouds later in the day. overall, a nice stretch about weather. easter, we have rain moving in and possibly some isolated thunderstorms. of course, if you follow us on social media, we will keep you updated. 83 your expected high temperature. beyond that, 70s on monday. 60s on tuesday and a chance of showers for next wednesday into thursday. for right now, let's enjoy this really mild, fair weather. we are tracking again showers for easter. vai, back to you. >> erica, thank you.
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today we hope to learn more about two persons of interest in the robbery of an 88-year-old war veteran. philadelphia police say he was tied up early yesterday and robbed of his car, a safe with $30,000 cash and a ring. investigators think the crime was set up by a woman. the early early victim had befriended. philadelphia police investigating a crash that sent a car slamming into a house. police say a car slammed into this house after it collided with another car along cheltenham avenue. the driver tells us her steering wheel locked up as she was driving. no one was hurt. new jersey has lifted drought warnings across most of the state. officials say snow and rain has replenished the reservoirs. a drought warning remains in effect. i'm vai sikahema. another update for you in 25 minutes. always get the latest news and
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okay, so true story. adam is here with me, adam is trying to get his gear on, we are here at the rockefeller center beginning the stanley cups playoffs with the boston bruins mascot and the blue crew. hi, guys. take a look are arguably three of the best nhl players of all time. so with six-time stanley cup champ mark mastie, mark richter and pat lafontaine. and we are standing besides the holy grail itself, the stanley cup. good morning to you guys. >> good morning. >> so here's the plan, i'm supposed to run across the street, i had heels on, i was supposed to put my, what do you call them, my skis, my ice skates -- so i didn't make it. so i have to do my moves from
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here. adam has been terrified all morning long. come on over, adam. he's having to be held up. >> born to do it. >> are you going to make it? come on over. >> yeah, sure. isn't this how you take the ice, mike? this is how most goalies do it, right? >> what could go wrong? >> if you look at this, i don't know if i'm allowed to touch it. does it bring back memories for you guys? >> sure, man. this is the best time of year. >> they are turning in, the skates, they are slowly turning in. >> this is a great time to get going as a rangers fan. >> i speak for all new yorkers in '94, a day doesn't go by where we don't remember where we were or what was happening. >> any playoffs for this season? >> i'm out of predictions. >> does everybody ask you that all the time? >> the rangers got off to a great start. for this time of the year, it's christmas morning for us. we play all year for this moment. >> so you're still out there,
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you're still playing, you know, in your spare time. do you get out there and still have a good time? >> we are a little slower but still enjoy the game. >> you may be slower, but you're better than i am in heels, i tell you what. adam, are you ready? >> he looks ready. >> you might want to help him out. >> what's thelingo to score a goal? >> we'll give him some tips. >> he's going to give you some tips, adam, are you ready? >> not without a little bit of mike richter guy danidance. >> you look great. nothing bad can happen whatsoever, right? pucks don't hurt, unless they hit you. you did the first thing, be late, so you seem important. >> i wasn't late. i just don't know how to walk on the ice. >> and the other thing is, you just stand there. goalies just stand there. if it scores, always point at your defenseman. >> i'm trying to, like, i'm
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seeing her as -- i'm throwing it back right now to great moments, acrobatics, do i go knees down? what is the best -- first of all, i'm holding this like that. >> you with like lundqvist right now. >> i look like lundqvist. >> all right, please, please, put on the brain bucket. >> make sure you have that. >> you look smarter now. >> definitely. >> are you ready? >> knees down? >> no, stand there. she's going to hit you. >> i've never done this in my life. >> bring it! come on, joe! >> oh! that was screened. get that out of here. >> timber! >> all right. >> get that outta here with your nonsense. >> here we go. >> not in my house! >> you just hit mike richter.
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>> no way, the messiah -- playing deep. >> oh! taking full advantage of the goalie. one more -- oh! >> there we go. >> all right mike, mark, pat, thank you so much. >> come on, pat. >> the hockey playoffs continue tonight on usa. coming up, if you have a house full of kids this easter weekend, we have your guide to keep them buzzy right after this. are you all right, buddy? he's out of breath, he's sweating.
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approaching, which means a holiday weekend is upon us. and many of us will have kids to entertain. so here with some tips as to how to keep the little ones busy, come rain or shine this easter weekend, is "good housekeeper director," lori. thank you for being here. >> thank you. >> there will be eggs this weekend. >> a lot of kids are on spring break. so you are looking for screen-free activities. we'll start with eggs. we love the idea of dyeing eggs, but little miss alexa here, can you show us how to do this? you can see that egg. just dip it in glue. we used an egg crate as our supply. and then you can put different colored glitter. and go ahead, little miss. dip it right in. these are some alexa did herself. >> they look so fun. >> those are the beauties over there. >> very nice. sticking with the egg theme. >> if you want something a little neater and especially for older kids, dylan, washy tape. >> you're not there yet.
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>> i haven't heard of it. >> when your son gets older, auggie is taking washy tape that is mess-free. you can rip it off, so it is easy to do. >> nice job. now more activities. >> more activities. so we're going to start here with elle. if you've done your easter eggs and they are in their basket, what else can you guys do? so we have elle over here, all you need is a little popsicle stick and this. some pipe cleaners. we use the white ones for w whiskers. and it becomes bunny whiskers. >> i love this. >> nothing we are showing today is over $17. >> that's great. even butter. >> these are budget-friendly, easy to do. elle, are you having fun? yes? >> more glue over here. >> this is paint. >> i have a lot to learn. >> so domenick here is making easter egg balloons. you can see there are some
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behind us. >> that's so cute. >> these we did yesterday. so they are falling a little bit, but if you take a helium balloon, you can use acrylic paint that is water based and watch it with soap and water. it will come out of your clothes. and you can start painting. if you make it heavy, then you have a little beach ball easter egg. really easy and fun. and lena over here, are you a diy mom? >> not yet. i have dreams of being one. >> you do? well, this is really good if you want to get started. because this is a kit from mary frances under $17 at paper source. it comes with everything. if you are not really the crafty mom, this is a way to partake in that and get your kids off the screens and have a lot of fun. let's see your bunny, lena. cute. really cute. >> now to the sweet treats because easter is full of good sugary stuff. >> so gemma and luke here are doing cottontail cookies are. you eating the cot toptail cookies? all you need is a sugar cookie here. this came from our "good
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housekeeping" test kitchen. little once. you did a great job. you can see what gemma did. and luke also. it looks like a little cot toptail. >> or whatever you want it to look like. that's perfect. >> really fun. >> so that is, like, the sweet part of it. but you might want something a little bit more savory. especially kids will have a lot of sugar during easter. and maybe the adults want to partake in the snacking. so we love the ritz crackers. these a savory version of the cottontail cookie. we have cottontail crackers. this is cream cheese and carrot slices. >> these are adorable. >> we love the little deviled chicks. it's like a deviled egg except our test kitchen piped it in and made a face with the capers and carrot. and again with ritz cracker, we added the strawberry cream cheese and strawberry. there's health worked into there. >> after all the snacking we can work it off. >> so here we have antoinette
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and two gabrielles. and they are going to show us a bunny sack race. these are pillow cases with a pom-pom taped on. each one got a different color so we know who wins. girls, are you ready? on your mark, get set, go. you can have some fun during easter, enjoy the holiday, but also keep your kids entertained and well-fed. >> clearly well-fedful andty a adults, so. lori, thank you so much. for more information on these and other ideas to keep you entertained and fed this holiday weekend, check out today.com. thank you so much. and happy easter. thanks, girls. nice competition there. i'm just going to squeeze behind you and do the weather. all right. i'll leave my bunny ears on for this. and speaking of the holiday weekend, let's take a look at the weather and what to expect on friday. on friday a couple spotty showers and storms. but they will become more widespread going into saturday, especially through the midwest and stretching down into texas.
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large hail, damaging winds possible, not all that widespread, but we have the risk of some of the severe storms. temperatures will really soar as we go into easter sunday. we're looking at highs well above average up and down the east coast. a really nice day in the lower 80s. even back through the midwest, 60s and 70s, but we have scattered showers and storms th the front moving twihr good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. plenty of sunshine today. a pretty good warmup, too. a little bit above normal. 67 degrees for this afternoon in philadelphia. sunshine in the suburbs. a high of 65. and you'll see a northwesterly wind in new jersey. 66 degrees. but that wind becomes southerly at the shore. that's a sea breeze. it means very low 60s for the shore. but inland, lehigh valley and delaware, warm well into the 60s. have a great day. and that is your latest forecast. coming up next, our co-host chef
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this is a flavor i come to enjoy. maple, pineapple juice, cola, orange zest, just shave off the orange bit there, oil, dijon, we have some cloves, cinnamon, ginger, and some red pepper flake. >> easy enough. >> so the first thing i'm going to do, if i may, lightly score the skin. make a diamond pattern. don't go too far, but what that is going to do is create beautiful little bits for the texture on the surface. >> that's why they do that. >> right. you can even make a small hole. and these are the cloves, just puncture and put them -- >> all along the section there. >> right. you can punch it right through the surface of the skin of the turkey. then we're going to make the sauce. we basically put the turkey inside aluminum foil. >> it is still a ham, right? >> did you say turkey? >> sorry. that's coming through. we have maple syrup. we're going to put in our cola. >> colan. >> exactly right.
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>> it smells sweet. >> there are no brand names in this cooking segment. pineapple. a little bit of some sugar. we have our dijon mustard. exactly right. >> can i be honest with you, did you know about cola on a ham? >> it makes sense with the sweet in it. >> it does. and also the carbonation. it helps to break the stuff down. >> that's what i didn't know. >> carb what? no carbs. we have the dry spices, we have the zest. we'll mix this in, let it all incorporate. >> it smells so good. >> i'm glad you like it. then we'll reduce it, let it come to a much more syrupy consistency, kind of like that. exactly like that. so we're going to glaze the ham like this and put it back in the oven for its final 20 minutes. >> how long do you put it in? >> initially, roughly, you want to think about 15 minutes a pound. you can actually go up to an hour a pound depending on the
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bone-in and the size. but always trust your butcher when it comes to the cooking time. it can be an hour per pound. then you'll have your turkey leftover. this is my -- quick -- still ham. i'm rejecting the ham. my body is rejecting the ham. >> so really quickly, we have, i don't know what we have here. >> this is my version of easy pasta grecia. we have fava beans, garlic, onion, salt, pepper, olive oil. so we have our ham bits that have crisped up in the pan. we're going to actually just move them. we want to keep the lovely brown stuff. and then we'll just remove them from the heat. just put them all right here in front because we want to actually keep the ham fat in the bottom. exactly. >> put the other stuff in the -- >> exactly right. so in our pasta, right to the ham. a little bit of the pasta starchy water. >> you do. >> not as sloppily as i added
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it. it's okay. it's the "today" show. >> we have 25 seconds. how do we make this? >> we bring the onions up to temperature. honestly, that's the nice thing about this. there's garlic, onions, mix it all together. and then finally, it's sort of the white verse of the pasta, ham, taste of romano. >> isn't that great? >> thank you so much. >> no worries. >> go to today.com/food to get this recipe and so many more. but first, this is "today" on nbc. >> it's ham.
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por . nbc 10 news starts now. >> good morning. i'm vai sikahema. just about 10:00 a.m. let's get to first alert meteorologist erica martine with your most accurate neighborhood forecast. >> we have trying conditions today that are seasonal. i'm going to go with mostly clear skies for today and temperatures above 60. so upper 60s for you by friday. same deal there. notice on saturday, we start to see a couple extra clouds starting to build into easter
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sunday. we do have some showers, isolated thunderstorms and temperatures topping out in the low 80s and drying out to kick off the fall. vai, back to you. >> three minutes before 10:00. breaking news from wilmington. a judge has ruled that a 17-year-old girl is guilty of homicide in the death of a classmate. amy joiner francis died at howard high school and technology following a fight in a bathroom last april. watch nbc news at 10:00 a.m. for a live report. and are you looking for a new job? today in gilbertsville, montgomery county, people can join a job lab from 10:00 until 2:00 this afternoon. volunteers will help you with resumes, cover letters, and setting up accounts. a live look at the listnk i south philadelphia. the sports complex could be home to a philly-themed sports museum. you will hold unique and rare items from all of philly's sports teams.
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