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about her ordeal and the pain of losing her mother and brother. >> i miss them sometimes, sometimes it's like i wait for them to get home and then they're not there. >> how hannah is doing today, 10k9th, 2013. >> from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and sa van fa guthrie. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> and good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a thursday morning. i'm savannah guthrie. >> i'm matt roker along side al roker and the man says the government is not going to be able to cut the grs at the lincoln memorial, i will do it. >> if there is any silver lining is how we seen private citizens step up in these days of
washington dysfunction. >> apparently been dock it for day, got chased away from police. he chipped in, rolled up his sleeves. we will talk more about that in trending. the first story, the kidnapping of libya's prime minister. he has been let go. there is a lot of questions about the group that took him and why they did. nbc's chief foreign correspondent richard engel is here with more on that. >> good morning. matt, gunmen abducted the prime minister, held him at gunpoint for several hours, then released him. this grainy photograph of this libya prime minister as he was disoriented and snatched by gunmen before dawn. libya's transitional government in a cryptic statement said the prime minister was taken to an unknown place for unknown reasons. with with the prime minister
missing, the rest of the government rallied in support at an emergency meeting. the prime minister had been living at the five star corinthia hotel. until according to director of hotel security, 15 cars and 100 men surrounded the building at 4:00 a.m. t. gunmen came in with a paper. they said it was a warrant for the prime minister's arrest and they took him, he says, no shots were fired a. militia of former rebels who not against mow mar gadhafi known as the revolutionaries claimed it saying they were claiming test a legal arrest based on corruption t. government says no such warrant exists. sources in italy say the retention was also in retaliation for a raid last weekend by u.s. special operations netting al libi, around accused militant. some libyans were furious their
government was too weak to prevent the operation. or as the new york times reported wednesday may have even sanctioned it. more than two years of washington health rebels drive out gadhafi, they are militias operating with such impunity they can and this morning said they did detain the prime minister. in another very strange twist to this strange story the militia group that initially said it was responsible for kidnapping the prime minister later came out and said it wasn't them that had nothing to do with it. imagine this, matt, savannah, you have a hostage group taking the prime minister, holding him, releasing him, then doing they had anything to do with it. >> thank you, richard engel. >> thank you very much. there is anger from veterans over the government's failure to provide for families of fallen u.s. service members.
now, we are learning politicians were, in fact, warned about this, nbc correspondent andrea mitchell is here this morning. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. when we first reported the story on tuesday on "today," there was outrage, how could we not pay benefits to men and women who had died serving the country. this morning, it is clear, despite all that outrage the past few day, people in washington knew this would happen before the government shut down. for days now, we've heard the outrage on capitol hill. >> it's disgraceful that they're withholding these benefits. >> now, they're being denied death benefits because of the senseless shutdown. >> i'm ashamed. i'm embarrassed. >> lawmakers complaining that families of fallen u.s. service pebs are not getting emergency death benefits because of the government shutdown. the outrage spread to the white house. wednesday, president obama told
dorn gensler. >> when i heard about this story, i told the department of defense within our administrative pow es, woe should be able to get that fact. >> reporter: several days before the shutdown the pentagon warned this would happen. >> we should with required to do bad thoengs our people. for example, we couldn't pay death gra tus for people who do i during the relapse. >> reporter: wednesday, four service members who died last weekend, arrived at dover air force base. the house passed a bill to restore benefits for families. >> how dare we not provide these grieving families for the necessary support in their time of need. >> reporter: wednesday the white house scrambled to find a fix. >> i think a lot of veterans feel right now is that they're stuck in the middle of this political debate. whether it be death benefits, va comp and pension. >> reporter: ken fisher who
heads the private organization for benefits and family, stepped in to pay the benefits after seeing our reports on "today." >> they're grieving. they're suffering enough. why on earth should they have to worry about where their next dollar is coming from. >> reporter: in illinois, a restaurant posted a message offering to do fate 100% of their profits wednesday to the families of the fallen. >> maybe if one person does it, 100 more will do it and we'll help people out. >> reporter: the white house will reimburse the charity once the shutdown is over. another place in tampa, florida is stepping up to present money to those troops killed this past weekend. matt. >> thank you very much. retired colonel jack jacobs was gave pedal for his heroic
actions. we have the pentagon, both end of pennsylvania avenue. where does the blame lie if your opinion? >> there is plenty of blame, it lies at both ends. somebody recently said the most, the biggest threat the most dangerous threat to the world in the united states is that terrain between the white house on one end and the congress on the other. they both have a lot to answer for. >> the national commander of the vfw, jack, had this to say, it's absolutely appalling and nothing short of a travesty that elected officials continue to receive paychecks and benefits white while not providing for those who deserve it most. if the government is unable to help veterans, what has this done to the trust that needs to exist between the military and the government? >> it has eroded it quite substantially t. most vocal people, of course, are those who have been in the service and are now out. people inside the service are
very, very quiet and for good reason. if this continues, by the way, we ain't seen nothing yet. >> let me mention the veteran's secretary says it continues, nearly 4 million vets won't get disability checks. more than 500,000 vets and surviving dependents will not receive pension payments. >> if you think it can't happen to you. when the government runs out of money, which will be on or before the 1st of november, unless the debt ceilingis raised, there will be no social security payments either. so a lot more people will be affected by this malfeasance in washington. very, very unpleasant. >> colonel, good to see you. >> good to see you again. later today, house republicans sit down with president obama for a meeting they say they rb waiting for. nbc's peter alexander is live with more on this. >> reporter: savannah, good
morning. there are short-term solutions out there. out of this meeting here at the white house this afternoon, the president republican leaders couldn't even agree on a guest list. president obama inviting all 232 house republicans, speaker john bohner insisting only 18 will come. how dysfunctional is d.c.? even the invite list for this afternoon's white house meeting required negotiations. with the u.s. barreling towards its borrowing limit the so-called debt ceiling deadline exactly one week away, there are few signs of real progress. house democrats huddleing with the president late wednesday. >> the debt ceiling needs to be lifted. >> reporter: among the glimmer of hope, some republicans are expecting a short-term deal and several top republicans have shifted their focus away from gutting the president's health care law. in an interview with wrc, president obama warned of economic turmoil if the u.s. doesn't cover its debt. >> the financial markets can't
even image than we would get into a point when we wouldn't be paying our bills. >> reporter: still, a group of hard core republicans who summed up the debt limit diners insist the president is exaggerating the impact. >> i'm not ab ro gaiting we go through the debt ceiling dead lean f. you go through it, it will not equal default. >> reporter: most federal budget experts call that dangerous. >> this is the equivalent of saying let's push the button on the nuclear bomb and see what happens after it goes off. >> reporter: still texas senator ted cruz who spearheaded opposition to obama care is touting success. the tea party the eling "people" magazine he opposes the shutdown and added i think we have accomplished a great deal, we have elevated debate nationally. both parties are taking a hit in their ratings. the republican brand appears to
be much worse a. if you gallup poll shows 28% of americans have a favorable view of the republican party. that's the lowest number since they began asking that question. >> peter alexander at the white house, thank you so much. >> the republicans seem to be taking the bigger hit at the moment. >> i saw a poll recently congress's approval rating is 5%, which makes you wonder, who is that 5% neighborhood, edward snowden's father is in moscow. >> he is in moscow in an effort to speak with his son. he spoke with journalists before his son was granted temporary asylum in russia. he wasn't sure whether his son would ever return to the united states. >> and i am thankful, extremely thankful again to the russian people, president vladm putin ad
his staff for keeping my son safe and secure. >> meantime, edward snowden is still wanted in the united states for charges including espionage. a three star admiral was fired, they say he used chips at a casino, he is being reassigned to the five staff until an investigation is over. iowa officials say the admiral used $1,500 in fake chips during a recent visit. he has not been charged with a crime. every roller coaster rider's nightmare, getting stuck at the top. >> that is what happened at universal studios in orlando wednesday night. 12 people were stranded when the rip rocket became stranded a. computer glitch was to blame. riders were rescued after about two-and-a-half hours. no one was hurt and universal studios is owned and operated by nbc universal. caught on camera, a moveing train slams into an 18-wheeler
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>> that's the weather. now to the latest on that 9-year-old stow away who got past airport security from minneapolis to las vegas. his father says he tried repeatedly to get help for him. fbc's john yang is at minneapolis airport. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, matt. this morning, the father does want to keep his and his son's identity a secret. he also desperately wants to get help copeing with his son's behavior. a hooded sweatshirt and baseball cap may have hidden the face of the 9-year-old's father, but nothing could hide his frustration. >> will somebody help me, please? >> reporter: two days before getting on a flight to las vegas, his 9-year-old son stole a delivery truck, slamming into a parked suv and crashing into a police car, all on suspension from school for fighting. >> they said he was a minor. they couldn't do nothing because
he was a minor. so i'm asking for help. >> reporter: child protective services have been locking in on the boy since december but hasn't taken any action. psychotherapist adrian schroetter was a social worker in new york city. >> probably at his wits end. a lot of times he is set up for crisis. many parents saw that same story, they say, that's my child. i know how he feels. >> reporter: in las vegas the boy is ending a full week in child protective services. a nevada family law attorney says that's likely because of his history. >> i think they are going to investigate in minneapolis to make sure it's a protective environment and that he's saved. >> reporter: meanwhile, his father admitting once the boy arrives hope, he'sed a his wits end at what to do next. >> they're talking double jeopardy, with my son i get locked up. if i let my son keep on doing what he's doing, i get in trouble. i'm a parent.
i'm not perfect. >> reporter: a family spokesman says authorities here have told him they expect the boy to be returned to minneapolis as soon as friday and that they expect he nodes to be reunited with his parents. matt. >> all right. john yang in minneapolis. thanks very much. >> cameron is in this morning. you have the kenye-kimmel feud. >> overnight, people have gone crazy, some of the teeth tweeting coming in. one with him says i like kenye, but seriously? this started a few weeks ago. jimmy kim emmocked a interview. he used kid actors and the actual traven script itself. take a look at the moment. >> i'm not trying to regurgitate myself. i'm a broad person. not just clothing. i'm from texas. everything you can think about.
six years ago to sandy and they say nothing. how many have you done? where is the culture at? where is the culture at? >> again, that's the actual transcript from the interview. last night, fast forward, kimmel and kenye faced off, finally, guys, kenye tried to engs pla ento all of us what is going on in that head. take a look. >> i'm not running for office, you know what i'm saying. i'm here to make good music, make people feel good within they hear my business. i am a creative genius. my attention is positive. i will bring more things to the world. i want to make people's lives easier. >> there you have it. kenye wants to make the world a better place, trending overnight t. top of the list jimmy kimmel. bottom of the list kenye, yet
the world revolves around kenye west. if you ask me, i will ask for hashtag awkward, natalie, your pants are adorable. i do own the lettather jogging pants. >> one up there. we should see them tomorrow. >> in way. >> come on, you set yourself up. >> i'm not weighing on the kimmel-kenye debate. been there, done that. >> you call yourself a creative genius. >> coming up, we are following up with the cup woman went through ivf live on our air. this morning, we find out if it works. and hannah anderson the kidnapped teen from california tells her story in detail for the first time and meets her heros, the key to her rescue. first this is "today" on nbc. rs
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>> this is the wbal tv 11 news today in baltimore. >> good morning. i am stan stovall. grocery store owner in baltimore county is forced to shut down business once again after a fire yesterday. the county health inspectors went into the scene because the food inside may have been exposed to the flames. the market had just reopened after the train derailment explosion in rosedale five months ago.
the building at structural damage and contamination following the explosion. you know, when there is rain there is usually problems on the roads, right, sarah? >> you have your work cut out for you if you are heading out the door in the next few minutes. prior to the severn river bridge, backing up traffic heavily. 2 left lanes blocked at the scene of the crash. standstilllmost a leading to the westbound direction. delays and 97 due to a crash. another one westbound 100 near catherine avenue. traffic near the red at that accident scene. 18 minutes is when you are dealing with due to an accident. it is having an impact there. york road and stevenson lane in towson, watch for an accident there. another one of joppa and philadelphia road. this one looks like it is gone at aberdeen. now tony fills us in on the forecast. >> we are dealing with rain
coming through. another heavier your batch coming through anne arundel county and tomorrow -- into baltimore city. coming through in waves like that. it into the make upper 50s to around 60 this afternoon. today. feel like the 40s it goes down to 40% on saturday and sunday. a few showers for the baltimore running festival and maybe a few leftover showers on sunday. it will be nice on monday and .uesday bu >> tonight a
. >> 7:30 on a thursday morning, the 10th of october, 2013, i'm matt lauer, along with savannah guthrie, natalie morales. let's go back to the headlines. a lot of questions after libya's prime minister was kidnapped by armed men who stormed his hotel in tripoli early this morning. he was then released several hours later. >> there is hope progress could be made in washington today when house republicans meet with president obama in hopes of reaching an agreement to end the shutdown.
nsa leaker edward snowden is in moscow. that's where his son is, no word on when the father and son will be reunited. coming up this half hour, our exclusive interview with hannah anderson. she's the teenager kidnapped by long time family friend and police say he killed her mother and brother. hannah was rescued ten days later. now, she is releasing details for the first time. >> first you have weather to talk about. >> we have severe weather in the high plains today. it's going to be a wide area, in fact, from alliance down to amarillo, texas, we got the risk of damaging winds, large hail, isolated tornadoes back to the west, the rockies, we're looking at snow, there is a good snowstorm going on in the northern rockies today. so we have a, we also have a flood watch on the parts of the western south dakota including our friends in rapid city who picked up 58 inches of snow, now
they're going to get a few inches of rain, six inches of snow in the mountains to the west of denver. we got a gorgeous day down to the gulf >> good morning. it will be a breezy and cool day today. we are starting out in the 50's. we will see periods >> and that's your latest weather. >> al, thank you so much. well, it has been nearly two months since san diego teenager hannah anderson was kidnapped by the man police say killed her mother and younger brother.
she is now back at school and leaning heavily on family and friends for support. earlier, i spoke down with her and her father. first, hannah's story. at first glance, hannah anderson looks like any other 16-year-old girl, spending time with friends, cheerleading, dancing, a week in august changed hannah's life forever. on a saturday afternoon, james dimaggio, a close family friend picked up hannah at cheer leading camp saying her mother, tina and brother ethan were waiting for her at his house but dimaggio had other plans, kidnapping hannah and forcing her to go to idaho. using a timer, dimaggio sent his house on fire when he and hannah were hours away. authorities found two brothers later identified as her mother and brother and issued an amber aall right across the faegs. >> she is in danger.
she's a dangerous man. >> a week laid later in idaho, in an area known as the point of no return. a group of horse riders came into them and felt something wasn't right. >> it was like a square pelg that fit into a round hole, it didn't fit. >> reporter: tactical riders came into a shootout. >> she was under extreme duress from the time she left boulevard to the time she was recovered at lakemoorhead, idaho. >> back home in san diego, hannah's family has asked for privacy, speculation remains about her relationship with dimaggio and what really happened during that week long ordeal. hannah anderson, good morning to you. >> hello. >> how are you doing today? >> good. >> are you ready to talk about this and tell the story? >> yeah. >> let's talk about that saturday. you were at cheer leading camp?
>> yeah, my mom dropped me off. then he came to pick me up because my mum and brother's game already finished. so they were going to meet me up there at his house is the plan. >> so you get in the car, where do you go and at what point did you realize something is really wrong? >> when we got to his house and my mom's car wasn't there. >> did he say something that let you know he had some pretty bad plans? >> when i got into the house, he handcuffed me and zip tied my feet. he told me that he was going to kidnap me and take me to idaho where my intention was just to carry his backpacks to the river and that he was going to live there and he'd get me home afterwards. >> did he say anything about where your mom and brother were? >> he told me my brother was in the garage and ethan was upstairs and that the whole time that they were alive, the whole time that i didn't know. >> did you feel in fear of your
life? >> yeah. when we got into the house, after he told me the plan, he made me play russian roulette with him sitting on the couch and that -- >> with a real gun? >> yeah. and when it was my turn i started crying and like was freaking out and he said, do you want to play? i said, "no. "i started crying. then he was like, okay, he stopped. >> how long do you think you were at the house? >> from what i remember about two or three hours and then he drugged me and i was out and then i woke up in idaho. >> when you say he drugged you, do you know what kind of drugs? >> we believe he gave me ambien. >> there was a time in the house i thought you heard your brother? >> yeah, i heard him trying to yelp upstairs. but he was gakleak like gagged.
i couldn't do anything. >> he was restraining you. >> yes. >> the next thing you know, are you if idaho. can you tell me what happened next? >> i woke up, i asked, where is mom and etan the first thing i asked. and he said, they're both in the garage tied up in my house. it's supposed to set on fire at 7:00. and then he said i put signs on the garage to help them be safe from the firefighters before the fire reached the garage. >> you are telling this story solely for the first time. there are lots of graphic details. we are not going to get into them. did you ever feel at any of that time you had a moment where maybe i could make a run for it? >> yeah, there was actually a lot. like the horseback riders, but he did threaten me that if i ever tried to run or if i had someone help me that he'd kill me and them. >> there came a time as the week went on where you came across
these four hikers. >> i remember hearing them come behind us the first time and jim would say, don't, act normal. if you say something, i'm going to have to kill them. so i'd have to sit and act normal. and they'd come up and look at us and we would be quiet but jim would talk to them and then they'd left. >> well, as we now know, those hikers were suspicious. they saw the amber alert, they called the authorities. the authorities found you and confronted jim. >> mm-hmm. >> what do you remember about that moment? >> i was on the ground in front of the fire. he was trying to start a fire to signal for help. then all of a sudden the fire wasn't working. so i told him, i said i'd rather not if you fire the gun in the air three times, it means sos. he fired once, he fired at this
time second time and lowered it. then a bunch of guns went off. i looked and he fell on the ground. i looked over, i said, are you okay? then a bunch of fbi people came out telling me to get down. >> when did you realize? this is it? this is my rescue? >> when they pulled me aside and had a blanket over me and making sure i was okay, making sure the hock was coming for me and stuff leak that. >> coming up next, more conversation with hannah as she talks about the man who conversation with hannah as she talks about the man who ki if yand you're talking toevere rheuyour rheumatologistike me, about trying or adding a biologic. this is humira, adalimumab. this is humira working to help relieve my pain. this is humira helping me through the twists and turns. this is humira helping to protect my joints from further damage. doctors have been prescribing humira for over ten years.
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them to get home and then they're not there. >> it's hard to just go on, i gues guess? >> all right. this has been such a terrible unspeakable ordeal. how do you think hannah is doing? >> first, in getting help and talking with each other, trying to get strong and know that we need to move forward, that's what her mother would want. >> you got on social pedia pretty soon after you got back. one of the questions people asked apparently in the home they found a series of letters between jim and you from i think about a year ago or more than a year ago. can you explain what those letters were about? >> a year ago my mom and dad split up and me and my mom really didn't get along a year ago so when i was having problems with her and i didn't have anyone to talk about it with, me and him instead of talking face to face, if we didn't have time or like
calling, we'd write letters back and forth talking about like the situation and how to get through it. >> i think this is so puzzleing because all of you describe somebody that you would never guess would do something leak this. but there was that time that he said something about having a crush on you. what did he say and what did you think? >> i'd always want to bring my friend up to his house because we'd always play games and stuff and he'd get upset that it was a boy. and he would, he told me, he said, it's not that i don't want your friend up here, it's that i don't want to see you kissing your friends or anything like that because i have a crush on you. not a crush that like feeling a crush other than family, like i care about you and it kind of seemed like really weird. >> did you try to kind of keep your distance a little bit more? >> yeah, exactly. he got upset about that and would always text me and say
that i was rude and i was trying to stay out of his life. basically, i was after that, but i couldn't because he was my dad's best friend and he was always there for my mom. >> hannah, when you think about him now, how do you feel about him? are you angry? are you sad? >> disgusted, shocked, mostly sick and angry. >> there was an amber alert out for you, that's how the hikers put the pieces together. what would you want to say to them, if you could? >> that would you i probably wouldn't be here right now and thank you. >> would you like to meet them some day? >> yeah. >> what if i told you they're here? >> right now? >> yeah. i can bring them out. would you like to meet them? >> sure. >> okay. we got christa and mark john and mike and mary young. >> hi. >> they really wanted to give you a hug.
>> how are you? h hi. >> have a seat. >> hi. >> she is a hero, isn't she? i see tears in your eyes, miss christa. >> i have a friend that looked like her, i put myself in a grandma's place, how i would feel. we are so thrilled and we brought you a hat from idaho. >> oh. >> on behalf of the cowboys of idaho. >> wow. thank you for coming all this way and most importantly to you, hannah, thank you for trusting us with your story. >> thank you. >> as a part of our conversation with hannah anderson, you can
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>> this is the wbal tv 11 news today in baltimore. >> good morning. i am mindy basara. here is sarah caldwell. looking at very heavy conditions around the area. the rain is country getting to that. accident on westbound 50 past the severn river bridge still being cleared. this is the end result. this is where the delays begin all the way towards the severn river bridge. watch for slow spots near dorsey road. under the one on eastbound 100 and 97.
westbound 100 dear katherine avenue, tracking a crash. this accident is now gone. still dealing with heavy traffic. approaching 95 towards the towson region, outer loop north side. dealing with one on the north side near 95. 33 miles per hour on southbound 95 from that point. warren road, watch for a crash. this is what southbound traffic looks like. heavy all the way down from warren road to the beltway. read 40 and jessica avenue, another accident watch for. tony, over to you. start nagin and with to the day. it is coming through in waves. -- trained to contend with to start today. it is coming through in waves. heavy rain just north of annapolis cadet will continue to the north up near carroll and talk more county. that will be the case for most of the day. 54 at the airport.
>> it's 8:00 on "food." cancer cluster, is there real cause for concern? baby on board, we will check in with the couple who underwent ivf live on our show. and what does the fox say? we will tell you who is behind that relentless catchy viral video that has over 100 million hits on youtube, today, october 10th, 2013.
>> finally on the "today" show after 34 years. >> happy birthday, mom! [ music playing [ music playing ] >> hi, matt lauer. >> hey, matt lauer, come out here. yeah! >> all right. good morning, everyone. welcome for the "today." this is a great crowd. >> no question about it. a lot of yelpers and screamers out here, with i is okay. i would like to admit to a severe parenting% take. >> what's that? >> a couple weeks ago, i saw that video what does the fox say? i asked them if they had seen it. they looked it up. >> how many times have they watched it? >> six, 700, maybe. >> you showed it to me as well. it stuck in my head. this is an absolute sensation. what does the fox say, matt?
an ancient mystery. >> we will find out more about that. the brothers behind it will be here tomorrow morning. >> it will be in our heads all weekend long. let's get a top look at the top stories. natalie. >> good morning, everyone, with just one week until the government reaches its borrowing limit, president obama is meeting today with house republicans. he has warned an economic turmoil that the u.s. can't cover its debt. some republicans are said to be considering accepting a short-term debt limit deal. in malibu, california, there is concern over what some fear may be a cluster of diseases, including cancer connected to the high school and middle school campus. these health issues have affected about one-third of the staff there. good morning, mike. >> reporter: good morning, natalie. right now, it's teachers, no students reporting a disturbing number of illnesses including thyroid cancer, the soil was
once contaminated by pcps. like any parent, a thought about his kids. >> it's not just one building. it's multiple buildings. >> on wednesday, dozens of students were moved out of school buildings temporarily shut down, threetime teachers were dois nosed with thyroid cancer, some with hair losses, skin rashes, for years. >> we don't know what we have or how we have. >> reporter: pcbs used and banned in 1979 were found three years ago in several older buildings once treated with pesticides. after a soil removal program, aen environmental impact says there does not appear to be any hurt to health.
>> i wouldn't have any staff if we have any evidence. i wouldn't have kids here. >> reporter: a letter requested each of our classrooms be tested for contaminants and did not use the term cancer cluster. a county health department note says in almost every case they are statistical anomalies. if you spin the roulette wheel enough times, it will land on red or black half a dozen times or so unlikely, statistically unsurprising if not inev tbl. as the movie "erin brock sich showed, there have been links between chemicals. here no proof or evidence yet, just questions. >> they're concerned. they don't know, if where they are working is making them sick or not making them sick. >> well the school district has hired an environmental consulting firm to take another look at the air, the water, the buildings, themselves and to have a report, at least a preliminary report ready within a week. >> all right, thanks so much, mike. officials in san francisco have confirmed that the body found in
a hospital stairwell is that of a patient who disappeared there more than two weeks ago. the family of 57-year-old lynn spalding is outraged. the mother of two was being treated for an infection t. hospital says she was in fair condition when she vanished. officials have not relowsed the cause of her death. an investigation is under way. a an exclusive interview, hannah anderson said she is disgusted and angry about the family friend that bound and killed her before killing her mother and brother. the fbi agents shot and killed kidnapper james dimaggio in idaho. take a listen. >> and a bunch of guns went off. i looked and he fell on the ground. i kind of looked over. i was like, are you okay? then a bunch of like the fbi people came out telling me to get down. >> now, nearly two months later
the teenager says she misses her mom and brother so much, she waits for them to come home. >> two men are being treated after a hot balloon accident in mexico. this shows a balloon that got snagged in a power line and caught fire before plunging 40 feet to the ground. it was taking part in the international fiesta. it is 8:06. let's get a check of the weather once again from al. >> that's scary. thanks so much. these folks traveled 1,913.7 miles to see us. wow. where are you guys from? >> worry from california. >> from texas. >> did you hitch a r50id? >> that's right. >> did they pick you up on the way? >> yes. >> we're all going to show you what we got as far as your weather is concerned. we are looking at this coast am storm making its way up the
eastern seaboard. that will be kind of wet. hey, dallas, texas. okay. you got picked up, my friend, the next three days, we got showers and thunderstorms moving in by saturday. otherwise, plenty of sunshine. look at that, chicago today 75. 83, 8 degrees above normal. bismark check income at 70 degrees. >> good morning.e the big storm off the coast will continue to produce rain on and off today. it will be breezy and cool.
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we are back with what is trending, research that dogged doctors for years. can someone be both significantly obese and met bolically healthy? researchers say it's possible. these are overweight people, who by the way also have normal cholesterol levels, no blood pressure and normal signs for diabetes. they make room for if you fat tissue and that helps improve their overall health. of course, no one recommends
this. >> right. >> back when i was at my heaviest, my cholesterol level was low. my blood pressure was good. i still probably would have died. >> we're all going to die. >> but i still, it was one of those things i was a ticking time bomb. i technically was okay. >> medically healthy, otherwise. >> turning on the huffington post, here's one for you, are europeans better than americans are? the website compiled 16 ways our friends across the atlantic supposedly have us beat. cheese, better cheese, vacation time, yes, you know, austrians get 35 paid days every year. chocolate. >> yes. >> i think i would agree. >> and what about this? you know the european, they love to enjoy a long lunch, perhaps a glass of wine. we basically invented fast food. >> all right, here's one of a different accent. sexy accents, here's them versus
us. >> i do another scene from casablanca which you cannot do at 14. >> penelope cruz. >> exactly. >> i would like to take exception. i think we do a very good job of cheese here. >> velveeta. >> there are some fantastic artisnal keys. >> what do we do better? >> baseball. >> pickup trucks. >> i was going to say burgers and hot dogs. >> i was going to say french fries, but french. >> they copy it. you go anywhere in you're they have mcdonald's. >> action movies. >> they may have invented pizza, i feel we've perfected it.
usa! >> well, trending on usa today, a man a cut above all the d.c. bickering. earlier, we showed you the photo of chris cox, a south carolina man, he grabbed his lawn mower an garbage cannes and started cutting the grass at some famous washington memorials. >> i'm here to stand shoulder to shoulder with the national park service. i to encourage americans around the country to come together. >> this 45-year-old chainsaw skullt tore, he says he bought it at home depot for $100, he got a leaf blower, the park police have encouraged him to stop his work. he is doing this there is a million mile watch in washington. he wants to make sure the grounds look good. >> hats off. trending from the "wall street journal." do you know we are in the golden
age of tv shows we spend hours watching a single show, binge watching. it's important forever for shows to have a catchy theme. >> with that in mind, it is throwback thursday, guys, so we are sharing some of our favorite tv theme songs of all times. i will start with myself. here it is. the jeffersons [ music playing ] >> weezy. >> i love that song. it makes you feel great. matt, the very catchy theme song is? >> nobody will know it. you can tell me if you know the show. [ music playing ] >> what is that show? >> not the exterminator. it was back in the 1960s about the desert warriors. i love that show. >> christopher george. gary raymond. >> you are dating yourself. next up is savannah.
take a listen. >> this won't surprise anyone. >> it's a good one. >> you have to sing it. >> ♪ the love boat ♪ >> oh. >> i think with the mustache, it goes like this. okay. next up is natalie's pick for throwback thursday is, take a listen. [ music playing ] >> cheers. ♪ sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name [ music playing ] >> that's a good one. >> okay. the "today" show family knows your pick, mr. al. take a listen ♪ it's gilligan, the skipper too, the millionaire and his wife. >> gilligan's island. >> it raises the question, marianne and ginger.
>> marianne. >> it does make you feel good to hear those theme songs. >> the first season it was the rest. >> pete carpenter was one of the greatest theme songwriters. >> that is what is trending today and then too, coming up, the viral video sensation what does the fox say. last month in our "today" series, we introduced you to jessica and her fiancee derrick manion, they let us go on their journey with them as they underwent ivf on the air. nancy sneiderman is here to give us an update. good morning. >> good morning, savannah, our cameras were there, jessica underwent invitro fertilization. this time it's the best and only chance to get pregnant. this morning, we have chosen to take it one step further, they're going to share the
results with us. >> i want to be positive. i think we will have twins. i think they will have red hair and blue eyes. >> after struggling with fertility issues for nearly a decade, 33-year-old jess cand and her fiancee derrick are excited about the possibility of starting a family. >> hopefully, these children know one day how much we wanted them. >> that's really the moment of conception. >> reporter: that moment a first on live television, fertilizization i have a ivf. >> this is now a first time lieszed egg. >> reporter: dr. sherman silver performed the procedure. >> i want to have enough frozen embryos we can be guaranteed she will be pregnant. >> back at the hospital three days later, the anxious couple learned how many of jessica's eggs had grown into viable embryos. >> this one is not so equal size. >> that is gorgeous.
>> that is an ho embryo. >> that is a baby right there. >> reporter: dr. silver chooses two good embryo and shares the news. >> we did really, really well. this is for your baby album. too res the two embryos. >> jessica remains awake and watches as dr. silver gently places the embryos. >> and those are your babies. >> it will take ten days to find out if jessica is pregnant. >> i am going to keep positive thoughts. >> this is the big unknown period of what's happening inside her uterus. i recommend that they try to relax. >> reporter: but it can be hard to relax for this couple and others because ivf doesn't always work. in fact, a 30% average pregnancy rate depending on age, that along with the high cost of ivf, which averages 12 to $17,000 per attempt and may not be covered by insurance.
for jessica and derrick, it's now or never. they say they can't afford to try again, and they're hoping for the best. >> worrying is not going to change what's going to happen. ten days later, the results are in. >> well, guess what, your pregnancy test is positive. you are pregnant. >> that's amazing. we have a baby in there. >> jessica an derrick are with us this morning along with nancy. you are making us cry. how did you feel when you got that phone call? >> you know, i just had the feeling, watch over me again, just so ec stat ec. so overwhelmed with joy. we feel so blessed to have met dr. silver and so blessed to have the results that we have. >> thank good for. you guys, i know, this is nancy talking. i know that you don't know yet whether it's one or two.
but take us into what dr. silver said is going to happen to you over the next couple of weeks? >> so in the next few weeks, we'll do an ultrasound and by that time we'll be able to hear the baby or baby's heart beats and hopefully see one or two, one or two fetuses in the womb, so we're really excited about that. we're really looking forward to that. >> jessica, this is so intimate. there we were right at the moment of this ivf. why did you guys feel it was important to share this story? >> you know, i feel like there are a lot of other women out there with this same problems, possibly the same issues as we have or couples as we have. so i hope that in telling our story, it will inspire other couples to take that next step and to find out what their options are. also, it has helped us, you
know, not carrying around the secret but sharing it with everyone and getting the support and prayers of all of our co-workers and family and friend, it's really been a blessing to us. >> jessica, derek, we are rooting for you and the if you baby or babies, thank you for sharing this. >> we will be following you the whole way. >> thank you. thank you. >> nancy, as i turn to you, she had two embryos implanted. >> right. >> that's not always what is doctors do? >> no, she had 17 fertilized. they transferred two of them, ones that looked good, can you see which ones have taken and which give her the best chance for success. the definition of success in this case is a healthy baby, not just being pregnant. so this is still long term. she still on hormones to keep the uterine walls pumped up. i suspect she will do very well. >> it's early on. is it more risk because it was
via ivf? >> once she is pregnant. she really pregnant. lots of time, high risk women go through ivf. but now that she's pregnant, she's on hormones, they get weened off. she will be on her own. now, is it risky announcing to the world this early in the first trimeser i'm pregnant? of course, it is, we will be with her the whole way. >> she'll have the prayers of the country with her. >> she still has quite a few healthy fertilized eggs sitting there. >> it's an interesting story. >> good science. >> thank you. you bet. >> coming up, a mysterious artist and his creations on the street of
>> this is wbal-tv 11 news in baltimore. >> good morning. i am mindy basara. here is sarah caldwell. terms ofout there in traffic. we are dealing with rain and it is having an impact. in other but baltimore national -- in the of baltimore national pike. southbound, dealing with heavy delays. 50 is starting to ease up. still looking at a delay on westbound 50 and saint margaret's due to an earlier accident at the severn river bridge. another one at i-97 backing up
traffic. south on 95 and russell street, traffic backing -- crash backing of traffic there as well. this is what it looks like it warren road. traffic is inching along south down. those delays stretch back to york road. 35 minutes there. 34 minutes on the west side outer loop. we are dealing with a brand-new accident just southbound on the j.f.x. past cold spring lane. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. --we are dealing with rain just by watching the traffic report their. batch of showers along the beltway and up and down i-95. these will come through from time to time during the day. later this develop morning. it will be breezy and rather chilly with a high of only 59.
i'm matt lauer, along with savannah guthrie, natalie morales and al roker. coming up, we're going to meet the famous graffiti artist. >> one day you are a taxi driver and next time in a movie. the new movie with captain philips. we will talk to him about what life is like now as well. >> an incredible job of acting. >> unreal. >> almost a show stealer, sorry, tom, we love you, he is awesome in it. natalie, you went swimming yesterday with diana nyad. >> she is unbelievable. she has gone 48 hours straight in the middle of harold square. she is about ten minutes away from making that 44 mark.
>> i was there a couple minutes, to think she was 27 hours into her swim. remarkable. can gr congrats to her. >> a follow up to the contest we launched on wednesday a part of our steals and deals, remember we showed you a photo of cameron and jill martin. we asked you to put a caption to it. >> 1,500 comments in the first 20 minutes. 6,000 comments overall. because of the huge response to this picture, they have provided us with ten fondu fountain, 15 people total will be getting them. who are the winners? they're on facebook. two of my favorites, take a look, she says, the hunger games! and then amanda says everybody was fondu fighting! with strawberries fast as lightening...so there you have
it, guys. >> well done. >> you picked that one. >> you get a fondu machine. let's get a check of the weather. >> you get some weather, you get some weather. let's show you what we got for you. we are looking at a risk of strong storms in the mid-plains. we are also looking at wet weather, beautiful in los angeles, cool, tomorrow warms up a bit a. risk of strong storms in the upper mid-west. look for more rain and wendy >> good morning. it will be a breezy and cool day today. we are starting out in the 50's. we will see periods
>> we are back now at 8:36. graffiti, of course, in new york, nothing new. when it's done by an artist so secretive almost no one knows his name. it garners attention. >> we know this guy goes by the name of bankcy, he has a huge following. claire simmons is trying to track him down. >> i have searched high and low
for this guy. he's the world's scarment lt /* scarlett pimpernel. who is bankcy, have you seen bankcy? >> no who is bankcy? >> a vandal, an artist. >> ever seen what? >> controversial commenter, always clan dec teened. have you seen bankcy? >> i guess i can't. >> reporter: he began in the '90s, inspired by an american graffiti artist, notorious in britain and has spread around the world with a members of politics, humor and interest. they are in hidden places like down this side street, past the coach and horse's pub, there it is. now he's hiding them in new york
locate if you cross the bridge, here in brooke len, there it is. always unseen, bankcy's here for a month. i think he's called better out than in. a new banksy appears in new york. the next one, celebrities like brad pitt and angelina jolie have a banksy. >> folks, i have absolutely zero respect for this elusive slimy street fan. >> reporter: bank is see's worth can be worth millions. they get torn down and sold. >> folks, this terrifies me. it's a little phone fact, my studio has walls. >> reporter: and to some, you can listen to all your commentary like a museum. well, almost. are you looking at one of the great artworks of the 21st century? if so, are you in the wrong place. >> reporter: even more bizarre,
this delivery truck stopping in an undisclosed location every night. banksies are sometimes trashed in minutes. the fleeting life span driving fans of social media, to hunt down banksy before it's too late. banksy himself is as fleeting as his art. some reports say he has been spotted. even a 2010 documentary had his face hidden. in london, we tracked down his former barber. >> what did he look like? >> i can't tell you. that's a no. >> reporter: in new york, he agreed to an interview with the village voice, anonymously, of course. why is he here? new york calls the graffiti writers, he says, we all want to prove ourselves here. even while he hides in the shadows. >> are you banksy? >> so just to recap, banksy is
an english guy about my age. he lives in london. right now, he's in new york so who could he be, guys? >> someone with some artistic talent. >> i think it's outrageous this new york graffiti artist is wiping out his stuff. that's not cricket. >> that's not cricket. no. >> that's terrible. >> so the question is, though, is this vand ammism or is it art? you can't complain about someone coming and sweeping up your spray paint you put on someone else's wall. >> he will be in paris next week. >> you have to follow him. it's beautiful. some real works of art. that one is real. >> stephen colbert is calling these people. >> are you a fan? >> did he say that? >> welcome to new york. >> strong letters to follow. thank you so much. coming up next, we talk to first
. >> we're back now at 8:fray. by now, you know tom hanks plays a title role in the new movie "captain philips." but there is another guy he shares screen time with. he plays the led pirate who he hijacks the u.s. cargo ship. >> captain, no one gets hurt if you don't play no games. >> ah the ship's broken. we had to go. >> nobody gets hurt. >> hey! look at me. >> sure. >> look at me. >> sure. >> i'm the captain now.
>> good morning, nice to see you. >> good morning. >> i have been waiting to do this interview for a week sense i saw this movie. you are extraordinary in this. i want to say right off the bat so people at home know you never acted before? >> yeah, i never acted before. >> you are a limosine driver in minneapolis, right? >> that's right. >> you answered a casting call. tell me about. i answered the casting call. it came on the local tv channel. so i go there, i give eight shot. there was a lot of people there the first time and they asked me simple questions, what's your name? how old are you? where were you born? >> you were born in somalia. >> mogadishu somalia. >> you came to this country when you were 14 and you thought it would be cool to be in a movie with tom hanks? >> absolutely. >> what happened here, paul greengrass, once he cast you as the lead pirate, he decided he
didn't you to meet tom hanks until the very moment that you shoot the scene where you take over the bridge of the miersk alabama, so the first time you laid your eyes on tom hanks was when you shot that scene, were you disappointed you didn't get to meet him beforehand? >> i was a little scared, disappointment. me and my friend, too, we wanted to see tom. i understood the situation of the scene like how important it was for the director. so i just took it. >> and paul greengrass said to you, when you enter this bridge and shoot this scene, you into ed to own this scene. >> yes. >> so you are acting. you have never acted before, you are acting opposite one of the greatest actors of our time, how did you own the scene? >> i had to come out with all i got. i used a lot of imagination, i know where he's coming from. i talked to a lot of people that
came back from somalia and i read a lot of pirate stories and i let it be. i used my imagination. >> you say you used your imagination, that line we saw in the opening clip, you look at tom hanks and you go, "i'm the captain now," that wasn't in the script? you ad libbed against one of the great actors there is. >> i didn't ad-lib, i became the character, you know, i tried to get, you know, to be that guy for that moment. >> now, tom hanks, by the way, he said when he first laid eyes on you coming in that bridge shooting that scene, he called you the skinniest most terrifying guy he had ever met. you have a lot of pressure on you, not only as a first time actor, but you also were a little concerned at how this movie would portray somalis and how they would be perceived in the community where you lived.
>> absolutely. i'm just a person, you know, i live in america. so i just wanted to do the best i can. you know, i love acting. i just wanted to swhee i can do as an actor. >> i think it's important to note even though this movie or as this movie is getting academy award buzz, people are talking about your performance and tom hanks' performance. at the moment, you are back driving a limo in indianapolis. >> i'm not sure, i moved on to my brother's store. >> you moved on to your brother's store, you want to continue to act? >> i will continue to act. >> you think can you find roles? >> i hope so. >> you are amazing in this movie and i think, you know, no offense to tom hanks, in some ways you stole this film. so congratulations. >> tom helped me a lot to get the part out, you know, he would motivate me in a lot of ways, paul, too. >> thank you so much.
>> the magazine's slow cooker revolution has the recipe as the weather gets cooler. chris kim ball is the editor. chris, good morning, good to see you. >> how are you, guys? >> the slow cooker can yield a gore pay meal. >> this is leak i can't believe you did that in a slow cooker, think about a slow cooker. people think it's bones and soups and stuff. it's a teeny oven. it's a moist environment. it's small, so it's great for doing stuff that other people would do in an oven. so the french cook whole chicken, an oval casserole. this is perfect for it. the only thing we node to do is create flavor, slow cookers tend to take flavor out of things because there is a lot of moisture. so we have some garlic here in oil. we have some chili powder, garden salad. mix that in. we put that in a microwave for a minute. >> why the microwave? >> it blooms the spices to bring
them out. so now we have that mixture here. >> this is why i'm doing this segment. we have put this underneath. >> isn't that what they do when they serve you? >> dr. lauer. >> that's fine. >> dr. lauer. >> we will put some underneath the skin an on top. >> by the end of this segment, i'll have these gloves on. >> get right in there. >> look at that. >> he's done that before, i guess. >> all right. so you put that on there. >> nicely done. >> okay. now we will put this breadside down in the cooker. that's it. no, nothing else. put this on top. >> really? >> start this, put this on low and there we are. so we're going to put this in four to five hours. it creates its own juice, it comes out looking leak this a lot of spice on it, you get a lot of moist chicken.
>> you got another dish. >> what else? go ahead. sorry. >> so we're all going to do something a little unusual. we will do shrimp. if you think about shrimp the problem is they overcook for 30 seconds and they're done. we will create a poaching oil. we have slivers of garlic. we have also smoked paprika and red pepper flakes. we put that in. this is the mixture that goes in here 30 minutes on low, you are creating a lot of flavor. we have two pounds of shrimp. we have to shelf them. one way is to take your finger leak this, go through, take the legs off, separate the urschel. >> why couldn't you get them peeled? sorry. a crazy question. >> you can boy them and they're peeled. you might want to use a paring knife like this, see if there is a small vein in here. those go in. this is the liquid in now for 30
minutes. put the 2 pounds of shrimp in, the top on for 20 minutes. >> wow. >> they're nice and tender. >> we'll try one of those. >> the other thing we did brownies, in the kitchen, you smell that chocolate flavor, that's all the flavor coming out. if you do it in here, we do it in a springform pan, a little water in there, they're nice and moist. >> you get recipes on today.com. let's go over to natalie and al in the orange room. >> al is with me, guys, tomorrow, the team, we like to stay ahead of the trend. this is red hot. over 100 million hits all related to a fox. take a look at the singing sensation. [ music playing ] >> most of us learned animal noises when we were a kid. some are obvious, some not so
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