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sunol grade still finding the residual effect. >> to be chelear, not a mucky monday. good morning. breaking overnight -- belgian police release new video of th good morning. breaking overnight, belgian police release new video of the so-called man in white, just moments before the bombings of the brussels airport. why can't they track him down? as authorities confirm two more americans are among the dead. death toll rising. at least 70 people killed. many of those women and children, as a suicide bomber targets a park in pakistan. a taliban affiliated group claims responsibility, saying it intentionally targeted christians celebrating easter. truth or tabloid? ted cruz alleges donald trump is behind those tabloid charges of infidelity. >> he goes to garbage and sleaze and lies.
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>> while on the democratic side, hillary clinton looks to the failings of republicans as she tries to come up with a strategy to defeat trump in a general election. and bernie sanders pushes for one more debate. and party crashers. syracuse storms back to take an unexpected spot in the final four. north carolina, oklahoma, villanova also in the running to become college basketball's next national champion. today monday, march 28th, 2016. >> from nbc news, this is "today," with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> and goomorning. welcome to "today" on a rainy monday morning here in the northeast. and if you look up the word kaput in the dictionary, you'll see a picture of my bracket for the ncaa. >> oh really? well, if you look in my waste basket, you'll see my crumpled piece of paper. >> we'll have more on that bracket and the ncaa
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championships coming up in a little while. let's start on this monday morning with our top story. new surveillance video just released this morning highlighting the so-called man in white, who was with the suicide bombers at the airport in brussels. let's get right to nbc's keir simmons. he's got more on this. keir, good morning. >> reporter: hey, matt. good morning. terrible news this morning that four people who were injured didn't make it through the weekend, taking the total who were killed in these attacks to 35. a state department official confirming that now they believe four americans are among the dead. meanwhile, police here this morning issuing a new appeal for the man in the white, the man wearing a hat seen in surveillance video at the airport. that appeal includes this video. that is among multiple developments this morning in the investigation. on his knees, at gunpoint, police believe this man provided false identity papers to three terrorists.
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algerian alawi apprehended in southern italy allegedly part of a criminal underworld, facilitating an isis network in europe. brussels police investigating last week's attacks at the airport and metro, naming the suspect from a democratic arrest. armed officers helping a child to safety, sending in a bomb disposal robot before dragging away the man. while in the dutch city of rotterdam, four men were held. one suspected of involvement in planning the attack. italy, france, belgium, where there were 13 house raids sunday, to the netherlands and germany. the tensions in belgium turned to confrontation with police. far right protesters branded fascists by opponents, throwing missiles and flares. riot police are pushing the protesters back to avoid potential clashes. you can see them moving forward now.
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a march against fear had been planned, and then canceled over security fears. brussels struggling to return to normality. the road to the airport remains closed. it's still not clear when flights will resume. and then there's the man in white seen at the airport with two suicide bombers. belgian media reporting police believe he's shefu. nbc news has not confirmed those reports. in 2014, a man by the same name posted an internet documentary about the mistreatment of muslim detainees. this morning, six days after the airport attack, police haven't specified his alleged role. arrested saturday, he's facing charges, including terrorist assassination, or terrorist murder. this morning, there's news of three more suspects in charge. but guys, mystery surrounds that man in white. the fact that the police have put out a new appeal suggests they may not have him in custody. the man who we're seeing with two of the suicide bombers at
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the airport may still be out there. matt and savannah? >> keir simmons in brussels. keir, thank you very much. >> we have more now on those four americans confirmed among the dead this morning. gabe gutierrez is also in brussels and is covering that part of the story. gabe, good morning. >> reporter: savannah, good morning. another somber day here in brussels. later today, an interfaith memorial service is scheduled to remember the lives lost. this morning, the tributes are piling up for justin and stephanie shults. president obama calling their family, saying the couple epitomized all that was good about america. they'd met at vanderbilt university, became accountants, got married, moved abroad two years ago. on tuesday, they were dropping stephanie's mom off at the brussels airport. when the world shook. also killed at the check-in terminal, dutch siblings sasha and alex, headed to new york. they had hoped to become american citizens.
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alex set to be married. >> monday, i went to sleep hoping i would pick up my aunt in the airport. >> reporter: alee that was heading to rhode island for a relative's funeral. instead, she texted family members this photo at the airport shortly before she died. but while families grieve, others are thankful. >> i'm just glad he's alive. >> this morning, richard norbi is out of his medically induced coma. his family describing how they burst into sobs of joy. he was with a group of mormon missionaries from utah. >> how are you doing? >> i'm doing awesome. i'm feeling good. >> 20-year-old joe empi also improving. his parents hoping to bring him back home later this week. >> just sit and think about it, just think how tragic it could have been and how tragic it was for so many people. we're really lucky. really, really lucky. >> reporter: in addition to justin and stephanie, overnight
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the state department confirmed that two more americans were among the dead. their identities have not been released. matt and savannah? >> all right, gabe gutierrez, thank you. we have to turn now to another devastating terror attack. this one targeting christians as they celebrated easter at a crowded park in pakistan. nbc's chief foreign correspondent richard engel is with us here in new york with the latest on this. richard, good morning. >> it seems like every day on this show or another show talking about yet another terrorist attack. this one was uniquely horrific. 70 dead, according to some reports, which is just testimony to how crowded this park was and how powerful the explosive was as well. in pakistan this morning, the death toll has climbed to the dozens, and the target was uniquely sinister. even for a terrorist attack. the suicide bomber attacked a park in the city of lahore where christian families gathered to celebrate easter sunday. witnesses said the explosion happened near rides in the park.
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hundreds were injured, mostly women and children. the attack was claimed by a splinter group of the pakistani taliban, whose spokesman told nbc news the group proudly takes responsibility. speaking from an undisclosed location, the group said the intended targets were christian men celebrating easter. local television broadcast much of the grisly scene. ambulances struggling to get in and out of the site, the wounded carried out by first responders and civilians. in a statement, the pakistani army says it is resolved to bring the killers to justice. but now those responsible are warning of more violence, saying this was the first in a series of planned attacks throughout the country. the u.s. state department condemned this "cowardly act" in the strongest possible terms. pakistan's punjab province has declared three days of mourning. this was a terrible, terrible attack. >> thank you for the report. we turn now to politics and a new feud in the presidential race is developing between
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republican rivals donald trump and ted cruz, and on the democratic side, bernie sanders is trying to capitalize on a clean sweep of three contests over the weekend. nbc national correspondent peter alexander is keeping an eye on both races for us this morning. hey peter, good morning. >> good monday morning to you. barely a week until their next primary showdown in wisconsin, donald trump and ted cruz are clashing again over their personal lives as trump's foreign policy views are coming under new scrutiny today. trump telling "the new york times" for many years, the u.s. has been, in his words, the big stupid bully, systematically ripped off by everybody. for the republicans, an encore of insults. >> he attacks my wife. he attacks my family. he goes to garbage and sleaze and lies. >> ted cruz again blaming donald trump for what he's calling a tabloid smear, a "national enquirer" story suggesting cruz may have had extramarital aff r affairs. trump denying any involvement. >> the "national enquirer" did a story. it was their story. it wasn't my story. i have no idea whether it was
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right or not. they actually have a very good record of being right. but i have absolutely no idea. >> the frontrunner, without citing any evidence, accusing cruz or his campaign of buying the rights to that gq photo of his wife melania used in an anti-trump ad. the cruz camp saying not true. john kasich insisting the personal attacks should stop. >> families have to be off-limits. i mean, you cannot get these attacks on families. >> meanwhile, trump is touting his foreign policy plans, telling "the new york times" he's unpredictable by design, arguing he's not isolationist, but better described as america first. under consideration, putting a stop to importing oil from saudi arabia if they don't pay more for their defense. potentially allowing japan and south korea to go nuclear, and complaining that iran isn't buying american planes before it was pointed out to him that iran is still under sanctions and can't buy from the u.s. as for the billionaire's favorite megaphone, trump said
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he's unlikely to use twitter to take on world leaders. >> it's a great way of communicating, as far as i'm concerned, but i'm not going to be doing it very much as president. >> but he can't stop others with new images circulating on social media this weekend of a trump tombstone in central park reading "made america hate again." the new york city parks department confirming it was discovered and removed. and this morning, happy news for the trump family that has nothing to do with politics. the donald's a grandpa again. his daughter ivanka announcing the birth of baby theodore. my heart is full, she tweeted. among the democrats, bernie sanders fresh off his weekend sweep of alaska, hawaii, and washington state. he is now pushing for another debate before new york's primary next month on hillary clinton's home turf. matt and savannah? >> covering a lot of ground there, peter. thank you very much. >> mark halperin is the managing editor of bloomberg politics. bernie sanders had a good weekend. said okay, i swept these three races. what real impact does it have on the democratic race?
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>> momentum into next week. a week from tomorrow wisconsin. we've had lots s of primaries. wisconsin has its own day. huge opportunity for bernie sanders. if he can beat her there, and then come two weeks later here into new york. she's still the heavy favorite. but his big victory, fundraising, let's see what happens in wisconsin. it's a huge face-off on the democrats' side. >> let's stay on the republican side. it's potentially clarifying there, too. >> also huge for the republicans. the first state since we've gone down to three, trump, cruz, kasich. all three are trying to win. we haven't had a state where all three have gone for the victory. it's a huge state. trump has problems in wisconsin. conservative talk radio doesn't like him there. it's a huge face-off for the republicans as well. could be clarifying. if trump wins wisconsin, he gets even closer to being the nominee. if he loses new york and other states become competitive as well. >> let me ask you to weigh in here on this war of words between ted cruz and donald trump over each other's wives, and now these rumors from the "national enquirer" over alleged infideli
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infidelity. most people would think that serious voters would be nauseated by this. what impact is it having on the race? >> i think it's a testing for the two of them. our politics has been rough since the founding of the republic. this is not the first time personal lives have councilmember. it's a test for both of them. i'll be curious to see if they both continue this week. i don't think it's smart for ted cruz to fight with donald trump over this. and also donald trump does have a problem with female voters. and how female voters respond to this i think is a big question now, and then in the general election for donald trump if he's the nominee. >> you kind of made the point i was wondering about. because as much as i'm sure ted cruz does not like these attacks, it isn't as though he, you know, responded once and then let it go. every chance they get, he's saying this is ridiculous, this is outrageous. so does he see something of a political opportunity there as well? >> it is where the conversation is for some voters and some of the media. and it is where he feels he wants to fight donald trump now. but i don't think he'll beat donald trump playing this game.
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if you're a republican or if he's the nominee if you're a democrat, i think issues are going to matter more. i'd be surprised if both of them try to keep this going this week. >> you start to see a trickle of key republicans like jeb bush and john mccain and lindsey graham a couple weeks ago moving over to ted cruz, trying to stump donald trump. frank bruney wrote about this in "the new york times" yesterday, saying they expect cruz to lose the presidency, but then they also expect trump to lose it, and to lose it in an uglier, more divisive fashion. this lose with cruz faction figures that a reset of the party after a cruz defeat would be possible, whereas trump might not leave them with much of a party to reset. do you agree with that? >> there are a lot of republicans that think that. neither ted cruz nor donald trump today is particularly well-positioned to win a general election. a lot of republicans in the so-called establishment are saying let's find the way to keep control of the house, maybe keep control of the senate, and minimize our losses and rebranding the party. donald trump and ted cruz want to re-brand the republican party.
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and a lot of republicans think that's a dangerous thing. a lot of voters think it's a good thing. that's why they're the two leading candidates right now. >> mark halperin, always good to see you. have a good week. now to a troubling arrest in detroit to tell you about. an american airlines co-pilot pulled off a plane and taken into custody moments before takeoff on suspicion that he was drunk. nbc's ron mott is at the detroit metropolitan airport for us. ron, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. this probably happens more than any of us would really want to know. a pilot or co-pilot showing up to work under the influence of alcohol. officials here in detroit say that's exactly what happened here over the weekend. an american airlines co-pilot pulled off an early morning flight from detroit to philadelphia. >> they had him hand kufd and they were putting him into the vehicle. >> reporter: the pilot announced there was a problem with the co-pilot's seat. at first, she laughed it off. >> oh, there's the police car. they're coming to get somebody. and then i looked out and saw them walking. i went oh, they really are.
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>> reporter: tsa agents spotted the co-pilot acting strangely and notified airport authorities that they suspected he was drunk. it happens about once a month, according to the faa. a pilot or co-pilot is found to be drunk on the job. faa regulations include a so-called bottle to throttle rule. no flying within eight hours of consuming alcohol or a blood alcohol level of .04. the co-pilot of the american airlines flight allegedly testing above the legal limit, according to an faa statement. american airlines canceled the flight, leaving a number of spring breakers without a ride. one posting, spring break busted, #thanks. in a statement, american apologized, writing, this is a serious matter and we are assisting local law enforcement and the federal aviation administration with the investigation. >> everyone was talking about it. they were stunned when they figured out what it was. i'm glad i'm safe and they got him. >> reporter: the unidentified pilot is believed to be in his early 50s, and while the official rule is eight hours
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from bottle to throttle, the faa says a more conservative approach is 24 hours. back to you. >> i think passengers would appreciate that. ron mott, thank you. let's talk about march madness. two more teams punching their ticket to the final four last night. so let's start with the late game. north carolina the only number one seed to make it to the final four after beating notre dame. that score 88-74. bryce johnson had 25 points for the tar heels. they're going to face syracuse, who won the other game on sunday. the orange coming from way behind to beat virginia. they were down by 13, savannah, with just eight and a half minutes to play. they came back to win it. syracuse was not supposed to make it this far. they're the first ten seed to make it to the final four. as for the other two teams, villanova and oklahoma also won on saturday. they'll play in the other semifinal game next week in houston. >> very good job!
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>> i love this stuff. >> this is the name you'd go with? >> sports, and now for weather. >> it's a rainy morning in the northeast. could cause some delays at the airports early on. we've got heavier rain approaching boston, moving through hartford, into rhode island. heavy pockets of rain here in new york city. we're seeing the rain starting to come to an end in washington, d.c. this whole storm system is going to race to the northeast, but once the rain stops, the winds will kick in. overnight, we have all of these wind advisories in effect, from maryland through pennsylvania up into southern new england. we could see gusts up near 50 miles per hour this evening, so that can also cause some delays. in the backside of this storm system, we're going to see some cold air start to work in. we could end up with about four to six inches, especially across extreme northern maine later tonight. your local forecast is coming up in just 30 seconds.
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go around this weekend and that is going to extend into your monday. let's get a check right now with kari hall. >> we are in between a couple weather systems that will bring in some changes. you see snow over parts of the sierra and reno and spotty rain to the north we till have some dry air and there will be the chance that we could have a couple of spotty showers moving from the central valley over towards the east bay later on this afternoon. and the chance of that will be very slight. and we are still going to have some cooler than average temperatures throughout the day. let's check in now with anthony and see what's happening on the roads. >> the bay bridge metering lights on for half an hour and pretty extensive back towards emoryville and fastraks trying to get on through and switching over to the san mateo bridge and stop and go and there is a wind advise for the san mateo bridge because it has been pretty windy. a car fire in sunol that has been moved over to the shoulder and 101 northbound slow in san
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7:30 now on this monday morning, the 28th of march, 2016. yes, we do have a rainy start to the day here in rockefeller plaza, but we'll take it. good morning, everybody. good to have you along. >> let's get to today's head lines. belgian officials just released new video from the so-called man in white. this taken just moments before the attack on the brussels airport. nearly one week later, authorities have been unable to confirm his identity. the death toll from the attacks has also been raised to 35, and the state department confirms that includes four americans. the final four is set in the ncaa men's basketball tournament. north carolina the only number one seed left to take on syracuse, a ten seed, and a
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surprise of the tournament. the other match-up saturday night in houston, villanova and oklahoma. and in politics, bernie sanders swept the democratic contest in alaska, hawaii, and washington state over the weekend. but hillary clinton is already looking ahead to the general election. this morning, we have a better idea of how clinton would go after republican frontrunner donald trump if it got there. nbc's kristen welker is on that angle this morning. kristen, good morning. >> reporter: savannah, good morning to you. secretary clinton will campaign here in wisconsin today. and it comes on the heels of senator sanders raking up those three big wins over the weekend. still, his path to the nomination is narrow, and clinton is steadily pivoting to the general election. hillary clinton increasingly setting her sights on the next battle. >> love trump's hate. >> reporter: taking aim at donald trump on the trail, and behind the scenes her campaign devising a strategy and arsenal of attacks against the gop frontrunner who signaled he's doing the same. >> i haven't even started on hillary clinton yet.
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>> reporter: clinton campaign officials tell nbc news, trump's gop challengers have made a series of missteps, giving democrats a playbook for what not to do. the first error they say underestimating him. >> he's not going to be the nominee of the republican party. >> and worse, trying to beat donald trump at his own game, a tactic that backfired for marco rubio. clinton aides say the former secretary of state will engage on her most comfortable turf, policy. that strategy on display after he called for limited u.s. engagement in nato. >> if mr. trump gets his way, it will be like christmas in the kremlin. >> reporter: and concerned about trump's appeal with working class voters, the clinton campaign is also looking for ways to undercut his business record. >> i've been very successful. >> reporter: perhaps clinton's greatest weapon, trump's own words, which have alienated some minorities and helped create this growing gender gap. clinton beats trump among all women voters 60-31%. one gop attack ad hitting him
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hard on the issue. fat pig. >> real quotes from donald trump about women. >> i hate to see that. >> reporter: the question now, is trump truly teflon, or does he have an achilles heel? donald trump has been tight lipped about his general election strategy, but he has taken aim at secretary clinton over her record on foreign policy and that e-mail controversy. in fact, today, the "l.a. times" is reporting that the fbi investigation into her e-mails is entering a new phase. meanwhile, clinton will be giving a speech here at the university of wisconsin about the supreme court and take aim again at donald trump. matt, savannah? >> all right, kristen welker, thank you. one more note on politics. the presidential frontrunners will be on msnbc wednesday night. donald trump will join chris matthews for an exclusive town hall at 8:00 eastern, followed by hillary clinton on a special edition of "the rachel maddow" show. we want to turn to a decision by oscar de niro that's got a lot of people talking. hoda joins us now to explain.
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>> as you guys know, de niro is the co-founder of the tribeca film festival. just weeks before it opens, he's decided to pull a documentary linking vaccines to autism. a choice that de niro says was deeply personal. the controversial documentary called "vaxxed" asks in its trailer, are our children safe? >> my oldest son ian was walking and running. after the vaccine, he was no longer able to do that. >> the trailer includes a suggestion that a whistleblower spoke out from the cdc alleging the organization committed fraud and "knew that vaccines were actually causing autism." >> so i called the clinic, and i said i think my child has had an adverse reaction to those shots. >> and then came the head banging. constant banging against anything that he could find. >> but over the weekend, robert de niro, a tribeca film festival co-founder, announced he was pulling the film. de niro, who has an autistic
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son, released a statement saying, my intent in screening this film was to provide an opportunity for conversation around an issue that is deeply personal to me and my family. but after reviewing it over the past few days with the tribeca film festival team and others from the scientific community, we do not believe it contributes to or furthers the discussion i had hoped for. >> the cdc had known all along. >> after the announcement, the film makers fired back on their website, saying in part, we have just witnessed yet another example of the power of corporate interests censoring free speech, art, and truth. many of the critics point to the film's director and co-writer andrew wakefield, who also appears in the film. >> they sliced and diced the data in an effort to get rid of that effect. >> a known anti-vaccination activist and one-time gastroenterologist had his medical licensed revoked in 2010 and is the awe or the of a
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widely discounted study that has been retracted, findings he says have been widely mischaracterized and stands behind. thousands debate the decision on the film's facebook page. can't there at least be a discussion about the topic, one person asked? another adding, conspiracy-based films have no place in a film festival, unless they are labeled science fiction. and the festival says it doesn't seek to avoid or shy away from controversy, but there were concerns with certain things in this film that we feel prevent us from presenting it in the festival programs. since the announcement has been made on to bring the film back to tribeca. there had been study after study that have shown what this doctor is saying is not true. >> dr. wakefield is an extremely controversial figure in this debate. >> absolutely. >> it's a hot button issue with a lot of consequences as well. hoda, thank you very much. let us get a check of the weather. we've got dylan in for al this morning. >> good morning, guys. we're watching this storm system developing and getting its act together back through the
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rockies. we are seeing lighter snow across northern nevada. also into salt lake city. we have several winter storm watches and winter weather advisory. but also look at all the high wind warnings, down through southern california and in the las vegas area. winds will be very gusty, and it's dry, too. so that could lead to some fire weather danger. this area of low pressure will continue to move eastward as we go into the next 24 hours, and then out ahead of this system, we're going to see a line of storms develop, especially on wednesday, and we could see the potential of some stronger storms, some super cells with hail, damaging wind gusts, and also tornados possible. that would be wednesday afternoon into wednesday evening across western tennessee especially. area of high pressure in control in the meantime. temperatures through the plains we've got some sunshine out the window as we take a look now with some chilly temperatures and make sure you have a warm jacket before you head out. we're in the mid to upper 40s and some low 50s in the east bay. it be windy, as well, this
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afternoon. a couple spotty light showers possible across the east bay and the tri-valley and up to 65 degrees in the peninsula and the north bay. san ancisco a bit cooler there, too. 62 degrees and 67 degrees today in the south bay. >> and that's your latest forecast. >> okay, thank you. just ahead -- how much golf balls fit in a fool box? the odd interview questions one company is now banning for perhaps understandable reasons. on "rossen reports," the lost and found test. >> hi, good morning, i'm jeff rossen. coming. your vacation is over, you're packing up and rushing to catch a flight. easy to leave something behind. question is, will you get that item back? this morning a new test. we are leaving ipads in hotel rooms in plain sight. we're doing the same in rental cars, too, leaving them to be found.
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this morning we are going undercover to find out. i'm on vacation renting cars and staying in hotels. but when it's time to go -- let's be honest, you're packing up, you're rushing out of here, especially if you have kids, and you may leave something behind. it happens in rental cars, too. you're racing to the airport, trying to catch a flight, and you forget something in here. we depend on the honesty of others to return it, but will they? i'm testing it out. buying brand-new ipads, purposely leaving them behind in major hotel chains. we're going to leave the ipads right out in the open. in fact, i'm going to leave it here right on the desk. you can't miss it. in the cars, we're putting them right here under the seat but sticking out a little bit. hard to miss. on each device i turn on the "find my ipad" function to track them. the next day i check out of the hotels. >> thank you so much.
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>> reporter: and return the cars. >> returning another one. >> reporter: when i go back later to get the ipads, will the companies have them? i checked out yesterday and i forgot my ipad in my room. >> oh, my goodness. let me get somebody to help you. >> reporter: right away -- good news. this doubletree. >> you found it! you never know when a worker would steal this kind of thing. >> oh, i would not dare think one of our employees would do that but i'm glad she was able to find it though. >> reporter: in fact, i get lucky at most of the hotels. the only hotel with trouble -- this marriott. >> i apologize. we were not able to find it right now. >> reporter: the "find my ipad" signal went offline. we still don't know where it is. marriott later telling nbc news, we have well established procedures and a very high success rate of locating lost items. they're now looking into our missing ipad to see if any changes should be made. and we have even worse luck with the rental cars.
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at enterprise -- >> i lost my ipad -- >> reporter: they say they don't have it. the signal offline. over at national, the manager comes out. >> i haven't found the device. >> reporter: so where is it? the signal is coming from the rental car center, so he takes me down to search the car myself. >> not there. >> i'm going to pop the trunk for you. >> reporter: not there either. still a mystery. in a statement to nbc news, enterprise, which also owns national, saying, they have a comprehensive process and policy and make every effort to return found items. adding, they're certainly sorry we lost our ipad. but not even i was prepared for what happened at hertz. >> are you jeff rossen? >> nbc? >> are you? >> that's me. >> really? i want to shake your hand. well, this has never happened. these are hidden cameras. i'm supposed to be undercover here. >> you do a lot of those like undercover type things. >> yes. >> is that what you're doing here? >> i lose ipads.
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i lose things. >> reporter: my ipad turns up a couple of days later. but there's still one more ipad to find at budget. we track it to this house an hour and a half away and look in the driveway. there is our exact rental car we had the day before. hi. >> hello. >> jeff rossen from nbc news. how are you? >> fine. how are you? >> our ipad is here. we lost an ipad in a rental car. do you have it? >> yeah. >> you found this in the rental car? >> yes, i did. it was under the front seat. >> turns out she rented the car after us. >> what does it tell you about the way they clean the car? >> a little disturbing. >> what would you do if i hadn't showed up? >> i was going to give it back. i called them, yeah. >> reporter: ten ipads lost, seven returned. not bad, america. love the high-five. for those three that disappeared, they're still gone. if this happens to you there is a way to protect your personal information. you can actually erase everything on your ipad or your iphone remotely. it is easy.
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kn monday morning i'm meteorologist kari hall. sunshine as you head out the door. once again this morning and cool temperatures. a live look at the golden gate bridge. everything looks great there. we will also have the sunshine throughout the day and snow to the east of us and a couple light spotty showers to the north and the chance we could have a little bit of rain over the east bay until later on today. some of those showers could fire off later on. we'll be watching out for that. otherwise, expect mostly sunny skies and temperatures that will be cooler than yesterday, reaching the 50s near the coast and low 60s inland and up to 64 today in napa. let's see what's happening on the roadway with anthony. >> things are pretty slow and this is from the hayward side. barely making its way over towards the peninsula but it's moving. no accidents but it's a typical slowing that we usually find here and there and that is the case across the east bay. same build for 680, it builds spots.
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same deal for south bay headed over towards san ramon. things improve down towards fremont. 101 is slow in spots against san jose. past san jose into the peninsula and past moffett field and going on 85, as well. and that continues over towards 280 but 280 is wide open and 1 o01 is slow in spots as you head over to the city. back over to you. >> thank you, anthony. happening right now, news of a huge bust on the high seas including $200 million worth of cocaine. a bay area coast guard crew is talking about it later this morning. you can link to the video right now on our twitter feed. being called a landmark deal to raise california's minimum wage to $15 an hour and supposed to hear more from governor brown and link to the specifics right now on our facebook page. music and fashion mogul sean diddy combs funding a charter school in his hometown of harlem. find the whole story.
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together, we're building a better california. it's 8 it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, all hail the queen. >> try to go follow in her foot steps is a huge deal. the new documentary giving a rare glimpse into the everyday life of britain's longest reigning monarch. shell-shock. an easter egg hunt canceled after parents storm the field. >> it was very rude of them. they broke my bucket. on trending, the newest case of parents behaving badly. master class. with just one week until golf's biggest tournament we go one on one with jordan spieth. he'll open up about life on the tour, the olympics and what it's like to wear that storied green jacket. today is monday, march 28th,
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2016. ♪ what you going to say [ cheering ] >> on spring break from the windy city to the big apple! >> hello. >> woo! ♪ >> hi savannah. my name is savannah too! >> girls' trip to new york city! >> hey, guys, how are you? >> we're back now. 8:00 on a monday morning, the 28th day of march, 2016. it is decidedly not nice in new york city. it's pouring. it's chilly. you know what, can we take a second to thank all the people who come out here and are standing outside the show for hours. nice job, folks. thank you very much. >> good effort, team. way to go on the plaza. speaking of good effort. you're staying extra hours and
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co-hosting with hoda today. >> inside, i hope. >> i have just requested you guys do the show on the plaza. >> it would be fun. fourth hour today. hoda and me. you're doing it tomorrow. >> yes. coming up, if you're looking for sweet success with your diet plan but you love sweets. joy bauer is here to help you indulge without the guilt. you have probably done your spring cleaning around the house, maybe in your car. what about your makeup bag? we'll show you why you want to do it immediately. but first, natalie has a check of the morning's top stories. natalie. >> good morning, guys. two more americans have been identified among the brussels bombing victims as the death toll rose to 35 overnight. police have released a new video of a key suspect. nbc's keir simmons is in brussels with more. keir, good morning. >> reporter: natalie, good morning. mystery this morning surrounding the man in white wearing a hat seen in surveillance video at
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the airport. police issuing a new appeal for information. you see him there. it includes this video. he is walking with two of the airport suicide bombers. minutes after the footage is recorded the explosives detonate. reports that the police have apprehended him now say that's not the case. this morning three more suspects have been charged. news from a state department official that the americans now believe that three -- four americans died in those attacks, including stephanie and justin shults, who were just going to the airport to drop their mom off. as you mentioned, news, too, that four people who were injured didn't make it overnight, bringing the death total now to 35. natalie. >> keir simmons in brussels for us. thank you, keir. pakistan has declared three days of mourning for the victims of an easter terrorist bombing in a children's park. the suicide attack in lahore
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killed at least 70 people. many women and children. about 300 people wounded. a splinter group of the pakistani taliban claimed responsibility saying the intended targets were christian men celebrating easter. pakistan's army is vowing to bring the killers to justice. family members jump from their windows to escape a fire overnight in a denver apartment building. they were trapped on the second and third floors. 11 people suffered minor injuries from the jump. restaurant chains and food stores will get more time to start posting calorie counts on their menus. food and drug administration now says it will delay the new rules until 2017. they were supposed to go into effect at the end of this year. there has been a strong opposition from many in the prepared-food industry. the rules were passed as part of the health care overhaul in 2010. a car-jacker tried to pull a fast one on police even after their high-speed chase had ended. los angeles police say the suspect stole a pickup truck from another woman in her own
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driveway. she led them through a residential area, driving up curbs and over lawns. when she was finally forced to stop, she came out with her hands up but then tried to jump into the driver's seat of the police cruiser. she was tackled and arrested. the truck's owner watched the chase live on tv and said she was just praying that nobody got hurt. they got their woman there. as an athlete knows, some losses hurt more than others. spring training game between chicago and seattle delayed for five minutes sunday when, look at this, a cloud of bees swarmed the field in mesa, arizona. cubs outfielder jason heyward tried to escape by climbing the fence. he was stung more than ten times. however, he still managed to swat a two-run homer. but his cubs ended up losing 12-9. that had to really hurt on top of all of those stings. >> ever get stung more than once? >> no. never been stung.
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>> never stung by a bee? >> i'm surprised he was able to keep playing after ten stings. >> i sat on a bee once as a little kid. i don't know why i brought it up. it was terrible. >> for the bee. probably too. [ laughter ] >> by the way, natalie, you're not done. you also have more on the celebration for the queen. >> the queen about to turn 90. last night a special documentary aired in the u.k. giving viewers a rare glimpse into her life. >> queen elizabeth at windsor castle sunday celebrating easter with members of the royal family. and with her 90th birthday weeks away, it is the nation's turn to celebrate her. her majesty the queen has broken almost every royal record. >> in the new documentary, "our queen at 90" the next generation of royals says she is a tough act to follow. >> trying to follow in her footsteps is a huge, huge deal. how does one do that? where do you even start?
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>> but guiding them, the queen sees it as part of her job. >> she is being jogenerous and forceful. she has been a gentle guidance for me. i think i've still got to learn a little bit more. >> what about that incredible 70-year partnership? the queen and prince philip. there anything to be learned there? >> we've got quite a long way to go. everybody is fantastic. to have seen and experienced as much as they have together, it's really special. >> of course, she has done it all in style. >> she looks great in her clothes. elegant. classic. she has got wonderful, happy color to her. at all times. i think that's the word. happy. >> they all speak of her incredible unflagging energy. >> she inspires me every day.
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>> and duchess kate reveals what might surprise some. the queen can be a doting grandmother. >> it's so fun watching. she always leaves a little gift or something in their room when we go and stay. that just shows, i think, her love for her family. >> president obama also featured in the documentary praising the queen for being an inspiration to people around the world. he'll have lunch with her at windsor castle when he visits the u.k. later this month. >> natalie, thank you. that's neat. coming up on trending, how a group of pushy parents -- pushy is the only word we could actually use on the air -- spoiled an easter egg hunt in a big way. how some of your favorite stars celebrated the easter holiday. from fat to fit. joy bauer shows you how to lighten up your favorite sweet
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it's 8:13. >> still talking about easter. the candy company pez has thrown an easter egg hunt. this time it ended before it began. because a few poorly behaved parents rushed the field prematurely to snatch up eggs and to break baskets. take a look. >> someone pushede over and took my eggs and it was very rude of them they broke my bucket. >> they broke his bucket. >> pez released a statement saying it turned into a mess. i would like to apologize to each of our guests. we only wanted to do good for the community. >> so a few bad eggs. >> why would the parents do that? >> they wanted to make sure
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their kids got enough eggs. so they wanted an advantage. >> that's crazy. >> they broke the little boy's bucket. >> we had to put a closed caption on his cute little words. >> we don't go back. all right. we've all been through the interview process. normally the questions you get asked in an interview with things like what's your greatest strength or your greatest weakness or where do you see yourself in five years. i was once asked what historical figure inspired you most. fair question, all right. well, impact interview, a recruiting website compiled a list of questions for candidates by google. some questions we're not even smart enough to answer. here are a few that have been band to being asked. you have to get from point a to point b.
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you don't know if you can get there. what would you do, carson? >> me? i don't know how to answer that. >> how about this one, natalie. explain the significance -- >> put me on the spot. >> of "dead beef." >> not vegetarian. >> there you go. >> savannah. how much should you charge to wash all the windows in seattle? >> as much as i possibly could. i don't know. are you going to give us the answers? >> there are no answers. >> cool and creative in coming up with these funky questions. >> how does it tell you if this person will be a good employee. >> how does it apply to real life. >> it's a creative position. >> if you're applying somewhere and the questions are actually a riddle, that probably won't be a good fit. >> the windows in seattle, as much as it rains the window guess washed. >> dead beef means a program crashed. in computer code it means a software crash. >> that makes sense.
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maybe they're supposed to know "dead beef." >> i think you would google it. >> let's google them. now let's take a look at a big moment in any up and coming singer's career. take a look. [ radio playing ] >> who is she? jamie orr. sitting in her car anxiously waiting because her song is about to be played for the first time. the anticipation is driving her nuts. check out the moment when her song is finally played. >> listen to this song. her first single called "love it a war." ♪ ♪ don't know if i can love you so ♪ >> yay for her. i think her face pretty much --
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>> apparently what happened was she had the camera up there. the guy teased on the radio that he was going to play her song. then it took forever. commercial breaks and interviews and other topics. she just kept sitting there. and finally they played it. >> what a nice moment to hear your song on the radio. >> very sweet. >> good too. the little bit. now that we know the final four teams. a good opportunity to check in and see how we're doing on our brackets. >> why would you do that? >> here is mine. kansas, duke, north carolina, virginia. one more shot for one more victory. and that's -- then i'm toast. completely toast. savannah. >> oregon, kentucky, utah. >> carson. >> kansas, texas a&m. michigan state. they went out early. and north carolina. >> you had north carolina. >> natalie. >> i think i was -- yeah, not great either. >> you are winning, by the way. >> i heard! [ laughter ]
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>> i heard. >> yes. >> i wasn't going to brag. >> i don't know how. >> here is dylan's. >> west virginia, purdue. out aeni long time ago. big weekend at the box office. round up of the easter celebration. super model janice dickinson revealing that she's been diagnosed with breast cancer. >> i got the call, and my doctor informed me that, yes, it is indeed cancer. when i found out, i knew i had to be brave, and i had to be strong. and the fear factor, you couldn't see. i'm going to get through this. you betcha', kiddo! i'll be just fine! >> the 61-year-old discovered the cancer during a routine medical exam earlier this month. the cancer was detected and its earlier stage.
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she is optimistic about fighting the disease. to see the full interview visit daily "batman v superman," anybody see it this weekend? >> not yet. the film received less than good reviews including a 29% rating on rotten tomatoes. in an interview one reporter asked the two stars about the bad reviews. >> i wonder how that makes you guys feel and whether it will affect the film as such. >> the interesting thing is that -- ♪ hello darkness my old friend ♪ i've come to talk with you again ♪ ♪ because a vision softly creeping, within the sound of silence ♪ [ laughing ] >> ben. >> i agree. [ laughter ] >> looks like ben will have the last laugh. despite the negative reviews the
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movie raked in serious money. $170 million domestically over the easter weekend. putting it in sixth place for best opening weekend ever. finally. famous faces marking easter. president obama posted a few pictures of his family on easter morning. the president showed pictures of family at church saying we wish all who celebrate a blessed and joyful easter. the kardashian clan had not one but two easter bunnies attend the party. west and taiga dressed up. big hit with the kids. taylor swift, big fun with her brother austin, battling it out to see who could break the other's egg first. no word on who was declared the winner. >> ground yourself! >> there you go. by the way, happy birthday to my mother. i love you, mom. so glad i remembered that. >> happy birthday to her. >> thank you. dylan. >> we talked about the wind
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earlier in the southwest. we do have fire weather advisories, red flag warnings, because the wind is combining with humidity around 14 or so percent. it's very dry and any fire that develops could spread rapidly. this goes for most of new mexico and into parts of western texas and most of arizona as well. right in the red area here including tucson we could see our best chance of any fire spreading rapidly. we're looking at gusty winds about to 40 miles per hour. this area of low pressure will develop into a rain maker by the middle of the week. besides the northeast, the rest of the country and 50 in san francisco and a few more clouds mixing in this
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afternoon. in san jose, up to 63 degrees. also, 6 approximate in palo alto. 70 in the financial district. and in the north bay, a couple of spotty showers possible in the east bay and tri-valley. your latest forecast. savannah. >> dylan, thank you so much. we're learning more this morning about the victims of the brussels terrorist attacks. the pinczowskis who lived in new york and were on the way home were killed. jim cain new alex very well because his daughter cameron was engaged to him. ambassador cain joins us now. sir, good morning to you. >> good morning, savannah. thank you for having me on. >> we send our condolences to your entire family and alex and sa sasha's family. how are they doing. >> it's excruciating. we're in holland now preparing for the services later this week. it's been tough since 7:30 tuesday morning when cameron got
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a call from alex and sashcha's mother saying that they were in the delta ticket line when the bomb went off. that started a 72-hour ordeal beginning with cameron posting on facebook. including cameron and her mother wandering the hauls of the hospitals in brussels trying to pass out pictures to try to find them. eventually late thursday night we were told that they were -- they were no -- they were not -- not among the remaining living victims. >> those must have been agonizing hours for the entire family. what would you want people to show about alex? >> alex was a wonderful young man. brilliant. i have said that before. he had an incredible mind. just incredible ability to recall detail. he loved the outdoors. he loved new york. he loved north carolina. but he had a real soft side. we took alex and helen's mother
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and my father and the two girls with us to scotland last summer. i'll never forget. we went to the family, helen's side of the family castle for a fifth reunion. and alex, unbee nouncknownst to snuck back at night and convinced someone at the castle to give him the flag for cameron's birthday not long ago. he had a gentle side and was a brilliant young man. >> our hearts go out to all of you during this difficult time. former u.s. ambassador jim cain. thank you for your time and your reflection, sir. >> thanks for having us. there is a message here, savannah. the message from cameron. that is that, you know, her husband -- and we didn't know this until tuesday, savannah -- the bright spot of the week was as cameron told us tuesday night as she was huddled with us in
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her apartment in new york, two years ago she announced they had gotten engaged, gotten married ==anim=happenintoday. at 8:26 on your monday morning, i'm sam brock. happening later today locally, governor brown is expected to formally announce a plan that, if approved, would give californians the highest minimum wage in the country, eventually reaching $15 an hour by 2022. between now and then, it would jump in yearly increments starting at $10 an hour. an agreement would put an end to a brewing political battle this fall involving unions, business owners and lawmakers. the first 50 cent increase would come next year. some cities, including san francisco, already a $15 per hour minimum wage in place. well, the wind is creating a bit of havoc.
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anthony, you're watching something on the bay bridge? >> yes. once you get over the open water, the winds are gusting to 15, 20 miles per hour. switching over to the map, we're still finding spots that are slow like 680 to san ramon. heading towards the san mateo bridge, as you head over towards san jose, 101 is slow all the way towards cupertino. keep that in mind. once you get out of san jose, 101 is slow in spots. 280 is the highway to pick if you're headed to the city. >> that will do it. see you again in 30 minutes.
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morning, guys! hey, everybody. it's monday, march 28th. 8:30 this morning. and it is a beautiful day on the plaza if you love a little bit of spring showers. the prom is in may, may flowers.
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joy bauer is going to prove something savannah often says is unprovable, that you can actually turn decadent desserts into healthier, indulgences, she will let us taste some of those. listen up. when was the last time you guys cleaned out your make-up bags? >> matt? >> thursday. >> coming up, we're going to show you how items that you use every day but often neglect like your makeup bag need cleaning. how often you should be doing it. tell you everything you need to know about it. >> got some interesting home remedies in there. it's not pouring anymore. just a little damp in the northeast. heavier rain moves up into new england as we go through this afternoon and tonight. we are looking at that early week rain to move out, then as we get to the middle of the week we'll watch out for some stronger storms through the eastern plains and moving into the midwest. later in the week that same storm system will make its way up and down the east coast.
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best chance is stronger strong down through the carolinas and georgia. temperatures much above normal this week. upper plains and midwest, as rockies we have some snow and dwin gusty winds. we should be close to 70 degrees by the end of the week up and down the east coast and even warmer down across the southeast. then that cooler air will start to move in to the plains but much above normal temperatures in the pacific northwest. good morning. we have a cool start and we will have some major -- minor changes in our forecast today. it's now 46 degrees now in the north bay. 49 degrees in the south bay and 50 in san francisco. it will be into the low 60s for the high today. 62 degrees. a bit cooler. 65 degrees in the north bay. we will have a chance of some spotty rain in the east bay as well as the tri-valley and the south bay today with gusty winds there and in the peninsula. a high in the mid-to upper 60s.
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>> if you got to head out the door, check out today on our sirius xm channel, 108. now to our ongoing series "start today," spring forward. this morning a diet plan that allows you to meet your goals and yes, still enjoy the desserts you love. >> if it sounds too good to be true, it is not. "today" nutritionist joy bauer shows you how in her new book called "from junk food to joy food." >> attention, cheesecake lovers! a typical slice of strawberry cheesecake at a popular chain weighs in at about 730 calories. but there is good news -- i have a joy food version just for you.
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blend. bake at 350 for 50 minutes and let it cool. hollow out the berries. pipe in the filling and garnish will lemon zest. junk food version at 730 calories is out. the joy food version for just 92 calories is in. that's is a savings of 638 calories! i love decadent desserts. including glazed cinnamon buns. the type you get at the mall, about 880 calories. but mine, a whole different delicious story. cinna-yums. egg whites, pumpkin puree, yogurt, brown sugar.
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combine wet and dry. cook the pancake buns. prepare icing. mix light cream cheese and maple syrup. assemble. top are pecans and cinnamon. the junk food version at 880 calories is out. the joy food version at just 150 calories is in. that's a savings of 730 calories. woo! >> all right, joy is here for a taste test. she doesn't get to taste them. we get to taste them. first up, should we try are the strawberry cheesecake? >> each one of these little gems is about 20 calories. >> that's really good! >> you could have eight of them and still clock in under 200 calories and feel virtuous.
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i love that you get a lot of strawberry which has vitamin c which is immune boosting. these recipes aren't only lightened up, they're healthfied as well. >> the cinnabun is a tough one to compete with. >> it is messy but i hope you love it. >> that's really good! >> i have been critical of some of your healthier things, but these are both unbelievably good. >> you want the flavor of those two different things, this satisfies that. >> to be able to eat this much of it. >> the whole idea behind the book is that just with a few clever ingredients swapped, you can take any fattening favorite and make it guilt-free. these things are all freezable, you make it once, you can eat it twice, three times. nothing is obscure. simple recipes. >> what is this we're drinking? >> that's just water with a
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little bit of fruit. >> the book is called "from junk food to joy food." joy and her fellow "js" will be here friday to answer questions. that comes in a special facebook chat. >> that's joy, jenna -- i can't remember everybody -- jill. now to something new we're calling women entertaining today. women breaking barriers in the digital world today. >> many of the major intelligence agencies now have entire teams dedicating to finding the next big digital store. it is not surprising that many women are now taking their careers into their own hands bypassing the system. >> reporter: she is the brains behind issa rae pruoductions, a production company that lives
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mostly online. >> when i have an idea i want to just execute it at all cost. being online and working with people who are just as impulse of and just as hungry and eager to get their work out there is just the most ideal dream come true. >> reporter: the stanford graduate produced her first series in college. but really got noticed with her 2011 web series the misadventures of an awkward black girl. >> complaining so much about what i was not seeing. i was wanting more people to put their voices out there and it took me a minute to say, i have a voice! i want my own interpretation. i want to put myself out there. >> reporter: the series went viral. the second season was funded by pharrell and soon rae got representation and secured a deal with hbo. >> i had entered the industry even though it was very, very small in scale. but without any type of gatekeeper. i didn't really look back after that. >> reporter: today, rae's
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youtube channel which has over 200,000 subscribers, more than 20 million views, serves as a platform not only for her own original stories but a place for her to showcase other female and minority voices. >> i'm very much about lifting as i climb because i didn't necessarily have that same opportunity. so why not? >>. >> reporter: rachel bloom is the co-creator, star, executive producer and golden globe winner of "crazy ex-girlfriends," a musical television show about a woman who uproots her life to move across the country. but it's here just over five years ago that she got her start. take me through the growth curve there. >> i wanted to be my own kind of one-person sketch group creating and per forming my own content. i tried to supplement it with doing internet stuff. >> reporter: her first video was
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entitled "not suitable for work" went viral. went super viral and got me noticed very quickly in a way that likefy saw it in a movie would seem fake. snoep ev . >> reporter: bloom churned out videos while working as a writer for other tv shows. >> the first show i got hired for i was the only girl in the writer's room and i think i got hired because partially they were like we need a woman. >> reporter: that's changed now. "crazy ex-girlfriends" has seven women in its writer's room. and the co-creator is a woman. >> she is like this is my idea, i know it is a good idea. working with her has made me more aware of my own tendencies as a woman to like explain my own presence and apologize for my ideas before i even get my ideas out. >> reporter: what do you think the landscape looks like now for digital and tv and how are women sort of changing that? >> i think that when you have women's voices more present in
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what's being created, you get stuff that hasn't been seen before. >> reporter: like bloom, rae will soon be introduced to an even broader audience. "insecure" is a series she's created for hbo. >> i just love that i'm doing what i want and i hope it will catch on. >> reporter: a mutual feeling for both women. there is a digital landscape that looks so bright for women right now which is something they haven't had as many opportunities to do in hollywood. lot more women, broad city women, who have made it offer digital out to the networks. lisa kudrow had her web series, web therapy, now going to showtime. >> i like how they're making their own opportunities. >> that's really the key i think for women in the industry. rachel bloom you guys will have later on. >> in the 10:00 hour with hoda. >> tomorrow i'm going to take you behind the scenes with the only woman in late night,
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samantha bates. she's awesome. >> i think we all love her around here. >> natalie, thank you. coming up next, matt goes one-on-one with 22-year-old golf superstar joe drdan spieth. plus, we're going to clean up your makeup bag. quick and easy ways to keep it clean. but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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nobody has had a better year than jordan spieth. five tournaments, two majors. winning him the title 2015 pga tour player of the year. nice to have you back. how are you doing? >> everything is good. >> the good news is you are the 2015 player of the year. you won two majors, all these other tournaments. expectations now huge for you. is it tough? >> sure. we try to stick to our own expectations.
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i've certainly set them really high the last few years. we've been able to achieve them. now we know what we're capable of doing in a year, so why not set them up there again. >> so what specifically did you change in terms of your goals for this year? what are you looking to do? what are you looking to accomplish? >> for me this year, i'm going to try to have a chance to win at least two majors on sunday afternoon. if we can do it in all of them again, it would be spectacular. but getting ourselves up there, at the biggest events the year is key. >> i'm sitting here looking at your jacket. the masters champion jacket. >> my proudest possession. >> as that comes up in a couple weeks, do you prepare for that any differently being the defending champ? >> i don't think i would do anything different from last year. last year i played the couple weeks prior. i am looking at doing that again. try and get myself into a rhythm. try and get kind of the mental mistakes out of the way that you can make in your first week off after an off week. >> let's talk about the sport in general a little bit. any sport, to survive, has to
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inspire the next yen racigenera players. i've been impressed with golf's chip, drive and putt competition. do you like it? >> i was there at augusta national for the inaugural event. anybody can compete. you go to one of hundreds of qualifying sites to try to work your way up to be one of the 80 participants that kick off masters week. as a junior golfer, i would be grinding to try to get this chance. i was there on the sunday the first time it happened. it was incredible. it felt like a masters round with kind of the chatter around the cheers, the echos for these kids. >> that they'll never forget. >> yeah. they were able to putt to a sunday pin to pretty much the feeling of winning a masters when you're actually there. it's really incredible. >> you started out young. when you started playing golf at a young age -- i have a son who loves golf. his friends think basketball and
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baseball are cool. >> sure. >> when you were growing up did your friends think golf was cool? >> it was the same deal. i had a group of friends from school. we played all sports together. i was really the only one, with maybe one or two others, who enjoyed golf. the others really liked the action of the other sports. i loved being able to control my own destiny, putting in my own work and being able to see that kind of come through. >> the olympics are coming up this summer. golf back in them for the first time in a long time. looking at your jacket there, how would standing on a podium with a gold medal around your neck hearing the national anthem compare to standing at augusta as they place the jacket on your shoulders? >> it's difficult to tell, but i can't imagine anything better than standing up there knowing that you have accomplished something for your country, for your family, for yourself like an olympic podium. walking the opening ceremonies with the best athletes in the world will be maybe the coolest golf experience of my life.
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if i get the chance to stand on the podium i imagine it will be a pretty similar feeling. >> i got to see a little bit of the outfits, the uniforms, that team usa will be wearing at the olympics. it's pretty nice stuff. it occurs to me, we're kind of the same size. >> yeah? >> if you get extra swag while you're over there -- >> pass it over. >> 32 waist medium. >> you got it. >> boom. >> good luck, jordan. >> catch the 2016 drive, pitch and putt championship sunday, april 3rd on our sister station, golf channel. here is savannah. >> matt, thank you. up next, when was the last time you cleaned your makeup brushes or removed lint from your hair dryer? maybe never. how to freshen up your beauty routine. but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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we're back.
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8:50. time for spring cleaning of your beauty routine. buzz feed's style editor is here with simple ways to clean everything in your makeup bag. augusta, good morning. >> good morning. >> starting with cleaning your makeup bag itself. >> if you have a makeup bag that's nylon or plasticy, flip it inside out. you have sturdy makeup that's been on there for a couple of years. take a makeup wipe and start rubbing everything off. it's coming off. really gross. if you have a cloth makeup bag, just throw it in the washing machine with your laundry. >> okay. >> you wouldn't worry that it would get on your clothes? >> do it with darks. it will probably be fine. >> lipsticks. >> this is really, really gross. so, if you have a lipstick that you keep reapplying after you eat. >> right. >> -- basically what happens is you are pressing your lipstick onto the food bacteria that's on
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your lip and that bacteria is living on your lipstick as well. >> how lovely! >> yes. all you want to do is take a disinfecting wipe that's usually used for cosmetics. don't use anything that's toxic or has chemicals on it. and give it a wipe. do it once or twice after reapplying. >> how do you make sure it doesn't get smushed? >> if you use a wipe, gently press against it. if it has alcohol in it it will kill the bacteria. >> let's do brushes and blenders. >> this is a beauty blender. it's a sponge. so it works really well for when you are applying your makeup to make it look like a seamless finish. it's a sponge, so it absorbs the foundation and makeup you're putting in it. mix liquid soap with warm water in a bowl. >> like dishwasher soap or hand soap? >> anything is fine. anything that will start to get
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all of the -- >> sudsy? >> yeah. get it all sudsy. you can see the bowl is already pretty gross. that's all been putting on your face. >> yeah. okay. >> then you just rinse it off in warm water. >> all right. >> warm water. okay. then dry it out? >> yeah. let it dry. once it's good to go. it's already better. >> it looks better. it does. talk to me about the brushes. >> the brushes. you should be doing this about once a week. you can mix olive oil and dish soap in a little bowl and just start to rub the makeup brush around in the solution. >> yep. >> this will start to get all of the grime off of it. basically what happens is, when your makeup brushes are dirty, you have all the oils on your face and everything going into the brush and mixing with the foundation and it works as like a breeding ground for bacteria. >> 30 seconds left. lightning round. rinse it out and lay it out to dry. >> yes. for a blow dryer use a tooth
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brush and get into the lint and get all of that gross stuff out of the back. >> then throw out the tooth brush. >> don't use the one that you use normally. for a hairbrush. i believe this is hoda's hairbrush. take a pen and loosen up all of the hair. you can use a comb or scissors to get the rest out of it. kind of work it through. >> or cut it. >> you could. >> last but not least. the curling iron. >> use steel wool. not anything with detergent. >> thank you so much augusta. back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc. >> i like the olive oil thing. >> yeah.
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john cena is co-hosting this boss versus assisi'm . new deo ts morng... good morning. it's 8:56 right now. i'm kris sanchez. new video of a big drug bust. 13,000 pounds of cocaine was seized on march 3rd. the estimated street value, more than $200 million. the crew intercepted an improvised submarine south of panama. this is the latest in a series
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of big busts by the coast guard over the past year mounting to more than 250 tons of cocaine. happening now, crew members are getting set to talk more about this bust at their home base in alameda. our bob redell is there. you can get a link to the bust right now in our twitter feed. people who live in san leandro are unnerved about racist graffiti that occurred over the weekend. the messages are filled with hate. we posted the latest on our home page. kids are left disappointed after an easter egg hunt is abruptly canceled. a link to that story on our facebook page.
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this morning on "today's take," professional wrestler john cena tags in as co-host. and you won't believe your eyes. the amazing "ohs." mind-blowing tricks. and nick cannon shows us a fun game to play. all that and more coming up now. . >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take" with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist, and tamron hall. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. and welcome to "today" on this monday, march 28th, 2016. a little drizzly outside but we don't care because john cena's here. >> as always, you guys always
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pick good music. it is monday morning, it is blue, rainy. i picked muddy waters because he has a way of making those blues sound oh, so good. you can't spend what you ain't never had. >> you make me want to get back into bed. >> how is your shoulder, by the way? last time i guess we checked in with you over on twitter. >> i'm feeling really good. had physical therapy the last two and a half months. i've done close to 400 hours of therapy. i feel very, very good. >> you are back in the ring already. >> i am not. wrestlemania is sunday. that's going to be a very, very special day. i'll try and weasel my way in but i'm not sure just yet. the "today" show has a connection to wrestlemania. "today" show correspondent jw c
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l lunden lunden is going to be recognized. it is a special time for her this weekend. >> congrats, joan. what else you got coming up? >> a lot of stuff. >> it is the john cena hour. >> we sent out a tweet wishing you well during your surgery. thousands, thousands of tweets came in from your fans saying, we're with you, john. it is amazing. the fans and their love for you is so good. >> i try to inspire everybody out there to just never give up. when a problem hits you, just do what you can to keep your bearings and try to solve it. >> fighter always.
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>> absolutely. >> i hear you had a big easter, too. >> i did. i did. we had a wonderful time. actually a few days before easter, nicole, my -- the love of my life -- >> we're going to meet her. >> the boss. she's going to be here. her mom got married and we had a wonderful celebration dinner at the world renowned burns astronaut restaurant in tampa, florida. we got to take three generations of her family to doinner. >> which is the newlywed. >> in the front. grandmother on the left. aunts and uncles. >> i see you back there. that's the smallest i've ever seen you. are you getting a lot of family pressure now saying, okay, newlyweds here -- >> i was getting a lot of pressure then, to this day. >> we'll put a little more pressure on you today. >> yes. >> you had quite a feat.
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>> yeah. i cooked easter. i went to church and i cooked easter dinner. here's the deal. i have a friend who doesn't eat meat or poultry or anything like that. i had lamb, salmon and ham. that's the al roker ham. al roker gives us a ham every christmas that's amazing. i ordered the half version of the roker. i cooked up some stuff and we had it over at a friend's house. we packed it all up and brought it over there. super fun. i went to church -- >> a 45-pound ham? >> we didn't follow it with water. we did wine. i went to church and my minister here in new york -- i go to madison avenue church. look at her feet. she wears cowboy boots every sunday but these were specific for easter.
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easter cowboy boots? >> the pink represents the pentecostal. there is a skull on it for good friday. and then the resurrection she has in the front represented in the design. she had a whole story. but it is amazing. >> of course you would notice her shoes. >> they're cowboy boots! i'm a texas girl. you were on vacation, we missed you debts prasperately. >> thank you. we went to the dominican republic. had a great time. just chilling. >> what did you have for your easter meal? >> i had chinese food. you come back, you're doing laundry all day. i had taken a chicken out, i was going to roast a chicken, i was like i just don't want to cook. but you, missy, you baked. >> not just any souffle. there is a restaurant in las vegas, scarpetta's. i was just fawning over this strawberry souffle. they actually sent me the
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recipe. i tried it and it turned out great. look at how much it rose up. instead of making the vanilla sauce that you pour into it, i just melted some haggen das. it was so good. >> you also have a throwback. >> i posted this yesterday morning. >> how long ago? >> i'm the little girl. my easter basket was hidden in the bathroom that year. that's my brother jamie on the left. the basket is actually an upside down umbrella that was filled with candy. a little foreshadowing that i would be a meteorologist one day. my brother is not helping me get down the basket. >> that's a great idea though. you take the umbrella -- that's cute. our next diy easter.
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some video making rounds online, penn state football coach james franklin spreading holiday cheer dressing up as the easter bunny. this is his unique approach -- ooh! >> if you're the coach of penn state, i guess that's how you tackle the pinata. one more bit of easter business. this easter egg hunt puzzle blowing up the internet. the question is can you spot one egg among the bunnies. we were told for specific reasons if we spot it, we cannot tell you for legal reasons. it was created by an artist from budapest, hungary. doodolf. >> look for the easter egg.
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>> i could stare at that thing all day. >> we're very competitive. we will find it. speaking of a lot of competitive people, march madness. this week a lot of upsets. down to the final four -- oklahoma, villanova, north carolina and syracuse. did any of you have syracuse? did anyone have syracuse? >> i think i picked the patriots to win the final. >> i picked the dallas cowboys. >> syracuse obviously, they pulled off a stunning comeback. 68-62 in a comeback victory over virginia yesterday. at one point they trailed by 15 points. and they turned around and went on to win. >> i flipped it on. i thought the game was over at that point. >> classic upset. >> do we know percentage -- every year do they tell you what percentage of brackets are
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probably wrong or right? >> i know it was very large early on. there was a lot of upsets. i think there was 1% of the brackets that were right. hopefully there's one guy out there. >> i think there are a lot of syracuse people out there that probably predicted this, but that's about it. >> i wish i had my umbrella easter egg basket. john, you come with me. you don't have to do the weather but i'm going to have you do something else. you know the "today's take" facebook page? you see that giant blue button? you need to hit that button so we see how many followers we have now on facebook. here we go. the button is not working. there we go. >> i'm sorry. i was not meant to do this. >> he needs a bigger button. 332,334.
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>> you want me to do it again? it's broken. i've broken it. >> that went really well. john, thanks for your help on that one. speaking of rain, we do have this heavier rain that's going to continue to move up into new england. >> i broke the facebook machine. >> this is a very expensive monitor. i'm not going to let you touch this one. >> we have cool temperatures as you head out this morning and sunshine as we take a live look now at sunol. we'll keep the sun today with a few clouds mixing in and a slight chance of a spotty shower especially over the east bay hills. it won't be as warm as yesterday, reaching 60 in morgan hill, and san mateo, as well as castro. upper 50s along the immediate coast. mid 60s for inland areas and a couple of showers for the east bay. >> and that's your latest
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forecast. >> listen, if each of your fans lights up on facebook -- >> i really don't have any fans. my facebook is more a hate troll. >> you? never. >> you are the most loved co-host of all-time. absolutely. coming up next, i can't wait for this. mentalist owen pearlman has a trick up his
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you may recognize our next guest as a finalize on season ten of america's got talent or his most recent appearance on "today's take," where he shocked us all. now oz pearlman shocks us all with his mindreading skills. we hit the streets of new york to find some unsuspecting inin bystanders. >> i'm with my buddy, oz pearlm pearlman. last time he was on "the take" with us, he blew some minds. ready to blow some minds? let's do it. >> you said you have one child? where is your daughter? how hold are you? >> 11. >> i want you to think back 11 years ago to the day she was born. 11 years and change. do you remember when she was
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born, what's on her birth certificate? >> yes. >> i have a fee tphoto right he. the photo was taken today by me. what photo was she born? >> 12:32 p.m. >> i took this photo this afternoon at 12:32 p.m. >> that's like really creepy. mind blown. >> your mind is blown? >> yes. >> mom! what do you think? >> that's so cool. >> we've never met. when have we ever spoken. >> grab your phone and go to your contacts and scroll through up and down, up and down. and kind of find a random name. find somebody in there. >> got it. >> is it a first and last name? >> yes. >> think of one of the letters in the middle of the first name. don't say it, just think of it. look at me.
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n? here's the creepy part. when i asked you to think of a letter? you said k. >> no! >> think of kenneth's last name. vowel. a, e, i, o, u. does it start with a u? do you know who it is? >> yes. >> don't say. you had no idea you were going to pick this person before you got here. did you? did you know you were going to scroll through -- >> no. >> i'm never going to spell this right, i can tell. >> no. >> kenneth -- >> oh, my gosh! no! >> anthony, is there anyone that you think you could get them on phone now? >> yeah, i do. but he's like in california. >> see if you can get this
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person on right now. >> he's texting back. >> he's texting back? >> yeah. >> can i have that, please? you're not going to believe this. but what if i told you, i knew everything that was about to happen. ask him what he did yesterday. >> he said he's not feeling too well. >> he said he was sick? >> yeah. he just sent me a bunch of emojis. >> what's the first emoji? >> pizza. >> get out of here. >> what's the next emoji? >> poop. >> what's the next emoji. i'm serious, what's the next emoji? >> poop. >> what's the last thing? >> bomb. >> oh, my god! wow. wow, that is crazy. >> i think you had bad pizza. >> i don't even want to know. >> that is so crazy! >> it is. is your mind blown?
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>> my mind is very blown. i don't believe it. >> you don't? >> no, i don't. >> keep it. tell him better pizza next time. >> i don't get it! >> random people! >> you were with me, tamron. you were the one getting them, pulling them in. >> i pulled them in. >> stick around because he is going to continue to blow our minds. oz is back coming up next. this is a showdown. this is a smackdown that we don't want to see. right after this. this year, make every amazing, despicable, wizarding second of your vacation count by staying where the adventure never ends. ♪ come with me now... two theme parks. spectacular resort hotels. more epic than ever. don't just vacation... ♪ whoa go with me now vacation like you mean it. universal orlando resort. go big with on-site hotel rates starting at just $120 per night.
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the blood pulsing from your heart. i'm sure this person is close to your heart, down into one of your hands. feel the blood pulsing a little bit. close your hand into a light fist. whatever one you closed first. go with that. close to your heart. think of this person and tell us what is the first initial of their name? >> g. >> a g. take a look. a g. this is a sharpie. this will probably still be on there when you call him or her. i saw that's a her. i'm going to take that g and imagine literally throw. >> i don't get it. >> check my hand. is there anything there? had. >> no. >> look inside your hand.
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>> no! no! >> that's weird. >> i'm scared. i am scared now! >> think of the person. bring your hand -- bring your hand close to my heart. right on my hard. look at me. giada. that is weird! >> john cena, think of someone you are going to talk to this week, guaranteed on the phone. you got to talk to them. >> got it. >> i don't know if i want to put myself through this. hold out your hands. little bigger than mine. john, i want you to grab my arm, grab me hard. squeeze. squeeze tight. wow, i feel the blood leaving my brain. yours is a guy. he's mad at him. who are you thinking of at this very moment in time? who are you going to talk to this week. >> i'm telling you? >> vince. >> vince. open your hand up. >> fno.
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no. >> what just happened! >> that just happened. >> how did he do that? >> this is weird. we would toss to a commercial but there is none because that is weird good! >> kind of like that -- pow! >> it is like the wwe -- >> john cena threw something at you. >> i think john broke my arm. right now if you're reading my mind, my arm is cracked. >> how do you do it? giada is my niece. her birthday was yesterday. we're giving her a party this week. >> i'll be there. it is going to be sunny that day, too. just lefting you know in advance. >> how did you know -- >> your boss. >> have you had offers from people? >> i don't understand. this is so weird to me! it's weird! >> it's crazy. >> how do you do this? >> i keep stepping away.
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wage in the nation. eventually reaching $15 an hour by the year 2022. between now and then, minimum wage would jump in yearly increments from the current $10 an hour. word of the deal first leaked out over the weekend. an agreement would offset what had been brewing up to be a big political battle this fall. first 50-cent increase would come next year. some cities including san francisco already have the $15 per hour minimum wage aeady in place. a look at traffic and weather after the break.
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good monday morning. i'm meteorologist kari hall. we have sunshine and cool temperatures, a live look at mt. tam. you see not a cloud in the sky. fair weather clouds in a few spots but we're upper 40s to lower 50s as you head out. into the low 60s today in san jose and palo alto. 57 in the outer sunset. definitely a cooler day compared to yesterday and a couple of spotty showers are possible in
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the east bay. now let's check in with anthony to see what's happening on the roads. >> things are starting to thin out especially at the bay bridge toll plaza. things moving here without a problem. we are seeing the back-up starting to thin so traffic is starting to at least lighten up across the bay area. things moving without a problem across 880. earlier we had the stop-and-go traffic approaching the san mateo bridge. now the stop-and-go is in the south bay, 101 toward santa clara, couple accidents 880 northbound headed out of san jose. more local news for you in just a half-hour.
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taking a look at the headlines, an american airlines co-pilot was detained this weekend at detroit's metropolitan airport suspected of being drunk. the faa says the co-pilot was scheduled to fly a plane from detroit to philadelphia but was stopped at a security checkpoint. he is suspected of having a blood alcohol level above the legal limit. american airlines spokeswoman says the flight was canceled and customers were put on other flights. american says it is helping authorities with their investigation. restaurant chains and food stores will get more time to start posting calorie counts on their menus. food and drug administration says it will delay the rules until some time in 2017. they were supposed to go into effect some time this year. there is strong opposition from
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the prepared food industry. the rules were passed as part of the health care overhaul in 2010. it was a super weekend at the box office for two of the world's biggest super heroes, batman ver. superman, dawn of justice, took in more than $170 million in its opening weekend. we're getting a look at some new scenes from the free concert enjoyed by half a million cubans inside a sports stadium friday night. the rolling stones performing their first ever show in cuba where their music was once outlawed. mick jagger assuring the havana crowd that this is a new day and keith richards adding maybe i'll just stay here forever. that's pretty cool. i'm going to move like jagger out of here. >> we're starting off today with some rain in the northeast. that will continue to move up and into new england.
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we'll see some snow on the back side, also gusty winds. high pressure in control in the plains, another system gathering out towards the rockies moving east as we go into tomorrow. more weather will try to more into the northern plains. eventually by wednesday that system turns into the chance we'll keep the sunshine today but temperatures will be cooler especially this afternoon. right now we have some 40s and low 50s all across the bay area. and also some breezes. the winds will stay up this afternoon with gusts up to 30 miles an hour. we can also have some spotty rain especially in the east bay hills and parts of the tri-valley. a bit cooler in san francisco. 62 degrees and 67 degrees in the south bay. 65 degrees today in the north bay with a mix of sun and clouds. >> that's your latest forecast. john?
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aen t an entry level job has its share of fun and frustration. >> what am i doing? >> another meeting, everyone needs you to sign off on tomorrow's home page. your 11:00 conference room. >> i love that movie. business mogul, nick cannon took the boss/assistant dynamic and turned it into a series on oxygen called "like a boss" even featuring himself as one of his assistants. nick and amber are here with my assist tan and another power couple, the woman behind the man, john cena's girlfriend, nikki bella. good to see you.
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you're quizzing us? dylan dreyer is going to help us. tell us first about your show, nick. >> the premise of the show is basic. we've all seen reality shows but i wanted to focus on empowerment in young people that are trying to make it in in the joust the entertainment busy but in the corporate world. i'm hard to work for so i figured, we'd put a bunch of interesting couples, like we had here together, assistants and employers been. >> your assistant wears a tank top? your assistant in a tank top, john? >> yes. >> how long have you been together, nikki and john? >> my assistant should answer
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that. >> august it will be four years. >> amber and nick have been together two years. kate, my darling, we've been together -- >> you don't even know? such a good time. >> okay. dylan's going to quiz us. >> here's how this game is going to work. you've all gotten a series of questions but the assistants -- no. everybody got a series of questions. >> dylan needs the questions. >> basically i'm going to ask questions and the assistant will answer it how the boss would answer it. does that make sense? first question. who can you interrupt a meeting for? start with kate and work our way around this way. >> mom? >> what did you say? >> mom. >> roc and rose. >> the babies.
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>> i think my position is important so i myself. >> nana. >> she would also be someone to interrupt me for. >> second question. 4:00 p.m., the boss is starving. what's their go-to snack. >> reese's. >> i've never had a reese's. it is a snickers. >> candy. amber. >> i'm going to take him to waffle house. >> that's my favorite restaurant! i'm just going candy. >> one more question.
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the best way to get a response. e-mail, text or phone call. >> most definitely, text. >> text! >> amber. >> text. >> none of the above. i put the old snapchat machine. i do not have snapchat. >> this game is going well. we can do one more question. >> one more, one more. >> window or aisle seat? >> aisle. >> amber, i take a window! >> for purposes of the economy, i put the cargo hold. >> window. >> guys, thank you so much. i think that worked. >> everyone here will be taking applications except for john and nikki because they live together. we're taking applications for assistants on our twitter account.
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whether you should save it or you should shred it. start with the tax return. save or shred? >> save it. >> tax return you should save it, but only -- you're both right -- only for three years. sta save it for three years. that's what the irs recommends but save it forever as a digital copy. the next one is the store receipt. do you save or shred your store receipt? you're both saving it. >> in case there is a warrantee. >> you're both wrong. the shredder is the most fun. this is the -- how do you use this thing? >> what if you wan to return something or if there is a warrantee? >> only save your store receipt if you have a warrantee. the irs says anything under $75, don't bother. you don't need that receipt. pay stub. your pay stub.
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>> we're good savers. >> wrong again. shred your pay stubs. just check to make sure it is accurate. make sure your pay stub is accurate, then you can get rid of it. most employers keep a copy of that online. last will and testament. >> are you going to shred your last will? >> i don't want anyone to know about my existence. >> i'm filing it. . >> natalie is correct, save your last will and testament. keep it in a safe place. don't shred it, john. final one. your bank statement. >> this one i know. >> you save that or shred that? >> i'm shredding it. >> natalie is correct again. shred it. >> well done, natalie. well done. john? unfortunately, you've saved everything and you are a horder. you only need to save your bank statements to confirm its accuracy. but again most banks -- in fact all banks have a copy of that online that you can check.
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over here some tortilla chips. jack cheese, some cheddar, dried spices. standard running procedure basically means flour, eggs. the not-so-standard part is the tortilla chips. you can use pot poe chips. >> we have our grid here. tortilla chips, a lot of people might say, why is a tortilla chip perfect from this. >> because i'm from los angeles and we have good ingredients in los angeles. one of the good ingredients is avocados. our produce is amazing. which you bread 1,000 of those, i have ones over here already breaded. these actually came out of the freezer. after they are breaded, you put them in the freezer so when you fry them they aren't completely melted on the inside so you have that ooey gooiness. leave it in the freezer for at least an hour but up to three
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days. >> any cheese you like better than the other? >> i like all cheeses. >> you want to have a paper towel here. safety. strain the grease off. they cook pretty fast. i like these. as a kid you thought is there a farm? as you get older, you learn it is not really magic. >> is there a certain oil you prefer? >> i like to use blended oil. some people have allergies and things like that. we'll season those. >> let's get to the avocado. >> the california part. i think l.a., obviously we're known for entertainment, fashion, movies and music. but we have such a thriving food scene in los angeles right now. and so for me, avocado is like one of the stars. that's lime juice. this is ranch -- >> is that milk? >> it is buttermilk. yogurt, avocado, buttermilk and
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ranch spice i make with onion, garlic, some herbs. >> you don't get it in the little ranch packet? >> no. >> parsley and cilantro. basically just blend this in to like a ranch dressing. >> i have to try this. >> we've got it over here. >> this sauce is made out of dates which also come from california. >> you can get fancy. any cheese. >> that's amazing. >> that is really good. >> you're chewing it. >> this is is the only time i get to eat junky food. >> once a week. is this splurge worthy? >> it is easier than you think. >> this avocado dish is amazing. >> not bad at all.
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chef -- thank you so much. for the recipes, go to we're back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc. thank you so much. did you say honey? hey, try some? mmm that is tasty. is it real? of course... are you? nope animated you know i'm always looking for real honey for honey nut cheerios well you've come to the right place. great, mind if i have another taste? not at all mmm you're all right bud? never better i don't know if he likes that. yeah part of the complete breakfast
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john, you did a great job, as always. appreciate it. >> that's so weird! >> no! >> that is so weird! >> everywhere you go. vince is everywhere you are. >> that's good. >> guess who is in for kathie lee today. >> don't leave. oc: n withnthontrt:2
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temperatures are cool to start but we still have the sunshine and winds are breezy. it will stay windy all throughout the day and temperatures today will be cooler than yesterday. up to 65 degrees in the north bay and the peninsula. south bay, 67 degrees, and 62
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degrees in san francisco. notice a chance of some spotty rain over the east bay, mainly over the hills. it may also move across parts of the tri-valley later on today, and it will stay breezy, our temperatures slowly warm up as we go through the rest of the week. let's see what's happening on the roads now with anthony. >> things are clearing out across parts of the east bay. big back-up we saw coming through the sunol grade has cleared out. also coming through the altamont pass, no concerns there. metering lights are turned off. across the peninsula, palo alto slow getting on to the dumbarton bridge. wind still kicking around the camera. north and southbound lanes are both slow. a landmark deal raising california's minimum wage to $15 an hour. we'll hear more today from governor brown. we'll have a live update on the midday newscast. the founder of the catholic television show "powerhouse" died easter sunday.
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she was a hugely popular nun. mother angelica who once received the pope's highest honor. there is a complete story link in our twitter feed. music fashion mogul sean "diddy" combs takes on a new role. check it out on our website.
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from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> oh, it is a fun day monday, marc 28th, 2016. my dreams have been answered. >> no. >> matt lauer is here. how many times have you done this show? >> about three times. >> you know exactly how many times you've done it, about three times. matt is joining me today. kath is off. she's in florida in her thong. >> is she really? instagram photos out there? you know you're doing a different kind of show than what we do in the first two h


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