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good morning. breaking overnight. deadly plane crash in russia. all 62 people on board killed when the jetliner slammed into the ground when it tried to land in bad weather. hulking win. a jury awards hulk hogan $115 million after the web site gawker posted a video of him having sex. >> this is not only his victory today, but also anyone also who has been victimized by tabloid journalism. >> gawker vowing the case is far from over.
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and celebrities. and so much for spring. a nor'easter set to roar up the east coast tomorrow on the first day of spring. a foot of snow predicted in areas. will the storm be as bad as first thought? dylan will let us know. and upset nation. march madness busting brackets coast to coast. northern iowa with a buzzer beater. and that shot is not the only one. middle tennessee shocking michigan state in possibly the biggest upset in tournament history. steven f. austin crushing west virginia and millions of fans tossing brackets in the trash today.
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>> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" from rockefeller plaza. >> good morning. welcome to "today." i'm erica hill. >> i'm craig melvin. the top story is the deadly plane crash in russia. the fiery scene caught on camera. all on board are dead according to officials. nbc's chatman bell has the latest from london. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, craig. explosion caught on camera as the plane attempted to land in strong winds. airline is contacting relatives of all on board and an investigation is already under way to find the cause of the crash. the final moments of flydubai. you can see what appearing to be the plane in the surveillance crashing into the distance. exploding into a massive fire ball. authorities say there were 55 passengers and 7 crew members on board.
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and there were no survivors. no americans on board. it happened in the city of rostov-on-don. rain showers and gusty winds up to 50 miles an hour. the plane making the second attempt to land after aborting the first. the investigators believe the weather was to blame. no signs of terrorism. the budget airline ceo released a statement today saying our primary concern is for the families of passengers and crew on board. everyone at flydubai is in deep shock and our hearts go out to the families and friends of those involved. family members were told the terrible news as they gathered. everyone gone. flydubai has a strong safety record. the only other incident was when one plane was hit by small arms fire in baghdad last year. craig, we're told in the latest
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black boxes has already been found. >> chapman bell, thank you. also broke eaking overnight. explosion in turkey killing five and injuring 20 more. it happened in istanbul this morning at a shopping area. the attack is believed to be a suicide bombing. three wounded are israeli citizens. turkish authorities have captured or killed several militants accused from crossing syria to stage the attack. this follows two suicide attacks in the capital. to the verdict overnight. a jury awarding $115 million to former wrestler hulk hogan in his lawsuit against the web site gawker. msnbc's chief correspondent ari melber is here. >> hulk hogan suing after two weeks of testimony and six hours
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gawker guilty of hogan's rights of posting the tape online. >> reporter: the jury awards hulk hogan $115 15 million more than he was originally seeking. >> this is not only his victory, but anyone else who has been victimized by journalism. >> reporter: hogan tweeting, thank you god for justice. the former wrestler says gawker violated his privacy when the blog published a having sex with his former best friend's wife. the jury took less than seven hours to reach ahis guy is up in new york sitting behind a computer playing god with people's lives. >> reporter: gawker's lawyers unsuccessfully convinced the jury. >> ask you to put aside passion ympathy and follow the law.
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woman in the tape heather clemnder oath they did not know they were being filmed. >> i was embarrassed as what it did to me as a even as a character. hulk hogan was embarrassing. i started violently shaking.couldn't stop. >> i wanted it to ter: hogan's real name is terry bollea. he should have a reasonable expectation of privacyublic eye. gawker founder nick denton says can win the case on appeal. >> i am confident we would win if we case. >> that is testimony from the man who recorded the sex tape,
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about it from the start. if this verdict stands, gawker could be crippled and free pressvocates could believe this would intimidate reporters in the future. >> does gawker have a strong case for appeal? ue this is excessive. in a wrongful death case, you get $3 million to $5 million.ue this wasn't a case of privacy. they had other evidence not presented in the trial thathat hulk hogan knew about this from the start. that he was in on the sex tape. it wasn't something done to him,d. if you can get that in front of the jury, that would change a lot. >> thank you, ari. turning to the weathertential for the nor'easter on the first day of spring. dylan is on top of it all. if anybody doesn't want this to it is dylan.
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it doesn't look like a this is not a storm as it heads out to sea, but we wedged our bets because of thel with a nor'easter. now the european model in line with the american see no real set storm right now. we will see this intensify off the coast. we have winter weatheradvisories through the appalachains. i want to point out rhode this area will get clipped by the storm as it stays out to sea. we could see up to 4 inches or so and windy cape cod. watch as we go to sunday morning. this is over the water. we are looking at spotty showers virginia and west virginia. winds will increase.
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southern new jersey. it the southeast and martha's vineyard. i want to point out the models. european snowfall model has 2 to 4 inches across southeast with amounts through the mountains and american model has more snow, especiallyn, pennsylvania. look at washington, d.c. and northeast. that model is not saying much of anything. it is going to be one ofar misses which goes out to sea. >> i like that model. dylan, thanks. to the race for the white house now clashes outside donald trump rally in utah last night and now the state's favorite son, formerandidate mitt romney will vote for ted cruz on tuesday, but did not endorse cruz. nbc's hallie jackson is in where trump will have another rally this morning. good morning, hallie. >> good morning, craig.n the ground in
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protest at all his events today and all of it comes as trump again locks horns withmney. in the battle ground state of utah, romney on the frontlines. >> we love salt lake city. >> reporter: donald trump bracing for more protests after a face-off in salt lake city. angry once again outside his rally. >> did any protesters sneak >> reporter: none stopping his attacks. hitting ted cruz hard. >> he hasn't done anything. target now confirming he will vote for ted cruz on tuesday. >> are you sure he is a mormon? he choked.o sad. >> mr. trump is a con man. >> reporter: two weeks after the anti-endorsement of trump, a not quite endorsement
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behind cruz, but to force an open convention. >> why haven't others endorsed you? >> when they say i will encourage you to vote for you.g. >> reporter: that is key to cruz's candidacy.h is not giving up. >> this is his view. you know, he's entitled to it. to frankly, i don't think enough delegates to get to the convention. >> reporter: now kasich's out with this video. call it romney's greatest great governor of a great state. >> reporter: all the nice things he said about the ohio governor on the campaign trail. romney focused now on trump featured in these ads that will start airing today from the super pac hoping to stop the ire billionaire. for now, the frontrunner is winning. >> the winner of the arizona
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58 a big prize. part of why donald trump is holding multiple events. he has been endorsed by thef joe arpaio. he will do double duty. hosting and handle security, craig. >> hallie, thank you. we are learning more this morning about the arrest of the suspected paris attacker. picked up on friday after a raid in belgium. he had been on the run for 130 people were killed in the attacks. we have nbc's keir simmons with the story for us.d morning, erica. it is stunning to comprehend the man at the center of the investigation into the paris found here in the busy city. apprehended in the apartment on the left side of the street behind me still standing guard and have many questions
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>> reporter: europe's most wanted fugitive, a suspectedparis attacker. injured during the raid that captured him. left the hospital this french president vowing to see salah abdeslam faces trial in france. one survivor of the paris massacre where 130 died rea morning to the news. >> i wouldn't say it is a relief that he has been arrested. it is a sad thing.ideo of the police operation shows a suspect on the sidewalk. officers drag him to a police alls and bundled into the back. on a crowded street, close as more gunfire erupt. live on belgian television, one of many, the dramatic police raid capturing the 26-year-old abdeslam on the run since the paris massacre. he is amongbers
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taking part in the paris attacks. all now either died c out or killed or captured. he had been on the run for four months. the key break through was the raid tuesday in the neighborhood of mole less than k. >> if you have a grain of justice, this is it. hopefu positive steps and more people found and detained. >> reporter: this morning, curtains were drawn at abdeslam's family home streets away from where he was arrested. many this morning are questioning how abdeslam was able to hide in the major european neighborhood where he grew up, erica, and evade capture for so long. erica. >> so many questions. keir simmons, thank you.
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jail for having bail revoked for missing curfew. owen labrie was convicted in asault case with an underage student in a twisted come petition competition. we have nbc's kristen dahlgren with more. >> good morning, craig. for the first time this morning, the now 20-year-old isre a prisoner. owen labrie had been out on bail since sentencing, but as you said, the judge decided heed that curfew. sent him here immediately yesterday as his mother sobbed in the coorter: owen labrie in handcuffs, led out of a courtroom an inmate. the judge dismissinghe missed curfew for a good reason. >> i'll impose the sentence. >> >> reporter: since the sentencing on misdemeanor sexual
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or from his computer, heen living with his mother from the 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. curfew. the prosecution was in violation after a reporter tweeted about a chance encounter on a train last month. her he was visiting a worried about missing his cure curfew. >> he was walking around with his nose in the air. >> reporter: the defense admitted the violations, but visiting his attorney or furthering his education and tried to fly under the radar for his own safety. >> telling the public, telling the my client is at all times is not safe for him. so he chose >> reporter: the case drew national attention when the trial revealed a ritual at school known as the senior salute.
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sex. labrie's lawyers are appealing his convince.w, at least his bail is a thing of the past and the man who was once destined for harvard will remain behind now the victim's father was in court yesterday as were labrie's parents. labrie faces up to a year in his attorneys tell me they are deciding whether or not to nk you, kristen. the chicago white sox player who setoff a debate over bringing your kid to work isg about his decision to retire. adam laroche quit the team after the top executive told him his son was no longer welcome inhouse. sheinelle has more. >> good morning. adam laroche played with the nationals and white sox. he says having his son never been an issue before now. in a statement released on friday, he said when he got the
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chose to go as well. by his decision to put family first. >> reporter: laroche roche officially ended his careerte sox on friday filing retirement paper work after a dispute over the time his son spent at the statement online, laroche said i had to make a decision. do i choose my team and career or do i choose my family? the d earlier this week, executive vice president ken williams asked laroche to minimize the time his 14-year-old son drakethe team. but laroche said that wasn't going to work. my decision to walk away was simply thefundamental disagreement between myself and ken williams. laroche says he had a verbal agreement with the team to allow his son access. saying every day was just too much. >> sometimes you got to make some unpopular decisions.etimes they center around things that you don't necessarily want to do.
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only one upset with williams' teammates responded with disappointment. >> at the end of the day, it wasn't the right thing.s no problem here. >> the most respectful kid i've been around in my life. the father/son relationship that adam and drake had drake handled himself. i can only hope my boy can do the same.aroche grew up around baseball. his father was a coach now laroche will have to look elsewhere to find a home field to embrace their unique father/son bond. laroche says this year was likely going to be the of his career anyway. there was no way he would spend it without his son. guys. >> a lot of folks talking about it for a long thanks, sheinelle. from baseball to basketball. march madness has turned to
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several upsets, busted number 15 seed middle tennessee state pulled off what some are calling the biggest upset ever. number 2 seed michigan state, 90-81. the big dance ended for third seed west virginia committed 22 turnovers. they got chopped by the steven f. austin e most stunning win at the buzzer beater from northerniowa's paul jasperson. round two of the ncaa tournament tips off later today. >> talk about a good start. >> it has been a great >> the whole right side of my bracket is gone. the left side is holding on. i picked iowa for some 're done. >> nice confidence.
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cosmonaut has docked at the international space station. this story arrived late last taking off from kazakhstan. jeff williams will stay on the iss for six months. williams is now on track toecord for the american spending cumulative days in space. 534 over three missions. a russian holds the worldof 878 days. a long time. >> dylan dreyer is better at forecasting than picking >> i can forecast some things. basketball is not one. as far as the storm, everybody wanting a if they can get around tomorrow morning. i think for the majority of be fine. we have appalachians and southeastern massachusetts wit we are looking at the area of low pressure with heavy pockets of rain. across florida with stronger storms.n up the east.
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snow in the higher elevations in west virginia and western that is the trouble spot today. it is cooling down a bit. 30s and 40 and that's your latest forecast. >> dylan, thank you. still to come, how to talk politics with your friends and family without punching the face. >> so there's that. also coming up, our recap of
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fly like an eagle to the sea >> we are back on this saturday morning, march 19th, live look for you this morning. this is the bald eagle nest cam. a live feed that has completelyed the nation. mama bald eagle lying there right now. we are waiting for her to hatch that second egg. friday, tens of thousands, watchedeaglet came out of its shell.
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several times.s on the progress. the baby is learning to eat quickly and showed stronger skills. dylan is one person who is agle cam. she had it all morning. finding the eagle cam won't get anything done for the rest of the day. >> the forecast may be shot, so you know. >> i do have it pulled out. it is like a version of the show. i'm watching the eagle's nest. yesterday, the baby kept flopping down. today, this morning, it's like a lot better and it is standing up better. the mama eagle is sitting on top egg. there is a warning that comes with this cam. it is a wild eagle's nest.e sibling rivalry when the other hatches. they are wild animals. it is sitting on a branch windy in washington, d.c.
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>> did you see her? she sat>> she's had it on all morning since she walked in. this is all she has talked about. >> the eagle cam. >> you might get >> it is impressive. >> very good camera. two angles. >> we will keep our eye on it. we will update you over few days. we will update you on the headlines. investigators trying to figure out what caused a jetliner fromrash in southern russia. officials suspect bad weather is to blame. there were reports of rain and high winds. all 62 people on board no americans were on board. a major win for hulk hogan in the lawsuit over his privacy against gawker. a jury awarded the wrestler million after he sued gawker because it posted a sex tape of him online. gawker is vowing to appeal. and a big honor for thed peyton manning from his
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colts. he played the first 14 years of his career with the team. thanking manning saying a statue will go up in his honor at lucas oil stadium.m football earlier this month after winning super bowl 50 with the denver let's start with the download. sheinelle is here with the week's headlines. >> donald trump claimed victory once t obama made good on his promise to nominate a supreme court justice. and richard simmons speaking about where he has been the past few years. it was a make orthe race for the white house. with tuesday's results narrowing the republican field. >> and then there were three.a big win at home denying trump a clean trump glowing in the victory. >> this was a great evening.
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knocking out marco rubioks ago was tout as the establishment's best chance to beat the billionaire. celebrated a clean sweep of the democratic contest. >> this is another super tuesday for our ut in phoenix, arizona, sanders showed no signs of letting up. >> don't let people tell youthat you can't think big. supreme showdown. president obamapreme court judge merrick garland to the highest court. >> i ask the republicans in the senate to givearing. >> senate republicans continue to insist they won't consider the nomination because the next president should make that > big news this week out of seaworld. >> what we're announcing is the end of our orca breedi can hoping it will end years of criticism over the
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and several people killed by mystery solved? richard simmons gone from the public eye since 2014 talked to "today" on the phone. claims he's being held in his house against his will. >> no one is holding me in my house as a hostage. i just sort bit of a loner for a while. i hurt my knee, savannah, and i had some problems with it. you know, right now, i j sort of just take care of me. family first. white sox player adam laroche walking away from the bigig bucks after the team demanded he dial back from the time his son spends with the many on the white sox called drake their 26th man. he's considered such a fixture with the team that he attends ce at home and on the road. drake has his own uniform and
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cellular field in coldplay beared the cold and rain on the plaza to perform. we need a new justice for the supreme court >> and a different performance in the rose garden. creator of "hamilton"own a free style rap with the president. get the job done potus is holding up the >> and again later with our own jenna bush hager. il what's going on outside >> that would be hard to do. >> that takes a tough. >> those guys continue to sit atop of the world. >> that is a hot wife and i are going tonight.
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little date night. >> have you seen . >> i think it is time to get another check of the forecast. yes, it might snow here although not much. out west, we are looking at less spring fever. temperatures above average. huge ridge in the jet streamold enough to snow if the storm backs closer to the coast. i think it will stay out to sea. today, we are looking at 5 to 15 degrees above average. vegas should make it up to 84. portland, ore dry out today, but rain moves in tomorrow. that cools temperatures along the coast. farther inland, vegas, 90s. salt lake city, 71. 18 degrees above average. that warmer air will spread east.t coast by the middle of next week, temperatures in the 60s.ast and florida today.
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you pay. with two ways to earn, cards seem one-sided. back on a saturday morning. a rather tense political season. you might say. it can be tough to have your friends and family that don't get heated. tempers flare politics. we have seen it this month at donald trump rallies. >> how can you stay in control the conversation ended? we have thomas farley with us. what are some of the obvious ground rules when it comes to politics. talking face-to-face. >> it is all about respect. for starters, ensure there ishol in the mix. this is key.
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alcohol, you know it will >> we all forget the rules. >> we forget the rules. we throw the rules out the window. keep things sober literally andtively. >> you keep things sober. these things will still pop up. let's call interrupter. how do you handle that? >> you want to listen. you establish eye contact. not rolling your eyes. you want toe same way you want that respect to come back to you. then you say i gave you a moment of time. i would like to ask the return. >> excuse me. you have an interrupter. before you can offer your opinion, they cut you off.w it all. how do you deal with the know it all? >> it is possible to be someone
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possible to have an opinion nature ated. ask them to substantiate. that's an interesting fact. what is your usually ends it there. >> and this applies to several things. there is also social media which can rough these pecially something like facebook. things really get heated. should you post anything political online? >> we have 233 days until the. it's a long time. i say consider -- not unfriending, but hiding the updates of the friends who areconstantly posting political things you don't agree with. you don't know. we all have many friends on facebook with manykeep it off facebook. >> last week, we threw a birthday party for our we had family and friends over from the neighborhood.
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should you engage in conversations at all with neighbors and friends on keep it to our busted brackets and sports? >> are you safer. the etiquette is keep awaysex, politics and religion. that is difficult. i don't think it is necessary as long as you can keep it with our children need to hear the political conversation, but do it in a way that is not >> this could be an opportunity to have a civil conversation again? >> i think manners are the key to have a civil conversationrs of civics. i would say, don't be the one always striving to have the final word. disagree. it's con descending. don't be the one to try to lea dialogue saying we obviously disagree.
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people don't like that. >> thomas what a great public service. >> for families everywhere. it is not even thanksgiving. thomas, nice to see you. up next, you ask, we it's back. another round of ask an anchor. >> oh, boy. >> we're mildl see me. don't stare at me. see me. see me. see me to know that psoriasis is just something that i see me to know that...
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this is very exciting. mama eagle is feeding baby and baby eagle is doing better. >> it is fish. the dad flies in fish every >> i made dinner last night with my laptop on the counter. i didn't want to miss a thing. to see dad fly in with a fish. my husband told me that's what he does.ightly news. they had the giant news pulled up. >> i thought he was using it for march ave it set up for eagle cam? >> like a human mom, she has been up every two hours feeding >> cute. >> back on the egg.
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good morning. deadly plane crash. 62 passengers killed when the plane slammed into the ground at a russian fire ball from the explosion caught on camera. this morning, the investigation into how it hulking win. a big victory for former wrestler hulk hogan taking down his win over right to privacy. gawker posted a sex tape online. the juryh
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upset nation. march madness brackets now busted.rthern iowa knocking off texas. middle tennessee taking offate. now all eyes on a big match up. duke and yale. 2016. world >> hey, craig melvin, we're from south carom florida. it's my birthday. >> sweet home alabama. we're at the "today" show. >> we're from it's my 18th birthday. >> happy birthday. we have a heck of athis morning. >> a good saturday morning to you watching from home.
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>> a lot us from south carolina for craig melvin. >> they made a nice sign with my shot. a lively bunch. we have a lot to get to. we want to start off with sheinelle who has more news breaking overnight. sheinelle. >> breaking overnight. a passenger plane from dubai crashes in russia killing all 62 people on board. the say flydubai the airport in rostov-on-don. abandon the initial attempt to land. early reports are pilot error and weather. it was raining and win gusting at 60 miles per hour at the time of the crash. today, donald trump is bracing for more protests on the violence erupts at rally in salt lake city. the clashes as the gop
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supporters. hallie jackson is in arizona where the trump rally will take good morning. >> good morning, sheinelle. today, activists are expected to demonstrate at donald trump events today after a night in salt lake city. that's where angry demonstrators again clashed outside trump's rally. up attacks on ted cruz and now mitt romney after romney said he would vote for cruz in utah and calls onnservatives to unify behind the texas senator. romney's support of cruz could be a boost to him in that battle but john kasich is not giving up without a fight. even after romney calledote for trump-ism. both utah and arizona,ote on tuesday. utah needs a strong showing, but in arizona, trump is looking
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>> we are waitinghappens. hallie, thank you. the baltimore ravens are remembering tray walker.-year-old died yesterday after suffering a dirt bike crash. it happened in miami. he was riding the bike withnd wearing dark clothing and he collided with a ford escape. walker, a fourth round draft pick played nfl. in a statement, john harbaugh said he will never forget his the father of french trained hero spencer stone has been charged in an arson scheme. brian stone is accused ofore than $1 million in insurance money after intentionally setting fires at sacramento area commercial s. stone faces 13 counts of mail or wire fraud. spencer stone garnered international acclaim declined
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a change could come to your box of cereal. mills will label products in response to a law going into effect in vermont this will require food packages to include information. is one of few companies to adopt labeling information about identifying gmos.t headlines. let's go to dylan with a look at the forecast. >> sheinelle, we are keeping an eye on the nor'easter. now more and like the storm will continue to stay out to sea. we have heavy rain through floridm that is getting organized. winter weather advisory through west virginia and western virginia. that's where the highere could see most of our snow totals. it is colder up that way.
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we have winter storm watch massachusetts and back through rhode island. morning. you can see not a lot of activity across the mid-atlantic besides intensify. winds pick up from the northeast. that gives it the classic nor'easter. it stays mainly out to sea. sunday, not a lot goingnday night into monday, we see the best chance across eastern long island and rhode islandhere we have the best chance of seeing some of the snow. if this storm backs farther to the west and we see more snow, we could see about 2 to 4in the boston area. 1 to 2, if it sticks. the ground has been warm. we will not see a lot stick to the roads.t the american model, it is out to western maryland and southwestern pennsylvania with the highes.
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the majority of the storm forecast. >> all right, dylan, thank you. march madness in full swing this major surprises on the court. including the win on friday with michigan state fell to number 15 middle tennessee state. >> another cinderella storyursday night. 12th seeded yale beat number 5 seed off against duke today.
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>> reporter: to put it bluntly, yale is not imagine the excitement on campus after the win over baylor thursday night. sparking pandemonium williefound and put on twitter. seriously, the last time they played in thent was 1962. >> a triple.aybe that's the secret. not once did the bulldogs make it to the dance in the 20-year stretch when a friendly led the free world. next up, a hot date with a blue devil. >> a lot of alumni aware is a basketball team. >> reporter: given yale is rarely in this e showdown against duke is a
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the clash with upper crusters, a target for barbs in headlines media. the most inn sufferable basketball game. buy your father smack talk. yale versus duke. thankfully someone has to lose. >> these are schools that you talking about mathletes. >> reporter: duke may own there over yale. yale wins hands down with men who raised theirs for america. who wins today? elite team, but all those folks who love to roast them. for "today," ron mott, nbc we all love march madness. can we give love to ? that story is well done. we all have brackets.
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>> walk us through your meth know, i tend to go with underdogs. i also like to go for things i'm close married to a hoosier. there you go, david. love. and uconn. i'm from connecticut. i'm not totally out at this point.totally. >> who is the next one? oh, this is mine. all right. >> wow. >> nice. >> i have kansas going all the know, so far. after last year's embarrassing debacle.than four or five minutes. kansas going all the way. the game of basketball was invented there. i should go with kansas. >> i didn't know that my home state. >> you know, you can't go wrong with having the tar heels in the championship. you know, i think duke today. i don't think they get past oregon. >> really? >> you are much more subdued
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>> after last year, i should be. are a lot of xs. >> dylan. >> this is the first time i filled out my own bracket. >> yeah! >> i really had nor reason. virginia sounded good. that side of the bracket is done. i have two cyst sisters in law in oregon. >> if xs were good, you'd do >> let's talk about yours. >> you're pretty good shape. >> i'm from wichita, kansas. i put that >> wichita, kansas. >> villanova. philly is important to me too.ught are good basketball teams. that's about it. >> that's it. >> and it seems to be for me. >> okay. >> there's our standings.
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>> what is the point system? >> just wins. so far. >> whatever. >> good luck as we continue on i think you were in the lead last year at this point. >> i was not in the lead. last place is making brunch, by. >> you know, you are right. you owe us brunch. >> we should note, caroline gotleib she said it was in springfield, massachusetts. some dispute. settle it on twitter. >> isn't that where the e is? >> i say kansas. she says springfield. still to come, best excuse ever.boss helped one 9-year-old who showed up late to school. and why justin timberlake fans are so excited after seeinam post. we have it all for you ahead in "popstart." with the pain and swelling of my moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis... seemed...
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-- in the body lotion aisle. we are back on a saturday morning. time for a little trending. olivia needs community divided over the psa over world down syndrome day. the video is titled how dome. it has a range of every day activities from dancing to laughing and this while the narrater explains how she views herself.
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even if they are impossible. this is how i see myself.w do you see me? >> so as you can imagine, there are a range of views. many saying the video is the down's syndrome community. others say having an actress like olivia wilde and not aith down's syndrome play out is missing the point. you know, a lot to talk about. it is worth watching the full ad. will say when i read the story before i saw the ad, my knee jerk wasthen you see the video. >> it makes more sense. . it is more positive than negative. >> i agree. it is a great conservation starter. let's go to the opticalillusion. here is the video that has a lot
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of a live news report on danish television. look at the blonde woman in the nd. you see the blonde woman. another woman walks past her and all of a sudden, she seemingly millions like 5 million people watched this video. some are speculating that the woman is a ghost. >> they can talk to each other. >> the woman is here's the deal. >> where did she go? >> the woman actually moves off at the exact same time as theg the trolley. in all fairness, you have to look closely to see that. a lot of people you know what that man was talking about? >> he coaches the handball the woman who disappears, she is also a handball expert. >> no wonder. they want to know what handball community up in arms. get it? >> somebody's on fire this morning. finally, welcome to e francis.
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instagram post. there you have it. it is a picture of him praying. the picture reads pray for me inne languages. this has received 10,000 likes in less than an hour. his handle is opefrancis. >> maybe we will see easter brunch. could j.t. and pharrellmething in the works? you won't believe who doesn't like "frozen." >> the post that sent justinlake fans in a frenzy. you see justin in the recording studio with the caption reads currently. then fans are speculating and hoping the two are collaboratingnew.
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hasn't released any new music since are ready for more. >> that just did it. >> i'm next up, file this under the coolest tardy note ever. thanks to the boss. fourth grader was at out show in l.a. this week when the show ran late into the night. before the boss left the stage, he bruce, i'll be late for school tomorrow. please sign my note. that is what he ear miss jackson. he has been out very late rocking and rolling. it doesn't get more rock 'n' roll than that. finally, what kid love "frozen?" one of the stars children. kristen bell, the voice of princess anna. opened up in anut
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>> i put it on for her thinking it would blow her mind. she said 15 minutes in, turn it i don't like this movie. >> does she know mommy's voice? >> yeah. we told could care less. >> i don't know why she's talking like this. >> that's your daughter's voice? you have bigger >> i've never seen it. >> you haven't? >> neither have i. >> i love it. >> "frozen?" >> do you want to borrow the >> let's have a watch party. i was offering it to dylan. >> she would rather watch eagle cam.l to come, by the way, basketball invented in massachusetts. naismith from est colors for spring fashion.
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k on a saturday morning. it is march 19th, 2016. we still have a great crowd on the like its grown. >> we have a school trip visit from louisiana over here. >> we have folks fromcut. including people from madison. the town next door to where i grew up. >> a lot of people from a lot of people from there. >> basketball not not born.
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the eagle cam is back. we have been watching this all morning thanks to dylan dreyer. we have seen some is now sitting on the eaglet. there is another eggo hatch. you can write in your prediction of when you think the second egg is going to u have an idea when it may hatch? you are an expert at this point. >> that's the one thing i don't will stick to no storms. >> fair enough. >> when the new eagle comes into the world. still to come in hour of "today," an inspiring group of dancers proving they will not let anything stop them from getting on the dance floor. and spring officiallytomorrow. what better way to get ready than with a little fashion help. we will help you fill your closet with the must-hes. and the no-brainer sunday
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er with the >> it smells delicious. you still owe us lunch from last year's bracket. with the new communities are helping bring spring break under control this year. those methods may be working,s say it is having a negative impact. nbc's kerry sanders explains. >> reporter: spring break.beach, florida. this year? 1:30 a.m. a college student mecca here. instead a ghost town. >> you see no one here. on entertainment. not a rehearsal, but performance. playing to no one. bar owners estimate an 80% drop in revenue.
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now drinking on the beach is illegal this month only. >> it is costing me in thepocketbook. >> reporter: after alcohol fuelled crimes, including an alleged gang rape last year, panama city officials employing new tactics. year. i imagine that is because there are fewer kids. >> reporter: it did not take much crowds dramatically thanks to posts on #lame. >> it is lame.o different beaches. >> reporter: to spot trends before they turn into problems like pop-up parties noth, police are monitoring social media. cops started using an algorithm to post for key words likerty. >> is that spying? >> that is not spying. it is out there. we are not violating any privacy reporter: in texas on south padre island, authorities are
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surveillance to spotng breakers. in corpus christi, a $250 bounty on underage drinkers.eports a violation that leads to law enforcement collects the prize.n panama city, spring breakers are still welcome if they follow the rules. for "today," kerry sanders, nbc panama city beach. >> you have to think of the spring breakers will find some other beach. >> i thought the same l keep moving. dylan has a final check of the weather. >> not spring-like right now. it doesn't arrive until 12:30 at i saw the sign over here. can i see your sign? we have an prom. so where is derek this morning? >> in kansas.ill you go to prom with me? >> let me know what he says.
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that would be awesome. we haverm in the pacific northwest. it will bring clouds and showers to the northwest today. then heavy rain starts to move in by sunday morning. ton state to oregon to northwestern california, we will see some isolated mountain snow. a rain event. 1 to 4 inches of rain is on the east coast, watching a potential nor'easter. it is looking more like the storm will stay mainly out to sea. we could see some accumulation 1,000 feet in the appalachian. we are looking at heavy rain in florida today. tomorrow, the storm will intensify a bit. it looks like the best chance snow in some of the big cities is boston. 1 to 2 inches in southeastern massachusetts and closer to 4 inches depending where the storm
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that's your latest forecast. >> all right. dylan, thank you. how often do you ask yourself how happy am i? a new report out this week, the u.s. is the 13th happiest country in the world. so, where are theople in america? nbc's kevin tibbles found out. >> reporter: spring approat will soon swoop down on lafayette, louisiana. but inside the feed and seed
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has everyone up and smiling. >> music is my et on stage, i forget about my troubles. >> reporter: and it must be a recent harvard university of british columbia poll named lafayette, louisiana, thety. not because they let the good times roll. misty tally is the home grown filmmaker. >> lafayette is like a incubator for new business. willing to help everybody else out. >> reporter: the city's solid economic footing has a lot to do with optimistic outlook.e diversified away from the booms and busts from thepetroleum based economy. it's young people are staying. >> food, family and friends. the cajun
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chef justin gerard moved back home to serve flavor and tradition. >> i feel america is great. i never felt uncomfortable pursuing my dream. i think that's how everyan should feel. >> reporter: how about the presidential election? >> here it's kind of rudeiscuss politics. >> what reporter: in america's happiest city, perspective. nbc news, lafayette lafayette. >> i guess we should put that on our list. >> we should check it out. it looks warm there. it is ould say, too, pretty much every day on the plaza we find the happiest people. no matter the weather. nohour. up next, springing into fashion with the look at the trends for the new season. but first these messages. ow much
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we have marie rossi here with us to help us. >> thanks, the first trend we have. who doesn't love spring color. it is back in a big way. >> nothing says color pink. >> i love it. >> this is actually a zarra look. the almost a menswear silhouette. it is all over the runways.y and dior. it is head to toe pastel pink. >> i'm in. >> you don't have to do itr-old. >> you can do it in a grown up way. >> this is about the colder. the origin of the season is the shoulder. we have seen so many cutouts in the off the shoulder look.t a hybrid with a shirt and strapless top. >> it is a bit.
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most people are fond of their shoulders. >> it is not like your arms. >> isn't it something we canear with more classic pieces, i think. you have a lot of ruffles and detail happening here. to keep it streamline. these are $15 jeans from >> we don't want to forget the boys. >> a bomber jacket. if you get one piece, it's the bomber jacket. it is great for guys. you can clean t-shirt and cool jeans or you can dress it up. >> i love this color green. >> this is all about the green,navy and this works in my closet, too. >> what's nice is when we pieces. we don't want to break the bank.
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>> this one, it is and 65 the next. this is a great sweater. maybe you wore it with wool pants in the winter and now you wear it with an easy $20 skirt from h&m. it is about losing the tights and heavy >> this is the suede. we can wear that into spring? >> yes. transition from full winter to spring. >> if we want to clean out the closet to make room for have great tips. >> there are great apps these days. one called thread you a kit. you put as much in a box and they will get rid of it. >> they take care of you are really unsure if you want to get rid of something. there is a calculator that tells you the value before you put it
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we can donate things, of course. so many worthy causes. >> and tradesy. anything up from the closest. it goes into the app and sells from there. >> thank you. always good to see you. >> happy spring. >> let's go to sheinelle in the orange room with the "today's" plaza fan of the this is the henley family. why are you in new york city? >> we auditioned for "so you think you can dance." >> still to come on introduce you to inspirational people who love to dance. >> but first this is "today" on
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back morning with a woman who wants to make life better for people who are wheelchair bound. >> to explain.
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>> nice to see you. good morning. this marissa loves dancean anything else. after suddenly collapsing ten years ago, doctorsr she may never walk again. what she did now brings people to new heights presidon and jennifer lee remembering the first dance as husband and wife. a momenthe tango scene in "scent of a woman."ith the tango. it is a beautiful and sexy dance. >> reporter: back then, he couldys after that tango while on their honeymoon, a fall left himd paralyzed.
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world and the next, trying to learn. >> i always wanted to get myk in ballroom dancing again. >> reporter: meet marissa. a wheelchair dance company teaches ballroom, hip hop. >> reporter: and so much more. everyone can dance. i want america to see that it's possible to dance with someone in a wheelchair. just like anyone 's nothing different. >> reporter: ten years ago, a marissa paralyzed. >> i thought my life was over. >> reporter: after physical marissa was able to walk and reclaim her passion and share it with the world. every week,
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>> reporter: even i joined in. watches people like ron and jennifer lee get to dance all over again. >> i actually think i have now than i did back then. it was very empowering. it teaches you you can live again.nd jennifer are still practicing their moves on friday night along other dancers hoping to show people know matter ability, they can succeed at whatever they put their minds and most importantly their hearts to. >> really lovely. >> morgan, thank up next, a delicious brisketo make. so easy, even i can make it. the citi doublndy with cash back twice on purchases.
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works. >> let's get started. >> we have ingredients.juice. onion, garlic, salt, pepper, chili powder. >> keep going. >> we will start off by the brisket in a roasting pan. that will make it good. this is reallyill not sear this ahead of time. we are putting it right in the roasting >> if you want to save time, but not sacrifice flavor, what can you do? >> since we're not -- cut it up and sear it. it takes so much time.r difference is negligenceable. you are not missing out. let's get our rub on. simple. we have pepper,
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pound of brisket. we have four pounds here. four teaspoons own sugar and chili powder. all on there. sugar on there, too. this in. i'm using the spoon now. you can use your hands on all sides. if you want to help me, i needsk tomato paste and >> all of it. >> it is like a barbecue sauce. >> the acid will break meat and natural sugar. if you cannot find that juice, you can use cranberry juice and red wine. all work the >> why are those the good swaps? >> they have the acid and sweetness. the sugars will hat is well whisked.
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onion that iu don't have to do a lot of chopping. >> that is beautiful. >>h water? >> 3/4 on the way up to the meat. the juice is similar to that salt tip. juice is one cup of juice pound of meat. easy, right? >> from that to this. in the oven for five to six hours at 350 degrees. >> this is perfect for a slow can do it without the extra water. just the juice. slow cooker, 8 to 10>> i am so making this. amazing. >> one cup. salad there. >> you pull it. you can mix barbecue sauce.
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