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good morning. breaking overnight, tempers flare at a protest in good morning. breaking overnight. tempers flare over protests over last week's shooting. and more revealed about the sniper that open fire on the officers there. this morning did he have plans for an even bigger attack. crunch time. the republican convention exactly one week away, and trump's vp pick likely this week, and will he shake things up even more by putting a democrat on the
>> and then joe perry staggers off stage and collapses. the latest on his condition. world exclusive. teaming up for a touching tribute to the orlando shooting. and they get set to perform their song live here on monday, july 11th, 2016. matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> good morning, everybody. welcome to "today" on a monday morning. we have carson in for matt. we love our crowd every day. we really love them today. today we have some survivors and victims of the orlando shooting massacre. they're going to get a real treat. a song dedicated to them performed by none other than jennifer lopez and lin-manuel miranda of
>> we'll chat with lin-manuel miranda for the first time since his final show saturday night and historic run of his show "hamilton." >> let's start with our top story. more protests and arrests overnight. this as chilling new information surfaces about the gunman that killed five officers in dallas. we have two reports this morning. we'll start with nbc's gabe gutierrez. gabe, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning. president obama is planning to travel here tomorrow for an interfaith prayer service and to meet with the victims' families. he'll be joined not just by vice president biden but former president george w. bush and former first lady laura bush. a somber visit. overnight in baton rouge, tensions flared. dozens of arrests as protesters clashed with police for a third straight night following the shooting death of alton sterling
by a police officer. emotions are running high across the country. demonstrators blocking traffic in atlanta and memphis. over the weekend, more than 100 arrests in minnesota after the death of philando castile. one st. paul officer had a broken vertebrae after a concrete block was dropped on his head. investigators now say the lone gunman, micah johnson may have had bigger plans. >> the suspect had been practicing explosive detonations and the materials was such that there was large enough to have devastating effects throughout our city. >> reporter: chief david brown also revealing a chilling mystery. johnson scrawled the letters "rb" in his own blood on the walls of the parking garage investigators are now digging through johnson's laptop and journal a
significance of those letters. he taunted negotiators. >> this was a person well-prepared and thinking ahead and talking about shoot and move tactics. >> a lawyer who said he represented johnson said the army prematurely kicked johnson out of afghanistan after he was accused of sexual ahasment by a female soldier and the accuser requested that johnson get mental health. he took basic self defense classes. >> we didn't interact a lot with him and he came in and did his things and left. >> right now investigators are combing through johnson's digital trail for clues. today they hope to re-open several of the city blocks that have been closed since the shooting. >> gabe
thank you. and we are hearing about the mother that was at the protest march with her four sons when the violence erupted. addition officers that were killed, nine other people were shot and injured including two civilians. one of them is now sharing her family's harrowing emotional story of shot in the leg, right now it's her heart that is hurting. she took four sons to the rally in downtown dallas when gunfire erupted, hitting an officer in front of their eyes. >> as he was going down, he said he has a gun, run. >> moments later taylor felt a bullet pierce her leg. she covered her son, andrew, as officers protected her. >> and that officer jumped on top of me and covered me and my
and there was another one at our feet and another one over our head. >> amid the chaos, two other sons were shielded by heroes. >> a police officer ran up to us and said, go, i will cover you. >> while son jajuan, separated from his family was cared for by a stranger, angie wisner who surprised the family at the news conference. >> any mother will do that for somebody's child. >> thanks for so many heroic actions the family survived but later learned five officers did not. >> of course i'm thankful that my babies are okay, but somebody's dad, and husband isn't. >> one of the vick illegal immigrants is brent thompson, an officer with dallas area rapid transit and he is being remembered in his hometown. >> he said here am
protect and save lives of his fellow officers and the citizens of dallas, texas. he is a hero. >> we now know funeral arrangements for two of the fallen officers, though services are taking place on wednesday and thursday. as for those who are injured, nearly all are out of the hospital. >> emotional story this morning. thank you. we will turn to politics with the republican national convention beginning one week from today, speculation is only mounting over trump's advisory presidential pick. we have complete coverage this morning, and we will start with nbc national correspondent, peter alexander. good morning to you. >> as he srz zeros in on the vp. trump may only have a l
conservatives and grassroots republicans are demanding a choice that reinforces their position. it decision week for donald trump, trump's anticipated vp. could trump go with another political outsider? retired army lieutenant michael flynn. flynn brings national security expertise, but also supports abortion rights, and a position alarming to many republicans. fplt i think for women, and these are difficult issues, but i think women have to be able to choose. >> one anti-abortion group rejecting that view says rom vp consideration. further complicating matters, flynn is a registered democrat and also in the running is chris christie. and indiana governor mike pence likely to join
indianapolis. newt gingrich telling ap if he's asked, it's not an automatic yes. meanwhile, following the dallas shootings, trump's response initially more restrained and inclusive. >> we must stand in solidarity with law enforcement. >> reporter: later attacking president obama citing his comment that the u.s. isn't as divided as some suggest saying the president lives in a world of make-believe and crit siiciz obama and clinton for weak leadership. police plan to further tighten security. >> the events in dallas heightened everyone's awareness. >> reporter: the city's chief promising enough officers are ready in case of violence. the team will be extra vigilant. a third of the team's 1,700 officers will be
convention. many out of town forces from across the state of ohio will help secure the convention's perimeter now exactly one week away. >> peter alexander in washington. thanks. >> now to the democratic side. hillary clinton is poised for a big endorsement. bernie sanders set to appear with her in new hampshire tomorrow. kristen welker has . >> reporter: carson, good morning to you. this is a long-awaited win for hillary clinton, and just moments ago she and bernie sanders made it official, their campaigns releasing statements announcing the two will appear tomorrow in new hampshire, and sanders expected to endorse secretary clinton a. major symbol of party unity. >> hillary clinton and bernie sanders on the cusp of coming together, and both campaigns confirming sanders will join clinton on the trail tomorrow, the move after they agreed to sum up demands on health care and euc
to fight for his signature $15 minimum wage. he declared victim saying we now have the most progressive platform in the history of the democratic party and still the party unity comes across the back drop. >> i have been following the news of the past few days with horror and grief. speaking at a church in philadelphia, clinton tried to strike a balance, offering support to police while also calling for reform. >> we do need police and criminal justice reforms to save lives. we do need to support police departments and stand up for the men and women who put their lives on the line. >> reporter: the crisis also dominating the trip of the president. >> whenever those of us who are
criminal justice system attack police officers, you are doing a disservice to the cause. >> reporter: as for secretary clinton, she is off the trail today here at her home in new york. her aides tell me in addition to the big unity event in new hampshire tomorrow, expect her to talk about criminal justice reform this week. carson, savannah. >> thank you so much. >> we are joined by steve core knacky, and good morning to both of you. nicole, this is the week we likely are going to get trump's vp pick. what do you think he is looking for? aside from the various names we have heard about, what does he need to shore up his ticket? >> i think i agree with the list that peter gave us in his report, but i think he's looking at curtain number one and curtain number two, and behind
one, it's somebody who is safe and somebody like governor pence, and i think trump is probably more attracted to curtain number two which is the critics be damned choice, like flynn, or somebody like chris christie, who has been a real partner to donald trump at some of the lowest points of his can -- candidacy. >> we will remind how open this process has been for trump, a few high profile names that said no thank you. is it a smart process to be so open. >> it's a trump process. this is a guy who is a showman and thinking about how to keep the audience engaged and guessing what is next. this idea of flynn, the name that was floated over the weekend, as you say, if you think back to 2008, john mccain was interested on joe lieberman on the
big blowback, and you are getting the same blowback now, but trump is such a different political figure than mccain i wonder if he will say, i will do it anyway. >> clinton has the convention if two weeks, and do you want to try and compete with the republican convention. >> when we announced sarah palin in 2008, our strategy was to step on any bounce. candidates have been in the national news for four straight days, so most campaigns that go second try to step on that bounce by making that announcement on the heels. >> is hillary clinton going to get the bounce he needs and it's reported that bernie will endorse her this week and is it too late? >> i think she has gotten the bounce already, because the talks was remember, the trump and clinton race were neck
neck. unless bernie sanders gets onboard, he will hurt her. and barack obama got on board, and elizabeth warren god on bide, and joe biden, and trump made a few mistakes. obviously the clinton campaign will be happy to take the bernie sanders instanendorsement. >> and nicole is going to have an exclusive interview with former presidential candidate, jeb bush, and that's tonight. wildfires burning in two western states and two campers have been arrested for starting the fire, and they forced the evacuations of nearly 2,000 people. and in california, 700 homes evacuated over the weekend because of a brushfire burning north of los angeles and residents have been allowed to return home. >> scary moments this weekend for passengers on a delta flig
some passengers were starting to feel sick. emergency crews say 12 passengers had elevated levels of carbon monoxide in their bodies. they all recovered after getting fresh air but it's still unclear where that carbon monoxide may have come from. for now, the plane has been taken out of service. now to that health scare for joe perry. the 65 year old hospitalized after staggering off stage at a concert last night. scary moments on stage for legendary aerosmith guitarist joe perry. shortly after the show started, a tired looking perry sits down near the drum set still playing his guitar. moments later he stands, suddenly staggering offstage behind a large speaker where
reportedly collapsed. video posted on instagram showing emt workers appearing to rush perry off stage as the band plays on. one of the founding members of aerosmith, perry served as lead guitarist since 1970. aerosmith was inducted into the hall of fame in 2001. perry is listed as being in stable condition. thanks to all of the fans reaching out and asking about joe. he is stable right now with family and is under the best scare. we'll turn to dylan in for we'll turn to dylan who is in for al this morning. i like your earrings. >> they are weighing me down a little bit. we are keeping an eye
today, especially through the upper midwest and northern plains. some of the storms could be very strong. we are seeing heavy rain in fargo. we have a severe thunderstorm warning -- watch rather in effect for right now but later on this afternoon those are the storms we will keep an eye out for because they have potential of isolated tornadoes, and we could see very large hail in western iowa, and that's the biggest threat the further south you go. and tomorrow the risk spreads further to the east including wisconsin and illinois and stretches across eastern iowa, and same threats, damaging winds and large hail and you can't rule out ansolated tornado and that's tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow evening, too. your local forecast is coming up in just 30 seconds.
good morning. the air is fresh and comfortable starting off early this monday morning. here's the 7-day out look, afternoon highs in the upper 80s and then extending out ten days here comes another heat wave, and a small chance of storms around tuesday afternoon and a greater chance on wednesday and into the 90s, thursday, friday, saturday and sunday, and monday, tuesday, wednesday, into next week, and maybe more storms. >> that's your latest forecast. >> dylan, thank you. renewed calls to ban bull
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>> announcer: this is a "news4 today" news break. >> 7:26 is your time now on this monday, july 11th, 2016. good morning to you. i am eun yang. >> and i am aaron gilchrist. 911 service is back up in montgomery. there was an i.t. issue that has been revolved. if you still hear a busy signal when you call 911, call the closest police or fire station. a death in fairfax county, deputies tasered her multiple times as they attempted to move her to a new facility.
sheriff stacy kincade said the deputy showed restraint with a combative inmate. jack, how is it looking on the roads? >> it has not been a great morning unforekhau tputly as you travel from 95 to old original town road and the crash soldiered right and all travel lanes available but it's been an hour or so so plan ahead. a check on your forecast is next.
heat wave after that into the 90s, thursday, friday, saturday and sunday. back to you. >> thank you, and another news update for you in about 25 minutes. >> and back to the "today" show after this short break. hey how's it going, hotcakes? hotcakes. this place has hotcakes. so why aren't they selling like hotcakes? with comcast business internet and wifi pro, they could be. just add a customized message to your wifi pro splash page and you'll reach your customers where their eyes are already - on their devices. order up. it's more than just wifi, it can help grow your business. you don't see that every day. introducing wifi pro, wifi that helps grow your business. comcast business. built for business.
♪ 7:30 on monday morning. july 11, 2016. we're all in for a major treat this morning. superstar jennifer lopez and "hamilton" creator, lin-manuel miranda are stopping by to perform their new song which is the live debut of the song. nice to have you along. 7/11. which means. >> free slurpies. >> you're excited. let's look at the headlines this morning. with their convention one week away, top republican officials are beginning to have a series of key meetings in cleveland today. first on the agenda, first on
hammering out the republican party platform. >> and then abbott suffered second and third degree burns on his leg and he is scheduled to see a burn specialist today. president obama heads to dallas tomorrow and will meet with the families of the families killed in the ambush sniper attack. also this morning, growing fallout over the death of a matador gored in spain. kelly has more. good morning. >> carson, good morning. these bull runs happen across the country and end in full fights but already this morning the debate is heating up about whether this tradition should be banned after a matador was mauled on live tv. a flash of his red
suddenly the matador was in the air, and the goring too gruesome to show and the bull plunged deep into his chest puncturing his lung and aor thea, damaging his heart. his horrified wife tweeted i have no words. my life is gone. the 29-year-old is the first professional bullfighter in spain to die in the ring since 1985. on spanish streets where thousands are trying on out-run the bulls this week, they have been tossed and tramples and a spaniard was killed, and three americans were hurt. >> kind of smashed into all the people inside of me. >> a bull tore a gash in wilson's hrelg, and he said it was his first and last rung of the bulls. >> dangerous. and you are putting your life at risk.
>> the bull run ends in bull fights, bloody and controversial. the animal almost always dies. on social media his death is trending on social media worldwide. this morning the nation is shocked by the matador's death, and his widow said barrow died. with thousands signing on to save the bull's mother. guys? >> keep an eye on that part of the >> kelly, thank you. >> let's shift gears and get the weather from dylan in from al this morning. >> it will heat up across the northeast where we have seen cooler than normal temperatures, up through maine and into boston this weekend and temperatures in the 50s and 60s but you will get in the 90s by the time we get to the end of the week. another area
this time of year is the northwest, spokane, only 75 degrees, and boise, 77, and missoula 68 degrees, and that's 15 degrees below average, and a chilly start to the day tomorrow morning with temperatures in the 40s and 50s. dodge city, 99 degrees, but not as humid as it has been and it will feel like 99 degrees, and further south it's more humid, and temperatures feeling like well above 100 degrees, and hotter through the end of the week, and charleston, south carolina, 90s. new york in the upper 80s with humidity slowly building through the week so it's going to be a much more typical for this time of year, and also again a. slight risk of strong storms, and we could end up with isolated tornadoes in the midwest. now here's a peek out your window. >> air fresh and cool on this monday morning. temperatures right now hovering in the 60s and later today climb
not humid, just a few clouds around and then it gets more humid and highs in the upper 80s and a small chance of afternoon storm, and highs in the upper 80s, and then here comes the heat wave as we get in towards the middle and end of the week, and could get storms on saturday and into next week. >> that's your latest forecast. >> dylan, thank you. now to a closer look at the unique way police put an end to the killings in dallas last week, and it was the first time police detonated a bomb to take out a suspect, borrowing a tactic from the wars in iraq and afghanistan. tom costello has been looking into this and talking about the press dense. putting an end to the killing. the discussion is how this is the latest example of law enforcement kh
khrr tactics for policing. the decision facing dallas police was life or death. the heavily armed suspect, micah johnson, had already killed five police officers, wounded 14 people and was taunting officers warning that he planted bombs throughout the area. with police sharp shooters unable to get a clean shot of the suspect, s.w.a.t. commanders presented the chief with a plan. >> to improvise our robot with a device to detonate behind the corner within a few feet of where he was to take him out. i approved it. i'll do it again if presented with the same circumstances. >> reporter: police have been using robots for years most recently ramming holes in the orlando nightclub trying to free hostages but also to remove suspicious clothing from suspects, inspect suspect packages and fire weapons to
by the fire department with a small fleet of remotely controlled robots. >> our main mission is to render a situation safe so instead of putting a bomb technician into harm's way, we'll send a robot. >> reporter: since 9/11, many police departments have beefed up their firepower. some departments criticized for showing up at lawful demonstrations in armored personnel carriers with semiweapons. now for the first time using a remotely controlled robot to set off a plastic explosive. >> police departments all over the country should be very careful how they use these kinds of technologies. confronting our own civilians with military-style equipment is probably the biggest problem here. >> reporter: veteran cops say you can't second-guess the dallas pd. >> in a case with this many policemen killed and shot, center of a major american city with all of these crisis
them and possibly more bombs, it was the right decision if that unique location of a parking garage on that unique day. >> reporter: dallas chief brown -- >> i have former s.w.a.t. experience here in dallas. you have to trust your people to make the calls necessary to save their lives. it's their lives at stake. not these critics lives it's their lives at stake and not the critics' lives in the comfort of their homes or offices. >> nypd commissioner said dallas made the right call but said there needs to be a discover before robot bombs become a widely discussed topic. what does in building look like to you? we'll discuss it at length. i am sure the story behind the design has people talking today. and then new claims against fox news ceo under fire. 2 first, these messages.
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allegations. >> a former anchor's lawsuit that includes complaints of repeated harassment and that costed her her job. good morning. >> the case gets uglier by the day and fox news saying a clause in her contract requires her to go confidential arbitration, and her agreement does not apply to it's been five days since gretchen carlson delivered her bombshell lawsuit accusing fox news chairman . using roger ails of harassing her, and firing her when she refused his advances, quoting ails as saying i think you and i should have had a sexual relationship a long time ago, adding sometimes problems are easier to solve that way.
have come forward regarding their experiences of the cable giant, some positive and some not. kelly boyle in said in 1989 she declined his advancements. the " the next morning the next morning she says ails asked if she changed her mind and she said no, and the job did not come through. a friend at the rnc told her word went out you were not to be hired. and boil told nbc news. making similar allegations about ailes though none has been independently confirmed by nbc news. >> it depends ultimatel >> it depends on the judge, but a lot of the times judges do not like to introduce evidence
because it clouds up the case. i have known roger ails for 25 years, and i have known him to be nothing but a professional, and similarly, janine pirro told "the new york times" saying neither had witnessed the behavior claimed by carlson and it's unusual car sul is only suing ails and fox is not named in the suit. fox provided a number of handwritten letters to ails and she tkpweus no indication she is feeling harassed, and this from a letter saying she felt ails harassed her. >> i would love to stay at fox and show you everything i can do. >> they are veryag
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>> announcer: this is a "news4 today" news break. >> 7:56 is your time now on this monday, july 11th, 2016. good morning to you. i am eun yang. >> let's check on your commute with jack taylor. good morning to you. >> good morning. we have had our trouble spots trying to move in virginia, northbound headed through springfield up through landmark you will find heavy and slow traffic, and the damage is done. otherwise the beltway itself, typical delays from i-95 to george avenue, and we had earlier big delays up georgetown road and that has cleared. back to you. we will take a quick break and get a check of your forecast next. stay with us.
good morning. temperatures in the comfortable 60s now and another day with low humidity and warm afternoon in the upper 80s and then tuesday a. small chance of afternoon storms and greater chance of an morning shower and afternoon storm on wednesday, and then hot into the weekend. another news update for you in 25 minutes, but for now back to the "today" show after this short break.
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on our plaza because we have such a treat, we have a great crowd and we have in the crowd survivors of the orlando shooting and they are here to get a song dedicated for them. >> and we will get to that in a minute, and let's head to cameron. >> there was no letup overnight in the outrage being expressed by protesters over the deadly shooting of black men in minnesota and louisiana. more than 100 people were arrested this weekend in minneapolis. meantime, president obama is preparing to travel to dallas where he'll meet tuesday with the families of five officers killed by that gunman described as an anti-police agenda. breaking overnight, defense secretary ash carter has arrived in iraq to help local security forces retake the city of mosul from isis, and carter said u.s.
accompany iraqi battalions if needed as they move towards iraq's second largest city. with just a week until the republican national convention donald trump is expected to announce his running mate at anytime now, and the latest contender being vetted in michael flynn. he also supports abortion rights. hillary clinton is expected for an endorsement from bernie sanders. a texas jail guard owes his life to a breakout. several inmates kicked out the door of their holding cell to someened help. deputies arrived with guns drawn, but once they realized what was happening, they started cpr until paramedics were able to shock the stricken guard who regained
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with today's olympic start. the rio games are 25 days away, and after an exciting game of competition, and we can now introduce you to the olympic gymnastic team. laurie hernandez, and alley raise man. natalie, good morning. >> good morning to you, guys. the confetti still on the ground here at the sap center, and a lot of drama here last night and now you know who they are. the newest members of team usa, the newest fierce five. i sat down with them for an exclusive interview. >> these are your olympic team members for 2016. >> for the five women, their olympic dreams are coming true. the leader of the pack, three-time world champion, simone bile, looking
pro. >> a walk in the park. >> gabby douglas, the golden girl in london, four years later hoping to add to her medal count in rio. >> that's what champions do. >> joining her, another familiar face, alley raise man. alley race phupb. a three-time olympic medalist. you may not know the name madison co-chen, but that's about to change. and the 16-year-old lori hernandez. >> dreaming of this her whole life. what a way to end it. >> they call you the human emoji. what emoji are you right now? >> probably this one. >> oh, cute. >> you were 12
gabby compete. now you are heart of, what, the fiercest five. >> it's crazy to look back and i was looking at amazing superstars back then and now we can be together. >> when you heard your name in the locker room, tell me how emotional that was. >> they named me and everybody else and it was a whole whirlwind of emotion. >> gabby, your second olympics. what does it mean to you? >> i don't know if i can put it into words right now because it's so special, and just representing usa is so amazing and not only going to one olympics but two olympics, like, wow. >> you were competing against each other for the spots and now competing as a team. >> we are a team from start to finish and we work hard and cheer for each other and we know we are working hard and doing everything we can possibly do and that's all you can
>> it's something to have the support system. >> laurie, when you finished, everybody swarmed you. >> you made me cry. >> everybody was crying. >> alley was crying. >> i look at alley and she's in tears, and it was like giant puddle of gymnast tears. >> tell me about this group of women you will be representing as team usa. >> team competition is my favorite because once you reach your goal you guys can always cherish that moment together. >> great answer. we're excited and going to go to rio and just dominate. and domi. >> i i got to tell you, the girls were just giddy with excitement
because they would just break down in laughter the entire time, and it was a night full of excitement and full of tears of joy, as you saw, lots of emotion. no rest for the weary right now, and they head to a 10-day very intense camp at the weary. they head to a ten-day camp to training as a team all together again. back to you. we'll see a lot of them in rio. >> we're so excited. thank you so much. tomorrow they'll catch up with krau knolly camp. now to other stories trending today. ready? >> yeah. >> trending with a little smack, or yells latest limited edition flavor? have a bite. coco chips. >> it's a chocolate chip cookie. >> i like the cookie but not the cream in the middle. >> i agree. >> you open it up and spl i
>> i will split it to digest each. >> hit shelves this month. try it. >> anything more cringe inducing than when someone older tries to sound young with lingo. take a look at this letter from a microsoft university recruiter trying to attract interns by speaking their language. hell yes to getting lit on a monday night. yeah. >> do you pl >> did you apply? >> sounds like a great time. >> sounds like a pettup, your parents are trying to punk you or something. >> or me joining snapchat. >> let's move along. i will show you a
getting a lot of attention. take a look at the pictures. you can see it does resemble -- it's part of the north china, and no word whether on whether the design was intentional or not, but china does have oddly shaped buildings. >> a big giant haoeupby. >> jiggle the giant handle. where that is my open? waiting for the open. we will start with the cultural phenomenon. he said good-bye to his hair. he chopped off his signature
we will talk to him right after his performance with jennifer lopez. and derek jeter got married. they were married at an intimate ceremony at a california resort. we wish both of them nothing but the best. and to the spice girls reunion, could it be in the works? is that what you want, what you really, really want? sorry. it's been 20 years since they were introduced, and they released this video. >> we want to say a big thank you. >> we have had our ups and downs, but you always have been there. >> when we do -- >> you are all invited! >> thank you. the question is it a reunion
j.e.m., and maybe they are forming a new mini group, or maybe it's a reunion. >> where is posh? >> that's what you have to figure out. >> we want to know. where is posh? >> do weather while we consider where posh is. >> you guys discuss. we are looking at the chance of fire-type of weather out west. we have very low humidity and we have humidity about five to 15%, and gusty winds perhaps as high as 40 miles per hour, and there has not been a whole lot of rain and temperatures are hot. in the red zone, that's where we have a critical fire risk and the possibility of more fires developing and spreading because of the conditions. currently right now, you can see all the flames indicating where we have some of the biggest fires and we also have red-flag warnings because of the same conditions, the low humidity and the gusty winds and the warm temperatures and with everything being so dry lately, any fire that does develop could spread
see thunderstorms in the areas that don't have the rain, and you get the lightning that can trigger fires and then the rain won't be there to squash the fires. and we are also looking at a chance of stronger storms today through the upper midwest and we could see isolated tornadoes break out later today across eastern nebraska and western iowa, and the threat could be for large hail. tomorrow you can see the threat shifts further to the east. we look at a chance of stronger storms, and again the biggest threats will be for the dangerous lightning and we are looking at the possibility of hail and damaging wind gusts as well. >> a glorious summer morning, and temperatures climbing into the 70s. we have the low humidity in place, and later today in the middle 80s with lots of sunshine and still not humid but getting more humid on tuesday, and a small chance of an afrb noon storm. highs, upper 80s, hot and humid
thursday, friday, saturday and sunday, and highs mid to low 90s, and a chance of storms again on saturday and into next week. that's your latest forecast. carson and savannah. ♪ ♪ >> the citi concert series proudly presented to you by citi. >> we are very happy to have two of the most in-demand stars with us this morning, jennifer lopez, and lin manuel. >> it's a tribute to those affected by the tragic shooting in orlando, and this morning we have 50 survivors, and victim family members as well. ladies and gentlemen, without further ado, here is jennifer lopez and lin
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good morning. it's 8:26 on this monday, july 11th. let's get a check on the morning commute with jack taylor. good morning, jack. >> been a tough one but we have most everything available to you out of the topside 95 to georgia avenue, there was activity on the shoulder, and inner loop delays headed to the wilson bridge begin at branch avenue. northbound 395 has been a mess, and up to the 14th street bridge, activity but now it's on the shoulder. we will have a check on your forecast when we come back. stay with us.
♪ love makes the world go round ♪ >> orlando! orlando! >> it's 8:30 now on a monday morning. monday, july 11th, 2016. such a touching morning. if you hear the crowd, they're chanting "orlando." there are victims, survivors, family members of the massacre in orlando. they were treated to the first live performance by jennifer lopez and lin-manuel miranda of their new single. we're so happy to have them here. hope you got to check it out. coming up, we'll talk about the special meaning
and plus we have the so-called hard core con asroer in the kitchen working on a creative spin on chicken wings. here is the hint i am told to share with you. >> meantime, a new series about women and money. we all have different fears, making mistakes and we fight about money differently than men do, and head to today.com now to take our survey and we will dive into all the results next week. >> no humidity out here right now. a beautiful morning in new york city and going to stay that way all day long, and up through new england, too, and temperatures will warm up as well. we will see a chance of stronger storms through the upper midwest, and areas like minnesota could see strong storms, and hail is possible through eastern nebraska and western iowa today, and also
looking at the heat to continue through the southwest. dry conditions, so fires could spread and fire danger warning out in that area, and thunderstorms down along the gulf coast, too, and we could see scattered showers and storms in the carolinas and southeast, and we are looking at a chance tomorrow at some storms spreading to the east into the western great lakes as well and in the pacific northwest, temperatures staying below average, and high temperatures in the 70s about 15 degrees below average for this time of year. that's the weather across the country and here's a peek out your window. >> temperatures in the 70s and comfortable low humidity with us throughout the day today, and a little more humid on tuesday, and a small chance of an afternoon storm tomorrow and then a greater chance on wednesday, and thursday and friday, here's a heat wave, well into the 90s on those days, and a small chance of a shower or storm then and a possibility of a storm on saturday and as we get into the weekend, looks like sunday we will dry out ai
>> that's your forecast. you can get your forecast anytime on the weather channel and weather.com. we want to thank our concert sponsor, citi, and that the company that brought all the travel to our victims and families today. and >> we just saw jennifer lopez and lin-manuel miranda perform. >> the song is called "love makes the world go round." all proceeds will go toward people affected by the shooting in orlando. good morning to both of you. i have to say, j. lo, usually you have us star struck but today lin-manuel miranda is here. none of us have gotten to meet him. >> millions of times. >> we love you just the same. >> i don't have questions
you. >> my favorite interview of all time. >> this is a match made in heaven it seems to me. how did you get together and how did this idea come about? >> i had this song called "love make the world go round" for maybe eight months. i loved the song. i loved the hook. and when everything happened in orlando, kind of heard it in a different way for the first time. the world needs this right now. the world really needs the message of love being the answer. that's what really matters. that's what makes the world go round. nothing else. hate, anger, won't get us anywhere. so i decided that it needed a little rework. i wanted to put somebody on the bridge and great names came up and then lin's name came up. that's it. i had seen his speech on the tony's and thought he's a perfect person to do this with me. he said i have no time. i said we have to do this. i have to get on the phone with him. we did. once we spoke, he was,
absolutely. i'll do this. i want to do this. and here we are. >> that speech was incredible at the tony's. as you were giving it in the room, what did it feel like to you? >> it was a crazy day any way and to have that happen that morning was all on my mind as we were getting ready to perform at the tony's and have this night celebrate theater that became this different thing. i just wanted to sort of meet the moment and express what was on my mind and so when jen got in touch, it just felt like knowing what jen represents to the latino community and lgbt community, that's the music that's playing in every club in orlando. it felt like the perfect sort of way to amplify that message, message of the song and do something good for people. >> it's a movement. a moment to quote "hamilton" back to you. that was my segue. you had your last performance on saturday. >> a
>> got to sleep in. you should go on vacation but that's because i'm selfish where you came up with "hamilton" in the first place during a vacation. how do you feel? >> i feel great. it was a very moving night. the paradox of performing "hamilton" is it's the most relaxing part of my day. for 2 hours and 45 minutes, i'm with this amazing group of actors. and all i have to do is be hamilton. in real life we're on our phones and doing a million things. that night was so special. so many friends and family in the audience and so many friends and family on stage. it was just an incredible night. >> who in the audience had the scissors? >> we had been plotting for two weeks. at 11:00, we cut it off. >> you were there for the last show. how was it? >> such an emotional night. all of the words had a different
i took my kids this time because they know a lot of the songs from the show already. it was just one of those magical moments on stage that is history making. it was great. >> we know you lost the hair. did you keep any souvenirs? anything that wasn't nailed down, i would take the outfits, the set. >> the show has to go on. >> this is his baby. >> first of all, i have to make sure security checks for a no, you know, i am going to go back and see the show tonight. it's my show. and the fun for me is now i get to sit out in the house and watch the show. i hear great things and i hear it's pretty good so i am excited to be the writer. >> just watching you guys perform that, how special was it to have these 50 survivors, their families, and you can feel it. you have a million shows, and
3 1/2 minutes. >> there's something different about the song. we sat down to write it and wrote it in 20 minutes, and the reworking of the lyrics to make it specifically for this message, and every time we listen to it, we get teary, and we're like, oh, my god, there's something going on here and we knew it would be, like i said a. much-needed message in this moment and to have all the survivors out there, and it was just -- you know, they were all looking at me. tears in their eyes, and listening to each one of the words and me being able to know this was in some way helping them, not just with the message of the song but also because of the charity, and all the proceeds are going to orlando. >> the orlando fund was made to go to the mental health services, and the family of the victims. >> it's a great song, great messagnd
it's just absolutely perfect. >> thank you so much for being here. it's a pleasure. let me take a selfie. just kidding. >> we will. we are so thrilled to have you here. "love make the world go round" now on itunes. up next, oscar nominee, brian can stun is here. but first, this is "today" on nbc. his new movie but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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bryan cranston. >> disrespectful. look at this. it's italian, come on. >> look at the dates. do the math. i would be 77 years old. >> that's about right. >> let's go. come on. >> are you even looking? >> yeah, yeah, i'm looking. >> here we go. bob musella. the dates are perfect. >> how about this one? dominguez. close enough, i suppose. >> kind of sexy. >> the dates work. sexy? >> who cares if it's sexy? >> i care. it's my name and i want to have a sexy name. >> good to see you. >> thank you. >> i loved this -- immediately i am thinking "good fellas." you said in that scene, you actually picked that scene up.
it was on the cutting block to lose the scene altogether and we said we can't lose this scene, it's how they get their identities. so we took three people in a van and dropped off at a cemetery, and come on, get out, and where is the camera, get the camera -- >> what about the script? >> we improvised, and there were a couple lines we knew we would say but then we just ad-libbed. >> lebron james can't win a championship without his cast. you had an amazing support cast including john law tkpwau jean yo. >> it's a real life story. >> for 2 1/2 years he went undercover with the cartel laundering money. he brought down -- this operation brought down the sevent
hugely successful. the thing that got me about bob's story, how did he reconcile being the bad guy in the day and then going home and being the father and taking the trash out. >> you get the sense of that. t dinner. in the scene, he runs into somebody where he's supposed to be something else but as an actor there are layers and layers of acting. you're incredible in that moment. >> a lot of layers in acting. just like the layer cake ser >> yeah, and there was a couple things that brad fur phupb, our director, suggested on a certain action at one point. so i thought, yeah, that makes sense. there was a lot of, you know, spontaneous work done as well. terrific scripts. >> this is the cartel, and bob mazer is
something goes wrong, he will not just get hurt but it's bad news. >> for actors, we are used to get into the shoes of somebody else, and if i get to make a mistake, i could do another take and if bob mazer makes a mistake, it could be his life. >> think thoughts on maybe working with jerry again? >> i would go in a second if larry called and said i got this idea. working on seinfelds was like going to comedy camp. you are emersed in their genius, jerry, larry, and the rest of the cast were brilliant. >> real life historical figures you have played, and anybody you thinking about you would like to play? >> i would like to play donald trump at some point. >> really? >> he is huge. he is a
who wouldn't want to -- >> this i can tell you. it is huge. >> wow. >> you got it down already. >> do i really? >> seinfelds is very good, too. >> jerry seinfeld? i am offended as a comedian. >> good stuff. this movie is unbelievable and you are great in it, as always. check out "infiltrator." get ready for pb & j wings. >> i don't know. trump might like it.
carnivore, and thousands of social media followers that cannot get enough of her recipes. these recipes are really unusual. can't wait to get into it. let's do your credential. i heard you took classes at meat science universities. >> yeah, they have a meat science department and they do a barbecue university course as well. >> i love it. >> tell me about this one. this is really unusual. >> yeah, different. these are peanut butter and jelly wings. we have the classic ingredients, peanut butter and jelly and worcester shaoeur as well. >> let's go in with peanut butter, and brown sugar as well. >> what is this spice? >> pap rekau. paprika.
sauce. >> a little spice. >> a little kick to balance out the sweetness. this is the fun part. >> we have tasters over there. they'll get a bite of it. >> we stir it up. >> put it right over the chicken. >> just pour it over. >> this is going to sit overnight. cover it in clean film and have it overnight, at least two hours in the refrigeratorefrigerator. >> i want to coat my chicken. >> stir it up and coat it. we won't get the pretty dress dirty. and then you want to go over to a grill that's got a nice medium-high heat. these will stay on for probably about two minutes each side and then just keep flipping them until they get to the color you want them to be. >> this is okay to keep messing with your meat. >> you want to
you don't want it to burn. >> a verdict from our tasters before we move on. >> delicious. it works. it does. >> this is a hack that i've got. i put peanuts in a baggy and towel down so it's not loud and any you have a meat tenderizer. bash them up. >> get out issues. >> and then sprinkle some on top. i do a couple scallions for color as well. >> another appetizer on the grill. these are steak bites. what do we have? >> a beautiful piece of new york strip here. we're going to do blue cheese and figure and bourbon jam steak bites. you can use steak as an appetizer. we'll start with this new york strip and season it with a lot of salt. i don't actually season with pepper because pepper can burn. a lot of people don't know that. you want to season with your
season nicely on both sides. don't be afraid. get in there. >> then a marinade going? >> this is it for now. we'll go over to the grill again. and this is a grill where i have coals just to one side and we'll put it on the incorrect side. it's called reverse sear. it will make sure that you have perfectly cooked steak every time. >> when do you move it to hot? >> you'll keep flipping it. it will take 15 minutes. i take it to 130 which is medium rare. whatever you're happy with. >> how are you preparing it? >> we prepare it. slice it up. put it on the sear. get it done. blue cheese and your bourbon jam and that's it. >> do you love it, guys? >> thank you. >> if you want more on these recipes, go to today.com/food. this is "today" on nbc.
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because you're not al or willie. you don't know this song? >> i can't hear it. >> go for it. >> this was the first record i ever owned. a 45. with the piece you put in the middle. the song is "whip it" by dazz band. i had a portable record player i could take around and i would open it up and plug it in my room and turn it up. i'll show you the move i did. are you ready? i would do this. >> how old were you? >> my mom would say what are these suggestive moves. i would go -- here it goes. >> you're suggesting. >> i don't know. what is that? >>
how old were you? >> five, six, seven. >> it was organic. >> that doesn't happen in nature. >> soul train. let's think about it. for those kids at home, 45s were these record things. they were about yeah big. around the time the 45 was actually something, the only tv show that you probably watched and did that dance because they weren't doing that on american bandstand. it had to be soul train. >> maybe it was. i don't know. >> can i ask a question back to the records. do you remember when mcdonald's used to give out a record? >> yes. >> it was in the happy meal. if it made it through the whole song, you won a prize. and then it would trail off if you
>> they would hand out in their happy meal because we had record players to play it on. >> i feel like we should bring records back. aren't they coming back? >> they're expensive. i bought willie for his birthday last year nwa album. it was a rare limited edition. >> you're a good friend. >> my credit card bill is still not in use. vinyl is hot. we have to transition. this morning on the plaza, a very powerful moment. jennifer lopez, lin-manuel miranda, cannot find two bigger stars on the planet right now and they joined forces to perform their song "love makes the world go round," and it's a tribute to those affected and lost after the orlando massacre at the pulse nightclub. here's what is incredible. the song can be downloaded on itunes and
of the sales to october 5th will go to the hispanic federation for the orlando survivors and relatives of the victims and they were joined on the plaza, and there was a quilt a woman made with the faces of all of the victims that lost their lives that day, and it was a beautiful tribute. j.lo said this was a song she had for sometime and the massacre in orlando took on a new meaning for her and she called the one and only lin-manuel miranda to give it a new edge. it's so special. >> it's interesting, and i had my phone out and it was such a powerful moment, and once everybody started waving the flag -- it was one of those things where you could feel it, the energy of it and strength. such a great idea. >> what was incredible, standing up on the stage and looking out at the people, and knowing that
audience, and i was recognizing them when we were going through, you know, all of the news coverage. these were the people telling us the stories from their hearts and they had tears in their eyes and they could embrace the moment for how special it was. >> it's important, again, that these proceeds go to the families that are still trying to piece together and how do you piece together something when you lost somebody forever, and it's incredible. j.lo is brilliant as always, and >> it is the beginning -- everybody knows it has been an incredible difficult week from dallas and we watched in louisiana and minnesota, and this is a very difficult time to say the least for our nation, and to see j.lo on the front line, not just being a celebrity
need right now. very good. can we talk about the u.s. women's gymnastics team. i am so excited. natalie morales, you were in the thick of it all, natalie, and now we know who is headed to the olympics next month. >> it was so good here last night. i can tell you, you can probably see the confetti still on the ground behind me. there was so much tension in this building and a packed house here at the s.a.p. san jose arena. we now know who the fierce five are. a lot of names. simone biles, three-time world champion, and she lost the top spot last night, blowing away everybody here and she is headed to rio along with vet upbz gabby douglas who struggled a little bit, i have to say, here in the trials, and she made the team
and alley race man. and joining them, we have new comers on the scene as well, madison kocian who is just so solid, especially on the uneven bars, and then the newest breakout star of the games so far, and i have to say when she was out here last night you heard her name, and the crowd roaring laurie, laurie, just 16 years old, and already making a name for herself. and i talked to her last night, and she was just 12 years old when she watched the fierce five compete in london, and here's what she had to say when she talked about how much sheidle idolized teammates of hers. >> when i look back four years ago in 2012, i was a little kid struggling on the daily -- >> asking for
line to get these two autographs. >> did you get their autographs? >> i don't think so. >> and now you are teammates. >> it's crazy to look back and i was fan girling over the amazing superstars back then and now we can all be together on the team. >> what do you do when you are just named to the u.s. olympic team? well, you have a dance off in the locker room, and that's what the girls did, and laurie hernandez tweeting this out, and a little celebration there in the locker room. well deserved, girls. you will see and hear their names a lot in rio, and of course from here it's hard work ahead. they have got just 25 days to go counting down to rio and ten of the days spent at the karolyi ranch, team as a team rather than competitors against one another. you will see those girls an awful lot in rio,
texas, i went down there before they were preparing for this, and it is just intense. >> is it? >> in a very loving way. bella is very strong, but they are so fun. i told dylan, she has a lot in common with simone, not just athleticism, joke, joke, and the love of zac efron. and she will e-mail me directly after this. in love with zac efron -- she is flipping and practicing, and i would say, zac efron, and -- >> i am not that bad. >> you both have the giggles. >> zac efron rules the world. i don't know if you saw this earlier today, but on saturday there was a baseball fan watching a game and she was trying to catch a foul ball, right? it can be tough. there are ways to catch a foul ball, and some people catch it in their cups skprpbgs
didn't stand a stance. it was the san francisco giants versus arizona diamondbacks, and she holds up her tray. i mean, there are hot dogs and beer, and everything on this tray, and the ball just -- i think she was trying to protect herself. >> here we go. >> here's some advice. next time that happens, if you just drop the tray a little bit and give a little give, and there's a chance everything won't splash all over. >> i wanted to practice but they said we couldn't in this particular area because of all the equipment. >> just give with it. i don't like when people have to waste food or beer. >> what do we have going on with the forecast? >> showers and storms and heavy rain and lots of clouds just to the west of st. cloud, so brace yourself because we
shortly. later on this afternoon we will see another round of storms develop through minnesota and could end up with isolated tornadoeses in eastern nebraska and western iowa, we could see large hail. tomorrow this whole threat will spread further to the east and extending into parts of the midwest, and that's a look at the weather across the country and here's a peek out your window. >> wonderful day under way and temperatures climbing in the 70s and we will be in the 80s by noontime and then upper 80s between 3:00 and 4:00, and low humidity and lots of sunshine, and then tomorrow the humidity does return and we're going to have a heat wave after that. highs in the 90s, and we might get a storm tomorrow, a small chance of that, and on wednesday a greater chance of a mainly afternoon thunderstorm and another chance on saturday and next week on monday, tuesday, and again on wednesday. >> that's your latest forecast. forecast. >> someone just wrote the
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at least five times a day, somebody said how is that squirrel bear made you eat? did you do the dung dance? >> i did the dung dance and it went down for sure. >> did it come back up? >> no, it didn't. when you eat spinach, it tasted like spinach. like where your teeth get all weird. the elephant dung was quite pleasant. >> the caterpillars were pretty bad. >> is it thinking about it afterwards -- >> me, i was worried about the pop, when you go to bite something, and that little bug and the insect guts come out and that's what i was worried about. >> i was worried about the tkpwaourb. the gush. >> it's great food. >> okay. so this show is hugely
celebrities. why did you want to target the beautiful >> why did you want to target the beautiful julian. >> that's such a loaded question. julianne. she is pretty and petite, but you have a streak of steel. and eating the unimaginable and sleeping under a rock, and climbing in small spaces. and it's always about you guys, about the guests and getting to know you in a very honest way. >> julianne, you work out, and how would this compare to what you do normall
that's definitely for exercise, and this is much more for survival and not dying. but honestly, it was such a thrill and such an adventure and reminded me of back when i grew up with my family and we would go on big hikes in utah and all the big national parks and stuff. for me it was just that sense of, like, a little bit of nostalgia for my family and feeling free. >> but they didn't have elephant dung. >> courteney cox, i found a rotting sheet and got the maggots, and filled the sack with maggots and brought it up and gave it to her for dinner, so you guys got off lucky. >> are you going back for dan
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would take. go! >> i am going for that. >> you want to pass me that? >> what i learned, i am actually going for this. >> i thought about going for that, too. >> we can only do three. >> the razor, can you take the blade out. >> okay. time is over. >> so the compass, that's good. there's a lot. julianne, you pulled out hair spray, and it was used to secure us on a cliff. and a signaling mirror. >> that would have been good.
and even this, you can boil it, and it won't belt. >> that won't belt? >> pretty clever. i had elephant dung for my hydration so i didn't need water. >> the whole heart of survival is about never giving up, and you can have all the skills and everything, and it's about fire inside, persistence, and determination and that's what you both girls had. >> we just heart you so much. >> we do. >> and it was the experience of a lifetime. >> so fun, you guys have to watch it. >> can you catch his special two-night premiere, "running wild with bear grylls." everything i have done in my journalists eubg career in 25 years, this is the thing people ask about the
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too southern for my own good. sorry, y'all. i can't even pretend to go along with you. let's take a look of what is going to happen this week. early this week looking storms across the midwest, and then by the end of the week, scattered showers and storms from the southeast up through parts of the ohio and tennessee river valley and temperature wise stays below normal in the northwest and then the above average temperatures expand make it it back into northern new england and you will get in the 80s and 90s this week. that's the weather across the country and now here's a peek out your window. >> a gorgeous day, and over the next six hours, temperatures in the 80s between noon and 1:00, and then between 2:00 and 4:00, upper 80s. lots of sunshine and low humidity, and a terrific day coming up. it gets more humid on tuesday and a small chance of
chance on wednesday, mainly in the afternoon, and then heat wave commences after that, and in the 90s, and then a storm on saturday and again the first part of next week. >> that's your latest forecast. >> thank you, dylan. many of you may know chris colfer best as kurt on the tv musical series, "glee." but what you may not know is chris is also a new york times best-selling author, not once or twice, but four times over. >> we love you. >> billions of young adult reade readers. chris is out with the fifth installment of "land of stories." it down to write a boo and hope people like it. you're just at the top of "the new york times" bestseller list. how does that feel? how does it hit you? >> it's wonderful. i never take it for granted. >> the bos
audience. and the audience keeps growing and growing and it makes it harder to write a book. and they say, it's not -- a million kids read it. a lot of pressure to please them. >> you have always loved writing and acting? you are doing both, obviously. >> as a kid i loved to play pretend and then i got somebody to tell me they are two different arts and they have been with me since i was a kid. >> we picked out a viewer's question, and atkrae yawna, 9 years old. >> why did alex and conner have to go through so many challenges just to make the spell? >> a young journalists from msnbc. frustrated. >> they have to go through a lot of challenges to make the story fun and adventurous, and i apologize for all the trouble i got them into. >> when your
how do you navigate those waters because they are very direct. >> if they don't like a sentence, they will tell you to your face, and no filters and it's hysterical and lots of fun. >> setting up for a blockbuster movie? >> originally i was so against it because i would rather it be a good book that 100 people read than a terrible movie 1,000 people saw. and kids demand a movie and i don't have the option. >> the people have spoken. >> the little people have spoken. i think it's definitely going to happen some day, and i am taking my time to make sure it has the right people in it. >> between writing best-selling novels and you found time to maintain your acting career. you will appear
film. >> i have always been a huge fan of the show and jennifer saunders has been a personal hero of mine, and when the "glee" tour was out, i didn't have any friends in london, and she came to the show and we became friendly and she wrote me one night she was going to do a movie and i had to be in it. >> the biggest oepg of a british film since james bond. you have great hair. >> thank you so much. >> it doesn't move. >> thank you. need a few ideas for tonight's chicken? we are grilling up a taste of the mediterranean right after this. i'm billy, and i quit smoking with chantix. i had a lot of doubts going in. i was a smoker.
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using is sau tar. sau tar. s a wild oregano. it's the base for marinade of our chicken today. we'll put our ingredients together. we have sumac and cumin. >> where do you get zaatar from? >> you can order it on amazon. it's a popular spice. you can get it at any supermarket now. >> you have your marinade here. >> we have our spices and lemon juice and olive oil. we'll put that right on top of our chicken thighs. >> i love chicken thighs. can you use something instead? >> i love this with chicken breast if you can't to keep it leaner. for me i love chicken thighs because it's juicier and takes in all of the flavor. t
overnight, which i love because it imparts all that flavor. so now take your chicken thighs and put it right on the grill. hot grill. we want it to go for around six, seven minutes on each side. get a nice beautiful char on it. >> do chicken thighs take longer? >> they do. especially with a bone. if you're not sure about the time or if it's ready, toss them into the oven to finish them off. we have our chicken. garnish with fresh herbs. >> next up is eggplant. >> eggplant. so this is one of my favorite dishes. this is a charred eggplant. you want to keep it whole and score it. put it right on the grill just like this. nothing on it. basically what you're doing is you want to char it and get that skin reall
it will steam the meat inside and give it a smoky delicious flavor. when it's done, we will make our sauce which goes on top of the eggplant. you want to put fresh lemon juice in there. we'll put garlic in there. we'll put some ice water because that will keep it nice and velvety and light and then mix it together. season it with salt. there you have it. >> you have your eggplant. now we want to garnish this. this is where you can get really creative. we have our beautiful sauce. >> you can go to today.com/food for the entire recipe. finish it off with lemon. >> delicious. go to our website. thank you so much. >> thank you for having me. >> they started out singing on a boston street corner. it's true. the foursome known as lake street dive have a new number one
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now let's check your forecast with steam 4 forecast. >> the perfect summer day under way. we are climbing in the 70s today and later today hitting the upper 80s, low humidity, just a few clouds around during the afternoon and tomorrow more humid. greater chance of a morning shower and afternoon storm on wednesday, and highs in the 80s, and that's to be followed by a heat wave in the 90s, thursday, friday, and saturday and into the weekend, and might get a storm around on saturday and perhaps first part of next week through midweek next week. >> thank you, tom. we'll see you.
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