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live look but we also have slowing across the flex section. there could be a disabled vehicle making its way across. the bay bridge is not bad but there is still meeting lights on. that is what's happening today in the bay. we will be back with more life local news. don't forget to join us for aramid date newscast. "the today show" is coming up next. make it a terrific tuesday. see you back here tomorrow. soaring prices and inflation. this year the mounting fears of recession. the fears for the white house to take action. and could the biggest interest rate hike in decades be on the way? we will have everything you need taknow. sweltering, a dangerous heat
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wave intensifies across the nation. 110 million americans bracing for another day of record-breaking temperatures. and now being warned to stay indoors. ads damaging storms slam-the midwest overnight. we're live with the latest and al's forecast. out of touch. members of trump's inner circle testify on day two of the january 6th hearing saying the former president was told he lost the election in 2020 but still declared victory and pushed his big lie. >> i thought if he really believes this stuffbb he's become detached from reality. >> what's next from the closely watched hearings and from trump continuing to repeat false claims about the election. amber heard opening up to savannah a in her first intervau since the jury sided with her ex-husband, johnny depp. >> to my dying day, i'll stand behind every word.
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>> reporter: how the case played out on social madia and her message to people who say neither star deserves much sympathy. >> i would not blame the average person for looking at this and how it's been covered and not think that it is hollywood brats at their worst. >> reporter: our one on one straight ahead. all that, plus, gelden. >> curry, it's good. >> the warriors put away late to defeat the celtics. >> exclamation point. >> reporter: and one win away from being crowned nba champions. today, june 14th, 2022. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with savannah guthrie and hoda kotb. from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza.
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>> it's tuesday morning. wale have a lot more to get to, including your exclusive conversation with amber heard. >> we sat doung about a week after the am defamation trial. also this morning we're tracking severe weather. this was the scene in yellow stone. heavy rain and record flooding forced all entrances to close. much of the midwest was dealing with storms as record-high temperatures blanket much of the country. >> we're going to begin with troubling new saneprise the economy. the trading day now on the way. after the dow plunged almost 900 points yesterday and the s&p moved am to bear market territory. >> there is new pressure on the president and on the federal reserve set to meet this week. how much will it raise interest rates to bring things under control?
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let's find out. we have tom costello in washington d.c. >> the s&p up 25. for weeksb we've been expecting the fed to raise rates by a half a point tomorrow. the pressure is on the fed now to go big. the "wall street journal" and fed reporting they will lakely raise rates by three quarters of a point as soon as tomorrow. "wall street journal's"m closing bells sound cheery but a dark cloud is hanging over the markets and economy. a big slide on monday. >> overall, just an ugly day. >> now 16% lower for theiary the broader s&p index, common in american's portfolios, sliding
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am to it territory down 21% thisiary. real money that americans have to one day retire, pay for college or one day a house despite the high stress and anxiety, if you have a long-term time horizon, don't panic. >> the advice for most people is stick it out, don't try to change your portfolio now. >> reporter: meanwhile, more americans in more states are hitting the so-called pain point. forcing them tacutback on driving or spending. >> i've already curtailed my driving as it is >> reporter: as inflation takes a huge bite out of almost every family budget. housing up 5%, food up 10%, new cars up 12.5%. used cars up 16% outside detroit, liz brown has to find a closer day care as she takes on a second job delivering
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groceries. >> it's hard to keep food on the table. hard tocopy a roof over our head even utilities are going up. >> reporter: the nation's central bank under pressure to extend inflation and now expected to slow interest rate said tomorrow to slow inflation. >> they have to worry whether they can stick to the game plans. that's why fed credibility is so key right now. >> if the was another interest rate hike, how much of an impact would it have in the short term? >> we're expecting rents, reifies, car loans before the rate hikes, a 400,000 would typically carry $1700 or so that new loan, $2400 just because of the rate hikes already and it will go higher as the fed race raises rates.
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the fed has one tool it's a sledge hammer to bring inflation under control. >> tom, thank you. turn to the extreme weather from coast to coast to severe storms to a dangerous heat wave. more than 100 million people waking up again to a record-breaking temp we're going to get you al's forecast in a moment but first from stormy chicago. good morning >> reporter: hey, savannah, good morning tayou. the heat wave is a big story across the country but severe storms blew through much of the midwest, including chicago. when you take a closer look at the aerial images, a much different story. fierce winds pealed back the roof of this three-story apartment complex, sending residents scrambling fortunately no one was seriously
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hurt overnight, severe weather triggering tornado warnings in the midwest. sirens blaring in downtown chicago e. as powerful storms pummelled the area pealing back the roof as people took shelter inside. >> a whole roof fell down. >> reporter: the dangerous weather forcing a ground stop at o'hare international airport where wind gusts reached 84 miles per hour they moved to areas for safety >> got pretty windy out there. >> reporter: the explosive bursts of storms with the same heat dome. it's now moving aes. 100 million americans are under heat alert sweltering in 90 or hotter
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the weather being blamed for one death in colorado, where texas electric grid operator reported record-power usage sunday. charlotte, north carolina lakely crack the century mark for the first time in seven years. and chicago flirting with 100 degrees too. heat is a number one weather-related killer in the u.s. and health officials say it's critical to take it easy, especially when humidity is so high >> try to limit your time, if you are out, to shorter periods. take frequent breaks make sure and drink plenty of water. >> reporter: yellow stone national park closed the visitors on monday as unprecedented amounts of rain washed away roads and bridges. the historic blooding set issing off land slides, plunging an entire house in-river. >> that is insane. >> reporter: looe new wildfires
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also ignited over-weekend in california leading oo a exream kraut conconditions. >> reporter: and when you factor hin humidy, will feel libeke 109 some schools will dismiss students early or going virtual. >> going to be a steamy one there. al standing by with more on the storms and heat and where it's headed >> so, we're talking about 172 million of us will have afternoon highs above 90 degres. and in fact, from the southwest all the way to the east coast, we got 106 million popal under heat advisories, heat watches, warn aings for today, unseasonably hot. chicago is going to feel like 107 today. 103 in omaha cincinnati will feel like 109.
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richmond, 96 charlotte, 101 they'll probably be at 100 overover h over-the next cup canal of cays. heat index is well above 100. the heat is going to continue into the weekend with temperatures in the upper 80s into the mid to upper 90s. the big storm system basically a long line of thunderstorms that extends it at least 250 miles with wind gusts up to 58 miles per hour and that's what blew thr ew a number of the cities a in the midwest for today, a risk of severe weather in the plains and along the midatlantic for 1 million people damaging winds, tornados can't be ruled out tomorrow we have an enhanced risk in the upper midwest and we move into thursday, from upstate
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new york to shcharleston, 15 million people at risk for severe weather in washington, new fallout from yesterday's second hearing by the january 6th committee the attorney general saying he's watching closely as the findings are laid out and former president trump also weighing in. hey, garrett, good morning >> one focussed on the doj and the other on the pressure campaign against mike pence. monday's hearing was about the fact that donald trump lost the 2020 election. his top staff knew it, his family members knew it and they say his lies pfue fuelled-insur. insurrection.
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>> i hot if he believes this suff, he's lost contact with ka kaegs he's become can ached prom reality. >> reporter: they tried and pap pailed >> all were suggestions, ib believe prom rudy giuliani oo can claire was out right >> and saying giuliani was i intoxicated. the president's embrace offing superted theories of machines switching votes later parroted by rioters but dividing his allies.
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campaign manager who had to go down when his wife was giving birth >> i didn't mind being part of team normal. >> reporter: tlrump embracing giuliani, even as they were defeated and the justice department said they debunked claims of fraud. >> i have confidence in rudy >> reporter: trump releasing a 12-page statement largely repeating the debunked election fraud claims the committee disagreed about whether they would refer others to the justice department or just present all the evidence. either way the current attorney general says his team is watching clesly. >> i can assure you the january 6th prosecutors are watching all the hearings as well >> and followed the money,
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talking about the fundraising the president and his team did around the big lie and how those claims may have misled donors. what more can you tell us about the evidence there >> reporter: the committee says mr. trump raised something like a quarter billion dollars for something called the election defense fund, that didn't actually exist mo most of it went to trump's political superpact and some went to pay allies gill foil getting paid $60,000 for her speech january 6th the idea is the big lie led to what one member called the big rip off. >> 15 minutes past the hour. more breaking news overnight in ukraine >> good morning to you as well russian troops focusing on eastern ukraine. and now several bridges in that region have been can destroyed, cutting off what had been key
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escape routes for thousands of ukrainian civilians. molly, good morning. >> reporter: craig, good morning to you no more escape routes for people in donbas. we've been speaking to people who have fled donbas one says the real number of civilians trapped inside likely higher than the estimated 10,000, including hundreds and hundreds of children this morning southern donbas is still standing but all three bridges destroyed, there's no way out. president zelenskyy says the battle will surely go down in military history as one of the most brutal battles in and for europe lacking the heavy artillery needed, ukrainian soldiers are engaging in street battles in thee eastern cities. but as losses mount for ukraine, they say we're still baeating back russian forces.
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the head of the armed forces says russia has 10 times more fire power than ukraine. but additional help may be on the way. sources telling nbc news, the baden administration could soon announce more military aid, including additional weapons and equipment. and it's needed. it's pummelling the town and in the firing line is the city. there's ghg happening here, she says and it's not clear how this will with end. in places there's no longer fighting, around kyiv, they left bucha two and a half months ago. ths city synonymous with some of the most broutal scene ises this war has scene. they found a mass grave. they were tortured, shot in the knees and hands tied with tape
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returning comes first and resilience, says military psychologist, is not in short suplay supply. how do you heal a town lake this where do you start >> people would like to clean everything from russia >> reporter: scrub it, get it off? >> absolutely. >> reporter: we also spoke with a woman who left southern donbas three days ago we asked why she didn't leave earlier. not only to care for her elderly parents and grandmother, she lad no cell service since march. so, she had no idea how bad it had gotten and since arriving here, she has not been able to the reach her parents. >> besides-heat, we've been
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sunny skies and warmer temperatures. that is what you can expect for your tuesday. a look in san francisco. here's a closer look at your daytime highs. san jose 85. 90s through the interior valleys. it will be windy at times, especially around the coastlines. enjoyed the 80s. and low 90s because it will get hotter heading into wednesday. and that's you and that's your latest weather. guys and is ahead our exclusive interview with amber heard speaking about the defamation trial brought against her by ex-husband, johnny depp. >> this is the most humiliating and horrible thing i've been through. >> reporter: the evidence she
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forecast. the temperatures begin to drop as the system passes to the north on friday. that will set us up for a cooler friday and saturday, but ahead, into father's day weekend, 70s, back to the 80s heading into sunday. we're local news in a half hour. wanna help kids get their homework done?
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we are back. 7:30 tuesday morning it is flag day and it's all decked out for the occasion we also started singing grand old flag we started singing that in elementary school. >> he's a high flying flag and forever in peace may he wave, the land of the free and the brave. every heart ring ares true for the red, white and blue and the
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love -- i can't believe that went on. >> that wads really impressivive, ladies >> so, flag day. let's honor our flag >> we want to begin with your exclusive interview with amber heard. >> this is the first interview and the stunning verdict largely in favor of her ex-johnny depp we talked about how she feels about all of it now. >> been about more than a week since the verdict. as you sit with me now, has it sunk in? >> how could it? surreal. and difficult. in part, with yes. this has been a long time coming >> do you stand by your testimony and your accusations against johnny depp about abuse? >> of course to my dying day will stand by
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every word of my testimony >> reporter: the real-life drama of the defamation case between amber heard and her ex-husband, johnny depp, captivated millions of people around the world >> johnny, you hit me. >> this is so cringe sgl sglurks. >> reporter: with clips spreading across social media like wildfire. >> i think mass majority of this trial was played out on social 3450edia i think this trial is an example of that gone haywire i think even the most well-intentioned juror, it would have been impossible to avoid this >> reporter: people online and crowds outside the court housemaid it clear where they stood. >> every single day i passed, from three, four, sometimes six blocks, city blocks, lines of
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people holding signs saying burn the witch, death to amber. after three and a half weeks, i took the stand and saw the court room packed pull of captain jack some sparrow fans who were vocal and energized. >> reporter: can you put into words how that felt? >> it was the most humiliating and horrible thing i've been through. y i've never felt more removed from 34my own humanity. >> were you feeling confident? the day of the verdict >> that's a good question. i wish i could say yes i want to say yes to you but it wouldn't be true >> reporter: even if you think
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that i'm lying, you still couldn't tell me -- look in the eye and tell me you think there's been fair representation >> do you think depp has proved all the elements of defamation answer, yes. >> reporter: the jury found heard defamed depp in a "washington post" op-ed in which she wrote she was a public figure representing domestic abuse. depp denied the abuse allegations in court heard one one of three claims in her countersuit against her ex-husband that verdict came less than two years after the judge ruled against depp in uk where he sued a newspaper called him a wife boater >> there was a trial that had even more evidence in.
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in fact, my evidence was largely kept out, really important pieces of evidence kept out. done differently, handled differently by a judge instead of a jury. >> reporter: some evidence is admissible in u.k. court that is not admissible in a u.s. court to you think he had better lawyers some. >> i will say his lawyers certainly did a better job of distracting the jury from the real issues. >> for some people they were disgusted by the whole thing and don't have sympathy for either one of you can you understand that. >> absolutely. i cannot blame the average person and not think it is hollywood brats at their worst but what people don't understand
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is it's actually so much more about that the first amendment protects free speech. it doesn't protect lies that amount to defamation and hath was the issue in the case. >> exactly free speech does not protect you if you go into a crowded theater and scream fire. because the concept of free speech from the graeks my understanding of what that means is not just-freedom to speak. it's a prfreedom to speak trutht power. >> but truth was the word and that wauz the issue. >> i spoke it and i spoke it to power and i paid the price sglurks in the closing argument, the depp lawyer called your testimony the performance of a lifetime and that you were acting what do you say tothat >> since the lawyer for the man who convinced the world he had
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scissors for fingers, i'm the performer? i listened to weeks of testimony insinuating or saying quite directly that i'm a terrible actress. so, i'm a bit confused how i could beboth >> reporter: the depp team argus you were the abuser, that you instigated physical violence >> i didn't have to instigate. i was responding to it when you're living in violence and it becomes normal, you have to adapt >> there are case cans in which you acknowledge hitting. cases you say i started the fight. >> i know much has been made of these audiotapes they were first leaked online after being edited what you would hear in the clips are not evidence of what was
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happening. was evidence of a negotiation. >> reporter: let's talk about that with your abuser but i'm looking at a transcript that says you start physical fights and i said i did. i can't promise you i won't get physical again i understand context but you're testifying and telling me today i, never started a physical fight and here you are on tape saying i did >> as i testified on the stand about this is when your life is at risk, not only will you take the blame for things that you shouldn't take the blame for but when you're in an abusive dynamic, psychologically, emotionally and physically, you don't have the resources that you or i do with the luxury of saying this is black and white this is anything but when you're living in it >> reporter: but there's another tape where you're taunting him and saying oh, tell the world, johnny depp.
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i, a man, victim of domestic violence >> 20 second clips are not representative of even the two hours or three hours that those clip cans are excerpt from i'm not a lawyer as i testified to i was talking in those recordings as a person in extriem amount of emotional, psychological and physical distress >> reporter: he said he never hit you. never. is that a lie? >> yes, it is. >> reporter: what about witnesses who say they see you instigate violence >> i've seen how people will file rank and support the person >> and lie in court? >> i'm not here to call any of his witnesses any names. i'm here to say what it felt like tame as a person who sat
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there. >> reporter: when i ask the lawyers why do you think you won? the answer is buzz she never took responsibility for anything she did in the marriage. >> i did do and say horrible, regrettable things throughout my relationship i behaved in horrible, almost unrecognizable it to myself ways i have so much regret. i prfreely and openly and voluntarily aukd about what i did. i oced about being pushed to where i didn't know the difference between right and wrong. i will always continue to peal like i was a part of his, like i was-other half of this relationship because i was and was ugly and could be very butteple
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was very, very oxic. we were awful oo each other. i made a lot of mistakes a lot of mistakes. i've always told the truth >> heard's law yers say they pln to repeal the verdict. and as for the evidence in the u.k. trial that could have made a difference last week, depp's attorney said the evidence far exceeded the u.k. one and they believe-the jury got it right. ewe have a lot more to share with you tomorrow morning on "today" including response to other alligations made about her in court and her answer when i ask issed how she feels about johnny depp now. got lots more of that. our exclusive interview will air on a special edition of "dateline" 8:00, 7:00 central. >> so enlightening, it really
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is just like us. kids find him totally embarrassing >> you could mock out what she was saying >> what was it >> you're in my hair his daughter, blue ivy they were spotted in the crowd he's trying to show his daughter love but you could clearly see -- there was a twitter user summed it up best to us, the all-time rap legend to blue ivy, embarrassing dad. could be worse not the first time, bay the way. this is four years age she was spotted in the crowd telling mom and dad stop clapping stop >> we know who runs the show >> clearly >> who runs the world? blue ivy >> look how grown up she is already. >> my hair as we enter the thick of
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you just can't stop getting rewarded. good morning. here's a look at what is happening now as the warriors are one win away from winning the nba championship title. good morning. i'm cierra johnson in front of the chase one center. fans are waking up breathing a sigh of relief after the war is beat the celtics. we are potentially one game away from taking it all on the court. the biggest game yet of the career, and they deliver 21 and 16 points respectively. warriors lead the series. next game is in boston. we will keep you updated on what place out there.
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we will have another local news update in an hour but first, a look at your forecast. daytime highs will be hotter, especially for the interior. san francisco in the 70s. this will set us up for a change in temperatures over the next couple days. it will be the warmest tomorrow. a cooldown heading into thursday and friday. 80s for thursday and friday we cool off significantly into the 70s. that will lead into a cooler saturday and by sunday, for father's day, we will be in the 80s which means it will be a warmer father's day sunday. we will see you back here at 8:00. have a great day.
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♪ it is 8:00 on "today." coming up. bear down. it's 8:00 on "today. coming up, bear town all eyes on "wall street journal" after stolks closed way down and millions struggle to keep tight budgets with soaring prices >> it's hard to keep food on the table. the rent prices are going up hard to keep a roof over our head even utilities are going up. >> reporter: what's next for your wallet. plus race against lime as we head out canders for the summer. the staggering number of people
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who have had lime disease. what you need to know to detect the signs and prevention steps to take right now. then online deals. a closer look at how ad said on social media apps are making it easier to buy trugs. drug after drug inside the new push to stop those sales and what parents can do to keep their kids safe. and you could not be serious. >> you cannot be serious >> reporter: a new documentary takes a deep dive into the life of tennises legend john macken row. the highs and lows of his controversial journey and when you can catch it on the big screen, june 14th, 2022. tuesday. celebrating our very first anniversary from alabama >> shout out from davenport, iowa
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>> hello, indiana. >> megan and mia >> in new orleans. >> celebrating our milestone birthdays. >> 16, 50. >> and 70. >> hi to our fellow teachers and nurses in wisconsin. >> from california. >> on our graduation trip. >> sending love to our grandparents >> from orlando to the "today" show because -- >> happy birthday. happy birth cay. welcome back to "today," gis that drum baet's going on. y with cannot wait to get outside on this tuesday morning and share some of the morning with us. >> you can set your dvr 7:00 a.m. and catch up on your schedule >> another brutal day on "wall street journal." adding to fears the u.s. economy could be headed towards a recession. tommal costello is in waulgs
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where the central bank is expected to raise interest rates again to slow down inflation >> so, the fedex pected to raise rate said by three quarters of a percentage point that would be the biggest rate hike since 1994. it comes after last week's report shows the highest inflation since 1981 8.6% americans are feeling it every day from the gas station to the grocery store to new and used cars even air fairs and hotels. "wall street journal" into a nose dive. the dow was down 1,000 points at one point. the dow is now down 16% year to date the tech and bio tech-heavy nasdaq down 30% year tadate and the broader s&p index found in most american'ses portfolios in bear market territory, down 21% so far this year that's real amoney a american cans use to pay for retirement, college, a house
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if they have a long-term time horizon, dent change the portfolio asset. that can be difficult when the markets are sliding so dramatically back to you. >> thank you a new study published in the global hemgts journal reports 14% of people worldwide have or have had limes disease, which you can get from ticks they found numbers have been going up and men over the age of 50 in rural areas are the most at risk. medical contributor joins us with more. always a worry, especially in summertime in the woods with kids 14%. does that strike you as a big number >> it did. absolutely and the way i would frame it is this if you're unlucky enough to get bitten by a tick carrying the bacteria causing lime but careful enough to report with a
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flu-like illness followed by the characteristic rash. the diagnoses is fairly easy to make and antibiotics can be quite effectbfive. as we were discussing before we started the segment, a lot of folks don't have that rash and if you don't treat early, you can develop long debilitating symptoms. that's the problem but after that, they can present with headache and real neurologic deficits. >> how do you protect yourself if your ror going out? >> know what to expect before you go outside you want to definitely use repellant. so, that is something like an epa-registered repellant and treat your clothing and gear
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with -- wear long pants. tuck your pants into your socks. avoid the wooded, high grassy areas. walk in the center of trails shower right away, wash your clothes in high heat >> real quickly. there's news this morning about a new drug or treatment approved to treat alopecia. >> alumian this is significant. about 300,000 papal have severe alopecia and about a third would be candidates to be treated with the new drug it's been around quite a while and this one actually is used to treat some with severe cocan vid 19 a word to our viewers. it is an immuno suppressive medicine so, your doctor has to review thing taz be monitored for >> alumia. how about we turn to the nba
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finals for a moment, ladies. the golden state warriors now just one win away from another title after last night's big win over boston. >> and andrew wig withens was the man last night the warriors would go on to win that 104-94. they lead the series three games to 16. three games to two game six is thursday back in boston >> let's ge. >> they should win this thing. >> that's it we'll see. let's get taour boost. college student, chloe benm grew up on a farm she was locking forward to her trip to a safari park until this
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happened >> exactly pokes it its hoed in and she drops the bag of feed and after that, when she calmed down, she said the encounter was funny and hilarious. shae said she never laughed so hard whoever was shooting kept shooting it. this reminds us of a boost classic from last year you'll remember in a second. >> oh, my god. a.j. thought it was over last year >> i mean, any reason to pull that out >> all right just ahead this morning, can you tell me how to get to broad sfwhai carson's got details on
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an exciting new adventure for are our friends at "sesame street." and something all parents cannot afford to miss. social media and how easy it canby for your children tause those apps to purchase dangerous drugs. we'll have that story right after this ero rashida... okay, you totally distracted me. that's not fair. what? earn cash back that automatically adjusts to where your spending is trending. with the citi custom cash℠ card. migraine hits hard, so u hit back with ubrelvy u level up u won't take a time-out one dose of ubrelvy works fast it can quickly stop migraine in its tracks within 2 hours without worrying if it's too late or where you are unlike older medicines, ubrelvy is a pill that directly blocks a protein believed to be a cause of migraine. do not take with strong cyp3a4 inhibitors. most common side effects were nausea and tiredness. migraine pain relief starts with u learn how abbvie could help you save. ask about ubrelvy, the anytime, anywhere migraine medicine.
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oooh hit me with that kayak too. look at these drivers. time to go clubbin'. dad joke? it's father's day. oversized load coming through. who you calling oversized?! the cart. ♪♪ making friends again, billy? i like to keep my enemies close. guys, excuse me. i didn't quite get that. i'm hard of hearing. ♪♪ oh hey, don't forget about the tense music too. would you say tense? i'd say suspenseful. aren't they the same thing? can we move on guys, please? alexa, turn on the subtitles. and dim the lights. ok, dimming the lights. we're back carson joins us.
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y with have an eye at how easy it is to purchase deadly drugs >> dealers posting photos of drugs. you won't believe what we found. international correspondent, kate snow is here with what all parents should watch >> we might thing of drug purchases happening on a street corner but the younger generation is finding pills or powders by connecting with a dealer on social media and they're peddling substances that contain deadly fentanyl we were surprised to see drug content in close proximity to ads for products we use every day. >> reporter: more americans died of an over dose last year than any other time in history. the biden administration calls it an epidemic 66% of the deaths involve fentanyl and it's not hard to find where was your daughter getting drugs?
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>> often she used social media apps to find dealers she could pretty much find someone no matter where she was with her phone she had constant access. you realize how easy it was to have drugs delivered to your door >> they lost their 18-year-old in 2020. becca loved her guitar. she planned to attend the university of richmond >> i know you can't. >> reporter: her parents say she used various social media channels to find dealers and buy drugs. they shared her direct conversations on snap chat i'm tweakin.
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need stronger mgs, referring to milligrams the daeler offers oxy 15s. we wanted to know what people like becca could find using social media we met up with vice president of content at coop ragsds for a safer web. five years ago he purposely created an instagram account that follows drug dealers and other unsavory activity. >> my profile photo is a mannequin. he says dealers are very easy to find once you know what terms and emoejes to look for. a plug emoji means a dealer can connect you with the drugs you're lacking for you're scrolling drug after drug picture. he exchanges direct messages with people obviously lacking to sell >> if you're interested, purchasing drugs without prescription, a add me on snap chat so, this is snb you're following.
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there's a picture of drugs and what's below it? >> a peloton a ad. sponsored. >> reporter: below and above posts about drugs, there are more ads >> more trugs, more drugs. a watch. >> reporter: these are major brands this is somebody trying to sell you weed, marijuana. what's below that? >> disney plus, "cheaper by the dozen. >> ads for kids? >> yeah. >> reporter: even a movie by our own parent company, nbc universal. since he used a real email address, advertisers know a lot about him. ad buyers target particular audiences. he's seeing ads for products the advertisers think he might be interested in. separate and apart from the drug content he's following do you think most advertisers
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know their ads might be running around content advertising fentanyl pills >> there's no perfect filter >> reporter: ceo of the institute for advertising ethics a group pushing for more self regulation from advertisers using social media to reach customers. >> i believe it will require more human active moderation >> that doesn't exist right now. >> reporter: they've outsourced to mushaens. behavior and those illegal drug sale ises have consequences. >> our daughter is the consequence. and how many more are there before those in control take responsibility for this? >> instagram says it's disabled the accounts of suspected dealers we found. for it's prohibited by snapchat and instagram.
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instagram says, in part, they've developed technology to remove the content proactively. snapchat says it uses cutting edge technology to shut done dealers' accounts. snapchat says it's made changes since becca died in 2020 when we told them a suspected dealer was sharing a snapchat handle as recent laeas this march, they shut down that account and we've reached out to peloton, disney plus and universal. they've officially declined to comment. >> it's glaringly obvious the social media companies are not doing enough the terms and emoejes. i had no idea. >> and every young person in the room knows >> it always feels like one step behind you tell them this is a drug and they shut it done. >> people call it whac-a-mole. >> thank you we'll shift gears and get a check of the weather foreman al.
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>> let's talk about the hate 106 million of us under some heat advisory or heat warnings from southern california to the southeast into the midwest we're lacking at that for today. in fact, temperatures that are going to feel like 107 in chicago. 98 minneapolis 110 in charleston. dozens of records lakely today and tomorrow to the north, temperatures will clear to the south and we got severe weather going on right now strong storms firing up in the upper plains right now 20 million people at risk from the plains to the mided a atlantic for dangerous winds, damaging hail and for today, mountain snow is out west we've got a hotter day in store for your tuesday across the bay area.
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temperatures will reach the upper 70s around the peninsula. san francisco 73. windy around the coast but 80s and 90s are expected into the interior valleys including concord with a high of 91. in the south bay, 85 for san jose. a warm-up on wednesday before we cola for the week and. >> out the door, come along with us. radio neck of the woods. today, a father's day special on off the rails 1:00 best tame of the morning pop start. >> thank you i miss when you're not here. it's not the same. first up, the polarizing tennis grut is a center of a film simp hey titled mcen row.
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sees him reflecting on his past. >> you're pathetic couldn't you speak anything? >> from new york, john mcenroe >> number one in the world i'm the grittest player that ever played. why does it not feel that amazing? >> john's in his head, never good enough. >> i would dwell on tennis matches when i could have been a better dad and that's the worst feeling. you do whatever it takes to win at any cost a. . >> is it all worth it? >> good. i can't wait >> athletes now -- imagine if he had that in his day. >> he would have broke it. >> it would have popped off his
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wrist. >> "mcenroe" showtime december second and we know him as scene stealing roles and become known as quite the foodie as shown in his documentary series called "searching for italy." he travels to 20 regions and eats pasta and tomatoes and cheese now a food expert, especially on italian food so, when they asked his thoughts on pineapple pizza he said i have no thoughts on it it's so repellant. if i think of it, i might not survive. it's gross adding where does it come from who is the person that said this is a good idea >> look, i like sweet and savory do you like m & ms in your popcorn? >> it's not my jam >> you're not forcing anybody to eat it
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>> but we don't like it. >> would you eat a huh huhhen pizza from dominos as a kid? >> no. >> i did >> california pizza kid, barbecue chicken come on. this is incredible ware with hearing more about aursen butler, took on the rel of elvis presley he was casted. he went method not only does he look like elvis, as you've seen in the trailer. this is going to span a lot of the king's career, especially the early days in the music industry we're told he sounded like elvis too. not just looked like him but sounded like him elvis's granddaughter revealed butler singess some of the early vocals of elvis. we have behind the scenes video of him singing "all right.
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this is behind the scenes. ♪-right ♪ ♪ that's all right ♪ ♪ >> we see crew members walking in front of him. so, they're jamming and you can see how austin's -- >> i saw it. it is incredible tom hanks is off the chainads the colonel. frrt i didn't know so many things of that, that came into play going to be amazing. >> "e6b8s" hits theaters june 24th and "sesame street" is hitting the stage. in a new off broadway production cookie monster, and all the fan 235i6rbts. songs will be sung including newb numbers written for the show it's going to appeal to fans of all ages when it opens to audiences in september pretty sury with know to people
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whool would like to go to this >> can't wait to see elmo. >> when we come back, the classic celebrations they're back in a big way after two years of delays. and all the excitement that come with them. this is part of what he
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called a protest against abortion. last month, he scaled the salesforce tower in san francisco as part of a similar demonstration. meteorologist vianey arana is in and has a look at the forecast. it will be a lovely day. clear skies and warmer temperatures this afternoon. we will bump up into the 80s and 90s. san jose 85, martinez 86. expect to see winds pick up if you are in the city. the next seven days, we will warm-up and by thursday and friday we've got assistant to the north bringing a chance of a cooldown. we have more local news coming up for you in just half an hour. have a great morning.
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hey, hey, hey. tuesday morning, the 14th of june, 2022 we got a beautiful crowd made all the more beautiful by the
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lovely jenna bush hager. you're wear wiing orange this morning. >> we'll talk about why you're here in the wake of the pandemic cancellation, a lot of schools making up for lost times hosting get togethers. wickey nguyen's going to suggest great advice so you can make the most of the long-awaited celebrations >> and who loves jenna's book club guess what there's mor. >> we're expanding we have a whole list for read with jenna jr. you guys, your kids have to read with us this summer andy with have a special story kicking it all off. >> and in the third hour,y with have jill martin in the kitchen with two great she made it stories. one on a company that cuts tlau the clutter and another passing on a cherished family recipe >> we want to mention tomorrow
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dakota johnson's going to be here a draumdy with a catchy title "a cha-cha real smooth. i love that. and our morning news letter filled with the latest news, pop aculture, wellness and more. right into your inbox every morning at 7:00 a.m. eastern sign up. this is today. scan the qr code at the bottom of the screen or to today.com. >> right at 7:00 >> sunday. >> don't you love getting that read maria's sunday paper. >> it pays the bills around here >> let's show you lacking ahead for today. it's going to be record highs. a good portion of the country. over 170 million will see temperatures above 90. fire risk in the southwest for tomorrow, more record highs.
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severe storms around the great lakes. the desert heat continues. look for showers in the lower mississippi and ohio river and take a look at your tuesday forecast. these are your daytime highs in the upper 80s for san jose, morgan hill, 88. livermore, 90 degrees. very clear with lots of sunshine and windy conditions and breezy into the interior. heading into wednesday, the temperatures remain hot and we have cooled down expected with a warmer day on father's day. >> and t >> and that is your weather. >> thanks, al. who feels like celebrating we do. get ready for your class reunion season a lot of people are
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we are back on the plaza with the return of a long-running position mostly put on hold, class reunions. >> they're book on full force after being put on hold for two years. >> good morning. fun to be out here with the people >> officially reunion season plenty of classes are making up for lost time. after two years in limbo, many are eager to see familiar faces as they make their comeback. more people are heading back to school the nation seeing a class reunion rebound after the pandemic forced a pause on homecoming they're seeing business boom over their prepandemic dealings
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and this year 25 to 50% of reunions are rescheduled or combined events with other classes who had to post pone their gatherings >> we don't do care if you like us because we don't like you >> the past memories are locked in a box and when we access them, they bring us joy >> we're coming to you in front of the phs campus. >> mike wolf and stephanie warner have been working to plan their 20-year reunion for the class of 2000. >> obviously the pandemic. so, after three or four reschedulealed revisions and redos, we're on. >> they'll host a unique 2022 year reunion >> we're all going to be nervous. i'm going to think about what i'm wearing a few couple different times. >> they say that anxiousness is
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not uncommon concerns about not measuring up to expectations or being put in uncomfortable situations often make us feel like we're in the spotlight and being judged by those around us. that is rarely the reality >> people are rarely judging us as much as we think they are and they're more focussed on themselves >> reporter: experts say invite a friend a familiar face can make you feel comfortable in larger groups engage in conversation will make them feel welcome and can take the focus off of you and cut yourself some slack. keep in mind brains tend to amplify encounters and keeping us from embracing all the excitement >> i think seeing people in person will remind us we're all human, all going through these experiences and it's so great to be together. >> and there really is this
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domino effect that happens with reunions it breaks the ice and everyone doesn't want to say i'm the first one to be there. but oncia get the bull rolling, everyone turns out >> my 50th high school reunion and i went to the 40th they put our yearbook pictures on the name tags i didn't know who these people were and they didn't know who i was. >> ware with on the plaza and i heard there are reunions in the crowd. could i get the folks who are out here from arizona to raise your hand. and arizona fans savannah, come on over >> hi. hair down, yes hello. are you from tucson? anyone from tucson hi how are you? oh, my god
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>> surprise. >> this is my best friend. you're really my best friend >> i can't believe it. i'm shocked. i barely attended high school. i was always ditching and doing terrible things and i won't recognize anyone but this is my dearest >> how far you've come >> awesome >> so fun to see people. >> yes, do a reunion oh, my god >> play tennis together. >> these are best buds >> reporter: reunions are contagious so, there's not just one surprise there's someone else here who used to be a radio mentor to one al roker where are we al, come on over, al do you see a familiar face in the crowd? >> oh, my god.
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how are you, big boy wosgr. that's right i have the blue glasses. god bless you. grrs to see you. >> al, you're such a mentor to so many people but he was your mentor >> yes, he is. i look older than lou even though he's older than me. >> you got the glasses going you got that look. are there any prl fans in the house? yeah come on over carson, tell me do you recognize anyone in the crowd? forget about it. >> forget about it >> ohb, my god, this is my man right here we created trl together. >> great >> the stories we have what good time
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>> how is the family >> good. >> we stoleal a lot of the concept, the window, the being outdoors, the crowd. >> nothing like it i can't believe they got you, bro. oh, my god >> how long has it been since you've seen each other >> too long. >> been a minute. absolutely, man. we got to hangout more >> i've never seen you so speechless there is someone special here for a mr. craig melvin tell me where are you? do you see any familiar faces in the crowd here a frat brother where is he e? robert, where are you, my friend >> i thought you were on a hunting trip >> i was >> robert.
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he's like i'm duck hunting in wherever you are >> argentina came back for you, my brother. >> this is fantastic look how much younger we were in that picture he sang at my wedding. my god come on out. >> we're going to get everybody out there. last but not least hoeingies. hoda, do you see a sorority sester in the mix? is there a mary?
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is awe >> by the way, this is mary. y with were college roommates. i can't even believe you're standing here. she just got remarried with a beautiful moment >> in the driveway >> come out. oh, my god i'm so shocked we -- this is crazy. i'm shocked. >> come on over. >> we're never surprised that much on the show this is shocking >> well, they got the real people tony and i can't even talk about anything >> oh, my god. >> wow >> like we're doing a reunion story on the plaza >> vicki, incredible well done. >> able to see all our pals. thank you "today" show
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>> what a great day. nicki, thank you >> jenna's going to show the perfect book for your young readers to start the summer reading list a conversation with the wildly successful -- some of your family's favorite stories. the reunion continues on the plaza but first this is "today" >> on nbc. meet three sisters learning how to spend, save, and budget. all with chase first banking. freedom for kids. ♪ ♪ control for parents. one bank with tools for both. chase. make more of what's yours.
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recovery that was so epic and amazing thank you, guys. we're backong the plaza. jenna, you're launching the jenna jr. for young readers. >> i'm so excited about this and eager to help kids develop a passion for reading. we have a summer reading list, which i think is incredible. we hope kids will love it and more than 25 others.
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she's tapped into the hearts and minds of young readers everywhere i recently caught up with her at our local kids' book store, book of wonder. i'm so thrilled to be sitting across from you. i'm a long-time admirer of your work how do you feel you can observe the world through the eyes of these kids >> i feel like that's part of m job is to show up with my whole self and my whole self is joyfulal, hopeful and broken hearted. i put all of that in there because i remember what it was like as an 8-year-old. >> reporter: children's book author own child hood reads like the start of a grim ferrytale. for years, she endured chronic pneumonia. >> i would be home and sick. so, i learn tad live in books and my imagination >> reporter: with kate's health in mind, the mother moved the family to florida. her father remained behind
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>> my father leaving, that is the heartbreak that i think that's how i can connect to kids that longing is what i tap into. everyone is heartbroken in one way or another and we forget that >> reporter: she spent 10 years combing herself a writer without picking up a pen >> i turned 30 and thought i could literally spend the rest of my life talking about the things i say i want to do and not doing it so i started to write. you want to guess how many rejection letters i got? >> 5. >> 12. >> reporter: the world didn't notice but she persevered. >> 50. >> i remember thinking this is what i'm suppose tad be doing. >> she tacked each rejection on
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her wall >> 473 >> what? >> yeah. >> why would you keep them so you could see them did they motivate you? >> they did. people think this is something i'm supposed to do therefore it should be easy for me you sit down in front of the blank page and it's really hard. a lot of people just get up and don't come back to it. but you have to be patient with yourself and patient with the world. >> reporter: a little book called "because of win dixie e"has been lost in a pile at the publishers when someone happened upon it. you could never expect the success of that book >> no. for a middle grade novel 23froma first-time author. if i was lucky, i would sell 5,000 copies i was in no way prepared for what happened. >> reporter: the first book sold over 11 million copies
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two decades and over 25 books later, many of which have been adopted for are screen and stage, kate's still in awe >> it makes me feel dizzy to think about it the wonder never goes away and never let me take this for granted. >> reporter: so, 43 million books in print you've won two newberries. you ahave movies based on your books. what gives you the most satisfaction >> those letters from kids that's the most exciting thing to connect with readers. i say we have this connection. if we never talk or write me a letter, you can still find me in a book and i can find you in a book and that's the miraculous thing about story telling. >> that's why i feel like i know you. i've seen you in all those books. >> yeah. >> wow >> i'm in love with kate
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you read all those books >> win dixie >> and the nightingale series is on the list. i can recommend a book for all of your kids, even you this is a list, i think kids will gravitate towards kids that read during the summer come to school prepared in september. so, read to your kids, read these backs. >> and you can tell my kids that >> happy to tell them right now. but kate is incredible i'm in love with her i hope you all read with me. join me with read with jenna jr. >> are you going to do book club >> bob stein, otherwise known as r.l. stein, who i have a major crush on we're going to show you all summer long. read with your kids. >> i may have to join the jenna
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