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more expensive and bigger draw. so who could possibly top tom brady? about 22 inches long and 22 pounds. >> i hate this guy. >> punxsutawney phil. here's why i'm saying it. groundhog day is thursday. the hotel web site trivago compared the room rates at the events. the average price of the super bowl stay is $340. tom brady. over in punxsutawney, you pay $450 a night. >> al? >> $110 more. >> don't drive angry. >> do not drive angry. what will he do this year? >> he will is see his shadow. they have 3 million lights. he always sees his shadow. come on. two simple words probably uttered every day. are you using them correctly? this morning, "the new york times" looks at i'm sorry and the right and wrong way to offer an apology. the biggest mistake people make
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when apologizing is? >> qualifying. >> i'm sorry, but here's what happened. it was not my fault. >> i'm sorry you feel that way. all right. saying i'm sorry, but. the best apology is short and don't include an explanation. how often do you apologize to your spouses? >> not enough. >> isn't it a problem when i'm sorry and somebody asks you to explain your behavior. that's when you get in trouble. >> i like it. >> they should let you leave it at i'm sorry. >> i like an explanation. i like to know why you think it was wrong. it matters. >> that's opening it up. >> you want to rub their noses in it. >> suddenly it is an essay question. that's trouble. >> great. okay. >> all right. >> you're a people person, right? except when they do you wrong.
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let me ask you this. which is greater? your desire for human interaction or desire to get a cup of coffee quickly? >> it depends on the day. i think i would rather the human interaction if i had time. i would rather talk to somebody. >> i like the coffee quick. love you, but have to drink coffee. >> i like to be in the house. i don't want anything. >> are you not looking for a great conversation with a barist isn't that correct. >> no. >> a cafe claims to be the first robot cafe in the united states. customers order from the kiosk. the robot gets to work right away. it makes 120 drinks an hour. the beverage takes less than a minute. the inventor is in talks with big tech companies. would you rather have that thing hand you your coffee? >> i want to see somebody.
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>> unless it looks like rosie from the jetsons. >> you had a crush on rosie? >> oh, yeah. >> weird. when you were a kid, did you love a good slip and slide? you slide off. guys in australia have made the summer staple better. they introduced a spinning slip and slide. >> genius. >> how do you get off? >> you let it go. >> boom. >> oh, that is fun. >> i tell you what, the slip and slide ruins your lawn. it ruins the lawn. that is a killer. that's fun. >> that's fun until it isn't. >> exactly. >> until you let go at the wrong time. >> carson. >> out in the street. >> depends where the trees are, too. >> carson, take it away. >> popstart. we are talking about movies. ben affleck. he was set to star and direct and produce "the batman" movie.
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now ben is stepping down at director. he says performing this role needs to give the best performance they can be. i cannot do what is required. now the search is on for a new director. next, "titanic." people talking about the ending. spoiler alert. it is a piece of wooden debris from the "titanic" for rose to survive, but jack freezes. people saying there was room on the driftwood for jack. she could have saved jack. >> a couple of people. >> the team on discovery channel looked. they agreed. now james cameron is responding. he says there are funguys, but they are full of -- you can fill in the blank. >> debris. >> right. >> finally our first look at one of the year's most anticipated movies.
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remake of the comedy "ocean's 8" all female cast. the first picture from left to right. sandra bullock and anne hathaway. that's the popstart. >> you have something? >> you know when you buy groceries? >> just a pause. >> you need a separation. >> something new coming through. super bowl commercial kickoff. today from a company that used to showcase horses and puppies. budweiser going in a different direction celebrating the american dream. have a look. >> you don't look like you're from around here. >> i'm -- >> welcome to america.
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>> you're not wanted here. go back home. >> abandon ship! >> welcome to st. louis, son. >> thank you. >> the next time, this is the beer we drink. >> anheuser-busch. >> wow. >> timely. >> budweiser using the super bowl commercial to tell the story of the co-founder. more of the commercials all week long. >> did not see that coming. let's get a check of the weather from mr. roker. >> announcer: today's weather is brought to you by zales.
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celebrate your lasting love with gifts from zales. the diamond store. >> well, chilly for our friends in central and northern florida. clear skies and light wind. frost advisories. possible threat to the outdoor plants. look at temperatures. orlando, 41. gainesvil gainesville, 35 degrees. we have milder weather today. that will change over the next several days. temperatures anywhere from 22 degrees above average in oklahoma city to pittsburgh at 40 degrees. 8 degrees above average. wednesday, charlotte, tallahassee, memphis, all above average. traverse city, michigan, 17 on thursday. temperatures in the mid-30s in st. louis. d.c. starts off 35 on thursday. get ready to enjoy one more
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day of dry weather conditions if you're just now waking up. going to notice it is still a little bit chilly out there. peninsula, 48 degrees now. trivalley, 33. south bay, some hazy skies all across the bay area. san francisco right now at 46 degrees. north bay, still at a cold 33 degrees. we'll be climbing into those 60s. quick check of the highs today. 60 for san francisco. >> that's your latest weather. don't forget take today with you in your car. >> we reached tend of january. you know what that means we are wrapg up our start today live to 100 series all month long with the help of their coaches hoda, jenna and craig have been working on their diets, their fitness and their mental health but going in they knew it would not be easy. >> our teams all lined up here.
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>> do you not look happy? >> no i'm excited. this is great. >> i actually have a new slogan for 2017. moderation, y'all. >> can i say it with you. >> moderation, y'all. >> you don't say y'all the way that you're supposed to. >> every time you are about to just mind leslie pop something in your mouth, put it in the bag. >> that's nasty. >> the equivalent of 8 fast food cheeseburgers. >> i could have had that. >> you cook it once, you eat it twice. >> cook it once, eat it twice. >> but not in the same sitting. >> we're going to be able to like get you into shape like that. >> it's a little hot in here. >> it is hot. >> is it? or is it us? >> there you go. >> where did you get those
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pants. >> i hurt in places i didn't even know existed. >> who is in charge of getting hoda's mind right? >> i tried a number of times. >> at exactly 9:51, jenna bush-hager killed twitter and instagram from her phone. >> your mind needs somebody in charge. >> i'm feeling better already. >> i would say at this stage he is winning. >> what are you talking about? >> no. >> thank you. >> he's team craig. >> we'll get to him. >> so the gang is all here guys you look great. was this easier or harder than you thought? >> it's harder for me than i
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expected because i'm not so disciplined in all of this. >> let's be honest. do we always stick to the diet plan? >> not always. >> let's start with diet. raise your hand if you cheated during the month? >> see. craig. >> that was the only thing i didn't cheat with. >> let's start. hoda you gave yourself a grade on diet of b minus. you were on that mediterranean diet. why a b minus. >> i cheated a little bit but the thing that i did that i liked was she taught me about the importance of breakfast so i had the breakfast just about every day. so that's why. >> on to diet with craig, you gave up a lot. you gave yourself an a. aren't you special? all right. why did you say a. >> alcohol? >> not one ioda of meat. >> was it easy?
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>> yeah i found that especially after the third or fourth day there's so many alternatives to meat out there. sost so many companies doing extraordinary things i really didn't miss it. i didn't have a drink for three weeks. >> that's good. when it comes to diet you gave yourself a b minus as well. >> i was honest. frankly i am a b student. i always have been and i always will be. i had a couple of moments of failure. there was some cheese in front of me and i just could not say no. >> that's the thing. >> so let's go to fitness here. hoda you gave yourself a b, what were your goals. >> i wanted to be consistent and i wanted to get better arms. the first week was hard and if you can make it through the first week of anything you're better and look can i just show you because they're still not great. >> no. they're good. >> they're really good. >> so something happened. >> craig, you gave yourself a b in fitness. did you ever skip a workout and tell people you actually did it?
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>> i did not. i didn't do that. i didn't cheat, i didn't lie. >> you did have a little injury. has this changed your outlook on fitness. >> absolutely. >> okay. look, you're gaining. >> b plus. >> fitness was the best part for me. i loved working out and i gained two pounds in muscle. i did this little measurement thing. i'm stronger and i feel better which is key. >> let's go back now. mindfulness you gave yourself a b plus. we're clearly grading on a curve here. >> you know in fact the other day in the drawer i found three old work i.d. that i had lost at her place. she told me to put everything in a pouch and make sure that i put it back in. that small thing transformed how
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i am. >> you went into meditation. >> i did. >> and it was probably the most helpful thing i did. >> yeah. every day i would start with just some quite. >> you gave yourself a b. >> a b again. getting rid of distracting apps and just looking at them twice a day has made me a happier person. >> all right. team come on in. by the way you all look great. you do. >> 10 pounds, 1.5 inches. >> congratulations. >> good job craig, you won. >> no, i did not. >> you did. >> you had a lot of people following along with you all month long. we want to reward the people at home doing just that for team hoda it's aimee from new york. >> she's on a little graphic here. she also uses music to motivate
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her so later today she's going to join you and your trainer for a soul cycle class. fa he even came to enjoy his new vegetarian diet so he's going to come for a workout for bob and craig later on. following along with you and she is going to workout with you and your trainer. you'll receive a nutrition package from our dear friend joy bauer. congratulations to our team. >> congratulations to all of them. >> by the way, still. >> you get your stake and your get your chips. >> you don't need a chip. >> i'm with you.
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guys well done. carson. >> guys coming up we're cooking up some sweet and savory super bowli'm ... ==topvo== califora lawmake today aretakin. a very good morning to you. 8:26. i'm laura garcia-cannon. california lawmakers are taking first step in what may lead to a unified sanctuary policy. border to border. state senators are debating the same policy that already exists in cities like san francisco and oakland. the new legislation would ban local law enforcement from cooperating with federal immigration authorities. if it passes, california would have three months to craft a working plan. california sanctuary cities are now at risk of losing hundreds of millions of dollars in federal funding for defying immigration laws. let's check the morning commute with mike. things are rolling on this tuesday. >> couple of crashes, traffic tuesday. so more traffic. slow in the south bay now. we're seeing a slower drive in the northbound routes, southbound 880, montague, word
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of a crash. five vehicles involved. a lot of slowing until you pass montague. closer to 280. looking at 92 westbound, crash, right lane, that's an issue. anywhere from 880 to the san mateo bridge is slower. if you have a choice, use the dumbarton braim bridge or bay b. back to you. >> thank you very much, mike. another local news update in half an hour. [ alarm clock beeping ]
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>> back now 8:30 on a tuesday, the 31st day of january, 2017. look we have triplets. >> triplets. >> here in our audience. >> what? >> the lewis family in new york. >> doesn't happen every day. >> great to have you guys here. >> coming up we are very excited about february and we're not waiting until tomorrow. she's here with the best things to buy attend of the month. >> then we're going to begin 50 shades darker with oscar winner. >> and then what happens when you take a bunch of delicious
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treats. and we're going to make you the super star of your super bowl party. i cannot wait for this one. maple brown butter bacon popcorn. >> it's got your name on it. >> it has everything you love. >> before that how about a check of the weather. >> i can't. i'm thinking about popcorn. let's show you what we have. oh, yeah. starting with today unseasonably mild weather through the gulf coast. clipper bringing some snow from the great lakes into the northeast. heavier snow through the western plains and for tomorrow the mild weather continues into the southeast. next storm comes on shore into the pacific northwest and super bowl li, we have a big super bowl kick off for you. 11 alive atlanta, 7:00 a.m., 43 degrees, mostly cloudy come on out. i'll be in boston with our friends at nbc boston, 7:00 a.m., 21 degrees, sunny and cold. hoda working the crowd,
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good morning. here is a live look over mount diablo. 34 degrees now. we're seeing a little cloud cover. we're expecting to stay dry for the majority of the day until that storm system makes its arriv arrival, rain chances tomorrow. right now in san francisco, 44 degrees, oakland area, hazy skies and chilly start at 43. have no fear. warming up into the 60s. quick check of the next seven days, rain and wind arrives tomorrow. >> get that weather any time you need it check out our friends at the weather channel on cable. since hoda is out here i guess i'm going to throw to matt. >> good choice with a few holidays coming up in february. there's also some great opportunities to save serious money. lifestyle expert is our today.com contributor. she has got the great information on what you should buy during the next month.
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nice to see you good morning. >> good morning. >> the first one surprised me. february is a great month to buy a house, why? >> so january and february are great prices because nationally the prices go down about 12.9%. the reason for this, low demand. people are busy with the school season and the weather is cold and volume is lower as well. sales volume is 44% lower in february than it would be in july according to realtor.com. >> get out there and look for a new home. if you're at the grocery store, everybody looks for bargains it is national canned food month. >> that's right. this is an actual -- the good news is canned foods last forever. you'll notice your favorite fruits and vegetables and soups go on sale so stock up now. >> i mention a couple of holidays in the next couple of weeks. we have valentine's day on february 14th. what's the great deal this month for people wanting to celebrate? >> if you're look for some bling for someone special we're seeing good savings.
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so for example blue nile.com you can get up to 25% off of diamonds or select pearls or gold jewelry and at places like macy's you can save up to $600 on select earrings or 30% off store wide at kay jewelers. we also have good deals on flowers. pro flowers.com. you can get a dozen of the roses plus a box of chocolates for 40% off. >> what's with the drinks. >> they're for caribbean vacations and cruises. >> if you want to take that special someone off on a great trip it's not too late to get a good deal. >> it's not. if you're a cruiser you can do a viking river cruise and also has some great on board amenties that are discounted right now or free. >> okay this looks like a left over from our last segment on fitness. why is it a good month to buy things like this? >> it's president's day this month it will be president's day so we're going to see great discounts on exercise equipment.
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up to $550 on select ellipticals on places like sears or if you like more low resistance stuff they have up to 20% off of pilates stuff and yoga mats and foam rollers. >> things for the house, good month to buy those as well. >> up to 15% off of bedroom furniture. this is from pier one imports. up to 30% off of dining room furniture as well. >> housewares. a lot of people go shopping for housewares. february is also a great month. >> so at places like jcpenney we're seeing up to 40% off of things like these great bowls and cake stands. up to 10% off of housewares like pots and pans and these vacuums are up to $150 off at lows.
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>> if someone gives you that for valentine's day it's over. >> exactly right. how about canned food. >> for bedding we're seeing sales of up to 60% off on mattresses at places like sears and if you are a fan of the tempurpedic they are on sale up to $500 off on places like the mattress firm. >> what great information. february can really be a great month to save money. you can check online on our website we have more information so up next, working on the 50 shades movies has changed her every day perspective. she'll tell us why b
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i did everything i could to make her party perfect.
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oscar and tony winner marscha gay harden plays christian grey's adopted mother. >> everybody is look at us. >> not us, you. >> christian, i'm so glad you made it. >> mother. >> mother so formal honestly. >> hi. >> how are you doing? >> these things are beautiful and they are mysterious but they're a pain. but you look spectacular. >> thank you. so do you. this dress is so beautiful. >> thank you. i'm so glad you're back with christian. he was lost without you. >> can i have my date back please. >> by all means. >> marcia, marcia, marcia. >> good morning. >> how are you? >> i'm great. >> matt was teasing it saying this movie has changed your perspective. in what way? >> you know, i'm a mom. i've got three kids. my mornings and my days are
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about getting the kids to school, go to work, make sure they have lunches. suddenly i go to the vancouver airport and there's just statues and beautiful statues and airport art and you're like they're so sensual. look at the round curves of that one and a hard lines of that one it's a man and a woman. and now i'm on the street and i'm like oh, hello. my kids are like mom what's wrong with you. i'm like nothing is wrong with me. >> your kids are teenagers right? >> well, they're 12 and then i have an 18-year-old. >> are they horrified? excited? how do they feel about you in this movie? >> well, your language really slows down when you try to explain the movie to them and you start mumbling. that's what they normally do but now i'm doing it. well, it's a movie -- and the character likes -- and they're like what? mom? did you say spanked. and you're like never mind, never mind. >> so you play christian grey's
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mother. >> mother right. >> and he had a troubled childhood is a fairway to say it. tell us about your character. >> but you know what was interesting for me is that because the movie is about what it's about an erotic fantasy but it's really a romance and a romantic fantasy. my character is very important because she's the mom. she's nurturing, she adopted him and she's the first-person who is trying to sort of heal him through the powers of love but she doesn't know about this other dark side. she is a mama bear and real protector. there's a scene where she understands what role kim played in his sexual understanding of himself. >> so kim basinger's character abused your -- >> she's abused my son and my character understands it and she lets her know who is boss. >> how does she let her know. >> let me show you. >> so this is a scene. we're going to reenact a scene from 50 shades. >> it's like. >> so you come upon kim who
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you're so angry at. >> and i say stay the hell away from my son and then i say. >> wow. >> look at your hair. >> how. >> and now you're all 50 and i just have to say for the audiences i only did one and she wanted more. she is so 50. she went i want two. >> i asked for two. >> well, so this movie by the way, there's more love story in this one than there was in the last one. >> i think that is what has women all over america and the world actually, i mean, all over the world the fan base is because while it is a story, underneath is the story of love and it's every woman's wildest dream to meet the beautiful specimen of dorian and gorgeous man, billionaire but to change
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the bad boy. that's what we all want to do is change the bad boy and she does sort of through the power of love. >> we had e.l. james on earlier and she was talking about how that was an important part of it and also the part of it that had to do with more of a thriller part of this movie. >> different components. >> you can look into it on so many levels and you can say that's what the character does is say no. >> hit me. >> you are ready. >> you're mad at me. >> take that. take that. and now kiss me. that is 50. >> marcia gay harden, thank you. she will be back again with kathie lee and myself and we're going to talk about that. coming up, we are -- oh by the way 50 shades darker opens on february 10th.
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i'm all confused. killer combinations sweet and savory treats for your super bowl party. but first thi
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it is all about the super bowl. you cannot enjoy the game without easy crowd pleasing recipes. good morning. >> good morning. when we think of the super bowl we often think of wings and ribs. >> all that stuff. >> but we need room for our sweets. >> got to have the treats. >> you like the combo of sweet and savory. >> i love that. it really gives it so much intensity with the flavor. all of those flavor buds and it's fantastic. >> what are we making first? >> first we're going to start with killer brownies that got a
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twist with some pretzels and caramel. >> all right. so we have all the typical ingredients here that you find in your brownies but they're super fudgey. here i have butter already melted and i'm going to add in sugar and you can take the whisk. i'm going to put you on whisk duty here. i'm going to add it in here. i got a little brown sugar there and then i've got some coco powder here and also some salt because you have to add a little salt to your sweet and we're going to continue to mix that until that gets super smooth here doing a fantastic job and i have this over heat but i want to turn this down when i add in my eggs because we don't want them scrambled. you want scrambled eggs for breakfast but you don't want them in your brownies. whisk those in quickly. look how smooth that's starting to get. you need a little vanilla for a little flavor. it's coming together and then we're going to take it off the heat and we're going to add in
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some nflour and this is pretty much it. >> that's it? >> how much of a difference is it if you're going to get a box and dump it in. >> it's not that bad. i love the homemade stuff. you can get the kids to help and everyone to pitch in. here's our finished brownie mix. i actually have this lined with parchment because it's easy clean up and it's also easy to get the brownies out when you're finished. >> that is thick. >> very fudgey. >> you want to spread this out and make sure that it bakes evenly. it comes out and half of that goes in and you bake that and we'll add in our caramel to the top half right here. >> you dump all of that in. >> you dump it all in. >> then you add the rest. >> i see. >> right on top. this is the good stuff and then once you get this on you're going to take ais skewer and swl
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it through. >> you're going to add some of these and pretzels and it will come out perfect just like this. >> let's check downstairs. >> that is a winner. >> yes. >> it's a tad rich but it's really good. >> it's rich. it's super bowl ready. >> but al, this is what you're waiting for. >> what is this called again? >> this is maple butter bacon popcorn. >> all right. >> this is where you got your sweet and your salty. we're going to bake the bacon in the oven and save the bacon drippings. >> why not fry it. >> in the oven it bakes evenly and comes out perfectly crispy all the way through. >> we're going to take butter and brown it because this gives it such an amazing intense flavor you will not believe. >> how much butter? a stick. >> we're talking about a stick. yeah, you're going to smell this really nutty flavor and see all the brown spots that's when it's
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perfectly brown and then we'll add in some maple. >> stop it. >> oh, yeah. and then add in the bacon drippings from earlier. >> you put the drippings in there. >> you got to put them in there baby. >> wow. >> you put that salt in and then some of our bacon goes in and then you're going to whisk that together and then this is the good part. we poor it right over our popcorn and you can buy store bought, microwave, whatever you want. >> skinny if you want. >> this is good stuff right here. this is my recipe. >> what do you think here? matt, al, what do you think? >> need more bacon. >> it needs more bacon. >> it's here. >> thank you so much. >> thank you so much. >> for all of these recipes check out today.com/food. we're back in a moment but first this is "today" on nbc.
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and then what kind of chips? >> good old fashioned like potato chip. >> what about a frito, like a
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scoop? >> good onion dip. lays. >> can't stop it. i. >> a great place makes a great local dip. and they make a bacon horseradish dip. >> do you know what else is good? some jelly. some smuckers jelly. smear that on there. >> yeah. >> you know who likes that? edith, she is 100 and loves to cook southern food and bake peach cobbler. i love you. frank also 100 years old. if he's not in the garden he's going to be making homemade beer. happy 100th birthday. suzanna thompson, a proud grandma, she has 29 grand kids, 54 great grand kids. >> wow. >> louis king celebrating 103
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years. she still enjoys making dresses for her daughters to wear. glenn robertson, 100 years old. he is a world war ii vet from westlake ohio. we salute you for your service. the secret to longevity is working hard. >> happy 100th birthday. she mowed the lawn until 83. well, you can tell us about somebody special you know at today.com/celebrate. >> late entry to the super bowl snack, pigs in a blanket with spicy brown mustard. >> that wins. >> you get all the fancy foods in the world. bring out pigs in a blanket, it's on. >> that's good stuff. >> we have harry conick jr. that's going to sing for us. colleges that pay you back. tamron will be joining the cast of chicago on broadway.
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==live== coliseum -k at t oakland good tuesday morning. 8:56. i'm sam brock. live look outside now. little bit of haziness over the oakland coliseum. it is still home of the raiders. the situation for how long is also hazy. new details indicating the teens moved to vegas. could be hitting to snag. the latest is espn is reporting
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a potential underwriter, the investment banker goldman sachs is rethinking the involvement in the deal. davis needs to gather about $650 million to fund a new stadium, that was addleson's share. 22 nfl owners still need to approve the move. happening now, bob redell is monitoring the developments and potential fallout, report for the midday newscast. a link on our home page. california takes up the sanctuary cities to the next level as in border to border state sanctuary. on our facebook page, details. we're told to live large, but with princess cruises
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princess cruises. come back new. is the time. apple, harry conick jr., plus mel b., tamron and jazz hands and then arina grande makinger debut all coming up later. >> from nbc news this is today's take live from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza. >> and welcome to a terrific tuesday morning, january 31st, 2017. we have our good buddy mr. harry con conick jr. once again. >> welcome back. >> we haven't seen or heard from you in awhile. did you miss us? >> i missed y'all. >> you have your own show.
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>> but i'm right up the street. >> we love you. >> you know it used to be a dairy barn. >> do know that. >> can you smell it? >> no, but in the lower floors apparently there's no steps. just these sweeping inclines because of the cattle they would have. >> and they also used to bring in the milk into the basement. >> how do you know that? >> i went along with it because i thought he would be more impressed with me. >> it's cool. >> we love you. we're happy to have you back. >> what have you been up to? >> just working hard. working on my show and have great guests on. we have to get you on. we had al on. >> you had al on? >> it was like harry this is your life kind of show. >> i didn't know he was going to be there. it was amazing. >> i'm come on only if he will come back. >> we'll have both of you. >> he's the wind beneath my
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wings. >> wow. >> this is why it doesn't work. i try to be sensitive and then it turns into -- >> there you go. big event last night. >> oh my gosh. last night i hosted with professor of georgetown and our friend susan l. taylor that is editor at large at essence magazine, she dedicated her whole life. there's my outfit that i wore. >> you're missing a sleep. >> everyone on instagram. >> it's fantastic. >> absolutely no problem. >> it's a little like an oragami too. some of the instagram posts. i hate that dress. >> why do you read that stuff? >> because they're my people. >> your people? >> not really but the event in all seriousness. >> i think i talk fast. he makes me sound like i'm talking slow. >> his introduction is like that's my turn? it's for mentoring. we all had mentors in our lives
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and we all mentor so she created this amazing platform for people to volunteer and mentor. it was a huge honor to be there last night. >> you smell like champagne. sorry. >> what do i smell like? >> champagne. >> it's coming from my pores. >> did you have a little last night. >> i interrupted you. >> it was worth it. completely worth it. >> it's usually you smell like bacon. >> that's nice too. russell simmons donated $10,000. >> nice. >> i said to him in the audience i see you in the audience donate something and he donated $10,000. >> that's cool. how is nikki, so al's son is in costa rica and it's his first trip without parents. >> well, out of the country and they're doing a spanish emersion class. we don't get to talk to him but we got a nice e-mail news letter and saw them.
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it's 95 degrees out there and sunny and their classroom is basically the beach. >> how long are they there for? >> the end of this week. >> so you can't talk to them on the phone? >> no. >> they forbid you from talking to your child? >> that's the way it is at sleep away camp. it's an old school sleep away camp. there's no devices. there's no phone calls. >> when i you first moved to new york i couldn't talk to my dad either but that was because i didn't pay my phone bill. >> for some reason i think he probably has a freeman. did you ever go to camp. >> yeah but not sleep away camp. i went to the kind that you would come home attend of the day. >> i went to church camp once. i snuck away and called my dad who was the master sergeant in the army and i said dad you have to come get me and it was church camp and my dad basically swooped. >> oh really? >> was that like vacation bible school? >> yeah but you spent the night. my parents were very
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conservative. i never slept over to anyone's house until i went to college. >> they just felt that wasn't the appropriate thing to do or they wanted to keep you at home. >> yeah, just the safety of home at night. so when i would do sleep overs with friends at midnight my mom and dad were out front and they were like okay let's go. >> is that what happened when you were in chicago. >> i revealed that i have a boyfriend. that's all i'm giving up. >> i'll get the dirt in a commercial. >> we're going to move on. super bowl fever, i'm feeling hot in here. big game is sunday but for us pop culture lovers which is us, big game halftime show you know what it's about, lady gaga. she is sandwiched between these two teams that are confronting each other but in the middle is gaga greatness. we have behind the scenes footage that's released including she may begin the performance on the roof of the
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stadium and she has been planning this performance since she was 4 years old. i think that's pr spin but i'm going to go with it. >> that's impressive either way. >> what is it like? you performed the national anthem at the super bowl in '92. what is that like? >> it's amazing. i don't like to wear ear monitors. >> is that you? >> look at my hair. have toned it down a little bit since then. >> like a baby. >> well, i was. i was very young then. i don't like wearing ear monitors so i actually ear the delay. so i hear myself and when i start listening to myself i start saying oh, that's me and then i start slowing down because i'm delaying myself. >> can we go back to what you look like though. >> that's old school, man. >> i remember jill saying like can you tone your hair down a little bit and i said no. it needs to be like -- >> i had a dollar for every time i've had that comment. >> may i say as cute as you are there, you are -- you have grown
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into an incredibly handsome man. >> i'm going to say this. >> three people that i believe have just with time found the sweet spot, you, jon bon jovi and al roker. i'm like what did you do, how are you so -- >> we hang around with beautiful women all the time. >> your wife is a hottie and his wife is a hottie. so basically my boyfriend will look better 20 years from now. >> yes. here's what i recommend to women is that you go out with somebody that kind of looks like me because we can get better looking. you go out with a really good-looking guy that starts off good-looking they eventually go downhill. >> but you started out good-looking. >> i'm very uncomfortable right now talking about it. i'm sitting next to a true beauty. >> speaking of beauty, beauty and the beast. >> that's why -- i have to learn
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from the master. >> new trailer is out and it features ariana grande and john legend singing the iconic title song. >> have you really read every one of these books? >> no, some of them are in greek. ♪ true as it can be ♪ barely even friends ♪ then somebody bends unexpectedly ♪ ♪ certain as the sun ♪ rising in the east ♪ tale as old as time ♪ song as old as rhyme ♪ beauty and the beast >> i'm in love. >> this movie is going to blow the doors off of everything when it comes out.
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i mean, who doesn't want to see this movie? >> everybody does. >> come on. >> well, chrissy teigen teased us about the song. she posted just got to listen to the full beauty and the beast and it is unbelievably beautiful. you have been blessed. that is amazing. >> it sounds good. >> i can't wait. it's a disney movie. we'll never get the stars but it's still going to be fantastic. >> inside joke. coming up -- >> but if anybody, josh gad, if you want to come on our show, please come on our show. the celebrities who showed up the celebrities who showed up for his bash after this where does it come from? was it my refusal to accept that an nfl official was a man's job? was it to show my daughter that she can be anything that she wants to be? if i don't believe in myself who will? it does start on the inside.
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>> that's impressive. >> that's what they do. >> best producing team in the world. >> unbelievable. our amazing co-host harry connick jr., star of stage, film and daytime television. >> i love it. >> we cheese before the break. guess who is turning 50 years old? adam sandler. >> oh, wow. >> the man child of all man childs. he posted this on david spade's instagram account. they celebrated his birthday. spade, ben stiller, his friends this past weekend in utah. that looks like the ultimate guy's trip. hang over part 4. >> our producers seem surprised that he's 50. >> he has that boyish thing and his movies are all like man child movies. >> seems like he has been doing movies since 1947 so i'm not really surprised. >> that's the adam sandler. so we're going to go through. >> he's 29 there. >> was he? >> how do you know that? >> my producer.
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>> al and deborah get into an argument and in his ear adam says she's always right. >> adam is the best. >> okay. guess which celebrity is over or under 50. you can play with us at home. we can hear you by the way in our ear from home so say it outloud. julia roberts over or under. >> i think she's under. >> smart man. >> not by much but i think she's under. >> how old is she? >> she turns 50 this year. >> that's under 50. david schwimmer. >> over, under. >> what say you, audience? you said under. what do you think? he's 50. >> so that's not over or under. that's at. >> ross is 50. >> it's a trick question. >> celine deon.
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>> under. >> over. >> no, she's younger than i am. >> how old are you? >> 49. >> sorry celine. i just know your voice is timeless. that's all. jamie foxx. >> under. >> i think under. >> i'm 46. i think he's about my age. >> turns 50 this year. >> he's 52. not 52, but 50 too. viola davis. >> listen she is gorgeous at any age but i'm going to say over. >> under by 20 years. >> she is 51. >> 51. there's a scientific explanation for this. black don't crack. >> he can say that, i can't. >> i'm 78. >> i'm 199. so you said you were -- >> 49. >> what are you going to do for your big 50. >> just hang out. as long as i'm with people that i love i'm good. >> i like that. >> is part of your youthful appearance working out. >> i workout every day. >> what. >> i haven't missed a day in 7 years. not one day.
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>> you workout 7 day -- >> wow, okay. >> all right. >> you workout 7 days a week. >> 7 days a week. i haven't missed a day since june 10th, 2010. >> that's crazy. you're a big spinner. you like to spin. >> i have spun a little bit in the past. >> that's your gym costume. >> gym costume. >> these women are from a place called vibe ride in atlanta and they opened up a gym to people of low incomes. they're incredible. they're amazing. >> what are they called? >> vibe ride. >> shout out vibe ride. >> that was incredible. >> how do you stay so disciplined to do it 7 days a week. >> i just made a commitment to myself to do it and i'm not going to break it at this point. >> were you motivated i have children i have to live longer. >> he told me he had been working out for like seven years and i said i'm going to see how long i can go and i've kept it up. >> you have a workout regime. >> i started rowing. this place city row.
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i actually do. >> that looks like you enjoy it. >> is that pre or post row. >> i did this thing called the fitting room i went to this class on sunday before church and i hobbled into church. this is the class. >> that's rough. >> that doesn't look like you. >> that's me. i did this class for 45 minutes. that's stephanie gosk. the most painful thing i have ever experienced. >> i mix it up. i mix it up. >> let us know what you do. how do you stay motivated? >> workout with don. let's show you what's going on as far as your weather is concerned. you can see we have snow coming across the great lakes and it's going to make its way here into the northeast already seeing snow flakes in the new york area and eventually gets into boston. the evening commute is going to be a bit of a mess. in fact we have anywhere from 6 to 8 inches of snow or more. western pa where phil will be look for his shadow later this
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week and we're looking for anywhere from 2 to 4 inches of snow you may be seeing some haze as you make your way outdoors. we're seeing temps in the 40s right now. peninsula 48, south bay 46, trivalley warming up to 37 right now. north bay, 38 degrees. san francisco still looking hazy out there. 47 degrees. today will be our last day of dry conditions before the next several days. we see rain moving in tomorrow night sticking around through the weekend. >> now do you mix it up? >> i swing kettle bells sometimes. i do high intensity interval training. >> i'm going to try to workout three days in a row. >> if i looked like you i'd take a couple of weeks off at a time.
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to do it with something worth the calories. brandy maloy has desserts and good morning. if you're going to cheat you got to make it worth it. >> i'm going to start with a fun fetti cookie cake. we're going to add it and cream that together and while you're doing that i'm going to add our ingredients. so this is like a nostalgic desse dessert. the rainbow sprinkles. what about the trend again. >> i think social media made this huge and it's all about the sprinkles so we're just going to keep mixing that until you have a nice dough and then we will add our sprinkles and white chocolate chips.
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i keep sprinkles in my refrigerator. >> you mix up the dough and you'll bake it at 350 and make sure that it's chewy and you'll frost the top and end up with this and this is perfect for like birthdays or big celebrations, fun fetti cookie cake and enjoy that. this is blondeie french fries and i made my blondie like this and you cut it into squares and then little french fries. this is blondie french fry with strawberry ketchup. cook down your sugar and strawberries and a little bit of water until it's nice and mushy and you'll end up with strawberry ketchup. this was inspired by a address
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key sarah michelle gellar taught me. she makes brownie french fries with raspberry sauce. we started with an oreo crust and then we just filled it with chocolate. harry you're going to help me over here. >> then you're going to pop the marshmallows on top. this is the layers. pop it into the broiler and let it get nice and toasted. if you really want to go for it, you're breaking resolutions. >> you have to go for it. >> whatever. >> then you just add s'mores on top of s'mores. >> fantastic. this is the dessert. >> you are a dangerous woman. >> that's dangerous. >> for those recipes go to today.com/food. coming up tamron as you have coming up tamron as you have never
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==topvo== taking the first step .. in good morning. at 9:26 on your tuesday. california lawmakers today are taking the very first step in what may lead to a unified sanctuary state policy border to border across california. state senators are debating the same kind of policy that already exists in big cities like san francisco and oakland. the new legislation would ban local law enforcement were cooperating with federal immigration authorities. if it passes california would have three months to craft a working plan. california sanctuary cities are now at risk of losing hundreds of millions of dollars in federal funding for defying
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president trump's executive order that reshaped immigration law. they are set to file a lawsuit against the trump administration on behalf of san francisco this morning. a live look at the oakland cole see yum. still home of the raiders. but for how long? the team's move to vegas may be hitting a snag. addleson confirmed he is backing out of the stadium partnership with the raiders president and owner marc davis. now espn is reporting goldman sachs is rethinking its involvement in the deal and this morning it was confirmed that goodell wiconfirmed goldman sac will be involved only if addleson comes back in. well, we would like it to feel more like spring around here. here's a look at our weather forecast, right after this.
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good morning. it is hazy out there. a live look right now outer sunset san francisco using our weather underground sky cams. 47 degrees right now. we will be climbing into the sixty. here's a check of your day planner. at 1:00 we should be at 63 degrees. by 5:00 those temperatures begin to drop into the 50s. >> it's your tuesday commute. a crash at 280 on the 85 looks like it has cleared. still slow through cupertino and a smooth drive across the san mateo bridge.
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playing roxy heart in one of the longest running shows, chicago and tamron got a little bit more than a sneak peak. >> and mel b. is phenomenal in this. it was from a one night only stand for me and i do mean my first one night stand. >> the hit broadway musical chicago has welcomed the talented mel b. in the lead role of roxy hart. and for one night only i was also joining the cast. first stop, getting the feel for
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my lines. >> hi. >> how are you? >> welcome. >> thank you. >> my lifeline, stage manager, showed me the ropes. >> why don't you take a couple of passes. >> welcome ladies and gentlemen you're about to -- >> after a very brief rehearsal it was time for a wardrobe fitting and the outfit took me a little by surprise. >> i think you'll like it. >> oh, you mean the jacket behind this. >> is this my size? >> i think so. we'll find out very shortly. >> what do you think? >> after that i needed a little mel b. time to calm my nerves. >> is roxy here. >> hi. >> the last time i saw you were in rehearsal and about to make your big debut and now 20 shows in, how does it feel? >> nerve racking still. >> come on. sold out stadiums around the
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world. >> but that has always been my friends. are you nervous about tonight? >> of course i am. >> you are setting the tone. you're opening the show up. >> why are you trying to make me nervous. >> be fabulous and sarcastic, powerful. >> you're going to take me on stage. >> yes. >> this is your home now. >> well, this is the stage. >> but you own it. this is your home. >> now you're making me nervous. >> and if i wasn't already nervous enough mel b. insisted i try one of the most difficult things she does in the show. >> so it's all the way up here and you see a white mark. this is where i stop and when you get up here you can see i wrote a note to myself that says breathe, girl power, you can do this and then my first song i do like this. >> is this regulated? >> all regulated. >> don't get behind me your star
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might be lost. >> now you have to put your leg up and look some what descent. >> no, please take me back. take me back and thank you. >> i'm going to rehearse so you leave. i can't rehearse in front of you. >> you're going to be great. >> bye. >> just make sure you project. >> oh my god. okay. let's hit it. >> then it was show time. >> come on. you look incredible. >> look at that. oh my gosh. >> i'm going to give her places. >> welcome ladies and gentlemen, you're about to see a story of murder, greed, corruption, violence, exploitation, adultery and treachery. all those things we hold near and dear to our hearts.
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thank you. ♪ >> okay. >> wow, nothing like getting a little behind in your work. >> okay. were you nervous for real? >> you were nervous. >> you were fine. >> there was a sold out audience. i was super nervous. i honestly had no idea that was going to be my outfit. >> here's the ovation miss hall got from the rest of the cast as she walked backstage. >> i was super duper nervous but the audience was so wonderful. they didn't know i was going to
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>> keke palmer is an accomplished actress and last year she starred in grease live. >> she also made broadway history by becoming the youngest and first black cinderella in an adaptation of the tony winning musical and if that's not enough she currently stars on fox's hit
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show scream queens. >> is it like she doesn't do enough she can add author to her resume with her new book i don't belong to you. >> good morning. wonderful to see y'alls faces. >> in 23 you packed a lot of living into a wonderful life. why did you decide to write a book now. you say it's not a memoir. >> it's not a memoir and not so much like i know everything. it's to say look this is what i have realized on the course of my journey and the main thing i realized was believe in myself and changing the way that i think. if i can assist anyone in anything it would be to say, yo, it's not as hard as we think in the sense that it's about what you've got going on up here. >> you talk openly about anxiety. this has not been an easy journey at your young age and all of the other outside influences. >> i may have the backdrop of
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hollywood industry but everybody is living that same life. our personal story lines and cultural story lines and get to the root of who it is we want to be in this world. that's what the book is about. us all finding our way. >> you talk a lot about your family in the book. do you think they were behind the idea of you being so open. >> yes. absolutely. since i was a kid my father was always involved in community service and when my parents got me heavily into the industry they were afraid that i would get so into the hollywood scene so they may it major in my life that i did community service and was involved in other things. i did a lot of work that made me feel inclined to use my platform for more than entertainment. >> so the gag is, the gag is -- >> it's the end of the day. this is what is going on. i always tell people my favorite gag to use is this one, my boyfriend, my ex-boyfriend thinks i want to get back with
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him but the gag is i was never with him. that's my favorite gag. >> i live for her instagram and her twitter. i will go on just to see what she is saying. you engage people and you clap back. >> clapping back is when someone has been mean to you clap back. and she is the best clap back queen ever but your fashion lately. i have noticed a change. >> yes. >> we have known you since you were a baby and now you have evolved into this edgey, you remind me of patti labelle. >> that's a huge thing that i wanted to implemented in my style. my fashion is something i have been working on, i really got conscious of it probably when i was like 21. i want to be more involved in this and i started working with a guy named michael and he helped me to take it to that
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rock star level of the different designers and brands that i've been influenced by. >> you can leave that coat upstairs. >> like the bird man. >> i love that. >> keke palmer, thank you so much. >> thank you. >> dond mind me. i just have to do the weather. >> but the gag is. >> it's going to be our catch phrase from now on. i like it. unseasonably mild through the gulf coast and snow coming across through the northeast heavy snow into the plains. for tomorrow mild weather continues and lake effect snow in new england and the northeast. next storm comes out west and super bowl li we're going to be live in nbc boston on friday and 21 sunny and cold. my pal going to be in atlanta 7:00 a.m., 43, mostly cloudy good morning. here's a live look right now over san francisco. dry conditions will continue through today.
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right now we are still trying to warm up. 48 degrees in san francisco. and here's a quick check of what you can expect for your highs. in oakland, 48 degrees. we will be climbing though into those 60s. here's a check of the hazy conditions right now. 62 degrees, half moon bay expected high. 66 for san jose. 66 for palo alto, and the napa area also staying in the 60s at 61. >> and that is your latest weather. coming up, you want to know which colleges actually pay you back. can help you choose school after this i'm hall of famer, jerry west, and my life is basketball. but that doesn't stop my afib from leaving me at a higher risk of stroke. that'd be devastating. i took warfarin for over 15 years. until i learned more about once-daily xarelto®... a latest-generation blood thinner. then i made the switch. xarelto® significantly lowers the risk of stroke
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low sticker cost and exceptional career and job placement services. >> top five schools in the colleges that pay you back and kind of interesting, princeton university moving up to the number one slot. >> princeton has been on this before, stanford, mit, these are all exceptional schools and also exceptionally hard to get into but once you're in return on these investments are going to be exceptional by way of discounted tuition. >> next up, public colleges that fall under the same criteria. there are 73 public schools out of that 200 colleges that pay you back. number 12, university of virginia, over 20,000 dollars. similar numbers for u.s. santa barbara. >> one of the most gorgeous campuses i have ever seen. >> absolutely true. great college town. >> what about financial aid. tell us about the schools that can help with that. >> number one on this list is
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pomona college. it's an exceptional school. 8,000 students applied last year. 10% of whom were accepted but if you're in $62,000 might be down to 21,000. >> what is the big misconception parents and students make about financial aid. >> there are three big ones. number one my parents make too much money. never true. it's always wrong. there's no gap to receiving financial aid and likely so many of these schools, particularly these 200 are very generous but you have to apply for it to get it. next big one is you have only high school students that have a high gpa and high sat and act score. absolutely not true. those are absolutely value for academic admission and act scores also for scholarships but there's money based on financial aid. >> let's look at the best career placement. >> yeah. now this is a great one.
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georgia tech is number 16 on the list. number one on the list is mit but georgia tech we're going to call this one out because it's a phenomenal school and phenomenally popular. 27,000 students a plied this year. 32% of whom were admitted. it's a state school. $25,800. minus, you don't have to pay back 10,00$10,100. >> this is the public college. >> yes. >> what about the schools with the highest paying majors. >> so many of them but we picked four different majors. bentley university. the city university of new york not far from where we're standing here in manhattan. 15,000 students in their vertical campus but look at the tuition, $6,300. so it's a smoking deal academically and financially. >> marketing. >> this is for finance and then marketing, asu, asu is the largest standing public
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university in the united states. one continuous campus. 57,000 students. great leader in their president. bucknell great school as well. >> thank you very much. if you have more questions we gave you a lot of information about the college admissions process, robert will be sticking around to answer them on facebook live. we know there's a lot of numbers there and a lot of information but he'll help you dissect it. head to facebook.com/today parents. so right now enjoy the discussion. thank you. we'll be back. this is "today" on nbc. ricky
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expected high. we have several changes on the way. wednesday we are expecting those rain chances to make their arrival, sticking around through thursday, friday, and probably the weekend for san francisco and inland areas. mike, how's the traffic. >> better than about an hour ago. things continue to lighten up. even on a tuesday we have that pattern. we'll show you how things are in the south bay for the north bound drive. no problem for this portion of 101. the crash 85 at 280 has cleared. slowing across the dunbar on the bridge. a car fire was a distraction, no problem as you drive past ikea. thank you mike. happening now, opening statements resumed in the trial of the man accused of murdering sierra lamar. we are monitoring the trial and live tweeting to our twitter feed. trial got underway yesterday
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