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bay." thanks so much for joining us. we'll see you back here tomorrow. make it a great day. good morning, breaking news. moments ago, the president holds a surprise news conference from overseas. >> this is the greatest witch-hunt. >> while back home the senate starts his trial, a marathon first day of bitter partisan debate that went into the early hours of the morning. >> a lot of the people are asleep right now all over the country because it's midnight. >> promoted this sharp rebuke from the chief justice. >> those should remember where they are. the first u.s. case of the deadly mystery virus outbreak
leads to new precautions this morning. screenings being expanded at airports. overnight, new cases and deaths reported. florida freeze. parts of the state waking up to the coldest temperatures there in years. while sleet and snow target the midwest today. there's another winter storm right behind it. all that, plus not ready for their close-up. prince harry and meghan markle threatening to sue over the paparazzi pics of their new life in canada. bench clearing brawl. >> no good. this is terrible. >> a wild fight erupts at a college basketball game and spills off the court. and the captain to cooperstown. new york yankees legend derek jeter elected to the baseball hall of fame. >> speechless. >> what made him so beloved. and who's the one person who didn't vote for him? today, wednesday, january 22nd,
2020. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with savannah guthrie and hoda kotb, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hi, good morning, welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning. good to have you with us and if you're watching the impeachment trial, it was a late night for you. if not we'll tell you what happened overnight. just before 2:00 a.m., the first day ended. senators finally approving the rules for the trial and the vote went straight down party lines. >> the marathon opening session lasted nearly 13 hours and saw 11 democratic proposed amendments to subpoena new documents and testimony, despeetdespeet defeated by republicans. >> well, all of that sets the stage for opening arguments from house prosecutors. that's supposed to start this afternoon. we have complete coverage of what happened overnight and what we expect to happen today. we'll start with nbc's peter alexander. good morning. >> reporter: hey, savannah, good morning to you.
if last night was any guide, this is going to be a bitter partisan trial. literally ending just a matter of hours ago. ending at 2:00 in the morning. chief justice roberts saying there was a lack of decorum. for now, the rules are set. republicans largely approving the rules on their terms, blocking democrats' efforts to take the subpoena of witnesses and new testimony, decisions that will be made later. the president addressing it all this morning from overseas, as we prepare for opening arguments to begin with the house democratic prosecutors. overis see oversees at the economic forum in davos, switzerland, the president brushed off what was happening at home. >> it's a total hoax and i have a great respect for the senate as a body. >> the ayes are 53, the nays are 47. the resolution is agreed to. >> reporter: those comments come after hours of contentious
debate, tempers flaring after midnight. >> i'm struck by what we have heard from the president's counsel so far tonight. they complain about process, but they don't contest the serious allegations against the president, and they lie. and lie and lie and lie. >> he's been making false allegations against the president. the only one who should be embarrassed, mr. nadler, is you. >> reporter: chief justice john roberts scolding both sides. >> i think it is appropriate at this point for me to admonish both the house managers and the president's counsel in equal terms to remember that they are addressing the world's greatest deliberative body. >> reporter: at that point, lawmakers were grappling with the trial's ground rules, voting along party lines. the republican controlled senate rejected the calls to allow the subpoena of additional witnesses and new documents. after both sides make their arguments, the issues may come
up for another vote. still under pressure from at least one moderate republican, senate majority leader mitch mcconnell made some last minute handwritten changes allowing each side three days for opening statements instead of two. >> the senate will convene as a court of impeachment. >> reporter: with all 100 senators serving as jurors required to watch in silence. >> all persons are commanded to keep silent on pain of imprisonment. >> reporter: adam schiff said that the president violated oath of office by pressure iing ukra, and while withholding nearly $400 million in military aid, all for his personal political benefit. >> does the commission of the high crimes and misdemeanors require the conviction and removal of the president? we believe that it does. >> reporter: on the charge of obstructing congress, democrats arguing president trump did not stonewall lawmakers to protect the presidency.
he did it, they say, to protect himself. >> president trump's complete and total obstruction makes richard nixon look like a choir boy. >> reporter: the president's lawyers, who were not a part of the house hearings, for the first time, making their case at the capitol. attacking the impeachment process as illegitimate. >> believe me, what has taken place in these proceedings is not to be confused with due process. >> so we could be in for another long one today. walk us through what you expect to happen next. >> reporter: on tap today, the opening arguments scheduled to begin at 1:00 eastern, with the house democratic prosecutors. remember, they get 24 hours to make their case, to be spread out over three dais. however they choose to use that time. the president's defenders will begin making their case this saturday with up to three days and 24 hours of their own. the president saying he'll be watching it. savannah? >> peter alexander leading us off. kasie hunt watched every moment of the trial's opening day and
night and morning. kasie, good morning. i know it was a late one. >> reporter: around the clock indeed, savannah. you know, we can take you inside the chamber to a certain extent. there are rules that prevent photographers from coming into the chambers. to show you behind the scenes moments, we have to turn to sketches from artists who captured some of the moments i was able the see from sitting in the gallery. we caught a couple senators falling asleep notably senator risch of idaho was napping. this is, of course, a very late night for them. mitt romney one of the moderates we're watching taking very careful notes throughout. but some of the president's allies like lindsey graham seemed to get back in the chairs, looked a little bored. there's also the day to day life of trying to get through this i while you are on camera on the senate floor some senators wearing apple watches on the floor there's technically a ban on electronics.
we talked about how they have to put their phones in cubbies. there may be a way around it there was a candy desk no food is technically allowed on the senate floor. but there is one desk, pat toomey of pennsylvania stocks candy if there are people ca eat if they get too tired. also, we didn't spot any glasses of milk on the senate floor, but that's the only drink that is allowed. aside from water it's a quirk of the senate rules. of course, all of this sort of -- all these atmospherics really underscoring the serious moment in time, the fact that they have to be here and we're really watching for these witnesses, this witness vote, kind of big picture. we saw some surprises yesterday and my sources on both sides of the aisle are telling me we could see surprises in the future around the major question of whether we'll hear from people like john bolton. >> long one, and it is just beginning. kasie, thank you so much we'll have the latest from the capitol throughout the morning and nbc news will live coverage
of the opening arguments at 1:00 eastern time craig joins the table. familiar voice in the 2020 election >> good morning to you we're talking about hillary clinton. she is back in the news as the iowa caucuses fast approach. clinton had is only fiery things to say about her 2016 rival and one of the current democratic front-runners, senator bernie sanders. nbc's senior washington correspondent andrea mitchell here in new york with the details on this. what did she say >> good morning. it came in a new documentary set to premiere this weekend at the famed sundance festival and later hulu the director didn't want to relittle gait the 2016 election, but in the film, hillary clinton opens up about her life, her time in public office, that race, offering up harsh criticism both for president trump and for bernie sanders >> reporter: in iowa, the crowded democratic field is thinner, with several candidates serving in their senate role as
impeachment jurors for the others, an opportunity to capitalize on their absence >> you know, you all have the keys to the kingdom here in iowa. >> we're going to make the most of every moment we have on the ground >> reporter: it comes as the party's former nominee hillary clinton is once again in the spotlight. opening up in an upcoming documentary about the 2016 election and the contentious primary process. >> some of your friends destroyed this economy >> you know -- >> excuse me, i'm talking. >> reporter: now as bernie sanders once again seeks the democratic nomination, clinton doesn't hold back saying in the documentary, nobody likes him. nobody wants to work with him. he got nothing done and seeming to blame sanders for failing to curb a culture of sexism among some of his loud egs sloudest supporters telling "the hollywood reporter," it's his online berniebros and their relentles attacks on competitors particularly the women. >> look, secretary clinton is
entitled to, you know, her point of view. with my focus, it is on -- it's on outside of the impeachment trial, doing everything i can to defeat the most dangerous president in modern american history. >> reporter: last year, clinton raised eyebrows when asked if she'd consider running again. saying this to bbc radio >> i, as i say, never, never say never. i will certainly tell you i'm under enormous pressure from many, many people to think about it. >> reporter: still a 2020 bid was not in her plans for his part, sanders is trying to turn the page on clinton's latest comments. >> what do you think the secretary is still talking about in 2016? >> that's a good question. ask her. thanks very much, guys >> okay. >> so there was some criticism as well from some sanders supporters because it seems like she was hedging about whether she would support bernie sanders if he were the 2020 democratic nominee. >> right well, initially, she said that she would not go there so she was kind of hedging leaving it out there and then 12 hours later, she did tweet the number one priority for our country and our world is
retiring trump. as i always have, i will do whatever i can to support our nominee. >> so she said i won't go there yet, not going to endorse anyone yet >> exactly that's raising questions and fears among some democrats are we going to see the democratic party tearing each other apart again and will this only help donald trump >> what's behind this? i mean, just out of curiosity. >> it's hard to say. whenever she's asked a question she seems to feel now that she can be out there and be very honest about it. but this is a political campaign and she's such a major figure it could potentially overshadow the current contenders >> and the documentary was shot i presume months ago, but just coming out now, on the eve of caucuses andrea, thank you. meantime, the cdc is expanding airport screenings for that mystery virus outbreak that started in china this after the first confirmed case here in the united states and overnight china's officials said they're seeing more cases there as the death toll rises to at least nine.
nbc national correspondent miguel almaguer joining us this morning from the airport in seattle. >> reporter: hoda, good morning. this is where the first american case, the passenger exposed through here, perhaps exposing others after arriving from wuhan, china when he got to the u.s., there were no additional screenings at this airport now, it's all changing the male victim in his 30s is in good condition still hospitalized here at providence regional medical center outside seattle health officials say he's being treated for pneumonia like symptoms in isolation after traveling through busy sea-tac airport. the first confirmed american case of the contagious coronavirus. >> i'm definitely concerned about how this virus is spread we need to ask this gentleman a lot more questions to fully understand where he was and who he had contact with when he was in china. >> reporter: when the victim arrived in seattle the infected
american wasn't showing any symptoms and was never screened for the virus, but this morning a change all planes and passengers coming from wuhan now have to land at one of five major u.s. airports. los angeles, chicago, atlanta, san francisco or new york. where heightened screening will be in place. cdc says the extra layer of screening should help. >> right now we think it's very safe for people to fly we have no reason for concern right now about americans traveling abroad. >> reporter: in china, authorities say they're committed to containing the outbreak with emergency measures already under way. including screening on airplanes, at train stations and on city streets. our janis mackey frayer is in wuhan. >> this is a busy city of 11 million people so crowds are a fact of life and people are worried so they're wearing masks and taking whatever precautions they can to stay safe >> reporter: the virus is capable of spreading person to
person this woman says she's afraid to go anywhere without her mask this morning, concerns of a global pandemic are spreading from a virus that's now reached the united states. >> all right so miguel with the first confirmed case here in our country, you mentioned more screenings any extra precautions being taken by officials >> well, they are taking those extra precautions at those five u.s. airports all flights from wuhan have to go through there any passengers will face additional screening and the cdc tells us they expect the number of coronavirus cases to arrive and rise around the world and here at home in the coming days. >> all right, thanks, miguel. lots more this morning including harvey weinstein's rape trial accusations against him lit a fire to the me too movement. now all eyes are on a new york city courtroom to see what his fate turns out to be
nbc's stephanie gosk has the latest on it good morning. >> good morning, the jury is set and the trial against harvey weinstein begins in earnest today. the prosecution and defense making their opening statements. it's the first opportunity jurors have to get a sense of everyone side's case and the trial, they could put the infamous movie producer behind bars for life >> reporter: after a career winning over hundreds of millions of moviegoers around the world, harvey weinstein's fate now lies in the hands of seven men and five women in new york city. >> good morning. >> reporter: he pleaded not guilty to multiple charges including rape, stemming from the allegations of two women his defense team telling the judge on tuesday that they have dozens and dozens of emails showing the two women were involved in a consensual relationship with the movie mogul. >> harvey weinstein's defense attorneys will be arguing that harvey weinstein is the victim, that all of these women who have
accused him of sexual misconduct consented to those sexual encounters to try to advance their careers. >> reporter: while prosecutors will set out to prove a pattern of sexual assault including from the two women who pressed charges, along with four others' testimony. a rape allegation by annabella sciorra is too old to prosecute. but she is expected to take the stand to help distinguish the serious of the charges, predatory sexual assault the trial is expected to last weeks. already there have been demonstrations by some of weinstein's accusers. >> i stand in solidarity with the brave survivors who will take the stand against harvey weinstein in this trial. >> reporter: and a flash mob organized by a feminist group. the 67-year-old has faced scrutiny for using a walker to help get to and from work after he was injured in an august car
accident and required back surgery. responding to reports suggesting his use of the walker was a way to suggest sympathy, weinstein telling the "new york post," this was a major operation in the last two years, more than 80 women accused weinstein of sexual misconduct, from harassment to rape weinstein denied all allegations of nonconsensual sex the fall of a hollywood titan triggered the me too movement. inside the courtroom, it is about just one trial >> no matter what happens in new york, weinstein is looking at another trial in los angeles where he has yet to enter a plea on charges he sexually assaulted two women. proceedings in l.a. won't begin until the trial here wraps up. >> stephanie, keep us posted, thank you. we'll get our first check of the weather. where is mr. roker >> i'm over here it's so cold, how cold is it well, the national weather service in miami last night issued a falling iguana alert. they're cold blooded and once temperatures drop to 40, they
become immobile and drop out of trees. the good news, they're not dead. if you see an iguana on its back, don't cause any problems look, we have windchill, jacksonville, 35 30 in clearwater temperatures will moderate today. good news for the iguanas and everybody else we have the big storm system coming out of the rockies. organized in the plains today. heavy rain in texas. a wintry mix to the north and then thursday, ice and snow in upper midwest. slippery roads, travel delays. friday, icy mix near the great lakes with heavy rain on into the mid-atlantic this continues into saturday so wednesday and thursday, light to moderate snowfall in the upper midwest and heavy rain in the south. then as we move into the weekend heavy rain along the mid-atlantic coast and interior northeast and new england. possibility of heavy snow. that's what's going on we'll get to your local forecast coming up in the next 30 seconds. > good website morning.
i'm meteorologist kari hall. well the road are still wet after late night rain and the clouds overhead. may still mist and drizzle with patchy fog and then today we'll see the sun peaking out. temperatures reaching into the upper 50s and lower 60s today. we'll see nice weather through the end of the week with more sunshine but then by saturday we're seeing more clouds move in and rain late in the answer and scattered shows on sunday. >> geckos have not been harmed
>> all right. al, thank you. prince harry and meghan markle's threat to sue in the wake of those pictures of meghan on a hike with baby archie the latest from vancouver. then turmoil at the grammys as the academies ousted ceo fires back this morning. the explosive allegations she is making days before this year's show but first, this is "today" on
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but the rain is moving out and still seeing clouds as we take a live look outside over the south bay. and we'll get peeks of sunshine in the afternoon. highs reaching the upper 50s and low 60s so shaping up to be a nice day. we'll see more of these days going into the end of the week and if you're making weekend plans to get outside, well sunday will be kind of soggy with some off and on rain. temperatures in the inland reaching the low 60s and we may see some of the rain lingering into early them. week. we head over to mike tracking the roads and the rails. and we have a delay from b.a.r.t. through sfo to san bruno, 10 minute delay with some equipment problem on the tracks. over here a problem on the roadways. south 80 around the fremont truck scales, may have cleared in the last few minutes. seeing speed improvement south from the dumbarton bridge and both bridges showing the volume westbound the typical commute on the peninsula might hit a little fog in palo alto and more reason
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welcome back, everybody. back now, 7:30, it's a wednesday morning. january the 22nd, 2020 with a not so sunny orlando. al talked about the cold out there right now you guys in florida, if you happen to have chosen this moment for your vacation, sorry. it's 35 degrees there. >> wow. >> but al says the warm-up is coming. >> 35 in orlando is like 15. >> i grew up in arizona. i know how this is like. should i get my flannel shorts out, fleece shorts, which shorts should i wear? right to the headlines at 7:30 opening arguments are set to begin today in the impeachment trial of president trump each side will get up to 24 hours spread out over three days to lay out the case. the senate approved rules for
the trial overnight after a contentious marathon debate that ended close to 2:00 a.m. eastern time the republicans rejected demands from democrats to call witnesses though they can revisit that issue later. two major automakers are recalling more than 6 million vehicles due to unrelated air bag issues toyota recalling nearly 3.5 million cars because of an electronic defect can cause the air bags not to deploy in a crash. recall covers late model corollas, matrix, avalons. honda recalling 2.7 million vehicles to replace potentially dangerous takata air bag inflaters. now to the wild brawl in the final seconds of the kansas/kansas state game on tuesday night. the jayhawks had a huge lead they were dribbling out the clock. a wildcats player stole the ball and tried to score that is when this happened >> de sousa blocks it and now the bench is empty just unnecessary
>> yeah. that's not good. >> this is bad >> this is - >> no. no good. oh, this is terrible >> yeah, it was terrible the benches cleared. is tun punched started flying spilled into the seats the coaches, the security guards, all tried to break it up but there were so many players involved it took a while to restore the peace. check out this picture, at one point a kansas player picked up a stool. fortunately someone ripped it out of his hands you can expect severe punishments and suspensions in the coming days. all right, let's move now to a new development tied to prince harry and meghan markle's split from the royal family as they settle into their new life in canada one of the issues behind their decision to leave the uk has quickly resurfaced nbc's joe fryer is in vancouver with more on this one. good morning >> reporter: hoda, good morning. prince harry and meghan markle and baby archie are all back together again here in british
columbia a new country but they say they're still being hounded by the paparazzi. something that's been at a fever pitch since their wedding. now they're threatening legal action as the smiling prince harry steps into his new life in canada, this morning he also has a stern new warning for the paparazzi. after these photos were snapped of his wife meghan walking with his son and dogs on a park in vancouver island he sent a letter to media, threatening legal action, saying the paparazzi made multiple attempts to snap the royals inside their 11,000 square foot mansion here using long range lenses the couple's every movement tracked by paparazzi permanently camped outside the home. their attorneys call these tactics serious safety concerns and a risk to life harry's disdain for the paparazzi began with his mother diana.
the princess famously pursued until the fatal crash. he spoke about it to i-tv. >> every time i see a click or a flash it takes me back. >> reporter: after her death, the uk passed stricter regulations, banning press from pursuing or harassing the royals british royals avoided publishing official photos of harry and william as children. harry blamed the media for his decision to step back as a senior royal. >> when i lost my mom 23 years ago you took me under your wing. you looked out for me for so long, but the media is a powerful force. >> reporter: now meghan's estranged father is criticizing the couple's decision to leave royal life, speaking out in a new documentary. >> they're turning it into a walmart with a crown right now it's ridiculous. they shouldn't be doing this. >> reporter: harry and meghan who came here for a life out of the royal spotlight are facing
just as much media glare as ever and a news conference tuesday, canada's prime minister justin trudeau said there's no agreement with the uk on who is covering costs for the couple's security detail. canadian officials say, so far, they're not providing any security for harry and meghan. back to you guys >> all right, joe, thank you we are joined now by royal commentator victoria arbiter good morning you always answer our burning questions. i think it's interesting because obviously the press is one of the reasons that meghan and harry decided to leave the uk. but i mean, there is a very healthy paparazzi industry around the globe surely, they knew that, look a how celebrities in los angeles or various places get followed do you think they didn't anticipate this? >> i think they definitely expected it but perhaps they were naive in thinking how voracious the appetite would be. harry and meghan have been victims of a negative press. that was a huge part of their
decision to leave. they haven't dealt with the paparazzi on this level. because in england, post diana, very strict rules were put into place in an effort to control the paparazzi. there's been an agreement between the palace and the paparazzi that private life is off limits of course some of the pictures slipped through but they haven't had people camping outside their house. they have had the odd run-in in central london but no people hiding in bushes or stalking them in the car. >> so the answer is a strongly worded letter, basically saying, please stay away from us well, isn't the press sort of allowed to take pictures if you're out in public how much is that letter going to deter the photographers and stuff? >> well, it will deter perhaps the british newspapers because that's the only jurisdiction harry and meghan have at this point. how do you begin to regulate potentially foreign photographers selling pictures to a foreign press you can't regulate the whole world, nor members of the public with a camera phone. that'll be the other issue i think this letter was sent because it's harry's warning shot
just reminding everybody if you cross this line i will come after you. because for harry -- this is why people have missed this little bit. harry doesn't distinguish. there isn't legitimate media, legitimate photographers, paparazzi photographers. it is all the same thing, and all is toxic to him. >> what is it about this particular photo, these particular photos, that triggered the fact of legal action >> the fact that archie is in there. this would have immediately reminded harry of his childhood. because anyone who was around witnessing diana saw the scrum of photographers that was constantly chasing her harry witnessed that, as well. the minute his wife and child are in the fray, he's going to be like a papa bear with a sore head >> what? >> papa bear with what >> angry. >> sore head >> oh, i thought it was an englishism i like that, that's why you're here
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>> gabe gutierrez is here for us on this one. >> renewing questions about diversity at the grammys deborah dugan, who was recently placed on leave following a misconduct violation, has filed a discrimination complaint, accusing the organization of corruption >> my goodness the grammy goes to - >> reporter: just days before the grammys -- the recording academy's ousted chief executive is fighting back deborah dugan has been hired to address gender inequality issues, but last week, she was placed on administrative leave following allegations of misconduct now her attorneys have filed a complaint with the equal employment opportunity commission this blatant form of retaliation in corporate america is all too common, even post me too, they wrote. she was placed on leave after
sending an email, detailing conflicts with interest, improper self-dealing by board members. she also alleges the academy manipulates the process to ensure that certain songs or albums are nominated when the producer wants a particular song performed during the show. adding it was all made possible by a boys club mentality stating the academy's 12,000 voting members who pick grammy nominations and winners are overwhelmingly white and male. the recording academy firing back, writing in a statement, it is curious that ms. dugan never raised these grave allegations until a week after legal claims were made against her personality by a female employee wh who alleged ms. dugan created a toxic and intolerable work environment and engaged in abusive and bullying conduct the organization says there are ongoing investigations into dugan's claims this morning, a growing scanda striking a sour note ahead of
music's biggest night. >> grammys in a few days gabe, overnight, her attorneys pushed back a little more against the allegations. >> that's right. the attorneys say that the claim she didn't raise the allegations until now is completely false. they say she brought up the issue of diversity repeatedly at the grammys it is casting a huge cloud over the show, as you know. the academy is accusing her of trying to steal the show >> oh, okay. gabe gutierrez, thank you. let's switch gears and get the forecast from al. >> we've been talking about this cold air, and it is pushing in through the lower gulf and into the mid-mississippi river valley with temperatures today anywhere from 10 to 20 degrees below average. tomorrow though, temperatures warm up, chicago, detroit, pittsburgh, new york, boston all above average. for today though we have wintry travel especially in the mid-plains and the upper great lakes. good morning.
i'm meteorologist kari hall. live look at bay bridge where we see low clouds moving by. still mistle and drizzle but we'll get peeks of sunshine and temperatures from the upper 50s to lower 60s. the forecast will dry out and warm up, by the end of the week reaching low 60s inland and a mostly sunny sky. but more clouds move in on sunday. rain moves in late saturday night and continues throughout the day on sunday. >> and that's your latest weather. >> all right look who's here. >> carson. >> hey, now. >> good news for yankee fans the captain is headed to coopers up cooperstown. coming up we'll show you his emotional response to earning the spot in the baseball hall of fame and the search for the one vote, 396 votes out of 397, one person left him off the ballot. >> who is that >> the grinch is on it, what >> we'll tell you what we know after this se.
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shortstop soon to be immortalized in cooperstown after falling one vote shy of becoming the second player in history unanimously elected to the hall of fame >> today derek jeter joins the distinguished list of yankee greats in taking his rightful place in the hall of fame. >> reporter: jeter surprised by the news saying his induction was not a forgone conclusion >> i never looked at it that way because this is something that's very difficult you're talking about 1% of players who have played this game get into the hall of fame so it's humbling >> reporter: 3,465 hits in his career, sixth on the all-time hit list appeared in more games than anybody in history 1 158. cool under pressure. his highlights came in the postseason. >> jeter hits it into right. >> reporter: like this walk-off homer in the 2001 world series that earned him the nickname mr.
november >> the series is tied. >> he went on to become a five-time world series champion, 14-time all-star, and collected five golden glove and seven slugger awards >> reporter: she transcehe trand sports stardom >> i played shortstop for the new york yankees. >> reporter: as a younger man he was regularly seen out with famous women including mariah carey. his off field love life in this commercial with george steinbrenner. >> i heard you're out eating and just carousing with your friend. >> reporter: these days he has settled down as a happily married father of two and he's the part owner of the miami marlins after retiring in 2014 >> everybody is saying thank you, derek i'm thinking to myself, for what you know i'm just trying to do my job. >> reporter: he was a legend in the eyes of teammates and fans and now it's official. >> derek, congratulations.
welcome to cooperstown we'll see you in july. >> of course, jeter's a family man now. 396 out of 397 - >> who's the guy, i don't know a red sox fan. i'm not sure maybe it was a mistake another good idea. people are also saying they should ignore the one. mariano rivera went in unanimously. >> only other guy. >> will we ever know >> it anonymous? >> 100% -- i think we'll know by the end of the day. >> i don't think so. >> you think we will >> the media will try to figure it out. >> all right. still ahead the doctor's in the house. the good dr. oz is going to talk to us about meatless burgers coming up after this why, what's in beneful? but blue costs a lot more. not really. i've fed beneful. blue's less than 45 cents more a day. ok louie... we'll switch to blue!
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you make weekend plans. let's head over to mike. here is what happens if you don't have wipers on the lens. so you have a buildup. it is moving smoothly in palo alto, slow down and slick roadways. watch 101 near the top of the screen southbound and also eastbound 92 very tied up. aup directions of 92 and 101 the intersection there in the san mateo. and pushing through san jose and now making their way up toward santa clara and sunnyvale and mountain view and the bay bridge of course. back to you. deputies in san pablo has updated us on a situation we followed all morning long on "today in the bay." where s.w.a.t. teams were part of a huge police presence along o'toole way. deputies say someone barricaded inside of the home, they believe they may have fired a weapon. check our twitter feed to provide updates there. campbell city council members last night shot down plans for a chick-fil-a drive-thru where a denny's now
it it's 8:00 on "today. coming up breaking news. president twrurump weighing in his impeachment trial from overseas >> this is the greatest witch-hunt. >> amid a tense overnight session. >> they lie and they lie and lie. >> he's been making false allegations against the president. the only one who should be embarrassed, mr. nadler, is you. >> the chief justice of the united states taking both sides to task. >> those addressing the senate should remember where they are. >> so what can we expect during today's opening arguments? we're live with the latest. migraine misery.
a major headache for excedrin user after the drug maker halts production for two of the most popular medications. the new information that all migraine sufferers need to know. and tom hoax, tom hanks fighting back after social media scammers public a fake endorsement using his name the star's message to his fans today, january 22nd, 2020. >> from uga, go dogs >> hey, davis, we love you >> celebrating our birthday. >> on the "today" show ♪ >> warming up from minnesota. >> we're from the classic city, athens, georgia. >> good morning, everybody welcome back to "today." nice to have you with us on a chilly wednesday morning >> you know, we always, always appreciate when you say hi to us on twitter and insta send us a shoutout
use the hashtag mytodayplaza we want you in our open. >> yes. >> don't you think >> yeah. you know, guys, remember stephanie gosk she was here of course on tuesday, she had this very moving story that we couldn't stop talking about, the story out of west virginia it was a couple who stepped in to foster more than 20 kids amid the opioid epidemic there. well, the response to that story has been flat out overwhelming people want to step in and help. we've have an update tomorrow. we'll check in with the couple. >> we're showing the roof because they talked about -- that's one of the many needs that they have, that they're worried about that roof. the father works the overnight shift. i mean, i'm sure we all have gotten responses so we'll have an update on that tomorrow let's get right to the news. 8:00 the president this morning mocked the case to impeach him hours before the opening arguments are set to begin and it comes after a bitter overnight debate on the rules of the trial. nbc's white house correspondent peter alexander joins us with
three things to watch. good morning >> reporter: good morning to you. so the rules of engagement for the trial are now set, but not as you noted until after a marathon, bitter session nearly 13 hours. just before 2:00 in the morning we even heard from the chief justice admonishing both sides for a lack of decorum. as for the rules the republicans are blocking 11 democratic amendments, efforts to change the rules, blocking the democrats' effort to force the subpoenaing of new witnesses and documents. those decisions will be made after poboth sides make their case they'll have three days instead of two, one small concession from republicans for each side to present their opening arguments. as you noted overnight we heard from president trump he's wrapping up an economic summit in switzerland. again, criticizing the case and the democrats who he called liars. >> i'll tell you the way i look at it, it's a total hoax it's a disgrace. i have great respect for the senate as a body and many of the
individuals. >> reporter: so today, with the schedule for 1:00 p.m. eastern, they will begin the opening arguments. first up the house democratic prosecutors again, they'll have three days to make their case. then beginning on saturday it will be the turn of the president's defense scene. many of them at the beginning of the day very attentive by the day's end many yawning and some even falling asleep savannah >> all right, peter alexander, another long one too nbc news will have special live coverage of the president's trial beginning today at 1:00 eastern. the u.s. has the first confirmed case of the deadly new corona virus strain from china it's killed at least nine people in china and affected more than 400. the american patient is a man in his 30s from washington state. he flew home from china last week he is hospitalized in good condition, but officials are concerned that he could have exposed others travelers returning from the
affected region in china are now being screened at five major u.s. airports. boeing said the 737 max airliners will remained grounded until at least the middle of this year. it's when the summer travel season begins. the planes were taken out of service last march after two deadly crashes overseas. boeing has been updating the plane's flight control system and software, which are believed to have played a role in the crashes. the faa has to approve any changes. let's turn to your health at 8:00 the makers of excedrin hav temporarily discontinued two of their most popular headache relief medicines nbc's medical correspondent dr. john torres is here to explain why people depend on particularly this migraine medicine. >> it's a go-to for a lot of people we reached out to the manufacturer yesterday, and they said they're halting production on two, excedrin extra strength and migraine because of the
inconsistencies in the ingredients. the ingredients in these happens to be amphetamines and aspirin >> so if you're that person that you think to yourself excedrin is the only thing that works for me what are you supposed to do >> the best thing to do is to go talk to your pharmacist, are there other medications i can take but if you're taking it so much that when you stop, you have more headaches, you have to think about something called a rebound headache you're taking so much that it is causing the headache itself. >> so much medicine? >> so much medicine is causing it we call it medicine overuse headaches. that's the medical term. your brain becomes dependent on the medication usually you wake up with the medication, you take more medication, doesn't last long, you take more medication the key is to stop the medication, but if you do that, you can rebound. you have to be careful >> so this sounds like a bad batch or something they're planning to bring it back. >> hopefully soon. there's prescription medications that work really well, so you know, please talk to your doctor about those.
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reporter vicki nguyen has more. good morning >> from ellen degeneres to sandra bullock, savannah, even you, well-known personalities are used in fake ads tom hanks, the latest celebrity to fight back. this morning, what you need to know so you don't get ripped off. >> reporter: he's one of the wr world's most recognizable and beloved stars. >> that's all i have to say about that >> reporter: but this morning, hollywood legend tom hanks is hitting back and taking on social media scammers. the actor tweeting and posting to instagram tuesday after his image appeared on what he said was a fake endorsement for a cbd company circulating online he wrote, this is false and an intentional hoax i have never said this and would never make such an endorsement come on, man hanks slamming the same misleading ad last year as a fraud, internet fake hanks did not have any additional comment beyond the post
tv's dr. oz who is cited for his work in the cbd industry said he is denying the endorsement, writing in part, this is a fake and misleading advertisement intended to take advantage of consumers. the ads are part of a billion dollar fraud industry according to the better business bureau. in november, sandra bullock fought back aggressively against mul multiple false ads for beauty products, along with ellen degeneres, filin a lawsuit along with ellen stating con artists are exploiting their images to attract and dupe unwhitting customers. savannah dealt with it last year. >> when i saw the articles i could understand why people believed it because it looks real. >> reporter: according to the better business bureau the companies often have no available contact info and if they are caught by authorities simply switch names like the two different companies in the tom hanks scam making it challenging for authorities to shut them down for good. >> there's a whole army of people who are difficult to find that are using changing sets of
hyperlinks may only last a couple days. it may only last for a couple of days but they're all there to avoid detection. >> we tried to reach out to the company behind the cbd ads but no one responded >> big shocker there. >> there's a real risk when consumers fall for the ads sometimes they don't get what they pay for. >> that's right, savannah. the concern is you might not get what was advertised and getting a refund is difficult. you have given your credit card information to the company that's using fraudulent ads. they can keep charging you better business bureau says you need to be careful you have any doubts just steer clear. >> i remember we did the story on how this was happening to you and i thought well this might make a change. we're putting it out there on television knocked on all the doors and they're still at it. >> yeah, they do it and it looks really convincing. >> yeah. >> i remember people being like you're leaving the "today" show for the skin care line, like, mom, no. i am not i would tell you. >> it's too late
the consumer have bought it. my dad bought weight loss pills from blake shelton online. he doesn't have them sorry, my dad paid for them. >> especially when you could have gotten them for free. >> if they were true. >> mr. roker well, we're looking at the satellite and radar. we have messy weather stretching from minneapolis down to dallas, all part of a system that will be pushing east. as it does, it is also watching another system come into the pacific northwest. so one storm after another making its way in. for this afternoon, 20s stretching from the plains into the northeast and new england. 30s in the pacific northwest and then we're also looking at plenty of sunshine along the eastern seaboard really chilly this morning in florida. a lot of clouds, even some mist and drizzle as you head out the door, but the rain for the most part has moved out and we'll see sunshine today.
we can see the showers moving towards the east, clearing most of the state. as we go into the rest of the week, we're looking at more sunshine. also warmer temperatures reaching into the low 60s by the end of the week. we'll see more clouds moving in late on saturday with rain and off and on showers in the forecast on sunday. >> and that's your latest weather. >> mr. roker, mr. daly. >> let's do it lots to get to in the pop star today. jessica simpson, she's on th cover of "people" magazine, she revealed she would turn to pills and alcohol to help cope with years of pain hidden from her fans simpson telling "people" magazine she, quote, becam exactly what i didn't want to be and in the exclusive interview talks about the pressure she felt about her body image trying to become sober, and how i affected her family life now the new memoir coming out, si
simpson says, i quote, wants the freedom to say there are no more secrets. you can read the full article in the new issue of "people" magazine we'll be hearing from jessica. you'll be sitting down with her, hoda >> next week i can't wait. >> more on that. next up, gwen and blake ahead of the performance at this weekend's grammy awards. they have released a brand-new music video for the duet "nobody but you" and we get a glimpse of what life is look for them, including a look at shelton's ranch, and their dog betty makes an appearance. ♪ i don't want to go down any other road and i don't want to love nobody but you ♪ ♪ looking in your eyes now if i had to die now ♪ ♪ i don't want to love nobody but you ♪ >> what's the song called? it's so good >> "nobody but you." >> they'll perform it at the grammys this weekend. >> can't get enough. >> love it the jonas brothers nobody likes day drinking more than seth meyers and he roped them in, joe, nick, and kevin, with seth's own brother and his fake brother. the group played a drinking game where they had to name other famous brothers in history
let's see how they did. >> you guys, tell me who these brothers are >> oh, they're -- oh, you know >> if you guys don't get this right you guys are going to drink so much in this game. >> i don't know. >> this is the marx brothers okay guys who's that >> the wright brothers. >> how do you miss the marx brothers and get the wright brothers >> we are in trouble deep. >> these guys killed a bunch of people >> allegedly allegedly. >> mendez brothers >> say it again. >> mendez brothers >> no. you're thinking of the very innocent mendez brothers and not the incredibly guilty menendez brothers like calling you the ja-noneses. >> i like that segment >> we should get in on that action too finally, it is on. dr. oz versus mark wahlberg.
i don't know if you have been following this brewing feud online, but it comes down to intermittent fasting we had dr. oz on the show talking about the positives of intermittent fasting he called breakfast the most important meal of the day. >> i think that was a marketing hype that you had to eat breakfast. the fact of the matter is, do not eat until you're hungry. >> that anti-breakfast talk is not sitting well with mark wahlberg who posts about his incredibly hard workout routines online here's what mark had to say when asked about dr. oz's comments. >> listen, i don't care what dr. oz says, i have to have my breakfast before i work out. that's my preference >> really? >> i do the small meals every two and a half, three hours. >> it works for you. >> tell him to come train with me >> this set off a back and forth between the two, dr. oz recently posting this video >> well, hey, mark, listen, i watched the video and heard the taunting but i didn't see any push-ups being done.
certainly not one-legged push-ups anyway -- >> wow >> all right, now -- of course mark to respond here - >> tell you what i'm about to work out now. i don't know if i need to. but i'm coming for you, dr. oz okay now, we've got a beef. >> i think mark wins already just for that. >> dr. oz, where are you >> are you >> there you are >> do a one armed push-up. >> i don't know if -- this is the feud you want to get into. >> yeah. >> what is your end game >> first off, he looks like a greyhound, i'll grant you that for the mere mortals in america, what actually works? mark has bought into the dogma of breakfast he believes all the hype that you have to have breakfast which isn't based on medicine. i know the big study said you're better off if you intermittent fast you all know, skip breakfast so he keeps thinking i need to get a defibrillator for myself but i went to the hospital, i operated on friday, and i showed him how to do it, in case. but i think this is -- >> can't you both be right
you would think he needs that fuel and he eats every two hours? >> our ancestors went out and didn't have food in the morning. >> didn't work out like he did. >> had to run two hours to catch the antelope to eat it and your endurance is longer if you don't eat. my point to mark, as great as you look now, for the average human being to get there is difficult. first thing for us, skip breakfast, workout as hard as you can, and you'll look better. you burn the fat, not the exercise >> how are you going to resolve this thing >> look -- >> fight >> mano-e-mano in the gym. and he promised already to have a big beer and a burger. i go on an empty symptom and and i'll go end to end the end point is survival and vomiting. >> enjoy your cheerios. >> wow mr. daly, a click for us >> won't be the same sales as conor mcgregor pay per view. you'll get a few to watch that >> i think so.
did you ever hear all's fair in musical chairs? well it's a thing after this very savage move was caught on camera have a look. >> oh, wow. >> not cool. no >> very illegal i think. >> i was going to say. >> but if you do, that's how -- look at how smooth this is. >> clearly - >> that's sad. >> but the biggest question is why are they playing musical chairs at a high school assembly. >> good question >> thank you, dr. oz. >> good luck with mark wahlberg. just ahead -- >> my money is on you, doc. >> thanks to hanks when he had the fake news, and as you did, as well, too many celebrities tolerate it and don't want to get mix up into it we have to hammer home to the viewers the stuff isn't real they take advantage of your money and pocketbook. >> you're suing, right >> oprah and i have been going atd t at the guys over ten years. >> what do you do, other cease and desist >> nothing that's the problem
they've already gotten two, three days out of it everybody has to be aware that it is probably fake. >> this is turning into the dr. oz show right now. i'm for it i'm here for it. just ahead, burgers, tricche strips, sausage. dr. oz, you'll answer our burning questions about the meatless food craze. plus, stephanie ruhle breaks down the numbers, how much more time women spend on housework than men. jill has steals and deals after your local news.
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♪ ♪ hey, everybody welcome back it is 8:30 it is frigid we're here in midtown manhattan. we have a nice look at this baby oh, what's the - >> baby chesney. >> here a few months ago >> look at her >> can we do a close-up of her eyes. >> beautiful red nose. >> i think they're mom's. >> you're all adorable we're so happy you're here we have a crowd moment i'm looking for two young ladies, courtney and ashley. hello. wait a minute. courtney and ashley, hi. where are you from >> we say lake charles, louisiana.
bell city, really. >> how many people live in bell city >> well, our school is pre-k through eighth grade and it's 800 kids. if that gives you an idea. >> how does the big city feel compared to bell city? >> big. >> having fun? >> a blast >> still root on the tigers. congrats, by the way thank you for making the trip. coming up, are you curious about a plant based diet or interested in trying the meatless burgers and bacon you see popping up in the refrigerator aisles? whatever questions you have, dr. oz is here he'll give us a walk through. >> he'll drop down and give us ten just to show mark wahlberg who is boss. then can you guess how much more time women spend doing unpaid labor than men? oh, boy. steph ruhle is here to stir that pot. she's got the answer and what we can all start doing to close the gap. >> all right and then jill martin is here with a little "steals and deals. a special valentine's day edition. perhaps you're looking for
something special for someone you love we have a big apounnnouncem for dog lovers you know what it is? next month we're holding our very own today's best in show contest next month if you think your dog is america's most adorable pup, we want to hear from you. >> great idea. >> brilliant, right? >> six winning dogs and their owners will be flown here to studio 1a to compete for the grand prize. all expense paid trip to the beverly hills dog show. >> wow. >> provided by purina. the event sponsors we should note, the dogs must be under 20 pounds to enter because of -- because of travel restrictio restrictions >> because of travel restrictions >> overweight dogs or just bigger dogs? >> yeah. >> today.com. >> what if the dog - >> today.com. >> what if the dogs drive? >> it's not me go to today.com for details. and the owners have to be under 20 pounds too. very small people. >> okay, al. >> thank you. a check of the weather, my friend >> don't call me because -
>> i love a big dog. >> -- i had nothing to do with it love the big dog we're talking about the eastern third of the country, sunny but chilly a mess stretching from the u.p. of michigan down into texas. flood watches in the pacific northwest. another storm comes in tomorrow rain in the puget sound area periods of snow in the upper mississippi river valley good morning. we're starting to get some clearing across parts of the bay area, that's a live look at the golden gate bridge as the sun comes out. we are going to see more sun today now that the rain has moved out and our temperatures head into the upper 50s today, low 60s inland, up to 61 tomorrow and a mostly sunny sky on friday. by the weekend we'll see some more clouds and then rain moving in late saturday night with off and on showers throughout the day on sunday.
>> got to get off the porch if you want to run with the big dogs, right, carson? well, thank you very much. we're ready to dive into some blts and other things with plant based food bacon, is that a thing >> it's real >> we have dr. oz's guide to benefits of the meatless products that are all the rage right now. alcoming up.l
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>> a vegan means you don't eat anything with a face nor what something with a face made no cows or chicken, no fish, no nothing. no milk, no honey, no eggs is allowed for vegan. plant based means you're leaning green up you can eat as many vegetables as you can theoretically half the plate is half the vegetables. >> but a face can be involved. >> a face can be involved. animal with a face can be involved in the meal >> i think i understand. what do you have here? lights out >> thanks for the lighting - >> it was mark wahlberg. >> yeah. so these are three meats this is old school new school you're in intermittent fasting >> yes. >> i love you for doing that. >> i'm going to come on your show and talk about it. >> me too. hoda, you taste it. >> craig. >> like mikey. >> let me ask you, everybody in the neighborhood, all of the guys are on the plant based thing. how did it become so popular and sort of trendy
>> it's interesting -- so the vegan's percentages have gone up six times in the last -- >> not bad -- couple years. >> is that the vegan - >> not great either. you didn't say it was great. >> what else did he taste? >> this is actually a black bean old school burgers without meat. this is a new company -- >> that looks exactly like a burger medium rare >> there's a real one. >> oh. how do you compare those >> listen, i can taste the difference, but it's not a remarkable difference. >> what are the health benefits? >> first of all, they made the burgers with a lot of ingredients but used something ekwif equivalent to hemoglobin they have gotten close enough and they have millennials -- two-thirds are green if you're in the middle you'll go for this. >> old school is like a veggie burger >> yeah. tastes like cardboard. not what you want.
but the newer versions are being sold at fast food places and millennials love them but the generational split is shrinking. people are saying i don't want to eat cardboard, but i can do this. it can taste good by itself. >> it's not like it's low fat or something, right >> no. it's not low fat it's a lot of ingredients. and there's no fiber in meat so it has that benefit because you have fiber but net-net, i don't think you should consider it a healthy food but the average person in america is 2 1/2 burgers a day >> no way. >> that's what it comes out to do half as vegetarian versions half as regular. >> there's a good compromise. >> we have the chicken - >> it's not chicken, it has a face. >> no chicken here chicken strips, patties, nuggets. >> what is if it's not chicken what are they sticking in there? >> they use different kind of protein, like soy protein. they can make it taste like regular chicken because it's healthy for you. it's what you put on them.
>> i'm the only one eating >> what's wrong with real white meat chicken >> my argument is if you're going to have food, eat real food this is not healthier, but it's not unhealther. >> there is a huge environmental issue. plant-based products, it has a lot to do with the carbon emissions. >> that's why two-thirds of americans want to eat like that because it's better for the planet. >> better for the earth. >> not about you but the earth, is what they say >> if we continue to eat meat at the pace we eat it now, it's actually not sustainable >> we don't have enough water for it most of the animals alive will be eaten by us today we can do better than that this is sausages, bacon. >> one of them is real bacon, one is fakin' bacon. >> is that real or fake? >> i wish i was craig this morning. >> there's real bacon. >> he knows his bacon. >> let's find out. >> yeah. >> where's roker >> yeah. >> that's the fakin' >> there's fake. >> fake bacon. >> is it good enough by itself, that's the question. >> it is not. >> it is not so it doesn't pass the muster
for you. it doesn't work for me either but there are no nitrates in that. >> wow. you need nitrates every now and then >> sausages? >> i actually have had the sausage. i bought it. >> what is this? >> these are made of - >> is that good? >> like plant based products let me spend two seconds on why it matters to eat it for you independent of the calorie count, you know, the benefits of fiber are there. so plant-based foods have fiber in them. when you get rid of meat, you help your diabetes, help your high blood pressure, heart disease. all the risk factors go down there's a benefit for you even if that day you don't have a huge benefit. >> you're eating plant-based stuff now? >> my wife is vegetarian so i eat it primarily if you have meat, three times a week, joyous occasion. that's what i think. the rest of the time, lean and green. >> this whole segment got me excited to go to five guys today.
that's all it did for me i can't wait now i was excited before, but now i'm like -- i better go soon >> i like it. >> all right, thank you, dr. oz. be sure to catch even more of dr. oz on "the dr. oz show." check your local listings. coming up next, steph ruhle takes a closer look at a new report on the gender gap, when it comes to house work craig is still eating. and how to make things more equal in your home but first this is "tod" on nbc.ay
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what it adds up to here to break it down for us, nbc's senior business correspondent stieephanie ruhle. so i think a lot of folks probably weren't surprised by the findings i think folks would be surprised by the extent to which women are outworking men in the house. >> well, just think about it historically, culturally, women are the moms, we're the care givers, we're the homemakers that's something we're proud of, being the heart and soul of the family but we also end up being the labor force. the unpaid labor force and one of the other reasons is economics. even today, though we have made great strides economically, historically, business wise, educational wise we haven't had the same opportunities that men have even in 2020 we're making 79 cents to the man's dollar so when a family has more and more responsibilities at home, the decision becomes pretty easy the person who earns less goes home when you're that person who takes on unlimited work at home, you can end up lonely, depressed. you don't get to put yourself
first and that burnout is real. >> for the first time in a long time, as i understand it, women make up the majority of the workforce in this country as well, right? >> well, that's the thing. we make up the majority of the workforce, but we're still doing the work at home think about this two 2.1 hours more a day than men. we go to work and then we go home and work. so put this into perspective you and i both have careers. every day we show up to a running race but i have to run two more miles than you do to beat you. but nobody ever acknowledges those two miles. that matters because those two miles impact things especially as you look at higher earning jobs. the corporate ladder was designed with this idea that all you have to do is be an executive and succeed and there was this other person in your life to do everything else a spouse, maybe a grandparent. remember yesterday carson was talking about going to his grandmother's house every day after school now less and less people live close to their parents, so there's no grandparent factor and the last one if you're not going to either of those routes
you're going to pay someone to do that work at home you know what that is, super expensive. >> i know. yesterday, you talked about stay-at-home moms and this is something that affects them disproportionately. >> this is hugely important. you've got to acknowledge the work that they do. while it is an honor especially long term to get that time at home, the work those mothers have to do is endless. and i want you to factor in many women who stay at home choose to but a lot don't. many jobs don't offer you the opportunity. once you have kids, tell me how many jobs can you find that coincide with a school schedule, family emergencies if you have to be the primary person to tend to your family at home, it limits what you do. my grandmother always said to me, think about who your boss is don't share your bed with the same person you're getting your paycheck from. marriage is hard enough. it really complicates things so you are giving up your financial freedom when you have a person who stays at home.
>> so it's a significant problem. we just put graphics on the screen there that i think drive the point home it's a significant problem what are the solutions, what can we do that we're not doing to fix this >> that unpaid work adds up to $1.4 trillion we are not getting paid for and twice the defense budget it's not an overnight solve but ox fan actually said paid jobs can help the unpaid work more companies that are offering paid benefits. sick leave, medical leave and maternity leave, paternity leave. companies that are addressing the gender pay gaps, starbucks is the most recent example 100% gender pay parody the end of last year when that flattens out, it takes the social and the economic pressure out of the mix. >> i read some article about a guy who was paying his wife for work around the house. >> he was. he was. >> to take care of the kids. that seems like it might be a bit extreme. >> listen for some families who can afford to, maybe that spouse can say i'm going to pay you to do that work at home >> yeah.
>> but for a lot of other families, here's what we need to acknowledge. share some more work think about the series you do. dads got this. you know, it's not a joke anymore to wear a t-shirt that says i'm baby-sitting my kids. you're a dad, you're not baby-sitting but you're parenting. the sooner we can share responsibilities that's not taking away from a mother's love or a mother's touch. but i promise you there aren't other mothers saying i want you to empty the dishwasher. >> amen to stephanie ruehl that's what we say over here. just ahead "steals and deals," jill is here with bargains with gifts sure to win you favor on valentine's day but first, this is "today" on nbc. i am running to defeat donald trump.
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someone. i cannot believe valentine's day is knocking on the door. we have to get busy. >> for your someone else and your own best friend this can be for you too. starting with, coincidentally, wine >> i love it >> $89.99 now you get the opener and the preserver in stainless steel. >> this is an opener how does it work what >> i did it in the break, goes all the way down. there it comes up. >> you don't do anything. >> literally nothing and if you're like me, you're the one who is the one without the cork - >> by the way, genius. >> super easy. they retail at 89.99, 50% of and you get the charger. you get this you get two rubber stoppers. everything in this set and the aerator that you can pour so you won't lose a drip of wine. >> by the way, that was the simplest wine opener i have seen.
i worked with kathie lee, so i know a thing about wine. >> what i love about this, there's a personalization to it you can get someone's initial. family initial of the last name. give it with the wine opener if you want to go an extra notch. >> i like the xl, so sweet >> six colors to choose from celebrity fans of the brand include jessica alba, kristen bell, jennifer hudson. the deal is $30, 57% off and they're leather. >> they can go to guys or gals perfect. jewelry is a big hit. >> you're a layerer, meaning you have a necklace on and the layer can go over. mix and match necklaces. retail is $118 gold and silver plated but with a two inch extender so you can layer it properly. celeb fans of the brand include carrie underwood, jennifer lopez and rihanna. retail is $118 but the deal is
$29, 75% off. >> who would you get this for? is this for a romantic interest, or could you get it for whomever >> i would give it to myself or to you as a valentine's gift, to my mom i think it's a beautiful way to say i love you to someone. i think valentine's day is being your best friend >> both you and i were single for a long time, and valentine's day, it was like yuck. no one wanted to go near it. what'd you used to do? >> it's true i used to order joe's stone crabs by myself and buy myself gifts. what about you >> you did that? >> yeah. >> i ate chocolate in bed and i was depressed. good for you >> you wrote in your journal about how grateful you were. everything manifested. >> yeah. >> the body oil sets by isola. you get one large, one small you'll like the one especially with vanilla you can go on today.com to see all of the sets. >> what to you use it for? >> one large, one small. it's a body oil. you can use from five sets the little roller ball is
portable i use it for fly aways in my hair. if you're on the go and need a little of a -- >> what's going on with the floaters >> that's just to infuse the scent into whichever you choose. you can go, there's lavender all kinds. today.com. retail, $46. deal, $20. 27% off. >> whoa. lastly. >> the handbags are always popular. retail at $498 they're leather. a lot of organization inside and we'll show it on today.com but for somebody like you who uses your makeup bag as a ziploc bag, this one is a good one for you. >> i love this. >> it has pockets, the retail is $498, the deal is $99, 08% off 80% off. if you're celebrating with a loved one or joel or just love for yourself i hope you enjoy. >> the products again, the wine lovers set, coasters and necklaces from nissa, body oils
from isola, and handbags from onn onna >> find the deals on today.com/deals. and we'll make a small share of revenue from the purchases. and maria shriver will sb introduce us to two moms shaking up the medical marijuana biz and the surprising food that can keep you from getting a cold that's on hoda and jenna at 10:00. don't you want to know what it is >> i do. >> first, your local news. good morning, 8:56. within the last hour police updating an early morning shooting by officers that briefly shutdown eastbound 580 in liver moore. some of the video shows the man with a limp taken into custody, near airway boulevard. we learned that officers shot that man in the leg after police say he intentionally drove toward them during a traffic
stop. we saw a second man taken into custody. police say he was not connected to that shooting and that driver is now cooperating with investigators. no officers were hurt. happening now, another story we're monitoring. deputies just updated us on a situation we followed all morning on today in the bay, where s.w.a.t. teams are part of a police presence. deputies say someone is barricaded inside a home. check our twitter feed for updates. campbell city council shot down plans for a chick-fil-a drive through. opponents raised concerns about added traffic, noise and litter. the senate impeachment trial is set to resume at 9:po this morning. stay tuned for live coverage. we'll have another update in an hour. ♪
from studio 1-a in rockefeller plaza this is the third hour of "today." >> good morning. welcome to the third hour of "today." i'm sheinelle here with al, we have craig and maria. >> who has a boot right now, what happened? >> i didn't notice. >> yeah, i have a stress fracture. >> how did you get that? >> pickle ball. i decided to learn how to play pickle ball. and my son did the drop shots. >> your son broke your foot? >> yeah, that's what i'm saying. >> all the rage these days, boots. >> playing football. >> see, i have met like five women, i have a boo