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and sachs in one year. >> while republicans donald trump and ted cruz face new insults of their own we have the campaigns covered. breaking overnight, the three americans released in the prisoner swap in iran arrive in germany in a reunion with their family. the secret and controversial conversations to end their freedom. the east coast waking up to bitter cold temperatures this morning as much of the northeast is hit with the bitter snow of the season, we're tracking it all. and not sticking the landing. an unmanned rocket touches down and suddenly topples over exploding into pieces. what the team behind that mission is saying about it. today, monday, january 18th, 2016.
guthrie. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> good morning everyone. welcome to today on a monday morning. martin luther king day. we go back to that video of the rocket. you know, the space folks saying we got it, we got it, we don't got it. do you get half credit for something like that? >> an a for effort. let us start this morning with the top debate of the presidential campaign so far. hillary clinton clashing with bernie sanders on big issues in this race. starting with nbcs andrea mitchell. dpoorm to you. >> good morning, matt. it was a democratic contest a lot closer than anyone
the candidates have been getting combative and that produced a fiery debate just two weeks the fireworks exploded from the start first over guns. >> i have made it clear based on senator sander's own record that he has voted with the nra, with the gun lobby numerous times. >> secretary clinton knows what she said is very disingenious. i have a very d minus voting record from the nra. >> clinton accusing sanders trying to kill obama care by trying to propose new medicare for all things. >> there are things we can do to improve it. to tear it up and start over again pushing our country back into that kind of con ten, debate is the wrong direction. >> that is nonsense. what a medicare for all program does is finally provide in this country health care for every man, woman and child as a right.
clinton's ties to wall street. >> i don't think money from the banks, i don't get personal speaking fees. >> i can take that. he's criticized president obama for taking donations from wall street and president obama has led our country out of the great recession. >> you received over $600,000 in speaking fees in one year. >> you're the only one on this stage that voted to deregulate the financial market in 2000. >> as to what roll her husband would play if she won the white house. >> it will start at the kitchen table. we'll see how it goes from there. i'm going to ask for his ideas, his advice and use them as good will emissary to go around the
we've got. >> as whether he regrets having called bill clinton's past aggressions, he calls it old news. >> we've been through this. have i ever once said a word about that issue? no, i have not. >> sanders showed no reluctance to his own serge in iowa and new hampshire polls. >> when this campaign began she was 50 points ahead of me. we were all of 3%. guess what. in iowa, new hampshire, the race is very, very close. >> and in fact, after the debate, south carolina's leading democratic congressman told us that if bernie sanders wins big in iowa, it will redefine the race. he says he's got a much better organization here in south carolina than he realized and it could mean a replay of 2008 when hillary clinton lost to barack obama here. back to you, matt. >> andrea mitchell, thanks.
so, will what we heard from the candidates change the dynamic of the democratic race. chuck todd is nbcs political director and moderator of meet the press, good morning to you. did you see a winner last night? a clear winner? >> i don't know if it was a clear winner but this was the bernie sanders debate. if you were an alien and plopped down on the earth and didn't see anything and followed the race, you would assumed bernie sanders was the front runner because he was the focal point of most of the debate. not until you got to foreign policy was it clear that it was hillary clinton that had a lot more command and control in the issue set than bernie sanders. i think in many ways, this was bernie sanders big moment. whether he was able to earn new supporters, i think that's what we're going to find out in the next week. i think he did nothing last night to lose anybody. >> how do you like his tactic of tying secretary clinton to the big banks in wall street?
>> i think in democratic primary, it's very effective. in this political environment, i mean, matt, you have donald trump and bernie sanders both trashing wall street because what wall street also does when you say it, is it tells the voter, hey, they're part of the insider gang. wall street, washington, they've been con flated as far as the political environment is concerned and what the voter hears is insider rig game which doesn't benefit me. >> quickly, before i ask you to take a break and come back and talk about the republicans, if you're running the clinton campaign right now, are you beginning to figure out your talking points to the public on why your candidate might have lost iowa and new hampshire? >> well, i don't think they're there yet. it is to tell democrats hey, did you like president obama? did you love him?
takes to carry his legacy. bernie sanders wants a big revolution. he doesn't think barack obama was good enough. >> all right. chuck, as i mentioned, stick around. we'll talk about the republicans in just a moment. with front runners donald trump and ted cruz talking about their attacks on each other. peter alexander keeping an eye on that, good morning. >> matt, good morning. those warm and fuzzy feelings didn't last. donald trump and ted cruz neck and neck. they're unleashing a series of a attacks with trump's latest cruz missles not over policy. so much for playing nice. >> he's a nasty guy. nobody likes him. nobody in congress likes him. nobody likes him anywhere once they get to know him. >> cruz is fighting back against trump and the new york tabloids. >> our friends in the media seems like they lit their hair on fire.
of which you speak? i would say in the rest of america, people know exactly what that means. >> cruz's strategy turning trump's words against him tweeting the billionaire's comments in 1999. pro-choice and open to gay marriage. >> i lived in new york city and manhattan all my life. my views are a little bit different than if i lived in iowa, perhaps. >> trump's arguments, cruz is a hypocrite. >> he wants to look like robin hood like he's the one protecting people from the banks and he's borrowing money and personally guaranteeing and not disclosing it which is illegal. >> a tax that may not sit well with a party's right wing. one influential commentator warning trump cut the crap or you'll lose lots and lots of conservatives like these tea party supporters voicing their disapproval in south carolina saturday. >> say whatever you want. he didn't report bank loans. that's okay.
not missing a chance to get back to his chief critic after getting stuck at an elevator. >> all right. who put donald trump in charge of the elevator? >> the friendship now goes to snl. >> i'm glad everybody is talking about my good friend cruz. >> with trump and cruz grabbing the headlines, the rivals are fighting to get in the fray as well. marco rubio bashing cruz for his campaign donationsations. jeb bush bashing trump for being too liberal. matt. >> peter, thank you very much. let's bring chuck back in. chuck, if you go on the campaign trail and you go to a donald trump event, the people in that room love to hear him secure others, other politicians, especially democrats. it seems there is a line when it comes to ted cruz. explain the line. >> well, look. ted cruz and donald trump share
establishment outside supporters. you saw what peter was talking about. it's the warning shot to trump. a radio talk show host. donald trump in his war against political correctness is really been very popular with the talk radio crowd. ted cruz, sort of more striden conservative in washington is popular with the talk radio crowd and they're more principaled conservative. if they had a choice they would probably vote cruz over trump. that's why this is a very prokars strategy for him. he could hurt himself as much as he helps himself going after cruz. >> chuck todd with us this morning. thank you very much. appreciate it. >> another major story. a prisoner swap with iran to secure the freedom of four americans. three of them arriving in germany overnight as they make their way home. we have two reports beginning
he's in germany. keir, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. three of the freed americans spent the night here. one of them a washington post reporter is in good spirits this morning we're told after a nail biting 48 hours, the climax of months of negotiations. released prisoner matt, the first to arrive home. met by his mom at logan airport and this was washington post reporters first taste of freedom met by u.s. officials. he's now one of the three at the u.s. medical facility in germany. >> it's spectacular news. can't wait to see him. >> in a flurry of activity, his editors arrived to meet him. >> what did he say? >> i feel a whole lot better than i did 48 hours ago. >> he seems in high spirits and indicated he wants human contact
>> former marine, his sister, was flying in for a reunion. >> we're looking forward to meeting him soon. >> while the pastor from boise, idaho has spent three years locked up. >> it's surreal. unbelievable. he's out of iranian soil and he's in germany and after some medical attention, i'm waiting to hear from him. >> an emotional 48 hours, the men emerging from an aircraft. >> they were united in welcoming home sons and husbands and brothers who in lonely prison cells have endured an absolute nightmare. >> a nuclear deal, sanctions lifted and events fuelled with suspicion by republicans and one american didn't come home. the iranians saved former fbi agent bob levinson is missing. the statement from his family
>> a mystery surrounds a fifth american who despite being freed not to leave iran. we don't know why he didn't want the attention. the three here could be here for days while they undergo a psychological evaluation. >> thank you so much. let's get more from richard angle, nbc's chief correspondent. richard, what is the move there today? >> well, this is an extraordinary time to be here. the mood is one of expectations and optimism. people are encouraged by the deal. they think they got the better half of the deal and they are looking forward to a better economy. the sanctions have been put in place now lifted and devastated the iranian economy and put a strangle hold on the economy. it was illegal for iranian people and businesses to move money in and out of the country. now banks can do that. iran couldn't legally trade its oil.
worth what it use to be and tens of billions of dollars have been unfrozen. the money hasn't hit the economy yet. it could soon. we were just in the bizarre area, right in the heart of iran, the commercial center of the city and people were already talking about stocking up their inventory and they're expecting more tourist to come. i was the only american i saw in the bizarre area and people came up to me and said we hope more americans come. we want to do business. >> you pointed out logical reasons why the people would be encouraged. what is the government telling its own people? >> well, the president gave a national address and he said that this was a victory for iran iran, a victory for the principals of iran canadian revolution. he said it was a win, win and all the countries around the
the exception of what he said was warmongers in the region, israel and what he called extremist in washington which many here interpreted as a reference to donald trump and some of the other republican candidates. >> richard, thank you some. >> and let us now move to iran's neighbor, iraq. iraqi forces are scrambling to find a group of americans who disappeared over the weekend in baghdad. iraqi o iraqi iraqi officials say the u.s. officials were kidnapped from their home. the americans were taken to sauter city where all communications and contact stopped stopped. the u.s. embassy has confirmed several americans gone missing in iraq and they're working to locate them. >> here at home, brutal call blanketing a large section of the east with more than 52 million americans under warnings and advisories. dylan is here with the details. we have a big crowd because it's a holiday but they're all bundled up.
see some snow. it's winter now and finally feels like it. we have the windshield advisories in effect. this section all the way through the great lakes and in parts of virginia and south western pennsylvania. we have 51 million people under these advisories with windshield warnings in this area. we will see windshields about 25-40 degrees below zero. it feels like 26 below in minneapolis. this extends to charleston, west virginia where it feels like 5 below. temperatures steadily decline that this evening through the northeast. feels like temperatures well down in the teens. tomorrow morning, bundle up. 12 below in minneapolis and in the lower single digits it's here to stay. it will take until about thursday to warm back up. >> it is january. >> yes. >> dylan, thank you very much. talk about that dramatic video we showed you at the top of the
a rough landing for a space x rocket. the accompany founder posted it on his instagram page after successfully launching the barter landed in the pacific but a support leg broke and the rocket toppled over and exploded. he wrote that ice build up may have been to blame. he even joked at least the pieces were bigger this time. that's because the accompany's two previous ocean landing attempts in 2015 were also unsuccessful. >> two people were killed after severe weather swept through florida on sunday. there were reports of at least two tornados on the gulf coast. you can see the roof is completely torn off. power lines left thousands of presidents in the dark. damage on the east coast as well as in cocoa beach, the iconic
some how, look closely, their shark remains unskaiffed. >> let's talk about a college basketball player in trouble for what he did during a game on sunday. beaver's forward strips the ball away from the utah player and falls to the ground. watch what happens next. he sticks out his foot and trips the referee running up the court. reid was mad there was no call made on the play. he was rejected from the game and they're reviewing the incident. utah went on to win 59-53. you don't do that with a referee referee. >> you don't do that to anyone, yet alone the person who can control your destiny on the court. >> that's right. you don't stay on the court long when you do that. dylan back with a check on the local weather. >> we have a bit of snow falling through eastern massachusetts. making it a little bit slippery
we are looking at those colder temperatures to continue to make it feel like it is about 25 degrees below zero in minneapolis and the upper midwest only warming to the lower single digits today. that's a look at the weather across the country. your local forecast coming up in 30 seconds. >>uh, but honey, we're married. that's going to be a problem. grow your business with the
>> and that's your latest forecast. >> all right. dylan, thanks very much. coming up, sean penn is firing back at critics of his el chapo interview. what he's now saying about the controversy and why he says his article for "rolling stone" failed. >> and a nascar star heads into the stands to confront a heckler and the confrontation caught on camera and that's led to a
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the biggest duals coming between hillary clinton and bernie sanders over the nation's health care system. >> there are things we can do to improve it. to tear it up and start over again pushing our country back into that kind of debate, i think is the wrong direction. >> we're not going to tear up the affordable care act. i helped write it. we are going to move atype of that to a dedicated. >> in the new nbc news wall street journal poll clinton holds a 25 point lead over sanders nationally but they are neck and neck in iowa and new hampshire. >> three americans released as part of a prisoner swap in iran are in germany resting and receiving medical evaluations. one of them reported for the washington post had been detained in iran for 18 months. another, a pastor in idaho had been jailed for three years.
final four. in the afc, the peyton led broncos face off against tom brady and the new england operate patriots. the match up in the nfc, the carolina panthers and cardinals next sunday, the winner advances to super bowl l. dylan, get ready. >> who do you like in the manning, brady match up? >> i'm a huge fan. my weather producer making sure i'm aware of that. >> it's going to be a big one. >> also, this morning sean penn speaking out for the first time. an interview the oscar winner is calling a failure. jacob has that story. >> sean penn is standing behind
too sympathetic. he says his article is known around the world for all the wrong reasons. this morning actor sean penn stands behind his journalism interview but admits. >> let me be clear. my article has failed in everything that's spoken about is everything but what i was trying to speak about. >> interviewed on 60 minutes he hopes his story would help the war on drugs by focussing on el chapo's demand. >> you don't have to look at this person as a person if all we aim to understand is this is a very bad person. then let's not understand anything else. >> he doesn't fully understand why he agreed to be interviewed. he was stunned the drug lord would risk meeting him.
that was had, he in several ways wanted to be on the record. >> penn also changed the suggestion that his secret interview led mexican authorities to el chapo. >> nobody found him before they did. we're not smarter than the dea or mexican intelligence. >> meanwhile, this picture was posted on social media this weekend with the caption do you really think i'm stressed? it was later deleted. many wonder if he could escape the prison for the third time. the mexican prison system told me they've learned from their mistakes. today we have four times more cameras and 24-hour guards and
cells repeatedly. americans are hostile to mexicans. their evidence. >> they're not sending their best. >> republican presidential candidate donald trump. >> el chapo has four attorneys registered with the prison behind me and they continue to meet with their client. this is as we now know president obama and mexican president spoke on the phone congratulating each other over the el chapo recapture and the possibility he may finally face justice. matt. >> thank you very much. interesting this new policy in the prison where they keep moving these prisoners to different cells. if you want to try and tunnel in, you risk the possibility and come up in somebody else's cell. >> absolutely. it's beyond embarrassment if this happens again and it's likely not going to happen. now to the investigation being launched into an investigation into the stands between tony stewart and a spectator. confrontation all caught on
here's carrie sanders. >> this morning one of racing's most iconic personalities under scrutiny. tony stewart confronting a heck letter at the chili bowl, a week long dirt track event that attracts more than 300 racers. stewart heard a fan taunting him from the stands and climbed in the crowd confronting the man. with the crowd cheering, a screaming match pursues. face to face the fan grabbing stewart's arms. the two push at each other and then a security guard intervenes, the man falling to his feet. the tulsa county sheriff's office is now investigating the heck letter which turns out was an off duty sheriff's deputy. he was exported out of the expo center moments after the confrontation. neither reps have responded to a request for comment.
>> stewart, this isn't the first time he's faced controversy. in 2012 he threw his helmet at another driver's car after a collision caused stewart to spin out. two years later, tragedy when stewart struck and killed fellow racer kevin ward. ward was hit after leaving his vehicle and walking out on to the track. his family has filed a wrongful death suit against stewart who says it was an accident. in september, stewart announced this season would be his last. a two decade career known for professional victories and personal entanglements. for today, carrie sanders, nbc news miami. >> not good. >> no, not at all. let's get a check on the weather from dylan in for al. >> all the cold air made its way
unfrozen right now. that's why we'll see the lake effect machine turn on when you have the winds crossing over the unfrozen lakes. here are the bands setting up through south western michigan and cleveland, eerie, pennsylvania. this will continue through today and the first part of tuesday. this produces very low visibility and makes driving hazardous in an instant. the possibility is up to a foot or more of snow where some of the bands set up. this clipper system is going to produce some snow tuesday night into wednesday through indiana and western kentucky. this produces just a couple of inches of snow through that area in the tennessee river valley
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not a single person of color. at the oscars people of color are always welcome to give out awards, she tweeted, but we are rarely recognized for all artistic accomplishments. should people of color refrain from participating all together? twitter has erupted with the same question using the the #oscarssowhite to shame the oscar's diversity this year's host chris rock treating, the oscars, the white b.e.t. awards and golden globe don cheadle iwards chris, check me out at the oscars this year. they have me parking gas at "g" level. 93% of the academy was white in 2013. a 2015 analysis found that more than 23% of those asked to join that year were people of color. >> stick with us. we're still working very hard and we'll continue to work hard to bring in more inclusion.
compton executive producer will packard took to facebook to applaud recent attempts to bring more diversity but explained in 2016 it's a complete embarrassment to say that the heights of cinematic achievement have only been reached by white people. >> are you pissed? >> i'm not surprised, you know what i mean. it's the oscars. you know, they do what they do. >> reporter: for jada pinkett smith it's personal. her husband will smith unrecognized for his role in "concussion" and joined "beast of no nation's "consider and michael b. jordan as a few of this year's most talked about omission but will viewers boycott academy awards. osas theos the #ol creator april reign. >> we're not announcing what we'll do but there will be alternative programming for 2016 during the academy awards presentation. >> the academy did not respond to our requests for comment. they did, however, post a picture of the first lady on
writing that time in 2013 when the first lady michelle obama presented the best picture winner, sunday was the first lady's birthday so that could have been the reason for the post but you better believe on february 28th host chris rock is going to have a field day with this. >> it might get mentioned. >> just once or twice. >> willie is over in the original room for carson. what are people online saying about this? >> reporter: it's more of what you just heard in natalie's, pace, guys. being shared on instagram, the faces of all the acting category nom know, a all great actors and a very homogenous tweet. ricky gervais say why did the oscars announce all the white nominees first and this is reflective from culture writer morgan league davies. she writes the thing about kwisht oscarssowhite, this year nada. another thing being shared on
actresses jada pinkett smith inviting hosts and entertainers and presenters who are african-americans, just don't nominate them and one more message from instagram. they snuff all black movies and black actors and then hire a black guy to host so that we don't look racist. we see you, oscars. part of this is racial but some of it is cultural, too. if you're a 70-year-old white guy voting for the oscars you don't understand why a f-mow like "straight out of compton" is important and meaningful to younger people, white and sglak but if you're a 70-year-old white guy voting for the nominations you know the "rocky" story from years ago and just because it's mostly a black story line now, why would you not recognize it? >> and performances should be across racial lines, not "straight out of compton." >> hard to explain, really it. willie, thanks very much. coming up, why some schools are cutting class time for kids to make room for four recesses.
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former flight attendant tells all. >> i first want to thank all the critics that voted for me. it must be a super hard job because of all the other actors in this ceremony. >> the acceptance speech at the critics choice award "today," monday, january 18th, 2016.'m3 f2 cumpleaos en el "today show". >> celebrating my birth a
>> good morning. >> come to say hi from "today." >> it's 8:00 now on monday morning, january 18th, 2016. martin luther king day, a national holiday. we've got a big crowd on our plaza and a chilly morning in the northeast. >> really chilly and a little windy as well >> it's chilly, but they warm us up here. this crowd is great. >> tamron is here, savannah well. willie and dylan and tamron is here. meanwhile, we're going to be coming up and talking about some of the things that you probably want to know about airlines and plane travel. >> do we want to know these things? >> i bet we have some questions. >> knowledge is power and off the record we can't tell you some of the things that we've been discussing that we've noticed on planes as of late. >> no, and it's amazing how we got that plane in our studio. that's an amazing shot there. most of my questions about airplanes have to do with that
we'll get to that in a second. >> how often do you use that? >> as much as you have to. >> as rarely as possible. >> first, natalie's got a check of this morning's top stories. natalie. >> all right, guys, good morning once again. in the final debate before the iowa caucuses democrats bernie sanders and hillary clinton clashed over gun control, wall street and health care. clinton accused sanders of voting with the gun lobby. he criticized her for earning speaking fees from financial firms, and sanders insisted his medicare for all plan would not dismantle obamacare. >> now, there are things we can do to improve it, but to tear it up and start over again pushing our country back into that kind of a contentious debate i think is the wrong direction. >> that is nonsense! what a medicare for all program does is
finally provide in this country health care for every man, woman and child as a right! >> clinton said she would build on president obama's legacy, but sanders called for an end to establishment politics.
released by iran as part of a prisoner exchange arrived in germany overnight for medical evaluation. among them is "washington post" correspondent jason rezaian who was held for 18 months on espionage charges, which he denies. i spoke this morning with his brother ali, who like their mother, worked tirelessly
for jason's release. >> nothing compared to what jason and others went through in tehran. jason being locked up virtually in solitary confinement for as you said 545 days since he got out. >> ali hopes to be reunited with his brother today. he didn't have much information about his brother's physical condition, but he said he sounded upbeat and positive on the phone. a firefighter's helmet-cam captured the dramatic rescue of three people, including a baby in fresno, california. the family was trapped on the second floor of their home. a firefighter raised a ladder to their window. the parents handed him a bundled up baby before being led down
nobody was hurt, thankfully. the cause of that fire now under investigation. now a disturbing story out of florida. investigators say a call to 911 back in september went unanswered because the operator was busy ordering pizza. >> reporter: it's an urgent call for help gone unanswered. >> he started to convulse, had a seizure and fell out the exam chair and crashed. >> a patient at this ft. lauderdale eye doctor had a seizure. when the staff called 911 for help, they got no answer. now a county investigation said the operator was busy ordering pizza. >> pickup for delivery. >> for delivery, please. >> it's a business, the sunrise police department. >> okay. what can i get for you? >> let me have one slice of cheese pizza. >> the call goes on for over eight minutes with the operator even taking time to double check prices. >> that one is 9.49. >> 9.49. okay. and the -- i think that's all my
card orders. >> the staff who dealt with the emergency in shock. >> i thought there would be more than one person answering the phone. i can't believe there's just the one lady. >> the patient recovered and was okay. the emergency operator frances francois who didn't respond to a request for comment received a written reprimand. the report on the broward county's investigation found, quote, during this time frame miss francois failed to respond to the incoming 911 calls despite audible tones and visual alerts resulting in the 911 calls going unanswered and abandoned. but now ft. lauderdale is re-evaluating relying on the broward county operators in the future. >> we need to look at going back to our own police and fire and 911 dispatch system. we're going to do that analysis. >> can you even begin to believe that? excuse me, i'm ordering a pizza. >> how many minutes did it go? >> like eight minutes. >> eight minutes, yeah, a long
>> natalie, thank you very much. >> thank you, natalie. >> now to a radical concept being tested in texas. >> at a time when academic demands on even the youngest students are higher than ever one school is giving kids more recess. here is nbc's janet shamlian. these first graders are incredibly attentive. >> if you need help just raise your hands. >> no one is distracted and the teacher says they are like this all the time. >> they are all working and doing what they are supposed to be doing. >> so what's the secret? >> at brown elementary school in irving, texas, kindergartens and first graders get not one break, not two, but a total of four 15-minute recess periods every day. typical recess it's a free for all. experts say there's so much value in this unstructured time. >> more than double what they had before. they begin two hours after the first cell and are spread throughout the school down. other north texas schools are
more frequent breaks based on finland's acclaimed schooling system. the project headed by texas christian university and debby rhea. >> there's between one and two hours a day of what we call distractions in the classroom that with this recess it takes away from the distraction and, therefore, they are on point the whole time they are in the classroom now. >> reporter: rhea says benefits go beyond academics. stronger social skills and the obvious advantages of physical activity. while some schools are doing away with recess, brown elemenenry it's academics that gets more attention. >> it's so much higher than it was in the past. the majority of our parents really believe that our kids needed more, you know, play and flexibility in schools. >> reporter: 6-year-old taylen chambers, her mom says is thriving. >> now she comes home, ready to do her homework, play, ride her bicycle and has a lot more
>> reporter: and no surprise kids think it's great. >> i think it's really good because we can get our wiggle jiggles out and it's really -- it is exercise. >> reporter: the trial will expand to oklahoma and california schools soon. with recess on the rise, schools test more frequent study breaks. for "today," janet shamlian, nbc news, irving, texas. >> i like it. >> do a little unscientific poll. like? >> i think for younger kids, i think it's good because kids get easily distracted, and i don't think they can really focus. you like it? >> i love the points you made about socializing. that's a part of growing up and learning. >> i think it's great. >> i've got a 6-year-old dude. he's going to run like a puppy every 15 minutes. >> needs the bathroom every 15 minutes also. >> want to know how you feel about this. do your kids get enough recess? do you think they should get more? join the conversation on our website, today.com. meanwhile, up next, get on
be amazed. get the calculator specifically ready. we're going to teach you how to use someone's shoe size. this is incredible, like a magic trick, to try to figure out their age. get the calculator ready. >> carrie not with big. why "sex in the city's" ending got it all wrong. how often are passenger planes thoroughly clean? >> and do pilots ever nap in the cockpit? on our new series consumer confidential, a former flight attendant tells all, and she's not holding back anything, but
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you want to grab your cal clarity right now. this equation begins with your shoe size. all right? you enter your shoe size, shouldn't be a half size. do a full size. plugging in some numbers, it gives you your age. prepare to be amazed. first you start with that shoe size. multiply it by five. do it for me on the calculator. so size 10 shoe. multiplied by five. add 50. add 50. multiply that number by 20. and now add 1,015. subtract your birth year. to me that is 1957. >> 1912? >> 1957. you should end up, 1058, that's my shoe size and i'm 58 years old. >> it worked. >> size 13 for me.
>> it said i'm like 84. >> let's try with you. i'm a size 7 shoe. >> go back to the part where i give the instruction, guys? >> times five. >> seven times five plus 50. >> okay. >> multiply by 20. >> times 20. >> plus 1,015. and then subtract your birth year. >> 1970. >> and that's me! i'm 45. >> well done. >> that's mazing. >> yes, it's correct. you are. again, doesn't really work for anybody who's had a birthday already this year. >> okay. >> and who has one of those half size shoes. >> do we know where that came from? >> how is your shoe size part of the equation? you start off with your shoe size? >> clearly. >> okay. all right.
to calculate in your mind, relationships are filled with milestones from your first kiss to tying the knot. but what time is the right time? so here we go. a recent match.com survey revealed modern day milestones. first, when is a good time to say i love you? anybody guess? >> whether you mean it, obviously. >> maybe two months or. so. >> really? >> i think you figure somebody out by then, yeah. >> they say after five moves dating. but get this 27% say they get intimate with a partner between one and two weeks. >> wow. >> most guys say i love you right before that moment. right before. >> okay. maybe your relationship status, that comes after five months. introducing your partner to your best friend, 60% do that nifrt month. you need somebody to verify somebody you're crazy b but meeting the parents, an average of six months. i'm even longer. i -- i take forever to introduce
>> that can put a real wrinkle in things. make sure you're on solid ground before you do. that. >> there is interesting. it takes people longer to hold hands on that kiss a new partner. we were talking about that. >> people find holding hands to be very intimate. >> i love it. >> public display. >> it's nice. >> and it's a lost art too. people think you have to go in. tender age. >> so is kissing, by the way. >> i know. all right. a roundup of last night's critic choice awards and a touching tribute to david bowie. >> all eyes on the winners with the oscars ahechltd here is our roundup. best picture went to "spotlight" last night. best actor, leo decaprio. best actress, brie larsson winning again for "room." the most awards, nine all told,
that's a good one. night's biggest winner of all, 9-year-old jacob tremble. his speech won over everybody in the room. check it out. >> it's this is super cool. this is the best day of my life! >> there you go. >> i first want to say thank you me. it must be a super hard vote because there are a lot of other great actors in this cat gorey. you know where to put. this right on the shelf besides my falcon. >> oh, my gosh! i did an event where he won an award two weeks ago. he got up on stage and the first award he won. he said you never forget your first, am i right, guys? you got to watch this kid. he's unbelievable. >> he is so fun. >> all right.
tribute to david bowie. first "saturday night live" of the year, they returned to hohn yort legend airy rock star. reairing bowie's first snl performance from 1979. just this weekend, bowie reached a milestone he never had in life, a number one album on the american billboard chart. he's been close but never got that top spot. his album "black star" released before his death overtook adelle by the end of the week. i'm still listening to bowie on a loop, even through this weekend. so fun. finally, "sex in the city" was the ending a big mistake? the show's creator speaking in and out an interview saying if things gone his way, carrie would not have had her happily ever after with mr. baits. he said, i think the show ultimately betrayed what it was about, which is that women don't ultimately find happiness from marriage, not that they can't, but the show initially was going off script for romantic comedies that had come before it. that's what made women so attached."
write or produce, you have to let them follow their vision and that is your pop start. what do you think? >> i wish they had ended up together as well. >> really? >> yeah. i think it would have allowed the series to be more intriguing and the what if. like you would think about it afterwards. >> i just want the shoe closet. i don't care about the guy. >> how about a clefk the weather. another storm making its way on shore out west, it's a series of storms, it's like a train bringing in storm after storm that will produce a lot of rain, also mountain snow, the snow is good to build up that mountain snow pack in the sierra. we will see pockets of heavy
that's a look at the weath >> and that's your latest forecast. >> dylan, thank you. we're kicking off a brand new series this morning calling it "consumer confidential" revealing things we don't always know but have always wondered about certain products and services. first up air travel. sarah keagle is a retired flight attendant with more than 20 years of experience and the found thor of the flyingpinto.com. good morning, nice to have you here. >> good morning. >> thanks for bringing your jetliner in. first of all, no matter what happens on a plane and it goes wrong, don't take it out on the flight attendant, right, right? >> right, right. >> you guys hate that. >> we hate, that of course, yes. >> we all want to know. we're clean freaks here. >> yeah.
plane top to bottom, i mean the whole thing? >> just depends. most of the aircrafts fly all the time because that's how they make money so sometimes they remain overnight at a station and that's when they get the thorough cleaning. >> nastiest places, tray tables. >> tray tables, seat back pockets, lavatories. >> the head rest. >> the head rest. >> but your hands don't touch the head rest often but they do touch those. >> bring the wipes with you. >> that's what she does. >> people look at me and i'm like want one. wipe down the whole thing. >> she wipes down the person sitting next to her also. >> what about the blankets that you get in the sealed plastic bags, have they really been cleaned? >> they have been washed. >> i doubted that. i thought they put them back. >> if they are fold will, the cleaners put them up off the seat and put them back. >> the drink cart, big interaction with the flight attendants. what should we not drink? >> well, you can drink anything off the drink cart. >> okay.
if you're really a freak about germs, because the tanks -- are potable water tanks so it's hard to get them clean. i've seen some studies on those. didn't look too good. >> the huge water bottles, that they pour out. is that bottled water. >> it's bottled water. once in a while i've seen flight attendants refill those with the water on the plane if we run out but it's not too often. you're safe. >> ask for bottled water. >> talk about the lavatory, that tiny little alice in wonderland bathroom that a lot of us squeeze our heads into. what should we know about the bathroom? >> they are small. >> i know that. >> you barely want to brush your hair in there so i wouldn't do anything, you no what i'm saying. >> can you get into the bathroom in someone gets locked in there? >> we can, for emergency situations and also we lock those during takeoffs and landings because in case of an emergency if you had to evacuate those doors actually push in so we want to make sure nobody
>> i want to ask the question. mile high club. how often does it happen? >> it's real. i haven't seen it but i've seen two people enter the bath sgloom what do you do in those situations? >> what if one of them isn't feeling well? >> very first flights, another season flight attendant knew they were in there and i didn't and came out a few minutes later he's like go give them some ice, go tell them to cool off. >> oh, my goodness. >> there's no real policy on it. >> let's talk delays when a flight is delayed. sometimes it's because of the passengers as well. why? >> it can be. boarding is a stressful process for everybody, and if everybody brings on their carry-on bags, sometimes there isn't enough room and that delation. >> and it's frustrating for the flight attendants because you get paid when the doors closed. >> we just get paid for flight time so we don't get paid until the doors close as well. >> i didn't know that. >> a lot of dings going on in the airplane and when the landings the lights dim also, is
is that necessary? >> yes. we actually want your eyes adjusted to outside in case of an emergency. you can escape. >> never realized that. >> i didn't either. >> someone wrote in is it okay to tip the flight attendants? >> well, it kind of the airlines discourages it but if somebody insists we don't want to insult them. >> sarah k kee agle, thank you very much. >> thank you. we'll be back after your
our thanks to all these people for sticking around. we've got some people enjoying a holiday today. savannah is off. al is off and we've got tamron here, dylan here, willie, mile high geist is here as well. trying to stay warm. >> huddling together. meanwhile, coming up, joy bauer is here with the next step in her start today diet cleanse that can result, we're told, in big weight loss. >> you're not going to be happy. >> she's now going to take away all fatty meats. >> all the groans. >> another woman committed to living right, jillian michaels, her life. >> and we'll clear the include thener your closet, tamron by teaching you how to hang, fold >> fitted sheets. >> dylan, how about a check of the weather. >> actually watching a pretty
meantime, we're going to start to see some temperatures work back into the northeast and stretching into the upper midwest. temperatures today in minneapolis, a high of about 2 degrees, and it legal feel like it's well below zero. rain moving into the west coast, also some snow in the rockies and also snowing today through parts of the northern plains and back through montana, too. now, tomorrow, we could see a quick clipper system produce some snow and perhaps 3 to 5 inches possible through northern missouri and also stretching into iowa and minnesota, and we are looking for that to try to spread eastward as we go into the middle of the week.
across the latest forecast. willie. >> all right. dylan, thanks a lot. all this month we've been talking about small steps to change your life with the start today series, and now it is your kids' turn. you can go to today.com/parentingteam to join our online community and share any questions you have about teaching children healthy habits. today's parenting team is a place for people to share challenges and solutions. we'll be focusing on these four areas, fitness, nutrition, money and organization. our start today experts will be getting to your questions on a show coming up soon. matt? >> all right, willie, thank you very much. speaking of start today, it's week number three of our campaign as we help conquer your resolutions once and for all. this morning today nutritionist joy bauer is here with her next step in her diet cleanse. joy, good morning. nice to see you. >> good morning. a lot of people are doing this,
i'm going to make you a believer. >> i understand this. have you to give certain things up as you try to get healthier in the new year. do i real very to give up all fatty meats? >> not real re, and, first of all, can you have all the things that you love every once in a while but i'm going to show you three easy ways that you can help with things like barbecued ribs and chicken and make you a believer. >> last week you introduced us to get fit frank. >> yes. >> who are we making made it. >> slim down sale. let's bring her up. >> there she is. >> she is starting out a little bit out of shape, but i'm going to show you just by doing three easy swaps. she will help to swap some of the fatty meats that she loves. she will have a remarkable transformation and she's going to be enjoying delicioused to as well. >> we've already mentioned ribs. hi them last night impingt love them. what should i do instead of eating ribs? >> matt, when you order it had last night, a half of rack clocks in at 1,200 calories and 80 grams of fast.
when you prepare them at home my version, i'm calling this the joy version, is only 416 calories for a hearty portion and here's how you make them. you start with lean pork tenderlines and slice it is into thin strips and skewer it, these are our bones, right and you'll marinade it in your favorite barbecue sauce just five to six minutes on the grill, that's it. so huge savings. if you were to do this once a week, at the end of the year you would save yourself more than 40,000 categories which is the equivalent of 82 pounds of pork tenderloin which we're going to be donating throughout new york city to soup banks and to -- soup kitchens and food banks. >> and if we make this swap how does it help sally, what's the imsnakt. >> she's going to drop 12 pound. more energy to play with her kids, feeling real inspired and motivated. >> now toburgers. >> again, most people love burgers.
burger, what are you consuming? >> about 600 calories because the majority of time you're making it with fatty ground chuck. instead, you're going to elevate your burger by using a combination of lean ground poultry, either chicken or turkey combined with black beans. this is one of the coolest strategies. you increase your plant-based protein and lower the call gris from 600 to 275, and can you follow any recipe. >> do you this all year, maybe once a week. what do you save? >> more than 50,000 calories which is the equivalent of 120 cans of beans. pretty cool, and, again, being donated right after that. i love this. >> let's go back to sally. >> she's doing two tips now. now loses another 15 pounds so she is down a total of 27 pounds from two simple tips. you like fried chicken? >> these are two of my favorite things, ribs and fried chicken. all right. what do we do -- first of all, how much is that costing me in
>> 680 calories from a piece of fried breast and a fried thigh, . here's how you make unfried chicken in a snap. you take skin less thighs or breasts and you dunk them in some egg, coat them with whole grain bread crumbs seasoned up. and you put them in a very hot oerch oven, 450 for about 15 minutes and you have crispy unfried chicken. this works for fish as well. you save 54,000 calories. the equivalent of 100 pounds soft chicken. of chicken. are you ready for sally? a total of 43 pounds lost. let's look at her before and after together. this is pretty
>> my lawyer suggested it. i was telling him a story about how my partner heidi had ordered chickens in the mail and i had to go to the post office and pick them up and there was a chicken missing. he was like your life is absurd, you should do a show. as it kind of marinated i thought it would be hilarious. here we are. >> i'm obsessed with your kids. even though they're not the focus of the show, they are the stars. >> they are. the kids are quite honestly very used to being about cameras. they were on the cover of people magazine the first week they came into our lives. so they're not on it that much, but when they are, you can't help by being mesmerized by them because kids are hilarious. >> were there any ground rules? did you set anything off limits?
i've always been a very open book. we try to deal with on the show the same issues that families are dealing with in their work, in their personal lives. it's funny, it's heart felt. hopefully you will be entertained. >> it is entertaining. you talk about the juggle of home and business, which is a big part of who you are. >> i think we all deal with that, though. you deal with that and every other person i talk to tried to find that perfect balance. i don't think we ever quite find it. it's all about the comedy of errors that occur as we struggle to do that. >> how many years were you on biggest loser? >> ten maybe. >> did people walk up to you on the street and add for advice about losing weight? >> they absolutely do. you see a little bit of that on the show. i love that. that's a real honor to feel like you were a part of someone's
i wouldn't change that for the world. >> you're still willing to give great advice on how to conquer lose weight and getting healthy. >> i try. should i give a tip? listen to joy. that was a good tip. don't eat that stuff. >> one of the things i think is nice about this new show is i think people are used to seeing the hard driving, tougher side of you and i think on the show you're going to see the softer side of you. >> you see all sides. we all love a box and a lane and putting someone in a category. the reality is as human beings we're multifaceted. we make mistakes. we grow, we evolve. we can be soft, we can be hard. there's definitely some intense moments when it comes to my work that you see my business partner come in as the cleaning crew.
nbc. >> back now at 8:45. many of us have resolved to get organized and declutter in 2016. once you've started, what do you do with all that stuff? elizabeth mayhew is here to show us how to hang, fold and store everything. it sounds so easy, you think i can do that. but it can really be overwhelming. there's a trick to everything. >> once you get it set up, i promise you your life will be so much better because you will be able to get out the door faster. you're going to feel better
>> i told you i just did my closet. how is your closet at home? >> my closet is organized. but it does take upkeep. every few months i go through and get rid of the things i'm not wearing. first, you've got to get rid of the wire hangers. they don't keep the shape of your clothes that well. and the plastic keeps in all of the chemicals they use at the dry cleaners. get rid of those and invest in good hangers. go to a place like the container store. i do love the huggable hanger. it's very thin. it's amazing how you will maximize your storage space. plus the velvet grips the clothes. you want to put clothes like jackets and blazers on a nice wooden hanger. and if you have a long storage space, the best way to store pants is from the cuff. it keeps the crease.
>> do you color coordinate? do you separate shirts skirts and all of that? >> long sleeve shirts here, short sleeve and separates below. color coordinating is really nice. think about a store you walk into. most stores are color coordinate coordinated for a reason. >> scarves and things like that. >> let's talk about folding. not everything gets hung. sweaters should be folded. they're going to lose their shape on a hanger. a great way to fold is use this flip fold. this is what they use in stores. one, two. as you fold this part up like that and then fold up and now lift your thirty. it's perfect.
something like t-shirts, rather than making a stack, put them in a drawer like this. most people do not know how to fold a fitted sheet. >> it's impossible. >> it's not impossibly. put all the elbows together and flip them in on itself. you have a nice l shape. put it down like that. now you've got a rectangle. and you can pretty much go anyway you want, crease it down. >> that's like a magic trick. >> the other thing about storing while you work on this situation, is once you have that folded, a great way to store your sheets is to put the entire
that way the whole set stays together. then you put it in your linen closet and you're good to go. stick your hands out. hold these. you're going to go inside. see the elbow to elbow. >> this is mystifying. >> now slip this elbow and put these inside of that one. i do feel like a magician. >> there's no way. this is what i do. >> lastly, i love to use these labeled canvas boxes especially for things that are out of season like bathing suits. you throw those in. and things that you're not using frequently you put up on the top shelf like bathing suits. and put the things you're using more frequently like hats and gloves and switch it out. i'm going to have you work on this. i promise you there's going to
week of slow cooker recipes to take some of the stress at planning a meal and preparing a meal. katie quinn is the host of the youtube channel cue katie. good to have you back. >> good morning, matt. >> joy just told us to get rid of fatty meat and this is a great recipe because you can make it meat-free. >> you can make it with chicken as well. >> got a couple of hacks to make things easier starting with garlic. >> always a pain to like peel the garlic gloves. easy-peasy. put it in two metal boys and then you just shake. >> does that really take the shell off? >> my buddy todd coleman showed me this trick and i did not believe. even after like two seconds. do that for three more seconds and you're good. >> cutting cherry tomatoes. this i i ingenious.
sliced cherry tomatoes and it's hard to do it as once. put them in two plastic containers, long chef night, check it out. >> chickpeas, a little tip for people. >> save the chickpea liquid. after you drain it, you would put that down the drain, right. >> no. >> this is like liquid gold. it's a vegan egg replacement in baking dishes and i promise you cannot taste benz in your docking. >> sounds grade. back to the ingredient force the this dish you're going to make and this is a chicken vegetable curry stew. >> yeah, and it's delicious and healthy. >> take a look at what we've got here. not too many ingredients. >> and the spices, the curry powder and coriander and cinnamon give it such nice depth of flavor. >> and we mention this is slow cooker week here so this is really easy to prepare in advance. talk about what we're going to do. >> the best thing about all slow cooker dishes like dump and stir and then your job is done so if you want to grab the vegetables, carrots, green beans, onions and potato, just dump those all in
if have you a vegetable in your fridge about to go bald, don't throw it out, upon it in the dish, no biggie. >> what's next? >> our spices. >> throw that? >> all of it. >> what is in there. >> this is tapioca, quick acting tapioca powder, thingsen it up. >> gives it the consistency, red pepper flakes, corando, kir and a bit of cinnamon and then we're going to give it a little misaki, misaki like that, and then our chicken thighs. you want to help me grab those. >> you can go meatless. if you don't want to put chicken in here just forget it. >> absolutely. >> or put cauliflower inside or >> okay. >> want to grab your vegetable broth and put that over it and our job is done. >> that's it. >> it's as easy as that. >> that sits and slow cooks for how long? >> on lote eight to nine hours. >> if you're in a pinch for time, four to five hours on high. >> let's talk about what it
>> how good does this dish smell? >> the smell is uncybill, really is. >> so we've go the our vegetables, got our chicken which by the way should probably be really tender and almost fall apart on its own. >> how do you top it? >> last thing is to add the diced tomatoes, canned diced tomatoes and do the slice the cherry tomatoes as a garnish on top and mix that in and let it sit for five minutes, that's all and then it's ready to serve. >> take it out ander is of it here. what's this? >> this is a cucumber raida and i like to top with this, a nice creamy texture topped with parsley and cilantro. katie quick with a slow cooker dish that's certain to please. thank you very much. appreciate it.
>> get all the recipes on this morning on "today's take" amy schumer, winners of the critics choice award and wait until you hear what she had to say tonight. "grease" is the word. the new danny zuko is here to tell us about slipping into that leather jacker and a delicious slow cooker recipe that lets you leave the kitchen and still have dinner on the table. all that and more coming up next.
this the "it today's take" with willie geist, al roker, natalie morales and tamron hall live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today." it's monday morning and that's a beautiful live picture of martin luther king's memorial on the national mall on this january the 18th, 2016. if you've ever been to washington, you know how striking
it is. if you haven't, make sure you get to that memorial. it's just awesome. >> it's really beautiful. but, of course, d.c. is beautiful. >> it is, it is. >> so many memorials and monuments, that one definitely striking. >> inside studio 1a, i'm willie along with natalie and tamron. what's the morning jam. >> "one day." >> with matisyahu. i how the for mlk day, would be a perfect moment to celebrate >> yeah. >> look that one up. >> it's a good song. >> pump it up. >> we like it. >> they pumped it up. >> and they do. thank you, guys. >> thank you, deejay. >> wow.
choice awards. >> yes. >> and a lot of the winners apparently are supposed to be a good indicator for the oscars even though i thought the golden globes. they change the goal post constantly. "spotlight" which is an incredible film was one of the negotiate's big winners taking best picture, best supporting actor and actresses and best acting ensemble. obviously this is about the catholic church scandal and the "boston globe's" role. >> reporting on it. >> reporting it and it's absolutely brilliant. did it win any golden globe awards? >> it did not, and this has been building momentum and everybody is sure to be odds-on oscar favorite. >> it's brilliant, but i have to tell you "mad middlesex fury road." >> that's been gaining. >> it started winning all these international awards. >> yeah, okay. >> and won last night, the most honors including best director. do not sleep on that movie. >> heroes the thing. i did sleep on that movie. >> you slept through that. >> you fell asleep at "star
>> we got the movie on demand and stlat with my husband. i'm going to see what this movie is all b.like 30 minutes in i'm like -- >> which happened in "star wars." >> no commentary on the move, a comment on this one. >> honestly though. i get it, i can see the cinematography >> when was last time you stayed up at a movie? >> the thing is like i -- and i understand the intention of the movie, but it wasn't my kind of movie. >> that's fair, that's fair. >> it may not be for all of you. there's a lot of violence, a lot of like weird chasing desert for water and -- >> it's not just a blowing up stuff movie though. got a good story. >> there is a story line behind it but it took a while to build to that story and by then i was out. >> this is making no sense to me. >> i did have a glass of wine in hand. >> i suspected and didn't want to bring that up. i suspected there was something else working against you. >> this clears everything up. >> wine and movies do not mix. >> on friday night after a long
go back to "star wars." we -- >> it was not a friday night but there was another component very similar. >> we ate a lot. >> a lot of food, a lot of food. >> leonardo dicaprio, he got best actor for "the revenant" and our buddy brie larson, best actress, and she deserves it for "room." >> at this point it would be a shock if those two didn't win the oscars. they are cleaning up every award. >> the screen actor's guild, everything. >> and our other favorite sly stallone, best supporting actor in the move "creed." >> and he did thank brian cooingler. >> hand michael b. jordan. >> what got the most laughs amy schumer's acceptance speech for the mvp. >> i love that they have han mvp award. >> is that the espys? >> theft mvp award. take a listen. >> and thank you for this trophy covering the reason i had to write my own [ bleep ]. if you're an actress and you
you to write your own stuff if you want to get it made, right here. this is where i get really brave as i start out to write. that's what you want everyone to say when a naked photo of you goes viral. you want them to -- you want them to say like it was -- what a brave photo. you're like thanks. wow. thank you. >> so she won the mvp award so they knew they would get her up on the stable and she also won best actress in a comedy for "train wreck". >> and had a great night last night. >> and gave a shout-out to the new boyfriend. >> that's a big move. talked earlier in our trending like when do you take your loved one to meet the parents and all that have? >> when you upgrade your status on social media. >> when you say his name at an
>> and it's only been like a couple of months. >> that we know of. >> that we know of. that is a big deal. >> all right. speaking of big deals, last week steve harvey and miss colombia finally sat down. they did their first interview, her first interview rather since harvey incorrectly named her miss universe, and he had a very honest conversation on his show, actually two shows about this. they call it the truth show about this awkward moment. of course, seen around the world. >> it was my mistake. >> how did you feel about the way i handled the situation? this is know nerve-racking. >> you laugh. >> is this for real? >> yeah, yeah. >> youave to learn how to read cards cards. because it was on the card. >> you wanted me to win, you
>> i wanted you to win. hey, that's it. i wanted to win. i can leave it at that. >> i thought you were about to make a joke. >> that would have been the worst damn joke i've ever written in my life. >> he's going to be again in the mood, you know, making the people laugh and he's going to make a joe, you know, like oprah. you are miss universe. you are miss universe. everyone is miss universe. >> i love her. >> she's all some. >> she's absolutely adorable. i was there for the taping of the shows, and she gave it back to him pretty good. he mispronounced her name at one point. and he called her adriana and she's like steve you don't get it right. you don't get the cards right, when are you going to get it right? >> might have a co-host for the next miss universe. >> it's interesting you say that because in my interview i predicted that, that she will be his co-host, and he -- he pretty
was probably right, but we'll have to wait and see if that's truly going to happen. >> we said this in realtime, the best possible thing that could have ever happened to miss colombia. we're getting to know her and see her personality. >> nobody knows the first runner up after the pageant is over. >> right. >> now everybody knows who she is so miss universe, the truth, part one airs today, and tomorrow, so go to steveharveytv.com for the time and channel. >> that's super cool. >> video from the world of sports. a little drama. oregon state/utah playing over the weekend. forward jam a.m. reed didn't get a call he was looking for from the official so he stuck out his leg and tripped the ref. let's see the video. reed was ejected with less than 3:00 remaining in the game. they thought he was fouledin >> okay. >> so watch as the ref runs by, contact. he's ejected immediately. >> is that it? >> the game was tied, by the way, right there, so they missed him.
there. >> i think you should get more >> yeah. >> probably get fined. >> this just happened. >> well, they don't fine him, but they will suspend him. >> we don't have video but what happened with aaron rodgers? he was trending the -- >> he threw one of the greatest plays in the history of the nfl. threw a hail mary at the end of regulation on saturday night to overtime. looked like the game is over. throws a bomb. they catch, it goes to overtime and the cardinals won the game but the rodgers throwing pass, twisting sideways off his back foot. >> i never saw that he was trending. i don't know why that randomly popped in my mind. >> glad you're focused on your sport. >> whales you got? >> so who is going to win, the patriots or -- >> patriots are going to win on the road. >> right. >> and carolina is going to win it all. cam against brady in the super bowl. oh, it's going so good. >> amazing. >> how many times brady and manning faced off? >> have they played each other?
heard that this morning. >> is it like 12. >> 17. >> in the playoffs or overall? >> i just heard 17. >> 17 times. >> just -- i would think it would be more. >> i think in the playoffs then. >> the playoffs, that's too many. >> anyway. >> when you test someone's fact knowledge you should know. >> i heard it in the answer. >> on the radio this morning. >> 17 all time makes sense. >> in the playoffs is too many, and this could be the last time because peyton may retire. >> and brady? >> playing as well as he wants. >> still in his prime right now even though he's 38. >> speaking of our tom brady, patriots fan, dylan dreyer. >> me. how did you know that? i've never talk about that before. >> that piece of paper that you carried around this morning since 6:00 a.m. >> on my folder. i'm happy the healthy pats are back. it was an awesome game on saturday. we'll see what happens sunday. in the meantime, let's talk about the cold air. it's windchill that we're talking about today. with. advisories are in effect all through the upper midwest and northern plains and stretching
right in through here, north central iowa, that's where we have the possibility of windchills. 25 to 40 degrees below zero. actual air temperatures 10 below in minneapolis, 4 below in chicago, but it feels like 24 below. by the time we get into this afternoon and evening that's when colder air will start to settle into the northeast and new york city, it will kneel like 12 by the time you get out of work later today. charles phonowill feel like 5
>> hand that's your latest forecast. >> thanks, dylan. >> i'm showing you the hail mary and now you understand why he's trending. >> it's monday morning but we have to watch it now. >> dylan, thanks. what's keeping you up at night? one of the surpr hey, remember the game when i set the rookie passing record? i mean, you only mentioned what, 50 times... how about when i had three events in one night? well, i've been working on my new superhero move all day! we're non stop, we've gotta have our extra protein. oikos triple zero greek non fat yogurt has 15 grams of protein. zero added sugar, zero artificial sweetener and zero fat. and zero holding me back! oikos triple zero. be unstoppable. mmm dannon recently we've noticed some ads created by these two birds, inviting you to stay away from the streak free shine of windex. well dear windex users these ads are false.sfx: squeaks from window cleaning clean glass is better than dirty glass. don't stand for dirty.
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>> an allergist and immunologist joins us from inglewood hospital and medical center. good to see you, good morning. >> good morning. dust is the last thing that we would think would keep up up and night. >> dust and dust mites, bedrooms are the them one place that have dust. associated with nasal congestion, kaufgs that linger for weeks and weeks at a time because these allergens which you inhale while you're sleeping and spending time in your bedroom actually causes a local reaction in your nose and airway so when people tell me they can't shake that cough, they can't get rid of that stuffiness, especially in the winter when we're spending more time indoors, i'm thinking of indoor allergens and i'm wondering what's happening in their bedroom. >> already. you're going to quiz us okay. >> what do we do here? >> both of you are picking up these dusters. i want you to go through the room and look for the dust hot
if you've got the answers right. >> got a dusty lamp right here. i know he's dusty. he looks like it. >> i'm going to say the rug. >> tamron's perfume bottles are very dusty. >> my bed, that's dusty. >> and flower. >> okay. >> fantastic. >> how did we do? >> i've got to say a-plus. >> really. i'm really impresses. you kind of hit on everything. we'll go through them quickly. i'm really happy to see that you put the duster on the lamp shade because dust mites, they feed off the human skin cells and this linen shade will harbor the dust and wipe them down and with a portable vacuum with a hepa filter. the bed, the mattresses are full
encasings and regularly wash your bedding, but the big thing with this bed is the upholstered bed board and base board. you can definitely expect that these -- the stuffing harbors these dust mites and, again, if you can afford getting this. >> if i already have it. >> if you already have it, you want to use a portable either steam cleaner and also, again, a vacuum with a hepa filter so that the dust you're putting in the vacuum doesn't come out. >> how often do you dust it? >> mine is right. >> at least once a week. >> especially if you have existing. that might be overkill if you're not experiencing any of the symptoms, but if you do have the sims toms. >> you have to be religious about it. >> little teddy bear here. >> also, anything that's stuffed, you know. one good way with stuffed animals, stick them in the freezer. >> really. >> for 24 hours. >> any extreme in temperature will kill dust mites. >> that's good.
attached to it, don't get rid of it. >> tom working and you put to put it in the dryer. >> find a big enough freezer bag. >> put my kids in the freezer. >> i don't know how many people clutter-free night stands. we're not inclined to move tons of stuff and wipe it down. clean, wipe and wash. this is hard to wipe so try to keep your night stand free. so close to where you're sleeping and where you're inhaling the dust mit at the and the big thing, the carpet. >> you can expect millions of dust mites in your carpet. we prefer wood or tile floors. you're really going to have something there. throw russian are better that you can throw in the rug. >> and i'm distracted by your book choice, ann rand. >> i like it. >> dr. ogden, thanks very much. >> thanks for having me. coming up, the guy taking over the leather jacket for john travolta in the new version of "griese" live.
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nbc has gone very well and been successful. how do you prepare for this kind of similar to the "les mis" shot, approach it like you're doing a play and once we get on set kind of resetting everything you're doing specifically for their camera shot so it's an interesting marriage between the two worlds. >> i love it and i'm looking at your hair now. >> getting there. >> almost to a full zuko. >> you know the hair is a big deal. >> nice. >> that's 80% of it. >> we were talking about it how great it is to interintroduce kids and kids who normally don't have a chance to get to the theaters. >> what's great about light television, have the luxury of living in new york city and can go see broadway shows and if you live all over the country and travel here and if you do it's expensive.
sit down together and get to share this, especially with "grease" that i'm sure a lot of parents are familiar with and the kids may not be so they can sit down and share their stories with the kid. >> the travolta role was so iconic and burns into people's minds. >> mine, too. >> sure. >> do you try to replicate that performance and bring something new to it? how do you treat it? >> it's interesting. i'm not an actor that shies away from watching what other people have done. i think what john did in the movie is so unbelievable and i did give myself a couple of weeks of rehearsal to find it myself and then i sat down and watched the film and that's what he's doing and that's what he's thinking because it is such an iconic thing where i want to make it my own and i feel like we have a responsibility to in a way nod to what the great work that they did. so it's a fine line we're walking. >> you going to do that move. >> that's in there. that's in there. on the bleachers. >> got a little game we call grease lightning that we want to play with you. >> first move toe rock your socks off.
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at a gathering of italy's christian movement at the vatican, as the pope walked by a woman pulled out the picture of a young boy believed to be her son. francis reached down and blessed the photo of the toddler. that's pretty cool. let's get a check of the weather from dylan. i guess it still works if it's the pope blessing. >> i think so. i think whatever he touches it blesses everything no matter what. pretty interesting week. colder temperatures in the northern part, over the great lakes producing lake-effect snow. stormy pattern out west with rain in california and snow in the mountains. midweek quick clipper system will produce some lighter snow showers, 2 to 5 inches through kentucky and west virginia. by the end of the week we're going to watch a pretty decent storm system develop. should bring rain to the southeast. we'll watch it, could be first significant snowstorm in the mid-atlantic. it's still a little early to tell.
much below normal to start off in the eastern half of the country, above normal in the western half. by midweek below normal eastern third. above normal work into texas and down through louisiana. by late week still very much above normal through the northern plains but very >> and that's your late forecast. natalie. >> thank you, dylan.
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>> willie, we've got some canola hill right there. that pan is hotter than the hinges of hell and that's what we want. >> i love you so much. >> just a little bit. >> you heat your pan. >> because what's going to happen. this will turn this into a non-stick surface. hot pan, room temperature oil, non-stick surface. >> fantastic. >> and we put that in there. >> the reason we're doing this is because our crock pot, it's going -- if we don't get a gorgeous color on the outside of it, it's going to be kind of gray. >> we don't want that. >> no. >> doesn't look good. >> for the looks but also it locks in the juices and just makes a fantastic, fantastic roast. >> okay. >> what we'll do. we want to make sure this cooks enough on both sides. when that's ready to turn it will release itself. don't start pulling at it or jabbing -- right now it's kind of giving me a little resistance. >> it will tell. >> you it tells you. >> you want all those brown bits on the roast. we don't want them in the pan.
until you've eaten this. i know that's three ingredients, i get that, and so you're going to taste it and then you're going to get it. here we are. chuck roast. >> and he he's in. >> oh. >> i'm sorry, tamron. is that a new outfit? >> jesus, i hope not. >> you're the best. >> i was going to say bless your heart. is that new. >> then, this is hour zesty italian -- i love that. >> i love that italian seasoning. >> had it forever. it's a classic staple. >> this roast is a classic. >> and now we've got the lid on. >> that's it. >> i hopefully you didn't blink because hone you missed it. >> that was a whole jar of jalapenos. >> those are pepper ho ncini peppers. >> that's tamron's texas. we're not in texas. what we now. our fantastic roast. >> it's beautiful. >> see how it just -- it absolutely just sleds and that's what we want.
it's beautiful served with gorgeous roasted vegetables. we have a farm in oxford, have some of the most amazing vegetables you've ever seen so we do a lot of roasted vegetables. >> so good. >> see. >> it is so good. >> i knew were you judging me and now you're not. >> how long was that in the slow cooker? >> four hours on high and then eight hours on low. >> okay. >> so quickly. >> the next day, this is what it's really all about. we have a little bit of mayonnaise and sour cream, some horseradish. >> and this is going to make the best sauce for our fantastic sandwich. >> toast a little bread. >> open this up. we pile our roast on. >> is that provolone cheese? >> it is. >> and then you're going to put the provolone on top and pit that under the broiler for a second and put your horseradish mayonnaise on it and honey, can you go to town with that thing. >> i don't mind if i do. >> absolutely fantastic. >> this is really one of our favorite things to serve of. it's you know, probably the origins came from some community
around, passed around. our friend makes it all the time. we call it the yost roast in oxford because if somebody has died or had a baby, in-grown toenail the roast is going to be at your doorstep, bringing some wine. >> can we visit you in mississippi? >> i'm serious, come football season, y'all would love it. >> we're going to sign a contract on that. >> today.com/food. she ease amazeing and from slow to fast. >> i'm not letting you go. >> your need for wi-fi speed right after this. >> elizabeth, can you bleeding gums? you may think it's a result of brushing too hard. it's not. it's a sign of early gum disease which you can help reverse by using listerine added to your brushing routine
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>> i called to you talk about your behavior. >> like an hr meeting right in. >> there's been some complaints. >> how do you check your speed to begin with? >> yeah, a couple of great websites. we've all had that where we complain about how fast our internet is going and you know if it's the provider, can you go on a couple of websites and give them to you right now speedtest.net and there's the screen grab. that's what you're going to see. there's a big logo on the front that says start scan or begin test or here's another one bandwidthplace.com and that's on the right side of your screen. free sites. take the average speed. may give the average speeds and logon to the provider's account and it should say right on the bill what the speed should be. if you're not getting the speed call provider. >> if you're not getting the speed. >> the next is move the router closer to the computer. >> so many of us keep our router. we keep it under a desk or if you take a look over here. take a look at this. all these wires around. routers and modems get affected but if there are other wires
other electronic equipment. maybe take your roirt and see if i can actually do this and move it up to a high place and put it on a book shelf. mounted to a wall so it's away from the other electronic equipment and gives you more of a central location, not near thick waltz in your house so the actual signal can get around. >> if it's a different room all together. >> in some cases. >> if that doesn't work the old tried and true reboot. >> haven't we always looked for the reset button that you need a pen for. just yank the power supply out. sometimes it needs a reboo. the other thing to do, by the way, when your wires get gifted that can affect the connection speed so just replace some wires. take a look at that while you're rebooting as well. >> other products to buy or something you can buy to help -- that can help boost your internet. >> i've had this problem at my house because my bedroom is downstairs and my router is upstairs. i couldn't watch netflix in my bedroom. that's a major problem. >> yeah. it wouldn't get the internet. contributing on "narco". >> and the world will come to an end.
of these pips, a range extender which will take your signal and if you put in a central location closer where you want the signal to go it will pick up the signal and extend the range. >> you can watch netflix. >> in my bedroom and i haven't left my house since yesterday. >> saved your relationship. >> exactly. >> all else fails, out of options. what can you do? >> call your internet provider and say you may need a faster internet connections, all these different plans, may not be on the highest plan or complain and here's the proof. i ran the scans, rebooted the modem and node money back. >> jeff rossen, great information. >> thanks, jeff.