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from nbc news this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> beautiful, huh? >> beautiful. >> it's the third day of december, the day after the 83rd annual rockefeller center tree lighting and you are listening to the sounds of the young people's chorus. so beautiful. new york city. i love that song. if you missed it, the group opened a tree lighting show last night. i don't know if that was originally planned to be the opening, but in light of the carnage of yesterday it seemed so right, didn't it? >> i think for a lot of people that horrible shooting in san bernardino happened during the day and some people were aware of it when they got home from work and some people saw the tree lighting and there were performances by mary j. blige and a bunch of wonderful things.
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people. >> it just seems to be happening weekly in our nation somewhere. >> what is a mass shooting? >> mass shooting is four or more people and we've had how many? >> they go through so many of these things, and i think the horrible thing about it is a lot of people have almost become numb to it, and i think you guys know what we're talking about. after sandy hook i remember people said this is going to change everything and i remember feeling it so deep down that that particular shooting at the elementary school was going to change everything and then you see it happening again and again. yesterday's shooting, this sounds -- >> this is unbelievable. >> it's the sixth mass shooting in the u.s. this week. the deadliest shooting in the u.s. since sandy hook and that was three years ago. >> one of the most powerful
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show, they ran the opening and they ran some of the openings of the "today" shows over the past few months and it shows how many we've covered. take a look. >> a massacre when a man walked into a south carolina church, terror in tennessee. authorities are searching in the rampage that ended with four marines dead. >> opens fire in a crowded theater in louisiana killing two people, wounding nine others. >> in memory and in grief, the shocking murders of two colleagues during a live broadcast. >> face of a killer, the gunman who killed nine people in an oregon college. >> carnage in colorado. a 57-year-old man behind bars this morning after a deadly shootout at a planned parenthood clinic. >> you get chills, don't you, just watching that? >> it just seems since it just seems to be so prevalent. we somehow have to come to some kind of compromise in our world today. and i am a total constitutionalist.
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history. it's just a brilliant piece of legislation for governing the affairs of men and women, and i'm a big believer in the second amendment. >> sure, but i want guns only in the hands. the right to bear arms only for those people who are people of peace, and we've got to find a way to keep those kinds of ak-47s that are only designed for mass murder, mass carnage. >> right. >> you don't go out to shoot a deer with that. you don't shoot the ducks, you know, and you don't really defend yourself with something like that, right? >> you can't imagine that you can be on a watch list and not allowed to board a plane and yet you can go in to buy a gun and you're not on the list there. you always hope that this is the thing that makes people -- that wise people on both sides of this controversy will come together and do something, at least. you said something interesting earlier, though. you said these two people that
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would have been able to buy one anyway even with background checks and even what was the other thing. >> i didn't say that. someone else must have. >> yeah. yeah. no prior crime. no record. >> yeah. you also have to think about for those, too, when you think about someone who can and again, the facts are still kind of all coming together, but take their young baby, their 6-month-old, leave it with the mother-in-law and leave that baby knowing either they're going to be in prison or dead when it's over. >> by the end of the day -- >> anyway, it was one of those things you walk in and you shake your head and say not again. >> hoda's right. we don't know all of the facts, and we want to be careful. i did hear something that was upsetting. one of the neighbors came out and said that she'd been watching activity there in the night for quite a period of time and the woman was afraid to say anything because she didn't want to be accused of profiling. so that's also part of our problem.
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correct. remember the old saying around here. if you see something say something. i don't want to put any burden on that person, but what if that person had called and they'd gotten a warrant and gone in and seen -- >> well, if you just think if you have bombs, guns and flak jackets and -- >> all of that stuff. >> it's not -- this wasn't something where it happened in a split second. >> i don't think any peace-loving person keeps that stuff at home. >> you got that right. >> can we move on? >> we have to. we will talk about something that is putting good things into the world. this is 20-year-old gabby caper from maine. she went to goodwill which is an awesome organization. >> she went to dollar deal monday and she bought five coats for five months. >> and she taped them around five light posts. i'm not lost. please take me if you need me.
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noticed a man taking the coat off. >> every one of us took the $5 that we would spend on a latte or something and went into goodwil and salvation army and did that. >> there is a homeless guy that sits near my apartment now and there's been complaining in new york because you see more and more homeless. something funny happened the other day. i saw him sitting there and it was a couple of days after thanksgiving and he had a pie in his hand and i heard him say to his mom. i don't see him. i don't see him. there he is, he's right over there and the little boy walked up because he didn't know where to give -- so even though there is a homeless problem all i was seeing is this is teaching young kids to be compassionate. sounds weird, but when i watched that kid walk up with that pie to that man i thought, he was looking all over from getting -- move, mom, i want to give him this. >> you stand taller, you feel better, your heart sings. good for them.
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show and we love her, brittany
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>> we do, >> they believe for the muslim hajj, she came back to the united states on what's called a k-1 visa. when she married him, she became a u.s. citizen by virtue of the marriage. he was born in illinois, so he's an american citizen. they believe that travel at this point, they believe the travel was -- had a religious motivation. that's where he met his wife. they're also tracing the guns. a question here is, how were they able to obtain at least two and possibly more which were commonly known as assault weapons. despite california's relatively strict ban. did they have compliant weapons manufactured to conform to the ban or was it different?
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president obama moments ago. >> everybody ready? yesterday, a tragedy took place in san bernardino. as i said, in the immediate aftermath, our first order of business is to send our thoughts and prayers to the families of those who have been killed and to pray for a speedy recovery for those who were injured during this terrible attack. i had a chance to speak with mayor davis of san bernardino, and i thanked law enforcement in that city for their timely and professional response. i indicated to mayor davis that the entire country is thinking about that community and thanked him and his office for the way that they've been able to manage an extraordinarily difficult situation, with calm and clarity.
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coordination that has been taking place between local law enforcement and the fbi investigators. at this stage, we do not yet know why this terrible event occurred. we do know that the two individuals who were kill eded were equipped with weapon ss and appeared to have access to additional weaponry at their homes. but we don't know why they did it. we don't know, at this point, the extent of their plans. we do not know their motivations. i just received a briefing from fbi director, as well as attorney general lynch, indicating the course of their
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at this point, this is now an fbi investigation. that's been done in cooperation and consultation with local law enforcement. it is possible that this was terrorist related, but we don't know. it's also possible that this was workplace related. until the fbi has been able to conduct what are going to be a large number of interviews, until we understand the nature of the workplace relationship between the individual and his superiors, because he worked with the organization where this terrible shooting took place, until all the social media and electronic information has been exploited, we're just not going to be able to answer those questions.
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american people is we're going to get to the bottom of this. we are going to be vigilant, as we always are, in getting the facts before we issue any decisive judgments, in terms of how this occurred. more broadly, as i said yesterday, you know, we see the prevalence of these mass shootings in this country. i think so many americans sometimes feel as if there's nothing we can do about it. we are fortunate to have an extraordinary combination of law enforcement and intelligence and military that work every single
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but we can't just leave it to our professionals to deal with the problem of these guns committing horrible killings. as the investigation moves forward, it's going to be important for all of us, including our legislatures, to see what we can do to make sure that when individuals decide that they want to do somebody harm, we'll make it harder for them to do it. right now, it's just too easy. you know, we're going to have to, i think, search ourselves as a society, to make sure that we can take basic steps that would make it harder, not um possibleimpossible but harder, for individuals to get access to weapons. so there will be, i think, a
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led by the attorney general, director colome me direct to belief not only the press but members of congress on the course of the investigation. this may take some time before we're able to sort it through. there may be mixed motives involved in this, which makes the investigation more complicated. rest assured, we will get to the bottom of this. in the meantime, once again, i want to offer our deepest condolences to those who have been affected by this terrible tragedy. for those who have been injured, we hope that they get well quickly. and they're able to be back together with their families. thank you very much, everybody. >> that was president obama moments ago, flanked by his national security team, in the oval office of the white house,
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california, and saying it is not yet clear what motivated those shooters and that this is an investigation that took take a while, indeed. he said perhaps the shootings had what he called mixed motives. i want to go to san bernardino. our correspondent miguel almaguer is on the ground. what are you hearing in terms of this investigation? >> savannah, as the president said, we now know the fbi is taking over the investigation. federal officials will be scouring at least three different crime scenes across the area. the one behind me where the shooting began and two miles away from here, where the shootout with the suspects and the suv took place. then at the home, about six miles away from here. we know federal authorities will join local authorities here, bryning together ing bringing together their intelligence, and work the case from here. >> miguel, thank you so much. as you said, we are expecting to hear from officials in california within the hour. we plan to have live coverage on many of these nbc stations.
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shooters accused of killing 14 people, injuring 17 others. an investigation that is very much underway at this hour, as authorities explore whether this is a case of workplace violence or, perhaps, a case of terrorism. we're glove. we had a no yelling rule because that was going on all morning. that literally, they're like, can we the dress is adriana papell. keep looking for our elf on a shelf throughout the show.paple. >> so is hoda's. >> big round of applause. let's have our next lucky lady. >> is debby bloom, 48, from atlantic city. debby has two children, two grandchildren. she wanted to come for the tree lighting last night but stayed home to make a sign and increase her odds of being picked and it worked. let's hear her story. >> well, i know this is actually an emotional day for you. so why is this important to you? >> i've been wanting this forever.
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a christmas gift and it's a life gift to myself, so excited. >> we're so happy we can give this to you. i saw tears on the plaza. we were going to make this a happy day. >> yes. >> how great is that? she's here with her best friend, ken. welcome, ken. let's take one last look at debby and bring out the new debby bloom. i bet she's blossomed. oh, my. look at the way she's walking. she's a model. you can take that off. >> whoa! wow! oh! wow! you were amazing before. >> wait until you see, debby. turn around, doll. >> oh, my goodness! >> can you believe what's happening? >> i love the back of that. >> oh, that cut is great.
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it's time forrie bobbie's buzz. >> if you ever smudgeded your nails after a manicure. >> or need help planning your outfits. >> bobbie has quick fixes. >> how's the baby by the way? >> he's delicious, he's juicy. >> first christmas. we're excited. >> so excited. so first up, these make great girlfriend gifts or something for yourself. but this was a fantastic idea. bittersweet bracelets are
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without a hair tie. you may say what? >> you never know when you're going to need one. >> you slip one on. it's great because there's a lot of buzz about people getting irritation on their wrist but this prevents the elastic from sitting on your skin. they also make them for kids. >> then when you need one it's right there. >> i should get one for cassidy. >> you know when you start out with beautiful hair in the each ning and then it gets -- >> you want to pull it back -- >> dance and stuff, it's too hot. >> this is such a smart idea. woman was saying, i want to prestyle my outfits to save time. you can hang it on your hanger and your accessories you always forget. what necklace goes together. you can prestyle your outfits for the week. >> hoda, that's the answer to your problem. >> and always be accessorized. next up, this is a shower conditioning brush from remington. >> i think i would like how that feels. >> this is a way -- it's got a chamber inside.
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>> that's got to feel -- >> see if you like it. >> it's got actually conditioner in there so be careful. you just push massage. >> you push the center. >> this is a great stocking stuffer. >> stocking stuffer. >> and only $10. last is kur, instant smudge fix. if you finish your manicure and dent it, you think, oh, my gosh, all you need is one stroke of this. you drop a little color in the dent. >> and it glosses -- >> it fades into the nail. >> it's similar to when you see people take a little bit of nail polish remover but it's similar. >> thank you.
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it's thirsty thursday. a good day to be in the kitchen with one of the most popular food network stars in the nation, ina garten. >> you say it's good to be in the kitchen with ina. >> her friends call her the barefoot contessa. our "today" food team called on ina to show us some easy drinks and appetizers. >> what time is it? >> is it day drinking? >> this is a serious segment, ina, no judgment. >> first, cranberry martinis. >> ooh. >> perfect for the holidays. bobby flay taught me how to do this. >> give somebody else credit, that is lovely. >> he's great. the first thing i did was i cooked together sugar, cranberries, orange zest and some water. cook it for about five minutes. it infuses it with a cranberry flavor. it's fantastic. this is a bottle of vote ka. >> we know what a bottle of vodka looks like, trust me. >> pour that in there. >> the whole bottle? >> the whole bottle. >> i don't think that's vodka. >> i'm tasting it.
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>> the nice thing about this, you can make it in advance which is wonderful. >> should the vodka be cold or does it matter? >> it's going to go in the fridge so it doesn't matter. this entire thing is going to go right in this bottle. it's going to sit in the fridge for up to a week. >> really? >> up to a week. >> it's going to marinate, baby. >> this is what it ends up being like. >> why that long, just to get the -- >> the fruit flavor. it can be a day, two days, but it can be a week too. then strain it. i'm going to actually use the cranberries for the drink. you'll see. little garnish. so now what we have is this drink, we're going to add two things. hoda, do you want to add cranberry juice and triple sec. the triple sec is an orange liquor so it gives good flavor to it. >> you're just enhancing the two flavors that are already -- >> exactly, exactly. then i'll take some cranberries and put it right into the drink like that.
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>> to garnish it. because they're delicious. they've been infused. take a little orange zest and run it around the rim to really taste that. and this goes in here. >> this is fun. >> you never have any fun, right? >> never. she's the most dour -- >> i know, it's really unbelievable. >> are you shaking? >> i have a -- it should be okay. >> the key to this, you shake it for 30 seconds. >> you shake it, ina. >> shake it, shake it, shake it. >> pour it in? >> pour it right in and we have cranberry martinis. >> that looks delicious. >> i'll take a sip. >> and the other drink i made here actually is jalapeno margaritas. fresh lime juice, fresh lemon juice. this is jalapeno margarita, marinated. we have a long day ahead, right.
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>> whoa, jalapeno. >> it's got a little heat in it, right, but it's really good. >> i know when i see it. >> adorable or what? >> cute. >> with it because you want to eat something with it, i've made marinated feta. just slice feta. thyme, red pepper flakes, combine them. just goes over the top. >> easy. >> just like that. little drizzle. little thyme. drizzle it with olive oil. >> this looks really good. >> people either love feta or don't like it at all. >> oh, i love feta. >> i do too, it's amazing. >> salt, pepper. you end up with -- >> how do you serve it? >> just like that. already done with pita chips. and i also made kale chips. you can either do it with or without parmesan cheese. this is kale chips.
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>> this is double fisted. >> isn't that good? >> what do i eat next? >> and you've got a cocktail party. >> it's like eating a potato chip. >> delicious. thank you. >> she's the best for a reason. we love you so much. the recipes are all from ina's cookbook. it's called "make it ahead." you can also find them on today.com/food. >> they've scoured the shelves to find all kinds of products and put them to the test. we'll bring you the best with jill right after this. i was out in the dining room, you know, meeting the residents and i had a gentleman stop me and ask me if i made his dinner. he had lost his wife recently, but i didn't know that. he made a remark to me about not sure he wanted to be there anymore, but he said something to me that has stuck with me to this day. after having your dinner, i think i want to stick around a while and that really meant something to me.
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director adrian lavinthal. >> from feta cheese to working out, the best beauty products. first, the best deodorant. drum roll, please. nothing over $13.99 today. everything from drugstores. ready? >> i'm going to love it. >> dove. >> i love dove. >> so good. >> so one for each of you. >> that would be a good thing for a commercial. i love dove. >> i love dove. >> it's great. it's great stuff. >> after a spin class or even working out, our tester said it dries instantly, it lasts more than 24 hours. >> how does it smell? >> it smells. >> it's a dry spray. it goes on instantly dry, not like the old antiperspirant. >> they're each different, different flavors. >> different scents. >> that's what i meant. >> don't eat it. >> they know what i mean. >> what is it? >> so we're going to start with hand cream.
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get really excited about hand cream. >> no it isn't, especially this time of year. >> this one is worth getting a little excited over because even when you wash your hands, they still feel hydrated. >> squirt some on her. >> let's dry that out. >> let's see. moisturized for days. >> really, that much? >> everyone loved this. we didn't expect a hand cream to get so much feedback. skin fix. >> not too thick. >> we're in the beach theme for a reason, the music and -- >> we have the self-tanner. >> some people are a little scared of self-tanner. >> because of the orange streaks. >> or smelling like fritos. >> she got such beautiful natural results. i mean, it smells good. >> she did the left leg last night. you know what though, if you do it, it will be blotchy.
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she did one leg and one arm last night. that was the assignment. >> look how dark it is. >> how often do you have to do it? >> every day. >> you can do it a few times a week to build up to the color you want. >> isn't it pretty? >> isn't. >> okay. let's take that home too. >> okay. ready for our next? >> uh-huh. >> i love the drum roll. >> best exfoliator, best razor. >> what's the best razor? >> we'll start with the exfoliator. >> exactly. >> that's because of the order of the graphics. hoda moves right to the razor. it's sort of dry, like if you feel this. >> but melts. >> melts right in. our tester said this was the best. and speaking of, before you do the spray tan, it's best to exfoliate first. >> did you do that? good girl.
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so that'sbodtanic. >> now the razor. the other side is an electronic trimmer that everybody said -- >> for what? >> think about it. >> so anyway, that's -- >> for intimate areas. so that was voted the best. >> or use it on your guy. >> sure. >> that's exactly the way out of that. and then this was my personal favorite. this is the jergens wet skin moisturizer. think of it like conditioner for your body. you're in the shower. you rinse off. then you put this on. you do not rinse this off. you towel dry. >> just towel dry? >> and you're hydrated. >> jackie. >> yeah. >> jackie's everywhere. >> do you like the razor, jackie? >> i love it. >> what's that? >> this is our award-winning shave cream.
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>> completely bare. >> thanks, guys. >> we'll be back again for the last one tomorrow. for all the full list of award winners including the no bump shave gel, visit today.com/style. >> tomorrow, all the winners in skin care. >> we're back with i am never getting married. never. psssssh. guaranteed. you picked a beautiful ring. thank you. we're never having kids. mmm-mmm. breathe. i love it here. we are never moving to the suburbs. we are never getting one of those (minivan). we are never having another kid. i'm pregnant. i am never letting go.
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are you sitting down, because you're about to witness some amazing shape shifting from the international acclaimed modern dance company called pilolobus. >> if that name sounds familiar it might be baubs they performed at the 2007 academy awards where dancer bodies became tributes to films like happy feet and little miss sunshine. >> they're amazing. now pilolobus is performing a new show called shadowland. those are shadows. the show is running at the nyu -- okay, center for the performing arts. we get to see one right now.
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to be a part of it going downtown to the heart of it holiday you say good-bye to the year we left behind cheers to the ones who are here today cheers to the ones who have gone away everybody needs someone underground in the morning sun doesn't matter where you're from new york city is the place to be going uptown to be a part of it
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to the heart of it holiday you say hello to the folks you barely know love to the child discovering snow love to the people without a home love to those we won't forget love to those less fortunate because all of us are on the street new york city is the place to be going uptown to be a part of it going downtown
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>> where am i sitting, right here? >> right here. perfect. >> you guys ready? >> yes, we're ready! oh, my god. that's unbelievable. pilolobus. >> you guys are brilliant. >> what just happened? >> we're back with more. >> honestly.
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>> that was unbelievable! it's that time of the show when we spread some cheer and meet one of the generous supporters of our 22nd annual toy drive. >> one of the biggest challenges
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every year, is here to help us with that. >> he brought along some friends from a local boys and girls club. >> who you going away? >> toys from the good dinosaur. the movie just opened last week and everybody's excited about these great dinosaurs. >> you guys like them? >> it is important you guys are always so great about giving each year, right? >> it's very important for our company. our mission is to make the world smile. you spend time with these wonderful kids. make sure everybody has the opportunity. >> how was being on tv? >> good. >> you guys did great. >> thank you for everything you do. and if you'd like to donate, you can come to our plaza, come to our pop-up store, donate online through amazon. you have until december 22nd. we want to give a shoutout to one of the facebook friends who spotted regis.
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>> keep looking for the elf on the shelf popping up. >> now, listen, earlier we mentioned a story we heard about a neighbor who reportedly saw suspicious activity at the home of the suspect in yesterday's mass shooting. in the days before the tragedy. >> we want to point out, nbc news has not verified that account. >> exactly. >> tomorrow, adam pally stops by. >> plus, ideas for the people who help you out all year long. >> and holiday fashions we
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>> have a great thursday. you know families today are so stretched... ...they're working two jobs; they're working extra hours, but paychecks have barely budged. raising family incomes is the defining economic challenge of our time... i have a plan that will put raising incomes right at the center of our economy again. we've got to get back to making it possible... ...for anybody in america to go as far as their hard work will take them. that will be my mission as president. i'm hillary clinton, i approve this message and i hope you'll read my plan. .
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