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movie today,hich is precisely what el chapo was apparently shopping for. mexican officials say his efforts to have a film made about his life were part of his undoing. then there is that secret meeting with actor sean penn who wrote an article for "rolling stone." el chapo answered questions from penn oh video admitting to his life of crime. the storyry tonight from gabe guttierez outside the mexican prison where el chapo is under increased security. >> reporter: tonight a mexican law enforcement official tells nbc news that mexican authorities want to speak with sean penn and mexican soap opera star, kate del castillo about their secret trip to meet joaquin "el chapo" guzman. it's believed to be his first interview in decades. the article published by "rolling stone" overnight. guzman admitted that drugs destroy but said that unfortunately where he grew up there was no other way to survive. asked if he was prone to violence, guzman
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defendndimself. guzman only agreed to take the questions penn writes after a previous seven-hour face to face meeting ys before a failed october raid. according to penn, this picture authenticates that meeting. in the rest of the interview conducted by messenger, penn quotes el chapo saying i supply more heroin, cocaine andarijuana than any body else in the world. on friday the attorory general said zman's desire to make a movie about himself and interaction with producers and acts led to his arrest. a mexican official confirms investigators were ablbl to learn details of el chapo's whereabouts from intercepted phone calls from del castillo and penn. >> i think the mexican authorities want to identify as m my people closely associated with el chapo as they can. >> reporter: trusted source tells nbc news
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ware that penn and del caststlo were in mexico to meet with guzman in october as law enforcement was closing in a planned arrest sweep was delayed to assure the two would not be harmed. when the raid eventually took place, chapo and his security team escaped. it wasn't until three months later, friday morninghat the mexican navy captured el chapo following a shootout in his home state. this 'tis the drainage tunnel where guzman tried to make a last-ditch effort to escape. we reached out to penn and del castillo, ither has mmented. on social media, the pair drew outrage many wanting them to face charges for not alerting authorities about their meeting with one of the most wanted criminals in the wowod. this isn't the first time penn dabbled in journalism previously had written articles for "the nation" and "san francisco chronicle. this time, "rollllg stone" agreed to allow the final version to be approved by the subject before publication. the magazine says el
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kate. >> gabe, in mexico, thank you. and nbc news legal analyst joins me now. karen, a lot of people online are wondering could sean penn be in trouble? >> first of all kate, let's say we don't ve a lot of the specific facts to this case. but, yes, kate he could be in very serious legal trouble. because there are a number of state and federal statutes having to do with the duty to report and also aiding and abetting. so, they could come into play. i think that the key element that people need to be aware of that is, that seaea penn even by just plagues himself in el chapo's presence makes him a witness to ongoing felonies. and therefore, he made himself a wiwiess. it is not just an interview. this is an ongoing investigation and he is a witness now. >> thank you. tens of millilis of americans will be going back to work tomorrow hoping that work will become a thing of the past if
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we are talking about powerball. and the next r rord breaking drawing t tt may determine who will become a billionaire. tonight the numbers and the odds. >> reporter: the ment that dashed millions of dreams. >> lucky 13. >> reporter: then created more than a billion new ones. >> pay off loans and invest. >> pay off mine too. parents' mortgages. >> reporter: with no winner in saturday's record jackpot the powerball pot grows to unprecedented $1.3 billion. so high some billboarar can't accommodode the sum. >> $200 million, $20 million enough for us. >> reporter: double the previous record when mega millions paid a measly $656 million back in 2012. and exactly what lottery officials were going for when they made powerball harder to win last fall bringing the odds from one in 175 million to
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>> columbia university statistics professor phillip proder braekszeaks it down. what are our odds? >> your odds are extremely tiny, unbelievably tiny. >> reporter: that's what this means. >> we made the changes in october in response to our players. >> reporter: they were also facing a serious decline in revenue. powerball sales down 19% in 2014. since the changes the pot rolled over 20 times. growing to at least $1.3 billion or $806 million in a lump sum. >> it is crazy. i don't know wha we would do with it. >> reporter: across the country, cue the craziness. >> i have never seen cops directing traffic going into a gas station. >> reporter: and a purr ball powerball frenzyzy bigger than ever. for a thief who operated in five states in recent months it wasn't cash she was after but jewelry worth millions. tonight a suspect is in custody and
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federal court in atlanta tomorrow. we get more tonight from blake mccoy. >> reporter: brazen and unusual, a woman with no mask entering jewelry stores across the south allegedly stealing millions of dollars worth of diamonds and watches. now, after a nine-month crime spree the fbi believes they have their woman. abigail lee kemp, 24 years old arrested in georgia. cameron parker grew up with her and sayay she wawa most recently waitressing at a twin peaks restaurant. >> from the suburbs you don't ex-pee these kind of things to happen out here. you don't expect some one that you grew up with to do these sorts of things. >> reporter: the fbi believes her secret life of crime took her to five states six heists in all. the jewelers security liance estimates the total haul to be worth more than $4 million. >> to keep doing it, they had4 million in product. how much do you need, keep taking?
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so, she obviously was very, very bold and obviously too bold. >> reporter: jewelry stores like banks have long been targets for criminals d dguises from nuns, burkas, darth vader. it's this thief's lack of disguise put her in the headlines. a second person arrested with kemp on friday. no word from the fbi if it is this man her accomplice in some of the heists. blake mccoy, nbc news. >> the so-called affluenza team is in a mexico city detention center fighting extradition to texas while his mother will be in a texas courtroom tomorrow trying t t get out of jail. charles hadlock had new details on how authorities say the pair escaped to mexico in the first place. >> reporter: tonya couch in a texas jail tonight. she could be set free tomorrow if her $1 million bond is reduced. her attorney says she has done nothing wrong. >> she has not broken the law.
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couch charged with helping son ethan flee to mexico to avoid getting caught after video they believe is him at aarty where alcohol was served a violation of his probation. the privileged teen was convicted in a drunk driving crash that killed four people when he was 16. a judge sentenced him to probation instead of jail time. his lawyers had argued that ethan suffered from affluenza, suggesting he was too rich and spoiled to know right from wrong. tonya couch's arrest warrant alleges ethan became scared when the party video surfaced december 2 and his mother was aware he was trying to come up with a plausible lie to say it wasn't him in the video. the next day befefe driving off to m mico in tonya's truck the warrant alleges tonya couch withdrew $30,000 from her personal bank account and told her husband that he wld never see their son again. on december 10, ethanan failed to show up for a scheduled meeting with his probation officer and the search was on.
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in the resort city on december . since her retutu, tonya told the sheriff she is uncomfortable in jail. >> explained to her that this was a jail not resort. >than is fighting his extradition. it could be months before his return to texas. charles hadlock, nbc news. four days after north korea's claim it tested a hydrogen bomb, the u.s. responded with its own show of force over the korean peninsula, it did so with a symbol of,the cold war still relevant as the the u.s. responds to communist north korea in the 21st century. ron allen at the white house with more on this. hi, ron. >> good evening, kate. the administration says b-52 bomber capablbl of dropping atomic weapons flew over the peninsula to reassure the south and to warn the north that testing a nuclear device las week will
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the massive cold jung-un, en, touring military headquarters in the days since the test blast. the u.s. doubts the claim the bomb was tested but confirms the frth test of some nuclebr device in e last decade. the obama administration repeatedly said it will not accept north korea as nuclear state and called for sanctions while the standoff deepens and a rogue nationuilds an arsenal of weapons of mass destruction. kate. >> ron allen, thank you. the weather is a big concern for millions of people in the upper midwest and plains where bitter coco set in. in minneapolis, as the the minnesota vikings started their game against the seattle seahawks it was below today's m!tch up between the seahawks and vikings was no exception. at kickoff it was 6
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it the third coldest nf game on record. the coldest game ever inin196767 that was over in green 13 below. the brutal temperatures didn't scare the fans from game. some out at 4:00 this morning. tickets to some of the coldest seats in the stadium $50 a pop. the vikings, gjallarhorn, before the game it shapered. maybe a bad omen, the vikings went on to lose by a single point. the coldest a a of the season. moving east. in the north east, 20s, 30s in the forecast for monday. then a reinforcing shot of col air tuesday through thehe midwest. tuesday morning temperatures will only be about 10 degrees below zero and highs during tuesday afternoon will barely get into the single digits. all the cold air over the great lakes which
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bands of lake-effect snow set up monday. we could see one to two feet of snow especially sunday. temperatures then, kate, should be 50 degrees warmer than they were today. >> they're going to be happy to be in charlotte. okay. thanks so much. when nightly news continues on this sunday, a woman dies after being arrested and forced to leave a hospital despite herer pleas for help. now her family is demanding answers from doctors and the police. >> later, finding love among those with autism. a new filmxplores th you totaled your brand new car. nobody's hurt, but there willlstill be pain. it comes when your insurance company says they'll only pay three quarters of what it takes to replace it. what are you supposed to do? drive three quarters of a car? now if you had liberty mutual new car replacement, you'd get your whole car back. i guess they don't want you driving around on three wheels. smart. with liberty mututl new car replplement, we'll replace the full value of your car.
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td ameritrade. yououot this. the family o o a woman who died after she was forced out of a hospital in florida is asking for a federal review of the case to see if the law was violated. it happened last month. the family's lawyer says he believes this is a aasef patient dumping which is against the law. we get more on this tonight from kerry sanders. >> reporter: it remains unclear tonight, 57-year-old barbarar dawson's death, was avoidable, unanswered says her family. did the city police or maybe even the staff at the calhoun liberty hospital where dawson's family said she had gonon complaining of stump back pain set her death in motion. that'sarbara dawson's voice recorded on police dash-cam pointed inside an empty police car. >> you can walk out of this hospital peacefully or i can
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hospital. >> reporter: that's the voice offhe police officer who physically elsls courted dawson from the hospital. the 57-year-old patient was treated and discharged. when she refused to leave, police records shsh they were calledd to intervene. the officer arrested dawson for disorderly conduct and trespassing. as she neared the police car, dawson collapsed. >> in this police dash-cam image you can cuffed. after 18 minutes in thth parking lot dawson was taken back inside the hospital. she was dead. the medical examiner says it was a blood clot in her lungs. the chief of police says the responding appropriately. the hospital says it is now conducting an internal review but cannot discuss more. >> we cannot answer questions thatt relate to an individuall and their health care. >> reporter: family attorney benjamin
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>> the federal law says you can't dump patients out just because they, they don't have sufficient insurance, socioecomonic status, that you have to make sure they're >> reporter: barbara dawson's'sbrother. >ou could take the same situation and put a dog in barbara's spot, and i guarantee you, those individuals wouldn't be still working. >> reporter: hindering theeinvestigation, missing security camera video. the hospital says 13 cameras including the one pointed at the pa lot malfunctioned. those%broken cameras since replaced too late to help explain what happened to barbara dawson. kerry sanders, nbc news. next -- we'll thedheadad
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a milestone for the force awakens, the ar wars sequel led the charts for a fourth straight weekend andnduts its earnings at $812 million in this country alone. the first movie to cross the $800 million mark in the u.s. globally the force awakens has earned over $1.7 billion with a b, dollars making it the third biggest worldwide hit of all time. a force indeed. >> coming pp, shortly tonight, nbc's coverage o o the 73rd golden globe awards honoring excellence in film and television. for a preview out to al roker on the red carpet at beverly hilton in beverly hills. al, i understand there is more security than usual? >> kate, there certainly is. they changed the $& security requirements getting in here. people can't just mill about.
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traffic lanes. they have also, they had bomb-sniffing dogs, snipers around. they have really stepped up security this time around. as far a a the movovs themselves, a lot of folks are talking about "carol" and "spotlight" and there is also a, if you will, a -- sentimental favorite, sylvester stallone for "creed" up for best supporting actor. and revenant, leo di caprio, a lot going on on television side of it the streaming services this is the year, amazon, huhu, netflix all gathering huge amounts of remains to be seen whether they will translate into wins. going on. and kate, the o oer question mark -- the weather. it turned out okay. but cloudy. they have taken the tents down. so everything is kate.
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the weather. okay. al, have a great time out there tonight. we'll be watching. and a reminder that you can see a full wrap-up of all golden globe winners tomorrow morning on "today." and when we come back, a new documentary on autism and love. (cell phone rings) where are you? well the squirrels are back in the attic. mom? your dad won't call an exterminator... can n call you back, mom? he says it's personal this time... if you're a mom, you call at the worst time. it's what you do. if you want to save fifteen percent or more on car insurance, you switch to geico.o. it's what you do. where are you? it's very loud there. are you taking a zumba class? i've smoked a lot and quit a lot, but ended up nowhere. now i use this. the nicoderm cq patch, with unique extended release technology, helps prevent the urge to smoke all day. i want this time to be my last time.
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call your doctor immediately. children and adolescents in particular may be at an increaserisk of seizures, confusion, or abnormal behavior. the most common side effects are mild to moderate nausea and vomiting. anti-flu? go antiviral with tamiflu. finally tonight, what is it to truly be in love? a question that can be hard for any of us to answer. but the filmmaker behind a new documentary called "autism in love" wanted to look at love through the eyes of that growing population. for many with autism, with an autism spectrum disorder, communication and social interaction are challenging but that doesn't mean finding
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lindsay and dave dated for almost a decade one knee. >> will you marry me? >> we always have had a deep connection. >> right. reporter: both lindsay and dave are on the autism spectrum. like many people with autism communicating and socializing can often be difficult. >> it can be difficult to read each other's emotions sometimes. >> yeah, having the sixth sense where you are able to read the nonverbal cues that each of us gives off. >> reporter: davav is a meteorologist. >> looks like the weather came on. i can catch a glimpse here. >> of course i can't ever interrupt you and ather. >> be near me. i may not talk as much. >> reporter: the film's driktirector say it became a passion project. why d you think it is a story people need to hear?
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generation of kids being diagnosed with autism. we haven't had a conversation about what their adult lives will look lili. >> reporter: steven who lost his wife of 20 years. >> she died last april. she had cancer that's sad. >> reporter: lenny struggling to find love. >> this is -- this is one of the hardest things i have to go through in my life. >> we hope to deepen understanding of autism while they watch but really a film connecting to ourselves and connecting to others. >> yes, i will marry you. >> reporter: lindsay and dave g g married last october.r. >> our purpose in this movie is to show that people with autism can find love and make it work. >> reporter: every one of us no matter where we are on the spectrum are worthy of receiving love and
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autism in love airs tomorrow night on pbs. that is nightly news for this sunday night. lester holt will be back here tomorrow. ii am kate snow reporting from new york. for all of us here at nbc news, have a great night. you got people working incredibly lononhours. median family income today -- $4,000 less than it was in 1999. the bottom line of this economy is that it is rigged. at this campaign is about is to demand that we create an economy that works for all of us
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if you work 40 hours a week in america, you should not live in poverty. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. tonight, live from the beverly hilton in beverly hills, the week-long transformation is complete for the season's most
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hundreds of stars, fans and photographers electrify the night as the year's best in movies and television gather for this celebrated evening. the hollywood foreign press association presents the 2016 golden globe arrivals special. please welcome matt lauer and savannah guthrie. >> and good evening, everyone,, welcome to the golden globes, the world famous red carpet, i'm matt lauer. >> hi, everyone, i'm savannah guthrie. >> joining us on the red carpet, colleagues the "today" show, start halfway down with natalie morales. >> hi, i'm in the middle of the mayhem and i can't imagine a better place to be than right here tonight, surrounded by all the stars. guys. >> we have got willie geist and tamron hall on the carpet. >> hey, guys, a crisp, beautiful night to look at the crisply dressed, beautiful people on the red carpet. >>absolutely. from our vantage point, let me tell, the red carpet has never been more glamorous. >> we have gotten a incredible


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