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the donald trump/ted cruz rivalry intensifies during a heated presidential debate. trump once again questioning cruz's eligibilityo run. >> there's a big question mark on your head, and you can't do that to the party. >> but cruz is ready with a response. >> the constitution hasn't changed. [ laughter ] but the poll numbers have. >> and carly fiorina appears to take a very personal shot at hillary clinton in the earlier debate. health alert. a dangerous untreatable virus posing a big risk to women and babies. the cdc now considering a first of its kind travel warning to partrtof the caribbean andndouth america. could it spread to the u.s.? nbc news exclusive. amal clooney opens up about the first u.s. television interview about her mission that brought her to capitol hill. >> i'm doing the same job now. if there's more attention papa for r atever reason for thth --
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>> then i think that's good. and is this the winning ticket? and are these tennesseeans the first winners to come forward in that record-breaking powerball lottery? they have not even gone to officials yet because they want to make their announcement right here in studio 1a today, friday, january 15th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> and good morning, everybody. welcome to "today" on a friday morning. i'm savannah guthrie alongside carson who is in for matt. fair to say there's a little buzz in the studio this morning? >> take a shot at that ticket again. that could be one of the three winning tickets right there. >> unbelievable. >> those are the numbers, and they are herer >> that's the ticket, says john and lisa robinson. they are from mumford, tennessee. they have not even gone tohe lottery officials yet. they plan to d dthat.
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wednesday night. we're going to talk to them. they have told just a few members of their family. lisa called her office manager, take a listen. >> i have a big favor to ask. i need you to watch the "today" show, and i won't be in today. just watch the "today" show, please. i know, but i won't make it inin today. i'll call you and i'll probably be in monday. if you let me. okay. thank you. bye. >> might go into work on monday. >> i i can hear squealing through the money. >> we'll talk to john and lisa in a moment. let's get to the republican debaba. it's politits, republican candidates for president clashing in their first debate of the new year, a night dominated by the growing rivalry between donald trump and ted cruz, the two front-runners. we've got complete coverage, and we'll start with nbc national correspopoent peter alexander.r.
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>> reporter: savannah, good morning. immediately after the debate donald trump himself may have put it best saying the bromance is over. with the days ticking down to ioio, no more mr. nice between between trump and cruz, the two guys engaging in a fierce back and forth. the clash in carolina. >> so you should go out, get a declaratory judgment, let the courts decide. now? why now, why are you raising this issue now? >> because now he's doing a little bit better. no, i didn't care before. it's true. >> reporter: dominated by a pair of bitter exchanges between donald trump and ted cruz, one over canada, the other about new york.. first on cruz's eligibility to be president. >> my friend donald said that he had his lawyers look at this from every which way, and there
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there was nothing to do this birther issue. now w [ laughter ] since september, the constitution hasn't changed. [ laughter ] but the poll numbers have. >> and trump, with a powerful defense of what cruz criticized is his new york values. >> not a lot of conservatives come out of manhattan. i'm just saying. >> when the world trade center came down, i saw something that no place on earth could have handled more beautifully, more humanely than new york, and i have to tell you, that was a very insulting statement that ted made. >> cruz also fended off questions about the "new york times'" reporting that he failed to properly disclose a loan from goldman sachs in 2012. >> if that's the best hit that the "new york times" has got, they better go back to the well. >> reporter: cruz and marco rubio collided over immigration. >> you used to support people here legally and nowowou are saying you're against it. >> i appreciate you dumping your research folder on the debate stage but at least half of the things marco said are flatatut false. >> rubio and chris christie butting heads, both men trying to consolidate establishment
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>> you had your chance, marco. you blew it. >> here in south carolina trump p embraced the state's governor nikki haley who days ago urged gop voters not to be tempted by the angriest voices. >> i'm v vy angry because our country is being run horribly, and i will gladly accept the mantle of anger. >> but once again the night's biggest target, barack obama and the democrats trying to succeeee him. >> on tuesday night i watched story time with barack obama, and i've got to tell you, it sounded like everything in the world was going amazing, you know. >> if she gets elected her first 100 days instead of setting an agenda, she might be going back and forth between the white house and the courthouse. >> we're going to win every state if bernie sanders is the nomimie. >> with just two and a half weeks till iowa the trailing candidates desperate to be heard. >> well, i'm very happy to get a question this early on. i was going to auk you to wake me up when the timimcame. >> reporter: main debate stage
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candidates, but in that undercard debate carly fiorina camedout swinging. in her opening statetent with a personal swipe at hillary clinton. take a listen. >> the truth is i've had and been blessed with a lot of opportunities to do a lot of things in my life, and unlike another woman in this race, i actually love spending time with my husband. >> reporter: just t e more rereblican debate before the first nominating contest in iowa. savannah and carson. >> all right. peter, thank you so much. chuck todd, nbc's political director and mlderator of "meet the press" is up here, up late and early with us. >> that's what we all do now. >> this seems like more and more a trump and cruz race. >> it is, and i thought last night what was interesting, i'll throw rubio in there. i feel like those three they had the debate, and jeb bush and christie tried to get involved, but you can really feel the top tier there, because if you look at it, the three of them all had -- all had some moments.
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in the first part, rubio really well in the last part of the debate but trump, not many people came after him other than cruz and he actual -- this was his best debate performance to date. i don't think you could say he won, but i might argue that because he was touched the least that he's overall going to get the most. >> he did get booed a couple of times. >> he did at f fst, it's interesting. if it wasn't for the crowd, i don't know if ted cruz would be seen to have done as well. >> they were for cruz. >> that was very pro cruz. that helped him early. he sort of fed off of it a little bit. trump i thouout it rattled him early and then he sort of got comfortable, okay, this crowd is not for me. >> cruz brings up the new york issue. pers are all over him today that. must have been a blow to him >> well, it is, i think, you know. look, it may not hurt him in iowa. my late father, he grew up in iowa and he who say oh, those
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better than us. that can actually help cruz in a place like iowa, but i think having this intensity, and the way donald trump handled it, i have to say that was one of those, like this is a guy who is growing as a candidate. that answer on 9/11, and he did it without sort of an in your face aspect. >> taking the high road when given the opportunity to counterpunch on nikki haley. what about the eligibility for cruz? did cruz end it? is it still out there or is this going to float out there and be an issue for trump? >> there's reports that somebody actually filed the first lawsuit. it h h unnerved cruz. you saw him. what got him to attack trump, he avoided it for six months. this has now rattled him. we're now on day seven where every day he's had to answer questions about this, so, no, i don't think it's going away. >> chuck todd, thank you very much. all right. now w the frenzy over the three winning tickets sold in wednesday's record-shattering powerball jackpot. as we said, we have in our studio a couple who claims to ld one of those winning tickets from tennessee.
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just a few minutes but first nbc's miguel almaguer has more on the search for the other two winners. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. here's what we know is fact. the 7-eleven behind me is three stores that sold perfect lottery tickets, the other one in florida and tennessee and so far this morning there's no official winner. just as vast as the frenzy, there was the farce. as soon as crowds rushed the store that sold the winning ticket, stories surfaced from those who clm they hit it big. >> i'm excited for them, and i don't even know who it is. >> reporter: in florida, reporters chasing rumors. one woman from her home forced to release a statement. i am not the powerball winner. on instagram, this ticket of a man with the winning numbers, dismissed as a phony, all photoshopped. >> reporter: and then overnight just miles from the store where someone's dream did come true. helicopter in the air and news
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nursing home headlines claimeded a mothehe of seven in her 60s working the night shift won it all. >> if she did win, hey, that's what we want. >> reporter: the story read like a novel, a son calling his mom who said she had won when like everyone else she had just lost. >> she's like the sweetest person, and i don't know -- that would really be a terrible joke. >> reporter: a joke for some but not all. 73 tickets nearly hit the jackpot, good for $1 million in cash. one shared by a group of kentucky teachers, a lessosoin economics, a dose of good faith. >> this was actually the very first time i've ever bought a ticket. >> reporter: but this morning there is still that million dollar question. who won that billion dollar jackpot? lotto officials say they don't know who hit the jackpot, if they are couples@or if they were part of pools. they say they are checking surveillance tapes at stores
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but only way they will have an official answer is when folks walk through their doors with an authorized ticket. savannah and carsoso back to you ys. >> miguel almaguer. >> that brings us to the lucky couple who say they are holding the ticket one held in munford, tennessee. they are here with their daughter tiffany and their attorney and his daughter. good morning, guys. >> can we see that ticket? you keepg it nice and close to your heart. >> it's not going very far. >> sleeping with it under your pillow. >> no, no, no, i didn't go that far. >> from the outset, guys, you haven't gone to the lottery officials yet ininennessee. >> no. >> so there's no way for us to officially verify that you are the winners. we have done a lot of work to verify your employment, where you live. you live right next to the grocery y ore, we've done a lolo and talked to lawyer and that's why we're bringing y y guys are claiming to be the winners.
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wanted to get that out. why though did you decide not to go to the lottery officials yet and come to us first? >> well, actually it was his idea. >> your lawyer's idea. >> you didn't -- you were worried about going public right away. >> right, right. >> and what was your thought, joe. >> the american public w wts to hear from them are and even though they want to be private after this is over they want to, you know, let the public know that they are the winners. >> okay. >> a so -- we'll get back to the sty because it's kind of interestininhow you found us. we didn't fifi you. you found us, but, first, let's just talk about wednesday night, powerball fever. >> okay. >> it's almost 7:00. the deadline is in two hours. you decide to go to the grocery store. what happened? >> actually i was on my way home from work. >> okay. >> and she had called me and she said are you going to stop and get a couple lottery tickets? i said -- i really didn't feel like stopping that night. i was s ke, yeah, i'll stop and get them. so when i stopped and i buy my lottery tickets, i always buy four at a time because there's four members of my family and i always do a quick pick single ticket.
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>> so i went and got my lottery tickets at the grocery store and came home and i wasn't feeling good and i handed the tickets to her. i said i'm going to go lay down. >> take us from there, lisa. you're watching the powerball and the numbers are coming out, you're holding your ticket and walk us through that. >> i wrote them down because i had other tickets -- his other three to look at, so i was like, i'm going to write them down. i wrote the numbers down and i got to looking and i saw it and i was -- i looked again. there's the same, and the third time i went running down the hallway, john, john, you've go to check these numbers and i startled him because he was asleep on the couch. >> what did you think when you first woke up. >> did you believe it. >> she said check these numbers and i said okay i looked at them and i said, yeah, they look like they are the numbers so i checked them -- actually four times and i said i'll believe it when%the news comes on in the morning and, hey, there's a winnerern mumford.
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>> well, we were up all night. we didn't get any sleep. he didn't feel too good anyway. >> that story is verified. sure enough. >> we don't leave our house. >> well, we started seeing the news -- the lolol news networks there hanging out in mumford. they already knew that it was in mumford. >> and the media was at every store but the store. >> where i bought the ticket. >> what have the last 48 hours been like e r you and your famimi? i mean, are you sitting there dreaming about what we're going to do? are you excited? are you scared? are you elated? are you nervous? how do you feel? >> actually a little scared because i didn't know exactly what to dodo i knkn that i wanted to gegean accountant. i knew that i wanted to get a lawyer and -- and try to follow the -- the procedures. you know, that they tell you t t follow. >> my eyes can't go off your right hand, john. you're holding a ticket that
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million n your front pocket.. you're walking around new york city. i'm nervous for you. >> now i'll be nervous because everybody y ows. >> when will you go to the lottery officials? >> we're l lving straight from here. >> lisa, have you let yourself dream about what this means for you and your life? >> a couple of things. sallie mae paid off. >> good-bye, no more loans for you, tiffany. >> other than that we really haven't had time -- >> i do plan on hoping to work for a little while. >> you said you'd be back to work. >> you must love your job. >> actually i do. >> it's so f fny. we heard one end of that conversation where you just called and your office administrator and said i'm not going be in today. >> she's like what did you say? did d all win, did y'all w w? >> she's watching right now. >> i hope she is. >> well, your story is extraordinary, and i want to say
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remarkable happened which was you were brought into touch with joe, your lawyer who then said, you know, it would make sense to call national media outlet because then that way you have control over the story. that was your thinking, right, joe? you called your daughter eileen who happenento be a reporter in n memphis and tell us now, eileen, how you got in touch with us, because it's a story, too. >> well, i goggled how do you call nbc, and i called and got passed up the line and eventually talked to a producer and they were rightly had a little bit suspicious and we talked through it it, and decided to make it happen. >> wow. >> you called our switchboard. >> we're giving a raise to everybody who answers the phones at nbc. >> who in your world knows? >> just our immediate family. >> everybody now knows. >> just your immediate family knew up p til a few minutes ago. >> well, when we verified it
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get her over to the house. i tried to tell her, hey, i need -- there was some advil or something. i need you to bring them over -- she's lives down the road from us, and i says i need you to bring them to the house. well, she didn't bring them to the house. she got sosobody else to bring them to the house, so i had to stop what i was doing and i had to go over to her house, and me and her mother said sit down, listen, we've got to talk to you. >> tiffany, what d d you think when you heard this? >> i was excited and they are at the same time. >> did you google how much are private jets. >> >> no, no. i didn't -- i didn't actually know anything really at that point. i went into work so i worked all day. >> must be hard to be -- munford is not a huge town. >> i hope not to move. >> we've been there forever. >> have you had friends say going on, i wonder who won the lottery. >> we had to ignore a lot of calls and we dididt want to have to -- >> a lot of texts.
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>> extraordinary story. >> well, i have to tell you i do have some family in tennessee. so it's possible we're fourth or fifth cousins. >> you may need them to hide out thenen >> john and lisa, congratulations to you. joe and eileen, thank you for bringing us the story. keep us posted and we'll try to get you out of here. >> thanks for having us. >> thank you so much. >> get a check of the weather w with al. >> mom, dad! google adopt a weather man. yway, congratulations, guys. good for you. >> thank you. >> well, we've been n lking about this cold air coming. remember a couple years ago when the polar vortex got in. wewe, this is the differerce between what's happened then and what's happening now. stronger vortex, compact, it's always up there. the cold air is contained. two years ago it all@shifted brutally cold air.
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right now so it's a little more wavy and that lets little lobes of cold air break off and that's what we're going to bebeeeing over this weekend and here comes the cold air. look at the next three days. minneapolis, you're 1 above and dropped down to 7 below on sunday. new york city, 48 tomorrow. by monday it's 30. 14 in cleveland and monday 13 in indianapolis. gets all the way down south. look at raleigh. 58 tomorrow. on monday, and knoxville, 45 saturday and monday 32 degrees. that cold air really sets in for at least the next several days. we're going to get to your local
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30 seconds.cold, steady/falling temps. very cold saturday through monday with dangerous chills possible sunday morning and monday morning as lows dip into the negative teens. highs will be in the positive t%ens on tuesday with a slight chance of ligvt snow tracking in. stray snow showers/flurries, breezy, cold, ststady/falling temps. very cold saturday through monday with dangerous chills possible sunday morning and monday morning as lows dip into the negative tuesday with a slight chavce of light snow tracking in. straasnow showers/flurries, breezy, cold, steady/falling temps. very cold saturday through monday with dangerous chills possible sunday morning and monday morning as lows that's what you heard is lisa's phone blowing up. >> thank you, al. still coming up, a call to $% boycott the cars. there' a growing backlash against the all-white acting nominations for a second straight year. >> plus, an nbc news exclusive.
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we're back now at 7:30. it's friday morning. 15th of january, 2016, and we're following breaking news this morning. e u.s. coast guardrd leading the search now for two marine helicopters after reports of a collision near oahu, hawaii. nbc's jim mick chefs can i is on this at thepentagon. jim, what can you tell us. >> reporter: security officials tell nbc news that the two marine helicopters with a total of 12 marines on board were on a nighttime training mission off thth island walua in hawaii when they crashed, a mid-air collision. coast guard helicopters have arrived, spotted a bururng debris field in the water and an empty life raft, but so far no sign of any survivors.% obviously the cause of the crash not known. the searchnd rescue efforts continue, but, according to u.s. military officials, again, apparently no survivors spotted so far in the crash of those two
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>> all right, mick, i know you'll keep an eye on it. >> reporter: you bet. in other news this morning, the cd c-section pected to warn women who are or hopeo become pregnant to avoid traveling in certain parts of latin america and the caribbean, the concern it a mosquito born virus that's spreadingform. nbc's tom costello is talalng to the country's health experts. >> reporter: experts are calling this a pandemic in the making. the cd@ individualsing this is a really strong action in response to the virus which poses risk to adults but for babies in the womb it can be devastating. the photographs capture heartbreak and fear. babies born in brazil withh abnormally small heads and brains who often die. health experts believe mosquitos are spreading the zika virus, infecting pregnant m mhers who then pass it on to unborn babies. now with the rio summer olympics just months away the military has been called out to dump
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protect themselves from mosquitos. what is the zika virus? it's believe to have originated in uganda and quickly spread to other warm humid climates, and now more than a dozen countries in the caribbeaea central and south america. in adults it's usually nothing more serious than a short lived headache, joint pain and fever, but in unborn children, researchers believe the zika virus can lead to microcephaly which in many children is fatal. among the world experts, dr. peter hotez at baylor college of medicine. >> babies having a very small head and also having lots of neurological complications. this is a very serious birth defect, and what's so impressive is that there's been hundreds, perhaps thousands of these birth defects across latin america but particularly in northeastern brazil where it's been most heavily concentrated. >> reporter: w, oxford university researcrs have mapped out where the virus c cld spread if left unchecked. eventually into southern coastal
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should limit its spread. i don't expect at all that there will l a majoror outbreak of a mosquito-born disease like this in the united states mostly because we have a climate issue in our favor. >> so far, no known cases here in the u.s. of mosquitos spreading zika but mosquitos love hot humid area with stagnant water with trash piling up. those areas along the gulf states in particular are of concern. one woman in texas was recently diagnosed as having the zika, texas and is thought to have contracted it while visiting latin america. >> scary. let's take a turn and get a check of the weather. >> that's right. we've got a nor'easter coming which normally everybody kind of worries about snow. well, not necessarily this time. here it is. it's starting to push already through the southeast. a lot of rain in florida. southern georgia and on into the soutast, in the carolinas. it pushes up during the day day. the southeast will see heavy rain, 2 to 3 inches.
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great lakes and then for late friday into saturday, rain from washington, d.c. up into boston. snow in new england,d, but the good news, that is if you don't like snow. all the cold air is back up in here so there's nothing but warm air here and all the mgisture so we s rain. however, once that moves through we are going to see cold air filtering in across the great lakes and that's going to bring a lot of lake-effect snow. meantime, heavy rain down@ through florida, storm after ststm, going to o e bahamas, forget aboututt. it's going to be a mess but look at the snow that will be generated from northern new england, that's from the system moving through this is jake-effect snow making its way into westete new york and look at all along the great lakes, up to a foot or more from marquette, michigan, ontemps. very old saturday through monday with dangerous chills possible sunday morning and monday morning as lows dip into the negative teens. highs will be in the positive teens on tuesday with a slight chance of light snow tracking in. stray snoo
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steady/falling temps. very cold saturday through monday with dangerous chills possible sunday morning and monday morning as lows dip into the negative teens. highs will be in the positive teens on tuesday with a slight chance of light snow tracking in. stray snow showers/flurries, breezy, cold, and that's your latest ather. savannah. >> all right, al. thanks. coming up. we'll check in with our powerball couple. their phones have been blowing up, mostly from calls from al. how their lives have changed in the last half hour after coming forward with what they say is one of the winning tickets. >> also, coming, an interview
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nbc news exclusive. amal clooney, the smart, savvy and stylish lawyer and, , s, wife of george clooney is speaking out. >> she sat down with nbc's cynthia mcfadden who joins us now. cynthia, good morning. >> good morning. well, she's been practicing law atathe highest levels for the past 15 years and last year, of course, she married one of the most famous bachelors on the planet, but amal clooney had never sat down for a network interview until now. this week in washington she let us sit down with her and watch her at work as she pushes for action on a case she hopes she n get all of us to care about. when hollywood's favorite bachelor fell in love, the press couldn't get enough. >> amal, whatever alchemy it is that brought us together, i couldn't be more proud to be your husband. >> it clearly wasn't just her looks and style that grabbed george clooney's attention. >> amal is a human rights lawyer who worked on the enron case, was an adviser to kofi annan regarding syria and was selected for a three-person u.n. commission investigating rules
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strip. so tonight her husband is getting a lifetime achievement award. >> oxford educated, she is a member of an elite group of top flight international human rights lawyers working often for free under some of the most challenging of circumstances. like her trip to the maldives in september to meet with her client, mohammed nashid, the country's former president, now a prisoner, sentenced to 13 ars for a terrorism conviction the u.n. says was bogus. >> so before you went, your co-counsel was stabbed in the head. do you worry about your safety? >> iean, it wasn't the most comfortable position to be in, but, you know, i was determined to go. it meant a lot to me to meet nashid who i had read about and considereded hero, and i was inspired by his leadership on climate justice, his leadership on human rights. >> if we do not act now, my island nation wille submerged by the rising sea.
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forced him from office nashid was eventually dragged into court where he wasn't allowed to call even a single witness. >> it's very cleararhat this was just a sham trial designed to get him out of the political scene and in prison. >> and while the list of world leaders now calling for nashid's release is impressive. it is one of his lawyers, a reluctant celebrity, who may be getting the most traction. >> many years ago angelina jolie said to me that she understood that she was going to get attention and if she couldldse all of that light and energy that was coming towards her and turn it around, i mean, is that how you feel about the celebrity? >> i think it's wonderful that celebrities would choose to spend their time or energy or, you know, spotlight that they have to -- to raise awareness about these causes. i don't really see myself in the same way because i'm still doing the same job thahai used to do before. if there's more attention paid for whatever reason to -- to that, then -- >> oh, you know the reason. >> then i think that's good.
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certain responsibility that comes with that. i think i'm exercising it in an appropriate manner by continuing to do this kind of work. >> clooney was in washington thisiseek urging congress s d the administration to get tough on the mounting human rights abuses in the maldives. she and co-counsel jarred genzer are pushing g r travel restrictions on the country's leaders and a freeze of their bank accounts until her client is released. >> the u.s. values are at stake, democracy is a astake. >> a a perhaps even national security. >> the maldives has the highest rate of isis fighters being recruited from that country per cata in the world. at leastst00 fighters who haveve gone to iraq and syria from the maldives. >> they are not calling for a tourism ban, but -- >> i think it's important for tourists to know the facts of what's happening in the maldivers. i don't think people realize that there's a flogging taking
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are sunbathing at their resort. >> it is an uphill battle in fairness, it is. >> it is. i mean, if you are a lawyer and you want to take on easier cases can you prosecute traffic violations or something. you'd have a very high rate of success and you could probably sleep more easily at night, but that's not what drives me. i want to work on cases that i feel the most passionate about. >> you're not going to give up. >> no, it's not an option. >> clooney tells me that s left washington with a commitment that a sanctions resolution will be introduced inin congrere and a promise from senior government officials that they are considering taking serious action. quite a woman. >> what was the reactionhen you're walking through the halls of congress in washington with amal clooney, were heads turning? >> heads were turning, yes. everyone is too restrained to say and how is george, but, you know, you can tell, and there were lots of photographs taking place. >> but to her credit she's continuing to do this work that
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>> listen, she's not doing this as a celebrity. she is been doing this for 15 years. yes, she's dedicated. >> cynthia, thank you. coming up, the explosion on social media. how you're reacting to the robinsons telling us that they are holding one of the winning poporball tickets. but first these messages. our digestive systems handle a lot over the holidays. 20 hours of anxiously fighting crowds to find the perfect gifts. cooking for family meals where we eat over 15 pounds of t tkey and sides.
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you ready to see what people are saying. >> yes. >> here we go. >> i love, love, love this tennessee couple. they love of the lottery, great interview. this isy favorite #grounded. another sweet one frommaura lynnnn loved seeing the lottery winning family from tennessee on the "today" show. those are the kind of people who hope will win. now you work in an office about 55 people,ut your phone has rung a 500 times. how many people have your phone number? >> obviously we're listed. >> not anymore. >> we will be going private. >> guys, i asked john what was his ring tone, and you said it's just like a whistle. >> but it's on silent now. >> it's on silent now. >> and we're debating what we should change thehe ringen to to. >> i think i'm going to leave it like it is because it's vibrating on my hips, just let it keep on buzzing. >> all right. we've got a few more tweets and things coming in, guys. this one said @todayshow, those people have the winning ticket,
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it's not like somebody is going to run and grab you, on national tv like the "today" show. >> nobody knew at this point and around. >> and you're going straight back to tennessee to properly over. >> hand it over to the authorities. >> we wish you the best as do our viewers on social media. this one says i'm truly happy for is family from tennessee that won the powerball. these f fks will know how to enjoy around use that money. so congratulations, again. feeling good? >> yes. >> feeling nervous still? >> it hasn't real sunk in, yes, but a little nervous. >> why is al roker still latched on your leg? that didn't sound right. we just love you guys, congratulations. thanks for joining us this morning. back over to you guys. my southern accent. >> where's the ticket, john, still got the ticket? haven't seen it in a little while.
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at iowa a tate --- and police still have no leads. the victim was freshman -- emmalee jacobs -- an eastern ioa native. offjcers say they've had dozens of tips but nothing is pannng out. theyyre hoping new leads come during the new semester -- which started this week. one iowa man is going home with prize. bry[n stewart's ticket matched the first five numbers of wednesday's lottery, but not the powerball number. anyone who gets just the first five numbers wins one million
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it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, remembering rene. the outpouring of support for celine dion this morning after the sad passing of her husband anan manager of over 20 years. what celine is saying about his long and courageous battle with cancer. then, best cleanse ever? how about tacos foror breakfast, lunch and dinner, the unusual new diet craze that's taking the internet by storm with a wink, a nod and a side of gawk. i can't believe it >> and as the deep freeze sets in, it doesn't mean your style has to suffer. we'll show you how to wear some of winter's most popular trends, today, friday, january 15,2016. >> good morning, richmond, virginia! >> good morning, south carolina, from "today."
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birthihirsary here at "today." >> good morning memphis from new york city. that's my 40th birthday. >> go tide. here from alabama! >> it's 8:00 on "today." it's the 15th of january, 2016, and it's a nice morning out on our plaza. we've got a couple of newly engaged folks, congratulations to them. some birthdays. a huge carson daly fan over here.. oh, wow, mtv. >> carson making dreams come true this morning. >> i'll be there in a minute, everybody. >> go ahead, we've got it. >> carson is with his public. >> his posse and public. >> you'll definitely want to add this recipe to your dinnertime rotation. >> sounds good. >> the four js are here as we
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cape to make 2016 happy and healthier, questions from them to finance, fashion or anything head to "today's" facebook page and we'll get those answers coming right up. >> first to natalie, this morning' top stories. nat, good morning. >> once again, a developing story. the coast guard isseading a search for survivors this morning after two u.s. marine helicopters crashed during an overnight training mission over oahu in hawaii. officials say 12 people were aboard the two choppers. the coast guard says crews have spotted an empty life raf and also reported seeing burning debris on the ware. the u.s. navy andnd honolulu fire department are helping with that search. with less than three weeks until the iowa caucuses republicansront-runners donald trump and ted c cz held nothing back in thursday night's presidential debate. trump shot down cruz's criticism of new york values after s sers pointing to the spirits after the 9/11 attacks and cruz who
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in canada and his eligibility to run. >> there's a big question mark on your head, and you can't do that to the party. >> since september the constitution hasn't changed. but the poll numbers have. >> in another clash, senator marco rubio said cruz had changed his stand on key issues, especially imgration. cruz answered back by claiming that at least half the things rubio said were false. and this morning i asked senator rubio if he was accusing ted cruz of shifting positions with the changing winds of politics. >> on i iue after issueuehat you nd is he's campaigning as some sort of consistent conservative but in fact what he's been consistent aboutsolitical calculation on the issue of the day. >> and senator rubio also t td that the main immigration issue right now is preventing isis from using the system to slip terrorists into the united states. life could change in unimaginabab ways for a tennessee couple claiming to have one.
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record powerball jackpot. john and lisa robinson appeared with us exclusively this morning along with their daughter and attorney. nbc has not been able to verify jackpot. >> i wrote the numbers down and i got to looking and i saw and i looked again, and they are the same, looked again, and the third time i went running down the hallway, john, john, you've got to check these numbers and i startled him because he was asleep on the couch. >> john said it was his wife who urged him to buy a ticket on his way home from work even though he s sd he wasn't feeling all too well. the husband and manager of singer celine dion has died after a long battle with cancer. 73-year-old rene angelil died at home in las vegas, his wife singing his praises until the very end. >> dairy rene, when we choose to get married years ago, we
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each other and be totally committed and devoted. through the good and bad times, in sickness and in health. >> celine dion expressing what those vows would come to mean in her mararageith her m mager rene angelil. after doctors first diagnosed him with throat cancer in 1999. >> my love, i'm promising again that i will always be there for you no matter what. i love you more each day and forever. >> torgt in harmony, their showbiz relationship eventually blblsomed into an unconventional love affair. rene discovered celine at age 12. the pair tied the knot in 1994 as celine's career headed toward titanic-sized success. then came rene's firstst health
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have a child. >> you guys have been together for ahile rngs we're going to give you a little challenge to see how good you are. >> celine and rene welcomed a baby boy in 2001 and a set of twins in 2010. the woman with the powerhouse voice would have to become her husband's rock once again. rene's cancer reterned in 2014. >> he's my hero. >> in sickness and in health, those vows turning into rene's last wish, to die in his wife's arm. >> when someone needs help, it's not time to cry. you help. >> and rene would have turned 74 tomorrow. he also leaves behind three children from previous marriages. line has canceled all of her vegas shows until further notice. >> so devoted.
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always by each other's side. we turn now to some health news. it's a diet that has definitely got some attention across the country. >> of course this is the time of theear people start looking fofo ways to stay fit. this one caught our eye because it is simply called the taco cleanse. anyway, it's called taco cleanse. it's pretty much what it sounds like. you eat tacos for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. which has to make you wonder, is this really real. to diet or to detox that is the question now that cleanses are one of america's favovote ways to stay healthy. with impressive names like master cleanse and the blue print, they often involve drinking your meals. all that could go down the drain thanks to a new craze.
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it's the brain child of four self-proclaimed d tacoco scientists. >> we're wearing lab coats, that means we know what we're talking about. >> in their new book of vegan and healthy recipes, the team pokes fun at the cleanse trend. >> whatever it is that ails you, there's a taco that can cure it. >> vowing it will help fertility, beard growth, weight loss and all around good humor, especially if eaten%for 30 days straight. >> 1010 of our research subjects tacos have helped with either ailments that they were trying to work on. >> yes, cleanses are even glamorous with celebrity supporters from beyonce, to gwyeneth paltrow.
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tacos as much as we love tacos. >> experts say traditional cleanses cane an important jump start to a healthier life. >> a cleanse is all about getting the junk out of your diet and feeling your body with healthy food. if the taco is made with all healthy ingredients, sure. it can fit right into your program. >> don't run souou of the border just yet. our health experts say balance is free. but you could always try juicing >> oh! >> that's an al roker line. >> all the outrage over this, it's not i guess a real -- but tacos -- you can have a healthy taco. >> if you only had one -- >> 500 calories. i've never just had one taco. >> that's good.
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in a new way that's never been done before. you see it with multiple cameras to show you what donald trump actually sees, and then there's also this off-the-cuff moment with ted cruz. take a look. >> the bush 2000 campaign, eight marriages that came out of the campaigngn and this campaign, we only have two couples dating. i'm like what's going on here. we're having fun. i think peoule can tell if you're having a joyful campaign. >> that's so refreshing. >> theish issus premiers this sunday on showtime network. >> interesting. all right. the next story is all about kids and kindness. blair walls, is the kickck for the minnesota vikings. over the weekend he missed a field goal that ended up costing his team the game and ended the somebody as well, a crushing defeat. lots of fans blasted blair on social media but some first graders outside the twin cities did something else. they wrote him letters. they drew him pictures to cheer him up. here's one. the crowd goes wild. we still think you're awesome, blair. another says keep on trying.
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>> blair surprised the students on thursday and thanked them for their kindness. >> thank you from the bottom of my heart, seriously. that cheered me up a lot and the fact that you guys would do that for me, somebody you have never met a don't know that's huge and it can help in attorney tis like these.e. >> that't' cool. >> afterwards, blair posed for pictures with the kids and was signing autodwrafs. >> love that. >> we need more stories like that. >> remember, puppies are cute. >> they are cute. >> keep on ying. >e know, we have one, seriously. >> now to hillary clinton's job interview on "the tonight show" and leonardo dicaprio explains what really happened in that viral moment with lady gaga. carson, "pop start." >> first up, hillary clinton is running for one of the toughest jobs in the world so jimmy fallon put her through a little bit of a job interview. >> hillary, thank you for coming down. having me. >> how did you hear about the position? >> fourth grade social studies. >> is there an e-mail address we can reach you?u?
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e-mail controversy there. next is an update on the "friends" reunion everyone is talking about. earlier this weekkbc announced all six cast members would appear in a tribute to legendary comedy director james brought, the come set to air on nbc. nbc said it would be hard to get all of them in the same roomm and now we know for sure at least one cast member will not be able to be there in person, matthew perry because he's in london rehearsing for a new play, but matthew still could appear in the special, maybe on tape as a part of the show. >> no planes going back and rth. >weet al roker. >> just kidding. one of the most shared moments from the golden globes, leonardo dicaprio caught off guard as lady gaga passed by him to accept his best actress award. that clip went viral, and now the two could reunite at the oscars where they are both up for awards. on a british morning show leo was asked federal there could b b anotherriral run-in.
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you and to brush your arm, whether you would look quite so surprised this time around. >> we were laughing about that afterwards. i actually had no idea who was passing me or what was going on but that was a funny little bit that went around. >> were you surprised that it nt viral? >> yeah, i was. it's -- it's amazing what goes viral these days. i guess i'm of a different generation now because i have no idea where this stuff comes from on how it's even captured. >> there you go. that is your "pop star" >> i love when leo acts like he's an old man. >> crazy kids. >> isn't he ourur age? >> all right. carson, thanks. let's get a check of the weather. >> oh, that leonardo dicaprio. he and i are going to go get some metamucil. it will be great. anyway, here's what's going on. low pressure, a big potent storm system will be pushing into the pacific northwest. that c/mes in saturday, but in th meantime more ranges, more
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the rockies, but as we watch this one storm bring snow to the rockies, that next one how the in the pacific is going to arrive lateonight on into tomorrow ando tomorrow you've got that unsettled day of rain and snow, and this is going to be the pattern over the next several days. some places in northern california could see seven inches plus, so we are talking about flash flooding is a very good possibility, especially incold, steady/falling temps. very cold saturday through monday0 with dangerous chills possible sunday morning and monday morning as s ws dip into the negative teens. highs will be in the positive teens on tuesday with a slight chance of light snow tracking in. stray snow showers/flurries, breezy, cold, steady/falling temps. very cold saturday through monday with dangerous chills possiile sunday morning and monday morning as lows dip into the negative tuesday with a slight chance of light snow tracking in. stray snow showers/flurries, breezy, cold, steady/falling temps. very cold saturday ttough monday th dannerous chills possible sunday morning and monday morning as lows dip into the >> and that's your latest
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>> oh, hi, al. you'rereight there. thank you. now to start today as we help you stick to your new year' resolutions this time around. last week the financial editor jean chatzky talked us t tough how to earn more and today the other part of that, spending less. >> happy finance friday. >> good morning, yay. >> let's look what's in our dgets. what do we spend our m mey on? >> the big five are taxes. about a third of all our money goes to taxes. housing, transportation, food and healthcare, and if you can tackle these big categorieie and really make a dent, you don't have to worry as much about the little stuff. >> shopping spree, doesn't crack the top five. >> no shoes, i know, surprise >> you really have to get your mind set in n e right place before we do any of your tips. >> right. >> i want people to adopt the personal policy statement where there are certain things that you just don't buy. maybe you don't go out to dinner more than two tes a week. maybe you don't spepe more than $7 on lunch.
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because people have trouble arguing, when yououust say thihi is the way it is for me, i don't do that. >> so if you say i can't it seems a little more wishy washy. >> wishy washy, and the more you say i don't, the more you start to believe it yourself. >> okay,great. let's start with taxes, right. how do we spend less on taxes, if you can figure that one out. >> aim for higher deductions and more credits, so you increase your deduction on retirememt by just putting more into your retirement plans, helps you save more in general. these are your tax-deductible i.r.a.s and your 401(k)s, bump it up by 1%. the saver's credit is a fabulous benefit that only about a quarter of a people know about. >> i've never heard that have. >> i you're a couple earning less than about $60,000 a year or a single earning less than 30,000, can you get a dollar-for-dollar credit against your tax bill for putting money into a 401(k) of about $1,0 to $2,000, so that's huge. if you're hununng for a job thihi year, we know the job market is a little bit better. make sure you save all the information, all the receipts
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because if it gets to 2% of your income thresesld you can write it f. >> okay. and when it comes to doing your taxes for most people tax software is great. first of all, it's cheap and 4% second of all it alerts you to all these credits and deductions that you don't want to miss. >okay. let's talk about housing, a huge spending item. >> huge spending. first of all, you may want to think about downsizing, but we know that moving is hard, so let's tackle the other things that are relalad to housing. proper tax bills, the national taxpayers union believes that about a third to two-thirds of all properties are overassessed and yet people don't go through the process of challenging their bills. >> because it's intimidating. >> it's intimidating, but you can hire somebody to do it for you, a local lawyer. they will take a portion. money thatthey save you so it's a win-win all around. also, reduce your utility costs, the best weapon is a programmable thermostat to lower the temperature while you're out of house or while you're sleeping, and when it comes t t homeownersrs insurance, the same
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deductibles, same benefits, vary widely, even in the same location so we want to make sure every time youpolicy is up for renewal on the internet or shopping around. >> let's talk about transportation. >> again. cheaper car the next time around. buy it used a a drive i i into the ground. that's the cheapest way to own a car. this year we're expected to save $100 over last year on gas alone, according to aaa. make sure you're putting that money automaticalal into savings so you won't spend it. >> saying calculate what you're saving and then just put that money away. >> it's not in your checking account, the chances that you spend it go down tremendously. also, a lot of people these days addicted to uber, addicted to lift. they have uber pool and lift line and via where you share these rides with somebody else that can reduce your costs by 60%, and, again, on the car insurance, a good score means % lower ratesn car insurance.
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food eating lunch out at restaurants. >> and we waste. when you cook and you should be cooking, make sure that you are putting the leftovers away in individually portioned packages so that you don'tave to cook as much layer. use that personal policy about not eating out all the time. >> i don't order takeout every night. >> exactly, i don't. it's not i can't, because i can't is flexible and shop your pantry before you go to the grocery store. >> and then our final category, prescriptions and healthcare. >> prescriptions don't cost the same at every pharmacy. "consumer reports" did a huge stwry and fond the same prescription can cost tenimes as much as onene local pharmacy than another so make sure you're shopping that around. ask the pharmacist if they have any coupons, and if it's cheaper if you don't use insurae, and when you're sitting with your doctor and they say i'd like you to have x, "y" and "z" tests and make sure it's necessary. >> okay. >> big takeaway, personal policies, downsize where you can
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>> jean, you're awesome, a financial machine. thank you very much. if you want to have more questions get on facebook, and you guys are online today. let's g over to carson with the reststf the four js. >> jean, make your way over here, if you wouldn't mind. questions are pouring in for a start today. if you've got one for our
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this morning,we're keeping an eye on the roads. so far, no reports of any serious crashes. a different story yesterday. police say the roads were iy when a cedar rapids squad ar crashed. police had been called out to a five-car accident to the
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two people were killed west oo mmengo on highwhw 212. the iowa county sheriff's office says bethany clark was driving a car with her 2-year-old son inside when she lost control. the car went into the ditch. it caught fire -- killing both of them. slick roads could've been a factor in this crash in waterloo yesterday. police tell us a mom and her daughters were inside. one suffered minor injuries. now, let's go to eileen with a look at weather. stray snow showers/flurries, breezy, cold, steady/falling temps. very cold saturday through monday with dangerous will be in the positive teens on we'll be back in 30 minutes, be sure to check kwwl dot com for the latest news you're watching k- w-w-l, we've got you covered.
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it's 4:30 now. friday morning. 15th of january, 2016, and it's a nice morning out on the plaza. we've got an energetic crowd getting ready to start the weekend, feeling good. we've got our mt lauer fan here today. good morning to you.u. nice to have everybody. >> coming up, we're going to check in with our four js as they take questions on today's facebook page about sticking to your resolutions this time around. >> speaking of resolutions, doesn't have anything to do with it, but we'll cook up a good brisket r%cipe andhis does get thetamp of approval from
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>> we love her and fashion star megan is here reminding us you can look ststish. > i love that hat, i don't know if i'm brave enough to wear that. >> i can see you wearing that. >> i'll get one for all of us when we talk to her. >> but first let's get a check of the weather. >> let's see if you need a a hat like t tt starting with your weekend outlook. saturday, wet and snowy in the pacific northwest and snow around the great lakes and look for some rain in the gulf coast and then sunday, sunday, we are lookokg at more lake-effect snow around the great lakes. heavy rain and wind in the pacific northwest with snow in the interior sections. rain will continue through florida.a. could be s se flooding. we'll be w567g that. plenty of sunshine through the southwest into the gulf coast. bitterly cold but clear on sunday as you get into the plains as the core of that cold air starts to sink south. temps. very cold saturday through monday with dangerous chills possible sunday morning and monday morning as lows di into the negative teens. highs will be in the positive teens on
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chance of light snow tracking in. stray snow showers/flurries, breezy, cold, steady/falling temps. very cold saturday through monday with dangerous chills possible sunday morning and monday morning as lows dip into the negative teens. highs will be in the positive teens on tuesday with a slight chance of light snow tracking in. stray snow showers/flurries, breezy, cold, my goodness. look who is turning ten. what's your name. >> >> ela. >> ela, and you're turning 10, what's your name? >> isabella. just kidding. >> 45. >> there you go, all right. that's what's going on. now let's go bk in to tamron. >> very cute, al. thank you very much. well, our stars today four jas questions. it's a special day because, did now on -- >> where have you been? you're officially on facebook. >> thank you, thank you. you know, there were some people that said they were me on facebook but it wasn't the real me.
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communicatee with the real. >> i've resisted this for a long time. >> okay. >> and so you're answering some things. >> well, i'm answering some things and i'm checking out what facebook is all about. >> okay, you knowow i got -- >> this new thing they call facebook. >> crazy kids on facebook. >> a b)g day for one of our viewers and jill what can you tell bus that? >> i'moing to move over here. yesterday whehe we did the steals and deals we asked you to tweet in photos with a really clever caption. >> okay. i want to tell you all the deals thth our viewer is going to win, the provita which is a juicer, marika fitness wear, zunammy, dynapro andnd treadmilil it sold out. are we ready to reveal our winner? >> well, okay, so this little thing. >> okay. hold on. >> touou that.. >> drum roll. drum roll. >> what happened. uh-oh.
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>> julia johnson. look at her caption. i lift babies. >> i think a lot of people can relate to. >> so many adorable things in this picture including the diaper peeking out. >> two kids. >> oh, that isis a kid in motion. well, congratulations, julia. enjoy the treadmill so good stuff planned here. they will hop back on the facebook and answer more of your questions. a reminder you, too, can get advice on how to achieve your goals. head to today's facebook page where jill, jenna, jean and joy will be answering your questions and carson or johnson, whatever. >> tamron, thank you very much now to a new docu series on the history channel called "liviv to tell" which gives y y a rare look into the u.s. special operations forces in the war on terror with raw and revealing stories from u.s. fighters themselves. >> i've been shot, broke my back, it was fractured and my shoulder busted up and my face
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my tongue in hit and broke my nose, head injuries, knocked myself out multiple times. >> we asked marquez where are the bad guys, and he says they are all around us. they are everywhere around us. >> peter berg is s e executive producer of "live to tell" and rcus latrelle, special forces. >oth military families, between battleships and "lone survivor" and "live to tell." what inspired you to do this. >> when i got to know m mcus and did "lone survivor" i got to know so many of his buddies and heard so many stories and "lone survivor" and the movie we were able to make was very important story and there were hundreds of these stories and we wanted to tell more of them so that's the genesis for this show. >> this series airs on history channel,ation episodes each, telling a new story. this partitilar story sunday rather is your story. my grandfather was a green
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talking to him. he didn't want to tell his story. >> sure. >> how difficult is it for you to tell your story? >> well, it's tough. every time i get into it. i don't rehearse into, everything that comes out of my mutt regurgitates from memory. kind of one of the things t tt overlooked because the rescue was crazier than anything i had gotten into to get in there, and when the green berets and the rangers found me, i mean, they looked like thehe were the walking deatat they were beat down and they were still coming to get me, and that's one of the things that saved my life and the only thing i held on to is i knew someone wa coming to get me, dead or aliviv they wereoming to get me and they did. >> it's been ten years. is it still hard to relive that? >> i mean, i get up in the lake and paying it all the time. doesn't rule my life if that's what you're wondering. not like i get stuck in it and can't get out of it. it was a tough time a a we got through it and the guys who saved me i've forever grateful
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>> pete, tell me abo shooting this thing, do such a good job whether it's you putting us,, the viewers, right into the heart of high school football in texas or at war. how did you shoot some of these things? >> these are actually are. >> it's interviews with real operators and it's like they are telling war stories and what's cool abo it is the guys who did the interviews and the guys that kind of produces the show under me were all veterans so what you got was a case where these veterans were talking to veterans so the stories are really quite interimate. they are funny hand heartbreaking. i didn't have to do the work. it's letting these great men tell their storieie >> petet and marcus, "life to tell" airs suntsds night on the history channel. when we come back, how can you
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we are back a a 8 40ek. just because it's cold outside that does not mean your style has to suffer. megan markell is here with the hottest trends and plays the shionable rachel bands on usa's "suits" and runs your own fashion and livetill website. >> good to see you. >> "suits" is on hiatus. >> and coming back on air january 27th. >> we're not doing suits today, doing warm winter trends. >> yes. >> the first one is our high shine and rivets. actually, lot of celebrities have been doing both of these trends, we've seen julian moore, melissa king. >> at the golden globes we saw so much about that. take a aice sort of metallic shiny element, right, sorry here we have this great skirt and the flats have the nice metallic elements and the rivets right there. u can get a great accessoryry with a piece of rivets and put it on in your wardrobe. >> you call them rivets. i would have calle them
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>> and right there at the top at her neckline so we have both of those at play, and i think what's so fun is that you can combine them. you don't have to stick with one trend solei, and can you just make a really fantastic and funun outfit. >> i see you've got morgan modeling here and has a few different pieces of metallic stuff. okay to mix and match a little bit? >> that's the fun of it and still looks so beautiful because i think the tones are complementnty which is part of what's helping it look just completely pulled together. she looks great. >> morgan, thanks so much. >> our next trend is winter blooms. we saw this on rachel mcadam, kate hudson. >> winter blooms right here. >> now we have our model hide. tell us about this. we see florals in some way, shape or former season. >> exactly. what's so great about winter blooms is you're having a navy or black, more muted background as with both of our dresses it's it's a lot easier to pep near your wardrobob andoesn't seem
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pair it with polka dots or textured tight. don't be afraid to mix and match the florals. >> florals are wintry colors in the florals as well. >> looks so classy and elegant and still playful as opposed to just having a ltle black dress. have a winter floral dress. >> i like it. >> heidi,i,hank you very much. >> next up, sweaters. i mean, this is like southwest explosion right here. this is ola, our model, and we've seen this look on a lot of different celebrities, jessica alba, alexis chung. tell me about ola's look. >> ola looks amazing, and just so fun. the great thing with sweater dressing is that what you have to rememberrs keep it looking polished. you really want to have some pencil skirt, fitted aesthetic with i and then can you have a sloppy top with a looser sweater. >> i'm always afraid with a sweater i'll look frumpy or something. you know what i mean, like how do you make it so it is a tailored look. >> it is streamlined so the skirt has a nice fitted silhouette. if have you that chunkiness,
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bit to give her a shape and then be playful with the great beanie she has on and the pom-pom, hool sneakers. >> the sneakers are cute, makes it look really coziy. >> ola, you look fabulous, thank you. >> and our lt look is shearling, rihihna wearing this, kendall jenner and mary kate is rocking it in our studio. >> faux shearling is the warmest of the synthetic furs so this is completely affordable and not like an old school bomber jacket. it's that material but in a more fitted and sleek silhouette. pair it and layer it on top of things. just has an extra texture t tt makes you look really current. >> i like the kind of '70s vibe you have going here. >> that hasn't gone away. the red develop set boots and still the pant, realre, if you're peppering in all these trends that we saw cross over from fall and adding in these elements like the shearling you are on top of your game. >> and you've got the sweater going with it, too, s s you c c
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together. >> and it still looks streamlined. looks amazing. >> thank y y so much. >> 'll see you on "suits" that returns to our sister network on wednesday, january 20th. >> coming up a recipe for a healthy and hearty meal onn a
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this is "today" on nbc. all right.t. we're back at 8:46 with today's food and more of our week dedicated for making favorite dishes a little bit later. ellie krieger is author of the new book "you have it made." there's a look at the book. ellie, good morning. thanks for being here. look at this beautiful slab of brisket wondering how you're going to make it lighter. >> really not that hard. 's surprising. >> cut, trim and portions.
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people can make the beautiful dish today. >> like every recipe in my book. more than 140ll make ahead so that makes i i easy on a busy week night and have it ready already. >> you have a lot of spices. a lot of great spices. most of you probably have -- you might not have chinese five spice which is kind of almost like cinnamony a little bit. >> okay. >> you can maybe even replace it with cinnamon if you wanted to, onio powder, a little bit of sugar to -- >> is thihi a rub you're creating. >> a little cayenne pep per, a sweet, spicy, savory thing, salt and pepper and that'seasy. youan just whisk that up, and you can rub it in and i can tell you a little bit about this cut. >> it's a flat half of the brisket which is already naturally lean when you buy this particular part. >> you have the flat half of f e briskeke >> the first cut or the flat half. and then you trim it, so you make sure all the extra fat is trimmed off and you basically have a really lean piece of
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you get this all rubbed in there, and then it's all about building flavor in a healthy way and spices is a great way to do it. not a lot of salt on here. really amping up the flavorr with spices. >> all righgh got the team downstairs eating, by the way. >> hello. >> i know, they are loving it. >> and you were eating, first. >> i like being right here. i want to make this at home. you brown this and you get a nice sear on there, and that's already down there, and basically you brown it. >> you seer it and turn it over and seerr that side, today. >> make sure it's brown on both sides. you want it the to stick to the pan because you're going to use all the flavor in the sauce. >> that's not the total cooking processor the brisket. >> you just seer it. >> that's the start. brisket is like had a long cooking meat. get it brown and cook it for two, three hours which is why it's perfect to make ahead. do this on a sunday and can you freeze it or fridge rate it and then i have more flavor. sauce, mustard, again, thinking
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i have ginger, garlic, a little bit of soy sauce, some sesame oil. so this is really a blend of kind of western spices. it's called my east-west brisket, okay. a little oil. so you've got some tomato paste and there's going to be onions in there, too, which is maybe a more european flavor profile, but then i also do -- add thesese wondndful asian flavors. >> you're preparing that sauce while this is searing. >> yes. that gets seared. >> guys, a lot of flavors up here. >> amazing. really unbelievable. >> melts in your mouth. >> once you sear that off. did you do that in a slow cooker? >> you totally can do it in a slow cooker. i'm doing it on the stove. also canan do inn oven and absolutely do it in a slow cooker. i have sesame >> okay. >> vinegar, a little bit of water. >> so it has that kind of east-west flavor profile.
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later or is this what you're going to cook it in? >> this is the seared one already. i already have one prepared here. that's also a ton of flavor. i put that in with the sae. if you want to pour that water in with the water. >> all of it? >> yes. now this is how it becomes super tender. this just cooks low and slow. >> let that go. set it and forget it. >> exactly. about two and a half, three hours. you pull it out, you slice it. wow,w, look at that. >> i like to slice it thin. >> it really looked lean. >> it's super lean. when you slice it thin, you can have a reasonable portion of meat. >> right. >> but it's spread out and you feel like you're getting a lot. >> more for sandwiches the next day. what do you serve it with? >> this is a great asian slaw
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it's this whole make-ahead thing, even when life is crazy busy. >> this is that healthy portion we were talking about? >> no, that is for a few people. this is a healthy portion. >> i'm going to try it. >> great. that east-west. >> yeah. >> oh, it's delicious. >> this is amazing. >> still falls apart in your mouth. thank you sosomuch. you can get these recipes and more at today.com/food. we're back in a moment. but first, this is "today" on
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we're back. we've got andrew here. he's a cnbc anchor and co-creatat of show time's new drama "billions". >> take a look. >> do you know when i bring an action, nothing county or even state, it's the united states versus. >> give me a reason. i know who breaks an acacon. and i know whaha you feel about your perfect record, too. you can't a i ford a mark in the loss column. >> lot of people talking about
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area. what was the inspiration? >> it's the inspiration is right now. two amazing filmmakers. one friend of yours. brian kaufman and dave levine. we wanted to create a drama that really captures what's happening. also to show their milies. families. >> it's about a lot. i saw the premiere. i know there were people there thinking, was this ripped from the headlines, is this about anybody we kn. >> it's notot a particular person, though i know there are famous hedge fund managers under a lot doing the same. we try to play with that.. also the idea ofho is the hero, right? we have very sort of black and white notions of that. i think we're trying to get into the gray. chuck who's obvbvusly the
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public good, he'll also do awful things in the name of doing right.t% >> do people see these large in life characters in this, and they think that the story's just about them. so much of what's great about "billions" is the nuance and reactions and how the workings reallyly affects the family. >> it is about the family. two really powerful women in this story i think whoave real marriages. it almost plays against type in some ways. we think about business and finance and money as these -- about numbers. it's about people and about their families. the big decisions that get madee happen oftentimes at home. it's about the nuances that i think we often miss. >> got a real heavy-hitting cast. you can catch the premiere this sunday on shotime. we're back with much more on a friday morning.
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a couple oodeveloping stories right now: first -- u-s stocks open sharply lower. the price of oil is also falling again. another big story -- this morning -- wal-mart sayy it will close 154 will be shut down later this morning -- and we'll let you know. if you wann them -- earn them. that's one of the comments on our facebook page -- from a this week. the court says it's free speech for someone to wear a military medal they didn't receive. thecourt tossed out the conviction of a marre who wore a purple heart on the stand -- a purple heart that wasn't his. he wore it to improve his credibility --- testjfying in a case. we heard from a number of eastern iowans who shared their concerns about the decision. now, let's go to eileen with a look at weather. stray snow showers/flurries, breezy, cold, steady/falling temps. very colddsaturday through monday with dangerrus chills possible sunday morning
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we'll be back in 30 minutes, be sure to check kwwl dot com for the got you covered. she's always stood strong... ...to get the job done. hillary clinton. she stood up to china... ...and spoke out on women's rights... ...went toe tooe with russian human rights. e drug and insurance companies spent millions against her... ...but hillary didn't quit until eight million children got health care. i've never been called a quitter
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she's got what it takes to do the toughest job in the world. i'm hillary clinton and i approve this message. this morning on "today's take," powerball winners
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one tennessee couplee comes forward claiming to have the winning ticket. and then it's going down for real. with a live performance from flo rida andnd find o o why actor rasheeda jones is ruling the internet. coming up right now. >> announcer:rom nbc news, this is "today's take" with al roker,r, natalie morales, willie geist and tamron hall live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hey, hey. and i know what you say thihiis goingown for real
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>> going to be performing at my house in a bit. >> love the new look. tell it all about us later when we talk to you. >> most definite will. >> let's get over to thedesk. >> you know where it is going down for real? in munford, tennessee, right. >> hello. >> hi, guys. >> look who is with us. >> munford, tennessee, and these lovely folks joining us. >> yes. >> it's going down in your house. >> it is going down for real. >> you've got the lucky ticket. >> john and lisa robinson who have been with us all morning long, and they have claimed to have won the powerball jackpot, one of the three people who won the powerbaba jackpot. >> i think -- >> use it or lose it. >> how are you guys doing now? it's sunk in now, had the phone calls, it's trending and everybody is talking about you. what does this feel like for you, lisa? >> christmas.
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a wonderful time here, thank you all. >> your phone was ring off the hook. how many missed calls do you have? >> i gave my phone t t one of f e ladies over there. >> it was just vibrating. >> love it. >> oh, my gosh, you've signed the ticket, we should point out. >> i've signed the ticket. >> so don't try to take it. and they got their lawyer, mr. joe townsend and joe's daughter eileen is also here. >> some. things we have to say right off the bat. lottery officials have n n officially confirmed that this is the winning ticket. you guys came to us first actually. >> mm-hmm. >> yeah. >> that part is true. >> yeah. >> and we've done everything we did to verify this thing. we've done a background check. why did you guys come to us first? >> instead of getting your ticket. >> it was his idea. >> his idea. >> okay. joe, why did you want them to come here. >> i just told them i don't think you can avoid it so you might as well go to a national news outlet and let the american people know. americ people love winners. theses are the winners.
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bit about your life before you won. how was life? >> work, work, come home,ake care of business and -- >> and now that's going to be. >> work, come home, take care of business. >> so you're staying with your job? >> yes. >> awesome. >> you said earlier with savannnn that you love what you do. you love your job, but this morning you did have to call them and let them know. >> i wasn't coming in ts morning. >> what's going on. >> take a listen becauau we have that phone call. >> i have a big mayor to ask. i need you to watch the "today" show and i won't be in today. just watch the "today" show, please. i know, but i won't make it in today. i'll call you and i'll probably be in monday. if you let me. okay. thank you. bye. >> have you heard from her since? >> yes, i have, and i also heard from my administrator, and they
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said,yes, they would be happy to have me back on monday. >> lock how loyal you are. the back story. who picked the numbers. how were the numbers picked? right. >> i'm the one that actually went and got the tickets. i was driving home from work, and it was 6:00 something, 6:56 i think it says on the ticket. i stopppp in the little grocery store and she told me, are you going to buy the lottery tickets, and i said i don't feel like stopping and she said, we, we need to go ahead and gettwo tickets, so when i buy the tickets i buy four at a time and the single picks. >> the quick picks. >> the quick picks. >> so i told the lady give me four of them and she gave me four of them and i come home and i handed it to her and i said i ain't feeling good, i'm going to lay down. i went and laid down on the couch, fell asleep and then come 10:00 she's the one that checked it. >> and she come hollering and screaming through the hallway, you need to check these numbers.
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>> i checked themm three times, okay, this is for real, this is for real. he's going to have a heart attack, john! >> did you call your daughter, did you let her know right away? >> no, no. that's a story in itself. >> okay. what happened? >> my dad wanted me to bring him some medicine because he said he wasn't feeling well. just a ruse to get her over. >> and i actually had somebody else take the medicine to him and he called me and he asked me why i didn't bring it and i said, well, because i have to work, goo work. i couldn't be late so then i said, but if -- if it's that important you can come over, and they came over to my house and they told me. >> and what did you thinkn that moment? how much your life changes. >> tell the truth now. my very first thought was i've always wanted a horse so i get a horse now. my dad always said, you know, the d d i win the lottery.
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>> it's going to be a lippizaner stallion. >> it's a small town, 3,000 people. you plan on stayinging right. >> if they let us stay there. >> they will let you stay. you'll only town. you always talk t t people and say what would you do? and when you thought about it overnight, what do you want to do if it's not too personal? i thought of taking care of the loans and all the family stuff. >> that's the first thing that we'll take care of and there's some people that we want to help. >> wonderful. >> so -- and i'm'm a firm believer in tithing to my church. >> that's great. >> wow, that's terrific. >> that's nice. >> and of course, st. jude's. >> of course. >> marlo thomas is a great friend of ours. >> she wilil love to know that you're doing that for them. >> we should point out also that it was great reporting by elaine, right, who actually broughtthe story to us, to o e "today" show, and this is your daughter. >> that's correct.
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>> so tell us how that story came about because there was a great story to how they got to thth "todada show. . >> well, i'm a writer for "memphis" magazine and my dad called me up and said we need to get some national press for this story and said i called a number that i found on the internet from google for nbc and got the switchboard ad picked it up a somew it got passed up the line and here we are today. >> great. >> so you head back to munford. >> straight to nashville. >> to the lottery ofcials. >> to the lottery initials. >> do you have a big press conference and all that stuff? >> do they do that for you? >> we hope not. >> what do you mean by that? >> after they -- their goal is to -- this is like a one and done. ey wanted to come on and let the americans know that they won, you know, because people want to know and then they want to go back to their private life so if people could respect that, that would be rlly good. >> lisa, before we let you go. you hit the lottery twice because show everyone what you got.
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>> hoda made a personal call to kathie lee. >> that's sweet. >> terrific, wonderful. >> wow. >> well, we loved having you here this mornings congratulations. allhe best. >> thank you. >> thank you all so much. >> and we're all your greatest new friends. >> exactly. >> we're going to come hang down in your house down in munford. bigger house. party as ll. >> we likik to do girl slumber >> girls slumber parties. >> and the horse there, too. >> well, congratulations. you guys, a lot of people on twitter said they were so happy for you, grounded family and you're the type of people folks love to see win something like this. >> good luck. >> appreciate you guys being here and sticking around all momoing. >> they have one of f e friendliest dogs. >> yes, abby is in the back. >> i didn't leave her at home. >> she flew with us. >> you remembebed the family. >> the richest dog in the world.
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>> fantastic. >> that's right. eating out of a solid gold dog bowl. this isn't kibble, it's sirloin. >> thank you. >> such a great story. another reallllgreat story. we love a good celebrity photo bomb around here. this one takes the case. jimmy fallon along with "sesame street." he posed -- photobombed some kidsds and their parenen posing for pictures right here hat 30 rocket. take a look. >> all right, ready, and three, two, one. >> three, two, one. >> three, two, one. >> two, one.
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>> three, two, one. >> oh. >> kisses. >> oh. >> okay. that's adorabab. so cute. >> all righgh so you've got the weather coming up. lisa and john, you own the world. you may as well do the weather with al roker. >> you in, john? >> he might be. >> come on, john.. come on. >> w wt to do the weather. >> do what? >> your neck of the woods. >> going to get chilly. >> lots of riches. >> come on over, john. >> come over here. hit the button for me. >> boom. >> there you go. got cold air coming in. of course, you'll just be
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what do you care? >> another hundred in the fire. it's going to g chilly, but a warm, warm day for you, congratulations. that's wt's going on around theecocold, steady/falling temps. very cold saturday through monday with dangerous chills possible sunday morning and monday morning s lows dip into the negative teens. highs will be in the positive teens on tuesday with a slight chance of light snow tracking in. stray snow showers/flurries, breezy, cold, steady/falling temps. very cold saturday through monday with dangerous chills possible sunday morning and monday morning as lows dip iito the negatiie tuesday with a slight chance of light snow tracking in. stray snow showers/flurries, breezy, cold, steady/falling temps. very cold saturday through monday with ngerous chills possible sunday morning and monday morning as lows and that is your latest weather. well, coming up, she made us laugh as amy poehler's best friend on "parks & rec" and now rasheeda jones starring in a new spoof series called "andrea try
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actress, writer, director and one of our faves, rashida jones is a true hollywood talent starring in some of the funniest movies like "i love you man". >> or playing ann perkins, the sweet best friend and the sorely missed "parks-and-recreation." >> now she is back and has a new spoof serieie called "angie try becca" and she plays a tough-minded detective. >> go, try becca, my office! >> you wanted to see us, sir? >> ever heard of carpacchio, mcguffin. >> the scottish master who disappeared after painting his master works "thumb." >> his son disappeared from the gallery this rning. the omg. >> i thought it was at the
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>> the lol, don't make me laugh. that burned down last year. >> oh, gosh. so good. >> all right. rashida, let's start with the name, "angie try becca" which doesn't get any better than a spoof cop comedy. >> it's so dumb. >> so good though. >> that's how the whole show started. they thought wouldn't be hilarious to have a tough cop named "angie try becca. >> what i love about the show, the edgy comedy this, harkens back to "police squad" with leslie nielsen. >> i mean, this is terrific. >> thank you, thank you so much. the intention was wall-to-wall there's no real heart. just about making as many jokes as possible at my expense and other people's expense. >> your expense. you're getting your whiskers trimmed and we were watching there. we always wonder how the set is -- when you have so much comedy and so much talenthat is it like behind the scenes?
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technical because we have so many babies and pets and props and costume changes that we have to try to sta as straight as possible b b sometimes it's impossible. >> you're so multi-talented. you also direct and writing "toy story 4," in the process. >> long process. >> can you give us any hints about . >> comom on,, tell me, tell me. >> i can't. i'll be struck down by the light years. >> we don't want that. >> we do not. >> okay. also i didn't know you dance as well. i mean, i'm a dance enthusiast. i wouldn't say like i'm a professional. >> what does it mean? >> i love dancing. just watching the girls dance in the segment before. >> could you do that? >> would i try to do that. >> i wish i was doing that. >> flip and rewind. >> video rolling the internet right now. >> there you go.
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>> my '90s homage. >> hey, flo rida. >> would you let rashida dance with you. >> yes. >> maybe a backup dancer. >> the story goes with the girlfriends that you're friends with in high school are in this. >> that's my dance squad from high school. >> your crew. >> the bandanas and the jejeey. >> the mustard colored jackets. >> can you show us the '90s moves. >> do you do the running man? >> yeah. >> that's hard though. that's going to be hard in heels. >> that was my excuse. >> here we can do the wop. >> what's the wop? >> or flo rida. >> i feel like we need the girls thth are the actual professionals. >> yes. >> should we do the wop. >> i think the wop. >> go for itit >> there's the new move called the dab. >> the dab, okay. >> do it.
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>> one, two, three, dab. >> the other side. >> that's it. >> my son nicky was doing this. >> one, two, three, dab. >> go, rashida. >> what about the wop. >> oh, yeah, oh, yeah. >> there you go. >> going down for real. >> somewhere this is a comedy spoof for your next show. >> you take it away. >> you want to dab with us. >> there you go. >> that's called the running man. >> what's the running man. >> they were making fun of my running man. >> see. see. >> she was going sideways. >>ing "angie tribeca" debuts th a 25-hour commercial free marathon this sunday on tbs when all new episodes monday night starting --
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on to the top spot with barna bread and outback steakhouse right behind. now a check of the weather with al roker. >> blooming onion. saturday, snow around the great lakes and wet weather heren the northeast and a lot of rain down along the gulf coast and out west more rain and snow making its way through the pacific northwest and interior sections with sunshine through the southwest. on sunday, sunday, look for some more lake-effect snow stretching from the u.p, of michigan and western new york and pennsylvania. sunshine through the gulf coast. the rain will continue down in florida. not a great weekekd. hot, lots of wind and rain and snow from northern california into the pacific northwest astemps. very cold saturday through mondaa with dangerouuchills possible sunday morning and monday morning as lows dip into the negative teens. highs will be in the positive teens on tuesday with a slight chance of lght snow tracking in. stry snow showers/flurries, breezy, cold, steady/falling temps. very cold saturday through monday with dangerous chills possible sunday
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lows dip into the negative teens. highs will positive teens on tuesday wih a slight chance of light snsnw tracking in. stray snow showers/flurries, breezy, cold, steady/falling temps. very cold saturday through monday with dangerous chills possible sunday and that is your latest weather. i need me a "pop fix." >> the okay, mr. al. per your request let's get it popping with "possible x." bad news forfriends" fans, matthew perry will no longer be participating in the upcoming "friends" reunion. unfortunately mr. bing will be in london rehearsing for his upcoming play c cled "thend of long." fans will definitely be longing, get it, for him. don't lose all hope. there's a chance that -- he can skype or facetime, right? luckily for us, we'lle able to fifi the void with the rest of the cast who will be there honoring the director of the show james burrows and the show will air right here on nbc on
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no one puts debra messing in the corner. she will be joining the "dirty dancing" remake she will play marjorie housman, baby's mom, a role originally played by kelly bishop. now baby herself will be played by abigail breslin and we cannot wait to see these two lovely ladies on screen together so here's to hoping debra gets to put her dancing shoes on and boogie down because we love her so much, and the lovely amal clooney is a celebrity in her own right and a fashionista, let me tell you. the 37-year-old attorney sat down with cynthia mcfadden in hehe first ever network interview and no that you can of her famous husband george. she did admit her rise to fame has helped on cases that matter most to her. >> i think that's wonderful that celebrities would choose to spend their time or energy or, you know, the spotlight that they have to -- to raise awareness about these causes. i don't really see myself in the same way bececse i'm still doing
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if there's more attention paid that, then -- >> oh, you know the reason. >> then i think thahat's good. >> you know. i think there's a certain responsibility that comes with that. i think i'm exercising it in the appropriate manner by continuing to do this kind of work. >> what a brilliant woman. so also, looks like the carpool lane needs to make room for a tiny dancer. "the late late show with james cordon" has filmed a new carpool karaoke segment with none other than sir elton john. he'll sing along with james and the popular segment. they filmed the segment in l.a. but it was raining the entire time so they hope the england born icon felt right at home. it's set to air right after the super bowl. nye night club does not have an elton john, but, james, i up your elton john with a -- i had had the time of my
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>> catch me. i never felt this way before just like in "dirty dancing." >> wow, when your club is not cool and flo rida is there. okay. don't ever do that again, please. >> i won't. >> hey, i'm going to be cooking up -- >> i single handily saved flo's career. >> a meal that will fill up up and keep your necessary lies on track. >> can we have some flo rida music. >> can you lift me. >> of course. >> okay. here we go. don't drop me.
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>> for those who don't know. >> it's a grain like barley, so basically you're going to take a bunch of farro and put it in a pot and pour in two cups of water. now, if you want to cut the cooking time in half, stoke overnight in water. >> wow. >> and then drain it, and you'll put this on a simmer and cover it up so you've got that. while that's cooking you're going to take sliced carats and i love doing this with carrots. >> so good. >> a little olive oil, a little salt, and you massage that a bit and then you put it on a baking sheet. going to put this in the oven at about 350 for 15 minutes or so until they just kind of brown up a little bit. now in the meantime you take the bowl that you had your carrots in and are you going to add in some crushed garlic, throw in a little vinegar, some mustard. >> so tasty. >> and you're going to whisk in some olive oil and keep whiskey, whiskey, until it emulsifies and you're going to get a nice
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now you've got the dressing, now in the meantime, you've taken your farro, cooks in 30 minutes until all the liquid is out and you'll take that and drain any that's left over. >> can you do it in a col ha nder and strainer. >> take that. >> and now you can take some of your dressing. >> pour it directly in. >> just into the farro. >> and mix it up a little bit. >> you want to serve of it at room temperature. >> you want this to cool down first. >> right. >> so you do that, and then you'll throw in -- after it's cooled off a bit you put in some scallions. meantime, you'll take the rest of your dress, and you're going to pour it over the kale. this ka le is more tender than others and you'll massage this and that breaks it down even more. >> very nice. >> and then you take some arugula and toss that in. >> so a blend. >> and smoked almonds. >> gives it a little crunch, i like that.
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>> i love the mint taste. >> and some tomatoes and then you take your farro and you toss that in. and now you toss the whole thing together. >> little salt and pepper. >> a little salt and pepper, though if you're salted your farro enough you should be okay and then you'll put it in and i like to shave a little man colleaguo on top. >> which we love. >> i love this. >> and boom, you've got that. >> all right. >> by the way, bianca borgess, come hon in here. >> come in, my dearest. >> the head of our food team. after over 15, 16 years here is moving on with her husband to do another food kind of thing, and we are going to miss you so very much. >> this has been the job of my career. i have just loved this job so much. >> you have it's us all so much. we all have some of your favorite recipes. >> oh, good. >> we love you, and we are going to miss. >> you thank you so much. >> i forgot to add the carrots
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>> already, it's gone downhill. >> let's be honest. >> go to today.com/food and today's food club members stand up. kayla kise re-for her lasagna with zucchini. >> thank you, bianca, we love you. >> meantime, hey, coming up, getting ready to bring our house down with his number one single "my house." you never know. >> is that the moon.
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listening to the team and, you know, instilled in my mom, just being loyal, definitely being a fan of music and definitely want to give a big shutout to run dmc. >> here it is. flo rida and "my house." >> take us to your house. come on. open up the champagne, pop it's my house, come on, turn it up hear a knock on the door and the night begins cause we done this before so you come on? >> comb on in. make yourself at my home, tell me where you been where you been, where you been, yeah pour yourself something cold, baby, cheers to this sometimes you gotta stay in and you know where i live yeah, you know what we is sometimes you gotta stay in, in welcome to my house baakye take control now
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we don't have to go out welcome to my house play that music too loud show me what you do now we don't have to go out everybody saying, what, what, come on welcome to my house yeah, we gotta go out welcome to my house morning comes and you know that you wanna stay wanna stay, come on close the blinds, let's pretend that the time has changed hey, hey keep our clothes on the floor, open up champagne let's continue tonight, come on, celebrate sometimes you gotta stay in and you know where i live yeah, you know what we is you know what we is sometimes you gotta say, hey, hey welcome to my house
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we can't even slow down we don't have to go out welcome to my house play that music too loud show me what you do now we don't have to go out hey, hey. everybody say what, what couple to my house bring a friend couple to my house couple to my off the crib, the spot, the pad but my house is your house if you throwing back excuse me if my home draining the sad soon as these happy faces lay you can run with the cash home run, slam dunk, touchdown, pass mi casa es, tu casa so it ain't no holding back another shot of vodka, you know what's in my gloss it's my house, just relax
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baby take control now we can't even slow down we don't like to go out welcome to my house play that music too loud so me what you do now we don't like to go out welcome to my house you heard me, hey, hey we gotta go out couple to my husband it's my house hey, welcome to my house "today" show my house >> yeah, flo rida in hour house. thank you. we're back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc.
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bye, everybody.one month after a deadly hit and run at iowa state --- and police still have no leads. the victim was freshman -- emmalee jacobs -- an eastern iowa native. officers say they've had dozens of tips but nothing is panning out. they're hoping new leads come during the new semester -- which started this week. one iowa man is going home with a seven-figure consolation prize. bryon stewart's ticket matched the first five numbers of wednesday's lottery, but not the powerball number. anyone who gets just the first five numbers wins one million dollars. but stewart -- who's from onawa --
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