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the weekend. >> nothing too much to complain about for this time of year. enjoy your first weekend of the new year. "today" show is next. updates any time at nbc10.com. good morning. desperate search for answers. new team of international experts is on the scene in the java sea this morning, hoping to locate the black boxes from that doomed airasia flight. bad weather is making their approach difficult. this, as more victims are recovered and their grief-stricken families begin to say farewell. passing of a liberal giant, mario cuomo, hours after andrew was sworn in as governor for a second term. >> he is in the heart and mind of every person who is here. >> we will take a look back at the life and times of the former
new york governor. and then there were two. a big upset in college football as ohio state stunned top-ranked alabama at the sugar bowl. >> not answered. intercepted. ohio state's gonna win it. >> oregon ducks trounce florida state. and angelina and al. one of hollywood's biggest stars opens up about directing her new film her family and her battle with chicken pox. >> it was so absurd. the day before i was trying to do interviews and it was like what is happening? we'll have that exclusive "today," friday january 2nd 2015. >> announcer: from nbc news this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza.
good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a friday morning. we've got al here willie in for matt. sheinelle is in for natalie and, i don't know my new year's day was fine but you sat down with angelina jolie? wow! >> after i did the rose parade with hoda sat down with angelina talked to her about her movie "unbroken," which is just amazing. she also talked about acting versus directing, which one she likes. i almost get the feeling she likes directing more. >> what do we call the two of you, angelinal? >> angelinal. >> got t. rough weather is once again hindering efforts. searchers remained focused on finding the wreckage victims and, of course those black boxes. katy tur has the latest now from indonesia. >> reporter: two more bodies flown into surabaya by u.s.
helicopter today. three large parts of the plane were recovered. officials say they will examine it as fast as they can. the focus is still on the sea bed and that large shadow which they think could be the fuselage. a team with specialized acoustic equipment is now on the way to listen to pings from black boxes, much like the search for mh 370. meanwhile, a stream of friends and family comfort his grieving wife. she told us she is holding up as best she can. >> my condolences to you. >> reporter: they trained as military pilots together n 2013 they celebrated 30 years of friendship. what do you think went wrong? a pilot for 30 years. you're a pilot. what do you think happened? >> i don't know. >> reporter: today, he and a few other pilot friends of the captain were at a loss as to what went wrong.
>> something very very bad. >> reporter: is it hard to fly around here sometimes? >> in the tropical area like indonesia, especially in rainy conditions like this it's very serious for us, for the pilots. >> reporter: for "today," katy tur, nbc news indonesia. mario cuomo is being remembered as a dedicated public servant. he died at the age of 82 surrounded by his family. harry smith is here with a look back at governor cuomo's life. good morning. >> lie, good morning. mario cuomo passed many political aspirations on to his son, andrew. the elder cuomo's death came on the same day andrew was sworn in for his second term as governor of new york. mario cuomo passed away on the same day his son andrew was sworn in for his second term as
governor of new york. he spoke about his dying father. >> his inspiration, legacy and experience hases what has brought this state to this point. >> reporter: mario cuomo was a son of the american dream, born in queens new york to italian immigrant parents who came through ellis island with little more than the clothes on their backs. always active in politics, he became new york's secretary of state in 1975. two years later he ran against ed koch who lost his bid for the position of mayor of new york. he was elected lieutenant governor in 1978 and with the help of his son, andrew as campaign manager, became governor in 1982. >> we won because people people and the passion of police are still more important tan money. >> reporter: a liberal lion, who electrified the crowd when he
delivered the key note speech at the democratic national convention in 1984. his words aimed at president ronald reagan. >> there is despair, mr. president, in the faces that you don't see, in the places that you don't visit in your shining city. >> reporter: the speech won him an instant following. many a democrat yearned for a cuomo presidential run. >> the italian stallion of democratic political parties at the moment. >> reporter: unfortunate moniker, hamlet on the hudson. second term as governor cuomo lost to george pataki. >> i surely made mistakes as governor but i'm as proud as i can be of what we have accomplished together. >> reporter: governor cuomo joined a law firm and remained a visible force of new york politics including support for his son, andrew who followed in his father's footsteps, to become governor as well. cuomo leaves behind his beloved
wife of more than 50 years, matilda and children chris, madeline margaret maria and andrew. >> a documentary about 15 years ago for the history channel called so you want to be president. we asked mario cuomo, did you want to be president? it was a question he almost couldn't answer. >> he certainly flirted with it. >> we're thinking about his family. thank you so much. >> you bet. a deadly shooting inside a police chief's home. sheinelle has been following that for us. >> good morning. suburban police chief is on administrative leave after investigators say he he shot his wife in the bedroom of their georgia home. could it have been a horrible accident? gabe gutierrez reports. >> reporter: he is the top cop in peachtree city georgia. this morning state investigators are trying to find out what happened in his home near atlanta hours into the new year. >> a lot of things that we don't know yet about what took place that we need to know before we
can make any decisions. >> reporter: chief mccollum called 911 just after 4:00 am thursday saying he accidentally shot his wife in their bedroom with his department-issued handgun similar to this one. margaret mccollum was rushed to the hospital in critical condition. >> the initial reports we got from the 911 call were that the chief had shot his wife accidentally twice. as a result of our preliminary interview, we had found that he only shot her one time. >> reporter: police aren't revealing what led to the shooting or how the gun could have accidentally fired. william mccolllum has not been charged with a crime but is on administrative leave. he has been the chief less than a year. >> we're very concerned for, obviously, his wife. we're concerned for the chief. >> reporter: neighbors are in disbelief. >> a lot of people are praying for her. >> reporter: and they're hoping that what happened here was nothing more than a freak accident. gabe gutierrez nbc news
atlanta. activist groups say areas in northeastern syria are taking a pounding from u.s.-led coalition airplanes. aircraft carried out more than a dozen air strikes overnight in and around the defacto capital. heavy bombing on targets in both syria and iraq. largest population of immigrants in the country illegally will be able to apply for driver's licenses starting today. california department and motor vehicles says it expects more than 1 million people will apply for a license in the first three years of the program. california is one of ten states that now provides licenses to immigrants who are in the country illegally. the stage is set for this season's college football national championship game. oregon and ohio state will play. big win over florida state in the rose bowl. heisman trophy winner marcus mariota threw two touchdown pass and ran one in himself.
in the sugar bowl approximate buckeyes upset the number one seed alabama. ohio state was down by eight in the second quarter, but came storming back. they won it 32-35. my entire family spent the day on the couch yesterday. i took a nap i woke up. my husband was still on the couch. he said what else am i supposed to do today? >> by the way, didn't it go well into the night? >> like 12:30, 1:00. but the playoff is so great. ohio state and oregon who previously might not have even been in the national title game. so good for college football. >> what are the odds? two schools that begin with o playing each other. >> your sports analysis is so good. >> that's why i'm called biff roker. yes, sir. we've got really severe winter weather this morning through the southwest into the midwest. we've got winter storm warnings ice storm warnings and winter weather advisories from texas into oklahoma. this is the area we're really concerned about over the next 24 hours from northern texas into
oklahoma. we've got ice storm warnings out. we could be looking at anywhere from an inch to half an inch of ice, which could be for some parts of this area catastrophic. the roads will be a mess. power lines coming down. we'll be watching this very closely. we have another area of severe weather developing along the southern gulf coast. for tomorrow we look at this area down through the gulf coast. we may be seeing some severe weather, dangerous lightning, wind gusts, possibility of tornadoes from new orleans on into mobile and into central mississippi. heavy rain anywhere from three to four inches of rain down through the gulf. during the day tomorrow into saturday evening it spreads into the northeast. look at this. even into the northeast, we could be looking at anywhere from two to three inches of rain. we'll get to you
good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. a cold start but temperatures in the 40s with the wind picking up to 18 miles per hour. clouds and sunshine today. clouds take over for tomorrow. wintery mix to start with north and west. then just rain with temperatures in the 40s on saturday. rain and 60s for sunday. the temperatures come right back down starting monday. cold tuesday and wednesday. then into the teens thursday morning. have a great day. >> and that's your latest weather. savannah? >> thank you so much. only two days into 2015 and flu
outbreak concern. 15 children have died as the especially dem epidemic spreads to 36 states and it could get a lot worse before the season is over. let's go to dr. natalie azar with that. wish there were happier news on the flu front. in 36 states. that's more than there were last week. we're really seeing a severe epidemic. tell us about it. >> we are. one thing that's important for people to understand we do see a flu epidemic every year. it's just when in the season it occur. >> it's earlier this year. >> a few years ago, it was determined in october that we had an didepidemic. at least we're ahead of that. one thing that makes this particularly concerning is the strain is the h3n2 strain which always historically is more virulent violent. >> so it's severe in terms of how soon we're seeing it the quality of the illness.
>> correct. >> also adding to it we've got a vaccine that the doctors are saying is not a perfect match. >> not a perfect match. >> for this strain. >> correct. roughly 50% of the h3n2 strain that is circulating right now is a variant of the strain that was made for the vaccine. that means if you got vaccinated and you get the h3n2 you have a 50% chance of being covered. i want to point out -- this is really important to reinforce. even though it may not be a perfect match you're still going to get partial protection. and half of you who do get it are still probably going to be protected and having the vaccine should reduce the severity and duration of your flu illness. >> which leads me to my last question. is it too late? if you have not gotten your flu shot yet, is it worth getting it now? >> 100%. you develop immunity in two weeks. the flu season has not peaked yet. january and february is probably more severe than now. it's not too late.
we encourage everybody to get the flu shot to reduce the flu burden within the community. >> something tells me that is not our last conversation about it. >> no. >> thank you for being here. security around the queen looking a bit different. the royal guards who are famous of course for protecting the queen, tourists around the world come to see them. they are no longer standing directly outside buckingham palace for fear they may be a target for terrorists. keir simmons explains. >> reporter: the royals always prefer to get close to their public but concern is growing over the hfrn present threat of isis or al qaeda-inspired attack. >> we have to be vigilant. >> reporter: the queen was surrounded by plain clothes security. even so one member of the public almost collided with her. now the largely ceremonial royal guard whose stand duty outside palaces and historic landmarks have pulled back. the guards are armed only with
swords. they've been moved behind the palace gates or are now accompanied by armed police protection for the guards who traditionally protect the queen. the fear is that a lone wolf jihadist may seize an opportunity to target them. in 2013 a british soldier was killed with a knife in just such an attack on london's streets. >> obviously, it's been taken to protect particularly vulnerable individuals who are close to the public and close to tourists. >> reporter: there have been a string of terrorist arrests across the uk and intelligence sources say a number of plots have been stopped. >> what isis is particularly good at is making sure they get the maximum publicity. and what better way, of course to do that than to attack the establishment, the monarchy? >> reporter: but the royals have continued to appear in public. william and kate meeting crowds outside church after the family's traditional christmas service. a family with a long history of
facing down threats and the knowledge that if they withdraw from the public too much the terrorists win. for "today," keir simmons, nbc news london. all right. other news now u2 frontman bono is speaking out after the bike accident he had here in new york city. dylan is here this morning. this is a lot more serious accident than much of us suspected. >> we haven't heard much about it. it happened in november. we haven't heard much about his condition until now. he posted a 6,000-word essay that went to u2's website. he was reflecting on the past year and the day of the crash. i blanked out on impact and have no memory of how i ended up in new york presbyterian with my humerus bone sticking through my leather jacket. very punk rock as injuries go. i guess you could be light hearted about it. the doctors had to go through a lot to get his arm back and
functioning. he basically has a titanium elbow now, three metal plates and 18 screws. he goes on to say recovery has been more difficult than i thought. as i write this it is not clear that i will ever be able to play the guitar again which, of course is sad news. he says the band reminds him that neither they nor western civilization is depending on him playing the guitar again. ann writes in speedy recovery bono. thank you for pouring your heart out to us. we've been wondering how you are. bono sats he will be canceling his appearances for the beginning of the year because the kickoff for the may tour starts in may and he needs to skenconcentrate on getting better before that tour kicks off. >> nice of him to share with everybody who has been wonder zblth humerus through the leather jacket. oh my gosh! >> serious accident. after a rough 2014 hollywood has high hopes for
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good morning happy friday i'm christine maddela. we're waking up to another cold start. let's get the forecast with bill henley. >> good morning, we're seeing some clouds move through the area. seeing a little bit of sunshine peeking just above the horizon. that's a live view from the hotel. it's cold, especially north and west where clear skies have a allowed temperatures to drop into the 20s. 36 in philadelphia. last few hours the temperatures have been climbing in the city and will continue that climb. a little bit breezy this afternoon with temperatures in the 40s. first alert traffic reporter katy zachry is watching the
roads. >> we have an accident that happened not too long ago. 295 northbound where you can see if i get out of the way the accident happened on the right lane of the ramp to exit off of 295. there's obviously police activity out there. it is slowing drivers down a bit, but it's not delaying you beca s time. in north wilmington there's an accident at veil road. today we're expecting to hear from health officials in mercer county after two more people tested positive for hepatitis a. the two new patients both ate at rosa's restaurant. last month the food handler who work there is came down with the disease disease. you can read more about hepatitis a and the cases in mercer county by heading to nbc10.com. we'll have another update in 25 minutes. i'm christine maddela. now back to the "today" show. have a great friday.
we are back at 7:30 friday morning, the 2nd of january, 2015. got to get used to saying that. a great crowd on the plaza braving a chilly morning out there. hope everyone has been having a great year. >> all 24 hours of it. >> exactly. >> still writing 2014 on your checks except we don't write checks. >> exactly. let's take a look at what's making headlines this morning. investigators are hoping the weather clears up as they search for airyash 8501 black box. 31 bodies have been recovered so far. the passing of former new york governor mario cuomo. he died at his home thursday hours after andrew was sworn in
for a second term as governor. he was 82 years old. how low will they go? gas prices continue to drop across the country. national average well under 3 bucks to $2.26 a gallon. aaa predicts gas savings could get close to $75 billion for american drivers in 2015. coming up starting over. two olympic champions working to overcome serious challenges after several injuries. lindsey vonn is ready to dominate the slopes once again and amy dyke van gruen. so amazing. and angelina jolie tells me why she lost sleep during "unbroken" and what it was like to direct her husband, brad pitt. after a lackluster 2014 some analysts are predicting that 2015 could be the biggest
year ever. here is nbc's hallie jackson with the reason for that. >> reporter: hollywood is ringing in 2015 and ready for it. >> last year was child's play. >> reporter: after a mediocre 12 months. >> a lot of people would argue that the movies weren't that great. >> reporter: last year a 4% drop in ticket sales. some analysts think this year studios could rake in $11 billion. you're saying best year ever? >> best year ever. 2015 is like the calvary coming over the hill to save the day. >> reporter: starting with valentine's day that has everybody talking. >> my tastes are very singular. >> reporter: but the studios are not. >> they want to hit four quadrants, old, young, male female. that's how they make their money. >> reporter: universal's spin-off of "despicable me" could bring in that broad audience the kids parents,
even the grandparents. still 2015 won't be defined by the family-friendly fare. >> you've got to be kidding me. >> reporter: but by the franchises. >> if you look at the movies that are set for 2015 it's like the mt. rushmore of franchises. >> you both know what's at stake here. >> reporter: bond movie, avengers sequel "fast and furious" installment. >> here we go. >> reporter: the terminator is back. >> i've been waiting for. >> reporter: juniorrassic park and the granddaddy of them all. the kids are going to want to go too. that will be the most anticipated movie of the year. >> reporter: the battle with the dark side expected to light up the box office in december a force to end 2015 strong. for "today," hallie jackson, nbc news los angeles. >> the level of geekdom at this set.
star wars coming out. >> you left your feet when you heard the music. >> and arnold. >> he's back. >> he's back. that's right. i'll be back but first i've got to go to the map. get to the chopper! anyway we've got cold air coming in. big, big area of high pressure is going to be pushing on in here. and it is going to be changing our temperatures over the next 72 hours. okay. from bismarck to chicago to cleveland. right now, not so bad. minneapolis, 27 for a high. it's 4 degrees above average. chicago, 35. omaha, 34. boom, cold front drops. look at this. sunday one degree. that's the high. 21 degrees below average. 19 in kansas city. 31 chicago. monday morning's lows chicago, 9. minneapolis, 3 below. springfield, 14. it is going to be cold. today, icing from west texas into central oklahoma. some snow through the southwest, snow along the plains. lot of wet weather through the gulf coast with strong storms
kicking in tonight into tomorrow. sunshine along the east coast today. 40 and sunny in new york good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. a cold start but temperatures will be in the 40s this afternoon with the wind picking up to 18 miles an hour. clouds sunshine and then clouds take over for tomorrow. wintery mix to start with north and west and then just rain on saturday. rain and 60s for sunday. temperatures come right back down starting monday. cold tuesday and wednesday. and then into the teens thursday morning. have a great day. >> and that's your latest weather. i've got nothing. >> one more schwarzenegger movie. >> olympic champs amy van dyke gruen and lindsey vonn how they're coming back from the
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we're back at 7:40. this morning we're talking to two true inspirations olympic athletes starting over after challenges. one dominating the sport she has worked on for years and the other returning to normal of a paralyzing injury. we start with downhill skier lindsey vonn who has told natalie how hard she's worked to get back in the game. >> lindsey vonn was expected to be a big star at the sochi olympics. then came february 2013.
the world ski championships in austria. during an extended weather delay, the snow on the course had changed. >> it was soft and slushy and i went off the jump in the middle of the course and i just landed in slop. >> vonn over the top! >> lindsay did about as much damage to a knee as one could do. she soon underwent reconstruct reconstructive knee surgery. >> day one. >> she decided to chronicle that surgery and painful rehabilitation process for an upcoming documentary to air on nbc. and by her side offering support, was a new boyfriend, golfer tiger woods. how did the relationship develop? >> we're actually friends for a long time. just one thing led to the other. >> the two had a lot in common. both had trained relentlessly from an early age to reach the top of their sport. dating tiger jolted lindsey into a whole knew stratosphere of
fame and scrutiny. how does that affect you, the glare of the media on the relationship? >> it was difficult in the beginning. it wasn't what people expected. i don't care what anyone else thinks. as long as we're happy that's what matters. >> have you gotten tiger on skis yet? >> yeah. he's really good. >> really? >> yeah. >> she made her comeback with the win at world cup in lake louise alberta. >> incredible. finally, i'm back. >> she followed that up with another world cup win in france putting her just one win away from tying the all-time record of 62 world cup wins. >> yeah! i love my job. skiing with her. lindsay plans to continue to push to excel and, most importantly, to ski and live by her own rules. injury won't stop you? >> no. nothing will stop me. i swear. >> she is incredible.
amazing how quick you recover from a catastrophic injury now world class once again. >> she always says don't count me out. we never will. another incredible story, really inspiring athlete, former olympic swimmer, amy van dyken rouen. her life was dramatically changed when she was paralyzed in june. matt sat down with her and her former nfl kicker husband tom rouen. >> reporter: in the fight of her life. >> van dyken, stretching for the wall. she's got the gold! >> she was one of the greatest olympic champions of all time. am i allowed to sit here? >> yeah. >> what are they doing to you? >> stretching. >> now paraplegic. although i aim to not be one day, that's what i am. >> amy left the hospital in august. she was thankful optimistic
but worried about what day-to-day living would be like back home in scottsdale arizona. >> the way that my house is right now, i will not be able to take a shower. even cooking, i can't see if the pots are boiling. i won't be able to reach the faucet to do the dishes. >> i started looking into the changes that needed to be made. i ended up getting in touch with george. >> george is george olyphant host of the home improvement show george to the rescue. amy didn't know anything about george and his army of volunteers doing the renovations. when she finally returned home three months to the day after her accident it was overwhelming. >> thank you for everything. >> because of all the changes, amy can now do many of the simple things she used to take for granted. >> oh, my gosh! >> now i can cook. i can do the dishes. >> for her transportation, tom had wanted to train in her
sporty camaro for a sensible van with a lift. >> i was like no no no the camaro is sexy and rock 'n' roll and hello, sexy and rock 'n' roll is totally what i am. >> her tour ended in the garage where amy got the biggest surprise of all. >> ready to go. >> oh, my gosh! are you kidding me? >> there was the camaro retro fitted with hand controls still hers to drive. >> you got your freedom back babe. >> thank you so much. >> hot wheels. >> people don't understand when you pass me you don't know i'm handicapped. that's the one time where i'm normal. >> but she wants so much more. just last week tom and amy launched a new website and foundation to help people with spinal cord injuries. >> i hope people can look at me and know listen i'm going through what would be considered hell but i'm doing it with a smile and it's not so bad so
maybe your monday morning meeting doesn't suck as bad as you think it does. >> wow! she blows me away. talk about going through such a terrible accident but then almost immediately having the best attitude. so inspiring. >> with a smile on her face. >> the power of the human spirit. >> absolutely. by the way, if you want to see more of lindsey and amy's stories they will be on "dateline" special called "starting over" right here sunday 9:00 pm 8:00 central. what some contestants gave for price of an iphone. and dylan is in the orange room checking on one of social medi ♪ ah, push it. ♪ ♪ ♪ push it. ♪ ♪ p...push it real good! ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ow! ♪ ♪ oooh baby baby...baby baby. ♪ if you're salt-n-pepa, you tell people to push it.
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now he is opening it up to facebook and finding out what people want him to do this year. some suggestions, complete harvard degree go through astronaut training. release a hip hop album. we have no idea if any of these will be a challenge this year. last thing he posted on his facebook cilla and i wish you and everyone in our community a peaceful and productive new year. i'll follow up with more on my new challenge soon. >> are facebook viewers supposed to vote or is he saying these are the three things i'm considering? >> they're commenting on his posts and if he likes one of them maybe he'll grab that one. >> about as likely to come out as a hip hop album as he was to hunt his own food last year. >> wow! i would like to see that. >> ithat would definitely get my vote. coming up some guys we know are attached to their cars. but one man -- well, i guess you could say it took it to a new level. his 50-year connection to his car. we'll have the story coming up.
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good morning, i'm christine maddela. it's sunny but it's still cold. let's get to meteorologist bill henley. >> temperatures are coming pup we're watching some clouds move through the area. some in the mountains, a cloudy view there, but the lifts are going and snow is on the ground. the temperatures are cold enough to maintain that snow. 28 degrees in mount pocono. 32 in trenton. wilmington and philadelphia and above freeze inging. it's the wind that makes it feel colder this morning. right now it feels like 27 degrees in northeast philly. partly sunny skies and temperatures that will climb into the 40s. let's update an accident on 295 with katy zachry. >> an accident on 295 northbound in hamilton township is in the process of clearing. you can see if i back up it happened near route 33 and the
right lane of the ramp to get off 295. it's not causing any delays. we're not say sooeing the typical volume on the roadways we normally see. the black horse pike in both directions is closed between central avenue and cleveland avenue. you can take route 42 around that accident. police are expected to formally charge a man accused of raping a woman in a parking garage. steven woodson was taken to police headquarters overnight. he raped a woman at the spring garden parking garage yesterday morning. right now the victim is in stable condition. today a community will come together to remember a 10-year-old boy who was hit and killed by a police cruiser. he died sunday after he was struck by a franklin township police car. today's service is in williams town. we'll have another update in 25 minutes. i'm christine maddela. now back to the "today" show.
♪ it's 8:00 on "today." coming up angelina and al. >> i often thought this is too important and it's too big. and i don't know how i got here. and i don't want to fail him. >> the actress turned director opens up to al on the pressures of making requests "unbroken" and talks about her very untraditional honeymoon. and one man who spent 50 years carrying a piece of his car inside his arm. >> i was amazed to see it. and the price is wrong. how the cost of a new iphone threw nearly everyone for a loop
on "the price is right," "today," january 2nd 2015. ♪ >> howdy, texas. look y'all, we're on "today." >> we're glad to be back on the "today" show from little falls, new york. >> i surprised my sister for her 30th birthday. >> it's my 51st birthday and we're freezing from florida. >> chilling from california it's my sweet 16 on the "today" show. >> happy 2015. we're engaged! >> whoo! it is 8:00 on "today." it is the 2nd of january, 2015. chilly day out here on the plaza. a lot of new year's revelers who just walked from times square came right on over here waiting for al roker. here he is in the flesh. >> al roker is here ladies and
gentlemen? how exciting is this? we know why the people come. we've got a lot to get to. sheinelle jones is inside with the news. >> good morning. weather is hampering the search for the aircraft and black boxes that crashed into the java sea. >> reporter: more bodies have been recovered, bringing the grand total up to 30 so far. they were also able to get three large pieces of wreckage out of the water today. they'll take that away to be examined as soon as possible. 100 feet down they believe the fuselage is the bulk of the wreckage. they haven't been able to get down there with divers because the weather is too bad. they're bringing in acoustic equipment to listen for the ping. they did the same thing looking for mh 370.
high wind high seas lots of rain. decent weather and then thunderstorms just ripped through here slowing the entire recovery process down quite a bit. sheinelle? >> katy thank you. president obama is remembering former new york governor mario cuomo as a champion of progressive values. three-term democrat died of natural causes thursday hours after his son, andrew was sworn in for his second term as governor. mario cuomo was the son of italian immigrants who graduate from law school at the top of his class. as governor, he electrified the 1984 democratic national convention with a key note speech challenging ronald reagan's vision of america. he never ran for president himself. mario cuomo was 82 years old. an illinois man was in the surprise of his life this week when he found out he had a piece of a car embedded in his arm since a horrible crash more than 50 years ago.
>> this is a close-up here. >> no one was sure what they would find when he surgery wednesday to remove a mysterious object from his arm. but he had a pretty good idea. >> it was a god-awful accident. and it was not very -- probably somebody would come through something like that they figured. >> 51 years ago, arthur crashed his 1953 thunderbird head-on by a truck. >> i was reported as being dead by one of the radio stations glass in one arm, four or five broken bones. >> no one recognized that the lever was embedded in his arm. neither did arthur until it set off a metal detector. his arm started to swell and he felt a sharp stab of pain. he realized the metal lever was missing and the surgery confirmed his suspicion.
>> i was amazed to see how corroded it was. i mean it's almost got all the chrome off of it. >> now arthur is at home recovering. when asked what he would do with his memento? >> i don't know. i thought about making a key chain out of t as awful as it looks, i don't know. >> his surgeon says he has removed all kinds of foreign objects but he has never seen anything like this. it is 8:05. let's get another check of the weather with al. good morning. >> thank you, sheinelle. a lot of nice folks here and a great shot of savannah. >> not my best side. al! i am going to -- that was not my best angle. i was like this the whole time. >> happy new year! >> i'm going to get you back. i've got all year to do it too. >> let's show you what's going on. we're looking at a lot of icy conditions icy weather down through texas.
also making its way into oklahoma. mechl memphis, cloudy skies and wet weather. temperatures in the 40s. showers through the gulf coast. rest of the day today, we are looking at those icy conditions into oklahoma. ooh, that must be jelly, cause jam don't shake like that. wet weather in the gulf coast. sunshine in the pacific northwest. baby got back. that's what's going good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. a cold start, but temperatures will be in the 40s this afternoon with winds 18 miles an hour. clouds sunshine today and then clouds take over for tomorrow. wintry mix to start with then just rain with temperatures in the 40s saturday rain and 60s for sunday. but the temperatures come right back down starting monday cold tuesday and wednesday, and then into the teens thursday morning. have a great day.
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it is 8:10 and:50 on a friday. google is out with its most searched on january 1, hangover cures. what you thought it was. in second place for hangover cure being the most google the saturday after halloween. that makes sense. coming in third, may 17th. why? >> we've been talking about this all morning. help us at home. what is it about may 16th that people are getting that lit? >> why, exactly? the last one on the list is july 5th. makes sense. but may 17th? >> everybody googles may 16th? do we know at all what it is? >> why is everyone drunk on may 16th? >> it's courtney's birthday.
that's it. >> i always get lit on courtney's birthday. >> there you go. >> we'll investigate that. >> we'll look into that for you. speaking of overindulging, we all do this which is why digital detoxes are growing in popularity. a digital cleanse to start the new year from -- to unplug getaway retreats. there are four types of overuser. first is the oversharer. this is the person that instantly posts anything that crosses their mind. right? >> no. >> do we have any oversharers? >> the liker. one who constantly likes posts and photos and favorite tweets all the time indiscriminatally. >> that's me. >> the refresher, the person who
can't pull away constantly checking their e-mail and social feeds. >> that's me. >> guilty. >> before you go to bed at night in particular? >> or just constantly. >> all the time. >> and finally the commentator, the user that has to make a witty remark or share the best video. >> everything is the best. >> the classic. >> don't we all count on those people so we have something to like about? >> exactly. >> otherwise we wouldn't have a segment. >> i think i'm a liker and a favoriter and also i have a little oversharing in me. >> in other words, you're all four. >> i need help. now that it's 2015 there is one question that's really on everyone's mind i think. where is the hover board? remember the movie "back to the future part ii"? it imagined what the year 2015 would be like. now that the time has come let us take a look back at what the movie got right and wrong t imagined flat screen tvs and video chat. boom.
biometrics. maybe not to the level of the movie, but we can unlock our phones with fingerprint. 3d technology. here is what they guessed wrong. we don't have sadly -- we don't have that shark that we keep showing, flying cars and hover craft. >> i was looking forward to the flying car. >> we don't have self-lacing shoes. >> sort of with velcro. >> yeah. we have -- >> it's a lot less neon. >> that's true. >> that was more of a reflection of the '80s when the movie was made. >> everybody knows the price is right, america's most beloved game shows. >> and drew carey. >> he's doing great. last show of the year was yesterday. and contestants were presented with an iphone 6. they had to guess the closest to the retail price, as they always
do without going over. sometimes the price is just so wrong. watch. >> 7,500. >> 7,500. mark? >> what was hers? >> 7,500. >> 7,501. >> for an iphone? >> 24 karat gold iphone. >> 850. >> 930. >> go for a dollar. >> what was it? >> hope the marketing people at apple are watching this. actual retail price 1,969. >> that's for an unlocked iphone. top of the line unlocked iphone. >> really? i thought it was like 599. >> i guessed 600. >> if you get it with a contract the carrier usually underwrite the actual retail cost of the phone. but unlocked top of the line --
>> this is where we learn that al moonlights at apple. >> i've got the blue shirts. christmas, they had red hoodies. i got one of those. >> i just wait for the upgrade. >> that's what's trending today. the tournament of roses parade next you're sitting down with angelina jolie. >> it's a good life. it really is. it was a terrific day. joel y jolie's new movie "unbroken" is a hit at the box office telling the story of world war ii hero louis zamperini. the story of telling now her friend turned into a true labor of love. congratulations on this movie. it is a real piece of film making about a very tough, yet inspiring subject. and the audiences really have seemed to embrace this. how does that feel?
>> oh, it's the most wonderful feeling. and not as a filmmaker. as somebody who really loves and believes in louis. i loved him so much. he's so funny. he is really one of the funniest people you ever would want to meet. so full of life. so aware of the hardest aspects of life and, through that embraced every day with this fire and this humor and this love that was infectious. >> how much more responsible do you feel to a story when you know that there's a real person attached to this and that you've met and now are connected to? >> it's a huge responsibility. i lost so many nights -- sleepless nights and so many moments of self doubt. >> really? >> oh, of course. because -- especially when someone is your own actual hero
my second film. and it's a huge film. and there was so many things from plane crashes, i never directed anything like that. i often thought this is too important and this is too big and i don't know how i got here and i don't want to fail him. i don't want to fail him. >> in fact i just co-hosted the rose parade and he was the posthumous grand marshall. what do you think he would have thought of that? >> oh, he would have loved it. he grew up here and every year he watched it on television. this was a big deal for him. he would have been excited. >> when i was watching him, the scene where his mom is making gnochi he's sitting on -- for half a moment i thought that almost looks like angelina jolie making the gnochi. >> oh, my kids would disagree. they've never seen me make gnochi. i think they would love that image. i should try that. i would love to think of myself as a classic mom at home.
>> are you a decent cook? >> i'll learn this random exotic meal from -- i can do an interesting afghan dish with egg plant but don't know how to make basic spaghetti. i'm that person. >> this young, and up coming actor, some guy named brad pitt. what was that like directing your husband? >> it was great. it's a funny thing. i think it's more that you get nervous because you love somebody and you want to help them. as a director, you want to help your actor. s a wife you really want to help your husband. so you want everything to be right for them. but there's something we found, which is if you work with the person you love and trust most in this world, it's pretty great because you really try things with each other and you trust and you -- as artists, you get very bold because you're together. >> is it true you described it as a honeymoon? >> well it technically was our
honeymoon. we had this little cove where we filmed and built this hotel on one side and the other side was the house where the kids were doing school. so it was like a really strange little relationship. it was like a honeymoon, just on-screen, slightly dysfunctional one. >> you talk about supporting each other. it's time for the premiere of "unbroken" and you're down with the chicken pox. and brad ends up taking three of the kids. what was the -- i mean here is your big moment and chicken pox? >> it was so absurd. what was even stranger is i think, during the day before i was trying to do interviews and i kept thinking what -- what's happening? strange. of course it was really fun. my kids took the mantle. they took it very seriously when i said you've got to represent mom. my kids even loved louis. i said you have to do this for louis. they got out there. they were excited about the mission. >> i love siloh wearing the suit
and tie. >> and she had louis' shoe on that he wore in 1940. >> it is truly, in a sense, the gift that keeps giving. >> he will be an inspiration to us all. >> you can tell this was really a labor of love for her. and audiences really have responded to it. >> the movie has done great. >> so much going for it. she was also the subject -- i asked her, she was the subject in one of those sony release hacked e-mails. she didn't want to get into that so we moved on. she obviously has shown her chops as a director. she actually in a way, likes directing more than acting. >> challenge to her. >> exactly. >> we'll have more of your interview in our next hour. >> yep. >> let's send it over to savannah. >> thank you so much. in this new year we decided to take over an entire issue of "parade" magazine with the help of their staff and get some tips and tools to get everybody off
to the right start in 2015. we're joined by the editorial director of "parade" magazine. an amazing resolution success story of her own. we think it's really inspiring. lisa good morning to you. >> good morning, savannah. >> we take over "parade" magazine the "today" show anchors. how do we do? >> you did great. thanks for doing my job. >> oh, my gosh! you made it easy that's for sure. we'll talk about the dos and don'ts tips we provided. you have a great story. you made a new year's resolution a few years back. you're 5'4" you were 180. you lost 74 pounds. how did you do it? >> you know i had grown up an overweight kid. i put on my pounds in college, like most people do. and i really one day, just decided after bingeing on half a gallon of mint chocolate chip ice cream, which i still can't eat, that i had to make a change. and it turned into a fitness journey. i started running.
and running was such a positive thing. it was such a challenging thing for me. and i could see myself reaching -- setting and reaching goals every time i went out there to run. i wasn't really thinking i've got to lose this weight. it was more i've got to change my life. and it really led to a whole period of personal discovery for me. >> and new year's is a good time to do it. not that long ago you decided to pick up rowing another new year's resolution. and now you have a sport. >> yeah. five years ago on new year's day, i sent an e-mail to the national rowing club and said i need to learn how to row this year. i've always wanted to do it. i started rowing and i rowed in the head of the charles, the biggest regatta in the world, competed in masters national. it's a great sport. it's been such a gift to me. >> we're sufficiently inspired. let's go through some of the tips that all of us gave. my do in the new year practice gratitude and don't lose sight of what's important. >> that's such a great
resolution especially forwork ing moms. you're a new mom, trying to balance everything. a lot of people try to maintain that resolution by keeping a gratitude journal. every night, writing something down that you're grateful for, or even using social media to do that. >> matt was along the same lines, do enjoy today but don't postpone adventure. >> matt is off today, taking his new year's resolution. the other thing matt said to us was take a breath. stop. reconnect with the moment during the day. and that's something you can do any time. take a breath. reconnect with that moment that you're in. >> i love al. he says do feed your passions and don't sweat the small stuff. >> i love the passion thing. i think as adults we sort of lose some of those things we loved as kids. we used to play the guitar or piano. why not do that now? that's a great stress reliever. it takes your mind off those to do lists that you have that kind of run our lives as adult. >> natalie had a good reminder.
do take time for yourself and don't be so hard on yourself. >> and natalie talks a lot about the pressure that moms have to be the perfect mom. and i think just remembering to take care of yourself first and to not leave yourself off of your to do list is such a key thing. >> lisa delaney from "parade" magazine thank you so much. today's takeover of parade is out this sunday. we're kicking off a special month-long series we're calling #start today. if it includes making tomorrow better for yourself tune in. we'll get advice on what we're calling the four j's, joy bauer, jenna wolfe, jill martin and jean chatzky, how you can start and stay on track to lose weight get fit, declutter your life and save some money this year. if you want joy to personally help you lose weight come down to our plaza monday morning and be part of her choose it to lose it challenge.
we look forward to that. hope you start today >> announcer: nbc 10 news starts now. good morning. it is the first weekend of the year. >> scattered clouds but a good deal of sunshine. the temperatures will be climbing into the 40s this afternoon. a live view from the comcast center in center city. the high clouds will be with us for much of the dpaiay, but the temperatures are warming. on our way with sunshine into the 40s this afternoon. middle 40s at that with westerly winds to 18 miles an hour. before you hop in the car, let's check in with katie zachary. >> hi, throughout the area queer
not we're not seeing the traffic like a friday. near exit 7a 195, the accident was cleared, still emergency vehicles out there tying things up in the left lane but it's not delaying anything on the turnpike southbound. in gloucester town pike, black horse pike you might be delayed between central and cleveland because there was an accident. we're expecting to hear from health officials in mercer county after two more people tested positive for hepatitis a. the two both ate at rosa's catering. a food handler last week came down with the disease. you can read more about hepatitis on our web site and the cases in mercer county. another update in 25 minutes. i'm christine maddela. now back to "today."
8:30 now on this friday morning, the 2nd day of january, 2015. the year is off to a great start. great crowd on our plaza. holiday week still in a celebrating mood i would say. >> i have to show one sign because of the message. if you can see this then i'm famous. you're famous. >> rachel. >> rachel you are famous. a lot of you preparing to head back to work after having time
off for the holidays. you might already be planning your next getaway. >> that's right. we'll show you what you can do to save yourself some travel headaches for that next trip. >> also ahead, you probably already made several new year's resolutions. one of them might be to get rid of the clutter in your house. >> we've got great ideas to pick up and get your house in order. >> all right. but first we have a little mystery that's been resolved. we were wondering why on may 17th so many people were googling hangover cure. turns out -- >> should have known. >> should have known this. it is a busy time for college graduation. david stanley tweeted us saying a lot of colleges finish up around may 15th to 17th for the year and he adds party on wayne. >> we immediately got a lot of tweets like that. i don't think it's so much the graduation as the parties that follow. >> exactly. >> panama city beach, sound familiar? >> you speak from experience don't you? >> yes, i do.
let's get a check of the weather now from al. >> let's show you what we've got, starting with of course the weekend. slight risk of strong storms through the gulf coast tomorrow. icy snoerksy mix, northern new england, midatlantic states through the upper ohio river valley. sunshine sunshine up and down the west coast. icy conditions sunday up and down the east coast. wet weather in the pacific northwest. plenty of sunshine through the gulf coast on into good morning, i'm meteorologist bill henley. a cold start but temperatures will be in the 40s this afternoon with the wind picking up to 18 miles an hour. clouds sunshine today then clouds take over for tomorrow. wintry mix to start with north and west then just rain with temperatures in the 40s on saturday, rain and 60s for sunday. but the temperatures come right back down starting monday cold tuesday and wednesday and then into the teens thursday morning. have a great day.
>> that's your latest weather. let's show all the people we've got over here. huge crowds! whoo! oh baby. now let's head inside to savannah. >> all right, al. thank you so much. we've been talking a lot this morning about new year's resolutions. here is another one to add to the list. how about getting rid of some of the clutter around your house? stephanie cisco is "real simple" magazine's assistant editor. good morning. >> good morning. happy new year. >> the thing about decluttering it can feel very overwhelming. >> absolutely. >> what do you suggest to tackle it in the first place? >> number one strategy is to take it room by room piece by piece. starting with the book shelf, just take what the book shelf -- stay within the confines of the book shelf and start from there. >> i can already hear people saying my books, they're part of my identity. they're who i m what if i read it again?
>> if it has sentimental value, keep it. otherwise it's time to go. somebody else could use it. local school or library doesn't accept used books have a few charities in mind that you can donate to operation paperback donates to troops. cookbook s cookbooks you may not use anymore, donate those as well. and then throw away any pamphlets, any loose, tattered books. throw those away. they should not be donated. make your book shelf visually appealing by color coding the remaining books, adding a few decorative objects as well. >> do you have to get rid of -- let's say you don't really have to get rid of them but are you saying get rid of them and put other things in there? >> exactly. it doesn't have to be filled up with just books completely. leave yourself some space to keep growing. >> as we move into the closet bedroom area what do you do if it's not your area that needs to be decluttered but your husband's or your kids? >> this will give you an
opportunity to get new items to add to your wardrobe. maybe take an hour this weekend and do it together. make it a team project. >> good luck with that. okay. >> again, take it piece by piece. drawer by drawer as you're organizing take out items, have a keep pile things you know you definitely want a donation pile things in great condition and then if you have items that are in limbo, you're really not ready to give up quite yet, store them in a box and if you go back to look for them they deserve a spot in your wardrobe. >> pergatory, put it in the attic, basement and if you're looking for it later you can bring them back out again? >> when you put them in your closet or dresser, organize them by use, casual formal business wear and then within those arrange it by color so it's visually appealing. >> do you have a rule how long it's been since you have worn it that tells you when you should throw it out? >> if you haven't worn something
within two years, it's time to say good-bye. >> some people say six months. >> i think two years is a good timeframe. >> what about bags and shoes? >> those can, again, kind of explode outside of their storage box. designate one spot whether it's a basket or one shelf that all your bags and shoes can live. anything else is really something you need to take into account and figure out if you are actually going to wear. take two weeks after you've organized. see if you're going to actually wear those items. organize it. take it for a test run. if you do wear them stuff it in there. otherwise, time to donate. >> what about if you have a pretty gown? you don't want to give it away. >> something sentimental. look for an acid free storage box. don't use your everyday wardrobe to store them. store it on a high shelf in another closet. keep this for your everyday items. >> moving on to the kitchen. collection of mug that is don't
match. >> that's always our problem. take it closet by closet and take out the items that you don't -- you normally reach past on a daily basis for the things that you actually do use. take out the things you don't use. put them on a table. those will be donated. when it comes to special kitchen appliances and things like that you know certain things you use on a monthly basis, that's fine to leave in the kitchen and store there. juicers and blenders that you may not use, store them in the basement and attic if you're actually going to be interested in using them you'll fetch them. otherwise they go in donation. >> tough love here stephanie. >> it really is. >> start eastern if it's just starting one room? >> start small. >> do it over the course of weekends or something? >> absolutely. no timeframe. no pressure. >> stephanie from "real simple," thank you so much. >> thank you. meet the young woman surprising everyone with her football skills and her commitment to helping others too. planning your next winter getaway. is it better to drive or fly?
put down the dark roast you've been putting up with and reach for the one you deserve. we're back at 8:40 with our ongoing series "together we make football." how the game of football has impabling packeted the lives of so many. >> josh elliott has our last finalist, teenage girl making impressive iveive strides on and off the field. >> my mom always said i was born with sneakers on my feet. >> reporter: for carly harmon running came naturally, but throwing has always been her passion. >> there would be a football around and it was like a magnet to her. she would be launching the football around. >> the guys would always be going, did you see her arm? did you see the arm on this kid?
>> reporter: carly got a chance to quarterback, winning her age group in a regional nfl punt pass and kick competition. >> i told my parents that i really love football and that i really want to try out. >> people had told me you really need to go over and watch this young lady. and i was really impressed with her arm and her whole attitude. so i went to the other coach and i said look, i don't care who you take. i just want her. the first time she got hit and popped back up they were all just kind of like okay we've got us a football player. football's always been known as a male-dominant sport. >> block it. let's go carly. >> all of a sudden you get a young lady like carly who comes out and shows, no it's not. >> it's not about your size or your gender. it's really about your heart. >> there's two sides to carly.
there's the football player and then there's this person that really inspired a lot of people last year. >> carly started a business that donates half of all proceeds to support sports for disabled veterans. >> what she has done as far as helping vets to me that's more impressive than her football. >> reporter: carly's success, both on and off the field, drew a recent invitation to watch her favorite team practice. >> i just want a picture with them. >> reporter: but karlie had no idea the actual reason for her visit. >> how are you doing? >> i'm good. how are you? >> how are you doing, karlie? nice to meet you, karlie. >> i heard you're a baller. >> we've got a surprise for you. just want to let you know that you're one of six finalists to
get a chance to go to the super bowl. >> oh, my god. thank you very much. >> happy about that? >> you want to go play catch? >> of course. >> let's go inside! >> got that footwork. >> great pass. >> thank you. >> no problem. i'll you on twitter? >> yeah. >> i'll follow you. >> seriously? it's karlie harman. >> boy, is she cool. she might be able to start for the redskins. >> number of teams she could throw for. >> wonderful throw and beautiful hair. love that. >> you can head to together we make football.com. head to the website and then
vote for your favorite. >> we will reveal the winners next friday. don't forget by the way, you can catch the baltimore ravens taking on the pittsburgh steelers this saturday right here. >> on sunday night -- >> saturday night. >> football night in america! >> steelers fans out on our plaza right now. >> yeah. coming up planning the perfect winter getaway. tips to save you time money and all that frustration. first this is "today" on nbc.
escape. good to see you. >> good to see you. >> some people will travel back this weekend. let's give them a little help. with we'll tart with that thing that leaves me with so much anxiety. you have no assigned seat. you have a ticket on the plane but don't know where you're sitting. how do you attack that one? >> first thing you can do is call the airline. see if they're able to help you get the seat assignments. for this weekend, because it's so busy it may be too late. your best bet is to get to the gate agent as soon as possible because most airlines have about four to six seats that are blocked from their inventory. the only person that can open them is the gate agent. plead your case and see if they can keep your family all together. >> does that mean that the plane is oversold? >> not necessarily but that is why they have those blocked seats. >> long lines at the kiosks and those break as well which slows
down the process, check-in process. >> people will be coming back to work school thinking about their next trip in february march, whenever spring break is for the kids perhaps. we have falling gas price right now. how do you weigh whether or not you should drive to your destination or fly there? >> there is this time/cost equation. if your trip is less than six hours, it may be more cost effective for you to drive f it's over six hours it may be more cost effective for you to drive as well but then look at the value of your time. additional hours in the car or at your destination. >> good thing to think about. there is a strategy to buying airline tickets. when exactly should we make the purchases? >> the best day is on as you know. fares will be less expensive then. >> what's the cheaper day to fly? >> monday thursday and friday. and that's because the planes have more capacity on those days which means more seats and lower fares. >> these are good tips.
now you, yourself are a travel agent. a lot of people these days go online and think i can book this myself on the many sites out there. what he do you think it's a good idea for somebody to say i should hire a travel agent to take care of this? >> a travel agent will provide you with advice and advocacy. they will sort through all those things like the best days to fly. they'll help you when you're looking to put together a full itinerary and when you're looking for advice and guidance there. >> it gets beyond booking a flight rental cars and all those things -- >> absolutely. >> great. let's talk about winter destinations. get us in the spirit. scottsdale arizona. what do you like about scottsdale scottsdale? >> one of the key reasons we like scottsdale it's a great value, running 30% less than other warm weather destinations. it's great for families spa goers, golfers. it has a lot to offer.
>> it's beautiful on top of everything else. >> it is. >> mexico, is there a certain part of mexico that you like? >> we are passionate about cabo right now. impacted by the hurricane last year. a lot of the resorts that were close rdd are reopening their doors. >> you decide to stay here at home in the united states park city utah is a great one. >> absolutely. all this cold weather translates into skiing conditions. park city is wonderful. it's acceptable. close to salt lake city. major improvements about to become the largest ski resort in the country. the lift ticket also run you 40% less there than other destinations. >> is that right? >> yes. other ski resort. >> it's great skiing and easy to get to. you fly right in to salt lake. >> it's great for nonskiers as well culinary theme there. or the after skiing. >> that's the best part for some people. >> exactly. we're back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc.
>> yes. >> time to get birthday wishes from willard scott. hey, willard. >> beautiful. good to see you guys. happy birthday to our birthday buddy of the day. emma lucas. my grandmother was named emma. old-fashioned name. from larchwood, iowa. 105 years old. we love her so much. she loves to crochet baby clothes. take a look at vivian vivian hyman from philadelphia pennsylvania. she is 100 years old today. wish her a very happy birthday. this is prestley blake from wilburham, mass. 100 years old today. great hobby. expensive but great hobby. take a look at george. this is george miller from philadelphia, pennsylvania. he is 100 years old and loves to
international at northeast philly 39 and climbing while it's 34 in rocksborough. sunshine and some passing clouds and a good deal of wind picking up to 18 miles per hour. partly sunny skyies today, wet weather for the weekend. new this morning, philadelphia police are investigating a home invasion and possible robbery in west oak lane on 73rd avenue. police have not yet said if anyone was hurt or what may have been taken. still making calls on this we'll bring you an update. philadelphia police today are expected to formally charge a man accused of raping a woman in a parking garage. we were there as steven woodson was taken to police headquarters. police say he raped a person at the spring garden parking garage yesterday morning. right now the victim is in stable condition. this weekend, a fitness fund-raiser will help a catholic
school stay open. people in burlington will get together for a zumba session tomorrow. the goal is to add to the fund-raising efforts already in place for the facility. the school is slated to close unless the community raises $250,000 by january 15th. they're already halfway there. we will have another update in 25 minutes. you can always get the latest news and weather on our web site nbc10.com. now back to the "today" show. i'm christine maddela. have a great day.
>> announcer: from nbc news this is "today's take" with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist and tamron hall live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today." it's a friday morning, january 2nd 2015. a big post new year's crowd still here in new york city out on the plaza this morning. i'm willie geist. al roker is back with us. >> welcome back. >> sheinelle jones has been hanging out with us all week in studio 1a. natalie and tamron will be back on monday. your new year's was crazy. rose parade and you talked to angelina. >> it was really kind of fun. first of all, i got to host with hoda kotb. >> look at that. >> that's how she did it the whole show.
she took the curlers out. but it still amazes me the intricacy of these floats. every surface has to be covered by organic material flowers, seeds, plants fruits vegetables. all of that is some sort of flower vegetable or seed. and the marching bands are crazy. we had one from mexico that literally we had a shot from the goodyear blimp and they marched for almost five miles spelling out i heart mexico. >> for the whole -- >> for a good portion. it was crazy. >> and it was beautiful. breathtaking. >> it started out chilly. >> i meant the floats not necessarily the temperature. >> but then it warmed up and it was great. i went from that to going to our nbc bureau and doing an interview with angelina jolie. >> speaking of beautiful. >> yes, yes. >> i asked al earlier this morning, is she just as stunning in person as she looks like she
would be on tv? you say even better. >> even better. >> what was great, look she's, i think, a very good actress. but she also is now becoming this acclaimed director. in fact coming -- she's going to be directing brad pitt. she's coming off "unbroken," the story of luis zamperini. i asked her what it was like to direct brad pitt sheechlt. she said it literally was a honeymoon. >> i think it's more that you get nervous because you love somebody and you want to help them. as a director you want to help your actor. as a wife you really want to help your husband. if you work with the person you love and trust most in this world, it's pretty great. because you really try things with each other and you trust and you -- as artists, you get
very bold because you're together. >> and one of the things i kind of bonded with her about before we started rolling, i asked her how christmas was t turns out we are the same person in that -- when the kids are opening the presents i have a plastic bag and am cleaning up as it goes. >> you can't stop to enjoy it? >> that's interesting. >> because there's this growing sea of paper and ribbon and boxes. >> i'm always afraid -- i used to be afraid she was going to throw something away. i would say, wait, wait. >> angelina is the one in her family who does this. >> i thought it was interesting when she talked about working with her husband. i thought to myself could i work with my husband? i don't know. >> i don't know. i don't think so. >> what do you think? >> i don't think so. >> you can't work with her husband? >> no we work very well together. that's a long story. i think it would be hard. mixing life personal life would be tough. >> with professional. >> especially with your wife.
>> i first met deborah here she was filling in on the "today" show. it wasn't a regular thing. i don't know. she keeps saying wouldn't it be great to work together? i say, whoa look at the time. is the phone ringing? >> we each get to stick to our own lanes. my husband is a techie. as long as he could do that and i can talk we would be okay. >> tech talk. >> he would have to talk or i would have to do something techie wouldn't really work. grab mied attention about u2 frontman bono. an update on his condition, 6,000-word message. >> that's a lot. >> right? at least he's sharing. it's been more difficult than i thought. it's not clear as i write this that i will ever play guitar again. the band has reminded me that neither they nor western civilization are depending on this. i didn't realize it was that bad. >> oh, that's sort of a one-off story. he took a spill. then the details started coming
out. he started talking about going to the hospital and waking up with his humerus sticking through his leather jacket. he has basically a titanium elbow now which might prevent him from playing guitar. i guess he got ribbing from ezzy edge. the planet will continue to spin. >> another part he says. you do get to the end of it you probably are the same on painkillers. did i mess it up? same pain killers as me. >> it was a long statement. >> the point is, he was talking about it was a punk rock injury. i give it to him. i can't imagine how excruciating that would be. >> they're going back on tour this year. >> you're sitting there, looking at a bone poking out of your jacket. first of all, you're thinking how am i going to fix this jacket? >> that's your first thought? >> that's my first thought. i had a catastrophic car injury in '85. i was wearing the first really nice suit i had ever bought. i had -- it was a gray chalk
pinstripe. and i really badly injured my leg and they started cutting the pant leg. i was like, no no no no, no! can't you take the pants off? >> even in that moment you're thinking about the suit. >> no no no no no! >> at least you remembered it. he said he doesn't even remember it. >> bono could probably pick up another leather jacket. >> most likely. >> not his concern. >> gwyneth paltrow. i must admit i do not understand why so many people dislike this woman. i don't quite get it. but here we go. interview in february's "marie claire" magazine talking about working in a male dominated industry you name it across the board, men. but women in 30 minutes can get more accomplished than most guys can in two hours. >> is that offensive to you? do you agree? >> yeah, i think i do. i think women are more focused
or better at multitasking. >> that's what i was just about to say i think we do. there are days i'm sitting here, thinking about what's for dinner. i have to take my 5-year-old to a doctor's appointment. i have to get my haircut. >> which is all while you're reading the news which is incredible. >> you think i'm in the moment but i'm not. that's true. that's what we do all day long. not that you don't. >> i think christina, my wife is much more efficient than i m she would decide to get something done and just does it. >> plus we're also like online playing word -- you're looking up like a front gate can i buy this mirror -- >> cruising has sort of a connotation. >> i'm sorry. you're online looking at stuff, playing word with his friends, doing all this stuff. whereas women are, boom! >> we get it done and move on. >> yeah. >> there you go. i don't mind that comment. the other day on wednesday, dylan mentioned her grandmother was on "price is right" before bob barker. i have to tell you, i am so
surprised that one of our viewer s actually tweeted a link to the clip. can we bring in dylan? dylan, are you here? >> i'm here. i'm just creeping around the corner here. >> there's the music. >> i won! >> you won. >> you have to redo that. >> i know. >> all right. dylan dreyer come on down! >> oh, my god! whoo! >> and then you look back at your family and wave to them. >> rod roddy. >> a clip of your beautiful grandmother, 1963? >> 1963 doris milky. >> our champion who will bid first, mrs. doris milky. she has broken a record last week. this is her sixth, from englishtown, new jersey. she's won more merchandise than anyone has in all the year a total of -- a total of $72,769.
>> first of all, can you tell where i get my laugh from. that runs in the family. >> look at the resemblance. >> wow! >> how much did she win? >> apparently if you made it in today's dollars it would be more than $500,000. >> wow! >> 72 grand. >> when you were here she won a house in florida. she won an ice cream truck full of ice cream. tons of fur coat. >> an ice cream truck? >> full of ice cream. >> that's the greatest thing ever! >> my mom absolutely loved it right? >> did they keep the truck? >> for a while. i don't know what happened when it ran out of ice cream if, they refilled it or if it was enough with the truck. >> can you imagine driving around the neighborhood? ringing a bell? >> she won jaguars, too. ice cream truck near the jaguar. >> forget the jaguar. you won an ice cream truck. soup that thing up you're driving around throwing
popsicles out. >> someone constantly found this clip on youtube. i don't know how they knew doris milky was my grandmother. that's my claim to fame. >> "price is right" prizes used to be better. now you get a camper. i want an ice cream truck. >> picture of bill cullen looks almost exactly like drew carey does today. >> he does. >> short haircut, glasses. >> so cool. >> i've always been so proud. it was so fun to bring it to everybody's attention. it's something my family has been bragging about for years. >> fantastic. >> englishtown, new jersey. >> yep. >> national speedway. >> actually my aunt's grandmother runs that speedway. >> does she really? >> ridgeway park yeah. >> what the heck? >> other side of our family. >> englishtown, new jersey! nitro verting funny cars if
you're near it you'll hear it. sunday sunday! >> i used to sell tickets there. >> what the heck? this is like -- you're like a blooming onion. you're peeling layers finding stuff out. >> most interesting woman in the world, dylan dreyer. >> you're like our -- dylan dreyer oh, my gosh! she had an ice cream truck. ice storm warnings winter weather advisories from the southwest all the way to missouri. here is the area we're most concerned about. from northern texas into central oklahoma including oklahoma city. a massive ice storm warning out of this thing. freezing rain ice. some areas the ice accumulation could reach up to an inch west of oklahoma city. we're going to watch that very closely over the next 24 hours. you can see that rain building in today into tomorrow.
we've got the risk of strong storms coming up risk of really severe weather tomorrow down through the lower mississippi river valley including new orleans, mobile alabama. heavy rain two to four inches. and as we get into the northeast tonight into tomorrow the heavier rain will continue into the northeast, probably causing airport delays for a lot of folks trying to get home or back into the northeast, wherever they're good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. a cold start, but temperatures will be in the 40s this afternoon with the wind picking up to 18 miles an hour. clouds, sunshine today, then clouds take over for tomorrow. wintry mix to start with north and west, then just rain with temperatures in the 40s on saturday, rain and 60s for sunday. but the temperatures come right back down starting monday, cold tuesday and wednesday and then into the teens thursday morning. have a great day.
>> you are like your own six degrees. our cameraman said you could race the ice cream truck. >> the funny cars. >> did you guys keep the jag for a long time? >> i don't know. this is well before my time. >> that's true. keep that in the family. >> i have one of the ball gown dresses that my grandmother won and it fit. >> that she won on "the price is right"? >> you wore it? >> and it fits. we're going to keep this going. the gift that keeps giving. i just got cooler in al's eyes. that's pretty awesome. one celebrity couple announces they're getting hitched another couple heading for divorce. angelina jolie opens up about what it was like to make a movie about ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪
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good-looking engaged couple. joe popped the question christmas eve. >> so it's allegedly? >> look at them. they look smitten and in love. >> and arnold can say get to the chopper! give her the ring! >> on the other side of the things i was sorry to read about this. chris rock and his wife are getting divorced. >> chris rock filed december 23rd. they were married for 19 years. almost two decades. kind of a sad one. >> two little girls, too. >> and jeremy rener and his wife sonny, only married, what -- >> ten months. >> -- ten months. >> not sure what's going on there. sad, short marriage. phenomenal actor married his girlfriend. when did they get married? where did they get married? >> surprise wedding we just found out about it this week.
they got married december 20th in joseph's home, private ceremony ceremony. he has always been closed about his private life. we only heard about this girlfriend t. >> what's going on with the emoji, emoticon? >> ben stiller admitted very dad-like behavior, shamed by his daughter for not understanding the difference between emoji and emoticon. >> what's the difference? >> i feel like in 2014 the emoji totally usurped the emoticon in popularity. emojis are colon and
paranthesis. >> did the wink. >> especially if you're cousins. >> i don't even remember what it was. the adorable photo of the day, alec and hilaria baldwin. >> that's a pretty picture. >> new year's day, holding 16-month-old carmen touching hilaria's belly. two adorable dog with his them. they look like the happiest family ready to take on the new year and expand their family. >> how do you get that picture? >> look at the #yoga posture of the day. >> right? >> lot of folks excited about this new disney film remake of cinderella. let's take a look. sneak peek here.
>> that's better. >> they're made of glass? >> and they're really comfortable. the magic will only last so long. >> why don't you tell me your name? >> my name is -- >> cinderella! just say it! cinderella! can't wait for that. whitney, thank you so much. we appreciate it. we've got a health alert. >> flu epidemic on the rise affecting 38 states. >> angelina jolie, why she says she's more comfortable in
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and everythying to do with my brain. >> announcer: nbc 10 news starts now. good morning, i'm christine maddela. let's see what our weekend has in store for us with the first alert forecast from meteorologist bill henley. >> you won't see sunshine rain and snow moving in tomorrow in areas north and west. high clouds over cape may, a live look. 41 degrees in cape may county at wildwood, 37 and climbing in philadelphia with the wind blowing, it feels like 31. the wind will be blowing through the day, just a gentle breeze to start with it will pick up this afternoon to 18 miles an hour. today we are expecting to hear from health officials in mercer county after two more people tested positive for
hepatitis a. the two new patients both ate at rosa's restaurant and catering in hamilton township. last month a food handler who works there came down with the disease. you can read more about hepatitis a and those cases in mercer county by heading to our web site nbc10.com. a fire in west philadelphia forced police to shust down lancaster at 40th street earlier this morning. it's now back open. the fire broke out just after 1:45 this morning in a store. it took crews 45 minutes to bring the fire under control, then it flared up again just before 4:30. no one was hurt. today a gloucester county community will come together to remember 10-year-old matthew mclosski. he was hit by a police car. last night flaming lanterns were released. today's service is in williamstown. we'll have another update in 25 minutes, and you can always get the latest news and weather on our web site head over to
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welcome back to "today" on this friday morning, january 2nd 2015. i'm willie geist along with al roker and sheinelle jones. natalie and tamron will be back on monday. we were just talking about "ghost busters." read it have put out a list of films that terrified people throughout their childhood. not all traditional scary films. "the little mermaid." >> a lot of moments in disney films are kind of scary. >> there's always a villain in a disney movie that scares a little kid. >> remember triton? he comes out of the water and yells at her. >> even "the lion king." >> oh, yeah wildebeast.
>> "gremlins" and some people said "e.t." has a couple of moments. george my son, who is 5, loves ghost busters except the first ghost they encounter in the library, the old woman who turns and screams. we don't like her in our house. >> i forgot about that scene. and e.t. there's a scene where he dies. i forgot about e.t. >> lot going on there. for me "psycho." it wasn't so much for me. but they were showing it on tv for the first time. channel 7 here in new york and my parents were going out and my younger brother is like 3 years younger, and he said do not watch this movie, especially if your brother is in the room. so immediately, they're gone -- >> of course. >> we flipped it on. and they come home. he is in a semi state of
catatonia. he didn't speak for three weeks and my parents were furious. >> i chose "halloween." it was kind of halloween, friday the 13th, nightmare on elm street. "halloween" in particular felt like it could possibly happen. "nightmare on elm street" was fantastical. but i watched her to watch jason and "friday the 13th." it didn't go over well. >> poltergeist, it was on hbo and my parents were gone. i identified with this little girl. she's a little girl like me. of course all these crazy things start happening. i had nightmares forb this for months. didn't they have poltergeist one, two? and then she died. >> eddie murphy had a great line in one -- these movie wouldn't
happen with black good morning. i'm meteorologist bill henley. a cold start, but temperatures will be in the 40s this afternoon with the wind picking up to 18 miles an hour. clouds, sunshine today, then clouds take over for tomorrow. wintry mix to start with north and west, then just rain with temperatures in the 40s on saturday, rain and 60s for sunday. but the temperatures come right back down starting monday, cold tuesday and wednesday and then into the teens thursday morning. have a great day. >> and that's your latest weather. al thanks. we've been talking about your busy day yesterday in southern california. now more with your interview with ang lien gentleman joely. >> that's right. we heard her talk about her cooking skills or lack thereof, her husband brad pitt. i asked her how her relationship with the late louis zamperini
changed her life. >> louis, a moment of pain is worth a lifetime of glory. remember that! >> he is an extraordinary human being and reminds us to put our best foot forward, to think of others to see challenges and take them face on and try to find the best in life. and he wanted this film to be a reminder to others of what they're capable of. >> so you're waiting to hear his reaction. what -- how did he feel about it? >> when i found out he had gone into the hospital i was in the editing room and i brought the film to him and we watched it together on my laptop. i was watching somebody at the end of their life watch their life remember their friends who died remember their mother and how she made gnochi remembering when he crossed the finish lines and when he held that plank up. i think he was just -- he was preparing to pass away when he was watching the film. but before i left the hospital room he told me a really
inappropriate joke and i thought, what? and i left the room smiling. i came in here worried about him and i was going to leave crying and instead he wanted to put a smile on my face and he wanted me to know it was okay. and he took care of me. >> that's a gift. >> and that's who louis was. louis was greater than we could ever put on screen. >> 2014 you were one of two female directors who directed big studio movies. do you hope that the door gets opened for more female talent behind the camera as opposed to in front of it? >> yes. and i'm sure it will. i know many great, talented women who just need those breaks. i've seen their work on a smaller scale. they're coming. i personally get more out of directing. i love being with the film for years and i love shepherding every aspect of it. and i love shining a camera on somebody else. and i love seeing other actors work. and i love being in the editing
room and protecting their performances and i love being in the -- kind of more in the field with everybody. i like to be either with my boots on and doing work. >> if i can take it i can make it. >> overall, are you pleased with what's on the screen with "unbroken"? or do you watch it and say, i should have done this? i should have done that? >> i'm sure i'll always have a bit of that. i'm pretty good at backing away. i don't see my work. i see everybody's work when i watch a scene and i think we all really came together and we did our best and it's a beautiful memory. >> a lot of people were shocked it didn't get nominated for golden globe. >> we've had lovely responses and accolades, but nothing beats the audience responding to it you know. that's obviously -- when you make this kind of a film you know all the other stuff is wonderful. but it really means nothing if the audience doesn't connect to
it. because this film is made for them. that would have been heartbreaking for us if we didn't connect with the audience. so we're over the moon. >> i also asked angelina about the sony hacking incident the e-mails about her. and she declined comment. >> she did a great job with this movie. she had great material to work with. louis zamperini's life is unbelievable. >> it's a sports movie, movie about survival large chunks of it at sea. >> you can tell her heart is in it. >> yeah. up next looking for a new tv new home or a raise? the best time
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turns out this is also true with your personal finances. >> that's right. here with ideas for saving consumer reporter with cnbc.com. kelly, good morning. >> you stole my joke. >> i know. sorry. >> it's not all that funny. let's start with the month of january. best time to buy a tv? >> it really is leading up to super bowl particularly. >> on nbc? >> yes, exactly. got to plug that in there. if you're looking for a high-end set particularly which, of course you do if you're going to watch the super bowl. really that week is where prices are 5% to 10% better than you're going to see even on black friday and other points of the year. >> these 4k tvs, are they coming down in price? >> they are. look at these sales pretty carefully. the consumer electronics show next week. all these manufacturers are bringing out their latest and greatest and the stuff on sale will be kind of their first round of clearances. make sure you're not buying something that's too outdated. >> best month to start a home renovation february. how come? >> we're not talking about
getting the sledge hammer out. fewest calls during the first quarter you can make all your phone calls, see who has the best price and who is available. >> march. this is interesting. the best time to sell a house. >> definitely put your house on the market then. that's really when the traffic starts to pick up particularly if you have a home that will appeal to families because they really want to have some sort of closing by the summer so they can move in between school years. >> is that the worst time to buy a house? >> definitely one of the worst times to get into the bidding wars. >> good to know. jump ahead to june. best month to ask for a raise? >> yes. june july and actually a little bit in january, too, are the times when raises are most often handed out. it really coincides with a lot of companies, the end of their fiscal year. figure out where your best timing falls in there. of course you don't want to ask just because it's june. you want to have your full list of accomplishments. >> it's june.
i would like a raise. august best month to buy a car, the current model year? >> it's going to be sort of what's the older model year at that point. you do see that the incentives from july to august went up about 13% last year according to truecar.com. average about $3200 off the price of the car. so really great deal there. of course you still want to be careful on what kind of car you're buying. you'll see even better prices in september. most of the time that car is almost kind of a year old already. >> we touched on this before. november the best month to buy a home? >> hands down. there's not a lot on the market then which is the down side. but the sellers usually -- if they still have something on the market it's because it was held over from a couple of months ago. they're more willing to negotiate on price. you'll have fewer buyers to compete with you. you might be able to get in a better offer. >> best time to take vacation if you're a boss last week in
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let's face it eating healthy is on the top of just about everybody's new year's resolution but it always whipping up a delicious, nutritious dinner when you have a hectic workweek. >> tell me about it. "cooking light" contributor frances larson. >> good morning. happy new year. >> chicken is a good choice? >> these are all from the cooking light diet. chicken cutlets out of the pan. >> how long do you cook them? >> three minutes a side. they're so thin. which is great. >> salt and pepper? >> red wine van vinegar. deglaze the pan.
brussel sprouts, raw. olive oil. the apple slices. dried currants. >> i've learned to love brussel sprouts because of recipes like this. they're not the mushy nasty ones. >> you can put it together in minutes and feel really good about it. >> moving on. >> cantonese shrimp. put a little slurry with cornstarch salt and pepper and some sherry. this will thicken it up and make it hike that chinese style sauce. going into the pan, one gram of saturated fat. if you use gluten free soba noodles, gluten free. >> should we try it? >> yeah. >> want a little scallion on top? >> yes. >> oh, that's good. >> it would be even better if it was hot. >> it's got a little spice to it. >> when you make it at home al it will be hot. >> you're going to really like this. we've got a gorgeous nice
spicer up for our pork. ciracha barbecue pork tenderloin. it will cook on low for eight hours. >> what part of the pork is this? >> it is shoulder also known as boston butt. >> butt. >> that's nice. >> lot of pork to get in there. these are the sandwiches. only 230 calories. >> is that a dry rub? >> for the whole sandwich? >> yes. dry coriander, chili powder dried garlic. >> that's good. >> come on. >> 230 calories. you could have two. >> chili? >> this is a vegetarian chili. great for meatless mondays and we've got three beans, black beans, pinto beans, kidney bean. >> all canned beans? >> all canned beans. rinse them first to get rid of the sodium. sour cream, monterey jack. it's not too spicy. you could give it to your kids.
>> you don't miss the meat if you're a die-hard meat eater. >> nine grams of fiber. >> we made a pizza crust. >> turkey crusts are also good. >> that's right. >> spread it with pesto, fresh ricotta on there. top it with a little basil. >> they come smaller. >> if i let them make it they'll eat it. >> eight minutes under the broiler. you can do that sheinelle. >> that's something i can do. that's good. >> where are you going? >> i'm going back for this. >> you're leaving me. >> no i'm not. this is very good. >> back for the barbecue. >> that's right. head to today.com for all the recipes. we're back in a moment. first this is "today" on nbc. winner!
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>> announcer: nbc 10 news starts now. good friday morning. i'm christine maddela. let's get the first alert forecast from meteorologist bill henley. >> christine, a cold start, but we've got enough sunshine coming through to warm things up a bit. already at 40 degrees in philadelphia and climbing. 42 in northeast philly 38 in trenton and wilmington on the verge of 40. we will be in the 40s this afternoon and completely dry today. that changes this weekend.
this morning, the suspect held overnight in connection with a parking garage rape in philadelphia is scheduled to be formally charged. nbc 10 was there as stephen woodson was taken to go before a judge overnight. woodson is from pittsburgh. investigators say he allegedly raped a woman at the spring garden parking garage yesterday morning. the victim is in stable condition. a man is under arrest after authorities say he broke into the target store in sheltonham township, security guards called police when they say the man inside the business when they saw him there after hours. officers surrounded the store, arrested him and charged him with attempted burglary. the new year brings a toll hike on the pennsylvania turnpike. the increase takes effect just after midnight on sunday. it's a 5 cent jump for ez pass customers and ten cents for curb. we'll have an update in 25 minutes. you can always get the latest news and weather on our web site
from nbc news, this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hello, everybody. we're so happy you're with us for try day friday. it is january 2nd. it is 2015! >> we're already two days in. >> yes. you still write out checks on occasion? >> every now and then for certain things but i mainly do everything online. >> i know you do. >> yes. >> i write a lot of checks. i'm old-fashioned. i'm a dinosaur. but i do like to be spontaneous. i do. we'll talk about that in a little bit. we'll talk are you the kind of person that likes to have life
just happen and go with it or like things planned and comfortable and know what you're -- >> they say three-fourths of the people crave spontaneity but they can't or don't do it because of practical reasons like time and money and stuff like that. so you want to take a spontaneous trip or do something a little crazy, but you feel like you can't for reasons like that. >> some of my best memories were of just total spontaneous and we said let's go do it. >> sometimes, it is not something that costs something. >> no. >> but thank you for asking. >> we're asking you if you live spontaneously or do you think everything through? i think if you think everything through too much you'll find 15 reasons not to do anything. no matter what it is. >> this survey was down by iceland air. and if you want to do something spontaneous spontaneous, i suggest you take iceland air and go to iceland. i've been there about five times to iceland. >> can i suggest you win the lottery and go. >> it is not that far. it is like being on a different planet.
it is fabulous. >> okay. >> yeah. >> okay. we want to talk about ways you personally annoy people. >> yes. especially your servers in a restaurant. i don't know if you've been waitresses but msn for waiters spoke to some servers and want to find out what are the things that patrons do that irk the staff so much it drives them crazy. we're so smart because we found two servers on the plaza. kali raise your hand and abbie. they both -- they weren't friends before today, but they are now. >> hi guys. you guys know what bugs you when you're serving people. so we're going to ask you something and you tell us if it is a myth or a fact okay? >> okay. here we go. here is the first one. it is annoying when a customer doesn't move their stuff like an iphone or cocktail when the food arrives? myth or a fact? >> you get annoyed. and you don't? >> no. >> you don't care? >> i shove it all. >> what do you say? >> sometimes they get mad if we
don't go over them and get it on the table correct. >> you have a hot drink and they won't move it? >> that is annoying. >> that is really bad. >> you want your food how about you move something? >> make room for your food. here is another one. is it annoying when a customer sends food back for ridiculous reasons, look i didn't like it but they already have eaten half of it? is that annoying? >> yes. >> and yes. >> do people do that? >> yes, all the time. >> what do they eat? >> they'll take a bite of their wings and say, oh it doesn't have enough sauce. you almost ate all of it so -- >> so whatever. >> eat five wings and say, they weren't cooked enough or they didn't have enough sauce. >> what do you do? >> well we'll make that many new ones subtract. >> eat half a sandwich and bring it back and if the kitchen will yell at us sometimes or everybody. >> poor servers.
>> what about they say they're ready to order, but they're really not. >> they go we're ready and then they're, like, what are you having? >> i don't know. you want the hamburger? >> yes. >> what is annoying about that? >> when we're -- we have other tables, we're busy and they're just sitting there and it takes them five minutes. >> like pick something. >> do you ever say when you're really ready, let me know. >> yes. >> you guys are great. >> what else? >> what if you're at another table and someone tries to get your attention. do you hate to be snapped at. >> people will whistle. >> i tell frank it is rude. he doesn't think so. he whistles. and -- you can't whistle at people. they hate it. >> do you go slower? >> purposefully take longer to get to them. >> what else? anything else? >> they rip stuff up and all over the table and you need to clean it up and it is on the floor. >> what? >> like -- they're nervous shredders. >> what about when they let
their kids just go -- run all over. ruff roughshod through the whole -- >> that's one of your least favorite things. >> crowns all over the floor from the little kiddos. >> crowns? >> crayons. >> oh. >> nose pickers. >> are people generally good tippers or not? >> most but you get some that don't tip at all -- >> or walk out. >> without paying the bill? >> yeah. then it is on us so -- >> oh my gosh. >> i like them don't you? >> yes. i think that's atrocious. if there is one thing you miss people mostly know would it be about the tipping? you don't make a big hourly wage. >> you make a lot of your money in tips? >> yeah. >> at the first of the year or second of the year is here people should make a conscious effort to be kinder to their servers. >> you're adorable. we wish you a very good 2015. prosperous. >> thanks kids. >> very cute. we'll play another game because that's what we like doing. if you're looking forward to this weekend, you need a break
from holiday stress we'll play weekend warbles. we'll play a song and you guess what it is. all the songs have to do with celebrating saturday or sunday. play along with us. >> here is song number one. ♪ everyone's waiting to go out tonight ♪ >> i don't know the names of anything. i just know the -- ♪ >> oh, yeah. ♪ everybody's working for the weekend ♪ >> no, sal. >> next. ♪ seems to me girl ♪ >> lionel richie "easy like sunday morning." next. >> he can sing anytime for me. i love him. okay we got that. ♪
>> i am horrified. >> "just another sunday" or something like that. >> cat stevens. >> i knew was cat stevens. ♪ saturday night and i ain't got my body ♪ >> it is time for your friday funny. >> all right. why can't you give elsa a balloon? >> why? >> because she'll let it go. >> what do you call a fake noodle? >> what? >> an imposter. >> what do you call a computer that sings? a dell. who drives their customers away? a taxi driver. >> okay. good one. i like these. >> what do you call -- one more back back. >> what do you call -- >> what do you call an alligator in a vest? >> i don't know. >> an investigator.
>> those are good! it is try day friday. and here is the thing, if you've sat on a plane before and you want to fall asleep but your head is bobbing around the nod apparently we have something that -- it is called -- it is a product that will help you called go sleep. we're going to sit in abbie and kali's chairs. you take the pillow and put the mask on. and it is all hooked together. and then your head doesn't bob around. >> how does it keep your head from bobbing? >> i don't know. >> you can still bob. >> oh. okay. no we don't. feels good. donna, what's wrong?
are we doing it wrong? the strap goes around your seat. >> around the seat. oh it goes around the seat. oh. well, that looks good. kath looks good. oh okay. then you put it on -- >> put it on. >> okay. >> this is good donna. and then the pillow -- >> oh here's a note. make sure you don't cover the person's tv seat behind you with the cord. between $30 and $40. they're not pleased with us right now. >> where is the pillow? >> oh wait wait. i understand. the pillow is behind you? so it is like a spring. like a spring. that's what it is. oh so -- >> looks like something out of "50 shades of grey," doesn't it?
not that i read it, but that's what you told me hoda. >> i get it. like a slingshot. like your head bobs. thank you, donna. okay or not okay to have a quickie marriage. here is what we had to say about it. >> hoda, i learned to stay out of other people's marriages as much as possible. i have enough to deal with in my own. >> i say sure it is okay. it doesn't matter how it starts as long as it lasts. >> doesn't matter? >> i'm not drinking. >> are you sure? >> leave it alone. >> okay. >> take back your home. we have great tips, everybody. >> yes, we do.
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we know it is the day after new year's. there is candle wax on the tablecloth floortthe floor is scratched. now it is time to clean it all up and take back your house. >> here with clever fixes for the wear and tear that the holidays left behind is consumer advocate and co-author of "who knew household short cuts", bruce lubin. hello, bruce. >> so far away. >> yes. >> there is a distance. the house is a mess now. between new year's christmas, my rotten kids here is how we clean everything. if you have fingerprints on stainless steel, buy the
expensive cleaner or use olive oil. simple olive oil and that's gone. you can never get rid of fingerprints. this is good for water marks. a little rub afterwards and we are just -- >> that's -- >> not our christmas miracle, but close. let's talk about scuff marks. these are a real pain. all you need is a little bit of nongel toothpaste. >> okay. >> rub this like this. >> uh-huh. >> in about a few seconds -- >> it does come right off. >> there you go. there you go. you can also use this to get rid of crayon marks, all sorts of things. if you have scratch marks, and this is unbelievable for all wood furniture -- >> more olive oil? >> olive oil and vinegar, three to one olive oil to vinegar. a little salad dressing. >> a mediterranean diet. >> can you see how all the scratches -- you want to make sure you buff this so you don't slide on it but this is much
better than any sort of wood polish. all of it. >> i'm afraid to walk on this. >> come over here. this is our christmas tablecloth. you can see what happened here. so what you're going to do is take a paper bag like this that is candle wax. we'll put a hot iron on it. you can see what is happening already. >> it melts. >> it melts it. and you just keep sliding it around like this. it will not all work because we don't have that long right now, but you'll see eventually it started to come out. >> yeah. >> but then also how do you get it out? >> use another paper bag. >> and it will come out entirely? >> entirely. >> really bruce lubin? >> all right then. a little mayonnaise mayonnaise on watering stains. look how quickly that is gone. >> crazy. >> really. >> all you used was mayonnaise, which is great -- >> why not olive oil for that
too? >> the mayonnaise lifts the moisture out and it is a great protective coating. it is great. if i was waxing this table olive oil and vinegar. >> again. >> olive oil and vinegar. >> hoda red wine. >> spill some red wine if you will on the carpet there. >> delicious. >> there you go. look how good they are at this. there is the experience. what you want to do is damp -- damp mop it. this is half peroxide half detergent. this is color fast. i checked already. but in a few minutes, you're going to lift this entire stain. >> you just do this. >> you say it doesn't take the color out of the carpet? >> make sure it is color fast. if it is this carpet is most carpets are, in a few minutes -- >> it will keep lifting it out. >> it is all gone. >> i actually believe you because you actually -- you tell us the truth. >> astonished i actually -- >> you don't lie to us. >> i've been doing this for 20 years with my wife. a soot mark if you have a
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from predicting the best time to buy airline tickets to organizing all your contacts calendars and e-mails, there are very impressive new apps to download this year. >> here with the hot list that will make your life easier and save you some money in the new year is cyberguy himself, kirk knutson. how are you? >> happy new year to both of you. >> you have five apps we need. >> 2015 is about a balance in our lives and win some stuff back. one thing starts with our e-mail. there is a cool app free called a copley. it goes through your existing e-mail box and as you get e-mail through the day, it makes the ones that are important pop up first. >> how does it know? >> it is the first question i
asked. and they said magic fairy dust. i said there has to be more to it than that. they realize you had a previous conversation with someone, they see who is in your address book it learns and learns and learns as you use it and stores that. it is a smarter way -- >> it can tell the spam stuff. >> it puts the junk mail to the bottom and puts your friends and colleagues up at the top and then it also has a cool feature, like for example, this thing, you can go and archive this and delete it this way or go the other way and you can now schedule this e-mail and say, i don't want to deal with this now, i'll deal with it in a few hours. it will pop back to you. helps you get a handle. >> do you use that? >> i think i would. sometimes i get e-mail from people that i don't hear from that i need to respond to right away not in my normal wheel house and you think i've got to -- >> like your parole officer. >> hey, hey, hey. >> very cool app about saving money when you fly. you note airknow the airlines have been good at squeezing it out of us. they figured out how to bilk us
and when to buy the ticket at the right time for them on their dime. this is called get flyer. it is in beta. it will come out in february. it is off the hook incredible because it predicts when the airline is going to change raise, lower the fares. what you get out of it is you search -- we searched between chicago and a trip to las vegas later here in january. and when you hook up any of those flights, it will demonstrate when you should buy it and it should populate right here it will give a percentage of what is a percentage of the flight going up in price, what is a percentage of it staying -- >> still a bit of a crapshoot. you're going to vegas anyway. >> don't buy it today, maybe wait until next week. >> okay. >> we have so many more. but we have to check them out online. thank you so much. we appreciate it. >> how to dress slimmer while losing weight, after this. i kept on top of things.
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temperatures didn't get cold in cape may. it's 43 degrees. the view from the hotel. we are seeing sunshine in philadelphia, 40 degrees. chilly north and west, especially in the pocono mountain s where it's 29. the temperature will increase to 40 later today. investigators are looking for the cause of a fire in philadelphia's overbrook section. firefighters responded around 6:30. they got the fire under control in less than a half hour. crews took a woman to the hospital with minor smoke inhalation. she's expected to be okay. the red cross is helping the five people who lived in that home. a fire in west philadelphia forced police to shut down lancaster avenue at 40th street earlier this morning. it's now open. it broke out after 1:45 this morning in a store. crews brought it under control. it flared up a few hours later. no one was hurt. we expect to hear from health officials in mercer
county after two more people tested positive for hepatitis a. the two new patients both ate at rosa's catering last month. a food handler came down with the disease who worked there. we have a full hour of news coming up in just 30 minutes. always get the latest news and weather on our website, nbc10.com. now back to "today." i'm christine maddela. have a great friday.
we're back with more on this try day friday. >> we have enlisted style and beauty expert elise caldwell to teach you how to fake it. the first model up is amy. let's bring amy out. and tell us what she is doing to look slimmer. >> okay. amyweekender girl. you want to be casual on the weekends or don't feel like dressing up. it is about the monochromatic look. let's start head to toe with the hat. we start with the floppy hat that will cover almost all of
your ear to the base but add a nice hoop to the earring, that will elongate your neck. and just do like a drapy blouse. you don't have to worry about belting it because the monochromatic will go down. we added a pop of color. marsala is the color for 2015. we added cute over the knee boots from shoe dazzle. >> those are darling. >> yes. and the key thing here is get a fabric that is a knit and that is stretchy. this is cool the leggings are from vera wang's collection with kohl's. it gives you a little stretch. >> a rich look -- >> nice jacket. >> i call it my j. lo moment. giving a fall look but movement and the actual articles of clothing. >> okay. >> thank you. >> thanks. >> next up is christie. >> yes. >> and what is her issue? >> christie she's my all around curvy girl. she's fabulous she has confidence. but the key thing here is she's blessed with the bosom. that is the key thing.
she's blessed with -- >> yes, blessed with the bosom. the thing is you want to you know accentuate your neck line which is ageless, by the way, but go down and conceal. so people say i can't wear crazy patterns. but you can. the key thing is to start simple at the bottom so you can have fun at the top. >> i gotcha. >> we start with the black and actually those tights have a control top in them. and they're from hue, which is great. they're not expensive at all. but then at the top this dress from city chic has angular vertical lines, horizontal lines, and so people say, you know what i can't wear lines, stripes and stuff, the key thing is to slice and dice. it is instant tummy tuck. who doesn't want that? >> thanks. >> thank you. >> next up is amanda. and you got amanda going on in a knit dress. >> yes. now this is more like a day item because you think how can you wear it? >> she looks great.
>> the key thing is wear hues that are close to your skin tone. so your nudes, taupes grays, a mix of beige and gray. those things always go great. we pair it with a good bag. it kind of contrasts with it but that's a good thing. you're wearing daytime dresses, pair it with skin toenz. for the winter, wear the deep muted tones with it. it accentuates everything. her dress is from tjmaxx. a good feel for her and a bargain and the bag is from marshall's. >> thank you amanda. lastly we have gale. gale is doing a business casual look. >> yes. i call gale my glam ma. >> hello, glam ma. >> gale people love tweed, it is a timeless collection. but i wanted to just update it and make it a little more modern. i added a chambray denim shirt from land's end and added a trouser that is denim-esque, but has a cool tummy panel in it.
>> let me take a peek at you. yeah. >> the tummy panel in it so when you're thinking how do i wear something that is a blazer that is boxy put a belt on it first off. and then just cinch it in. have the color complement. so we still kept the base tone of the navies and the deep blues as a denim, but added a little metallic to complement with her tweed shoes from shoe dazzle and blazer from land's end. >> and pearls. >> yes. pearls are the new gem. it is the new black. >> why are they yelling at me? what happened? >> we're thinking in all caps because we love you. we're still celebrating the new year. >> let's bring out all the models. >> you guys thank you. >> thank you very much. >> thank you. >> we're going to undeck the halls and haul in the holly. ways to pack up your holiday garnish. if you like hot guys and hot baked goods, we're making cupcakes with a little man candy right after this. [richard] on the one hand, you have taxes. on the other hand, the affordable care act.
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the holidays are behind us. it is just about time to take down the tree maybe, the trimmings, all those things that glow. so how are you going to store all that stuff so it looks good year after year. >> here with some creative ways to store your christmas decor is the author of "ps you're invited" and founder of ps i made this.com erica domisek. >> hi guys. thanks for having me. >> this is that time of year when everyone is looking at their tree and stuff and it was fun putting it up but now it has to go down. >> the energy. >> i know. it is easy and it actually be fun. we have great ideas. i know we were so busy wrapping gifts. and what do you do with all the wrapping paper? you throw it -- >> you fold it. >> it is tough. there are great organizational systems, you can buy, or if you just have a plain hanging garment bag, and a hanger you can create your own. so if you already have this stuff at home you can just get
creative. put it in your -- oh -- >> and we're taping -- >> we're moving on baby. >> moving on! >> sometimes -- >> no one was hurt in the making of this segment. >> we call it a craft-cident. lights. they get tangled. you don't know what to do with them. keep cardboard and wrap wrap, wrap around ww. we can all do this. the kids can help and they don't get tangled. >> year after year i always wonder. >> clever use of toilet paper holders. >> talk about not getting tangles, these things are a mess. tangles, what do we do with them? now speaking about repurposing, toilet paper rolls, who doesn't have a bunch of them they fit right into -- they fit right into these rolls and we even use colorful tape to decorate them. that way, it is a little soon
but it is fun. make it festive. you can save it make it decorative and wrap them really tight, stick them in there and save them for next year. >> good job. >> all about being clever. >> the wreath. >> well, actually this is garland. this is funky orange garland. we all have garland at home. what do we do to save it for yes year. you can buy a wreath organizer. this is for a wreath. we're just using this for garland, wrap it up stick it in there, cover it, you're done. >> under the bed. >> buy this at the container store, great for next year. >> the ornaments. year after year one or two always crack when i come back. >> this is a good idea. >> great idea. before i go to the around ams this is my favorite trick we all have our phones out all holiday season. you got so many cute cards, you want to telethem away but want to keep them. what do you do? take a picture on your phone, you have it forever. this is a cute little thing to do.
>> now to the ornaments. >> now to the ornaments. i love that idea. pictures are important. that's what the holidays are about. for ornaments what do we do so they don't break, don't crack? this is a fun thing to do with the kids to clean up. >> great. >> drinking glasses. stacking them into tupperware containers. we layered them with a piece of cardboard and simply just fill them up. >> that's great. >> done. >> they can't bang can't shake, put the lid on they're great until next year. >> perfect. >> ornaments, sometimes they break what do we do? another great idea repurpose that snow right? >> what is this? >> this is the fake snow that some of us -- not everybody -- >> nightmare. >> it is a nightmare. >> it makes for great packing. you can put your orange amounts in there. sometimes take a handful, got your stocking put it right in there. sometimes you've got the ornaments, they're a little delicate. some people cut up porcelain ones, put fake snow in here and stick it in put a couple in there, and you can stack it that way too.
>> okay. >> we don't want things to break, they're precious. >> fill it in there. one other fun trick i like to do if you have small ornaments, look down there, you have an egg carton. this is another clever trick for the tiny guys you know if they can fit in there, line them up keep them there, and you're pretty good to go. >> thank you. >> terrific. >> thanks for having me. >> wait until -- i mean try her cupcakes. >> stud muffins. >> got stud must havensffins. >> yeah. >> what kind? >> two kinds. t after all the shopping cooking and heavy foods... sometimes i feel bloated or gassy with rumbling uncomfortable. i feel less motivated and sluggish. it's time to start the year off right with the activia challenge! enjoying activia twice a day for four weeks may help reduce the frequency of minor digestive issues like bloating, gas discomfort and rumbling. and if your tummy smiles you can start the year off right.
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perfect book. how did you think of that? that was genius? >> she bakes. >> she's babe. >> she's babalicious. >> thank you. it combines my two favorite things cupcakes and cute guys. >> okay good. all righty. >> clever. by the way, we look at the cupcakes, first of all and they're terrific. you're baking them in cones? >> yes, this is a delicious vanilla cupcake. we bake it in a cone. it is really easy to bake it in a cone. basically you just get -- >> you say cone you mean cone? are you from new zealand? australia? >> australia. >> cone. >> okay. >> okay. so all you have to do is scoop some in there. be careful you just go to the ridge, not too high or it will overfill it will poof out. that's the technical term. >> that's what i heard. >> okay. so basically you just fill these. and bake them leak a regular
cupcake, about 18 to 20 minutes. >> it doesn't burn or ruin the cone? >> no nothing happens. yes. >> who would have thought that. >> who is our man candy down there helping to decorate? >> well this is brad. >> how are we doing? >> we're going to ice these up? >> yes. ice these up. >> you're going to put some sprinkles on. do you want to pass the -- would you like to have a go of the icing? >> sure. >> here hodi. >> thank you. >> you start from the back and put some ice around. >> like a soft serve ice cream. >> start from the outside? >> yes. >> and might want to hold the cupcake. and just a swirl. like you would if it was a -- >> okay. >> okay. >> all right. >> there we are. >> and you can throw sprinkles on. fantastic. >> yes. fun.
>> all right. >> you know what's more fun than baking them? eating them. >> that's true. >> we did that one. >> we can make these in a chocolate -- >> that's adorable. >> aren't those great? a good idea to chill the cupcakes first to have them a little bit before you just dip them in some chocolate. you can have a go with these. why don't you throw some sprinkles on. >> that's not hot, is it? this stuff? >> it is just melted. >> remember at dairy queen, i used to love when you could dip it in. >> so much fun. >> it would harden right away. >> okay. >> okay. >> sprinkle them -- all right. >> okay. the next cupcake is a apple cider cowboy cupcake. >> when you have a cowboy. >> right.
>> inspired by my cupcake cowboy. so -- >> what is he going to do? >> he's going to help you two frost them. i might just change mozy on up and get started. >> this has apple cider and cinnamon and freshly chopped apple in it as well. the frosting also has a bit of apple cider in it as well. >> i bet we have all the recipes on our website, don't we? >> we do. what is going on there? who is this cute one at the end? >> this is geronimo. >> of course it is. >> these are our cocoa loco cupcakes. >> what is special about those? >> they have a tropical flavor. they're delicious. they got coconut extract, shredded coconut and coconut milk. and also with the frosting, we just colored up some shredded coconut with some green food coloring and, of course we have a little umbrella in there. >> they're all very cute. >> thank you so much. >> thank you. >> thanks.
what a great crowd. we'll play more of our game we call weekend warbles where we guess the songs about friday saturday and sunday. >> now it is friday saturday and sunday. >> we're adding friday. let's go. we're ready. >> weekend in new england. >> a great song. barry manilow. >> love it love it. ♪ people talking ♪ >> i love this. >> chicago, right? >> yes. >> in the mark. >> good one. >> these are old songs. >> here is the last one. ♪ >> >> oh another old one. >> stevie wonder? >> yes.
what is it? "sunday morning," maroon 5. >> hello. >> it did sound like stevie wonder. >> we have a huge week next week. >> yes, we do. garth brooks donnie wahlberg and jenny mccarthy, and judith light, anna gasteyer and kathie griffin, the new host of "the fashion police". >> johnsen cena's latest weight loss advice. we love him. >> we leave you with a few young lads sad to see christmas go. >> this is barney bailey and bella, our friend jackie henry sent them to us. she said they looked sad with their outfits on and they do. they don't like outfits. >> have an awesome weekend, everybody. >> we'll see you monday. nice talking to you.
right now at 11:00, happening this midday the suss suspect held in connection with a rape is scheduled to be charged. the suspect attached the woman in the middle of new year's day. jesse gary is live at police headquarters. what time is this guy expected to go before a judge? >> reporter: he could make his appearance at 12:30 this afternoon. he will make that via video link from inside police headquarters. detectives say the charges will include rape attempted murder assault and other crimes. overnight, svu officers moved him from hunting