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you can always get realtime news, weather and traffic on the nbc10 app. >> thanks for being with us this morning. the "today" show is next. good morning. massive manhunt. . overnight the search intensifies for the gunman who shot two police officers. killing one of them near a college campus in georgia. the community on lockdown. we're there live. disturbing scene. shocking video showing a high school student in nevada armed with knives and lunging at class mates. before being shot and critically wounded by a campus police officer. was it excessive force? this morning, the boy's parents and police are speaking out. environmental disaster? controversy sparked by president-elect trump's pick to run the epa. >> it's a sickening and saddening choice. >> the ongoing lawsuit against the very agency he's tapped to
lead. and his position on climate change putting a dark cloud over his nomination. and deep freeze. the brutal cold gripping much of the country intensifies as a new storm develops that will impact people from seattle all the way to boston. millions of americans bracing for snow and bitter temperatures. today thursday, december 8, 2016. from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1 a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today" on thursday morning, tamron's here for savannah. good morning unless you're living in casper, wyoming. >> it's brutal. >> look at al's map. >> it's minus 28 degrees. that's the air temperature. that's a 24 degree drop from this time yesterday. >> we kept asking, that was a real number?
>> don't make it enough. >> al's going to talk about this polar plunge in a little while. let us begin with some overnight developments in that shooting two of officers near a college campus in georgia. the alleged shooter is on the run and the focus of an intense manhunt. kerry sanders has the latest, hi kerry, good morning. >> reporter: good morning matt. the authorities established a dragnet. they may have lots of places to hide, with daylight, they are confident they will find this man who they're accusing of shooting and killing one police officer and seriously wounding another. this morning, the search for a gunman in southern georgia intensifies, the suspect, minute quell lembrick considered armed and dangerous. accused of shooting two officers, killing one and critically injuring the other. overnight, officials raised the reward to $50,000. just hours after asking lembrick to turn himself in. >> everyone's safety is
important. contact us to end this in a peaceful manner. we want the violence to end today. >> reporter: outside the police station last night, community members gathered to honor nicholas smarr. a four year veteran who was fatically shot. they also prayed for jodie smith with the georgia southwestern university police. officials say he's out of surgery. his condition this morning, unknown. the manhunt began wednesday morning when the two officers responded to a domestic disturbance call. shots were fired. the officers hit, and lembrick took off. the nearby georgia southwestern university put on lockdown and students asked to stay indoors overnight. >> this is a very dangerous individual. we need to have him off the streets. >> reporter: police say lembrick is also wanted on kidnapping and other charges. this morning, more than 200 officers across different agencies are joining the search. >> it's a tragedy beyond words. it's one of our family members
that's been taken from us. >> reporter: school buses are out this morning. parents are being urged by lawmen if their children wait at the bus stop because he's considered armed and dangerous, accompany their children or take them to school themselves. tamron, matt. >> kerry sanders on the story, thank you. now to the shocking video we showed you. a teenager armed with knives being shot by a campus police officer. at a high school in reno, nevada. this morning, that boy's family is speaking out and questioning the officer's actions. nbc's stephanie gus is in reno, good morning. >> reporter: good morning r tamron. a fight turned life threatening quickly. now you have one of those students in critical condition at the hospital after being shot by campus police officer. a quick warning, the images you are about to see may be disturbing. this morning, cell phone video
posted online shows the troubling scene at a nevada high school as it unfolded. students in reno scattered as a 14-year-old boy wielding two large knives, lunged at classmates. another video show's the student scrambling, then -- [ gunshot ] then a campus police officer fires one shot. >> he just shot the kid. >> reporter: the teen falls to the ground. appears to clutch his neck. >> we have all units bdw. with shots down. >> reporter: this morning, the teenager is hospitalized in critical condition. the officer employed by the school district placed on routine, administrative leave. authorities say his use of force was appropriate. >> the officer gave verbal commands to drop the knife. stopping the threat. once the threat was stopped it, the shooting officer immediately began to provide medical aid to the student. >> reporter: overnight, an
attorney told nbc news their priority is to focus on the teen's condition. questioned the shooting. saying, there are many questions to be answered as to what happened and what could have been done to avoid the use of lethal force. we believe options were available to law enforcement that were not pursued. with the school on lockdown, worried parents waited for hours before being reunited with their kids. authorities are in the process of interviewing dozens of students who witness the attack. to find out exactly what sparked the incident. preliminary information points to an altercation between the teen and another student. his son, d.j., is friends with the boy who was shot. and is also concerned about the officer's use of force. >> he's actually a really good kid. he's got a really good heart. >> anybody's kid, you know, that gets shot. it would hurt. because you know, this doesn't have to be their friend. i mean, anything senseless in school just doesn't make sense.
>> reporter: the friend of the student who shot who we spoke with said that he was regularly bullied and he believes that he brought those nooifs to school in self-defense. that's certainly something police are looking at and they are asking for students or anyone else who has pictures or video of this fight, this incident, to turn it in. tamron, matt, back to you. >> thank you very much. president-elect trump heads to iowa today. it's the third stop on his post-election thank you tour. this as the latest pick for his administration comes under fire. nbc's national correspondent peter alexander, just a few blocks from us here at trump tower. good morning to you. >> matt, good morning, the latest pick among donald trump's most controversial just this morning. announcing his head of the epa as the oklahoma attorney general, friend and ally of the oil and gas industry. signaling trump's plan to dismantle president obama's efforts to combat climate
change. new details about president-elect's multimillion dollar business. to his two adult sons. but that he intends to keep a stake in the business. resisting calls to divest. daughter ivanka reportedly considering a leave of absence. the clear assigned the possible move with her husband to d.c. today's outrage over the latest administration pick. an agency he's currently suing. democrats denying him. are now lining up to oppose him. to. >> it's a sickening and saddening choice. >> this is certainly a fire. this is a really the worst case scenario. environmental groups too -- >> through his career has been spent undermining the agency he's been chosen to lead. >> reporter: the transition team remains unswayed. >> attorney general prewitt has
great qualifications and a good record as the ag of oklahoma. >> reporter: trump's choice for homeland security, john kelly. more than four decades of military service. >> i think he's got a real knowledge of the issues, but mostly, this is an officer of tremendous integrity and good judgment. >> reporter: kelly knows the cost of war both professionally and personally. a gold star father, his son was killed in combat in afghanistan in 2010. tasked to lead the small business administration, the former head of wwe, linda mcmahon. even though trump's wrestle mania days are in the rear. signs of a trend, millionaires, billionaires, and military generals. a freaked trump target during the campaign. >> the generals have been reduced to rubble. >> reporter: still overseas, soothing attentions, not inflame them. terry branstat. they enjoy a friendship that
dates back decades. as for donald trump's plans for his business this morning, a trump spokesperson tells us nothing has been finalized. also overnight, trump ignited another twitter feud. this time after criticizing a local union boss that the carrier plant in indiana that he visited last week. after chuck jones, the union boss claimed that hundreds of jobs at carrier would still be headed to mexico. trump tweeted the following, chuck jones who is president of the united steel workers 1999 has done a terrible job representing workers,s no wonder companies flee. the national steel workers union responding writing chuck is a hero, not a scapegoat. you, others know about carrier because of his, our members tireless work since day one to save all jobs there. jones tells nbc news he's been harassed and threatened since trump's twitter attack. matt and tamron. >> peter alexander, thank you. and now to the arctic blast that has temperatures plunging
coast to coast. morning, tens of millions of people are in the deep freeze. and a new winter storm packing plenty of snow is firing up. nbc's ron mott is in the very cold and snow write chicago for us this morning, hi ron. >> reporter: good morning. the calendar still says fall for another 13 days, but that did is not stopping old man winter from barging right on in. the first major blast of super frosty air this season has crossed the border from canada, revealing a sudden new reality this morning. winter's come knocking early and it's packing a punch. especially in north dakota, already over a foot of snow. and still a mountain of problems. >> some of the main new fairs we have cars stuck on them. we're trying to get that cleared off too. >> reporter: in denver, whiteout conditions slowing travel to a trickle. in kansas city, slick roads and sidewalks made for uneasy commutes. and in the pacific northwest, ice in oregon.
sending a pickup into a building in portland no one hurt. >> hit ice and turned 180. >> reporter: elsewhere, bitter cold and even more snow in the forecast. especially in the northern great lakes region from cleveland into upstate new york. here in chicago, single digit windchills overnight out of nowhere. >> it's like another level of cold. >> no, was not prepared to go christmas shopping in the weather like this. >> reporter: now as cold as it is today, even manufacture chor next week. the high temperature next week expected six and seven degrees with the low temperatures well below zero. tamron, matt, back to you. >> you have us clutching ourselves with that temperature, thank you very much. >> shouhow long is this going t last? >> this is what we do. >> until april. >> yeah. look, july 4th, it's going to be spectacular. but in the meantime, look at these temperatures. the difference in the last 24 hours.
we have had an 11 degree temperature drop in oklahoma city. albuquerque, 15. 17 drop in denver where right now the air temperature is minus two, and we've got more coming. now there's no wind blowing right now in casper, so the windchill is the same as the air temperature, same in denver, but omaha, it feels like seven below. seven in chicago. st. louis, ten, even as far south as little rock, it's 27 degrees right now. and here comes the cold air. and what looks like in the next 24 hours we're really going to see the bulk of the cold air. minneapolis, bottom out at 17 on friday. today, kansas city, friday, chicago, you'll only be at 23. i mean, we make our way toward the end of the week and into the northeast. boston, 30 degrees. 40 in new york. 41 in d.c. charleston, 32. look, even as we get down to the south. you can see those temperatures still awfully chilly. lake effect snow will be firing up, up to a foot through today, but we're not done yet. it's going to continue through
the day tomorrow. before it's all over, we're talking snowfall amounts one to two feet. the lake superior, one to two feet. lakon tear row, the big one where we see over three feet of snow in some spots. under winter weather advisory. portland schools are closed today. seattle schools. there are some closings and some delays. they could pick up anywhere from four to eight inches of snow. the mountains up to a foot and a half. and as ron mott kind of mentioned. we've got siberian excess coming middle of next week. >> dogs and cats living together. >> mass hysteria. i haven't told you about twinkie yet. >> ever see him so excited? >> never. we're in pain. columbia, south carolina, officials are searching for an escaped inmate. the officer was stabbed multiple times after she responded to a shoplifting call at a walmart last night.
officials are looking for michael williamson. he was caught on surveillance camera before the stabbing. he had escaped earlier in the day from a prison about 80 miles away where he'd been serving a life term. together to police, the officer is recovering from those injuries. we have an update now on the devastating wild fires in tennessee that killed 14 people. two juveniles are now in custody and they're charged with arson. the suspects haven't been identified because they are minors. the wild fire started late last month. they destroyed or damaged more than 2,400 buildings in the gatlinburg area. you think about buying a car, listen up. the highway safety awarded 82 new vehicles the top safety picks for 2017. toyota and the luxury brand lexus led all automakers with nine models making the list. honda had five. the institute toughened standards for headlight performance this year and only seven of the vehicles in the top category earned a good rating for headlights.
find a complete list of this year's winners actually on our website. today.com. all right. the stars were out at madison square garden last night right here in new york. lebron james and the world champion cavaliers were in town to take on the knicks. it was a rough one for the hometown fans. total blowout and prefacing why are we doing a typical sports day? the cavs had a lead, lebron and teammates got so bored, they had to find ways to entertain themselves and they did it with the bottle flip challenge. that, of course, became very popular on the internet. apparently lebron still mastered that skill. that's one of those things where i'm not sure you want to do that during the game. >> you're the other team -- >> little showy. what are you thinking. >> we were there. >> did you see that? >> actually -- >> oh gosh. >> it was sad. well whb they started knitting. >> at the end effort fourth
i'm "first alert" meteorologist erika martin with what to expect the next couple of days. arctic blast to say the least. temperatures topping out in the overnight 30s, and improving by sunday but tracking a potential system getting here sunday into monday. we could see a wintery mix mainly rain on monday. tracking freezing temperatures wednesday, thursday, friday. overnight lows in the teens. and that's your latest weather. coming up, inside the the controversial mistrial of a former south carolina police officer charged with murder. this morning, the jury forman and his attorney will speak out in a live interview. she sat down with facebook's cheryl sandburg. what she's saying about the criticism over fake news spread online. we'll get the social network's year end review. first this is "today" on nbc. i've spent my life planting a size-six,
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what are you seeing? >> rosemary, we're watching hamilton township, 295 in new jersey in olden avenue. on the northbound side. so, away from the philadelphia area, away from trenton as you're traveling in that direction you can definitely see slowdowns. over the center median, and left lanes blocked. a lot of brake lights northbound. 295, rosemary, back to you. today, a community will gather to remember fallen new jersey state trooper frankie williams. the trooper died when the car crashed head on monday night. the other driver was also killed. the vigil to honor trooper williams will be held at 7:00 at lee chester hall in leesburg, new jersey on main street. i'm rosemary connors. i'll have another update in 25 minutes. now back to the "today" show.
all right. 7:30 now on a thursday morning, 8th of december, 2016. nice crowd outside on a slightly chilly morning. not as chilly as other parts of the country. we're happy about that. and we expect to see an even bigger crowd tomorrow when pharrell williams takes over our concert stage outside. if you're in the area, come own don. that's going to be first down. inside studio 1a. here are the stories making headlines. massive manhunt under way in goo for the man who shot and killed one police officer and wounded another. it happened near the campus of georgia southwestern state university. the suspect identified as 32-year-old minguell kennedy lembrick. investigators have announced a reward for information leading to his arrest. president-elect trump will
be in iowa tonight for a stop on his post-election victory tour. in the meantime, the "new york times" is reporting this morning that mr. trump is considering handing over his real estate company to his adult sons during his time in office, but, they say he intends to keep a stake in the business. and in a new report being released by the u.s. surgeon general's office today, e-cigarettes are being called an emerging public health threat to young people. the report says while more studies are needed, too many teens are using them and that could lead to a new generation addicted to nicotine. we're going to begin this half hour with new insight on the mistrial declared in the trial of a former police officer who shot and killed an unarmed black man in south carolina. for four days, the jury deliberated over the fate of michael slager, but could not reach a unanimous decision. dorsey montgomery served as the jury foreman, he's along here with his lawyer, ross miller, gentlemen, good morning to both
of you. >> good morning. >> i'm doing fine, thanks. officer slager said he feared for his life. he fired to protect his own life after he thought walter scott had gained control of his taser, we -- so many people have seen that video, that cell phone video mr. montgomery that shows mr. scott in the back as he ran away. when you got into that jury room after the trial, how did you deal with that? >> well, at first we looked at the evidence that's been presented and looking at the video, of course the video is something that is very shocking. so not knowing everything that we know now, of course we can speculate, but after seeing the video and the evidence, we understand just label the different now. >> do you personally -- when you prepared and started deliberating, were you prepared to kick the officer slager? >> at that point in time, yes. that the point in time. >> of whatinitially it was goin murder. after we looked at the evidence
and read the laws that was presented by the judge, he didn't do anything malicious. he had manslaughter. a brief disturbance and reason for that moment. so based on the law that would be classified under manslaughter. voluntary manslaughter. >> it was reported that there was one lone juror who held out, you say that that was not the case. this was an evolution of a number of people. what happened inside there? >> that's why i'm here to correct that and speak up for my jurors who were with me in the deliberation room. i come to find out that the media miss construed that letter when that letter was submitted o than friday, it was because we had one individual who was just deadlocked that he wasn't changing, yet we had five other individuals who were undecided. and so because of that, we went and when the judge asked me, that i believe we could have deliberated just a little bit more to see if we could suede that particular juror. and get those undecided to make a decision. >> you're referencing a letter
sent to the judge on friday where the juror said that he or she could not in good conscious consider a guilty verdict. how did that juror explain that sentence, that letter to you. >> he just had his own convictions. and i'll leave that right there. >> you're the only african american on that jury, correct? >> i was. >> 11 other jurors all white. do you think race played any role in the deliberations and the outcome of this trial? >> due to the society that we flif, race will always be a factor, but at that point in time, i do believe some jurors will have that in their mind, but the majority of them didn't have anything in reference to race that may have played a factor in the decision. >> let me bring in your attorney. ross, there's been a lot of talk about race, but also how jurors see police and the difficulty in coming to a conclusion to convict an officer involved in a shooting. this officer said he feared for his life. how -- >> did what his training told
him to do. >> how, in your experience, do jurors process that firsthand account from officers? >> they'll take under consideration what the officer says, of course, but the people have a preconceived notion as to what police should and will do. regardless of whether or not they've obviously never been in a similar situation, but the people of these preconceived notions of what police should do, that they will do under intense circumstances -- and i can't really speak to what the officer in question did or why he did what he did. >> mr. montgomery, walter scott's mom after the mistrial, it's not over until god says it's over. what would you say to walter scott's mom? >> at this point in time, i believe that justice shall come forth. and whatever that outcome is, it's what the outcome shall be. i would just play the small part in this particular part of it, but whatever the outcome will
be, that is what the outcome shall be. >> mr. montgomery, we appreciate the time. >> mr. miller, thank you as well. let's go to al with the forecast. >> all right. we were talking about that next batch of cold air that's coming in. this arctic blast. we're calling it the siberian express, the air does emanate from over the pole back in siberia. we're talking by today, temperatures 15 to 20 degrees below average. friday, saturday, sunday, by tuesday, we're talking 20 to 30 degrees below average across the plains into the mid-mississippi river valley. look at some of these temperatures. these are going to be air temperatures. minneapolis, 7, sioux falls eight and bismarck will be four below and it's going to get even colder on wednesday. as you can see, we've got lake effect snow around today. we're also looking at heavy snow in the pacific northwest. nicest weather's going to be an.ed any atl
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people took to social media to share their thoughts and reactions. >> before savannah left for maternity left, she sat down with sheryl sandberg for the social network's annual year-end review. >> so last year i remember the number one topic was, the u.s. election. this year, not surprising, number one topic on facebook. the u.s. election. >> so people come to facebook to share what matters to them. it's always a reflection of those moments. everything from the election to black live's matter, the olympics, and the stuff in between like the chewbacca mom. not surprising that the u.s. election was the number one topic because people took to facebook to share what they care about. >> this is a global list, but the u.s. election was number one. and after the election, facebook itself found itself in the news because there was a criticism that facebook played a role in disseminating some of this false information or fake news that was out there. in retrospect, looking back on
it, do you feel like that's something that facebook and mark zuckerberg have come to realize was more than a problem than originally thought? >> well, we've been working on this for a long time and we've taken important steps, but there's a lot more to do. we know that people don't want to see hoax on facebook. we're working on it, misinformation is something we take seriously and something we're going to continue to iterate on the surface. >> did you play a bigger role than you thought in retrospect? >> there've been claims that it swayed the election, we take that responsibility really seriously. and we're looking at things like working with third parties, helping to label false news. doing the things we can do to make it clearer what's a hoax on facebook. >> it's complicated because facebook's philosophy is to be a blank canvas, not to be somebody putting it's finger on the scale. so is it a difficult thing to wrest wl in terms of finding a
solution, but keeping this free marketplace of ideas that i know facebook treasures so much? >> of course. anything at the scale we're operating on is complicated, but there are a lot of things that are going on on facebook you've seen this year. which show people taking the steps to connect what matters to them. so one of the things that happened this year in the election, but didn't happen before was facebook live. we didn't have it last time there was a u.s. election. and that meant that people could connect to the video moments like right from their phones anywhere they were. and so, that's also part of what's happening with black lives matter. black lives matter has been happening for years. this was the first year it broke into the top ten on facebook. and we think that's partially because the power of live helps people bear witness. >> that's why the top ten list is always interesting. there are some very serious and substantive things we see on the list. then we see number three, pokemon go. okay. so it was huge on facebook this year. >> absolutely. anyone with a kid, you know, certainly hard to get my son to pay attention to me while we
were driving in cars since pokemon go and there were 7,000 groups on facebook. our number one facebook live this year was the chewbacca mom. that video was viewed 160 million times and for any of us that watched it many times, the laughing was infectious, and there's something about the power of video watching her laugh that really brought people in. >> and of course the olympics. clearly a true global event. a big item on the list, i think it was number six this year. and you do see the whole world rooting for the home team. >> that's right. and people coming together around sports and around the competition. we had great personal moments like michael phelps announced his retirement on facebook during the politics. helping people connect to what he was doing much as athletes did all over the world. >> and number nine and ten on the list really speak to facebook's role as kind of a meeting place and a community. a place where our culture gets together obviously the passing of david beau we and mohamed ali rounding out the top ten and
people to share their mourning and remembrances. >> absolutely. and we see that over and over again. we see people connecting with the big moments. connecting with the small moments and sharing the things that matter to them. >> sheryl sandberg, it's always first down look back through the eyes of facebook. thank you so much and happy new year. >> and by the way, for the full list of facebook's most talked about topics, just head to today.com. just ahead, the highlights from last night's live production of "hair spray." i love this. here on nbc. and what you're saying about the pick of donald trump as the pick of donald trump as time's person of the year. impressive linda. it seems age isn't slowing you down. but your immune system weakens as you get older increasing the risk for me, the shingles virus. i've been lurking inside you since you had chickenpox. i could surface anytime as a painful, blistering rash. one in three people get me in their lifetime, linda. will it be you? and that's why linda got me zostavax, a single shot vaccine.
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we're back now it's 7:50 with how people are reacting to something we revealed here on "today." time's person of the year. dylan is holding down the fort in the orange room, hey. >> no surprise, want response to time's choice was strong, both with support as well as criticism online. social media was quick to call out that the m on the word time looks like devil horns on trump's head. but time responded saying it was entirely coincidental sharing other photos with president, celebrities, and even the pope it appeared to do the same thing. that was coincidental. other people are also showing this coverage of featuring trump that showed the time coverage of last few months going from meltdown to total meltdown to president and to now time's person of the year. so whether you agree with time's
choice or not, you can be sure that it will spark some conversation online, guys. >> the controversial m. >> it never caught my attention. i can tell you that. >> thank you very much. still ahead, officer copy? hoda goes undercover. she's sharing her kindness and surprises for unsuspecting drivers. and here's something we love saying with, we got a live concert in studio from james clor right after your local news. oh, life-sized dragon hand back scratcher. if only it came in a luffa. it does! oh, a raisin re-hydrator. it turns them back into grapes. wow, what an exhausting journey. that's a good wedding present. good call. thank you... and thank you, lady blue. with the blue cash everyday card from american express, you get cash back on purchases with no annual fee. oh, look at this. disposable microphone for my uncle bob's 75th! a one and done. yes. find your voice and then dispose of it. it's more than cash back. it's backed by the service and security of american express.
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starts now. good morning. i'm rosemary connors, just a few minutes before 8:00 on this thursday. meteorologist erika martin is tracking a cold time for us. >> that's right. rosemary, it's getting so much colder all due to an arctic blast. here's the deal. we have colder temperatures definitely below average this time of year. overnight, thursday into friday in the 20s. topping out in mid to upper 30s on friday and saturday. >> now, i'll check with jessica boyington. she's watching the traffic for us, jess. >> watching traffic and delays on 422 around trooper road. traffic is moving towards the schuylkill expressway. 22 minutes right now from 29. also into the 20s. we're also watching the p.a. turnpike. we're seeing slowdowns on the westbound side. there's debris in the westbound
side into the center lane. you can see 25-minute drive time now. this morning, a man is in critical condition after a drive-by shooting of west philadelphia. the corner of 66th and haverford is well lit by businesses. lehigh valley police are hoping this woman will turn herself in. they say she stole a statue of baby jesus from a nativity scene in a christmas village. police don't know it's missing until it turned up in the safe haven crib. you can get the latest news and weather with the nbc10 app. now, back to the "today" show. i'm rosemary connors. have a good one.
it's 8:00 on today and coming up, that's the ticket. >> let's start this thing. >> ohio ga goes undercover as a meter maid handing out fake parking tickets. >> you've got to open your ticket. >> what? >> wait physical you see what these unsuspecting drivers really get. >> thank you! plus, hair spray's highlights. the best moments from last night's live production of the broadway hit. and a reason to smile. ♪ ♪ the one and only james taylor swings by studio 1a to perform one of his classics just in time for the holidays. today thursday, december 8, 2016. [ applause ]
>> everybody in michigan loves "today"! >> go hawkeyes! >> thank you to all of our families in louisiana! whoo! >> all the way from houston, texas, we're excited to announce, it's a boy! >> happy holidays to all of our family and friends in louisville, kentucky! whoo! >> we're back now, 8:00 on a thursday morning. it's the eighth day of december, 2016. this is a good crowd. >> it sure is. it's a little -- you can feel some moisture out here. >> little damp. >> it is, but it's feeling like christmas. >> yeah. >> i'm matt lauer along with tamron hall filling in while savannah is on maternity leave. hoda kotb, al roker, the gang's
owl here. >> i got to hear james taylor warming up. he sounds absolutely fantastic. his wife is one of the back-up singers, but we're ready for his concert. >> we're so ready. first a check of the headlines. it's that time for the news. >> reporter: good morning and this morning we begin with the latest from the president-elect. i'm halle jackson in new york. donald trump will meet with first responders in ohio after last week's attack at ohio state university. after that, it's off to ohio for the third leg of his thank you tour. and he'll be joined by iowa's governor, now named the new pick to be ambassador to china. all amid new questions how he'll handle his business and how he handles his twitter account. he's promised to put a wall between business interests and the country's interests. but this morning, word the future president may keep a stake in the trump organization. the "new york times" reporting donald trump may not fully
divest and is considering handing over reigns to donald jr. and eric. the times also reporting ivanka m trump may take a leave of absence. sparking more speculation she's headed to washington with husband jared kushner to advocate for her fathers a spokesperson tells nbc nothing has been finalized and we look forward to discussing further on december 15th. all of it as one of the president-elect's newest picks for his cabinet, court's controversy. trump's choice to lead the epa is currently suing that agency. top transition source says scott prewitt, the oklahoma attorney general will be tapped by trump to lead the environmental protection agency. the pick of prewitt, a climate change doubter, may be the clearest sign yet the incoming administration will try to undo the current administration's moves on climate change. environmentalists and others slamming the pick with one of trump's top aids brushing off the backlash.
>> trump we're accustomed to the nay sayers and critics. >> reporter: another agency, multiple sources tell nbc retired general john kelly will head the department of homeland security. the four-star retired marine general with a painful personal connection to the war in afghanistan. his son, killed there in 2010. >> to lose a child is -- i can't imagine anything worse than that. >> reporter: and over at the small business administration, the president-elect choosing long time supporter linda mcmahon. >> it's the billionaire. >> reporter: she's the former wwe head behind wrestlemania. the president-elect criticizing a local union boss at the indiana carrier plant he visited last week after chuck jones claimed hundreds of carrier jobs are still going to mexico. trump tweeted, chuck jones who is president of united steel workers 1999 has done a terrible job representing workers. no wonder companies flee.
the national steel workers union responding, chuck is a hero, not a scapegoat. you, others, know about carrier because of his member's tireless work since day one to save all jobs there. jones tells nbc news he's been harassed and threatened since trump's twitter attack. today we also expect to hear from the president-elect's former campaign rival, hillary clinton. she is making a rare trip to washington to speak at the portrait unveiling on capitol hill for the current outgoing senate minority leader harry reid whose retiring, tamron. >> halle, thank you. on tuesday, we told you about the michael slager mistrial in south carolina. we showed an image from a protest unrelated to that case, we've removed the image from our story on today.com and regret the error. urgent manhunt is under way in georgia this morning for a suspect accused of shooting two police officers, killing one of them. police say 32-year-old minguell lembrick is considered extremely dangerous. the shooting happened while
those officers were responding to a domestic dispute near georgia southwestern state university. one died, the other is in critical deny. $50,000 reward is being offered for lembrick's arrest. up next, what sophia vergara's attorney is saying about the actress being sued by her own frozen embryos. then the highlights from hair spray live, including the performance that has everyone talking. >> great last night. and guess who's going undercover. why you'd want to get a ticket why you'd want to get a ticket from me. we rely on our courage. the kind of courage that shows up when we need it... and when cancer is least expecting it. courage. just one reason more of us are surviving cancer than dying from it.
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sophia vergara being sued by the trust representing her frozen embryos. >> it's the latest twist in the legal battle with her former boyfriend. hoda is here with more. >> the story is going on and on. nick lobe is not a plaintiff, but he's been fighting to get custody of the embryos and use a surrogate to carry them over vergara's objections. the embryos are stored in los angeles, but the lawsuit was filed in louisiana. a state that actually allows embre embryos to file lawsuit. lobe would be their sole parent. sophia vergara and nick lobe haven't been together since 2014. she's now married to actor joe manganiel manganiello. the name is not on it. it refers to the embryos as emma and isabella, and is the latest twist in the former couple's battle over the future of their embryos. the suit asks for lobe to receive full custody of the
embryos and seeks to define vergara as an egg donor. her lawyer responded with a statement. lobe apparently thinks that he will garner sympathy from the public and the courts through his latest maneuver. one that we believe will also result in failure. the statement noting that the eggs are still technically pre-embry pre-embryos. if it is a family that lobe wants, he should hire a surrogate and create one without dragging vergara through another unnecessary legal battle. a trust was created for the fertilized eggs in louisiana, which has laws that allows an embryo to sue a person. the suit claims that by preventing them from being born, vergara is depriving those future children of their inheritance. >> the caveat is that the state of louisiana is very pro-life, and while this might seem like an extreme, bizarre kind of case, in louisiana judge could very well say, i'm going to protect the lives of these two
embryos. >> reporter: lobe declined to comment about the latest court filing, but told me last year that these embryos are his highest priority. >> they're already alive. they're on a journey and a pathway to being born. why go the other way? we're talking about equal rights, why err on the side of doubt? err on the side of life. >> reporter: when they started trying to have children. he signed an agreement that any embryos could be brought to term only with both parties consent. >> that's the biggest hurdle he has in the case. and to prevail in his new louisiana case, the judge is going to have to say, that contract doesn't matter. >> again, they were never married. she has a 24-year-old son from her first marriage. now legal experts say if a louisiana judge agrees to take the case, vergara could file her own motion in california seeking to enforce the contract that she and lobe signed at the fertility clinic and lobe told me before, he said i'm not in this for the fame or money. we'll see how this all shakes down.
>> that's one of the stories that keeps coming. it is now 8:11, good time to trend, ready? >> let's do it. >> writers at usa today are asking people for some help to settle a big dispute. so we want to show you a picture, all right. put the picture up. what are these people doing? waiting in line or are they waiting online? >> in line. >> in line. >> online? >> i think i may go back and forth. sometimes i say online sometimes i say inline. >> online is phone call or on the internet, in line, yeah. >> back in the day when i learned to say online, it was on that line. >> that imagine their line that everyone's standing on. >> do you think people go in line because of what online means something else? >> that's a smart observation. >> we should have one authoritative decision here so it does not continue to be a dispute. james taylor, if someone comes to see your concert, do they wait online or in line?
>> in line. >> yes. >> are you sure? >> i'm sure. >> you're positive? >> yeah. >> is it? >> new england. >> he's a new englander. >> yeah, my husband gets on, it's in line. but i'm in texas, and i say inline. >> maybe it's a southern thing too. >> maybe it's an all around thing. >> maybe it's just a me thing. >> james, they could buy tickets online. >> well, that's true, but if they were waiting in a line, they'd be in line. in line. >> okay. >> more about it. it's said. >> done, it's written, it's law. there is no single right answer depending on where you live. most people say in line, but tlrl parts of the country where people say online. i don't think that matters because we have james taylor. >> my phone service. >> oh. >> we have some other examples, you want me to tell -- some other words and phrases. caramel or caramel. i say caramel. tennis shoes or sneakers. >> sneakers.
>> tennis shoes. i'm southern. >> even if you're playing basketball in them. >> that's what i grew up saying. this is the troeshl, pecan or pecan. >> i say pecan. >> you are a nut. >> sandwich you call it a sub, a grinder, hoegy. >> sub. >> sandwich. >> really. >> that's a philly thing. >> yeah. >> wedge. >> or a pough boy. >> that's a fried sandwich. >> come on now. >> that's different between a sub and a pough boy. >> this time of the year, everyone's out at the mall christmas shopping. what do kids do? kind of run off from your parents and get lost in the crowd. one dad has found a smart way to deep track of his baby daughter. her name is jordan. he tied a red balloon to her belt loop. he knows exactly where she's doing. >> smart. >> jordan's posting all kind of parenting solutions on the
interface. how to dad. >> what if more people start doing that? >> come here sweetie, oh, that's not you! >> your luggage on the conveyor belt. check the tag thoonl kid. >> dylan, how about pop start? >> and let's get started with the show that kept hoda up last night. nbc's production of hair spray live. life in 1960s baltimore. maddie make the most of the lead role. tracy and everyone's talking about the power house duet between jennifer hudson and ariana grande. >> that was good. ♪ ♪ >> you have the show the dancing. >> what dancing. >> this side of the table is going nuts. kristen, harvey, and derek huff. next live musical next december. jennifer lopez tweeted this
teaser video saying she is so excited. >> she's in it? >> yeah. >> announced it on pop start. >> are you excited? >> was i sitting here? >> that was yesterday's first story. and next, to one of the most anticipated movies of 2017, baywatch. a big screen remake of the tv classic starring zach efron. we have an exclusive look at the first trailer. >> martin is the elite of the elite. we're the heart and soul of this very beach. we protect when other people don't want to protect. and we go above and beyond. >> help me! help! >> if you want me, semi-truck me. >> some other time. >> is the whole thing on slow mo. >> this is nothing like the tv show. >> that's what i thought. >> well some of it's like the tv
show. woman running on the beach. >> slow motion. >> i never saw david hasselhoff jump into a flaming ocean. maybe i missed that one. >> i can't help but think of matt lauer. >> keep going. keep going. >> you can wait just until memorial day weekend because that's when it hits theaters. to see the full trailer, check out today.com. and finally who wore it best? these are fun photos of the stars wearing the same outfits. here's drew berrymore and kate middleton both looking gorgeous. same dress on the same day. and kendall jenner and rihanna showing love in the heart. >> what are the odds? >> very strange they both picked that outfit. that is your pop start. >> one more. jerry seinfeld or tamron hall? >> i was like, what is don saying hurry along. now i know. >> do you want to be a pirate?
>> i got a birthday cake. it's like be with your sisters and brothers. >> that was worth it. >> having to wait an hour and 18 minutes to say that. anyway. mr. roker, check of the weather. >> keep going with the forecast. >> that was fantastic. >> all right. so we are looking at wet weather making it's way to the pacific northwest. snowy conditions. in fact they've already got schools closed in portland, oregon. we've got lake effect snow starting to fire up around the great lakes, and we've got cold air filtering in. single digits and teens, 20s through the plains. the only warm spot down in florida with temperatures in the 70s and 80s. you can see the arctic air working it's way in and gale force winds northern california, the southern oregon coa as st here's a look at what to expect the next couple of days. an arctic blast, to say the least, with temperatures only topping out in the upper 30s on friday and saturday.
overnight lows in the 20s. below average temperatures for the next couple of days and a potential system on sunday into monday. we could see a wintry mix but mainly rain on monday. also, tracking freezing temperatures by wednesday, thursday and friday. overnight lows in the teens. now if you're heading out the door. turn only today show radio channel 108, matt. good idea, thank you, al, our share kindness campaign and it's off to a really good start if you need proof, look outside at our lego kindness counter. >> it's keeping track of the kind actings you do this month for up to 566,322. that places us half way, more than half way on our goal to a million. >> and in honor of the campaign, we decided to put a little twist on our efforts and hoda went undercover. >> i did. it was half prank, half good deed.
to pull it off, i joined forces with a ticket master and then you guys, i went in cog knee toe. south orange, new jersey, a quaint manhattan suburb is about to get hit with the dose of undercover kindness. let's start this thing. >> like the tip a little bit. >> changes the look. i'm opting for the unibrow. my look is so convincing, no one will recognize me all day. >> scoot up, scoot up. the ploy is that i'm impersonated a meter maid handing out tickets for ridiculous parking violations. the catch, attached to the phony tickets are much better tickets. to the hottest events around. >> okay, get the lady in the first car. >> to catch the action, we've outfitted with hidden cameras and i'm even wearing a strategic button cam. >> i'm sorry about that. >> excuse me. >> transmit to your ear. >> six inches from the curb.
you get a ticket. >> regular voice? >> no. >> yes. >> i'm going to judge. >> that's better. >> hey yo, talk to the judge. >> no. >> with that settled, i am officially on duty. >> they are expired by the way. i soon forget -- >> one minute left on his meter. >> that this is not my day job. >> you've got no time, put some money in there. >> yes, i'm helping citizens left and right, but that's nothing compared to the joy i'm about to spread. i'm sorry, guys. >> we're leaving. >> sorry. >> i just -- >> you're too far from the curb and your meeter is not set. >> are you serious? i just parked the car. >> read your ticket. >> and we're off. >> ma'am, you've got to open your ticket. >> what? >> you've got to open your ticket. >> what?
>> is this a joke? why are you doing this? >> just for you. >> i feel so bad, i just yelled at you. >> just for you. >> have a good day. >> wow, thanks. >> you're welcome. bye-bye. >> i thought i'd give you a ticket. you're too close to the curb. this has to be more than that. >> just take it to the judge, okay. >> too close. >> too close to the curb. >> oh god. this is turning into a nightmare. >> she finally opens it to find -- you open it? >> what is this? >> it's a random act of kindness, enjoy yourself. >> thank you. >> enjoy yourself. bye-bye. >> i was really going off. like how are you supposed to be too close to the curb? thank you! >> oh god. i'm exhausted. i think people might want to kill me.
>> some folks have no idea what to make of the situation. you read your ticket, right sir? >> i'm trying to understand it really. >> looks to me like you got two tickets to see the knicks. >> oh yeah. >> looks like you're in section 112, row 22, seat six, you've got two tickets. >> oh. >> to see the knicks. >> so it's not a parking ticket. >> no, sir. have a good day. >> thank you very much. god bless you. >> some get it right away. >> what! what! >> oh wow. >> i just. >> reporter: i just have to give you that ticket. that's the ticket for you. >> this lucky lady scores orchestra see the seats to the christmas spectacular. she seems pretty cool with that. luckily, after they figure it
out, all is forgiven. >> going to see that. >> oh my god. >> thank you. >> thank you, whoever this is from. >> hello. why are you ticketing me? >> the best exchange is with a guy who was already having a really bad day. >> hello, i'm talking to you. >> please read the ticket, sir. please, read -- you're going to want -- okay, okay. >> oh my god. >> oh my god. i'm so sorry. i apologize. oh my god. >> it's all right. >> he even comes back to find me, vowing to pay it forget. >> i am so upset right now. >> don't be upset. >> i'm going to give them to somebody. >> i am. >> a little mischievous, maybe, but in the end, i hope it's a
reminder that it pays to be kind, and to feed the meter. >> that was the sweetest thing done in a long time. >> you've got it. >> thank you. >> i love that. >> i love this. >> i love this. >> you know what the people, you sort of understand why people who give tickets are tough because people come at you. the people were awesome. we to want thank ticket master and live nation for providing those, and guess what you guys. i have some extra tickets. i've got -- >> who wants ariya da grande? right here. >> who wants to go to jimmy fallon. jimmy fallon. >> jimmy fallon! >> ringling brothers. >> you've got it. >> go to the side. i've got the ringling brothers, i'm going in the bailey circus, to the circus.
>> come on. good morning. i'm rosemary connors. it's 8:26 on this thursday. it's not wintry yet but definitely starting to feel like it. let's go to erika martin. >> we have a cold front in the forecast. temperatures dipping into the 20s and we'll stay below average, mainly in the mid-to low 40s. you'll see your local neighborhood forecast at the bottom of the screen. potential flurries for lehigh valley. jessica is keeping an eye on the traffic. it's bumper to bumper? >> yes. 27 minutes right now to center city and completely at a crawl westbound and eastbound. but this is the eastbound side.d delays on the p.a. turnpike,
we're dealing with debris. you can see 35 minutes right now from route 1 up to valley forge. we have an update for a story we've been following at wilmington. a man dies at the hospital after being shot and it's now a homicide investigation. sky force 10 flew over the scene. police are looking for the shooter. and the wilmington city council asks for $3,000 to keep fire engine 6 rolling. critics have said shutting it down pose as safety risk to the community. another update in about 25 minutes. remember, you can get the latest news and weather with the nbc 10 app.
back now, 8:30 on a thursday morning, december 8, 2016. and a big thank you to everyone donating to our annual holiday toy drive. look at this this morning. they're getting to hand off their donations to taraji. henson. >> of course, we love her as the one of a kind cookie on empire. and now the new powerful film hidden figures. we're going to talk in a moment. then james taylor is here to perform some of his biggest holiday hits live in studio 1a. and the football food at it's finest. the recipes you're going to need if you're watching the game tonight or over the weekend. all right. first mr. roker, check of the weather. >> let's show you what we have starting with today. arctic cold and looking into the weekend for tomorrow, frigid conditions in the plains. lots of snow in the pacific northwest. wet weather there as well. then as we move on into saturday, snow spreads into the
upper plane plains, more snow back to the northwest and into the cascades, sunshine, but chilly. sunday, sunday, snow stretching from the plains on into the great lakes, we're also looking at wet weather and more snowy withins through the pacific northwest. plenty of sunshine through the south. lots of nice people here. what's your names? >> pam and john. >> where are you from? >> florida. >> all right, wish you were back there today? >> no. >> we're glad you're he. reth i'm first alert meteorologist erika martin. an arctic blast with temperatures only topping out in the upper 30s on thursday and friday and saturday. below average temperatures for the next couple of days. improving a bit by sunday. tracking a potential system getting here on sunday into monday. we could see a wintry mix, of course, but mainly rain on monday. also, tracking freezing temperatures by wednesday, thursday and friday. overnight lows in the teens.
that's your latest weather. and coming up tonight, we've got all your football action you need right here. kansas city chiefs, that's right, they're going to be taking on the -- oh, look out, the raiders. clear skies in kansas city, but it is going to be bitterly cold at arrowhead stadium. 18 degrees, a windchill of nine below. raiders versus chiefs, thursday night football night in america starting at 7:30, bundle up to watch. >> bundle up indeed, sir, thank you. taraji. henson nabbed a role for empire role as cook we. now katherine johnson in the missouri "hidden figures." real life math my tigs helped to advance the space program while facing opposition due to gender and race. take a look. >> i will have you know that i
was the first negro female student at west virginia university graduate school. on any given day, i i analyze the levels for air displacement, friction, and velocity. and compute over 10,000 calculations a hand. so yes, let women do things at nasa, mr. johnson, it's not because we're in skirts, it's because we wear glasses. >> oh, taraji, good morning. as the kids on the internet say, black girl magic. >> aw. >> but this is girl magic. this is all things celebrating really that independent spirit. >> uh-huh. >> that women have. >> which brings know cookie. the most independent woman on tv. how has she changed your life? >> i can't shop at target anymore. >> oh. >> if i do, i have to dress like a unabomber. >> okay, explain, please. >> well, you know, cookie has become a phenomenon, and people actually think i am her. they hit me, hey cookie and slap
me, they grab me at weird hours of the morning when i'm traveling and it's just like whoa, kind of early for that. >> wait a minute, i'm taraji. >> coffee first. >> you've been famous far very long time. >> i know, but it's characters like this that brings in fame. like, i've never experienced fame on this level before. i was kind of like under the radar. but cookie takes it to a whole other level. i have no personal life basically. i like to people watch. it's become very difficult for me to do. >> but you have a golden globe to keep you friends with at home. how is that taking home the golden globe? >> i mean -- >> for best actress nonetheless. >> yeah, those are things that you hope to accomplish in your career. that's not -- i didn't -- i didn't set out to be an actress to win awards, but, you know, if you do the work, that stuff will come. i never focus on awards. i just focus on doing the best performance, bringing, breathing truth into these characters. so people can relate. >> well katherine johnson is someone that, you know, i've
talked to octavia and kevin costner how we went our lives without knowing about her, this woman is incredible. she's 98 years old. you got an opportunity to watch this film with this hero that you're portray ugh. what was that like? >> i actually haven't -- i didn't get to watch the film with her, but i met her. i sat with her and her children and her grandchildren, and i mean, to sit with a hero, that's what it felt like. i felt like i was in the room with a real live super woman. and her humility was what i remember most because, you know, she never said i and i'm looking at all of the, you know, interviews and cutouts from all the magazines and newspapers of her receiving all of these medals and awards. and all second say was we, we. and i asked her about, you know, how hard was it during that time and she was like, well, it was what it was. this is a woman who never saw obstacles. she just saw an opportunity.
you know, and she seized the moment. she was prepared so that when opportunity crossed her path, she was ready. >> when this role crossed your path, mine, this is a mathematician, brilliant people, i think most of us would ever be able to meet. i heard you went to math boot camp. >> lay it had a mathematician on set because they had to make sure that all the formulas and everything that we wrote on the boards were accurate. i'm not a mathematician. i failed math. i wasn't good at math. >> that makes two of us on this set. >> i still use my fingers. proud of it. >> so when you're doing the empty at a restaurant. >> i use iphone, siri is help vl with percentages. >> well you know, she's an incredible woman -- >> she is. >> and brilliant performance by you. thank you. u and by the way "hidden figures" hits select theaters nationwide january 6th, this is so good. game day treats to satisfy any size crowd.
back now 8:39 with today loves football. and we know what carson's going to do tonight. watch his beloved raiders take on the chiefs. here with great recipes to get you ready for the game. author of mad hungry family. good to see you. >> you again too, matt. >> i've already eaten half a pound of this stuff. >> my family ate it on monday night. this is one of the gem of the cookbooks. >> what do you call the recipe? >> caramelized orange pork roast which basically your marinade is a whole party of flavor. >> not all that much ingredients, it's simple. >> garlic and brown sugar. white wine. you could use beer. >> you need a nice big roasting pan. >> and this is all the work you're doing. orange and zest. >> okay. >> hot sauce, good amount. you could use whatever you want. >> red pepper flakes or
something like that. >> vinegar. and whole grain mustard. and that is what you're doing. what do we have here? >> looks like red wine. >> this is the soit sauce. this is important, matt. okay, so if you can just mix that a little bit. >> got. >> so this is all the work you're doing for this which is so amazing -- >> so is this the marinade? >> and here is a -- maybe a six pound bone-in park roast. you can't find better value for feeding a large group, and i have all brothers, all sons, we're going to marinate that -- >> do you need to flip it over a couple times. >> you're doing this business, you're flips a little bit. if you have overnight, good, an hour, just do as much as you can. here's what it looks like when it's done, right. it's all stoet go in the oven. you don't have to do anything else. i like to just tint it, not cover it. and then it goes into an oven -- >> what kind of heat? >> 325 degrees, an hour per pound. >> and i will tell you, when i got to over here, it falls
apart. >> it can fall apart. this is your money recipe. item telling you. this is almost done. we would marinate, here's one tip. whenever you have the marinade, if you don't want to scorch your pan, use water if your marinade has evaporated. >> show me how you're going plate this up. >> i knead into a football-friendly deal. so we have what i like to call the -- these are collard greens that i finely sliced, cooked with garlic. and then you can slice like this. >> guys down stairs, sign this. >> don't bother us, we're eating. >> leave us alone. >> it's so delicious. >> anything better than the crust of this. >> tamron got one of the ends. so fan it's a pick. >> in for the end. >> you have this beautiful sauce here, right? so what i've done, i made the collard greens, made this beautiful meat, and then what i like to do on football night
with my family, is i like to take a large baguette and just smear all that yummy sauce that you can't like stay away from, and then i put on the collard greens and the pork and cut it and just chill back and watch the game with everybody else. >> guys, i'm going with best thing i've eaten in a. month. what do you think? >> this is pretty darn good. >> i agree. >> that's way to go. >> i'll that i can one to go. we're going to post all the recipes on today.com/food. between the raiders and the chiefs, catch it tonight right here on nbc. thank you so much. up next, james taylor performs live in studio 1a. i'm going to bring him some pork roast. first this is "today" on nbc.
earlier this week, he was one of the hon rears. he's also celebrating the. tenth holiday of his holiday album, james taylor at christmas. ladies and gentlemen, james taylor. ♪ ♪ ♪ well it's coming on christmas, cutting down trees, putting up reindeer singing songs of joy and peace ♪ ♪ and i wish i had a river, when the light could skate away on ♪ ♪ oh, but it don't snow here, it stays pretty green, i want to make a bunch of money, maybe
quit this crazy scene ♪ ♪ oh, i wish i had a river that i could skate away on ♪ ♪ yeah i wish i had a river so, i could teach my feet, fly away ♪ ♪ and i wish i had a river i could skate away on ♪ ♪ i'm so hard to handle, i'm selfish and i'm sad and i think that's the only best way that i ever had ♪ ♪ i wish i had a river i could skate away on ♪
♪ she tried hard to help me, tried to put me at ease ♪ ♪ she loved me so more is made me weak in my knees ♪ ♪ i wish i had a river that i could skate away on ♪ ♪ yeah and i wish i had a river so i, i could teach my feet ♪ ♪ fly away on ♪ i wish i had a river i could skate away on ♪ ♪ and i've been baby crying,
yes, i made my baby say good-bye ♪ ♪ and i wish i had a river, that i could skate away on ♪ ♪ i could skate away on [ applause ] >> james taylor, he'll be back with more music in just a little bit. but first, this is "today" on nbc. ♪ [vo] is it a force of nature? or a sales event? the season of audi sales event is here. audi will cover your first month's lease payment on
[vo] is it a force of nature? or a sales event? the season of audi sales event is here. audi will cover your first month's lease payment on select models. sales event ends january 3rd. james taylor has been making music for nearly 50 years and shows no signs of slowing down. >> the five-time grammy winning is playing a summer ball park tour next year. first the holidays with us here in studio 1a. >> good morning, kim his wife is here. hi kim, happy holidays. gang, happy holidays. ten years ago, you released that holiday album. were you releasing it on vinyl, thank you, i'm a vinyl guy. do off favorite sole judge on that? >> i love that song we just did of joni mitchell's "wish i had a
river." that's a beautiful tune, but there's -- that's the thing about christmas is the music is so great. and from carols to sort of standard christmas stuff and yeah, it's a rich -- it's a great bag of music. >> it's fun that kim's here, your adorable wife. >> thank you. >> she's got to be an inspiration for some of your songs, huh, james? >> yeah, she is. i've written a number of songs about kim now. >> well, that's -- >> kim is blushing. there you have it. and were you blushing at the kennedy center honors? quite the crowd ensembled there. where are you keeping the medal. >> service surreal, it's in my suitcase. >> still? >> back at the hotel. >> what voroom is that again? >> heading off on this ball park tour. which is a better ball park, fenway or wrigley. don't answer wrong. you don't to want get booed when you get there. >> doyle another analysis this
summer. we'll check them both out and i'll get back to you on that. >> they're about to play one of our favorite songs, it's called "only one," james taylor. ♪ ♪ you are my only one, you are my only one ♪ ♪ don't believe in me now, now you're my only one ♪ ♪ i've got two long legs like to carry me look for the light ♪ ♪ i've got two strong arms to
hold on tight, two good friends on my left and my right ♪ ♪ you're the only one, only one ♪ ♪ you are my only one, you are my only one ♪ ♪ i'm telling you now, now you're my only one ♪ ♪ so there's only one road for me, too many turns in the wings ♪ ♪ thousands of things to do today, millions of moments i must admit ♪ ♪ but only one, only one ♪ and you you are my only one, you are my only one ♪
♪ don't believe in me now, you're my only one ♪ ♪ taking for granted and pushed aside, all that i wanted was a place to run and hide ♪ ♪ missing the decision of all the dreams, getting deep inside of every memory seems like dreams ♪ ♪ hundreds of hopes in the past ♪ ♪ nevertheless it was never the less, but you hold on stronger ♪ ♪ there's only one, only one ♪ oh you are my only one, you
>> thank you. >> thank you for that. >> kim, thank you, guys i. that was awesome of you. >> thanks you guys. good morning, i'm rosemary connors. just a few minutes before 9:00 on this thursday. here's the forecast from meteorologist erika martin. >> we have a blustery forecast. notice temperatures will be mainly in the 30s. today, we'll keep it in the 40s. i've added some flurries and also seeing mid-to upper 30s warming up ever so slightly on sunday and we could see precip moving on through.
>> jessica boyington, what are you seeing? >> on montgomery drive, still watching the delays. you can see it's been stop and go, 24 minutes eastbound from the blue route to the vine expressway. there's fallen power cables on 77th street and you can detour around it and you see big delays. >> jessica, thanks. new this morning, president-elect donald trump and vice president-elect mike pence are stopping in pennsylvania on their thank you tour next thursday in hershey. doors open at 4:00 in the afternoon. this state typically votes democrat. jill stein's request for a statewide election recount in pennsylvania, michigan's recount has been halted in wisconsin. the recount is ongoing.
this morning on "today's" take. madonna makes a surprise confession during car pool karaoke. sfwlmpblts crash course in motherhood. not one, but six kids. plus the sweet sound of sweet baby james. five-time grammy winner james taylor, right now. from nbc news, this is "today's" take. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. this is thursday morning, december 8, 2016, and we are here and somebody is feeling a little grinchy right now. >> my christmas has been ruined. i'm just going -- >> not yet. it's only december 8th. >> i think you need to clarify that. >> okay. so remember when i asked you at home to help me pick out the color of my christmas tree i wanted. overwhelming choice was turquoise, i found that was like $600, that's not happening. so i found a gray, gray was a
second choice. i immediately order my tree from freetopia.com. here's a picture. i'm still waiting for my tree. it's been like ten days, and this is my super bowl. >> so did you -- >> it's missing. have you seen it? >> you ordered it with an express card. >> fedex crown. >> have you put in the tracking number. >> no. >> where did it originate from? where's the tree coming from? >> but what part of the country? >> it's the artificial tree farms. >> santa claus land, i don't know. >> northwest, maybe there was some weather troubles trying to get it across the country. >> i only -- i have one more week, i have one more week. >> can you call? but do you have the order? >> i have the order. >> why don't you send it down to adam, and they can put -- >> walk outside in new york and grab a temporary tree.
>> i'm using my job and position -- >> and you're absolutely right. >> here's the deal. dylan giving birth maybe as early as tonight. this is the most important thing in my life. >> dylan's going the distance. >> i have one more week -- >> is the tree going to get here before dylan's baby? baby hashtag tree, which one comes first? >> it'll be interesting. especially if your doctor's name was fedex. that would be great. dr. fedex. >> dr. fedex, we deliver. >> baby's here. >> absolutely, positive. >> here's what i don't understand. >> you can track yours, i can't track this. >> that's right. >> well the doctor did say something -- >> i know. >> you know exactly where it is. it's not missing. >> 12 is it warm in here? >> have you never ordered anything before? >> yeah, but i'm going to trust system with the world. >> no, that's -- trust to verify. that's why you have the tracking number. >> i just know that i have one week left to enjoy because i'm going to texas, thank god to
visit family for a week. i have one week left -- >> that's what you should focus on. >> #tree, #babydylan. what did bosco do last night? she's been acting weird. and i think because the whole baby thing. i think dogs have -- >> they sense. >> i thought it was a girl. >> her full name is long, but we call her that for sure. it rolls off theening to easier. so i've been taking the photos of her staring at me from weird parts of the house. there she is there. we have another one -- >> but she keeps her distance. >> she keeps her distance and stares at me. >> there she is, there's another one where she's kind of. >> reporter: oh. >> when i actually do sit down, that's when she -- >> is that her on the belly? >> and she just rests her head on the belly. >> when you wake up, is she there looking at you? >> look at this one. >> i'm sorry. >> she just peers around want corner. >> whoa.
okay. now i'm starting to freak out. >> but this is what i've noticed over the past couple of weeks. it's this weirdness or she's real snugly. so i don't know what it means. >> dog psychic, i think you need to get snb there because listen, bosco looks like she's got something planned. >> she's up to something. >> yeah. >> she's got a tracker. >> yeah. >> lock the door, bosco is not heading around. what did you do last night? >> well, the cleveland cavaliers, you know, nba champs came in to play the knicks last night. and my son and nick, is a knicks fan. he's a knicks fan. i had my new york knick with me at the knicks. >> is he standing on something or that much taller than you? >> no, he's not standing on anything. he's not standing on anything. >> what's so interesting, and your child is supposed to look like you because it's your child -- >> i hope so. >> that's so rude.
he has mother or father morphed. >> well, that's my boy. >> the smile. >> it's the smile, but it's the sweetness in his face which is like you when you're not talking. >> i must tell you -- and that's very nice. and i'll stop right now if you'd like. so it was a blowout. i mean, it was good for the first six minutes. and then -- >> and bored. >> no, we were enjoying it because we were sitting there, the basket -- but, then the knicks kind of -- the cavaliers pulled away. to the point where -- and in the fourth quarter, lebron james and his other cleveland cavalier teammates decide to try, during the game the bottle flip challenge. >> disrespected. >> so people online people are wondering, is that bad sportsmanship? poor sportsmanship. >> you have to be in the game. pay attention to the game. >> you can't treat them -- guess what, nba they trade all the time. you could end up with one of the knicks on your team, j.r.
somebody -- >> yeah, in fairness, for those who are following this, phil jackson kind of talked some smack about lebron, and -- >> so this was. >> reporter: some would say this is -- he wasn't flipping a bottle, he was flipping off phil jackson. >> oh. >> he's flipping something. >> i don't care about that, what was your snack game like? >> we just did -- we did a carbonated beverage and a soft pretzel. >> well, i would expect more from you. like a pepsi or a beer? >> i did a diet coke and nick had a beer. no, no, no. >> like i am taller than you. >> no, nick had a gin and tonic. no, he had a sprite. >> but i would expect you guys to have like nachos. >> no, it's like my father and my uncle when they would take us to sporting events would say did you come here to watch a game or come here to eat? i came here to eat. >> eat too. >> anyway. >> oh any gosh. >> like a fenway frank.
>> speaking of the bottle flip. we've got a great one. grandma -- >> granny. >> giving it a shot. here she does. >> boom, nails it. >> can we please replay that again. >> oh yeah. >> oh my gosh. >> you've got the shoulder shimmy. >> sthez all. >> the swagger. >> let's bring that sound. >> the confidence. >> look at the shoulders. >> granny. >> yeah. >> all right. >> the shoulder. >> that's so great. >> fantastic. >> she wasn't even looking. >> just boom, just like that. >> living until you're 90s, like that's that. you don't -- >> and you're enjoying yourself. >> fantastic. >> madonna, speaking of somebody that is fantastic. >> i didn't know which one. i could tell you were uncertain. >> she was hanging out with one of our favorites, james accordion, car pool karaoke, here's the moment.
♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> put your leg up. here we go, vogue. >> is it tleel drive like that? >> james. >> she's very flexible. >> yoga and athletic, all of that. >> and credit for putting fish nets under the pants. >> very sweflt, i think he's getting in shape. >> his grammy game on. >> besides singing, madonna opened up about a fling with another major pop star. >> you were fwrends michael jackson. >> i was. >> what was like that like? with michael jackson. >> you want know kiss and tell then, don't you? >> did you kiss? >> of course. >> no. >> of course.
>> you and michael jackson -- >> i mean, baby, i've been around. >> full french kissing. >> yeah, mouth kissing. >> i did not know that. i did not know that. >> well ichblt had the chance to talk about it. no one ever asks me. >> so hang on, so who makes the first move you or michael jackson? who leans in? >> well, i did. if you want to know the truth. because he's a little bit shy. however, he was a willing accomplice. >> okay. which one's british? >> yeah. >> what's going on there? >> that's a good question. >> she's from uk, michigan. >> it's in and out. >> but you know what, in certain celebrities, there's a joke, you probably have some in your head that suddenly have these accents and they're american. >> i know she lived in london for a while, but not long enough to pick that up. >> maybe she's impressionable. >> might have picked it up from james. >> we love your honesty. coming up it's the most wonderful time of the year.
do you know why -- >> if you have a tree. >> because we get a brand new batch of santa photos. we asked woman to smell two body washes and pick their favorite. they both smell good. i like b better. i prefer b. b. i would like to smell like this every day. but what was body wash a? ohhhh i love bath and bodyworks. i have this in my bathroom. and what was the one they preferred? ohhhh. this is suave. really? that's quite a bit of smelling good. suave three fragrances preferred over bath and body works. ...ad, and my sweethearts handsome,gone sayonara.rance... this scarf, all that's left to remember. what! she washed this like a month ago! how's a guy supposed to move on! the long lasting scent of gain flings.
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all right. >> when we go on tamron's phone and hit the tracking number, it was ordered on november 28th. it was picked up november 20th from barington, new jersey, the wilds of barington, new jersey, where they are acres of fake tree farms and it was delivered on november 30th. >> i was home. >> 12:36. >> i was home. >> how were you home? >> this is over at noon -- >> in 36 minutes? >> you know don't realize fast i run from this place. >> wow. so your package -- so i think, i think treetopia did her job. you unfortunately -- fedex did their job. somebody ripped you off. >> the grinch stole my tree. >> ho, ho, freaking, ho. >> that sounded so wrong. >> there you go. >> my expression, much like the children -- >> tree stolen, it turned into a sad story. >> like these kids when they met santa for the first time.
>> that'll put a smile on your face. >> today holiday card which went viral. especially -- i don't know, that's the one i love. >> that's the classic. >> other holiday classics caught -- nothing like kids melting on santa's lap, melting down. here's dylan's nephew. >> not yet. >> these are several. >> oh. >> that kid is, oh santa might -- >> and is that -- okay, that's a little girl not too happy. >> oh, now see that's history got stolen. >> shouting. >> he's like i'm in church. >> trying to get away so bad. >> it is terrifying. >> let's get to dylan's nephew. >> i love how beautiful the two girls are. >> those are my nephews. >> all right. there you go. >> neither one very happy. >> they were not happy. >> santa put him in a head lock. >> how does that make santa feel? >> i think santa helper -- they're used to it by now. >> and if you're a little kid and suddenly he's real, he's there and looking at you.
you don't -- you know. >> and you freeze up and you want to order a bb gun. >> it's a movie. >> really? >> good job. >> haven't seen it, but i've known for ten years. >> 24 hour loop. >> grilled cheese fan. >> me. >> all right. martha stewart did a facebook live. she revealed the secret to a great grilled cheese which i've been doing for years. >> it's true. >> that's right. >> instead of butter, mayonna e mayonnaise. >> really? >> what does that do? >> gives you a crunchier texture an the butter. >> put it on the bread or the pan? >> bread. smear it on the bread. here we go. >> white bread. >> only white bread. >> if you're going to do grilled cheese, do it right. >> which is is which. >> one's butter. >> i can already tell. this is the butter. >> this is butter. >> uh-huh. >> that's good cheese. >> wow. >> you think we hadn't eaten in a week. >> full slab of pork a minute ago. >> this one's better.
>> which one do you like? >> i like butter. i'm traditional though. >> sometimes, i do a little of both. but this is the mayo. >> i like kraft american cheese, white bread -- >> amen. >> doesn't get better than that. >> bowl of tomato soup. >> the only thing that makes it better, a little bacon. >> that would be good too. >> oh yeah. >> i like the mayo. i like the mayo better. >> hold the mayo. that was from the movie "airplane." let's go, look at these temperatures. this is the temperature change. look at casper, wyoming. this is air temperature. it is 30 below. >> huh. >> denver right now. you are four below with the windchill it feels like 15 below. >> there's no wind in casper. >> it's cold. >> and this brutal air is coming in toward the end of the woke. for a lot of folks friday is going to be the coldest day. and it's going to echblg chully make it's way to the east. it will moderate a bit as it comes this way, but it's still going to be chillier than it's
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for you, it definitely is absorbed by the body, hydrates yourselves, but it won't do anything to combat dry skin. what you want to think about is using a moisturizer twice a day. we're going to talk about what kinds, and how to apply it in a little bit. question two, frigid air makes your skin peel. >> peel? >> peel. >> i think myth. >> that's a myth. exactly. so basically it's not the cold air that makes your skin peel, but rather it the hot air from inside. and also people who have conditions like eczema and things like that, what to do about it, let the peeling skin fall away. don't pick. >> in the winter time, you know, it's dry air, hot air. should you add a humidifier. >> yes. and that's part of my answer for the next question. >> okay. >> okay. >> that's exactly right. number three, cozying up in front of a fireplace can dry out your skin, fact or myth. >> i think fact. >> that's -- no, it's a fact. sitting in front of a fireplace,
using also a space heater, a wood burning stove, all of those things can cause dryness of the skin. >> i try to not turn on the neat my house a lot. make you wear a coat in my house. it dries out your skin. i want even to have moist skin. >> absolutely. the two things you can do is add a humidifier, definitely, and number two, don't turn the heat occupy so high. get to the lowest point to be comfortable. >> humidifier that's a cold air. it blows out cold steam instead of warm steam. >> what does that do. >> i'm not a humidifier expert. >> it doesn't work that well. >> no idea. >> follow the manufacturer's instructions. number four, during winter months, oily skin does not need moisturizing. >> myth. >> good you guys. that's true. yeah, oily skin, doesn't matter, you still have to use a moisturizer. perhaps you use a lighter one. okay. number five, taking long, steamy showers helps prevent dry skin.
>> i'm going be fact. >> i think it's a myth, but i love long hot showers. >> actually, we recommend taking short path baths for showers which defeats the purpose. five to ten minutes. and also lukewarm water, not hot. when you get out, pat dry, not rub dry. and apply moisturizer right away. >> got time for one more. >> number one. >> number six, you should have, you should shave your legs less often when it's cold outside. >> myth. >> fact. >> it's a fact. >> shaving your -- >> i do that all the time. >> how do you shave your legs. >> it is very, very irritating. you want to do it right after you get out of the shower, moisturize, use a clean blade. all of those things. >> our winner. you get a warm moisture humidify per. >> interesting. >> the moisture contest. >> there you go. >> i see what you did there. >> dr. azar taking winter
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schuykill river trail. >> thank you, jessica. today, we remember a fallen new jersey state trooper frankie williams. a cruiser hit his vehicle head-on. the other driver, 61-year-old roy, was also killed. the vigil will be held this evening at 7:00 at the lee chester hall in leesburg. that's on main street in leesburg. thursday night football right here on nbc 10. the oakland raiders head to kansas city to take on the chiefs in a pivotal afc matchup with implications. i'm rosemary connors. have a good one.
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also have a sit daughter, five-year-old blake. >> she talks about like other people like one baby, that's weird. >> i'm having contractions. >> they catapulted to fame last april after danielle give first to the first ever set of all girl quintuplets in the u.s. at the time, mom and dad even found a few minutes to joan us on the show after welcoming their newborns. >> you look wonderful. i mean it's hard to believe that you just had the babies. the babies last week. are you feeling okay? >> i am. surprisingly. i feel pretty good. it's kind a shock. >> and as if life wasn't wild enough, adam and danielle quickly signed on to star in a reality tv series on tlc. "outdaughtered" follows the family through feedings, diaper changes, and soothing tots. what's it like to jug al supersized family and a grueling tv schedule? >> it makes it that much more fun. >> so what can we expect in season two? >> their own little personalities. they started walking.
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with fun looks from britany levine, host of the facebook live stream show the fix, good morning, looking lovely yourself this morning. >> i've got my holiday fashion going. >> we are talking about the holidays and first up is the office holiday party. >> yeah. the office holiday parties are coming up. i have a few to attend too. they might be awkward, don't be afraid to take your fashion up a notch. we have rocking some of the green and red colors, but in the patterns from ellen tracy. this printed chic dress here and bobble accessories. those are really inexpensive, 70, 80, and $34 for her earrings. and then benny's suit, i'm sorry, it's from jack threads. and the whole suit is $167. it's an amazing men's site. fashion forward designs and all of the guys i know are flocking to this one. >> i love this. >> and his tie and his pocket square, that's where you want to amp it up a notch for the holiday parties. they have tons of fabulous
patterns, tons of fabulous colors. so they're really looking great for your office party. >> going as a couple to coordinate. like they're coordinated. >> they look amazing. >> they look adorable. >> but you don't have to, no. i just suggest really kind of playing up the ties, the pocket squares, you don't need to do the red and green for your office holiday party. >> you look beautiful. let's go to the neighborhood holiday party. how is that dimpb from the office party? >> well this is where you can really let your hair down. you can have more fun. this is the weekend where you want to have fun with your friends and your neighbors. we have here thomas in nick graham, and nick graham knows thousand play up the regular collared shirt. if you see on his basically his sleeves right here, they have those contrasted designs. they're very slim. and his shirts are only $59.50. very affordable for guys. black slacks and shoes on the bottom. >> easy. >> then jackie is playing into my gold book here. she's wearing one of my favorite over the pond brands. and they're very affordable party dresses.
under 100. and they have those bows and that gold designs. she looks absolutely amazing. >> so chic. >> and a fun bag and finally, jennifer, she is wearing what all the teens are wearing from justice, and that's like the hot store right now. this rose mesh dress here for $39.90. he's looking absolutely beautiful. that's where all the teens are going. and then she has these gems own her hand. the teens love stacking these bracelets up their arm. >> yes. >> well this is it right now. choose their gem color. that's really fun. and those bracelets are $15 each. they look beautiful for their neighborhood party. >> that family shows up to your party. oh gosh, thank you, guy us. you look amazing. >> you look great. >> last up we have the holiday party at home with your family. >> yeah. this is where you want to be more comfortable. with my family, comfort is key because we're eating, we're yelling, we're just having fun. definitely, and this whole look on benny, i'm sorry, this whole look on benny is basically under
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good morning. i'm rosemary connors. it's a few minutes before 10:00. meteorologist erika martin is tracking a cold front. >> we also have to keep track of the winds as she shift out of the northwest. we're going to feel like in the 30s for the most part. upper 20s to low 20s by midnight and by early tomorrow morning, make sure you bundle up because it's going to feel like in the teens and 20s. back to you. >> jessica boyington is watching the traffic. >> we're seeing volumes but no major delays. around 24th street, maybe a
little delay towards this ramp here. but westbound there, still doing okay in the eastbound towards 95. that's fine. also, we are watching an accident out in landdale on south 5th street and north line street. a man is in critical condition following a drive-by shooting in west philly. where this happened is unusual, is how they describe it. it's a very busy area, well-lit and plenty of businesses there. the man was simply standing on the corner around midnight when a car drove up and somebody started shooting. we have an update on a story we've been following out of wilmington. a man shot at 9th and market streets has died at the hospital. it's now a homicide investigation. right now police are looking for the shooter in this case. i'm rosemary connors. another update in about 25 minutes and then a full hour of news at 11:00. have a good one.
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