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good morning. carnage at the airport. authorities release the mug shot of the accused ft. lauderdale-hollywood airport shooter as they search for clues in alaska. the allege the gunman in custody this morning. this after a day of terror. >> we have at least five or six victims so far. >> panicked bystanders running for their lives. >> people are running over children. >> what could have caused this? was it terror? we're live with the latest. coast-to-coast chaos. two massive winter blasts hitting the east and west coasts. 75 million people in their paths. in the south, a traffic
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nightmare. nearly a foot of snow in places. slick roads leading to dozens of accidents. out west, the possibility of more than a foot of rain and snow by monday that could cause massive flooding and landslides. this morning, what you need to know. not backing down. president-elect donald trump blaming the democrats for being hacked. the same day the intelligence chiefs told him russia tried to h tip the election in his favor. will he go to war with his spies in office? and the last laugh. the late actress carrie fisher laid to rest alongside her mother, debbie reynolds, with fisher's ashes in an urn made in the shape of a big prozac pill. her legendary sense of humor giving everyone a smile, "today" january 7th, 2017. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" live from studio
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1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to "today" on saturday morning. i'm craig melvin. >> i'm sheinelle jones. in a public place and hearing gunfire. >> that came true for hundreds of people at ft. lauderdale-hollywood airport on friday afternoon when a gunman started spraying bullets at people in the baggage claim area. five are dead and eight injured. >> we have the story covered on all fronts. we will hear from people who barely escaped. we start with nbc's kerry can r sanders at the airport. kerry, good morning. >> reporter: sheinelle, the airport has reopened. you should check with the airlines when the planes take off today. the alleged gunman, 26-year-old esteban santiago was known to law enforcement. he walked into an fbi office in
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alaska and told them there he thought the cia was trying to recruit him to fight for isis. with that back drop, top questions emerged. why was he allowed to own a gun and why was he on the no-fly list? his carnage on the day that was a busy travel day at the ft. lauderdale-hollywood international airport. just before 1:00 p.m. friday, a horrific scene when deputies say 26-year-old esteban santiago opened fire at baggage claim in terminal 2. >> no rhyme or reason. very nonchalant. it was point and shoot. anyone in his path. >> reporter: inside, sheer terror. >> people breaking through doors and running over children. >> reporter: crowds evacuated to the tarmac. s.w.a.t. teams and fbi responding within minutes. >> looks like we have five or
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six victims. >> reporter: santiago flew from anchorage to minneapolis and on to ft. lauderdale was believed to check his gun in baggage and then loaded it in a nearby bathroom. >> put the gun down by the side and dropped the gun. laid face down spread eagle until the deputy came. >> we have the shooter in custody. he's unharmed. no law enforcement fired any shots. >> reporter: are when it was over, five dead and eight others shot. dozens injured in the chaos. then around 2:30, passengers in a different terminal fearing a second gunman. and reports of a suspicious person in a parking garage nearby. both false alarms. >> no shooting. >> reporter: this morning, santiago is in federal custody.
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the question why still unanswered. >> i hate to say it, but we all live with that fear that something like this could happen anytime. >> reporter: there were more than 10,000 passengers here at the airport that were stranded overnight. they were bussed to a staging area where uber and lyft provided free transportation. airbnb provided an k accommodations. the question is how could this have happened? and for the misery of people fearful running around, there were several planes have a landed on the runway here when this began. the passengers on those planes remained in the planes out on the runway for more than eight hours. sheinelle. >> unbelievable. kerry, thank you. >> who is the shooter and why did he do it? nbc's justice correspondent pete williams is following that part of the story for us. pete, good morning to you.
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>> reporter: good morning, craig. federal investigators don't know if this is an act of terrorism or not. santiago showed an interest in isis videos, but he had mental problems and claimed voices in his head made him watch them. late last night, fbi agents were seen leaving esteban santiago's residence in anchorage after interviewing family members and searching for clues. esteban santiago was undergoing treatment for mental health prbs and complaining he was hearing voices. a few months ago, he walked into the fbi office in anchorage and complaining the cia was forcing him to join isis. officials say local police were called and he went voluntarily to a mental health facility for treatment. his aunt and uncle in union city, new jersey, where officials say santiago was born, say they believe he developed problems after a military deployment overseas. military records show he signed up for the national guard in 2007 while he was living in
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puerto rico where the family is from. the records show he was on duty as a combat engineer for ten months in iraq and returning five years ago. discharged last august. family members say he went to alaska to look for work where he had a son and receiving counselling there. some with him on the flight from minneapolis to ft. lauderdale said he has an alter indicatica board. it wasn't enough to call police. this morning, it is a mystery why he did this and why in ft. lauderdale. officials found no connection to florida. craig. >> pete, quickly here. a guy known to the fbi. walks into the field office there. you reported that he had the voices in his head. allegedly. picking up on a question kerry just posed. how is this guy able to get on the plane with a gun?
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why was he not on the no-fly list? >> reporter: the fbi said when he talked to the agents in anchorage in november, they did not find a terrorism connection. >> pete, thank you. anika dean was in the baggage claim area when the gunman opened fire. annika, good morning to you. >> good morning. >> first things first. i understand you are a mom of two boys. ages 11 and 13. i know they were on your mind. i know you are thankful for them this morning. how are you holding up? >> i'm doing okay. i'm doing well. >> annika, take us back inside the terminal yesterday. what did you see? what did you hear? when did you realize what was going on? >> i was standing at baggage
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claim three and i heard gunshots. i knew what was happening. i'm a teacher for broward public schools. i have been through two active shooter trainings. when i heard the gunfire, i looked in the direction of the shooter. i saw the shooter. i can describe him. black hair, blue shirt. the gun. i saw the shots being fired. i immediately ducked behind a smartcart and i just laid there. there wasn't really anywhere to hide. i could not escape. i could not run. i was there maybe 30 seconds and an older gentleman laid on top of me and said i will protect you. >> wow. have you been able to find him or get in touch with him? >> i have. yes. >> what did you say to him? >> his name is tony bartozovitz from rochester, new york.
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i thanked him throughout the day. really grateful that he was willing to put himself at risk to shield my body. you know, i was praying to god the entire time that my children would not lose their mother or have a seriously injured mother. the gunman was walking around and he was shooting people near me. i thought i might be one of his victims. i'm grateful for a man that shielded me. >> that was a picture of tony that we just had on the screen there. annika, as he was shooting, did you hear him say anything? could you tell whether he was saying anything at all? >> he wasn't saying anything. there was a man to the right of me. i haven't identified the man who was near me that attracted the
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shooter to the area. ruthie bellman who was there, told me afterwards that he was right next to us. and tony told me that there was a shot fired over us. i had my face to the carpet. i was not looking. i did not want to look. i was just praying. >> annika dean, thank you for talking to us. we are happy you are okay. we are praying for you and all of the families involved. the best to your boys. thank you. we will have more in the next half hour. let's turn to another story we are following this morning. two massive storms hitting both coasts. one wreaking havoc and one set to bring biblical rain to the coast. let's start with nbc's tammy lightner. >> reporter: good morning,
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craig. a blizzard warning in the area and with good reason. overnight, we saw snow, sleet, rain and it expected to last throughout the day. a historic monster storm has brought parts of the south to a standstill. interrupting the lives of millions. in oklahoma, slick snow covered roads made for treacherous road conditions. snow plows working around the clock to clear interstates. in tennessee, snow plows not used to the volume are having problems. >> please don't hit the buses. >> reporter: this plow skidding out of control barely missing two stranded school buses before taking out several cars. >> snow plow. oh, my god! >> reporter: snow and ice paralyzing the south. states of emergency in alabama, georgia and carolinas. thousands stocking up. >> milk and eggs and hunker down. probably a case of wine.
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>> reporter: this hardware store sold 1,000 pounds of ice melt, but out of many supplies. >> snow shovels we are out of until this afternoon. >> i don't want to get too iced in. >> reporter: a concern for some, but not for lib moore who plans to embrace this southern winter wonderland. >> we don't get it often. we get excited. >> reporter: less excitement in atlanta where a half foot of snow fell in one day. the amount the city usually gets over the entire winter. >> i learned the last time. >> reporter: many cautious after the storm of 2014 stranded school kids and motorists. a large chunk of the northeast already buried in snow. icy roads causing hundreds of crashes and already one death in maine. dozens of states under a storm warning or advisory or more than 60 million people in the path of the winter weather system. the roads have been plowed in
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the area where we are. the big concern is the temperatures are dropping more than they have and the roads icing over. craig. >> tammy, leitner, get inside. on the west coast, a massive amount of snow and rain hitting this weekend could cause deadly floods and mudslides. the worst in at least a decade. nbc's steve patterson is in san francisco this morning. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, sheinelle. we're getting drenched sooner than expected. the front end of the storm expected to slam into us. the brunt is soon to follow. forecasters are predicting a once in a quarter century level event in the storm. a ten-day storm expected to bring more flooding than we have seen in the region in the last ten years. northern california is bracing for the very worst of it. some places here will see up to 15 inches of rain. others, 20 feet of snow.
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in the storm zone, stretching from southern oregon all the way down to southern california with city centers like reno, tahoe, san francisco, los angeles, portland all in the cross sdhai for snowfall or sustained rainfall. that means an increased risk for everything from flash flooding to rock slides to mud floes and leading to power outages and leading to possible property damage and leading to the potential for this to be a fatal storm. people are heeding the warnings. communities are gearing up with sand bags. people stocking up to weather this thing as it continues today on into tuesday with sunday and tuesday being the big one-two punch of the storm. back to you, sheinelle. >> stay safe. indra peterson is in for dylan. >> we are very busy in the weather office.
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looking at a lot of warmth to the south. you can see the cooler temperatures. we are starting to transition over to snow. with that, the low up the coastline. you have two ingredients. moisture off the ocean. that is one side of the story. to get the bull's-eye, you will need that cold air to intersect. the two come together at the same time, that's where you look at the bull's-eye. that is why raleigh will not see the high totals we saw yesterday. farther north in norfolk with the stronger totals. the low is closer to the cape. they will have blizzard warnings in effect. they could be seeing 1.5 feet of snow in the region. look at the totals. norfolk with 6 to 12 inches. the blizzard conditions with heavy snow and windy conditions on top of it. that is one coast. we will have the next one in a few minutes. thank you. we will come back to you. >> let's get to other headlines. president-elect donald trump is starting his day today at trump
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tower. one day after the nation's top intelligence officials briefed him on what they call russia's attempt to tip the election in his favor. they declassified a report on the same day stating they have high confidence russian president vladimir putin was behind it. is the president-elect buying what they're selling? nbc's ron allen is at trump tower with more. ron, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, sheinelle. mr. trump will strengthen america's cyber defenses. tasking a team to come up with a plan in the first 90 days in office. the central question if the russians hacked into the campaign, the president-elect sounds skeptical. the conclusion is a covert russian campaign ordered by vladimir putin evolved into the effort to help donald trump become president. the goals to undermine the faith of the u.s. democratic on process, denigrate hillary clinton and harm her
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credibility. we further assess putin and the russian government develop a presence for trump. trump dismissing it as a witch hunt. only saying other countries are engaged in cyber hacking. to emphasize there was no affect on the outcome of the election. the report did not make a political conclusion, it clearly pointed a finger at putin. >> i would have liked to see the president-elect finally knowledge the obvious. everyone else accepted this. it is time for him. >> reporter: the vice president-elect trying to make peace with officials said to be anger by the comments by the soon-to-commander in chief. >> i know the president-elect and i both appreciate the sacrifices that the men and women who serve in our intelligence services around the country and around the world provide in contributing to the safety and security of the
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american people. >> reporter: as mr. trump tries to move on, another signature campaign issue suddenly back in the spotlight. >> and mexico will pay for the wall. >> reporter: republicans in congress now considering whether to build it with u.s. taxpayer dollars to get the project moving and get mexico to pay later later. in a telephone interview, mr. trump pushed back. telling "the new york times" we're going to get reimbursed. mexico's leader oppose the wall and say they will never pay for it. overnight, another tweet for mr. trump on the issue of hacking. saying, gross negligence by the dnc allowed the hacking to take place. the rnc with a federal judhuge . he announced he will nominate senator dan coats to the
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intelligence director. thank you, ron. >> we have the top open efficient official who is the leader of crowd strike. sean, let's start with what is in the report and not in the report. i want to call your attention to the statement from president-elect trump. he said there was absolutely no affe effect on the outcome of the election. sean, did the report say anything about whether the hacking had any sort of effect on the outcome of the election? >> let me say a couple things, craig. i read the record. this is an unclassified investigation of the highly classified report that will have a lot of information about signals and intelligence. many people who look at it is a there is no proof. i'm reading the conclusions. the intelligence community is going to protect their sources and methods. what i see is a broad espionage campaign that has gone on for
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years. it is not an isolated incident that the dnc was hacked. the second piece that is important is the russian intelligence service is a highly capab capable. among the best in the world organization. this will go down, i think, as one of the premier stages opint operations in recent history. the last piece addresses your question specifically. the report says there is no indication that the election was impacted. in other words, while there may have been an influence campaign, there is no reporting or proof or evidence that actual vowte tallies were affected. it did not effect the actual election results. donald trump will be the president. this should not delegitimize that. we need to looking forward understand how critically important this risk is that the national security of the united states is a bipartisan effort. we have to look at that going forward. there has to be a coalition of
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united states abilities to make sure we protect the country. craig. >> this is just the beginning of the conversation. shawn henry, thank you. a busy saturday morning. let's bring in indra again with the check of the national forecast. >> i want to start off with the storm on the west coast. look at the two pinwheels bringing the moisture through california. with that, we're talking about heavy rain. 20 inches in good morning. i'm krystal klei. a large area of snow from the system to the south is pressing our direction. snow is expected through the southern half of the viewing area today. with we're around a first alert. from when now through 7:00 tonight. and we're looking at the heaviest snow totals. 7 inches and above along the coast. dangerous travel potential. so it is important to note.
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i know you you heard about 7 fef snow in squall valley. huge rain on top of that. >> thank you, indra. still to come, "the download." i look back at the biggest stories including the accident that trapped a toddler under a dresser. but first this is "
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it's windy outside. still to come on "today," the beer that's made for drinking in the shower. and a we're in a first alert here in nbc 10 for the snow. this is a live look at ocean city down the shore. the flakes have been flying there this morning since the 5:00 hour, and the snow is spreading across the region, especially in new jersey and
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delaware. let's get details from first alert meteorologist krystal klei. >> just as expected we're seeing the snow spread farther inland. reports of snow have not been coming in yet from philadelphia or wilmington, but i expect in the next about hour we'll start to see flakes. areas that are seeing more snow, that would be along the shore and through delaware, especially or delaware beaches where it's a steady snow on top of that the winds have been picking up. looking at gusts today 25 to 30 miles per hour around the shore. it means blowing snow. it will last through the morning through the afternoon and evening. snow totals may be high. here is a look at our forecast. 1 inch to a coating in most of the suburbs. but 2 to 4 inches possible from that line from philadelphia to wilmington. notice the variation through new jersey the coastal points. we're talking from 3 to 5 inches all the way to 7 inches or more as we get down to our shore points. that's because the heaviest snow
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bands are going hitting us just along our coastal points. that extends all the way to your delaware beaches. now let's head out on the roads. francesca is watching the traffic. >> we have a shot of cape may toll plaza. this is in upper township. if you took a look you're starting to see we're e reflecting on the wet road conditions throughout the viewing area. it could be potential hazardous road conditions. we have snow flurries already in this area. rosemary, back to you. >> thank you. remember, take it easy on the roads. now back to the "today" show.
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since we last spoke, the country has voted for a new president. >> trump! >> here we go. >> oh, come on. really? trump? wake up, america. >> that's the comedy duo key & peele. the president's so-called anger translator. we will have more on that in pop start. those guys have been hilarious. >> lots of material. >> meanwhile, we have a solid crowd on the plaza on this chilly morning. 7th day of january in 2017. we will head outside in a bit to say hello. first, let's starts with
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stories making headlines. the accused ft. lauderdale-hollywood airport shooter in custody. police searched his home in anchorage, alaska. 75 million people are in the path of two dangerous winter storms this morning. in the east, one storm system pounded the southeast already and could leave up to a foot of snow in virginia. out in the pacific northwest, more than a foot of rain and snow could fall today as well. that could lead to some massive flooding and landslides there. and tilikum the whale died after two decades at seaworld in yorl orlando. he was profiled in a documentary that helped lead to the end of the orca breeding program at seawor seaworld. our look back at the highlights of the stories of the week and moments you may have
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missed from president-elect donald trump's battle with the top spies to the terrifying accident caught on camera to a big anniversary for our guy matt lauer. it is twis truly a week to reme. >> the nation's top intelligence chiefs with a message to congress. russian hackers tried to influence the election. >> every american should be alarmed by the attacks on our nation. >> most of the senators supporting the officials after trump's repeat ed attacks. >> who is the ben factor of someone commander in chief trashing the intelligence community? >> i think there is a difference with skepticism and disparagement. >> perhaps an olive branch. the media lies to make it look like i'm against intelligence. i'm a big fan. also on capitol hill, a new fight brewing over obamacare.
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>> president obama and vice president-elect mike pence rallying troops. >> make america sick again? is that what the republicans want to do? >> we have to fix it. >> while donald trump is taking aim at the law overall, he wants to keep coverage for people with pre-signatu pre-existing conditions and those under 26. the catch, those popular pieces paid for by the unpopular mandate requiring everyone to get insurance. destructive weather sweeping the country coast-to-coast. >> whiteout conditions in the northeast. in the west, snow could be measured by the yard. up to five feet covering the sierra and rocky mountains. drought dry southern california soaked by much-needed rain, but causing problems. a terrifying moments caught on camera for 2-year-old twin boys playing at home. >> brock pinned beneath the
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heavy furniture. trapped for nearly two minutes, brody tries to lift the 155-pound dresser off his brother. pushing it off his body. brock shaken, but not hurt. >> we are lucky. >> the boys parents are denying the claims that the whole thing was a hoax. jimmy fallon having fun with ellen before the golden gloebes? >> what is this? >> i got it from my gynecolog t gynecologist. >> so hot. >> you look good. >> can i have a kiss? a big week for our friend matt. first showing off questionable trend. chokers for men. >> i have been wearing a choker for years. i'm not kidding. >> get out of here. >> for years.
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>> you used to wear a dog collar. >> how many chokers do you have? >> when i worked with you, i did. >> and celebrating 20 years as co-host of "today." >> a person with extraordinary talent. a person i love and adoradore. cheers, my friend. >> it was a good week. >> it was great being part of the celebration yesterday. you don't realize how much he has been part of until you start watching those clips. >> i made the comment the one thing i admire most of matt lauer is the interviewing skills. to me -- >> the video of miss piggy. >> to me, it is the day-to-day grind. the toll it takes. waking up. he is always prepared. he is always engaged. when you talk, you hear him interview somebody. you are peeping in on a conversation. he's good. >> happy 20 years, matt. i'm sure you are watching 7:30
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on saturday morning. indra peterson is here with a look back with the forecast. >> we talk about snow and rain, but another big story. that will be the ice. that is especially in the pacific northwest. keep in mind two systems out there. first is cold air. the second is warmer. as you transition, you talk about a threat for icing in the area. with that, .50 inch in portland. .25 inch of ice weighs 500 pounds. it can take down sps power lines. this is the potential for the huge ice storm overnight. second story, cold. winter blast where you see the snow. the cold air is lasting out there. in fact, all the way through monday. never thought a studio would feel so warm. look at temperatures. 20 degrees below average for charleston forunday and s
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good morning. i'm first alert meteorologist krystal klei. a large area of snow from the system to the south is pressing our direction. snow is expected through at least the half of our viewing area today. in fact, a alert for that. new jersey and delaware aside from northern new castle county under this first alert. from when now through 7:00 tonight. and we're looking at the heaviest snow totals. 7 inches and above along the coast. dangerous travel potential. and we hahavhave the storm e east. and more about flurries. >> you are so excited about the snow. so excited. >> you bring me sun? still ahead, hold on alexa. how a tv news anchor accidently kicked off an amazon.com buying spree. just in time for the nfl
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i can't play. real or fake. two winners almost missed getting awards because they were in the bathroom. real or fake. >> real. >> real. >> do you know the scenario? >> you are both actually correct. christine lahti missed in 1998. >> renee zellweger. >> real or fake. in 2003, while accepting his globe, an actor admitted he was a little bit high. fake? >> it's the globes. it has to be. >> you are right. jack nicholson. he actually said he admitted he took a valium. >> you have to relax. >> real or fake. 2004. one unlucky actor vomited right before getting the globe. real or fake? you have two options, ladies. >> i can't say real on all. >> you are both right. look at that.
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>> that is a bit much. i don't know if you would admit that. >> nicholson admitted to taking a valium. in 2007, two had to be separated because they were feuding. >> that sounds hollywood. >> hollywood. >> you are both wrong. >> they were fake. they would act. >> last one. in 2008, the golden globes show was actually canceled. >> i think that is real. >> i remember that. >> writers' strike. i think we have a tie. no prize for either of you. >> that's fine. >> we share the prize. still ahead here on saturday morning, the show that millions love to love. sheinelle takes us behind the scenes of the breakout nbc hit "this is us." my favorite show on television. but first this is "today" on nbc.
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about 5:00 or 6:00. it's quickly spreading across the. let's get the details from meteorologist krystal klei. now a live look at ocean city, new jersey. we're looking at very limited visibility. at the beach. it's white from the snow that has been falling for awhile. here is the first alert radar. notice the variation from lighter whites. we're seeing it mix through new jersey and northern delaware. look at the purple blues you see farther south. reports of moderate to heavy snow now in southern delaware. we're seeing it pick up and the spread farther north. let's talk conditions throughout your neighborhoods. snow should start by 8:00 to 9:00 in the morning in philadelphia and last into your early to mid afternoon. temperature ace cross the map will not budget today. low mid 20s at. the suburbs light snow. mostly should stay dry in the lehigh valley aside from a few flakes mixing in.
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delaware, new jersey, and the shore heaviest road conditions. now a look on the conditions. >> this is route 73 winslow, new jersey. the camera is picking up on the snow coming down pretty hard, as well. upon the grassy surfaces. snow is starting to accumulate. it's essential you drive with caution today. if you need to be out and about, as well. rosemary, back to you. don't forget to give the crews salting and plowing a little bit of distance. i'm rosemary connors. another update in 25 minutes.
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good morning. what set him off? this morning, authorities trying to figure out why a gunman would open fire at ft. lauderdale-hollywood airport killing five or wounding eight others. questions swirling about his mental health as authorities search for clues in anchorage, alaska. coast-to-coast chaos. two massive winter blasts hitting the east and west coasts. 75 million people in their paths. in the south, a traffic nightmare. nearly 1 foot of snow in places. slick roads leading to dozens of accidents. out west, the possibility of more than a foot of rain and snow by monday that could cause massive flooding and landslides. this morning, the forecast you
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need to know. ♪ everybody get golden >> feeling golden. the golden globes. hollywood's most unpredictable party one day away. we will take you behind the scenes of one show that could be a big withnner. nbc's "this is us." anticipation is building "today" saturday, january 7th, 2017. >> what's up, mississippi? >> party on the plaza. >> we're staying warm. >> it's our anniversaranniversa. >> celebrating my birthday with the "today" show. >> happy birthday, honey. ♪ >> and good saturday morning to you. welcome back to "today." a good crowd on the plaza considering how bitterly cold it is. they are bundled up. we will head out with them in a bit. the snow will start.
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>> we have a busy morning ahead. we begin with the attack at ft. lauderdale-hollywood airport. questions swirling this morning about the suspect and what could have motivated him to do it. we have the latest from the airport and anchorage, alaska, and we talk to a man at baggage claim. let's start with nbc's kerry sanders. kerry, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, se e sheinelle. the alleged gunman, 26-year-old esteban santiago is in custody. he was known to law enforcement because he walked into an fbi office in alaska months ago and said he thought the cia was trying to recruit him to fight for isis. this raises questions. why was he still allowed to own a weapon and why was he off the fbi no fly list?
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questions after what happened here on the busy day at the ft. lauderdale-hollywood international airport. just before 1:00 p.m. friday. a chaotic and horrific scene when deputies say 26-year-old esteban santiago opened fire at baggage claim in terminal two. >> no rhyme or reason to it. not neyelling anything. nonchalant. point, shoot. anyone in his path. >> reporter: inside, sheer terror. >> people trying to break through doors. people running over children. >> reporter: bags scattered. people evacuated to the tarmac. fbi responding within minutes. >> we have five or six victims so far. >> reporter: santiago flew from anchorage to aspergerminneapoli to ft. lauderdale. he loaded the gun in the nearby
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bathroom after baggage claim. >> he walked out after dropped the gun. laid face down spread eagle until the deputy came. >> we have this shooter in custody. he's unharmed. no law enforcement fired any shots. >> reporter: when it was over, five dead and eight others shot. dozens injured in the chaos. then around 2:30, passengers in a different terminal fearing a second gunman. and reports of a suspicious person in a parking garage nearby. both false alarms. >> there has been no shooting any place else. >> reporter: this morning, santiago is in federal custody. the question why is still unanswered. >> i hate to say it, but we all live with the fear that something like this could happen anytime. >> reporter: there were more than 10,000 passengers who were stuck here at the airport. eventually bussed to a staging
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area. some to hotels. uber and lyft made free travel available. airbnb provided an accommodations. for some passengers here, they were not stuck here, but on planes on the runway. planes landed moments before the shooting began. in the planes for more than eight hours. >> kerry, thank you. >> we have gadi schwartz in anchorage, alaska. gadi, what can you tell us? >> reporter: good morning, craig. we know that this small apartment here in anchorage, alaska is where fbi agents spent yesterday. we saw them late last night removing boxes of evidence. in front of the home, a mailbox with the name of the suspected shooter esteban santiago. the same of a woman believed to have been his girlfriend. now we are piecing together more
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about his life in alaska. we know he served some time with the alaskan national guard until discharged for performance issues. we know that he spent time overseas with the puerto rican national guard. he came back from that. his family said he was affected. we know here in alaska he was working as a security guard. he may have had a young son with his girlfriend. then at some point last year, he walked into the fbi headquarters here in anchorage and told investigators there that he was hearing voices. that he was being possibly controlled. claimed by the cia. making him watch isis videos. at that point, turned over to local authorities. voluntarily committed and started to receive treatment. it is still very unclear why he boarded that flight to ft. lauderdale. >> gadi schwartz in anchorage. thank you. mark lee was at the ft.
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lauderdale-hollywood airport baggage claim area when the shots rang out. mark, we spoke yesterday on msnbc. good morning. walk us through what happened. you were getting ready to head out for the cruise. then what? >> we were down in baggage claim. we got the hotel shuttle and we heard three rounds first. it sounded like a firecracker he. it was gunfire. people started yelling and screaming. frantically trying to exit out as quickly as they can. take cover under chairs or behind anything they could. be it the carousel or luggage or whatever they could find for safety. >> mark, can you describe his demeanor at all? did the shooting seem random? were people targeted? >> no one was targeted. it was what i call a point and
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shoot. anyone within his walking path, he basically put them in the line of fire. he was not targeting male or female or black or white. it was whoever was in walking distance. >> mark, i understand you headed outside and you decided to go back inside. why was that and what did you see? >> after i got my wife outside and she was safe, in the exit, three or four ladies fallen and trying to get out. i went back in to help them. after i got them out the door, i went back in with the princess cruise line ladies who could not get up off the floor. i got her up and pushed herb o the door. i tried to get other people out or keep them safe. the shooter was walking. we were walking toward each other. >> mark lee inside terminal two
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yesterday. mark, we are glad you and your wife are okay. thank you for your time this morning. >> thank you. let's turn to the dangerous weather from coast to coast. storms on the east and west coast that have 75 million people in its path. we have it covered for you this morning with tammy leitner in norfolk, virginia. >> reporter: good morning, sheinelle. you don't get weather like this in the south. dozens of states affected. millions of people. snow plows working around the clock. a lot of areas they are not used to this volume. in tennessee, a plow skids. you can see it missing two stranded school buses. then it collides with several cars. in georgia, cobb county blanketed with snow making it impossible to get around. atlanta got half a foot in one
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day. this is the amount they get in the entire winter. south carolina, a storm warning. stay inside. concerned the temperatures there will drop to dangerous temperatures. you know, the big concern out in the area is that hurricane matthew damaged a lot of trees in the area and with the weight from the snow h, they are concerned the branches could come down. the blizzard warning in effect the rest of the day sgrch. >> thank you, tammy. >> that is considerably more snow than last time we checked. >> thank you, tammy. let's check in with indra peterson. you have storms on both coasts? >> rain and snow and icing threats out there. right now, seeing showers or snowshowers in d.c. down to raleigh, they did not get as much of the cold air in time. you need the warm moist air
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combining with the cold air at the same time to get the heavy snow. that is why atlanta did not get the snowfall they predicted. they got a wintry slush. we watch the low cruise up the coastline making its way to the north. farther to the west today. now around the cape. blizzard conditions. we see as much as 18 inches of snow in that region. the totals. heavier farther south. you see bigger numbers there. i want to drop off to the west coast. look at the moisture. two pinwheels pulling all that water into the region. a lot of snow just a few days ago. squall valley saw 7 feet of snow. you think that is great, but add 20 inches of rain on top of it, it is not great. >> thank you, indra. we will come back for the national forecast. let's look at other headlines. president-elect donald trump still not sounding convinced that russia hacked the election. intelligence officials met with mr. trump friday at trump tower.
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they presented evidence and released a report that vladimir putin was behind the threat to discredit hillary clinton. the president-elect will go as far as to acknowledge russia and china and other countries engaged in cyber hacking, but not effect on the outcome of the election. hollywood in mourning. the funeral for carrie fisher and debbie reynolds on friday. fisher's sense of humor prevail prevailed. she had her ashes inside a giant prozac pill. she suffered from bipolar disorder. she died of a heart attack on december 27th. her mother, debbie reynolds, died the next day. indra is back with the forecast. >> we will look at a lot of storms out there. we see two on each coast. notice the amount of moisture. a lot of moisture not only in the pacific, but also here in the east coast. we did not see all that cold air
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dive south. we will look for maybe less in the way of the snow totals until you go farther north. we are looking at norfolk with the bigger good morning. i'm first alert meteorologist crystal klei. a large area of snow from the system to the south is press our direction. it means snow is expected through at least the southern half of the viewing area today. in fact, under a first alert for that. new jersey and delaware, aside from northern new l county under the first alert. from when now through 7:00 tonight. we're look agent the heaviest snow totals 7 inches and above along the coast. dangerous travel potential. so w so we talked about the southeast. that storm is coming our way in the cape like 18 inches of snow and a blizzard today. it is starting. >> thank you. >> up next in trending, proof that kfc really is finger
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fda-approved treatment for pba. tell your doctor about medicines you take. some can't be taken with nuedexta. nuedexta is not for people with certain heart conditions. serious side effects may occur. life-threatening allergic reactions to quinidine can happen. tell your doctor right away if you have bleeding or bruising. stop nuedexta if muscle twitching, confusion, fever, or shivering occurs with antidepressants. side effects may include diarrhea, dizziness, cough, vomiting, weakness, or ankle swelling. nuedexta made a difference by reducing my pba episodes. ask about nuedexta and go to nuedexta.com we are back on a saturday morning. it's time to "trend." >> shall we? >> let's do it. you may have heard about amazon's echo devices. alexa marketed as your virtual assistant. she can order products.
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an anchor in san francisco talked about a girl who ordered a $170 doll house and cookies. this is what he said. quote, i love the little girl's take on it. alexa ordered me a doll house. soon after, people complained their echos were ordering doll houses. changing your settings can prevent that from happening. >> she hears it from the tv anchors and i guess amazon is like wait, why are we getting orders for doll houses? >> how about a price check? >> how fantastic is that. you may have heard us talking about the man who returned an old shirt to the gap which was 17 years old. this beats that by 13 years. a man from north carolina, paul boyd presented the cashier at kfc with a 30-year-old coupon for the tuesday special club. which at the time allowed him to
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purchase a three-piecemeal for $2.99. paul is carrying around the coupon in his wallet for the last 30 years. that's great customer service. they let them do it. >> he still has the wallet? >> he has been keeping it. saving it for the moment he was really hungry. >> kudos to kfc. you know you are like, fine. >> like a bed bath & beyond coupon. >> i have to say this last story is interesting to me. i love a good beer at the end of a long day. sometimes at the end of a short day as well. i used to love beer before i started this ridiculous "today" diet. when i get to drink again, i will enjoy a cold beer in the shower. check this out. a swedish design firm created the pale ale that is half the
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size. it is brewed in stockholm. 10% alcohol content. it is designed to be finished in three to four sips. a lot of people like a glass of wine in the tub. >> i picture the image of can you get me a beer? i'm not done yet. honey, can you grab me a beer? >> i like a good beer. if you can't get through a five-minute shower without a beer? >> a warm beer. >> are you that desperate you cannot wait? >> you have issues. >> or maybe you want a relaxes moment. i guess. joelle is here. she doesn't drink beer in the shower. >> i don't. i really don't. we have pop news to get. to kim kardashian is breaking her silence. the first time after being robbed in paris. she is opening up about the whole ordeal in a promo for the season of "keeping up with the kardashians."
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>> robbed at gunpoint. >> they're going to shoot me in the back. there's no way out. it makes me upset. >> what's going on? >> i think he really needs me. i have to get home. >> that was her reaction to kanye's hospitalization that happened. that is all in the teaser. lots to come with the new season. i should mention after a social media hiatus, kim is back posting pictures. her typically flashy ones are replaced with photos of the family. it returns in march. we will hear more from her. switching gears to key & peele. >> i love them. >> you saw the clip of that going on before. they have done a lot of great skits, but nothing comes close to the skit about president obama and luther. luther is the president's anger translator. you got that? thanks to the daily show, they are back for a final farewell. here is the interpret ratiation
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what the president really this. >> good evening, my mellow americans. we all have to accept -- and have someone else calling the shots. >> vladimir putin! we got a naked man on horse back running the show. >> that skit was four minutes. that's the only clip i could show. >> the dancing adds another level. >> i'm keeping my mouth shut. and in the wake of carrie fish fisher's tragic death, a fan started a petition on change.org calling on disney to make princess leia to be official disney princess. meanwhile, details about the memorial. apparently it turned into a singing celebration thanks to
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meryl streep who performed "happy days are here again." her favorite song. >> i did not realize the character had to be animated. >> do you know what i learned? elsa is not an official princess. >> i thought she was animated. >> not every disney character is a disney princess. >> we have to dig in deeper next weekend. still ahead, the most unpredictable awards show around. golden globes. what you need to know for the frontrunners for the golden statue.
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it will be with us through the afternoon and into the early evening. meteorologist crystal klei has the details for the forecast where you live. >> there's a look at cape may and now ocean city. the same deal. the visibility keeps dropping here. as we've been saying all morning long if you don't have to drive, especially near coastal point, don't do it. it's coming down steady. it's blowing snow. the winds are kicking up. the darker purple you see farther south the heavier rain is reporting. we're looking a the lighter snow it spread throughout delaware, new jersey, philadelphia. we have reports of snow and even some light snow in our suburbs up to near the lehigh valley. the focus will be today farther south. that's where we're seeing higher accumulation expectations. in fact, 7 inches or above along coastal points. here are your temperatures that will stay cold. these numbers will not be rising today. 24 now in philadelphia. 22 in millville. for perspective, the feels like temperatures are much lower.
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just check the feels like in philadelphia. at 11 degrees now. >> francesca is watching the conditions on the roads and the traffic. she starts on the schuylkill. >> reported at 8:03 was a vehicle fire that took out the center and lane. now the right lane just opened just before gladwood. very slow traffic in that area. reduce speeds. use caution, folks. >> thanks. i'm rosemary connors. we'll be back at 9:00 with more first alert snow coverage. you can get alerts on the nbc 10 app. now back to the "today" show.
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♪ and back now on a downright cold saturday morning. 7th day of january, 2017. the temperatures are not keeping our loyal friends from saying hello on the plaza. you guys are a brave bunch. >> it is really cold. >> we have folks from florida here, too. >> and we have a busy show coming up. the golden globes. you excited about that? will it be a big night for "stranger things" or "la la land" or "jesus chriackie." we will take you on a tour offavorites. >> we catch up with some of the
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show's stars of "this is us." >> we are huddled up. we have a recipe for fish. it looks good. we should note our beautiful tree behind us. you can look at the crane there. they are actually taking down the star as we talk. >> everybody in the crowd says aww! >> it will be back. >> i guess i'll take mine down today. >> i took mine down yesterday. >> i took mine down the day after. is that wrong? >> no, that's all right. >> we just saw our first flurries. do you want to know the temperature? >> not really. >> it is 13 degrees. everyone here is impressive. how does 13 degrees feel? i'll go ahead and say not bad. >> 13 degrees. it feels like 10. >> we have to hang in on this one. let's take you outside and show you what it looks like for the weather. we have flurries here. farther north, heavy snow continue throughout the day. once that cold air filters in.
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heavy snow. look at the words. once you get to cape, they have blizzard warnings in effect. we have increased the snow for boston. 6 to 10 inches of snow possible. icing in portland. you can see .50 inch of ice today. in the west, 10 to 20 inches of rain. keep in mind, you had a good 2 feet and some places 7 feet of snow in the sierra. you add 20 inches of water. a huge flood good morning. i'm first alert meteorologist crystal klei. a large area of snow from a system to the south is pressing our direction, means snow expected through at least the southern half of our viewing area today. in fact, we're under a first alert for that. new jersey and delaware, aside from northern new castle county under the first alert. from when? now through 7:00 tonight. we're looking a the heaviest snow totals.
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dangerous travel potential. 7 inches and above. okay. we actually have a first timer here. you are from miami? >> first time. >> first time seeing snow. >> it gets old fast. >> it gets old fast. >> this cold crowd is getting wacky. up next, golden globes predictions. who should win? who will win? plus, have you ever wondered why your favorite stars walk the red carpet? why is that carpet red? we have the answer to that question right after this. (man) my dad and i have the same eyes. same nose. same toughness. and since he's had moderate alzheimer's disease, the same never quit attitude. that's why i asked his doctor about once-a-day namzaric.
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( ♪ ) ♪ they tell me i'm wrong ♪ ♪ to want to stand alongside my, my love ♪ ♪ whoa, talkin' 'bout my love ♪ tomorrow night's golden globes on nbc don't just kick off the awards season, it is the first time you will see the celebrities walk the red carpet. >> if you wonder why they walk the red carpet in the first place, joelle has the answer. >> it happens a handful of times a year. hollywood and hot coutoure collide on a crimson carpet. at the golden globes, a lot of attention will go to who walks
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away with the golden statue. now the pre-awards show is a spectacle to it self. must-see tv. thanks to the four simple words. >> who are you wearing? >> reporter: before they walk down the carpet, do you wonder how the tradition came to be? the red carpet has a back story. dating back to 458 bc. welcome demonstrated by rolling out a long red carpet mentioned in the play agamemnon. it was associated with gods and kings until 1821 when presidents walked on red. thanks to james monroe. it was the train company that coined the phrase red carpet treatment. they started rolling them out to welcome vip passengers. the ckoconcept did not hit tins town until 1942. hollywood's first ever premiere.
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before the days of tabloids, it was the place for stars to be seen and sought out. in 1995, one woman single handedly revolutionized it. >> is that the pig from "babe?" you really look like a defrocked priest. >> joan rivers made red carpet spotting a sport. and helped launch a new age of coverage. >> i don't think the red carpet would be close to what it is today without my mom. it was once said that we turned walking into a building into an event. >> reporter: now when we hear red carpet, we think of iconic moments from liz and marilyn to lupita's iconic looks. and cher and bjork. >> they have iconic images that
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will live forever. >> reporter: big business is at stake. what they wear could attract an ad. >> the world's biggest runway with the world's most beautiful women wearing the world's most beautiful clothes. >> reporter: from the ancient roots to the glam cam, it is still making history. hollywood history. for "today" joelle gargulo, nbc news. >> for the latest on the golden globes, we have phil with us. >> the drama category is a big one. which film should win? >> it is a race with "moonlight" and "lion." very bold take on black culture. however however, if there is a big shocker, it will be "lion" winning everything.
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a lot of people saying they are moved by the story and setting and powerful ending. maybe "lion" spoils. >> we have 20th century women, "deadpool" and florence foster jenkins. which movie should win? >> as everyone wants "deadpool" to win. it will be "la la land." i hate to break it to you. it is from the performances to the way it looks and makes you feel. lock it in for "la la." lock it in for the oscars. emma stone and natalie portman. uncanny as former first lady jackie kennedy. tough and heartbreaking performance. emma stone. smart girl next door with the big hollywood dreams. it will be fun watching these
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women go face-to-face at the oscars. who will win then? >> bring on the double box. >> sticking with movies. best actor in a drama. >> between denzel washington and casey affleck. "fences" is phenomenal. one of the best i have seen in the last 20 years. denzel should win. i think casey affleck will win. crushing performance in "manchester by the sea." never nominated before. he is the cinderella story. viola davis. nominated five times. she will win. >> sheinelle said denzel should win everything. >> best musical comedy. "battle of the ryans." >> this is where the "deadpool"
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fans entered here. he surprised a lot of people. give it to reynolds. gosing no, ma' gosling. hey, girl. guess who is winning the golden globes? >> we were going to talk tv. we are running out of time. "this is us." >> thank you so much, erik. you can catch the golden globes here tomorrow night starting with the red carpet special at 7:00 eastern/4:00 eastern. it is hosted by al and natalie and jenna bush. and we will cover nbc's "this is us" when we come back
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"this is us" could be a winner at the golden globes. >> i had a chance to sit down with the cast in los angeles to ask why they think people are so connected to this show. when you ask people why they can't get enough of the drama "this is us" it seems everybody relates to somebody in the cast. >> it's real life. no matter what walk of life. >> my water just broke. >> when we meet the pearsons, we learn that family life, like our own, is complicated. >> with oyour wife is in distre. >> it's a struggle. >> i'm not that great. >> it's unpredictable. >> fire station and i invited him into our home. >> it's love. >> two days ago, i was walking down the street. a woman pushing the stroller goes, so good! >> i think because the nature of
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the show, too, it elicits people to be super vulnerable about what is happening in their lives and marriages and with their relationships with siblings. it is interesting to be part of something that feels important. >> "this is us" begins as new parents as they learn they are having triplets. fans cry with them as they lose one and in a twist of fate, gain another. >> big three. >> big three! >> justin rthaley, one of the three, is a bit of a lost soul. >> when we found him,e h was in freefall. him kind of realizing how people saw him. people's perception of him. saying that is not who i am. >> shame on me for taking the money. shame on you for making me famous. >> kevin's twin is also struggling to find herself. >> i've got to get a handle on myself, on the weight, all of
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it. >> beautiful brown eyes. >> the other major player in all of this is randall played by sterling k. brown who is on a quest to find his biological father. >> my name is randall. i'm your biological son. >> sterling, myself, lost my father when i was 10 years old. the idea of wanting to connect with a paternal figure is something that speaks to my soul in a concrete visceral way. >> when he finds me, it is a real moment. i don't really know what to say. i'm waiting for you. >> you want to come in? >> okay. >> i like the way you do that. >> i like your face. >> randall and beth at the base of their relationship is -- >> did you just come up with that? >> is art and soul. that ties it in. >> here you go pilgram.
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>> and mandy moore's character ages, jack is no longer there. >> i watch. i know i have to know he eventually. >> not for a long time. >> a long time. >> you will forget. we hit you with it. >> tears. >> i will say that i think the end of this season, the first season is going to be very upsetting. >> powerful. >> like their fans, the actors say the story leaves them on the edge of their seat. >> everything that -- >> just stop! >> when i go to watch it, i like to wait until tuesday and get my popcorn and sit there and batwa it like a fan, too. i think also it's the fact that all of us admire each other's work. we have so much respect. >> it's like family. like it really is like family.
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>> everything is firing on all cylinders. the people you work with. the material. the time in your life. all of it just coalesced at the right moment. you feel so lucky. >> there are some really powerful scenes in "this is us" which is part of the reason it is up for so many awards. if you would like to see more of the interview, i have so much as well as what each cast member names as their favorite scene, go to today.com. "this is us kw" returns tuesday night at a special time 10:0 p.m. eastern/9:00 pacific. >> that show. one of the things i really enjoy, it is perfectly cast. the writing is just fantastic. i hope it has a huge night. >> go to today.com. it is interesting for you to hear their favorite scenes. up next, a great seafood
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right now at lowe's. ♪ and on "today food" we start the new year off right with the wonderful fish recipe. good morning. thank you for coming in. chef and owner over on 29th street in new york city. the vine restaurants here in new york city. showing off a black cod dish.
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>> four ingredients. five. >> let's start with the ingredients. >> we have the honey. this is the black cod. we have the vinegar. white wine vinegar and grape segrapeseed oil. in the bowl here, i have the honey. i will mix the ingredients. the soy sauce. you want to whisk? >> absolutely i can whisk it for you. >> put the vinegar? >> this is thick. >> why grapeseed oil? >> it is bland. that's good. we put the fish inside. this is filet. >> you patted those dry?
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>> exactly. we can remove the waste. then i'll let it marinade. soak it and cover. let it marinade overnight. 12 to 24 hours. put the can over it. >> that's clever. >> everything is sinking on the bottom of the bowl. >> your trick of the morning. >> trick to marinade. >> this is after. very simple. i'm seasoning them with salt and pepper lightly. >> it's that marinade. >> you bake at 450? >> bake at 450. >> voila. >> this may be some of the best fish i ever tasted. i was just about to say. >> i don't mean to say that. this is something you can make. even sheinelle can do it. >> this is true.
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it is doable. >> i forgot to mention. if you don't make black cod. you can replace with chilean seabass. >> we have a celery puree here. >> all about the presentation. >> when you put your fork into the fish. juices come out of it. it is so good. >> you are missing out, craig. >> thank you so much. i'm not missing out. i'll try it. it looks beautiful. before we go, we want to say congratulations to our wonderful supervising producer. sarah. she just gave birth to a little boy. hudson michael. there they are. hudson michael. all the best to hudson and sarah and eric. the baby boom continues. >> it's in the water. >> you want some of our water? >> stick around long enough. >> that will do it for us on
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saturday morning. good morning. just ahead on nbc 10 news today. the snow is coming down across much of our region this morning. the flakes first started falling here in ocean city. we'll see who will bear the brunt of the storm. taking a look at the first alert radar. snow has spread across the board. where the heaviest snow is falling now and what to expect for the rest of your day with totals. driving will be dicey. it will be an all-day weather event. we're talking with the crews to see what they're doing to clear the way. coming up at nbc 10 news today at 9:00. take mucinex dm. it'll take care of your cough. fine! i'll text you in 4 hours when your cough returns. one pill lasts 12 hours, so... looks like i'm good all night! ah! david, please, listen.
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we're tracking snow on this saturday. you could see more than half a foot of snow before the day is
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over. cold and blustery in philadelphia. the flakes just started falling within the hour. you may run into trouble if empower traveling this morning. philadelphia international is reporting cancellations. we've got you covered with the latest conditions from around the region. good morning. this is nbc 10 news today. i'm rosemary connors. almost 9:00 on the snowy saturday. we have plenty to show you. a live ak the ocean city. the beach covered with a blanket of fresh powder. the snow has been falling here for almost four hours. it will continue late into the day. we have a team of reporters down the shore in delaware and in philadelphia. plus, traffic reporter francesca watching the roads for us. we begin with meteorologist krystal klei who has an update on the track of the storm. >> yeah. let's talk temperatures and live
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cams. it tells the story. first off. a lot of questions from people saying icing concerns? anything falling is snow. look at the temperatures. 22 in philadelphia. you can barely see through the live cam. 19 in the suburbs. this is a look at chester county. we're starting to see some snow move in. new jersey the ocean city cam at 21 degrees. low 20s, the lehigh valley to delaware. notice the lehigh valley cam even seeing snow falling now. the only spot holding out in our entire region is wilmington. we still haven't seen reports of snow. here is a look at your first alert radar. the wide view. i want to show off while we've been seeing snow move through for a couple of hours now. over most of our area we have a lot of snow left to go down farther to the south and west. and we're staying on the cold side of this storm system. you see the rain line. that stays to the south of us. we're not going to see that move into our area yet. here is the cr

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