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monastic amy: rain for your morning commute followed by thunderstorms this afternoon. good morning. breaking overnight. two members of that group of protesters occupying a federal building in oregon shot by police during a traffic stop. one man dead, seven others behindars, cliending ing cluding the leader. the protest isn't over. donald trump says he's going to switch tomorrow night's debate on fox because he doesn't like one of the moderators. >> they can't toy like me like they do everyone else.
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scared and challenging him to a personal dual. >> i would like to invite donald right now to engage in a one on one debate with me any time caucuses. >> with five days to go, with a trump-free debate make a difference? super controversy. the nfl investigating broncos quarterback peyton manning over allegations that a performance-enhancing drug was shipped to his home. how will the scandal impact the super bowl and denver's biggest star? honoring abe. acting legend abe vigoda, roles in "the godfather." >> it was always business. i always liked him. >> bar "barney miller." he dies at the age of 94. we'll say good-bye to a friend today, wednesday, january 27th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news,
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and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning. abe, abe, abe. abe vigoda has died. 94 years old. amazing actor in movies like that, the "godfather." on television, shows like "barney miller." that face, who could forget that face and that sense of humor? >> what about that big heart? so many times he came to stud joe guests. you don't kiss anyone on the head, matt. we'll look back shortly. our top story, one protester in oregon shot dead, eight others arrested at the fbi and police look to end the siege at a wildlife refuge. >> good morning. 25 days into this occupation, authorities decided it was time
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turned violent. the confrontation turned out not at the wildlife refuge but a highway 50 miles away. some members of the anti-government group were driving to a community meeting. >> reporter: along a rural highway, the fbi and oregon state police stopped the occupying vehicles to arrest members of the group when authorities say shots were fired. though they would not elaborate on two fire ed who fired. lavoy finicum was shot, who was a spokesperson. >> there are things more important than your life, and freedom is one of them. >> reporter: nbc spoke by phone with finicum's daughter. >> i want to know why. i know my dad. he would never put someone's life in jeopardy. he would only defend his life. >> reporter: another was injured, treated at the hospital and turned over to the fbi. in all, eight anti-government occupiers are behind bars,
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bundy and his brother. 59-year-old cox was also arrested. we saw her making soup shortly after the occupation began. >> we are setting ourselves up to help them reclaim their land back. >> i have to go again. >> reporter: another arrest happened in arizona, where john had returned home. he posted a video on facebook, hugging his kids before turning himself in. the armed protesters took control of the wildlife refuge on january 2nd. they're calling for local control of the federal land and demanding freedom for two oregon ranchers convicted of lighting fires on government land. many county residents wanted the group to leave, but authorities made no forceful attempt to stop the occupation until now. >> some armed militants remain at the refuge. the occupation isn't over,
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those arrested face felony charges of conspiracy to impede officers. >> thank you. another major story this morning. donald trump's decision to pull out of tomorrow night's republican presidential debate, which comes just days before the iowa caucuses. we have complete coverage, beginning with nba national correspondent peter alexander. good morning. >> matt, good morning. we're live this morning from iowa. barely 100 hours out from caucus day. this, of course, is farm country, which is fitting given the fact that donald trump is locked in a high stakes game of chicken with both fox news and ted cruz. >> reporter: taking a page out of his art of the deal play book, donald trump is walking away from the table. abruptly announcing he'll skip tomorrow night's republican debate. >> let's see how much money fox is going to make on the debate without me, okay? let's see. >> reporter: a trump aide telling nbc news it's not under consideration is and his word is bond. rival ted cruz immediately
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one, 90-minute debate dual, and hit the billionaire for backing out. >> donald is a fragile soul. if someone did that, didn't show up at the interview, you know what you'd say? you're fired. >> reporter: trump's latest fox news feud escalated after the network criticized trump and he again slammed megyn kelly for being unfair. their dispute dating back to the last debate when they went head to head on her questions about women. kelly responded to the air last night. >> trump has repeatedly brought up that exchange as evidence as alleged bias. it was a tough but fair question, and we agreed to disagree. >> reporter: the network fired back overnight, with a statement charging trump's campaign manager with threatening kelly. we can't give into ter ter ter terrorizations with any employees.
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touting the endorsement, with another evangelical packing cruz. iowans are urged to vote for anyone but trump. trump's past comments on "meet the press." >> i'm pro choice. >> in 1999, you said you were pro choice in all respects. >> what did i say? read the full statement. >> are you a trustworthy. >> very trustworthy. more than you because you didn't read the question. >> i'm pro-choice. i hate the -- >> why didn't you say, when you asked the question before, that i hate the concept of abortion? do you apologize? >> i -- >> do you apologize? >> do i apologize for reading your words? >> for not reading my words. >> i'm very pro choice. >> do you apologize for not reading my words? >> of course, we never apologized.
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debate, you decide if it's a bluff or mistake. donald trump isn't letting up. again this morning on twitter, calling megyn kelly a lightweight reporter. he plans to hold a simultaneous event on thursday to support veterans and wounded ware ed ed warriors. >> thank you, peter. let's turn to michael, who is in des moines this morning. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> it's always been an article of faith in republican campaigns that you tiptoe around fox news or don't antagonize fox news. that's the republican electorate. is donald trump smart or will he live to regret this one? >> i think he's on track to dominate the news. we've moved from the silly season here to tension city. days to go before the voting. fox news put out a very provocative, confrontational statement. they showed donald trump one finger, and donald trump showed them one finger and then punched
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he has thrown the debate into chaos in the closing days in iowa. he is showing strength, which is his brand, and he's got some endorsements and other tricks up his sleeve to do what he's done the whole campaign, dominate. >> let's talk about this. you talked about the punch and counter punch. this seems to have set trump off. a fox news spokeswoman gave this statement, we learned from a back channel the ayatollah and putin plan to treat donald trump unfairly when he becomes president, and trump has his own secret plan to replace the cabinet with twitter followers to see if he should even go to the meetings. what was the strategy there? was that smart of fox, to spoke the bear? >> no. journalistically and tactically, it wasn't a good move. a news organization sponsoring a debate should treat all participants with respect and itself. fox decided to continue to go
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they have a right to have megyn kelly be a moderator. trump can decide whether to participate. but putting out that provocative statement, they gave him not just an excuse but, i think, a genuine rational to say, i'm not going to show up by an organization that's taunting me. >> ted cruz wasted no time. he jumped in and said, look, i'll challenge you, donald, to a one on one debate with no moderator, seemingly taking away the obstacles. how can trump duck that? >> well, it's going to be an interesting question, to see whether cruz keeps that up and if it becomes an issue. ted cruz must win iowa more than donald trump. the stakes are higher for him. trump leads in the other 49 states effectively. trump, i don't think, will do a one on one debate with cruz. make no mistake, right now, trump has a lot of momentum going on in iowa.
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trump is trying hard to win. cruz has to stop him. i'm not sure fighting about debate it is the way to stop donald trump. >> mark in des moines, thank you. for the democrats, bernie sanders heads to the white house today for a sit down with president obama. the president remained neutral for months but this week in an interview, he heaped praise on hillary clinton, saying she was, quote, more experienced than any non-vice president has ever been seeking the office. we will be live next monday for complete coverage of the caucuses. dangerous situation in california. we showed you this video on tuesday. costal erosion leaving several apartment buildings teetering on the edge of a cliff. incredibly, some residents are fighting to stay in their homes. nbc's gabe gutierrez is there. good morning. >> matt, good morning. city officials plan to be out here twice a day to inspect this land. there are 20 apartment units
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are refusing to budge. >> reporter: it's the cliff cliff-hanger that's drawn worldwide attention. this morning, residents insist it's safe. >> where else can you live along the coast for $1500 a month? it's a poor man's malibu. >> reporter: mark isn't ready to say good-bye to the view, so he filed an appeal, challenging the evacuation order. >> if you're not living on the edge, you're taking up too much space. >> reporter: michelle has lived in pacifica five years. >> i love it here. i'm not willing to leave. >> reporter: she's among the few still spending the night here, ignoring the yellow signs. >> to say, oh, we have to get out, why? if it falls, it's not going to fall in ten seconds. plenty of time to get out the front door. >> reporter: the erosion blamed on a ferocious el nino. strong storms pacifica has battled before. city council members approved an emergency declaration, allowing
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residents are allowed in the units to pack during the day, but police say there's no deadline for them to finish moving out. >> do you feel safe here? >> at this point right now, yes, i do. >> reporter: still, he says he's complying with the evacvation evacuation order. packing up his closet and figuring out what's next for him and his dog. >> things happen for a reason, but i think they're making more out of that than they need to be. >> this area has dealt with this before. two other apartment buildings nearby were evacuated in 2010 and sat unoccupied since then. more rain is expected here later this week. matt? >> gabe gutierrez, thank you very much. there are new developments flint, michigan. the mayor says it could cost $1.5 billion to fix the lead-contaminated water system there. nbc news learned from water officials there are currently no lead pipes being replaced.
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any work since the october announcement that the water wasn't safe. also on tuesday, health care workers conducted hundreds of checks on children for lead exposure. the testing is offered to children 6 years of age and younger. by the way, rachel maddow will host a town hall with the residents tonight at 9:00. two major airlines said they'll offer refunds to passengers with tickets to the affected regions of zika. american airlines policy is restrictive. it says the airline will offer refunds to pregnant women if they have a doctor's note saying they're unable to travel to five specific cities in central and south america. the zika virus has been linked to birth defects in brazil and thought to be spreading to other regions of the world. the case of the affluenza teen is in the news.
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officially dropped his bid to stay in mexico, which means he could be sent back to texas in the next 48 hours. couch and his mother, as you remember, fled to mexico late last year after a video surfaced which appeared to show him around alcohol at a party. that would have been a violation of his probation. they were later arrested in mexico. his mother remains free on bond. there is big news from the tech world this morning. apple bracing for its biggest sales, decline in 13 years. the tech giant said revenue could fall 8% this quarter compared to a year earlier. analysts say the latest iphone models aren't providing the boost apple needs to match the massive sales growth it enjoyed last year. apple's ceo cook points to global economic uncertainty saying, quote, we're seeing extreme conditions, unlike anything we've experienced before. al joins us. what's going on in the weather?
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>> not as busy as we've been, but we're watching florida which has seen a lot of rain thanks to the el nino jet. it continues today. more heavy showers and thunderstorms. there is a risk of storms from tampa to the keys. we could be looking at tornadoes, damaging winds and south. we're looking for somewhere from about an inch to three to four inches of rain, especially in federal central florida. rest of the country, showers in the pacific northwest. also, a storm could be coming on shore that could be a snow maker. wet weather through the southeast and lake-effect snow showers around the great lakes. we're going to get to your local forecast coming up day with a perfectly balanced mug of... i've got this.pmom! to be on top of your mom game...vnailed it! thanks so much. you need a balanced coffee you
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our friend actor abe vigoda has died. the 94-year-old was best known for his roles in "the godfather" and on television in "barney miller." he was special to us, lighting up the studio whenever he dropped by. >> reporter: he was the character actor with the unforgettably expressive face, that made him look world weary and wise, to a career that spanned almost 70 years on stage, screen and television. >> you can't do that it. it screws up my arrangements. >> reporter: when you saw the face in "the godfather," you knew he was going to get whacked. >> i always liked him. >> i know. you loved me. >> reporter: it was the face that defined the character of the detective with the dry sense of humor on "barney miller." >> emergency, you'd be the first one i would call. >> you should call me first.
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>> thank you so much. >> reporter: babe was abe was a good friend on "today." when they projected what i might look like in the future. >> the similarities are striking. >> reporter: there was the face again. >> abe vigoda, ladies and gentlemen. >> reporter: he would always play along. >> what did you think when you heard about this comparison thing? >> i was excited. >> okay. >> is that your excited face? >> there it is. >> reporter: he even laughed at the reports that he had died, started by a "people" magazine reporter in 1982. >> she said that we're sorry that the late abe vigoda is not -- in fact, i must be dead. >> look at this. >> he looks like my grandson. >> we adored him. >> thank you, abe.
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>> you know, one of the things i always remember about "barney miller" the television show is they'd have jokes where the vigoda. i marvelled at him. we loved him. so gracious. just adorable. i can see why everybody will >> 94 years young. our condolences to his family. peyton manning facing an nfl investigation over human growth hormone claims. what the league is saying about that this morning. the oprah effect. a tweet about losing weight on weight watchers that made her richer. first, this is "today" on
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announcer: local, live, late-breaking. this is wesh 2 news sunrise in high definition. jazmine: good wednesday morning. brett: it is 7:26. a wet start throughout central florida. amy sweezey is tracking more of it. amy: we have got this initial area of rain rolling through. a cold front arrives. rain on and off all day today. thunderstorms too. the strongest ones are south of us, lake okeechobee into south florida. possibly seeing a thunderstorm watch later this morning. southern brevard we are going to watch the northern end of this for you, but it has really been rain. light rain where you see the green colors and the yellow color showing up tomorrow -- to moderate showers we will continue to watch the rain push
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arrives later today we will see showers and storms push off the coast and the possibility of gusts. question. cooler and drier by friday. ted: message right out there. i-4 played with accidents. multiple accents throughout central florida. i-4 eastbound, two lanes blocked the four u.s. 92 international speedway boulevard. lots of brake lights i-4 and fairbanks. that is lake mary westbound all the way to just past colonial drive. we have a crash near colonial that is blocking a right lane. a bus blocking all mains, -- lanes, they moved it off to the side. seminole county down to 50, dean road is a backup.
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i'm gonna stand by you back now at 7:30 on this wednesday morning, the 27th of january, 2016. we would recognize that shot, the empire state building. we have great folks on our plaza. happy birthday to my mom, nancy. >> happy birthday. >> will you see her? >> no. i was going to -- i don't want to tell you because she'll watch it and know. >> sending her a hug. >> taking a look at the headlines. a shooting on an oregon highway during a confrontation between
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occupying a federal building. police it ended in the death of one member of the group. arrests including the brothers leading the occupation are behind bars. another member responded to the incident overnight. >> peace and resolution and then you kill one of my friends, and say you can say freely but arrest someone who isn't here, what do you believe anymore? >> for the occupation, it isn't over. several armed protesters remain at that refuge. donald trump will skip tomorrow's republican presidential debate following complaints that news anchor megyn kelly would be a moderator. >> let's see how much money fox is going to make on the debate without me, okay? all right? let's see. >> trump's rival ted cruz was quick to pounce. >> if he's unwilling to stand on the debate stage with the other candidates, i'd like to invite
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one debate with me any time between now and the iowa caucuses. >> trump says he plans to hold his own event in iowa during that debate and raise money for wounded veterans. good news, the nation's capital slowly returning to normal after the blizzard. schools and government offices reopening today for the first time in nearly a week. also this morning, nfl star peyton manning is facing more questions about a claim that hgh was sent to his home as his broncos prepare for the super bowl. today, craig melvin is here with the story. >> good morning. with days to go until football's biggest game, word this morning the nfl is investigating one of its biggest stars, peyton manning. we're told the investigation will consist of reviews of records, interviews and coordination with other agencies. >> reporter: back in the super bowl and under investigation.
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are conducting a, quote, ongoing and comprehensive review of broncos quarterback peyton manning. this following allegations he received shipments of hgh or human growth hormone. the league says the review has been going on for weeks. they will not have results before manning taking the field again in 11 days for super bowl 50. that makes any potential punishment unclear, since the investigation could stretch beyond manning's career itself. in footage released tuesday, the qb seemed to confirm speculation he'll hang up his cleats after the super bowl. "inside the nfl" captured to him talking to patriots coach belichick after sunday's afc championship. >> this might be my last rodeo, so it sure has been a pleasure. >> reporter: the broncos would not comment on the league's investigation. last month, al jazeera named manning, along with other pro football and baseball players,
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in indianapolis, where one intern claimed they mailed thes s the drugs to manning's wife. >> we'd be sending ashley drugs everywhere. it'd never be under peyton's name. it'd be under her name. >> reporter: the intern never said directly that manning was doping and later recanted his statements about shipment. manning himself strongly denied al jazeera's report and ever using hgh last month in comments to espn. >> it's fabricated, trash, garbage. more adjectives i'd like to be able to use. it really makes me sick. >> a manning spokesman and former white house spokesman told me last night that manning welcomes the league's investigation. this marks the second straight year that there has been some sort of controversy as the super bowl approaches. this time last year, we were talking about deflated footballs.
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now a big announcement from oprah winfrey. she tweeted about her weight watchers success and the company sear sored. natalie has more. >> oprah's endorsement seems to be the best thing since slice bread, which she proudly admits to eating every day on her mission to lose weight. >> this is the joy for me. >> reporter: oprah winfrey's winfrey's carb expression posted on her twitter feed tuesday in a video to her millions of followers. with a 10% stake, oprah's partnership and investment with weight watchers caused shares in the company to rise more than 20%. >> i lost 26 pounds, and i have eaten bread every single day. >> reporter: the single tweet causing the company's market value to rise by nearly $150
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>> starting the year off right. for me, it's a healthy breakfast. seven minute egg over a bed of greens. >> reporter: her own struggle with weight well documented over the years. looks like. >> reporter: put front and center in this video released last month for the company. failed. every time i tried again. every time i tried again. it's brought me to this. >> reporter: analysts expect the oprah effect to up profits 3%, making more dough for the queen of talk. >> she lost 26 pounds, but the tweet also netted her $19 million because of the stock price going up 20%. >> win-win. >> yeah, absolutely. >> as you would say, a lot of dough. >> lot of cliches. >> nat, thank you. let's get a check of the weather from mr. roker. >> if you can make a statement and a million per pound, it's
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>> not that she needed it. >> still nice. any event, what would be nice is a warmup. we are looking today at temperatures anywhere from 5 to 20 degrees above normal in the central plains from business ismarck to dallas. then houston, 66. after in 56 in birmingham. friday, it extends into atlanta, chicago, north platte, all the way to houston. 10 to 20 degrees above average. that's amy: the rain that we are dealing with this morning is going to continue all day long. right through the afternoon and evening and not only will we
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>> i need the cops here right away. somebody got shot. i got shot. >> reporter: when the call comes in -- >> male with a shotgun. >> reporter: too often, it is real. >> multiple shots fired. multiple people down. >> reporter: workplace shooters caught on camera. this one inside for an hour before police finally locate him. what if you and police could know exactly where the shooter is the moment the first shot is fired? these new, high-tech sensors can do it. called the active shooter detection system. >> this is the sensor here. normally, it'd be installed up and down the hallways. how does it work? >> when the gun is fired, there's a flash of light, followed by the bang of the bullet being fired. what the sensor does is looks for the flash with these infrared sensors in the bottom. we have highly sensitive, tuned detection microphones on top that listen for the bang in the gun. >> reporter: the system can pinpoint the shooter's location within inches. >> let's check it out. now, i'm inside an office
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>> when a situation like this unfolds, it's chaotic. no one knows where to go or what to do. this device will give us the information we need to go directly to the threat. >> the company says this technology is already installed in dozens of buildings from coast to coast. they don't like to broadcast exactly where, but they will tell us it's not just offices. it's also in schools. what is the cost? anywhere between $50,000 and a few hundred thousand dollars. for a big company, could be worth it. jeff, thank you. coming up on pop start, the beloved tv classic is about to get a long awaited reboot. you won't believe who was just cast to play michael jackson in a new movie. first, these m skincare now becomes skinactive. new garnier skinactive introducing clearly brighter. a new active daily moisturizer to brighten dull skin. packed with antioxidant vitamin c, e and active lha. it does more than moisturize, it actively smoothes, boosts radiance
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wet rain all morning. amy: we are dealing with rain rolling through central florida, strong storm to our south. there is still an area of low pressure on the way here in the next several hours so i am still monitoring these storms with the potential of strong-severe wind gusts later today. the strongest storms are in south florida just to the south of brevard county and pushing quickly over to the east. here it is just rain. there are showers, even moderate rains where you see that yellow color on the map and read coming down at a quarter of an inch per hour. new through three in the metro area pushing off the coast as we had through the evening commute. more rain tomorrow and we are cooler and drier when we get to friday. ted: it is a mess on the
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state road 429, causing a slowng i'm gonna stand by you 8:00 on "today." jamie-lynn sigler speaks out. the star opens up in her first live television interview since revealing she has ms. why she's finally sharing her story after keeping her battle a secret for 15 years. plus, tech overload. why it's so hard to resist scrolling, liking and checking for those updates. the toll all that connecting with can take on our brains. and it's a family affair. super stars angelina jolie and
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with their kids in the latest movie, "kung fu panda 3." >> did you have to convince them to do it? >> we forced them. get out there and do your job. earn some money for this family. today, wednesday, january 27th, 2016. >> we're sisters celebrating our graduation in new york. >> we're from oklahoma. >> shout out to my friends back in texas. i could use a little bit of your sweet kiss, your lips >> good morning, texas. >> shout out to hurt our kids. we love you. >> jacksonville, florida. hi, mom! we are back now. 8:00 on a wednesday morning, the 27th of january. this month went fast. >> it did.
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nice people out. it's kind of a damp morning here in the northeast. >> it is a little wet. by the way, you mentioned the month is almost over. meaning, start today is almost over. jill is here with one more steals and deals, hoping yo e ing ing to break you out of your style rut. >> we look forward to that. let's start by heading back inside. natalie has a check of the top stories. >> good morning. once again, officials are sorting out details of a deadly confrontation between police and armed protesters who occupied a federal wildlife refuge in gunfire broke out after the fbi and oregon state police stopped highway. a spokesman for the group, lavoy finicum was killed, and another member wounded. eight suspects are under arrest, including ammon bundy. some protesters remain at the
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ted cruz is criticize ing his rival donald trump for pulling out of thursday night's fox news debate. trump complained that fox moderator megyn kelly is bias against him. cruz called trump a fragile soul and challenged him to a one on one debate. a prayer vigil is being held today for an indiana school principal who died heroically on tuesday. principal jordan pushed students out of harm's way when a school bus jumped the curb. two children were injured. jordan added personal touches, often cooking breakfast and handing out student birthday cards. crash investigate ors say there is no early evidence that drugs or alcohol were involved. there's an important new health recommendation for women. the u.s. preventive services task force says all primary care doctors should screen pregnant women and new mothers for signs of depression.
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we talked about postpartum depression. this group saying that this is preventive care and needs to happen during pregnancy and after. this is a big move. >> it is a big move, natalie. according to the american psychological association, 1 in 7 women experience the postpartum depression. 50% of those, it's their first episode of depression ever. the same percentage start to experience these symptoms during pregnancy. it's not just the postpartum period, which is why screening is important. >> women experience so many hormonal changes. how do you differentiate between the usual baby blues and depression? >> the baby blues should last up to two weeks or so. again, it's not a deficit, like day 15, you should be okay and if not, you have it. the symptoms would be the same as you can experience during regular depression. that is sadness, crying, depressed mood, loss of interest in doing things that normally would make you happy. there are, of course, unique
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the baby. feeling guilty. in any event, the screening doesn't take long. it's a good screening test for postpartum, ten questions, takes a couple minutes to answer. if you screen positive, you should be referred for more care. >> thank you. a frightening scene on tuesday after a national gas power garbage truck smoldered on a new jersey street. a neighbor was recording as this truck explodes. fortunately, nobody was injured, but two houses had to be evacuated and inspected for damage before the residents could return. a little boy's reaction was priceless when the canadien, white, slid the puck to him on tuesday night. a grown-up caught the puck but handed it to the young fan. the way his face lights up there, simply adorable. he's hugging the puck. probably put that one under the pillow last night and slept with
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>> natalie, thank you. coming up, the matador sparking outrage for holding his baby while riding a bull. what he's saying about the controversy. plus, the choice to play michael jackson in a new movie is raising eyebrows. first, "soprano" star jamie-lynn sigler is here for her first interview since what it can' t do. your calculus homework. what it can do. make you peanut butter happy. it' s a whole new
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we're back now at 8:08 with actress jamie-lynn sigler. perhaps best known for her role on "soprano." sigler revealed she's been living with multiple sclerosis nearly 15 years. she's with us in her first television interview since making the anounment. nouncement announcement. how are you? >> good. i feel relief. you know, i lived with this secret that caused me to have so many feelings of shame and guilt and fear for so many years. i think to finally sort of feel like i'm claiming my power back and being confident with the person that i am, i feel a great weight off my shoulders.
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immediately made the announcement, you felt >> yes. >> i was surprised to hear you say shame and guilt. why would you feel shame? >> it sounds crazy, but when i think, you know -- when you hold a secret, the feelings just come along with that, especially when you hold a secret as long as i did. you know, with something like ms, you know, you lose control over things that you once had. you. it can chip away at your self-worth, and you can feel lessened. a lot of negative feelings. you have to ask for help sometimes, which is something i'm not good at doing. but you have to be able to reach out. when you have a good support system, like i have, i think it helps a lot. it took me this long to be able to do this. >> your diagnosis came 15 years ago. your symptoms at the time were what? >> at the time, were minimal. it was heaviness, tingling in my
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then i went symptom free for quite some time. then during a stressful time in my life, i was going through a divorce at 24, 25, things started to happen. my symptoms now for the past five years have been hard, and they are weakness on my right side, little bit of coordination, high heels are hard for me. i love high heels but, unfortunately, it's limited. i cannot run. can't dance the way i used to. you know, things that are hard. >> you got the diagnosis. i believe you were shooting the fourth year of "sopranos." you didn't tell anyone for a couple of years. you mentioned guilt and shame. were you worried about how it would affect your career? >> yes, very much. one of the first people i told was an industry professional, and i know they were looking out for me at the time, but they said, i'm going to pretend you didn't tell me that. i don't think you should ever tell anyone you have this disease. people will limit you. people will judge you. they won't hire you. i took that advice. i was 20 years old.
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was the best thing. >> i was reading that you did tell some of your cast meat ates on the "sopranos" a couple years later. you know what i liked? they kept it a secret. >> they did. >> these friends, co-workers, never leaked it. nobody, not once. >> them and my friends and my family, they have fiercely protected me over these years. they've wanted me to come out and encouraged me, and i just wasn't ready. i was afraid. but i'm not anymore. >> you know, what was the reason to say now? >> yeah. >> you told me something in the commercial break, that you had actually prepared a post that you wanted to release when you made this announcement. it had been on your computer about six months. >> yeah. i feel like motherhood really changes -- changed me. it changes everyone. i didn't want to bring my son up in a home where he felt like he
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i wanted to be an example of strength and show him that despite what i have or my limitations, that everyone is deserving of opportunity and love and respect. you know, sometimes we have to work a little bit harder for it, but maybe it'll be a good example for him. >> you released a couple of tweets on that day, and you said, this is a hard but liberating day for me, and i hope together, we can help others and fight on. you said, i'm overwhelmed with all of you today. thank you from the bottom of my heart. i don't feel so alone. >> i was so overwhelmed with -- i didn't anticipate the level of responsibility that i now feel, of representing a group of people that suffer in silence. maybe don't feel represented. ms is different for everyone. it looks different in everyone. it's a hard thing to diagnosis. it's a hard pill to swallow. it's a frustrating disease and, you know, i know there's a lot of people that are better off
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i really hope i can change people's idea of what the disease is. >> the industry person that you told this to years ago, who said, don't ever tell anyone else this, do you feel differently now? do you want to work more? >> yes. >> do you think you'll be received with open arms? >> i hope so. i'm excited about the future. i'm excited to go back to work without feeling this -- that i have something to hide. i feel like i'll be a better actress now. i can show up and be me. i've been working with this disease. i've been working all these years. it was hard, but i'm really looking forward to the future. i understand that some people may not want to hire me and some people may. i'm open to it. i have every intention of continuing my career. >> if people don't want to hire you, their loss. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> i appreciate it. jamie-lynn, great to see you. >> you, too. al, let's get a check of the weather. >> lot of bravery. storm system will be coming on
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over the next several days and another behind that. rainfall amounts, we're talking, some places in northern california, southern oregon, upwards of 6 to 7 inches on the slopes of the olympics. then we've also got a lot of snow going into the rockies, making its way into the cascades and down into the sierra, which is good news for the snow amy: the rain that we are dealing with this morning is going to continue all day long. right through the afternoon and evening and not only will we have rain, we will have thunderstorms as well. >> that is your latest weather. savannah?
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now, it is time for trending. >> here we go. extremely controversial. extremely dangerous. well, add a little more controversy. one matador is taking heat for juggling two tasks at once. his name? >> bob francisco rivera. >> one of the most famous matadors in spain. he's holding his daughter while fighting a bull. the instagram post garnered thousands of likes but also a lot of critical comments. child pektive rotective services is investigating. francisco said this is part of his culture and his daughter couldn't be somewhere safer, other than his arms. he claims bullfighting is a family tradition. he posted this picture of him on his father's shoulders when his
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what do we think? >> outraged. francisco was gorged last year, nearly died. his father was gored to death. not the family history -- >> there are safer places. >> i know. i think you want to be culturally sensitive but there's just -- >> at home in the crib. >> animals are unpredictable. >> ever send an embarrassing text to an ex, wished someone stopped you? >> never. >> there is an app that will stop you. it's called drunk mode. when you turn it on and try to text or call someone, the app prompted you to solve a math problem. if you solve it correctly, it'll let you text. if not, you're out. it also has a bread crumb feature. this is weird. it tracks your movements from the night before, allowing you to retrace your steps if need be. >> so you blacked out?
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file it under things i wish existed when i was 25. >> if there is a nobel prize for app developers, that is it right there. >> i know. i need a breathalyzer on the twitter account. people send you nasty grams. on saturday night, i'll be like, step away. >> don't do it. >> look at this. >> couple weird posts from her, texts, no question. a bill is being proposed in the washington state senate to writing. any guesses? >> high ro cave and a marker? >> no, cursive. students in washington grade schools to learn to read and write in cursive. the bill's sponsor said she was inspired to get behind the bill after learning her grandson couldn't read a note written by one of her constituents. before.
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subject? >> it's a loss. cursive is a beautiful -- it leads to your signature. >> nothing nicer than a handwritten note. >> you don't like it in all block letters? >> i wouldn't mind it. newspaper letters. >> what do you think? you have a beautiful cursive hand. >> i have a combination hand. i do some script letters and block letters in the middle of words. >> you have a lot of swirly. >> john hancock. >> some want to not teach it anymore. that's the debate. >> a look from behind the scenes of a fuller house and a casting choice that has people going, huh? tamron has pop start. >> more than huh. first up, we have a little less than a month from the "fuller house" release. the new series will focus on dj tanner fuller asking her sister
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to help her raise her three boys. to help us count down the days, netflix released a feature of the cast on the set. >> it's crazy to be back here again. we are >> we are a family and have been since we started this show 28 years ago. we've only gotten closer. >> the first time we were all together as a cast again was at the table read, and it was kind of like we'd never left. >> circle the calendar. "fuller house" comes out on february 26th. next up, the 1970s classic "little house on the prairie." it's getting a reboot. the iconic show is going to be remade as a movie. it's interesting. by paramount pictures. it's based off of laura's popular books. gilbert became popular as her role as laura on the show. no word on who will be cast as
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>> that's bigger than "fuller house" for me. were you allowed to watch "fantasy island?" >> yeah, then i went to -- >> are you doing your grocery list in your head? >> yeah, i never watched it. >> you missed out. >> "fantasy island". >> yeah. >> white suit, it was good. controversy that we were talking about. joseph fiennes has been cast to play michael jackson in an upcoming movie. he's british and known for his role in "shakespearean love." he was cast as the king of pop, who is black. the casting concerns haven't been addressed but the role is called a challenge.
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9/11, went on a road trip, and this is the premise. >> i thought it was the start of a joke. >> they walk into a bar. >> well, the casting has gotten -- >> it's supposed to be -- this is a serious casting choice? not some -- >> keenan thompson is going to play -- >> marlon. >> yeah. >> tamron, thank you very much. now, we're launching a new series that we're calling "today's digital divide." we spend a lot of time jumping between computers and smartphones, constantly connected to updates in our work and personal lives. >> occasionally drunk texting, as well. we decided to look at the effects it's having on us, beginning with our brains. >> reporter: from the moment we wake up, we are connected. the dawn of the digital age has brought efficiency and
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that information can feel overwhelming. to see what it's doing to our brains, we asked some of the finest minds around at the massachusetts institute of technology. dr. mill ser er is a professor of neuro science. we asked how the human mind is adapting to multi-tasking, using the digital tools. >> the brain has difficulty processing multiple bits of data at once. we're single minded. >> reporter: to demonstrate, we put volunteers through a couple tests. >> something is different between these scenes. skoons you notice, tell me what it is. >> reporter: with the pictures switches two seconds, she misses the disappearing trees. >> i don't see anything different. >> she didn't do better with the moving railings. >> your brain has limited capacity for simultaneous spots. your eye moves five places a second. your brain is taking in information and your brain pieces it all together into an
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more than it can. >> reporter: next, he had us see how we can stumble white switching tasks. >> no one can multi-task well, and below the line, write, the numbers 1 through 20. now switch back and forth. >> reporter: more difficult. it takes twice a long, and mistakes. >> if your brain could multitask, you wouldn't have problems switching between numbers and letters. >> reporter: even though our brains aren't built to handle the information, we can't help ourselves. >> your brain evolves to find information rewarding, to find new information rewarding. the information might be very important for your survival. >> reporter: we're hard wired to check that latest e-mail or tweet, while also trying to carry on a conversation or read a book. what are all these distractions really doing to our brains? we asked dr. bob and his
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they're using tube magnetic imaging scanners to map out what happens when you're distracted. the subject is asked to focus on the faces or the houses, as images of both flash by in this video. >> when you're recognizing faces you're using a face processing region. when you have the distraction from the houses, the signal for the face processing can be reduced. there's just not as much neural signal there, when you have the distracting information around. >> reporter: how does that translate to juggling your smartphone when doing other task tasks? >> you simply cannot be as good in processing the task at hand when you have to also filter out all the distraction. people are kidding themselves. >> reporter: for all of us self-proclaimed masters of multitasks, it looks like the joke is on us. >> i have trouble single tasks. >> right? >> i do. >> it's true. dr. miller says our modern
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we need to focus on a single task when we use them. try to limit your distractions and you'll get more time. by definition, you're doing one thing, and the text message pops up. >> then you get lost in thought. coming up, angelina jolie and jack black open up about working with their families in
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>> this is a west two news update. -- wesh 2 news update. brett: a wet start to the day and more is in the future. amy: it has been raining all morning. initial showers making their way off the coast that we have a cold front and are going to see more showers developing as we had through the afternoon. in south florida, this line here pushing off the coast very quickly. it has been rain so far and notice a lot of our rain -- we are going to get a break for a short amount of time and by lunchtime, that low moves in. we have the possibility of strong-severe wind gusts, even an isolated tornado possible that will push off the coast as we had through the evening commute.
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drier air. >> monster backup on lake jesup and does not clear into downtown orlando. from seminole into orange, 95 southbound at u.s. 92, blocked. backup plan.
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8:30 now on this wednesday morning. 27th of january, 2016. chilly day out on our plaza. we are smack dab in the middle of winter, and we say hello to the folks who decided to come out. >> yes, we do. thank you. >> do you ever feel like you're
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jill martin is about to make one lucky couple feel great with a brand-new look. the best part? you can get it, too, because their outfits are part of a special steals and deals. >> fantastic. also, angelina jolie and jack black talk about their new movie, "kung fu panda 3," their kids' parts in it and if they want their kids to be in hollywood. it's casserole time. coming up, a one-dish dinner from one of new york city's hottest chefs. casserole or cassulae? >> what's the difference? >> one is french. >> check of the weather, al? >> let's see what we have for you. that's right. very nice. rip currents down along the southeastern coast as the cold front brings showers and
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more high surf and heavy rain in the pacific northwest. lake-effect snow around the great lakes. california coast. around the great lakes. the rain continues down in florida with some showers along the carolina coastline. some sunshine breaks out in the temperatures. slowly warming in the plains. plenty of sunshine all the way down amy: the rain that we are dealing with this morning is going to continue all day long. right through the afternoon and evening and not only will we
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>> that is your latest weather. now, let's head back inside to savannah. >> all right, al, thanks. now our today series. jill martin has been very busy this month, helping us cleanse our minds, fitness routines, took on this horrible room in my house. you've outdone yourself. >> this has been an exciting month for all of us. so many of you asked me, help me get out of my style rut. this week, we decided to whip your wardrobe into shape. we searched for a deserving couple who wanted to add sparkle to their marriage. let's meet diane and paul. >> i'm diane. i've been marry ied to my husband paul six years now. we have a 10 month old daughter, liliana. i'm a stay at home mom, so my days consist of chasing her around the house, diaper changes, laundry. it's not a glamorous life. >> my wife literally spends all of her time taking care of our
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not home. so she really deserves to have some time where it's all about her. >> every morning i wake up, i put on the same mom outfit, yoga pants and a t-shirt. i brush my hair into a ponytail and that's my look. >> i'll spend long hours at work often, so when i am off of work, i'm just anxious to get home to my beautiful wife and daughter. so i don't spend much time shopping for clothes or doing my hair. i kind of run some mousse through it at the beginning of the day and that's it. >> it's a new year and time for me to focus more on myself. >> she deserves it, and i'm really grateful that i get to be a part of it. >> they are adorable. so this is diane before. now, diane, come on out. let's see your style makeover. wow! you look gorgeous. >> doesn't she look great? >> how do you feel, diane? >> wonderful.
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i haven't looked this way in probably over a year and a half. >> you look like a million bucks. >> thank you. >> you excited to see paul? you haven't seen each other yet, right? >> absolutely. can't wait. >> she's seen herself but not her husband, as you said. we have him hiding right now in the green room. i think it's time to bring -- look at him. >> there's paul. >> don't look at the monitor. >> i'll cover your eyes here. >> they just got back. we want to thank louis and igor. they went separately this morning, so they separated at 4:00 a.m. now, it is time for them to see each other for the first time. ready? >> i'm ready. >> one, two, three. >> wow. come on in, paul. >> you look beautiful. >> you look great, too. >> awe. >> did i get lipstick on you? no, you're good. >> how did you get roped into this style makeover?
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i'm grateful, and she looks beautiful. >> thank you. you look good, too. i love the flowers. they're gorgeous. >> you're adorable. the best thing, people can see this and do this themselves? >> this is great. we got to spend the day yesterday together. this is so nice because we never get to do this for ourselves, they did. a lot of the items they're wearing are steals and deals items so you can get them, too. >> all right. >> i'll use you as the model. come over here so we can show you off. let's start with the jeans. this was the first pair of jeans we put on her. these are $167 to $207 retail. celebrity fans are kristen stewart, halle berry and taylor swift. there's boot cut, skinny., you can find them. retail, $167 to $207. deal, $49.99, 76% off.
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>> ripped, no rips, yeah. all on great deal on designer jeans. next up, the jewelry. a little sparkle in your life. retail, $275. it's a four-piece set. you get three of the necklaces and then you get earrings. three lengths. we layered them on diane. you can see how pretty they look. retail is $275. deal is $49. 82% off. they come in platinum or 18 karat yellow cold. >> cc,. >> we have the beautiful designer bag that retails $550. it is an investment piece. four colors, made in the u.s. fans of the brand, sarah jessica parker and demi moore. the deal is $79. 86% off.
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there, too, and it's cute. >> diapers. >> baby is so gorgeous. >> let's talk about paul. >> on to paul. we had so much fun yesterday. too. oxford shirts, $69 to $82. we put him in the shirt and the sweater. you get a choice of one. all the versions are on the retail, $68 to $82. deal is $24. great to layer urn nder a suit you already have. if you're a little more formal or need ties or a gift that comes in a gift box, salt and dapper ties, $165. ven ties. the deal is $39. 76% off. >> great. what's the next one? >> last one -- i'm going to steal these and have you model to embarrass you a little more. i know how much you're loving
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put the hat on. the portoland accessories, retail $225 to $235. you can get the cashmere hat and scarf set. i'll put this on you, too. i'm really doing it all here for you, paul. so the retail is $225 to $235. deal is $65. up to 72% off. >> great. we have great deals. to get them. you have another thing going on. >> i have two more things going on. the first one is we have a special web deal on ted pont also exciting, if you want to revamp your style for 2016, send us a photo of the oldest most out of date thing in your closet. uh-oh. using your #start today contest. you'll have a chance to win one of each of the deals. you have 24 hours starting now. i cannot wait. you probably have good things. >> exactly. the oldest, most out of date,
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>> picture. >> you'll pick a winner. >> and announce it, yeah. >> thank you so much. big thank you to both of you. you look fabulous. hope you had fun. >> thanks so much. >> let's run through the products. jeans from jane's jeans. jewelry from kenneth jay lane. beryl bag. oxford golf shirts. salt and dapper ties and portoland accessories. thanks, guys. up next, angelina jolie and jack black.
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we've been watching up with the stars of the "kung fu panda" franchise. >> it's angelina jolie and jack black's turn. we sat down with them to talk about the movie and their
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>> drop this! about to be served. we'll have two justice platters. did you want extra sauce? >> on the side. >> on the side. >> what is it about these films that makes them so special? >> i think anything that comes from such a good place is very special. the intention of this is to do something for children. you know, it's relatable for everybody. really, it's for children and it has beautiful messages of embracing who you are, being a family, loyalty, understanding all different types of family, all different types of beings and finding yourself. >> reporter: this time around, it's a family affair. four of the jolie-pitt kids and black's son samuel had roles in the movie. >> how was it working with your kids? >> it was so much fun. >> they took it seriously. i'm not sure i can do this. you know, to talk them through
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really took it seriously as a job. getting it right and not doing a bad job. >> whose idea was it? did you have to convince them to don't, or were they excited to have a part? >> we forced them. it's like, get out there and do your job. earn some money for this family. my boy wanted to don't. when i told him, we're doing "kung fu panda 3," he was like, can i be in it? i was like, i'll see what i can do. i'll try to get you a line. >> do we have acting bugs on our hands? >> i hope not. >> why? >> if they're going to be actors, i hope they do something and then be actors. >> i encourage them, when they want to be in a thing, want to act, i say, what are you going to write? you have to write it. i try to steer them towards writing and directing, things on the iphone. iphone video films. >> i bet yours are great.
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>> reporter: dustin hoffman and lucy liu are back again. and a few new voices you might recognize. >> these are your cousins, dim and sully. >> welcome back. >> how you been, man? >> whose the panda? >> you the panda. >> you the panda. >> it's like the best job in the world. if you can get a cool animated film -- >> that works. >> it's so fun. and it's sort of lower stress than a live action film, where you have to wake up at 5:00 a.m. and go through the hair, makeup and costumes every day. you show up in your pjs and let it go for a few hours. it's a really fun job. >> because he can only be stopped by a master of chi. >> again with the chi. number 4? >> i think these things -- the natural progression is three.
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the big finish. sequels. when we started off, that was the hope, in my mind, is man, maybe this will be a huge hit and we'll do another one. >> i think there's a hunger for pandas. people want more panda, and it's a good sign. angeles. >> my kids want more panda. they're excited. >> your son was watching -- >> my little one was watching the first one last night, getting ready. tonight, we'll watch the second. >> cute. friday. ahead, a recipe you need to have. we'll have a twist on a classic casserole.
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this is going to be good. 8:48. back with "today" food. it's all about casseroles this week. chef michael white is here with a one-pot recipe.
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the bat, i'm a fan of yours and your restaurant. this is going to be fun for me. >> awesome. >> we're making cassoulet? >> cassoulet, casserole. cassoulet is actually the pot in which we're going to cook it in. it is a mixture, very much like we have baked beans, pork and ham. we have smoked bacon, sausage. we're using chicken because it's healthier. desire. >> this is like getting a personal cooking lesson. we're going step by step. first thing is sofrot ito. >> this is a sauce, basically. >> what we're going to do is drain it. we're going to saute this, and this is the foundation for the sauce. >> how long does it take to
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don't burn it. we could puree it. what i'm going to do now is transfer this. what we have is the bacon. we preroast third-degree -roasted this a bit and we'll have a little bit of fun on the bottom. deglaze this. >> never know. >> unbelievable. >> deglaze with white wine. we'll reduce this down. add the meat and put it inside of here. now, these are large, creamy beans to saute. then we have an aeromatic bouquet. >> why? >> i don't want the needles and things inside the sauce. >> makes sense. >> meat goes in, we cover it and braise it. >> how long does it cook? >> two and a half hours. very, very slowly. >> all right. >> length of time is important because it becomes very creamy.
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>> i want to interrupt for a second and check in with my tasters. >> so good. >> cassoulet. >> i always use great terminology. we were poking an egg and doing a vortex the last time. remember that? >> i do. >> what i'm going to do is i put bread crumbs on top. >> can you show down in there? look how beautiful that looks. >> that is not finished. it could go back in the oven a little bit. you know how we talk about casseroles the next day? it really, really absorbs the flavor. >> when this is done, the idea, the chicken will basically fall off the bone. >> literally fall off the bone. again, it could be, tra something else, but we're doing chicken here. your team has a bit of this downstairs that we made. >> down the line, tamron? >> i can just pour this bowl down my mouth right now. it's amazing.
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the bowl later. >> i love cassoulet. my first time with chicken, perfection. >> i've not anything like this in a long time. spectacular. >> so good. >> nat and savannah? >> mouth full. >> casserole and cassoulet, are they the same? >> yes. tip from wisconsin, knows right? >> late at night, i'm walking down the street in new york. michael is standing out there, grabs me and says, i want to show you my new restaurant, here. hasn't opened yet. gave me a tour. it's kind of close to my house. it's like the greatest kitchen -- >> lunchroom. >> -- in your backyard. fantastic. you plated it up. >> little bit of the juice. again, the caramelized -- you see this golden liquid. listen, this is perfect. on the snow day the other day, it would have been amazing.
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and i will -- tuesday, this is on the menu. next time you're walking down the street, my friend, and it's cold out, you know where to go. >> can you freeze this? >> absolutely. it's a great meal ahead, day ahead, put it in the fridge, back in the oven, slow cooker. >> start to finish, it's a fairly time-consuming thing. you have to cook it properly. >> the results are worth it. >> yummy. >> michael white, nice to see you. >> thank you. >> go to for the recipe. back in a moment.
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how good was that? >> we have a glow. so good. i want to take a nap now. >> what's coming up next hour? >> we've got a big deal going on. we're starting our today's take facebook page. we have a contest along with it. >> 25 days of prizes. visit the facebook "today's take" site. >> i'm in.
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amy: we are dealing with this first batch of rain that is moving out and we have more rain on the way. a cold front back to our west be making its approach. as we start to heat up, we will see showers and storms developing as we get closer to lunchtime. severe weather is to the south , palm beach reporting severe thunderstorm warnings and even a tornado warning in effect. south florida has the strong to severe storms. up here, we have just had rain. our rains coming to an end shortly. we will have a cloud, a couple of spotty showers here and there. by lunchtime, between noon and 2:00, we will start to see those thunderstorms redevelop and push over the law -- the i-4 corridor. stay later today, make sure you have signed up for alerts at just in case there are severe storms that develop. ted: the roads are slick. keep the low beams on to make sure you are visible.
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