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good morning. revenge attack? a california mosque fire bombed just before afternoon prayer. a person of interest is detained as federal and state authorities search for a suspect this morning. two weeks after the san bernardino attack, the divers head back to the nearby lake today searching for clues. we are following it all live. feeling the heat. record-breaking high temperatures across 22 states in the east. it could hit 70 degrees in washington today. we have a dangerous mix of heavy rain, hail and even tornadoes
this morning, dylan has what you need to know. highway horror. a massive chunk of metal falls off a truck in the california highway. how did the driver survive? and still golden. the golden state warriors went to double overtime to be undefeated this season. they will try to keep the streak going in milwaukee today, saturday, december 12th, 2015. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> and welcome to "today" on this saturday morning. i'm erica hill. >> i'm craig melvin alongside sheinelle jones and dylan dreyer. it looked like the golden state warriors were going to lose one.
he has been for two seasons in the league. he saved the day. this is one of the best teams in all of sports. i would not be surprised if they went 35-0. >> 35-0? >> not surprised. if you look at their schedule. >> do you feel like the extra pressure? you can't lose now. >> everybody is talking about the lakers and how close they were in the '72 season. that is still five games. that is not one game. >> they'll do it. they say they can feel it. all right. we'll be watching. our top story is the fire bombing of the california mosque. 90 miles from the san bernardino massacre. nbc's gadi schwartz is in san bernardino this morning. gadi, good morning. >> reporter: good morning. federal investigators are working overtime investigating the san bernardino attacks. now they are using resources to
in one case, that person has already been detained. two weeks after the san bernardino attacks, what appears to be retaliation at a mosque, less than 100 miles away. someone fire bombing the house of worship in the cochella valley before the afternoon prayers. >> we are peaceful people. >> reporter: state investigators are looking into the fire bombing and urging anyone to come forward with information. while in san bernardino, divers back at it today searching for evidence. so far, we have seen two small objects recovered from the lake where the terrorist couple syed rizwan farook and tashfeen malik of the shooting. >> this could be the place where you destroy evidence. maybe a hard drive. >> reporter: the fbi not saying what they recovered so far, if it is a hard drive, it could uncover others in the attack. >> that could yield important information. >> reporter: the fbi focusing
farook's friend enrique marquez. sources telling nbc news that marquez supplied the two assault rifles to farook and shared news over an attack that was scuttled in 2012. we learned marquez is married to a ukrainian woman that his about. and his boss said he had no idea marquez was a muslim. >> last time i noticed this was >> reporter: and for a community trying to heal, tensions remain high. two more funerals scheduled for today. marquez has not been charged with a crime or named a suspect. meantime, the search of the lake continues at daybreak. erica. >> thank you, gadi. meanwhile, president obama
radical extremists when he makes a rare trip to the pentagon on monday. we have kristen welker with more. >> reporter: he is aiming to step up the fight against isis pentagon. this comes in the wake of paris and san bernardino and as the president has come under criticism for not being tough enough against isis. the national security council with secretary of state and secretary of defense will update mr. obama. the president spent 100 additional special ops forces in syria. the defense secretary ash carter indicated this week the u.s. will be building more abilities to fight isis. on friday, josh earnest was
changing. he says we will see what the meeting reveals. the president is set to make remarks after the meeting. >> kristen welker, thank you. and to the race for the president. donald trump is campaigning in new york city at the plaza hotel. later in the day, he traveled to iowa for a rally where he took cruz. >> everything i say, he agrees with me. no matter what i say. i was going to do one really wild, but he agrees. with the ethanol, he has to come a long way. oil pays for him a lot money. he has to be for it. >> his remarks drawing big applause. who are the people who want to see donald trump as the next president?
>> we will build a wall. >> reporter: first things first, trump supporters like one thing. >> i like how he tells it how it is. >> if you are full of crap, you are full of crap. >> i heard he is like fifth grade vocabulary. you understand what he is saying. >> reporter: they say they are angry, fed up and trump is their only answer. >> i'm tired of the republicans and democrats. >> i hope he can turn around. >> reporter: polling done shows most supporters are older, white, male with a high school degree or less. about one-third are evangelicals. few identify as conservative and many say the american dream they know is gone. and in real life, they say they are regular folks. >> you figure you are part of the crazy frenzy in the country?
regular person. really boring. >> reporter: not all of donald trump supporters agree with everything he says, but they do believe and this is in south carolina, in new hampshire, in iowa, arizona, alabama, you name it, they say they don't have to agree with him because they trust him. they believe in donald trump's own words that he'll make this country great again. for "today," katy tur, nbc news, des moines, iowa. >> lawrence o'donnell is host of "the last word" on msnbc. good to have you with us this morning. >> good to be here. >> we heard from the supporters with katy tur. what would you say is the overriding reason for his success? more of the politics of fear we talked about or the fact he is simply saying things whether they be wildly outlandish or untrue? >> remember he rose in the polls before any of this new
been living in for the last month. it is because the republican field is weak. if there is a dominate ing candidate in the republican field, this could not happen. if you look at the democratic side, there is a dominant candidate. hillary clinton. she is so dominant, she scared away others like the vice president. there is no dominant field here. that is the table he needed to see. that is what he needed to see before he jump in. >> that is now talk of a brokered convention. it comes around. >> it is usually fantasy. this time it is serious. >> it is? >> it is a serious possibility when you look at the mathematics of this. if you start to go into the voting booths now, it is unlikely anyone in the field would end up with the necessary delegates to get the nomination. you know, that is how it was in 1976 for the republicans. that is the last time it happened.
someone who sits through conventions and goes to them and covers them, i would not mind a brokered convention once in a while. >> for the excitement? >> they are the most boring things that happen in political theater, conventions. networks cut back coverage because they are so boring. networks would increase if you go in without a nominee. >> what is a bigger concern for the republican party this morning? donald trump as independent or as a republican nominee? >> a zero possibility of donald trump as an independent. he is proud of the notion that 70% of his followers would join him as independent. that means 70% of his followers represent about 6% of the vote. remember, republicans are not 50% of america. they are 28% of america. when you are getting 30% or 35% number. you are getting something smaller if you go as independent. if he runs as independent, every
a vote for donald trump is a vote for hillary clinton. they would use that ralph nader model in which that turned out to be true. >> i will shift gear. you came became from malaysia. doing. desks. we raised over $9 million. we bring desks to african schools where kids and teachers have never seen desks. this wasn't my idea. i asked teachers what they need. every one of them said desks and chairs. we need a more serious education environment in the classrooms. that is what we are doing. we provide scholarships for girls. girls' education is a lower graduation rate as it is for boys. that is all part of the michelle
supporting girls education. >> i appreciate you being here this morning. lawrence o'donnell, you can see on msnbc.com. let's turn to the other big story we are following on the saturday morning. the extreme weather certainly not feeling a lot like christmas here in the east. temperatures in some cities may be as much as 30 degrees above normal today. dylan is back with us more now on the record heat and possible severe weather in the plains. >> because not only are we talking about record heat, but dew point around 60 degrees. moisture streaming in from the gulf of mexico. that sets more of a spring or fall like set up in place. that means we are looking at a chance of stronger storms. an area of high pressure is here and the warm, moist air pumps our temperatures up 20 to 30 degrees above normal. cleveland, 65. washington, d.c., 71 degrees. there are some species of the cherry blossom tree that
once in the spring. if it is warm enough, one in the fall. we are seeing the second bloom. it is warm enough for the second bloom. as we go through the weekend, temperatures in d.c. close to 70. . average in the 50s. here is the area where we have a slight risk of stronger storms. we could see isolated tornadoes, but a large hail risk from southeastern kansas through oklahoma and all the way through central texas, including austin and dallas, too. that is an area we need to keep an eye out for as we go into the afternoon. craig. all right. dylan dreyer, we will come back in a bit. sheinelle is here following a bit of a major development regards to the climate change in paris. >> it is one of the most significant conferences on climate change. it is ending with international agreement. 200 nations spent two weeks
nbc's kelly cobiella has been following the deal. she joins us from london. good morning. >> reporter: sheinelle, good morning. you said it. this is an historic agreement if it goes through. the first time all country ies have reached a deal to limit greenhouse gasses and emissions. the prime minister says this is ambitious and balanced and will be legally binding. the 20-page draft agreement sets goals to limit growth warming by 3.6 degrees fahrenheit. a key for smaller island makes. details of how that will happen is not yet released. leaders for 190 countries have weeks. deal. the united nations secretary-general ban ki-moon is encouraging them to vote yes. saying this morning we must protect the planet that sustains us.
deck. environmental protesters will take to the streets of paris. france is under a straight of emergency, but paris believes a last minute permit to allow protests. >> thank you, kelly. in california, hundreds of mothers and babies are going to need tests and treatment after exposure to tuberculosis. officials in san jose let officials and employees know a nurse tested positive for the disease. those who came in contact with her are at risk. as a precaution, the 350 babies born will receive antibiotic treatment for six months. a man charged in the shooting death of two mississippi police officers has cell. police say 29-year-old marvin banks was alone when he was discovered to be unresponsive in the isolation unit. he was charged with murder after
traffic accident that left the and look what happened to the car on san jose highway when the metal tray fell off the back of the truck. it bounced off the pavement and windshield. he was able to maneuver through traffic and escape with a scratch on his arm. one artist has put a face on the crisis in syria. this is the piece by the street artist banksy. it paints steve jobs on the wall in the refugee camp in france. it shows jobs with a mac in one hand, a sack in the other. it is titled, the son of the migrant from syria. he was the child of a syrian refugee. a lot of people did not know that. >> sheinelle, thank you. >> dylan is back with a look at storms out west. >> relentless storms. in the pacific northwest, we are seeing another round of heavy rain about to make its way onshore. moisture streaming in from the pacific.
flooding rains and winds up to 50 miles per hour. we could see 5 to 7 inches for the mountain snow. that is a good story. we are looking up to 12 to 18 inches of snow in some of the higher elevations. we need that this time of year. if we head to denver, especially into tomorrow, we could see >> reporter: good saturday morning, afternoon. mild start, 51 in boston, 49 in plymouth. 30's to lower 40's in a lot of suburbs and temperatures quickly warming up. well into the 50's if not lower 60's this afternoon. mixture of sun and clouds. we'll stay dry fruit the day. 59 in boston. 61 this afternoon in norwood, 56 worcester. temperatures tomorrow a good ten degrees cooler. upper 40's and lower 50's thanks to an on shore whip. well. next best chance of widespread rain and that's your latest forecast.
>> it is the end of an era for "playboy." the magazine's final nude issue hit news stands on friday with pamela anderson. the most famous playmate in history. her 13th time gracing the cover. stars from marilyn monroe to madonna to kim kardashian have appeared nude in "playboy." >> the decision to stop publishing the nude photos is due to the circulation sales dropping. still to come on saturday morning, we catch up on the week that was in news from bowe bergdahl breaking his silence to more trouble for fast food restaurant chipotle. and a new rap video from the first lady. it is all ahead in "the download."
our time to look back at the week's stories. >> a look at the headlines that caught our attention. >> startling information about the san bernardino attackers. >> syed rizwan farook and evidence they were contemplate or other targets in california. >> we are working to see if they had plans for that day or earlier. >> the fbi says the couple was years. on the campaign trail, a new shocker from donald trump. >> donald j. trump is calling for a total and complete shutdown of muslims entering the united states. >> and trump remains unapologetic. >> the least racist person that you have ever met. outrage in the streets of chicago.
ame to resign. >> anger spiked with the release of the dash cam video showing the police officer shooting laquan mcdonald 16 times. now it is sinking in. >> bowe bergdahl in 25 hours of taped conversations with the director of "the hurt locker" released in a trade for five prisoners held in guantanamo bay. with the pressure mounting to try bergdahl as a deserter. chipotle. this time the norovirus. sickening 120 students. >> this latest round of bad news on the news of e. coli linked to nine states. >> the ceo sitting down
>> this is a very unfortunate incident and i'm deeply sorry this happened. a little magic and a lot of laughs at the barcelona zoo. >> this man on the right performs slight of hand with a chestnut and cup. the chestnut vanished and he shows the orangutan there is nothing left inside [ laughter ] south side chicago we had to do overtime every night >> the first lady dropping the mic to encourage kids to go to college. want to fight crime go to college fill your head with knowledge you should go to college >> that's a great video. >> a lot of attention which is what she wanted. she wanted traction. >> it looks like the first lady may have spent time in a radio booth before. look at that.
when you get a chance to do it. >> yeah. >> you get into it. >> that's good stuff. we all love that orangutan at the zoo. >> so cute. >> when is the last time you laughed so hard, you fell on your back. >> it is worth seeing one more time. wait for it. wait for it. wait for it. >> i love it. >> when you fall down -- it's so funny. >> i love it. it's like a 2-year-old. >> actual joy. another moment you may not have seen this week that we think you should see. a lot of holiday parties this time of year. including one for "dateline." including our lester holt. they were at the party. people were going to go sing. >> someone said to lester, there are people in the back rehearsing. he said do they need a baritone. here is what happened next.
the lord has come let earth receive her king let every heart prepare him room and heaven and nature sing and heaven and nature sing and heaven and heaven and nature sing joy to the world the savior reigns >> is there anything lester cannot do? >> last night's christmas party, lester is up with his bass and they break out into "angels we have heard on high" and he breaks out. they are so cool. >> later in the show, we will do a christmas carol as well. >> it will be just as good. still to come here on
>> anchor: good morning. it is 7:26. looks look a little bit of hazy sunshine this morning outside as we overlook downtown boston there, but the forecast is being . there this mop. sunshine is back with us. boston. 51 degrees, 37 in norwood, 44 bedford. fog not nearly as much as an issue this morning as it was yesterday morning. the day. temperatures upper 50's and lower 60's this afternoon. so nice and mild, cooler tomorrow by about ten degrees, a lot more clouds around. cool ocean breezes. kemp in the upper 40's, chris? >> anchor: thanks so much. stories.
in after an explosive discovery in a gun shop? it's a robert. a contract o found the robert lodged between two basement walls in a home he was renovat renovating. he decided to drop it off at the gun store. it was a real rocket. law enforcement. korean war veteran from waltham is being laid to rest this morning. army sergeant robert dacon was declared missing in action 65 years ago hen he was just 22 years owe. his remains were finally return returned home on thursday. the defense department said the body was identified using dna analysis. a man from lynn arrested and charged with murder in connection to thursday night's triple shooting in rezwan ferdaus ear. shots rang out inside of an apartment on wait street of
start spreading the news i'm leaving today i want to be a part of it >> happy birthday. frank sinatra would be 100 years old today. we hear there is a party planned today in hoboken, new jersey. and a beautiful day here in new york, new york. look at that out on the plaza. a big holiday crowd on the plaza. it will be in the 60s here today. that is why you see a lot of people out with no jackets and no coats.
believe it or not. >> it's 60 degrees. >> that's not a problem i have. the heat? here is a look at what's morning. authorities in southern california detained one person in connection with the fire bomb attack at a mosque. overnight, authorities announced that the fire was intentional. no injuries were reported. severe weather warning for people in the plains today. communities from austin to oklahoma bracing for wicked weather this afternoon. they are expecting hail,
heavy rain, possibly rare december tornadoes. in france, officials with a landmark pact after nearly 200 nations spent the last two weeks negotiating. it is aimed at transforming fossil fuels and curbing global warming. let's start with the controversy in austin, texas
the streets to stage a fake mock mass shooting. it is set to happen at the 1966. more. >> reporter: craig, good morning. the guns are made of cardboard and the blood will be ketchup. regardless, many say this is not the time given recent events nor the place for the group to make its point. this morning, organizers with a mock shooting adjacent to the university of texas. after ut called it potential criminal trespass. it
is not a university or student event. the pro gun event organizers goal is to education people on the dangers of so-called gun free zones like churches and schools. >> we hope to get the point across these gun free zones are
>> reporter: at the time of real shootings, san bernardino and paris, are strong wounds. there is strong opposition to the event. even to those who say guns should be allowed on campus. >> we believe it detracts from our purpose. >> reporter: it will be followed by the mock mass shooting using cardboard guns and fake blood. people will act as victims and sound of fake gunfire will be played. [ bang, bang ] >> this doesn't look like what is behind us. between that and an bility to be there and say this is a drill and protest sign. they will understand the message. >> reporter: students are taking finals at ut today and say this demonstration is ill timed. >> it is not productive to the debate. it doesn't make me feel safe.
is off campus, a spokesperson says the university is relying on local law enforcement to monitor as needed. >> organizers point to the rampage at virginia tech that killed 32 people should be the reason for people to carry guns on campus. this will be held across the street on the sidewalk. guys, that is public property. it is just barely off the ut campus. erica, craig. >> janet shamlian for us in austin. thank you. let's get another check of the weather with dylan who is on the plaza. >> good morning. we are focused on the warm temperatures in the middle through the country. eastern half of the country will be seeing temperatures much warmer than average. 22 of the states could see record highs today. look at how above average. st. louis, 67 degrees. jackson, mississippi, 78 degrees. that's 19 degrees above average.
northeast, warmer temperatures. considering that we are seeing moisture streaming in from the gulf of mexico, we could see a slight risk of stronger storms, especially through oklahoma and texas today. late this afternoon into this evening and mainly overnight is when we could see stronger storms. tomorrow, the storms spread eastward, but should weaken. we are looking at snow to wrap around on the back side of it. we will have another pacific northwest storm with mountain snow and a lot of rain to the lower levels. >> reporter: good saturday morning, afternoon. mild start, 51 in boston, 49 in plymouth. 30's to lower 40's in a lot of suburbs and temperatures quickly warming up. well into the 50's if not lower 60's this afternoon. mixture of sun and clouds. we'll stay dry fruit the day. 59 in boston. worcester. temperatures tomorrow a good ten degrees cooler. upper 40's and lower 50's thanks to an on shore whip. more clouds around tomorrow as well.
rain coming in and i love this sign right here. no snow in buffalo. are you happy about that? >> i'm very happy about this. >> this time last year, you had 7 feet of snow. >> yes, we did. let's get some wings. >> i'm all for buffalo. >> thanks, dylan. just ahead, a young couple's plan to retire by the age of 33. why they say you can do it too.
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do you have a dream of riding off in the sunset of the end of your career? for most of us, it happens at the ages of 65. one couple is walking away at the ripe old age of 33. >> an incredible story and begs two questions. how did they do it? and can the rest of us do it too? as the saying goes, some live to work. others work to live. but nick and liz in their late 20s, are working toward retirement. the software engineer and communications specialist realized they were spending more time at the 9:00 to 5:00 than enjoying their lives. >> we realized if we did not
and we would be 50. >> so they crafted an ambitious plan to retire early. really early. >> we planned at age 33 to never need to make another dollar in our life. >> to do it, they became self described frugal weirdos. >> you think of the three items. housing, transportation and food. we look at every line item. no spending is safe. >> they socked away 71% of the take home salary in 2014. they are on track to save more this year. how? no splurging on fancy meals. >> we went out to dinner twice. and we cook at home. >> when was the last time you bought a piece of clothing? >> oh, 17 months ago. >> trips to the salon. never.
haircut. i thought oh, man. >> he thought this was going to be the end. >> they do enjoy traveling, but figured out how to do that frugally. >> we look for where it is cheapest to fly. >> they own their boston townhouse with hand me downs. nick bikes to work. >> it is not just for fashion. >> they only need one family car. it's the same one liz learned to drive 19 years ago and has 206,000 miles on it. >> we see no reason to buy a new car when we have a car that works perfectly fine. >> let me tell you, it is so affordable to insure. >> a new expense. liz is expecting any day. >> i have a 17 month old. they are expensive. >> i had no idea before we were having a child. everyone has baby clothes they are looking to get out of their basement.
>> and we have hand me downs for every part of her nursery. >> if all goes as planned, they will have plenty of time to read and play. for liz, it is not just about saving aggressively to retire early, but it is about the kind of life they want to live. >> buying things and consuming is not fulfilling. we don't derive happiness from material possessions. >> and the big congrats to the couple. they had a little girl here about a month ago. >> congratulations to them. >> yeah. let me tell you, they make it look easier than it is. >> yeah. >> if i could go halfway, do you know what i mean? we may not go all the way. we can learn something. >> they are so disciplined. >> they have been for a long time. he talked about how cheap he was in college. >> i try to cut back on not going out to eat so much.
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>> i love that. confusion for harrison ford's wife after his mishap on "star wars." and shia lebeouf's soul. >> it seems like everyone knows everything about "star wars," but not calista flockhart. when he got hurt on the set, flockhart was not concerned, but confused when she learned he was hurt on the millennium falcon. >> i thought he was on a commercial airline and the door airplane. >> you didn't know what the millannium falcon.
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>> anchor: good saturday morning to you as we approach the 6:00 hour thanks for joining us. ' kris anderson. 7 news today in new england begins in just a few minutes here are some stories we are working on for you today. police are investigating a shooting overnight that happened in brockton. at least one person was shot inside of a home. also, a confrontation caught on camera. an uber driver in boston attack attacked by a passenger. explosive discovery here. the bowl squad had to be called in to vet after a rocket was found at a gown shop in new hampshire. reef a global agreement. leaders from nations around the world on the same page this