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>> i get too many letters from parents and teachers and kids to sit around and do nothing. >> heading back to washington and ready to side step congress on the hot button issue of gun control. and bowl game blowouts. a wild day in college football as records fell. >> and will he score on the first play from scrimmage? yes! >> perhaps the biggest surprise is a message for donald trump in the skies above the rose bowl. we well tell you what it said, today, saturday, january 2nd, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> and welcome to "today" on this saturday morning, the second of 2016. i'm erica hill. >> i'm craig melvin alongside sheinelle jones and dylan dreyer.
>> you waited all morning to say that. >> did it land the way you wanted? >> no, it never does. let's get to the top story. the massive manhunt for the gunman who opened fire on the bar in tel aviv. killing two people in what people fear is an isis inspired attack. all of it caught on video. nbc's keir simmons has the latest on the suspect. keir, good morning. >> reporter: erica, good morning. police hunting the killer believing he is in the tel aviv area. witnesses say they thought of the paris massacre. candles overnight for the victims of the killer still on the run. a manhunt still on the way this morning. on surveillance camera, young people relax at a bar and dive for cover in fear. a gunman appears firing more than 15 rounds. seconds later, one survivor
around him two are dead. seven people were injured. four in serious condition. >> i'm in shock. i was thinking what is happening? my daughter, she was in the restaurant. i was in shock. surveillance footage showing the same gunman moments earlier in shop. then he pulls an automatic weapon from the backpack and begins killing. leaving bullet holes and bar stools overturned in horror. >> it was like all were dead. >> israeli media believe this could be the first isis inspired attack. one new yorker visiting israel says most are not frightened. but this morning, detectives
hands gripping his weapon were so determined to kill. and tel aviv's mayor called it a terrorist attack motivated by nationalism. other reports say police are not ruling out a criminal motive. 2015 was scarred by terrorism around the world. erica, it looks like 2016 may not see an end to the violence. witnesses say the shooter was smiling. keir, thank you. here at home, the situation morning. deadly flooding and record setting river levels are threatening homes in southern missouri and illinois. on friday, two more levees failed and the national guard was activated in illinois with some residents urged to move to higher ground. national correspondent miguel almaguer is on the front lines in valley park, missouri. miguel, good morning. >> craig, good morning. three major are rivers
some dropping up to eight feet a day. the problem, all of the water is headed right down river. >> some houses with flooding in and around the area. >> reporter: it is moving at a volume and rate few have seen before. after swallowing homes, the mississippi river is now pushing downstream at ten times the speed of niagara falls. late next week, it reaches memphis. before it does. >> there are a lot of dangers. >> reporter: this u.s. coast guard team is helping to patrol 500 nautical miles of river looking for anyone in trouble. >> our biggest concern is looking out for those who haven't evacuated and making sure that they don't need our assistance. >> reporter: the widespread flooding across the midwest still threatens 9 million people after claiming seven lives and two missing.
hit alton has the national guard standing by ready to deploy. >> we have communication equipment and sand bags and other supplies to support local first responders. >> reporter: for many, help comes too late. small cities taking the biggest punch. arnold, missouri, an estimated 150 homes here under water. for those like dan crawford, this is anything but a happy new year. >> massive clean up. just a muddy mess. intention tention tensions are high. >> reporter: the good news, the ing receding. eureka, missouri three days ago and this weekend. south. with it, a new threat. in cities downstream like memphis, the surge of water will
the flood threat will be moderate, but the question is will the levees across that area hold. craig. >> we hope so. miguel, thank you. the rains that caused the flooding in the midwest are viewed as a godzilla el nio. dylan has more on it. this is serious. not a joke. >> this is one of the biggest el nios on record. when you have the warmer temperatures, the air holds more moisture. we see rain through the south that we would likely see in the springtime. i want to break down an el nio. warmer than average temperatures in part of the equator. the ex-pans of water is two more times the size. this disrupts the weather patterns across the world. especially the united states. a wetter and stormier pattern across the south.
warmer temperatures across the northeast. breaking it down. out west, the wettest december on record in portland. 25 to 50 inches of snow in the sierra. that is 115% above average. that will continue for at least the next month. down across the south, you have the jet stream that pumps in the warmer temperatures and moisture. we had 23 deaths from tornadoes in the month of december alone. the second most ever for december. it is also the wettest december in cities like st. louis. in the northeast, in boston, norfolk, virginia and through detroit. we will see temperatures stay above average for the next several weeks. that could lead to more ice storms than snow storms as temperatures don't get all that much below freezing. that could be the pattern we see through this january. these are all trends and patterns. you can still get a major snowstorm in the northeast. the trend is for this type of
thank you, dylan. to hawaii now. where president obama is enjoying the last day of his holiday vacation. on monday, he is expected to meet with attorney general loretta lynch to talk about stopping gun violence by taking executive action. nbc's ron allen is joining us from honolulu. ron, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, craig. the president is called the inability to stop mass shootings the biggest frustration of his time in office. now that congress is not willing to do anything on the gun issue, the president is looking at the powers of hiss office, to take matters in his own hands. >> we will remember the third anniversary of newtown. i will remember gabby giffords. >> reporter: putting the gun violence at the list of unfinished business. >> the amendment is not agreed. >> reporter: criticizing
bill three years ago to make background checks for gun purchases almost universal. >> since then, tens of thousands have been mowed down by gun violence. >> reporter: now the president is expected to try to use executive authority to do what congress won't. closing the so called gun show and online loophole that allows sales without background checks. and perhaps stopping people on the terror watch list not allowed to fly on airplanes from buying guns. abuse of power. >> the president is clearly overreaching because the law is very clear as to who can and who sale. >> reporter: but in the final year and after consoling the nation anguished more than a dozen times after mass shootings, the president seems on. >> this is tough politically. the president did not get elected to work on the simple
>> reporter: also on the agenda, especially since paris and san bernardino, keeping america safe and defeating isis. enforcing the nuclear deal and finally closing guantanamo bay. first up, guns. >> because i get too many letters from parents and teachers and kids to sit around and do nothing. >> reporter: we expect to learn more of what the president will propose on monday after meeting with the attorney general. members of his administration have been working on for months after the oregon community college shooting that left ten dead. craig. >> ron, it will likely be a fair amou of political opposition. what can republicans do to stop him? >> reporter: well, court. i think that is the main answer. obviously this is an emotional issue. lines are drawn. a lot of comparisons made to,
immigration laws through executive action. the gun issue is likely to end up in court. these are legacy issues for the president. issues he feels strongly about. they may not be civil by the time he leaves office. >> ron allen in hawaii. thank you. turning to the developing story with a tense situation in the arab world after a shi'ite cleric was killed overnight. >> saudi arabia announced executions that could spark new protests. among the prisoners put to death is a shi'ite cleric. arab spring. it is feared his death could ignite unrest. dubai investigators are looking into the cause of a fire that kept a major hotel smoldering into the new year. the flames forced hundreds to flee, including a photographer who gave nbc news an inside look
as he joined firefighters walking down 48 floors to safety. police in utah released a taser incident of a man threatening his home. this video may be disturbing. a man with a machete and blowtorch. after the taser, flames were set by the suspect. the 36-year-old man was eventually pulled from the house which was destroyed by the fire. there was some surprising interest in the air at this year's rose parade in pasadena. thousands watching the floats suddenly turned to the sky. "america is great" and "trump is disgusting." turns out it was paid for by
rubio. the rose bowl. stanford running back mccaffrey scored on the first play. the cardinal beat the hawkeyes 45-16. the other bowl games to start the year, ohio state beat notre dame in the fiesta bowl. and we won't talk about what happened to northeastern. finally ringing out the old and now in the new got complicated. a family in san diego welcomed twins born in different years. one girl was born 11:59 and the boy was born at 12:01. every year, they will have separate birthday parties back-to-back. they also have a toddler. they are in my world. we thought that would happen. separate cakes and separate days.
separate cakes and took the candle off. you blow. >> a sign of the times. >> good luck with that. sheinelle, thank you. >> dylan dreyer has the check of the forecast. >> although we have not seen rain in the midwest, we are looking at the flooding as an issue through missouri and arkansas. all the water continues to flow into the mississippi. other than that, we are really not seeing a lot going on. we have dry conditions out west, through the rockies and midwest and up and down the east coast
. and that's your latest forecast. >> dylan, thank you. hollywood's biggest names went to twitter to remember natalie cole who died at age 65. blake mccoy has a look back at her life and career. this will be an everlasting love >> her stardom instant. her single winning a grammy and drawing comparisons to aretha franklin. a string of hit for her, daughter of crooner nat king cole. >> i feel like i earned the spot next to my dad. not in front of him. not behind him. next to him. >> reporter: the '70s brought success, but '80s brought struggle. addiction to heroin and crack
forcing her into rehab. it was during the period, she believed she contracted hepatitis c and health problems and kidney transplant late in life. >> i had to face myself. >> reporter: cole found sobriety and rebounded with this in the '80s with this iconic moment. unforgettable >> reporter: a duet with her late father. "unforgettable" shot to number one as cole sang her father's hit. she would continue recording new music into the very end. >> she was able to honor her father and pay homage to him, but forge her career as a solo artist which a lot of folks can't do. >> reporter: outside the capitol records building, her name is
>> it is a loss for the music industry. she had great talents. >> reporter: natalie cole, daughter of the legend with a voice that bridged generations. truly unforgettable. for "today," blake mccoy, nbc news, los angeles. >> that album he referenced is absolutely fantastic. >> instant classic. >> she will be missed. back in a moment. but first this is "today" on nbc.
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>> are you african-american? >> i don't understand the question. >> in june, rachel dolezal was outed as a white woman. after being widely panned apparent vilified. she resigned from her job. she feared she is pregnant with a third baby boy on the way. we are not issuing marriage licenses today. >> in september, kentucky county clerk kim davis refused to issue couples. she had a secret meeting with pope francis. she continues to fight lawsuits from gay and straight couples. davis told the ap, if i could be remembered for one thing. it is i was not afraid to compromise myself. >> to capture two inmates in a
mitchell. seamstress was sentenced to seven years for helping two convicted killers escape from the correctional facility. >> i knew i was in way over my head. >> she was ordered to pay $80,000 in restitution. >> i'm not the monster. >> the death of cecil the lion ignited controversy around the world. >> walter palmer, the 55-year-old american dentist faced death threats for killing a beloved lion in zimbabwe. he said quote, if i had known the lion had a name and was important to the country or study, obviously i would not have taken it. i brought something to
>> in september, 14-year-old muhammad brought a clock to a school which some thought was a bomb. ahmed received a flood of support. since then, he moved to qatar where he was awarded a full scholarship to college. for others, a tough 15 minutes of fame. sheinelle, thanks. >> when we come back, wouldn't it be great if you could wave a wand and get rid of certain annoying words or phrases from the english language? now. >> a group at lake superior on that. dylan has more on that from the orange room. >> the professors at the college are saying enough is enough. the school released its 41st annual list of words or phrases to banish. they accept thousands of submissions. let's look at some of the words. the first, craig, man spreading. >> i do like to man spread.
>> this word is tmi. this is especially familiar for those of us in bigger cities. men take up more space on public transportation. they spread their legs encroaching on the other seats. the term is stupid and men don't need another word to justify their disgusting habit. another casualty. vape and vaping. the university says it is a strange word and it should go up in smoke. i agree. guys, a lot of people in our business use this. join the conversation. it is never just a nice calm conversation con conversation conversation. and break the internet. this is when a site gets massive amounts of traffic. we will not say that one anymore. and secret sauce. i have not heard of it. it is used in a sentence for a secret in detail. the phrase is frequent in
there was another one on there. "so." so. i always say so. flake. >> it used to be well. i got rid of. it i would say well -- >> we could add to that list. exponentially. there are a lot of those. break. >> we shouldn't. still to come on "today," a look at the week's biggest stories from donald trump attacking bill clinton and nfl star peyton manning hiring a staffer and taking a spin with sign
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i like the hand hanging over the wheel. >> yeah. if you are driving a 'vette, you have to do it that way. you can't do the 12 and 2 thing. i'm appreciatable cooler than i was two minutes ago. >> president obama showing his comedic chops with the corvette can jerry seinfeld in the series "comedians in cars getting coffee." we will have more with that interview in a moment. we're back on the first saturday morning of 2016. it is january 2nd. look at the brave bundled up on
we will get out in a bit to help them ring in the new year. that is the first time the president's been behind a wheel of a car in a long time. >> that and another jerry seinfeld had on sneakers. i cannot imagine going to the white house with sneakers. >> jerry can do it. we will get to those stories in a moment. here is what is making headlines. homes in missouri and illinois are being threatened by swollen rivers as water levels keep rising. two more levees failed friday. tributes pouring in for singer natalie cole who died thursday at age 65. the grammy winning daughter of nat king cole gained acclaimed in 1991 rerecording his classic.
to a win with a score of 45-16. we have the check of the weather with dylan dreyer on the plaza. >> january is here and it is cold outside. i want to say hello to someone who is or is not watching. it is recording. >> hi, daddy. >> where is he right now? >> in africa. >> on the "uss gravely?" >> yes. >> thank you for your service. let's look at the weather. it is colder. cold enough for lake-effect snow off lake erie and lake ontario. we will see higher accumulations near watertown. we could have isolated higher amounts. along lake erie, 2 to 4 inches. not a big event, but the snow is falling. it will be very chilly across the northeast down through the mid-atlantic where temperatures will sink in the 30s in charleston by monday. 35 for the high. in new york city, monday, a high
yet in new york city. that will feel different. we have rain today through southern texas and northern florida. the rest of the country, besides the lake-effect snow, it is chilly, but it will be sunny. that will make it feel and that's your latest forecast. guys. >> dylan, thank you. now for "the download." our time to wrap up the week's biggest stories. >> while many of us may have
enjoying time off, the world kept up spinning. let's get a quick look at the week that was. >> extreme weather impacting much of the country. >> this morning, weather whiplash from tornadoes to floods to blizzards. devastating the southwest and midwest. >> at least nine confirmed tornadoes touching down in texas. destruction spanning nearly 40 miles near dallas. >> there's houses torn up everywhere. >> the mississippi, the missouri and meramec rivers are raging. homes here have washed away. neighborhoods are torn apart. at least 21 in the area are dead. >> in politics, donald trump continues to dominate the republican field. now looking past his gop contenders this week and targeting potential general election rival hillary clinton. >> she's playing the woman's card. it's like give me a break. >> unloading on clinton's secret weapon. former president bill clinton.
abuse of women. you look at monica lewinsky or paula jones. >> in sports, peyton manning forced to defend himself against allegations in a documentary over performance enhancing drugs. >> monday, manning hired ari fleischer to help control the controversy. they are reviewing the al jazeera and weighing the decision to file charges after the claims of hgh from the guyer institute. and the man once known as america's father is charged with sexual assault over a 2004 even counter with a former employee. >> he felt out of place in the small courthouse in pennsylvania.
america's favorite dad, arrived to counts of sexual assault. the first time he has ever been criminally charged. unprecedented security for the times square celebration. >> the ball is ready for the revelers who will pack into times square this new year's eve. joining them is 6,000 nypd officers and anti-terror force. >> the revelry around the times square and around the world went off without incident. and season seven of "medians in cars getting coffee" debuted with president obama. >> don't you think every american child says you grow up loving the president? >> i do really well with the 0 to 8 demographic. >> really? >> yeah. partly because they think my ears are big and i look a little like a cartoon character. >> that is hilarious. >> it is funny. >> 0 to 8.
>> with good friends who come over with their kids. we lay low. >> i went to bed at 6:42. >> 6:42 this year. >> i was trying to have a rested new year's day. my husband sent me a picture. they hit the town. they had rattlers and lights. picture pictures of them on the train. mommy was sleeping. >> are they home yet? >> we stayed in. my husband requested all foods that were round. pepperoni and meatballs. >> how about you? >> we had dinner at 8:45. we were home by 10:30. >> we are a rocking good time. >> i tell you what, the morning shift win. >> we are getting old. let's be real. >> not in a bad way. just ahead here, from the
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a couple years ago, it was clutter. all my e-mail passwords. it kind of works. >> that is a good way to do it. >> i did make a resolution last year to try to be more present and not get so caught up in this. >> did it work? >> no. >> there is always 2016. >> i will not set myself up for disappointment this year. >> i didn't make a resolution, but i did google how to change a doorknob. i opened the doorknob to get out of the apartment and it fell off. >> you did that here once. we kind of -- >> that happened here, too. this is knowledge i need. i looked it up. the explanation was so difficult. i called a locksmith. >> we googled how do penguins swim. we watched penguins swimming. >> how did you know that? >> i googled it. >> come on. >> do you know? >> it is just like this.
all right. the popstart. how celebrities rang in 2016 and "star wars" takes in titanic numbers at the box office. first "popstart" of 2016. >> i don't know what this is. >> it is trending. >> first up, i'm out of time now. we have the full round of some of the celebrities. newly weds sofia and joe shared this moment before the ball dropped. david and victoria beckham celebrated with their four kids and kiss at midnight. and john legend and wife chrissy shared a night in morocco. and finally, the first look at lamar odom since his hospitalization in october. thanks to a picture his son
and a new year and a new record broken. "the force awakens" brought in an estimated $687 million. making it the second highest grossing film of all time domestically before it was number two "titanic" and on the highest grossing film of "avatar" which brought in $690 million. >> we are going for a third time. >> you will put them over the top. >> i'm slightly obsessed with it. >> i would say completely obsessed. >> it was really good. >> am i the only loser that hadn't seen it yet? "l" word. >> i can't remember the last movie i have seen. maybe we should. when we come back, we are switching things up here. we like to bring you in for the plaza fan of the day. well, this wasn't our idea. one of our producers thought it would be a great idea to ask us
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if i could just oomm all the time. >> i wish for and this is going to sound cheesy. health and happiness for my family. >> not cheesy. >> now i don't like my answer. >> it was very selfish. >> no, it is not. >> it will bring you serenity and stability and happiness. >> i want money. i want money. >> thanks for being honest. guys, thank you so much. i appreciate it. i like this segment. coming up on "today," how to set up the perfect profile for online dating and why you need to get this done before tomorrow.
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>> announcer: this is 7 news now. >> anchor: good morning, i'm jennifer egan, today in new england starts in a few minutes. here are some of the stories we're working on for you. we're following breaking news from overnight. gunfire erupting at an air base in india killing two troops. the latest on the situation there. this morning, the city of tel aviv on high alert after a new years day attack, drop dangers at logan airport after a close call for one plane. the new year means new wages for workers, how high they'll go, plus it was a rivalry renewed but not with the ending the bruins were hoping for as the lights