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breaking overnight. terror attack. islamic militants tied to al qaeda storm a hotel. hostages held for hours. at least 23 people killed, 126 others just rescued. developments. heating up. trail. donald trump and ted cruz not backing down from the insults against each other as hillary clinton and bernie sanders prepare for the debate in their neck and neck race.
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an american woman killed on vacation in belize. the yoga mat left behind as one of a few clues. this morning, a search for her killer. it is official. the tennessee couple who told us they won the powerball take us along for the ride to the lottery headquarters. >> finally say yes. >> as a behind the scenes look at the big day and what they plan to do with all that money. today, saturday, january 16th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. saturday. i'm erica hill. >> i'm craig melvin alongside jones. let's get to the top story. the islamic militant attack in the west african hotel.
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south of mali and north of ghana. the terror lasted for hours. nbc's kelly cobiella has been following it all morning long. kelly what do we know? >> reporter: craig, a hotel and cafe known to be used by westerners and united nations staff. it was the target. government forces with the help of the french are still looking for militants. the siege at the hotel is over. the french ambassador saying 150 people from 18 countries have been rescued after a night of terror. outside this splendid hotel cars in flames and sound of gunfire, militants held hostages and militant forces tried to break the siege. the assault started friday evening with four attackers opening fire at the hotel and
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this woman was in the cafe meeting friends from the u.s. we dropped to the ground she said. as soon as anyone raised their heads, they fired at them. we had to play dead. they shook people by the foot to see if they were alive or not. if they were alive, they shot them. this man says the first police and government forces on the scene turned around and left. french special forces were sent in from mali and by morning, the siege at the hotel was over. 126 hostages freed and four militants dead. this morning, government forces are still searching for attackers in the area and the death toll is rising. and this morning, the government is saying the fourth militant was killed at a nearby hotel just this morning. burkina faso's president saying
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al qaeda in abu graib claimed responsibility for the paris attacks in november. 20 were killed in that siege and this time the number of dead is now up to 27. that number keeps changing craig. we are still trying to find out if americans were injured or killed. craig and erica. >> kelly, thank you. turning to politics and the battle with donald trump and senator ted cruz which shows no sign of letting up. we have nbc's kasie hunt live from myrtle beach, south carolina. erica. ted cruz and donald trump fighting this morning over what cruz calls new york values that conservatives. trump is hitting back but with the caucuses fast approaching, he is trading in the trademark big rallies in favor of retail politicking politicking. donald trump is still topping
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iowa tradition. >> we have to get out. we have to win. >> reporter: making his first ever stop at a pizza chain and showing his human side. comforting a family who lost a child to heroin overdose. >> i know what you went through. your son is proud of you. >> reporter: the national frontrunner showing no sympathy for his rival ted cruz. >> how are you going to be president if you don't know about a $1 million loan from goldman sachs. now he doesn't know he was a canadian citizen? >> reporter: cruz didn't tell officials about the loans from goldman sachs and citibank to help fund his campaign. on friday, he refused to answer questions about it. polls show cruz and trump far ahead of the establishment candidates battling for third. in new hampshire, marco rubio appealing to gun owners. >> i scored a rifle. thank you. >> reporter: hitting chris christie as a liberal.
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republicans running, not amendment. >> reporter: and lindsey graham endorsing jeb bush and calling marco rubio inexperienced. ready to be president. >> reporter: as many in the gop establishment are finally beginning to accept that trump could win the nomination. the next question, can trump forgive an establishment that is trying to find anyone who can beat him. >> i love people who treat me fairly. so far so good. >> reporter: some republicans are starting to wonder if trump couldn't lock up the nomination quickly if he is able to win in iowa. you know what? he seems to be trying harder than ever after that rally in iowa yesterday. he is in new hampshire this morning and then on to a rally here in south carolina on a saturday afternoon. erica. >> kasie hunt, thanks. on the democratic side, hillary clinton and bernie
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crucial debate tomorrow night right here on nbc. while clinton once looked unbeatable, she is facing a stiff challenge from the vermont challenger. nbc's kristen welker has more. >> reporter: craig, good morning. the stakes could not be higher for the debate in charleston. it comes as the democratic race is in an unexpected dead heat. it is also the final face-off for the candidates before the iowa caucuses. let's look at the numbers. in new hampshire, bernie sanders leads secretary clinton by four points. then in iowa, her huge lead has narrowed to just two points. 42 42% to 40%. what is going on? a lot of people think sanders is tapping into the anti-establishment candidate. secretary clinton's strategy is ramping up attacks against
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guns and health care. she is sending out her surrogates like chelsea clinton and her husband, bill clinton. >> you have to decide what is best for america. it is not close who is best commander in chief or the best change agent with economic and social progress. >> reporter: now chelsea and bill clinton will hold their first joint event in iowa later today. meanwhile, all of the democratic candidates will face-off at the dinner party here in charleston. it will be a prelude of some of the fireworks we will see here tomorrow night. craig. >> thank you, kristen. >> joining us is the political analyst and recently served as senior policy advisor for rand paul's campaign. good to have you with us. >> thanks for having me. >> let's start with the republican side.
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shows nationally, i want to get the numbers correct. cruz stands at 20%. donald trump is at 33%. looking at these numbers, and as we hear about the republican party preparing for donald trump as the potential nominee, what does that mean behind the scenes? >> for so long, i think everyone thought the donald trump phenomena was going away. two weeks until iowa, he is here to stay and people are adjusting to is it better to have trump or better to have cruz? who is the lesser of two evils of the establishment. that is what is going through the minds of establishment republicans. trump feels threatened by cruz away. at 7:00 a.m., he has been tweeting about cruz's canadian citizenship and the bank loans. >> it was revealed he had taken the first loan from his wife's employer, goldman sachs.
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morning there was apparently a second loan. this from citibank. what does this mean for the narrative he has been weaving that he risked it all the and did not take out loans, but used all of his family savings. >> it does not help his authenticity. that is something he is pushing. he is going up against the establishment and he was up against a wealthy opponent in texas. now that doesn't seem to match up. also, it quite frankly was never that believable. he is a princeton grad and harvard law grad. it is not a hard background and struggling when he ran for the senate in the first place. >> that's on the republican side. we turn to the democratic side. for the clinton campaign, this is clearly not, we can say what was expected with the race. bernie sanders really making gains here. how are things changing for the clinton campaign? are they responding well enough? >> they are clearly very concerned.
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quickly than it did back in 2008. you look at just this week. chelsea clinton makes an entrance on the campaign trail and goes the attack in a huge way. so much so that the clinton campaign tries to talk down what she's saying. the clintons are personally threatened and frankly, it is going to make for interesting television if bill clinton gets going the way he did back in 2008. so far, he's been subdued. how long can that last? i don't really count on it. >> it will be interesting. bernie sanders wins in new hampshire, they can write that off with the favorite son. if he wins in iowa, it is '08 all over again. elie elise, good to see you. >> you can catch the action. we are going to see it in the democratic debate here on nbc tomorrow night at 9:00 p.m. eastern. if you are worried about your 401(k) this morning, you are not alone. it has been the worst two-week start of the dow in history.
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on friday alone with the dow down nearly 400 points. why is this happening? what does it mean for you? cnbc's courteney reagan here on a saturday morning. >> good to see you. >> this has people harking back to 2008. is this 2008? >> i understand the fear, but this is not 2008. in 2008, the economy was on verge of total collapse. financial institutions were disappearing overnight. the stock slide we are seeing is fear induced. the fundamental companies of the united states are stronger now than in 2008. >> perhaps the companies were overvalued. >> very much so. that's where you hear the talk of correction. a correction typically is when stocks fall 10% from the more recent highs. that is what we see right now. that is a reset of stock prices.
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>> we hear a lot about oil and china. how much of all of this is tied to those two? >> very much. china and oil are the two factors that are driving stock prices lower. you think about china. the world's second largest economy. it is a very big buyer of industrial products and consumer goods. steel, copper, handbags and cars. if china is buying less of those things, that is a direct impact to the united states. oil prices are sitting at 12-year lows. oil is indicative of economic strength. supply right now is way overshooting demand. that means investment in the energy sector is down and jobs lost. >> simple question. what should people be doing with money right now and perhaps what should they not be doing? >> the first thing, don't panic. don't go out and sell blindly. have a gut check. talk to your financial adviser. if you don't have one, get one. make sure are you comfortable with your investments.
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you nervous, take back some of your risk. if you are younger, maybe you can afford more risk. more risk, more reward. >> thank you, courtney. the cdc is warning about the virus which causes birth defects. the centers for disease control and prevention issued a travel warning for pregnant women. the zika virus is spreading through the caribbean and latin america. about a dozen cases of zika have states. police in belize are hunting for the killer of the abc producer on vacation there. 39-year-old ann sweeney worked in chicago. she was last seen on thursday when she went out to do yoga exercises. search dogs found her body in a
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she was strangled after putting up a fight. police say so far they have no suspects. actor sean penn is speaking out about his interview with drug kingpin el chapo. he wrote about the interview why "rolling stone." he now says he regrets the article for the conversation it started. nbc's jacob rascon has more. >> reporter: they were at top of the their game. two actors with a scoop nobody saw coming. cartel leader on the run ready to tell all. the celebration is over. el chapo guzman is behind bars. kate del castillo and sean penn's article el chapo starting the wrong conversation as he tells cbs's charlie rose. >> i have regret that the entire discussion about the article
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>> reporter: in his article, penn writes, there is little dispute that the war on drugs has failed. as many as 27,000 drug-related homicides in mexico a year and opiate addictions on the rise in the united states. a discussion nobody seems to be having. >> not much dialogue. >> my article failed. let me be clear. my article has failed. >> reporter: instead of drug policy. the world wonders if el chapo can escape for a third time. it appears nobody got what they wanted, except the mexican and american governments. president obama and nieto congratulating each other yesterday over the recapture and the possibility of the leader of the world's most powerful cartel may finally face justice.
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we have folks on the plaza with umbrellas and ponchos. >> we have no cold air. we have no cold air to produce a lot of snow. most of the snow we are seeing in the higher elevations back through upstate new york and ski resorts in vermont and new hampshire. it is not a lot of snow. a couple of inches. it is fast moving. the rain is almost gone from new york city. the area of low pressure will pull away. snow on the back side of it mainly through maine. the lake-effect snow kicks in once the colder air moves over the great lakes. we are looking to 4 to 6 inches and in the great lakes, we could see a foot of snow in dunkirk, new york and off lake erie and off northern michigan. we could have 1 foot of snow in traverse city. out west, moisture streaming off the pacific. it is rain in seattle and snow
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this will shift into northern california. especially as we go into tomorrow. we could see several inches of rain and also up to a foot or more of snow through the highest elevations >> reporter: good saturday morning. soaking rains. we had snow mix indeed and freezing rain to the north and west of 495. a little more snow will mix in especially in wift and southern new hampshire. could get a slushy coating to a couple inches of snow and snowflake in boston. we dry out for kickoff. temperatures in the mid 30s. quiet on sunday. snow showe and that's your latest forecast. >> dylan dreyer, thanks, as always. no matter the weather, the skies are sunny for the tennessee couple who revealed on "today"
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powerball jackpot. lisa and john robinson made it official getting the ticket validated at the headquarters. sheinelle is here. >> the robinsons picked up the giant check. it will be about ten business days before they get the full amount. we have exclusive access to their big day. >> we won the powerball! >> the moment of truth. confirming what the robinsons already knew. >> we knew it was the ticket. have them say yes. >> the official validation. making the family instant millionaires. >> we're common people. we're just like you. >> the robinsons started their day with us with the behind the scenes look of the "today" show before sharing their story. >> mom, dad! >> john revealing he didn't want to stop for the ticket. >> i was on my way home from work. she called me and said do you
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lottery tickets. i said i didn't real like stopping that night. i said yeah, i'll stop and get them. >> it was lisa who discovered it wassing was worth millions. the couple has no plans to let the money change them. >> talk about your life before you won. how was life? >> work, work, come home. take care of business. and now it's going to be work, come home, take care of business. >> are you staying with your job? >> yes. >> back in the city of munford, neighbors and strangers alike expressing well wishes. >> it is the biggest thing to happen. >> this is exciting as winning. >> the robinsons immediate plans paying off their daughter's
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home in munford. >> the big houses are nice, but you also have to clean them. >> the sum is just under $328 million. they ask for privacy as they get settled in with the new found fortune fortune. the million dollar question is will they really get privacy? can they go back to normal? >> that's a small town. >> we will see what happens. >> you can call us to come down and clean it if you want. >> they were so excited to be here yesterday. they really enjoyed it. they were lovely. >> they will never been back. we'll never see them again. >> maybe they will do something good with the money. we can follow them. >> i like your thinking, dylan dreyer. okay, mr. sunshine. meantime, it's a big day for football fans as the nfl divisional playoffs get under way. the chiefs facing off against the new england patriots. >> go pats.
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patriots defending super bowl champs. the chiefs crushed the patriots, 41-14. >> calm down. >> then it is the green bay packers against the cardinals. you can see that game tonight here on nbc. coverage starts at 7:30 eastern. >> packers -- i won't say it. still to come here, the must-see moment of the week from the history making broadcast of the white house and major lawsuit over a popular lip balm. and adele with the lip sync miss.
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there are two democratic visions for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks and then tell them what to do. my plan -- break up the big banks, close the tax loopholes, and make them pay their fair share. then we can expand health care to all, and provide universal college education. will they like me? no. will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? you better believe it. i'm bernie sanders
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still to come on "today," a backlash against parents selling their children's girl scout cookies.
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and can you tell me how to get to "sesame street." the season kicking off with a new tv address. we have some very special guests in the studio this morning to tell us all about it.
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what would you do with five minutes to kill,
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check the scores. probably post a pic. how about register to vote? you can. five minutes online and a massachusetts drivers license is all it takes to register so you can vote go to registertovotema.com. it's that easy. done. i just registered. that was easy. register today. >> reporter: good saturday . 27 >> not the way we would like to start the weekend. cloudy skies and rain. we will go to chris.
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37 in boston. 32 in wister. 32 in new hampshire. areas are freezing rain and snow mixing in at time. of the north and west of 495. has it pumped in from the south and cool are air works in from the north we may get an inch or two of slushy snow with the highest rain seeing in wister. we dry out. it is dry by kickoff. temperatures for tail gating in the 30s. report report a marine and a native is missing after two helicopters collide during a training mission in hawaii. christopher orlando is one of 12 missing marines. crews have been searching for there's members. his family says they are waiting for more information. judge rejecting a trial for convicted mawr thon bomber. decision as a judge ordered him to pay 100 million dollars to
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it is unlikely heal be able to pay that much. special education teacher in west boilston is facing trouble police investigating improper behavior by this techer toward a student. more on that plus more later this cordes: most nurses are tough. they're problem-solvers. they like making things better. people don't have access to healthcare because they just can't afford it. bernie sanders understands how pharmaceutical companies and major medical companies are ripping us off. bernie tells the truth, and he's been consistent. he understands that the system is rigged, and he's the only one who can bring real change. i'm bernie sanders,
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just two hours ago, allied air forces began attack on iraq and kuwait. these attacks continue as i speak. ground forces are not engaged. >> we are back on a saturday morning. it is january 16th, 2016. tough to believe, but operation desert storm takes you back to saddam hussein and iraqi forces began 25 years ago today. >> my goodness. hard to believe. here is what is making headlines today. at least 27 people are dead after a terror attack in the west african country of burkina faso. islamic militants with ties to al qaeda held more than 100
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several attackers are dead, but searching for more. walmart is closing 262 stores around the world this year. 154 of them right here in the united states. walmart will close mostly express stores and focus on the super centers. 10,000 employees will be affected. and one of the stars of the '90s show "saved by the bell" is now behind bars. convicted of a stabbing in 2014. dustin diamond who played screech on the show is stabbed someone in the bar with non-life threatening injuries. we now get to "the download." >> a time to look back at the stories that had us talking. >> a morning show first. >> a "today" exclusive. broadcasting the entire show from the white house.
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stress, the american people need to hear from the president. >> i made the right decision. i'm positive. >> the historic show, the same day president obama delivered his final state of the union address. >> if you doubt america's commitment or mine to see if justice is done, just ask osama bin laden. >> the gloves were off with the republican debate stage. >> not a lot of conservatives come out of manhattan. >> when the world trade center came down, i saw something that no place on earth could have handled more beautifully or more humanely than new york. >> the night's biggest target is the democrats. >> ten american sailors captured and released after the boats entered iranian waters accidentally. >> it was a mistake. it was our fault. >> military officials call the video pure propaganda.
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behind bars again, newly released text messages show he had a crush on kate del castillo. the actress that brought sean penn. >> you are the best in the world. he wants to dance and drink tequilla with her. >> i have blisters all over. >> a class action lawsuit over eos lip balm. >> eos tells nbc news, we firmly believe this lawsuit is without merit. >> one thing that is a bit of a misnomer, something labeled organic is harmless. >> a world record jackpot. >> lucky news for a winner in china china hills, california.
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florida and munford, tennessee. >> john, john, you have to check the numbers. >> they will divide the $1.6 billion jackpot evenly. >> and one year ago this week, we met wrangler for the first time. >> in 260 shows, he made more friends. after the show each day, he heads home for a full day of training. it is all to prepare him for the formal guide dog training for the blind. >> you might all have solo karaoke moments in the car, but it never gets as epic as when adele takes on nicki minaj. given with flair i'm sitting big hair for yeah >> that is the greatest 15 minutes. if you have time to watch the whole car pool karaoke thing.
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>> it is amazing to remember that these music superstars also listen to music. >> i thought the same thing. she said she turns on the radio in the car. >> nicki minaj chimed in on twitter and said she is dumbfounded by all this. >> the lyrics are hard to memorandum or memorize. >> if the singing thing doesn't work for her, she is a job in british rap. dylan is back. we love dylan. it is getting cold. >> it is getting cold in the northeast. it is starting to work its way into the northern plains and upper midwest. the arctic high pressure system
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highs in fargo, 7 degrees below zero for a high temperature. 22 degrees below average. minneapolis should top out at 3. madison, wisconsin, is 20. as we go to sunday, minneapolis, it will feel 22 below zero with the wind. and chicago is going to feel like 4 degrees below zero sunday morning. then highs during sunday afternoon, only getting up to 12 below in fargo. 1 in green bay. 30 in pittsburgh. it will cooldown in the northeast. it is monday afternoon where you feel the chill. we are starting off with snow and a wintry mix through central vermont and new hampshire. that will move up into maine. we will see lake-effect snow kick in. on the west coast, rain up and down the west coast. it moves into >> reporter: good saturday morning. soaking rain, we had patches of freezing rain in northern wister and southern new hampshire and
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mix nothing across southern new hampshire. that will be more mid morning, seeing wet snow mixing in northern mass and southern new hampshire and a couple of inches of wet snow. especially in northern wister. this is drying out and cooling down at gillet. 36 by kickoff am host and that's your latest forecast. >> dylan, thanks. still ahead, have you felt your cell phone in your pocket buzzing when it wasn't? and i got this my second month here. you should have quit while you were ahead. 32 years at this place and i've got 9 days left before retirement. look jim, we've been planning for this for a long time. and we'll keep evolving things. so don't worry.
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terry bradshaw? what a surprise! you know what else is a surprise? shingles. and how it can hit you out of nowhere. i know. i had it. that' s why i' m here. c' mon let' s sit down and talk about it. and did you know that one in three people will get shingles? i didn' t know that. i did. he' s on tv saying it. but have you done anything? (all) no. that' s why i' m reminding people like you to ask your doctor or pharmacist about your risk of getting shingles. because if you had chickenpox then the shingles virus is already inside you. (all) oooh. who' s had chickenpox? scoot over. me too! when i got shingles i had this ugly band of blisters and look that nasty rash can pop up anywhere and the pain can be even worse than it looks. so talk to your doctor or pharmacist. we all in? (all) yes! good, ' cause if not we'
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of my career 12 hours straight. i know, talk about pain. seriously now, talk to your doctor or pharmacist today about a vaccine that can help prevent shingles. this portion of "today" is brought to you by merck. visit shingles.com to learn more. let's get you to trending. it is girl scout cookie time. it is stirring up a sour debate this morning. remember kids would go door-to-door selling cookies. now you may be approached at the office. that is nothing new. what is new is social media. some people are pushing back against what they are calling the practice of parents selling cookies for their kids. the point of the sales is to teach kids valuable life
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the question now is are parents short changing their kids by doing all the selling for them. >> i think so. the only thing is when i was a kid, we did jump rope. i would go door-to-door and canvas. can you let your kids go door-to-door? >> a girl scout knocked on the door. her mom was 20 feet back. we bought our obligatory three boxes. >> if my dad could have brought some to work and sold them for me, that would be amazing. i sold six boxes a year. >> you could take the form in with him. you could do it that way. you are supposed to do the talking. you have to make them do the work. a belated happy birthday to wikipedia this morning. the web site celebrated 15
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did you guys know that 28% of people alive today, 28%, have grown up never knowing a world without wikipedia. >> that's crazy. >> the site receives about 18 billion page views every month. it is the most linked to web site on the planet. there are now 35 million articles across all languages on wikipedia. there are middle school students who would not be in college today without it. >> i remember when a guy came to the door selling encyclopedia. >> we have the whole collection across the shelves. >> oh, the days. have you ever thought you felt your cell phone buzzing in your pocket or handbag and it was nothing at all?
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a name for it. phantom vibration syndrome. a research at indiana university says it affects a whopping 89% of college under grads. why does this happen? researchers say it shows how dependent we are on our phones. it is so common for us to experience that without the phone, he get a mistake with a nerve or an itch. i was just having this conversation the other day who kept thinking their phone was ringing. i said oh, it happens to me all the time to. and a feud with gervais and caitlyn jenner and jimmy fallon with the photo bombs sheinelle. >> one of his targets, of ricky gervais, was caitlyn jenner.
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>> what a role model. showing great bravery in breaking down barriers and destroying stereotypes. she didn't do a lot for women drivers. >> the joke referring to a fatal car crash she was involved in last february. now jenner is saying i will call the globes and see if they need a new host next year. gervais responded with this tweet. at last, she always breaks too late. ouch. the lesson here, never get into a war of words with a comedian. dear internet, anne hathaway, stop hating on jennifer lawrence. this is the experience with j-law and the reporter. >> you cannot live your life behind the phone. you have to live in the now. >> sorry, sorry. how do you see yourself for the
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>> we're at the golden globes. if you put your phone down, you'd know that. >> after that exchange, lawrence took heat online. anne is not having it. the actress and j-law fan took to her facebook page and said it was taken out of context. jennifer is a beautiful and talented and widely successful and popular oscar nominated young woman. please let us not punish her for these things. and what is better than being photo bombed than by jimmy fallon? how about being photo bombed by him and the cast of "sesame street." that is what happened to the parents and their children in the tonight show celebrity photo bomb. of course, being quiet is not what the muppets excel at. check out the kids reactions when they realized what was happening. >> hello! >> how are you?
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>> look at this. >> look who it is. >> that is so cute. we will be joined by ernie and abby cadabby later in the show. when was the last time you were so excited you were jumping up and down? >> when i got to work this morning. up next, we are putting ourselves in the hands of our fans. r before i had the shooting, burning, r pins-and-needles of diabetic nerve pain, these feet were the first in my family to graduate from college, raised active twin girls, and trained as a nurse. but i couldn't bear my diabetic nerve pain any longer. so i talked to my doctor and he prescribed lyrica. nerve damage from diabetes causes diabetic nerve pain. lyrica is fda approved to treat this pain. lyrica may cause serious allergic reactions or tell your doctor right away if you have these, new or worsening depression,
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we're back on a saturday morning. one of our producers went outside to see what questions the fans have for us. we have 60 seconds to know the questions. ready, set, go. the first question is how early do you have to get ready? for good morning, 3:30. i live an hour out. >> i get up at 3:15. >> this is a good one. what is your favorite area of town to visit your thing to do? >> i got the same one. what is your favorite place to visit in new york city. >> off broadway dance center. i can dance when i get a chance. >> we need video of that. >> people ask me places to go. the high line.
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live without? stelladora breakfast treats. >> who is your favorite coworker? that's a good one. >> oh, who is that? >> oh, okay. >> and who did you look up to most as a kid. i thought it was who did you look like most as a kid. is melvin married? >> happily married man. >> we're out of time. >> very happily. still to come here, several things you can do today that will help you get a head start on your week. but first this is "today." if i could blush, i would.
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