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good morning. it's on. polling strong in iowa and new hampshire, bernie sanders gets ready for the long haul against hillary clinton. >> well, guess what? that inevitable candidate ain't so inevitable today! >> while on the republican side, is donald trump about to get a major endorsement later today? ready for a rebound. all choice on wall street this morning after a brutal plunge. will the market bounce back from what's been the worst start to a year in history. monster in the making. the potential for a major snow storm targeting some of the biggest cities of the east this week. already bone-chilling
the deep south. al is on the case. and remembering a legend. take it easy, take it easy >> the tributes are pouring in for glenn frey, co-founder of the eagles who died at the age of 67. his monumental impact on today, tuesday, january 19th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news this is "today" is matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller, plaza. and good morning, everybody. welcome to "today" on a tuesday morning. we've been engaging in a little nostalgia this morning. the loss of glenn frey. freels so great. >> we've been on our play list going back and forth, our favorite eagles song. this guy was a legend. so much of my high school and college years and beyond and we'll talk about his legacy
>> we loved him so much, did a little a capella "desperado." >> no one was recording that, we hope. >> to today's top story, politics and the sprint to the finish in iowa. the caucuses are just 13 days away now and the race races in both parties are tightening and today five candidates are set to chris cross the hawkeye state making appearances at 19 events. we'll get to the democrats in a moment, but let's start with nbc national correspondent peter alexander and the republicans. peter, good morning. >> reporter: savannah, good morning to you. out just this morning our new nbc new survey monkey weekly online tracking poll, donald nationally. ted cruz 17 points behind. he's at 21%, but, of course, what matters most are those critical early states. today, both men are going to try to poach the others' supporters. cruz criss-crossing new hampshire where he trails trump, trump on the ground in iowa where cruz needs to lock up a win. >> this race nationally is coming more and more down to a two-man race, between me and
>> reporter: ted cruz in new hampshire no longer holding back. >> donald trump has said he thinks eminent domain is fantastic, and he supports using government power to seize private people's homes. >> reporter: trump getting personal with cruz. >> he's a nasty guy. nobody likes him. >> reporter: cruz dismissing that attack with a tweet featuring this janet jackson hit. >> donald the last couple of days has been a little rattled. his poll numbers went down, and he got a little upset. >> reporter: even conservative commentators are questioning trump's tactics. take rush limbaugh. >> whatever you want to say, cruz is not a nasty gay. when you get into criticism, it better be believable. >> reporter: under fire from being too liberal, trump is comparing himself to another former democrat. >> ronald reagan, when he was younger, was a very, you know, pretty strong liberal and he became quite conservative.
the first 60 years of his life supporting democratic politicians. >> reporter: on the trail, the tycoon is turning to his trump card, ivanka. >> this man will make america great again. >> reporter: at virginia's liberty university monday courting evangelical voters trump stumbled on scripture. >> 2 corinthians, 3:17 is the whole ball game. is that the one you like? >> it's second, not 2 corinthians. unfazed trump compared his best-seller to the word of god. who was read "the art of the deal" in this room. >> i always say a deep, deem second to the bible. the bible is the best, the bible blows it away. nothing like the bible. >> reporter: so now as for donald trump's special guest in iowa tonight the speculation is swirling on line that it could be of all people sarah palin, sarah palin has praised both trump and ted cruz in the past but to be very clear at this the campaign.
>> peter alexander, thank you. >> we'll talk about that speculation in a while. on the democratic side thousands turned out to hear bernie sanders speak at a rally in alabama last night while hillary clinton was busy campaigning in iowa where the two, as you know, are running neck and neck. nbc eandrea mitchell has more on that race. good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, matt. with less than two weeks to go before the first votes in iowa, hillary clinton and bernie sanders are turning up the heat, each hoping for a breakout victory in the iowa caucuses. >> when we began we were 50 points behind, 50 points behind the inevitable, inevitable democratic nominee. >> reporter: bernie sanders isn't letting up, putting pressure on hillary clinton in front of a massive alabama crowd monday night. >> that inevitable candidate ain't so inevitable today. >> reporter: the vermont senator is also making a case about his electability in a general
>> the last poll just came out yesterday, had us 15 points ahead of our very good friend donald trump. while and clinton is hitting republicans. >> i'll say one thing about the republicans, they may be wrong but they are consistent. >> reporter: speaking in iowa late monday about the economy, health care an education and show from the road. >> if you win the nomination, how do you win bernie sanders' supporters over? >> i have to keep working as hard as i can to convince as many people to support me as possible. >> reporter: a new nbc news survey monkey online poll this morning shows if the primary or caucus were held today 52% would vote for clinton, 36% for sanders. but both campaigns acknowledge the race is tightening in iowa and new hampshire. if clinton should lose both, south carolina democrats say
operation to challenge her there, so both candidates are getting more combative, barnstorming iowa this week. sanders today holding four different events, turning up the heat on clinton who is desperate to avoid a replay of her disastrous third place finish in iowa in 2008. and if sanders can win in these early states, he has plenty of money to prolong the nomination fight, something the clinton team had never anticipated when she launched her campaign last year. matt and savannah. >> all right, andrea mitchell, andrea, thanks very much. mark halperin is managing editor of bloomberg politics and nicolle wallace is an msnbc political analyst an served as an adviser to the mccain/palin campaign. good morning to both of >> you good morning. >> neck in neck between sanders and clinton. she's gone after him on guns, electability, his stance on health care. nothing seems to be working. you know what her choice is now. she can choose to go very negative. what are the risks for her?
positive message and a negative message and still hasn't defined her positive message. on the negative message she hasn't chosen it. what does she want to say about bernie sanders, he's not electable, and she has to pick something, her indecisiveness about what's in her heart she really wants to say about bernie sanders to try to beat him and stop his momentum which she's not done yet. >> certain irony because on the democratic side they are facing something similar to what the republicans are facing is all the polls, the poles, on the sides and he wants to do this, that and the other pie in the sky dreams that he can't get done and is that inspiring as a message? morning. first debate we sort of marked the beginning of her fall surge and going back to 2008 she's losing the head candidates, not the heart candidate. she's never been able to fix that structural problem she has running in the democratic primary.
second and let's move to the republicans. donald trump is promising today a big endorsement. >> huge. >> huge, sorry. i'll use his word. huge endorsement coming in iowa. everybody is speculating that it could be sarah palin. what do you know? >> i don't know anything. i didn't know anything when i did work for her, but she is someone, and i rarely say this about endorsements, but she could actually tip the scales in his favor because the voter that is influenced by sarah palin is the very last voter who is still on the fence perhaps between cruz and his arch rival now trump, so she has praised both of them. they are both her kind of republicans, and if she puts her finger on the scale for trump, it could be impactful in iowa. >> before i get to my next reporting on it? >> two republicans have told me it's palin, but the trump campaign isn't saying. donald trump's political director used to be a top adviser to sarah palin. the way the trump people are acting about it i betcha it might be sarah palin.
>> as nicole said, she's been very close to ted cruz and in a trump-cruz looking for every advantage, this is a psychological and big win for trump if he gets this. >> real quick, conservative talk radio, a couple of big hosts kind of unleashed what i considered to be a shout across the bow to trump, nine to take on cruz, don't call him naflty and raising birther issue. is trump likely to be swayed by that? does it matter, should it? >> a little bit of danger, a guy who has taken on fox news and plenty of establishment and anti-establishment parts of the party, so i don't think he needs to worry about it, but he does need to watch it because talk radio has been very good to him and doesn't want to give up that advantage. >> all right, guys. thanks very much, and you betcha we'll be watching what happens in iowa a little later this afternoon. by the way, we're taking the show on the road to iowa. we'll be live in des moines on the morning of the caucuses talking to candidates and voters alike. >> all right. now to the tense mood on wall street these days with stocks off to the worst start to a year
another wild week. let's go to jim cramer, host of "mad money" on cnbc. he's at the new york stock exchange this morning. jim, good morning to you. >> good morning, savannah. >> the dow has lost 8% of its value in the two weeks since trading began. that is not good. are you looking at this as potentially a technical blip? should we be worried about broad signs in the economy? >> well, i think the economy is slowing, so we have to accept the fact that stock prices could correct another 3%, 4%, but things are so crazy out there, savannah. we're looking up 2%, 3% today. i do not think that's sustainable and i want to caution people. don't get too excited. woods. >> overnight the markets did okay overseas so you think we might have an okay day today. >> well, i think we'll have an okay morning. we've not been able to sustain anything positive for a full day. i know that it seems like it's ridiculous that the federal reserve just raised rates last month, that the economy could be slowing, but it is slowing, and it's slowing worldwide.
i know you and a lot of analysts say it's oil. the price of oil is plummeting, and it's right at this place that you consider to be a threshold. if it gets to $25 a barrel, you say we've got a real problem. >> yes. i mean, look, there's ten states involved in the production of oil, but they will be hurt. more importantly we will see bankruptcies. the oil companies cannot handle below $25. they will be losing a lot of money, and unless world growth picks up, particularly chinese growth and that's what's exciting to people today, that maybe china will stimulate, you'll see bankruptcies and a slowdown that's out of sync with the federal reserve that wants to raise rates perhaps four times in 2016. >> we'll be watching the price of oil and at the moment that iran is looking to add more oil to the market, the world market. jim cramer at the stock exchange, we'll keep in touch. thank you. >> thank you. let's take a look at some other news this morning and we're hearing from the families of those americans who were released from captivity in iran and learning a little bit more about what it took to secure
nbc's keir simmons is in landstuhl, germany, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, matt. plenty of folks back home wondering what will these guys get to go home and as we learn more about their treatment in iran it's becoming clear that their recovery both here and over there in the states will be a slow process. this morning jason rezaian is enjoying time with his wife, mom and brother who says jason asked about baseball and his basketball team the warriors over dinner. >> he actually knew how the warriors were doing, that's how big a fan he was from in prison. >> reporter: that notorious iranian prison jason said at one point he spent 49 days in solitary confinement. his only exercise in an 8 x 8 foot concrete yard. amir hekmati reunited with his sisters and brother-in-law describes being tortured by iran's revolutionary guard. >> he was in solitary confinement in a one meter by one meter cell for a very long period of time deprived of sleep. >> reporter: psychologists at
men's state of mind, a representative of freed priss another saeed abedini jailed for three and a half years tells nbc news saeed has yet to see his family, another markings former fbi agent bob levenson is still missing in iran, iran consistently denying knowledge of his disappearance and has offered to help in the search for him, but his family criticizing a deal they say didn't include him. >> i was shocked. i was disappointed. i was extremely angry, and i felt betrayed. >> he's given his life to this country for decades. done over 30 years of work for the u.s. government and he's been abandoned and he's a soldier that was left behind. >> reporter: at one point the iranians even tried to present -- prevent jason rezaian's wife and mother from flying out of the country with him, according to the family. he and amir hekmati are undergoing more medical evaluation and one representative tells me that
physically, matt and savannah, >> all right. keir simmons in germany on that store we good news. keir, thank you very much. the mayor of flint, michigan is heading to washington, d.c. today looking for help dealing with her city's water crisis. mayor karen weaver is going to try to secure a disaster declaration at the federal water. flint's water supply was contaminated with lead when the city started taking tapwater from the flint river in 2014 in an effort to save money. tests later showed children are blood. the state is currently providing testing filters and bottled water for the city of 99,000 people. all right. take a look. he has that look. >> he does. has that happy little we've got a snow storm. >> anything could happen look. >> exactly. because we've got -- unlike a lot of storms, we have a lot of cold air in place so we're talking about the potential for a pretty good storm along the eastern seaboard. now, here's why we don't want to
the energy for the system is still off the pacific coast and then has to make its way in. but the way we look -- what we're looking at right now, by thursday the system makes its way into the central and southern plains. snow from memphis to tone "k." again, maybe 3 to 4 inches of snow, but known friday it sets up along the eastern seaboard. a wide swath of snow is possible, but heavy snow in the appalachians, and as we get friday into saturday, depending on the model, we could see heavy snow from boston all the way back to washington, d.c. again, we're not going to give you any accumulations, but the potential is there for a decent amount of snow. measured possibly in a foot or more and then sunday it moves off the coast. the other differentiating factor here is the cold air. feels like 13 below in chicago and 1 in washington and 2 in new york city and over the next three days while these temperatures moderate they are still at or below freezing and that means we've got the potential for all the ingredients for a major
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seven-day forecast focusing on that potential of a snowstorm >> and that's your latest weather. >> all right. al, thanks very much. we told you a little earlier in the show that tributes are pouring in morning for glenn frey, the co-founder of the eagles, one of the most popular and successful bands of all time. carson is here with more on that. carson, good morning. >> good morning, guys. frey died here monday in new york city after his health took a turn for the worse. he battled complications from rheumatoid arthritis, pneumonia and digestive issue, his condition forcing the group to postpone an appearance at the kennedy center just last month. take it easy >> reporter: glenn frey's talent struck a chord with generations of fans. the detroit native moved to california as a young aspiring musician and hit it off with a drummer named don henley in 1970. >> from the first rehearsal i
of music none of us had ever heard before. >> reporter: the two got together and formed the eagles, one of the greatest songwriting teams of all time, allowing the new genre of country rock to take flight. living it up at the hotel california >> reporter: henley credits frey for starting it all, calling him the spark plug and the man with the plan. the group turned the state of california into a sound, landing them five number one hits, six grammys and five amas, their popularity far outlasting them. the eagles split in 1980 which left frey flying solo the heat is on >> reporter: burned up the charts with several hits on his own and pursued an acting career which included a role on "miami vice." despite henley's claim that the eagles would only reunite when
reconciled in 1994 and was indiana ducted into the rock 'n' roll hall of fame four years later. henley now reflecting on his bandmate with a touching tribute saying, quote, he was like a brother to me. we were family, and like most families there was some dysfunction. i'm not sure i believe in fate, but i know that crossing paths with glen louis frey in 1970 changed my life forever. frey not only changed henley's life, comedian steve martin writing shocker, my friend from the early days. we love you and magic johnson taking to twitter saying glenn was a lakers fan and have many good times at the games and outside of them. very, very sad news. >> in terms of groups, beatles, stones, eagles. >> right there. >> something about that music that i think transports you to a certain place and time in your life and so much love. >> and glenn really personified that in the group. he was a great, great, great guy. he had a smile that was
like everything was going to be all right and ultimately that's what the eagles music did. >> i agree, transports you to a different time in your life, for me it's my college dorm room but enough about that. >> i was going to say. >> for me it was fifth grade, but, hey, you brought it up. >> carson, thank you. just ahead, mounting pressure on chris rock. should the oscar host join a growing list of stars threatening to boycott this year's show. plus, a stunning decline in drunk driving. what's being credited with lowering alcohol-related deaths
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the day. once again provincetown schools. and right now let's go to chris lambert with your forecast. >> chris: christa, cold and windy. ?ies seeing the sunshine in the city of boston, but that wind is brutal. gusting to 32mph in the city. gusts 40 out through worcester. wind-chill minus 1 in boston. minus 9 in worcester and staying cold throughout the day. high temperatures only in the mid-20s. >> christa: we're also following a fast track alert. this is on 128. let's go to danielle gersh. >> danielle: that accident in lexington has actually cleared, christa. now sky7 is over this accident. this is route 3 in lowell. let's go to the maps really quickly. you can see we still have major delays from that accident in lexington. 128 southbound back to 93, that drive going to take you 31 minutes. then you're stop-and-go the rest of your drive into boston on route 93. >> christa: danielle, thank
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crowd. we appreciate them even more this morning. 16 degrees outside on the plaza. we're going to bundle up and get out and say hi to those people in a little while. meanwhile, take a look at the head links. donald trump heads to iowa for a rally today. his campaign is promising a major announcement hand a very special guest. endorsement. there is speculation it could be from sarah palin. >> a large and boisterous crowd greeted democratic presidential hopeful bernie sanders in alabama last night. his first rally in that state of
quick to pointous his surge in the polls. >> when we began
we were 50 points behind, 50 points behind the inevitable, inevitable democratic nominee. well, guess what. that inevitable candidate ain't so inevitable today! >> as for democratic front-runner hillary clinton, she held a rally of her own in iowa. >> and the music world it mourning the loss of'sles legend glenn frey. the 67-year-old died in new york on monday. he wrote or co-wrote many of the band's hits "hotel california," "take it easy" and "desperado." >> a new twist in the backlash against the oscars all-white nominations with some stars now saying they will not attend the ceremony and some are wondering if this year's host chris rock should do the same. nbc's morgan radford is following this story for us. morgan, good morning to you.
savannah. a-list celebrities are calling for a boycott after not a single actor of color was nominated for an academy award. that's why director spike lee is asking the academy to, in his opinion, do the right thing. hollywood hitting hard with stars like spike lee and jada pinkett smith vowing to boycott the show. all eyes are on the host. chris rock now facing questions over whether he, too, will drop out. rock didn't respond to requests for comment but earlier addressed the controversy tweeting the oscars, the white b.e.t. awards. for her part jada pinkett smith says he's still perfect for the role. >> hey, chris, i will not be at the academy awards and i won't be watching, but i can't think of a better man to do the job at hand this year than you, my friend. good luck. >> reporter: many expect rock to use his trademark brand of humor and not shy away from the honesty that has made him so popular. >> at least they make movies for white people to enjoy. >> reporter: he addressed the same issue when he hosted back
>> we have four black nominees tonight, so great. tonight >> reporter: academy's first black president issued a statement overnight saying she was heartbroken and frustrated, adding it's time for big changes and that the academy would do more to promote diversity. >> we have all of this talent. >> reporter: jesse jackson called for a boycott in 1996 when no actors of color were nominated that year either. >> 75% of the box office, and yet african-americans not one nomination, asian-men zero. >> reporter: 20 years later the same thing. spike lee says he means no disrespect to chris lock but won't support, quote, the lilly white awards show. >> but there is one night we all dream in gold. >> reporter: this year while the
may lose support of color. on the other hand, others say the lack of diversity isn't about race. it's about the movies that are eligible. the question now is more stars join the boycott, will the viewers follow suit. back to you. >> all right. big issue, morgan radford. >> by sheer chance i ran into chris rock, i'm not going to say what he said about this, but don't you think it would be better for him to stick it out and do the hosting, because if he pulls out it's a big story for one day. >> right. >> if he decides to host there's all that anticipation and everything he says on that stage gets played over and over again, difference. >> a better way to deal with it. >> he has more of an impact by being there and doing it from the inside. >> i think so. let's take a look at the lives. ride sharing services like uber and lyft are growing in popularity mothers against drunk driving is crediting them with
driving accidents. d.c. tom, good morning. >> reporter: millions of us are using these phones. we click on an app and the car is there very quickly, build to our credit card and it turns out a lot of people are clicking on this app when they realize maybe they have had too much to drink. turns out it could be a good thing to be taken for a ride. in south beach where the party never ends, uber says its ridership peaks just when drunk drivers typically hit the road. >> you're home safe at the end of it. >> it's not worth your life. >> there's no more drink and driving. there's no reason to. >> reporter: new york alone now has more ubers than yellow taxis taxises taxis and across the country the popularity of ride-sharing apps is credited for at least helping drive down alcohol-related deaths on the road. down a full 25% in nevada in just 2015, down 22% in virginia
years. partiers simply pull out their phones, hit the app and wait for a ride. >> they are getting in, can i play my music and the next thing you know it feels like you're in a club on wheel. >> reporter: in washington this driver says three to four times a night. on fridays and saturday she picks up partiers too drunk to drive. >> i've been fortunate they have not got sick in my car. >> reporter: in san francisco aaron kennedy drives for lyft. >> i took a group of ladies up to napa to go wine tasting and instead of them deciding who was going to be the designated driver i was the one that was able to drive them. >> reporter: a mothers against drunk drivers survey found 78% of people say they and their friends are less likely to drive impaired with ride-sharing now available. it's all good news, says madd, whose president lost her own son to drunk driving. dustin church was only 18 when the intoxicated driver of the car he was in went off the road. >> if that technology was available, he could possibly be alive because he would have gotten his own ride.
is as simple as an app on a phone. yesterday just minutes after we interviewed that d.c. uber driver helpela, she got another call, picked up a passenger and turns out he was intoxicated, she told us later. every 52 minutes somebody dies in an alcohol-related accident. 13,000 lives a year. so if this is helping to cut into it, it's very good news indeed. guys, back for you. much. >> let's get a check of the weather now from mr. roker. >> reporter: well, guys, we've been dealing with lake-effect snow for the last couple of days stretching from michigan all the way to new york state. we'll look at some video here from ohio. can you see that accidents, cars off the road, major, major problems, and for today we're going to put up with one more day of lake-effect snow stretching from. a blah, ohio to parts of new england, anywhere from 4 to 6 inches of snow. we're also watching a clipper coming out of the rockies
it will bring snow starting off today in omaha and to kansas city. winter weather advisories in effect for 25 million people. this will continue to spread down to the south so nashville, indianapolis, lexington and asheville will be seeing snow as well. we look at the snowfall totals stretching from omaha all the way to asheville, about 2 to 4 inches, but from paducah to just north of nashville we're talking about 4 to 6 inches of snow and this isn't even the storm we're talking about coming later this week. that's what's goin >> chris: plenty of cold. plenty of wind through the day. 17 in boston. 12 in worcester. winds gusting 30 to 40mph. it will gust 40 to 50 later this morning into this afternoon. sunshine and some clouds mixed in at time, but overall a cold day out there. upper teens in the worcester hills. mid-20s in the city of boston this afternoon. 7 on 7 forecast, dry and cold throughout the week. there is a potential of a celestial storm that could bring some snow and wind in here on
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>> when they told the world exclusively here on "today" they won a share of the $1 billion jackpot and then flying to nashville to validate the ticket. >> they got the piece of paper, we got the money. >> not quite absorbing it. >> still uncertain. >> worried like anybody might. >> we're like good ole folks. >> about the price of their hotel that night and with the new found fame they got a private tour of elvis' mansion graceland, something lisa always wanted to do. >> we're getting special treatment just because i did win the lottery. >> and an invite to the country ball sponsored byst jude children's hospital where they met country music elite, like the lead singer of alabama. less than a week after this changed their lives forever. >> tonight's jackpot is approaching $1.6 billion. >> the robinsons are back in munford, tennessee. >> i'm home, in my home.
>> home sweet home, honey. >> but the enormity is just starting to sink in, and it's more than just the size of the jackpot jackpot. >> i love my hondas and can't even drive my own car right now. >> we're very private people. >> my friends, they want to come see me and they can't come see me right now. >> i'm a little overwhelmed. >> i want to go visit some of my friends and just relax. >> lisa was back at work monday. john is planning to go back today. in the end though, maybe john had it right. >> got my wife on my arm. what more can i ask for? got plenty of money now. >> sweetest ever, but as you can see it's been quite a roller coaster ride for john and lisa and lisa wants to surround herself with real, really good friends and savannah and i friends. >> we're available. anything. >> don't you think will work out for them because they are normal, really good-hearted people. >> they have a great family. >> talking about going back to work on monday, maybe it was
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it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, steve says he's sorry. >> i have to apologize. >> steve harvey opens up about the moment that stunned the world. >> i'm really -- i'm beyond sorry for what happened that night. >> as he finally sits down with the women at the center of his miss universe mistake. >> then, dishing it out. from nabbing a hard-to-get reservation to the one thing you should never ask your server. a restaurant insider shares the secrets of dining out. >> and baby weight. >> on a little ride with our
>> no more executions. jenna and i get back to the gym with a little help from our little one, today, tuesday, january 19,
2016. >> here from oklahoma university. go bisons. >> to all our friends in indian beach, north carolina. >> shout-out from alabama. >> i turned 14 today. >> today is my 18th birthday. >> i'm celebrating my 90th birthday at the "today" show. ch yay! >> hi, guys. good morning, everybody. it's 8:00 on "today." it's january 19th. it's a tuesday, and it is a chilly one. 17 degrees. >> windchill of about 2.
that's how i know that's legit cold. >> crazy cold out here. >> this is the real thing. >> anyway, what do we have coming up? >> let me tell you what's coming up, matt. we'll tell you how to decode the labels on your favorite beauty products. i know you're wondering about some of the mysterious terms. we'll tell you what you're really putting on your face. >> all right. you know what else we have coming up, day two of our slow cooker week. >> cannot wait for this. >> you know what we have. >> short ribs and cheese grits. you get to sit and taste and i'll be cooking that. >> so much for eating light, baby. >> there will be cheese grits. natalie has the top stories. good morning. >> good morning. with the lead-off iowa caucuses just 13 days away republican front-runners ted cruz and donald trump are competing for conservative voters. on monday cruz criticized trump for comparing himself to president ronald reagan. he said reagan did not spend the first 60 years of his life supporting democrats. trump courted evangelical
and quoted from scripture and joked that his own best-seller, "the art of the deal" is second only to the bible. on the democratic side, bernie sanders reminded supporters in alabama monday night that he was once 50 points behind hillary clinton and now they are running neck and neck in iowa. he also cited poll numbers to back up his case that he could beat donald trump in a general election. hillary clinton kept her focus on the republicans, calling them wrong but consistent. professional tennis is being rocked by a report that accuses top players of cheating linked to organized gambling. nbc national correspondent craig melvin is here with the very latest. craig, good morning. >> natalie, good morning to you. with the australian open getting under way a story that's starting to get a lot of attention, the investigation analyzed more than 26,000 matches and found abnormal betting patterns again and again.
the season under way. in australia sunshine, but the game now under a shadow of corruption, match fixing. with buzzfeed and the bbc reporting that tennis officials have failed to deal with widespread corruption saying 16 players, all ranked in the top 50, have fixed matches, losing for money. the report says eight of the suspected players are now playing in the australian open and some of the accused are grand slam winners. >> i would love to hear names, you know, and then at least it's concrete. >> i can only answer for me. i play very hard and every player that i play seems to play hard. >> retired player james blake thinks some of the lower ranked players are more vulnerable. >> the guys that are 100, 200, 300th in the world because they are not making as much money. >> reporter: allegations date back to a tour investigation in 2007, the same year world number one novak djokovic said members of his team were approached allegedly offered $200,000 to throw a match at the
>> i was not approached directly. of course, we -- we threw it away right away. >> reporter: djokovic ultimately did not play in that match. top sports officials are accused of ignoring claims and failing to investigate. >> the tennis integrity unit and the tennis authorities absolutely reject any suggestion that evidence of match fixing has been suppressed. >> reporter: well, one australian player said he had even been approached through facebook a while ago, and here's a story that i think we'll be talking a lot about. >> maybe starting to hear some names as well. thank you, craig melvin. there was an unusual finish to a car chase in long beach, california monday night. a police officer used a spin maneuver to end the pursuit. when the driver got out, several dogs in the back seat made a run for t.traffic was held up while officers scoured around the freeway to corral the frisky perhaps frightened pups there. animal control officers were called in to help and soon
well, you don't need suspenders to keep your pants up during a minnesota winter. there's a new kind of sculpture dotting the landscape in northeast minneapolis. pants frozen stiff standing on their own. this craze started a few years ago when one guy took his jeans out of the spin cycle and molded them into shape outdoors and soon others were doing the same. could be the most fun that you can have when the temperatures dip below zero in minnesota. >> most fun you can have with your pants off, is that what you're saying? >> i didn't go there, but, of course, you did. >> all right, natalie. thank you very much. if we stood out there two >> i know. there. >> frozen pants. let's take a look at the firestorm sparked by steve harvey a little earlier this month when he mistakenly crowned universe pageant. >> well, for the first time he's opening up about that night on his tv show, and natalie caught up with him in chicago. >> that's right. i was at the show's taping last week, and harvey is now spelling it out in a two-day special
both miss universe and miss columbia. he's faced angry insults and accusations that it was all a publicity stunt and even death threats in the ensuing outcrime. >> i'm truly sorry. i wish -- i wish we all could have gotten it right that night. >> steve harvey is breaking his silence on the coronation that made headlines worldwide for all the wrong reasons. columbia! >> last month he named miss columbia miss universe by mistake. >> i have to apologies. >> only moments later the crown was removed and placed on the real winner, miss philippines. >> i blew it in a big moment, and the person that was hurt the most was her. me. >> he sits down with both contestants in a two-part special, miss universe, the truth. miss universe revealed her crown
>> i tried to keep a safe distance from her as not to disrespect her -- no, because i didn't want her to feel bad. i was being sensitive to her feelings, so when i was standing there, i was very happy that i won. i was excited, but i -- i was also thinking about her and i couldn't help but think about how tough this must be for her. >> an emotional harvey publicly apologized to miss columbia and asked for her forgiveness. >> i cast you into a spotlight, a place that i -- that i never intended to, that i would not want to happen to anybody. i just want to say how sorry i am. i'm really -- i'm beyond sorry for what happened that night and that -- that it was you. >> miss columbia says she forgive him.
four and a half minutes when you're wearing the crown. >> it was the happiest four minutes and a half that i ever, and i have been able to make an entire country happy, but after that i felt horrible i was crying a lot. now i can say, okay, it was the worst night of my life, but it was the best one, too. >> yeah, the best because now she's having a lot of opportunities to do things like commercials and perhaps maybe a universe pageant so we're going to have a lot more of that. that full conversation with steve harvey and miss columbia will be right here tomorrow on "today" including harvey's explanation of what happened that night, and can you see more of steve's miss universe, the truth special on his show today and just check your local listings for times. >> all right. natalie, thank you. >> thanks, nat. coming up on trending, did you hear one about the washing machine, the trampoline and the brick? >> no. >> you will. >> i could watch that for hours.
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>> absolutely. >> you're babies. >> men for sure. >> you get in the fetal position on the couch. >> because they are babies. >> no, there might be another reason, okay, especially when it comes to the flu. scientists at johns hopkins university, that makes this true, have said when it comes to the flu they have found that the voyeurs hits men a lot harder than it hits women because estrogen in women protects them from the more aggressive symptoms of the flu leaving men to face the worst cases. >> it was all men who did the survey. >> we are the stronger gender, we know. >> by the way, these two things can be true at the same time. >> this helps you in the flu story but about the sniffles, you know that, and you know that that's what you do, you get a cold, i feel terrible. >> talks to me like she talks to vail. >> you're a baby. >> exactly. >> we have good news for everybody out there who does not
despite what we've heard in the past it turns out that in fact you can reverse some of the negative effects of sleep deprivation. this comes from a rather small study at the university of colorado boulder, not your johns hopkins but found catching up on sleep during the weekend could offset health problems associated with sleep loss like increased risk of diabetes. >> that's how we all catch up. >> who catch eds up on the weekend? >> and, you know, even when i got little sleep, i still feel pretty bad. >> i got a lot of sleep this weekend an i still wanted to take a nap in the afternoon. >> what time do you normally wake up on weekends. get up at 4:00 to do this show, what do you wake up on weekends? >> 8:00. >> it depends. >> my kids are older so they turn the tv on. >> 7, 7:30. >> 5, 5:15. >> that's when my eyes open. >> then close them again. >> got to feed the roosters. >> feed the chickens. >> wake up. >> all right.
the time? you know the answer, you put a brick in a washing machine and trampoline. >> wow. me. >> looks animated. time. >> does look like it floats a little bit. flop over. viral. you know what, the more i look at it the more it looks fake. >> i did see strings underneath it. >> check it out, internet. >> go online and take a look. >> a star whose cover was blown. hollywood's newest star gets even more adorable. carson and "pop start." >> take a look at this blurry image, can you tell who that is, the coat, the hood, the shade. >> beyonce. >> matt told us before the
he knew saying she hit the university of southern california to rehearse her upcoming super bowl performance and when students heard she was on campus rightfully so they went nuts. >> why didn't she own it? >> beyonce is going to join coldplay at the halftime show in february. >> maybe the limo and the hood. >> the security guards. >> why cover yourself up, just own it. >> that's right. >> next a big first for the world's most famous and beautiful supermodel. take a look at the latest cover of "vogue." it may look like ben stiller but it's actually "zoo lander" and in his first cover he got the 74 questions treatment showing off his new york loft and answering all sorts of questions about his life as a model. >> so how long have you lived here? >> actually i only winter here. my summer place is upstairs. >> what's the first thing you thought of when you woke up this morning? >> hmm, i must have fallen asleep. >> what's the best part about
you have really good looking people and also very attractive sgleem what are three words to describe living in new york? >> hustle, bustle and gosh. >> how do you feel about brooklyn? >> i really hope they find a cure. >> see the whole video at today.com. guys, finally, a new reason to love one of this season's young breakout stars. his name is jacob tremblay. he's just 9 years old and stars in the movie "room" and over the weekend he won a critics choice award and we showed you some of the speech on monday. if you happen to have missed that, take a look. >> this is super cool. i first want to say thank you to all the critics who voted for me. it must be a super hard vote because of all the other great actors in this category. >> apparently jacob wasn't done being adorable. later that night he celebrated at an after party with some
>> wow. >> come on, matt, say something here. great one-liners. >> i am speechless. that kid is great. >> super awesome. >> he is awesome. >> that is cool. mr. roker. >> love that day. here's what's going on. a clipper brings some snow through the plains and an icy mix further south. high surf advisories from the pacific northwest coast all the way down to the carolina coast. cold, bitterly cold here in the northeast, windy conditions, sunshine and abnormally chilly in the south as well. we've got this storm system that we're going to be watching. we see it developing thursday bringing some snow through the mid-plains and then as we move into friday it makes its way towards the east coast. we look friday into saturday with heavy snows stretching south of boston on into weese and then sunday moves off the coast. still too early to give you accumulations. we'll probably be able to do
tomorrow morning to give you a >> chris: plenty of cold. plenty of wind through the day. 17 in boston. 12 in worcester. winds gusting 30 to 40mph. it will gust 40 to 50 later this morning into this afternoon. sunshine and some clouds mixed in at time, but overall a cold day out there. upper teens in the worcester hills. mid-20s in the city of boston this afternoon. 7 on 7 forecast, dry and cold throughout the week. there is a potential of a celestial storm that could bring some snow and wind in here on saturday and into saturday ni >> and that's your latest weather. matt. >> all right. a thank you so much. day two ever our special series consumer confidential. we talked about the airlines on monday. today it's all about restaurants and what you can do to improve your dining out experience. this is damon cornhauser director of operations as rosso pomadoro here in new york city. >> thanks for having me. >> got our people sitting at
tell us our secrets. how do you get the best table in a hot new restaurant other than dropping savannah's name. >> that won't help. >> planning ahead, definitely, as far out in advance as you possibly can. day of and trying to secure that really hot seat, the best thing i can say is after 3:00 in the afternoon. most restaurants are not really planning out their dining room until the mate d or the host gets there and you're hoping maybe there's a cancellation and you can slide in. >> carson is eating out in your restaurant and you come up as special. >> absolutely. >> does that mean you've got too much of that in the kitchen and you're trying to get rid of it? >> not anymore. these days a special an opportunity for either a chef to try out something new that might end up on the menu, an opportunity for a s 0 s chef to experiment and impress the chef and something really cool and rare enough that it won't be on the menu that the chef gets to play with. >> not all ingredients are all that fresh at restaurants. >> it's a brave new world. everything is fresh when it gets to the restaurant. what the chef tends to do with it over the course of the
>> including the waiters who are fresh. >> go ahead, guys. if you're here and sitting down, shouldn't you ask, okay, what's good here, what do you like? >> what's good here is one of my least favorite questions because what's really important it's not what's good here, it's what good here for you, so any leading questions that you can ask the server that sort of lead them in the direction of what you're in the mood for, i want something rich and kind of decadent, it's a cold day out or i had a big lunch. what's a little bit lighter? >> if you want wine, should you go ahead and ask for help on the wine or are you going to get taken? >> absolutely. these days, a lot of restaurants who someone whose sole job is to give you something you like at any price point. having a couple of words to steer them, dry and fruity don't mean anything anymore, i like old world, earthy, something kind of ripe. >> bold. >> a great word. >> great restaurants will have a good house wine? >> it is. house wine is a phrase that isn't used as much and because
the cheapest wine here and what you can say is there's something that you can feature or something that you guys are particularly excited about. >> i'll stop using that phase. date. what are your names? >> al, natalie. >> what are your questions? >> when people come in and now some restaurants are actually charging a cake fee. if you want to bring in a cake, birthday party for al. fees. hospitality is a business that at every stage tries to make you forget that it is and it only works if we actually sell stuff and we can only keep the doors open if we sell stuff. at the end of the day anything that helps protect our margins, i hate to say it, it we've got to charge a little bit for that bottle of wine and if you want to bring in crumbs cupcakes. then. >> if you bring something in it might not be the table that i want to incentivize with that but there's always being nice gets you a long way. >> people get annoyed when they are not seated quickly or trying
>> sure. >> how do you deal with that and is there a backlash from the staff when you do that? >> there isn't so much. i would say it's a don't shoot the messenger. whether the food is taking a while to come out, it's not the cook's fault. at the end of the day it's real et management. did they bring in too many night. people going too long at a table. at the end of the day, management is your best friend. get to know them, become a rec and then start to learn what you like and -- >> proper percentage to tip is? >> 20%. >> that's the average. >> 20% is actually the average, not even the high end anymore. >> can you spot a good tipper as soon as they sit at a table. >> you tend to find that the friendly and nice people and who are engaging and simply enjoy dining and tend to reward good service. >> what about putting the tip in, building it in already? >> sure. well, it's certainly starting to grow. it is not widespread enough so i would say it's less the menu or the bill says gratuity has been included.
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for low-income seniors. it will ensure that all seniors can retire with dignity and respect. i'm bernie sanders, and i approve this message. >> this is 7news now. >> sarah: good tuesday morning, everybody. it's 8:27 as you take a live look over boston. let's send it over the chris lambert with more on your forecast. >> chris: plenty of sun in the city of boston, sarah. also plenty of wind. 17 degrees. 12 in worcester right now. wind in the city of boston gusting to 41, gusting to 46 in worcester. mixture of sun and clouds through the day, however, that wind staying with us, gusting 40 to 50mph. there's a wind advisory in effect until 7:00 p.m. dry and cold through the rest of the work week. snow and wind potential by the weekend. >> sarah: the mbta taking steps to make sure the bitter cold temperatures don't cause problems for the morning commuters. the "t" ran trains without passengers overnight to keep the system moving.
they're more likely to break. convicted murderer aaron hernandez is due back in suffolk superior court this afternoon. a date for his double-murder trial is expected to be announced. the former patriots' tight end is accused of killing two men in boston in 2012. hernandez is serving a life sentence for murdering odin lloyd. a new report says police removed nearly 1,000 guns from the streets across massachusetts in 2015. according to the "herald," officers and troopers seized 927 guns last year. 162 of those weapons were illegally owned. today in new england returns at 9:00.
tip of my toes. >> exactly. >> by the way, have a great range of birthdays today, have a 14-year-old birthday. >> that's great. >> and a 90-year-old birthday over here. that's fantastic. nice to have you guys where it's warm. >> happy birthdays, guy. coming up, a perfect people for a day like this. it will warm you up. get this, short ribs and cheese grits and easy to make. throw it in the slow cooker. >> look who is here, everybody. chelsea handler. we'll get to the bottom of her any series tackling everything from silicon valley to drugs. >> does she look more like a ribs person or a grits person. >> >> wouldn't you like to know. >> oh, okay. >> beauty products decoded. how to understand the tricky labels before you smear the stuff all over your face. >> and jenna bush hager is here to erase the excuses we have for not exercising. how to use the limited time we all have and our kids to make a great workout. >> but, first, mr. roker, how about a forecast for all these
>> they are doing okay in here. otto, 90 years ago, came in from germany and got off the boat and never left. awfully nice. >> good to have you here. >> more storms coming into the pacific northwest, and we'll see this continue through today into thursday. another system comes on the west coast today, surf, coastal flooding, mountain snow accumulating and then wednesday we get a little bit of a break and then the next system comes in targeting from california to western washington. rainfall amounts 2 to 5 inches of rain from
seattle all the way into northern california. coastal ranges also seeing more and then we're looking at more snow from snoqualmie pass all the way down into yosemite, mt. whitney. snow. that's what's going on around >> chris: plenty of cold. plenty of wind through the day. 17 in boston. 12 in worcester. winds gusting 30 to 40mph. it will gust 40 to 50 later this
sunshine and some clouds mixed in at time, but overall a cold day out there. upper teens in the worcester hills. this afternoon.
7 on 7 forecast, dry and cold throughout the week. there is a potential of a celestial storm that could bring some snow and wind in here on saturday and into saturday ni >> that's your latest weather. savannah. >> all right. a thanks so much and now to our start today series helping you begin the new year on the right foot. jenna bush hager is here right there with all of us, a quest to get back into the gym. all shedding the excuses, right? >> we sure r.my biggest and most legitimate execution for the gym is the fact that i'm now a mom of two, i'm tired, all the time, and every second that i'm not at work i want to be with them, but i'm dedicated to being healthy for my family so i grabbed a certain mom friend for a workout with our kids. >> so, we like to work out together every once in a while. >> we do.
>> is that pop? >> poppy. >> our instructor/baby wrangler for the day new york fitness guru taryn toomey who created the class to get moms back in shape after having a baby. >> hi. welcome. >> thank you. >> got the large babe, i've got the small baby. >> the lucky one. >> that's why she looks so good. >> on a little ride with our baby, there we go. >> come on. >> my belly hasn't been in in 17 months. >> from squats to planks to using your baby as a weight taryn stresses long periods for each exercise to feel the burn. >> i'm sorry, sorry, sorry, class. we're going rogue. >> you want me. you want to try me. >> you go for the mommy with better thighs. >> taryn is a mom of two young girls and like many new moms she struggled with her weight after the birth of her first child. determined to get healthy for her girls, she started her business really for herself.
exhausted, overwhelmed and they just say, objection i can't do it, what would you say? >> all of those things, the exhaustion and overwhelmed is what makes you believe you can't do it. you just have to start. >> you want to do a little jump squat. start moving and start believing, find little blips of time where you can and where you have to start. >> drool in the eyeball. >> and there's a good reason to just start. according to the american academy of pediatrics, the less physically active a mother is, the more likely her child will be sedentary early in life. it was nap time for poppy so i headed to new jersey to meet up with fitness trainer and blogger erin whitehead. she started fit bottomed mommor,s after her daughter avery was born. erin's philosophy, fitting fitness into her dailyive. >> one of my tricks is the laundry trick, put the basket on the floor. every time i pick something up, i do a deep squat and if you're really feeling into it, you can always throw a little jump in there.
>> i do, sometimes. >> that will get your heart rate out. >> workouts for me aren't getting to the gym for an hour. workouts for me have to be in between running are the kids to school and picking them up. you know, when i'm at the park i try not to sit down so that i'm never having that down time and i'm always moving. >> so one of the things that i spend a lot of time doing, and i'm sure with three kids you do, too, is picking up toys. >> yes, they explode. >> so you pick up toys lunge as a workout every day. >> go down, do a lunge and get back up. >> what if you don't get back up? >> then your house doesn't get clean. >> does your mom play with you a lot? >> yes. >> is she doing a lot of lunges and squats and stuff? >> yes. she does exercises in the meanwhile. >> i exercise with her. >> you do? >> mm-hmm. >> like what kind of stuff do you do? >> well, we do squats and other workouts.
>> jump rope. >> and this is another great sleep well. >> yeah, i hope so. >> high five, boom. >> so we'll have to say that working out with our babies was >> it really wasn't. >> like to work out together and sometimes hard to bring on a baby, but the whole important thing is when you're sitting at home, if you're hanging with your kids you can do fun things. do. >> i love that idea. i could watch that story just to see poppy and vail, but it's a great idea. you're spending time with your kids. >> and playing. my kids like to play. that brings us to today's -- start today takeaways from erin whitehead at fit bottom, commit to ten minutes a day, first play with your kids and this is something we both do. do dance parties, run around, kick a ball, play hopscotch. >> love to do this. >> just to have fun. >> second. >> especially the dance party. >> i like dance parties. >> show them what a strong mom
exercises, number two a day. think about your activities if you're eating small meals like knife small meals a day do a couple, you know, squats every single day. third, find activities you love. you should push yourself and work out but shouldn't be torture and find things you really like to do and finally have basic moves at the ready like the squats when you pick up toys. pull things that you can do anywhere, lunges, push-ups, basic, effective and can be done when you're waiting for your water to boil, folding laundry or hanging out at the playground. >> i like to do lives with vail. used to be able to do 25 and now she's so heavy and i'm like one. >> i'm thinking about bringing mila, that would have been a disaster. running after kids is the best workout and the most fun, too. >> keeps you young. >> exactly. >> jenna, thank you. >> even more tips on our website, today.com, check it out. coming up next, one of our favorites, or at least we feel that way about you, chelsea. we don't know how you feel about us. she is pushing the envelope in a whole new way.
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we're back now. 8:40 with the always unpredictable chill so handler. no pressure. she spent the better part of last year filming "chelsea does," a documentary series for netflix covering for you thought-provoking topics like marriage. >> as a 40-year-old, do you think i can get up and show you my body and stuff, do you think that i'm too old to get married? >> no. >> okay. and you think that i have a decent figure? >> yes. >> thank you. >> hey, chelsea, how are you? >> i'm great. how are you, matt? >> i'm good. been a while. something i said? >> no, no, no, nothing. you can say anything. nothing would offend me. >> welcome back. >> thank you. >> i like this concept. i really do. reading about it, four very different topics. did you know a lot about each one of these topics before you starteded?
little bit about certain topics and i thought i knew about racism and you delve into it and then you find out how little you are and how embarrassed you and how embarrassed people in country, people associate racism with really like dumb, you know, people from the south who aren't educated. >> ignorant racism. >> but i met with a lot of educated intellectual racists which i found amazing so i wanted to illustrate that. >> you've got drugs and silicon valley and marriage as we just saw. for the marriage, you went on blind dates. what was that like? >> it was awful. >> i mean, like chardonnay in the afternoon. it was terrible. >> ever been on blind dates before this documentary? >> been on a couple of blind dates, never that sober, and, you know, once or twice in your 20s and once you're in your 30s you're like i'm not ever going to do that again so i hired real document aryans that would make me do stuff outside of my comfort zone. had to meet up with my first serious boyfriend. >> didn't you interview your
did that get uncomfortable. >> >> everything about it was awful and they said would i have to meet up to one of my ex-boyfriends and i'm like none of them are sneaking with me. >> why did he agree with that? >> enough time had passed. >> it had been 20 years. >> didn't want to get back together? >> thinking he wanted to do something. you know, when you have those moments, like i broke up with him and i'm going to wait -- he cheated on me or did something. wait until he sees me in ten years, i'm going to be rich and famous and then you get that moment and you're just like i don't want to have section with you anymore anyway. >> you went to peru to do hallucinogenic drugs, was that for the show or the weekend. >> >> the great thing about netflix they will fund my personal life and put it on camera. >> tell me about that trip. >> i said i wanted to do one on drugs, obviously i have a very close relationship with drugs and i've experienced so many and i thought why not put myself on camera look, you know, bad or not flattering because nobody in this business nobody really
problem with it so i did a lot of drugs on camera that were supervised, mixing sleeping pills with alcohol, just to illustrate with people what you >> scare? >> not scary, but it's not pretty, not attractive, and then i said to netflix, i also want to go to peru and do iowsaka. >> being? >> the drug, yeah. >> doing another talk show for netflix. lately." >> nothing like "chelsea lately." i'm using the documentaries as a bridge to show people tonally where i'm going. i wouldn't want people to think i'm becoming barbara walters because i wouldn't want to become her, no one can. >> better to just let that go. chelsea, good to see you. congratulations, don't make it so long next time. >> okay. >> "chelsea does" will be available on netflix starting this saturday. up next, the right way to
we're back at 8:47. reading food labels and understanding the ingredients but what about skin care and cosmetics. today.com/style editor is here to think twice about the products you're using. good morning, good to see you. >> good morning, savannah. >> a lot of people think the beauty products we see have to be approved by the fda before they can be on shelf. is that true? >> false, completely false. products are not approved by the fda before they hit store shelves. it doesn't mean the product is helpful but it's up to the consumer to be responsible. >> which means we want to get educated? >> absolutely. >> does fda have the ability to recall a product? >> they cannot. they can only ask a company to
do so. >> what are some of the watch words as far as we're concerned when you're looking hat labels? >> very easy to be confused about this because products will use as a marketing strategy, natural or green, synthetic-free. these are not official terms so don't be fooled by that. realize also that even if something is natural, poison ivy is natural and that's harmful to humans. >> sounds good, might be green labeling, but you really need to look closely. >> need to turn the bottle around. >> which brings us to our next monitor here. when you do pull that bottle around there's words like -- i don't think i can profouns that, phthalates and parabens. >> it's considered a trade secret so companies do not have to disclose what the fragrance is made of, if you have allergies or sensitive skin, something to look out for. >> may mean some other chemicals that they don't have to list. >> exactly. >> what about these two mouthfuls? >> parabens are used as a preservative and help products
you feel silky and smooth and they are considered endocrine disrirpts which may alter hormones, scientific organizations say. >> i've seen labels that say paraben free. some people want to avoid these and look at them >> exactly. we did reach out to the personal care products council for a statement and said their products are one of the safest most regulated by the fda. the fda as well told us that they are not -- they don't have the information to show that these chemicals are harmful, but if you are trying to limit your chemical exposure these are two to look how the for. >> great. let's turn around. little jar with a number. what does the number mean? >> beauty products do expire, just like food, so if you see this little jar, the number inside of it is actually the number of months after you open it you should toss it. >> i have stuff in my counter that's been in there since like the '70s. >> we all do. >> good to look out for it. >> another label if you see the little "e." i've never known what this meant.
union standards and will see it on some products in the u.s. the eu bans more than 1,300 ingredients. the usa bans only 11. it doesn't mean their products are safer but if you're trying to be watchful, something to watch for. >> maybe a little bit of a shortcut. >> these are products you like. tell me about them. >> you'll see some major brands, knew the jena has their own natural line, cleansers, moisturizers, everything you use every day. they avoid phthalates, parabens, things we were talking about earlier. >> what's in? >> mid-priced option and partnered with gwyneth paltrow to launch a cosmetics line, get the same colors, lips, all the makeup you use. >> and i've been hearing about tata harper. >> her rerecipes are amazing, all-natural things can be luxurious. she has her own skin care farm in vermont. went to visit her. she harvests her own ingredients and uses them in the product.
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8:52, slow cooker week on "today food." you throw the ingrowedients in, walk away and hours later dinner is served. >> elizabeth is the debutante farmer here with a healthy hearty dish. >> you like slow cookers? >> i never used one until this segment came along. >> really? >> i feel like i have been cheated. this is the most fantastic way to cook in the entire world. i moo life, i didn't realize how uncomplete it was and now that's complete. >> let's talk about the ingredients and let you get to the your experience. making short ribs in the slow cooker and then cheese grits. >> absolutely. >> we want to make sure we're going to season this. if we're going to eat both side, >> okay. >> we're going to go into a screaming hot pan. this pan is as hot as chelsea handler. >> brown them first. >> exactly. we want to make sure we get that gorgeous, gorgeous caramelization before we go into the slow cooker. otherwise it won't be as
it will lock in all the juices and that's what we want. >> let's get start with your maiden voyage here. >> no, no, no, i've been testing recipes. >> okay. >> so i know the way of the slow cooker now, but before i didn't know. i was a virgin. slow cooker virgin, that's what i was, matt. >> let's just get to the ingredients. >> we'll mix this together and added our flour and what's that going to do, because we did it with a tomato paste it will make sure we don't have any lumps, we'll also add some beef broth, a little bit of red wine which is fantastic and now we're going to whisk all this together. >> can i mention we've got our tasters downstairs and i have a feeling they are already digging in on this. >> awesome good. >> fabulous root vegetables. got our onions and our shallots, carrots and celery. we'll fought in. what i want you to do is start working on this rosemary. >> sfripg it. >> not my first rodeo here. >> i got it. >> al, how are these ribs? >> fantastic.
>> you don't even need a knife. don't need a knife. >> yeah. why don't we do this. >> how long are these going to sit in here? >> they have to be covered in the liquid. >> >> absolutely. >> make sure we're covering. it not covered go ahead and add more liquid to it. >> that's going to go four hours on high, eight hours on low and then we have our beautiful cheese grits. >> ingredient panel, take a look at what goes into this. >> this is like a grits souffle. we have eggs that will lighten them up. we have worcestershire and hot sauce and sherry. if you don't want to put alcohol in you don't have to. substitute a little vegetable broth maybe. here we are, we're going to mix this, mix and mix and mix. it's going to go into a casserole, greased casserole and then into the oven for about one hour. while that's happening, now our short ribs are fantastic. they are completely done.
>> we're going to go ahead and press all of these vegetables that are now so unbelievably tender. see how that's coming out. >> i want to review on the grits downstairs. >> perfect combination. >> yeah. >> so light. >> light. >> they are calling grits light. >> i said it's like a souffle. >> which is just fancy, fancy, fancy. we love a souffle. >> anyway, we're going to go ahead and take that. >> i've got to actually say we're going to pretend that we've done all that. elizabeth with a mouthful i'm
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