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good morning. right to the point. hillary clinton confronted with a tough question from a young voter. >> i don't see the same enthusiasm from younger people for you. in fact, i've heard from quite a few people my age that they think you're dishonest. >> while chris christie gets defense ive when asked why he returned to the campaign trail after the storm. >> you want to go down with a mop? >> with six days till the iowa caucus caucuses, why donald trump is threatening to pull out of this week's debates. where are the plows? >> it's bad out here, man.
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new york, buried by the blizzard. d.c. shut down again today. out west, a state of emergency. a cliff that has homes teetering on the edge. wild scene. >> stop, orlando police. stop! >> a driver in orlando ignores police, then tries to get away. [ gunshots ]. >> how it came to a dramatic end with that driver under arrest. then and now. the first photo of the cast of friends reunited, as the one member who wasn't there opens up about his time on the set, and doesn't rule out an even bigger reunion. today, tuesday, january 26th, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. morning, everybody. welcome to "today" on a tuesday
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i'm excited about the "friends" reunion. i ordered a latte from gunther this morning. >> central park. it'll be fun to have them back together. they got together as part of a tribute to the legendary director, james. now, six days away from the first votes in this presidential election. the democratic candidates making their pitches to voters in iowa last night during the final town hall before the caucuses. let's start with nbc's andrea mitchell. good morning. >> good morning, savannah. it wasn't a debate. but in separate appearances, the democrats run into tough questions when they tried to win over the undecided voters. >> reporter: within minutes, hillary clinton faced a blunt question from a young voter learning toward bernie sanders. >> i've heard from a few people my age they think you're dishonest, but i'd like to hear from you on why you feel the
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>> i've been around a long time. people have thrown all kind of things to me. if you're new to politics, the first time you paid attention, you go, oh, my gosh, look at all of this. you have to say to yourself, why are they throwing all of that? i'll tell you why, because i've been on the front lines of change and progress since i was your age. >> reporter: sanders was asked how he defines being a democratic socialist. >> creating a government that works for all of us, not just a handful of people on the top. that's my definition of democratic socialism. >> reporter: each was asked to react to the other's tv ads. >> the one leader who has what it takes to get every part of the job done. >> reporter: sanders said she has voted for the iraq war. >> i was not secretary of state, but experience is important, but judgment is also important. >> reporter: she had nothing but
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>> i think that's great. i think that's fabulous. i loved it. >> reporter: in the final days, sanders' economic message is resonating with voters who are hurting. >> it's so hard to do anything to pay your bills. you're ashamed all the time. >> to millions of people who are experiencing exactly what you guys are experiencing, do say that. we don't make change. >> reporter: president obama with politico seemed to be tipping toward clinton. >> she can start here, day one, more experience than any non-vice president has ever been in who as quires to this office. >> our new surveymonkey out today, clinton maintained her double digit lead over sanders among women. sanders is still 68% over
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the trend could have an impact in iowa if the voters show up to vote. >> thank you very much. on to the republican side, the rivalry between donald trump and ted cruz is intensifying again, as the iowa caucuses get closer. nbc's national correspondent peter alexander is covering the gop. good morning to you. >> good morning. on the republican side, new this morning, another growing national lead for donald trump. the nbc news surveymonkey online tracking poll has trump at 39%, increasing his lead over cruz. he's up 22 points as cruz falls 4 points. rubio a distant third. the candidates kicking off a final sprint to the finish line. >> reporter: donald trump is convinced if it ain't broke, don't fix it. picking up the pressure on cruz. >> he could run right now for prime minister of canada. he'd have no problem. >> reporter: trump is also
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rival's ad that accuses the billionaire threatening to bulldoze a woman's home. trump said that lies never work and cruz sa nast is a nasty guy. >> we can't have him in there, when every other senator thinks he's a whack job. >> he's going to insult but i'm not going to respond in kind. >> reporter: trump says it's personality, not policy. using the front runner's words. cruz is mocking trump, too. two corinthians 3:17. >> two corinthians walk into a bar. >> reporter: while the rest of the field is running out of time for a surge, chris christie raised eyebrows for this exchange with a young woman, who asked why he left new jersey to campaign in the midst of blizzard cleanup. >> because it's already done.
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calling, sending me videos, pictures all over the state of flood. >> all over the state? there's been one county that's flooded in the state. one county. i don't know what you expect me to do. want me to go down with a mop? >> christie noted 500 people statewide were still without power. he offered to call the girl's friends who were impacted. more drama ahead of this week's republican debate, donald trump threatening to pull out because he doesn't think megyn kelly can treat him fairly. fox said trump is scared to face the questions, and he'll learn if he's president, he doesn't get to pick the journalist. >> thank you very much. chuck todd is nbc's political moderator of "meet the press." >> good morning. >> bernie sanders is a candidate
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democratic voters, and hillary clinton appeals to their head. did you see or hear anything last night in the town hall that changed that? >> i don't know if i saw anything that changed it, but i thought hillary clinton was sort of acknowledging the place that she is in this race a little bit. trying to fix it a little bit. i thought that she was trying very hard to engage, trying to stay nimble a little bit. she didn't come across as bitter. bernie sanders was somewhat defensive. he got a couple questions that weren't necessarily intended to force a contrast with hillary clinton, and he decided to take it. one was on guns and one when he watched her ad, he went at foreign policy. you saw sort of a -- i felt you saw bernie sanders tense and a relaxed clinton. >> hillary clinton is saying, i'm the experienced candidate.
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experience matters, so does judgment. do you think she handled that, when it was her chance to respond? >> no. i thought that was his strongest moment, as far as an issue, trying to beat back the idea that he's not ready for the job. you know, she doesn't have a good answer and it doesn't help that the current national security situation in the middle east is a mess. i think it only helps reinforce the sanders charge, especially with democratic votes. >> i want to play this sound bite one more time from the president, doing an interview with "politico," and ask you about it on the other side. this is talking about hill ary lary clinton clinton. listen. >> she can start here day one, more experienced than any non-vice president has ever been in, who aspires to the office. >> if you're running the clinton campaign, you have to think it's tape any time you can. >> that's right. how about the way she reacted last night? i mean, she goes, i'm touched.
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but relieved. remember, sanders is trying really hard to play the role of obama here again. again. i think hillary clinton, their strategy and it has been this way for three weeks, don't just stand next to the president. hug him, do whatever it takes. this is a case of the president trying to reciprocate. >> it's the most engaged he's been on this race. seeming to hug hillary clinton favors. no coincidences in politics? is this something they worked out ahead of time? >> i feel this is something where the president was trying to do her a solid. he said he's not going to endorse until the, quote, primary season is over, but he knows there's pandemonium in his party if she loses iowa and new hampshire. there's calls to joe biden, the michael bloomberg thing. you know, if she can win iowa, she can calm a lot of nerves. i think the president knew that. >> ten seconds, chuck, donald
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the republican debate over megyn kelly. does he do anything with that strategy, other than make her a bigger superstar? >> i think it does. look, i think he's working the ref a little bit. already, if he gets a question he doesn't like, he can just chalk it up to that. i think he's setting the expectation. >> chuck todd, thanks very much. talk about the weather. there is mounting frustration this morning over all that snow from the east coast. historic blizzard. airports struggling to get back on track. with neighborhoods not plowed today, people are starting to voice their anger and frustration. nbc national correspondent miguel almaguer is in washington, where the federal government and the schools are closed again today. miguel, good morning. >> savannah, good morning. it'll be another tough day in cities like washington, d.c. this is what many neighborhoods look like. they're buried in snow. cars are still packed underneath it. it's been 60 hours since the
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struggling to make it around town. >> reporter: first one. >> one plow, and that was it. >> reporter: really piling on. >> it appears they've stopped working. >> reporter: amid the first melting, a virtual meltdown. >> all our driveways, we're ready to go, but the roads are not cleared. >> reporter: travel on ice. subway rails stuck. 13,000 flights frozen. >> we're melting snow and probably will be the next ten days. >> reporter: at washington's reagan airport, runways were clear, but there's nowhere for cars to park. >> we wanted to make sure everything was okay so we came last night. >> reporter: travelers trapped at the airport along with cleanup crews. >> we sleep in our shops, spa rooms, bunkers. some guys sleep in their trucks. >> reporter: the lucky few who got out captured a winter wonderland below. pretty from the air. a different story on the ground.
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even snow plour ws stuck. >> i shovelled all this stuff. >> reporter: in washington, the nation's second busiest you subway system, resumes operation today. amtrak is not entirely back on track. >> the train isn't coming. opposite of good. >> reporter: with exhausted crews still on the problem job. >> maybe a couple more days. >> reporter: from boston to new york to d.c., some haven't seen a plow for days. >> this is the only way in and out, huh? >> reporter: with neighborhoods buried in snow, locals are brimming with frustration. >> you can't abandon people. you can't leave them here. >> while it's going to be a tough day for folks who own this motorcycle and cars like this here, there is good news. the city says they're going to plow the side streets at some point. the airlines are back on track. much of the snow should melt. the problem will be next, potential for black ice.
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>> miguel almaguer, thank you. can relate out to why people are they're still looking at the snow. >> it's not going to go somewhere fast. if it did, we'd be talking about flooding. got some interesting video. we have this great satellite image from earth day to nasa. storm. now look at after. this is sunday. the one was tuesd and now sunday. the northeast, boy, what a mess. we're also tracking that potential nor'easter. here's the good news, it is going to stay to our south. the bad news is, it's bringing a lot of rain from louisiana all the way into alabama, then into florida. severe thunderstorms. the energy gets transferred and then up and away. that's good news because we do not need any more snow. most of the models agree, it keeps all the moisture offshore. fantastic. no problems. everybody wins. now, this is a nor'easter that was caused by el nino.
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been doing in northern california. this is pacifica, california. all these homes have been red tagged. you can see why. the beach, the cliffs, all eroded. this is unbelievable. they don't know when these homes are going to or if they're going to fall into the ocean. but you can see all of that collapsing. >> how much shoreline was there when they built those things? property. >> oh, man. >> can you imagine? wow. >> as you can imagine, those are not inexpensive homes that are ready to go into the ocean. that's south of san francisco. that's what's going on around the country.
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morning, everyone. a quiet start. morning. more clouds around this afternoon. trade-off, though, a breeze as well for the milder temperatures. mid-40s to near 50 this afternoon. the southwesterly breeze gusting at times over 20mph. could be a stray late day sprinkle or brief shower. better chance of a stray shower tomorrow night. temperatures falling back into the 30s. we're close to 40 tomorrow afternoon. we start the day off with clouds and finish it off with some sunshine for this afternoon. snow showers on friday. the bulk of the >> that's your latest weather. matt? >> al, thanks very much. president obama announcing major changes monday on the use of solitary confinement in prisons. including a ban of that practice
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uvenile and low-level offenders. the president wrote, solitary confinement for juveniles has been linked to depression, alienation zpt and the potential for violent behavior. also, the longest a prisoner could spend in solitary would be 60 days for a first offense, rather than the current 365 days. the reforms would affect about 10,000 federal prisoners. now to the growing concerns over this zika virus. the world health organization warns the mosquito-born virus is likely to spread to all the countries around america except chili. there have been no cases yet of infection in the united states yet. however, in los angeles county, several doctors have contacted public health department officials, asking for blood tests for patients exhibiting symptoms.
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now more about the wild scene we showed earlier. orlando police releasing video about what started out as a routine traffic stop and ended with an officer opening fire on a young driver. natalie has more. >> this incident happened last week. it is still under investigation. orlando police say it all started when they pulled over a 17-year-old for a seat belt violation. what they didn't realize at the time, the car he was driving was stolen. >> reporter: the footage is striking. [ gunshots ]. >> shots fired! >> reporter: police officer shoots at a car in an orlando, florida, shopping center. >> stop! orlando police, stop! >> reporter: police say the january 16th incident started when officers spotted the driver not wearing his seat belt. >> stop the car! >> reporter: this is newly released police body cam footage. >> put your hands up now! >> reporter: when the suspect
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smash the car's windows. still, the suspect then backs up into a parked car. before trying to make another escape. that's when the car comes right toward one of the officers, who says he was forced to fire four shots to protect himself. another angle from store surveillance shows the driver of what turned out to be a stolen car getting shot at, but managing to get away. a witness described the terrifying incident to our affiliate but did not want to be identified on camera. >> everything happened so fast. i just froze. when in a state of shock because i wasn't expecting them to pull out guns and open fire. >> the car eventually crashed. the 17-year-old driver was arrested after fleeing on foot. he was treated for a bullet wound to his shoulder and is charged with assaulting police. the officer, meanwhile, involved is on paid administrative leave. i guess this is a good instance where it's a good thing they had
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they actually back up the investigation now. >> natalie, thank you very much. now to another dramatic scene, this in florida. 13 people saved from a sinking yacht last night. the 106 foot serena iii went county. it appears the vessel took on water after running aground. no one was injured. the boat sank in 1200 feet of water and is unrecoverable. >> reporter: the man hunt for three escaped inmates in california entering a fourth day. help? we're live with new information on the search and investigation. billionaires. how michael bloomberg's possible late run for the white house could shake up the campaign. first, this is "today" on
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>> this is 7 news now. >> sarah: good morning, everybody. it's 7:26 as you take a live
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morning. let's send it over the chris lambert with a lack at your forecast. >> chris: nice seeing the sunshine in boston, 31 degrees. nice seeing milder temperatures, as well. warming up into the 40s if not 50 this afternoon. maybe a passing or brief shower late in the day, but overall a dry day with temperatures mid to upper 40s this afternoon. a few snow showers around on friday, but the bulk of the ocean storm is staying off shore. >> sarah: a driver is behind bars after a hit hit-and-run crash in lowell. police say the driver stuck a pedestrian and took off. the individual was taken to the hospital. no word on their conditions this morning. crews remain on the scene of a water treatment plant in quincy where a fire is burning about seven stories underground in ductwork. it was sparked by an explosion yesterday afternoon. five hurt workers are expected to be okay.
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today in america, the top 1/10 of 1% owns almost as much wealth as the bottom 90% this great country and our government belong to all of us. wall street, corporate america, wealthy campaign donors have so much influence that the only way they are defeated is when millions of people begin to stand up and say loudly and clearly, "enough is enough." i'm bernie sanders,
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there are some people out there on the plaza on a chilly morning here in the northeast. it's actually not so bad. we'll go out in a couple minutes. it is tuesday morning, the 26th day of january, 2016. and let's take a look at some of the headlines. >> the aftermath of the blizzard, still the big story. hundreds of new flights cancelled today. schools and federal offices closed in washington, d.c. again. up and down the east coast, frustration is growing. including queens, new york, where side roads are still covered in snow.
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brooklyn got plowed. the city got plowed. i don't know. >> a plow is not effective. the snow is too deep, and there's not enough room, so we are literally going in and dragging it out. frustrated. queens was hit hard, by the way. neighborhoods. the democratic presidential field was in des moines, iowa, last night for a final town hall caucuses. bernie sanders touted his call to shake up washington, while hillary clinton pushed her experience. >> establishment politics is just not good enough. we need bold changes. we need a political revolution. >> obviously, i respect senator sanders greatly and appreciate what he has done in this campaign. but i believe that i'm the better person to be the democratic nominee and to be the president and commander in chief of the country. >> polls show clinton and sanders are locked in a tight
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a state of emergency is in place along the shoreline of pacifica, california. cliff erosion is threatening to plunge these apartments into the pacific ocean. the property owners have been told those buildings are no longer safe to inhabit. also this morning, the search for three dangerous fugitives who escaped from a maximum security jail in southern california is entering a fourth day now. as the man hunt goes on, investigators are trying to figure out if those men had help. nbc's gabe gutierrez is in santa ana with more on that. good morning to you. >> matt, good morning. county leaders are set to discuss later today whether to raise the reward for information by $150,000. so far, no solid leads. >> reporter: this morning, investigators say they're trying to determine whether the three fugitives had any help in their escape. many now asking how they broke out of this high-security facility with such low-tech methods. >> i don't know about any help,
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well-planned, well-thought out escape attempt. >> reporter: so far, no corrections officers have been implicated. officials say the fugitives cut through a steel screen in their cell, then entered the jail's plumbing tunnels before making their way to the roof. from there, they slid down five stories using ropes made out of jail linens. >> everyone presumes the individuals are going to be armed and dangerous. >> reporter: all three suspects are accused of violent crimes. nayeri seen here is charged with kidnapping and torture. duong with attempted murder and tieu with murder. two are believed to have ties with vietnamese gangs in the area. >> we're telling the community, it's an obligation for you to come out and let us know. we can keep you anonymous but we need the information to go forward to find these people. >> reporter: the reward for information could be increased to $200,000 today, but some
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little saigon say tipsters may be hard to find. >> fear retaliation. >> reporter: they had been in a cell with 60 other men. they were last seen friday. investigators believe they escaped shortly after, pointing to this grainy video which shows movement on the roof. it wasn't until the next head count at 8:00 p.m. that authorities realized they were gone. giving the inmates a roughly 16-hour head start. >> now, authorities aren't sure what the inmates did after they landed outside of this facility, and whether they may have had a get away driver. authorities say anything is possible right now. they say it's possible they may else. now, it's unclear whether they're still together. >> gabe gutierrez on this for us, thank you very much. back to politics and the man who might shake up the presidential race. former new york city mayor michael bloomberg is drawing up
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run if conditions are right. willie has the latest on that. >> good morning, guys. michael bloomberg is the 14th wealthiest person in the world and one of three people to serve three terms as the mayor of new york city. if he runs for president, it would add another layer of drama to this campaign. >> reporter: even if you don't know his story, you know his name. >> mike bloomberg! >> reporter: with the reported net worth of $36.5 billion, 73-year-old michael bloomberg is eight times wealthier than donald trump. after attending jones hopkins and harvard business school, he headed to wall street to work at solomon brothers. in 1981, he left the investment firm to start his own company. an empire that began with a computer that revolutionized financial data, and grew to encompass three mass sooen a cable network and financial service reporting on the financial world. he was a lifelong democrat.
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republican party to run as mayor of new york city. he was elected weeks after 9/11. >> this is our victory. a victory for a vision and our faith in the future of the greatest city in the world. >> reporter: as mayor, bloomberg banned smoking and transfat in restaurants, and saw gend zbn gendrification. he was elected for a third time, this time as an independent. the final term was marked by controversy. with rising income inequality and police techniques like stop and frisk. >> it's not because of race, it is because of crime. >> reporter: in a highly publicized and criticized move, bloomberg tried and failed to limit sugary sodas. >> if we're serious about fighting obesity, we have to be honest about what causes it and have the courage to tackle it. >> reporter: bloomberg is
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he's divorced but has had a long-term girlfriend more than a decade. he has two daughters. one with olympic aspirations. also a noted ed d ed d fi lan ed d philanthropist. he may be getting back in the spotlight. >> a lot of his friends and allies say this isn't a guy who will get in as a spoiler. if he believes he can win, he'll enter the race. >> it's $1 billion during a shortened period of time to spend. >> he can wait until march and then make his decision based on who wins. >> willie, thank you. let's get a check of the weather from mr. roker. >> guys, we've got changing things going through especially the northeast and great lakes. we're watching one area, part of a frontal system bringing freezing rain, also a clipper coming across the great lakes,
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as that system moves past, it's going to bring lake-effect snow. icy travel, freezing rain advisories from syracuse to bald mother -- baltimore and virginia. winter weather advisories in the great lakes tomorrow. the highest snow amounts will be near the great lakes. 6 to 8 inches near water town. 6 to 12 >> chris: good tuesday morning, everyone. a quiet start. we do have some sunshine this morning. more clouds around this afternoon. trade-off, though, a breeze as well for the milder temperatures. mid-40s to near 50 this afternoon. the southwesterly breeze gusting at times over 20mph. could be a stray late day sprinkle or brief shower. better chance of a stray shower tomorrow night. temperatures falling back into the 30s. we're close to 40 tomorrow afternoon. we start the day off with clouds
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now that we're digging our cars out and getting back on the road, your car may look like mine. here's a photo i snapped on the way to work. snow. the thing is, when you're in a rush to get to work, you may wipe the snow off the windshield so you can see. leaving the rest of it. believe it or not, the snow on dangerous. this morning, dramatic cases caught on camera of the snow turning into solid ice. chunks flying into the car behind you, even injuring people. >> reporter: our team dpe eployed in the snow zone, spotting piles of snow on car roofs. everywhere you look. >> why didn't you clean the top off? >> never thought of it. >> reporter: seems hard less s s harmless, right? check this out. terrifying moments when a sheet of ice flies off a car, smashing that windshield. this car swerving out of the way as a block of ice rockets through the air.
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snow piled high, slamming into the overpass. the wintry explosion blinding the driver behind. all because so many of us don't wipe the snow off our cars. police see it all the time. >> it's not just the flying ice. ice doesn't have to hit your vehicle. it's you avoiding the piece of ice. >> even if the ice doesn't hit you, you're in danger because you're going to avoid it. >> the roads are slippery. if i try to move quickly, i could cause another accident. >> reporter: drivers just clean their windshields s s but not the roof. i spot this truck quick. >> jeff rossen from nbc news. we're doing a story about how dangerous it is to have snow and ice on your roof. >> yes, it is. >> you didn't clean it off. >> i didn't put it there. >> our team is armed with stepladders and ice scrapers. if drivers won't clean it off, we will.
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i brought my rossen report team out with shovels and we're going to do it for you. >> you're a bunch of nice guys. >> that's what i think. get to work, team. >> reporter: it takes minutes. >> get the last bit of ice off there. >> reporter: this man's truck is good to go. >> promise me, you'll wipe it off. >> i will unless i can find you tomorrow. >> reporter: car after car. >> huge chunks of ice. >> reporter: we clean off piles of snow. >> look how much snow is on your roof. >> absolutely. >> reporter: even a thin coating can do damage when it freezes over. huge chunks of ice already. imagine this at highway speeds. why didn't you wipe the snow off? >> i couldn't reach it. brush wasn't long enough. >> reporter: we swoop in. by the end of the day, we helped lots of drivers but we can't be everywhere. so before you leave this morning, clean the roof to avoid this. >> we'll sew
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south shore hospital and several stores and supermarkets in town. there's been no threats made to any schools. three people were taken to the hospital after a bus crashed into an auto shop in warwick, rhode island, last night. emergency crews took down the building last night so it would not collapse. this morning officials are investigating whether the bus driver suffered from a medical issue. we're back in 25 minutes with another update. here's the truth -- some have proposed to cut social security for the elderly and disabled vets. i disagree. in fact, not only should we not cut benefits -- we should expand them. my plan for social security increases benefits and cost of living adjustments and raises minimum payments
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it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, dosing dangers. the new warning for millions of americans who take too much of the most popular pain relief medications on the market. what you need to know. plus, why mcdonald's is about to introduce waiters at hundreds of restaurants across the country. then past, present and panda. >> you must take the next step on your journey. >> dustin hoffman opens up about his new kung fu classic and his legendary career. >> career wise, do you have regrets? >> i turned down maybe more brilliant things and more great directors probably than any
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>> today, tuesday, january 26th, 2016. >> from st. louis, hi, everybody. >> good morning, michigan. >> good morning, texas. >> good morning, argentina. >> hi to our grandkids in north carolina, we love you. >> wilmington, north carolina, look, we're on tv! can you do this yeah, i can do this >> good morning, everybody. it's tuesday, january 26th, 2016. great day out on our plaza. kind of feels warm almost. i mean, i don't want to get carried away. >> comparatively speaking. >> it's nice. >> no question about it. >> people are ditching their gloves behind us. >> heat wave. >> good dog. >> i have a treat in my glove there.
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an exclusive television interview. former soprano star will be here live. it's her first television interview since she announced that she has multiple sclerosis. we'll talk about how she's feeling and why she decided to go public now, 15 years after her diagnosis. that's jamie-liy, ynn sigler, tomorrow on "today." >> wrangler was jumping up on you. >> he knows i have a treat. >> breakfast is served. >> let's head to natalie for a check of the top stories. >> good morning again. into politics and new urgency on the campaign trail with the iowa caucuses six days away. peter alexander is in washington. good morning. >> natalie, good morning.
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candidates are fighting to explain what are seen to be weak spots in their campaigns. hillary clinton dealt with lagging support from young socialist. >> in fact, i've heard from quite a few people my age that they think you're dishonest. >> i've been around a long time. people have thrown all kinds of things at me. if you're new to politics, this is the first time you paid attention, you go, oh, my gosh, look at all of this. you have to say to yourself, why are they throwing all of that? haif i've been on the front lines of change since i was your age. i hope you'll reconsider. >> helping everybody, not just those on the top. that's my definition of democratic socialist. >> ted cruz warning if trump
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cruz's words, unstoppable. cruz insists he's the only candidate who can stop the billionaire. also this morning, trump has new polls to brag about. widening his national lead over cruz, now 22 points. arguing the gop establishment doesn't like him. it just hates cruz. natalie, back to you. >> peter alexander, thank you. a texas grand jury investigating planned parenthood has instead indicted two anti-abortion activists. david, a leader for the center of medical progress, is charged with tampering with a government record, along with misdemeanor. an employee of his group is also charged with records tampering. they're accused of using fake ids to shoot undercover video of a planned parenthood official. no one from planned parenthood was inindicted. northeast is still feeling the effects of the
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there's talk of naming next year's race, the hound dog half. she just needed a half marathon to run. let's spend send it end it back to savannah. a new survey finds too many americans are ignoring the instructions on over the counter pain medications, and it's leading to serious health problems. dr. natalie azar is a news contributor. guilty as charged, i'm a big self-doser. >> you are? >> i am. i know it's bad. the survey finds i'm not alone. >> 43% of those surveyed say they knowingly exceed the recommended amount on the bottle. >> i do it. >> the same percentage say they think it's just a guideline and not having that they should strictly follow. >> apparently, there are real health effects if you overdose. >> absolutely. on the panel you can see, the
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the counter tylenol changed. 3,000 milligrams. aspirin, 4,000. why are we making a big deal about this? taking any of these medicines too long or too high of a recommended dose can lead to serious stomach problems. ulcers, bleeding, gastritis, as well as kidney damage with long duration of use. >> over time or use, it can be dangerous? >> for the tylenol, it's liver damage. the kidneys have to do with more long-term duration. we don't see kidney failure in the acute setting, but stomach issue, we can. >> why people take these medicines. we're not doing it for fun, they're in pain and want relief. >> exactly. >> if you have migraines, what do you recommend? >> for the headache, i ibuprofen is appropriate for a short while. one thing that pain managements
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if you're taking this regularly, three to four days or 15 days out of the month, you can experience a rebound headache. when those medicines get out of your system, you get a rebound headache in addition to the migraine. also, not all headaches are migraine migraines. you should see a headache provider or specialist to determine what kind you have and what medicine is best for you. prescriptions are given a lot. >> let's talk about back pain. that's why i dig into the advil or aleve. >> back pain is the second most common reason people come to the doctor. you can do an ibuprofen at home. also, i'll caution, if you have weakness or tingling or numbness in the extremities, see a doctor. but warm compresses can work well. if your pain lasts more than ten days, you should see a doctor. >> let's do some of these. joint pain. >> as a rheumatologist, i
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for most people, they require an ibuprofen. >> a kid with the fever. >> they're recommending acetaminof acetaminophen. fever lasting more than three days, see a health care provider. >> if i take baby aspirin for heart health, is there worry for that? >> it's not dangerous for your kidney function, but it can increase your risk for gastrointestinal bleeding. thank you. moves. the wildest dance competition you'll ever see. plus, don't you wish getting dressed was this easy? see if you can guess who owns that closet. do you have a fitness friend? jenna bush haguer and natalie on what could be the key to a great i appreciate you coming by. absolutely. the market's been pretty volatile lately. there is a lot at
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they'd show his closet, it was the yellow. >> same thing, yeah. >> what do you have in your closet more than any other thing? >> first, color, navy blue. navy blue ties more than anything. >> i have a lot of white. i don't know why. >> cream, yeah. >> black. >> never out of style. >> in my real life, yeah. this show, they don't want the funeral director look. >> good to know. most of us will agree, atms, revolutionized the way we got money. could it use an update? chase thinks so. the national bank is saying good-bye to atm cards and introducing an app. it would work alongside new machines that required you to use the app to make withdraws. better yet, when you withdraw the money, you can pick if you want $1 bills, $5 bills, $10 bills and so on.
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washington state, but thousands of these new atms will roll out this year. >> great idea. good for tipping. >> what if you do it at another bank? >> it's $3.50 some places. >> one less thing to lose. chase isn't the only business in town changing things up. by the end of the year, mcdonald's will -- get this -- be using waiters at their restaurants. can you imagine? >> no. >> don't get excited. the service won't be fancy. >> will you be serving coca-cola with the big mac? >> you go to the counter, order, stand and wait. you will pay at the kiosk and then a server will bring your food. do you tip that person? >> you should if they're doing -- bringing it to you. >> do you pay a premium on the items if you do it that way? >> i don't know. >> same price?
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stunt man from the "revenant" really feels. tamron has pop start. >> first up, the reunion we've been waiting for. we've been talking about. a few weeks ago, it was announced the cast of "friends" would be coming together to honor director james burrows. actress kaley cuoco has shared the first photo. they puddled around the gang there. everyone except for matthew perry were in attendance. we knew he wouldn't be there. in a recent interview, he opened up and got personal. he revealed he can't remember some of his time on the set of "friends" due to substance abuse. he says much of his memory was erased during the filming of season 3 and 6. isn't that something? he also said he would be open to a full reunion but it would have to be done well, as to not ruin the memory of the show.
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for a play in london and recorded a pre-taped appearance for the special. the program will air february 21st on nbc. mark your calendar. up next, last week, we announced that mariah carey is engaged to packer. nick cannon remained silent until now. he inthat stagramed this fan-made meme. kevin hart is leaning over nick with a superimposed caption. it's just a ring, nick. carey's engagement ring is not just a ring. it's 35 carats, $8 million to $10 million. nick said, this made me laugh out loud for real. hilarious. congrats to mariah carey and james. may god bless your future children. they share children so it's good to hear that. one of the movies getting a lot of buzz around the award shows, "the revenants." people can't stop talking about
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the stunt man playing the bear is speaking out. >> it was a stunt man? >> you thought it was a real bear? >> one of two stunt men who stood in for the bear. he wore a blue suit with a bear head to imitate the animal and said the work was anything but glamorous. he said, i was supposed to grab his jacket with my hand to make it look like the bear's jaws were killing in. in order to have the bear's jaw in the small of the back, basically. listen to this. my face was in his butt. >> not glamorous? >> he said, my face was in leo's butt for a fair bit of time. that's something's fant one's fantasy, but it wasn't mine. you look unimpressed by that. >> drop the mic. >> wow. >> little fire at the end.
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you're edgy. >> good luck with the post-oscar interview. >> these people on the red carpet. >> mr. roker, how about a check of the weather? >> okey-dokey. let's show you what we have happening. this frontal system will be bringing wet weather through the gulf coast of florida. another storm coming into the pacific northwest. we are looking for a bit of a warmup. today, nice and warm in billings, minnesota. normal. by wednesday, minneapolis is up to 36. denver is at 55. new york city up three degrees. on friday, we'll see the warmup continue. it stays mild throughout much -- country. just about above normal. that's what's goin morning, everyone. a quiet start. morning. more clouds around this afternoon. trade-off, though, a breeze as
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temperatures. mid-40s to near 50 this afternoon. the southwesterly breeze gusting at times over 20mph. could be a stray late day sprinkle or brief shower. better chance of a stray shower tomorrow night. temperatures falling back into the 30s. we're close to 40 tomorrow afternoon. we start the day off with clouds and finish it off with some sunshine for this afternoon. snow showers on friday. matt? >> al, thank you very much. the road back from unimaginable loss can often take a wide and varied path. madonna badger knows it too well. christmas morning house fire in 2011 claimed the lives of her three daughters. lily, grace and sarah. and her parents. but time and a new purpose have helped her find a way to honor her family. it's good to see you. welcome back. how are you doing? >> good. thank you. doing a lot better. >> i know there are times of sadness, but there have been
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you are remarried? >> yes, i was married in july 2014 to bill duke, who is the most loving, kindest man i've ever met. that has made a huge difference in my life. >> i know you spent a lot of time as far away from this area as you could get. you went out to arkansas. you were in the real estate business and you decided, you know what? i have a business back in new york. it's an advertising company and i want to go back there. when you got back to work, in some ways, there was an epiphany. can you explain it? >> it all actually started in 2007, 2009, when we did a beauty summit. we talked about what innovation and marketing really meant. what it really means is innovation and marketing is really getting inside of the shoes of your consumer. it's no longer this old paradigm of filling the consumer with
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you're not good enough. hair isn't right enough. then solving the problem. >> more specifically, you took a very close look at the way a lot of advertising objectifies women. >> yes. >> for their looks and even their body parts. you decided that can no longer be the case. >> exactly. as an agency, we've made the decision that we will never use women as a prop, where she has no choice, no voice. we'll never over retouch to the point it's unattainable, and we're not going to use her body parts. >> you released a video anonymously on youtube. i wish i could play the whole video here. it's incredibly powerful. i want to give people a little idea of what it's like. i will say, there's much more to this.
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>> it really is amazing. what's the reaction been like online? now, you're claiming responsibility for that. what's the reaction been? >> huge. it has been seen in over 167 countries around the world. impressions. you know, the comments are incredible. people are really seeing that objectifying women is really up there with inequality. >> but in a world where we hear over and over again, sex sells, can you make a difference? can you get the rest of the industry to go along with this? >> i think that we have seen enough instances of sex not selling. of people actually pushing back and saying, no, this does not fit within my value system. you know, when go daddy ran their ads, there were huge problems.
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right now fire is burning. about seven stories underground. they're saying it's in ductwork. it was also parked by an explosion yesterday afternoon. those hurt workers are expected to be okay we're told. police are investigating bomb threats made and directed to several places in weymouth, including the town's police station. detect sifs say automated calls were also received at south shore hospital, several stores and supermarkets in town. no threats, though, to any schools, as well. it's now 8:28. we send you back to the "today show" after this break and then we're back for 7news "today in new england" at 9:00 a.m.
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morning. it is a mild morning in the northeast after some pretty wintry weather over the last couple of days. want to thank these people for sticking around and saying hi. by the way, coming up, one of
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we'll sit down with dustin hoffman, one of the stars of the "kung fu panda" franchise. we'll hear about his character, master shifu. some of the misses he feels he's had in his career. >> roles he's turned down? >> yup. jenna will show you why you should bring a friend to your next workout. also, a snow day survival guide. how to keep your kids entertained when you and them are stuck indoors. as the wind picks up -- not that kind of wind -- mr. roker has a check of the weather. >> this is a theme developing. >> keep it going. >> for tomorrow, a lot of wet weather, heavy rain through florida, the southeastern coast. look for lake-effect snow around the great lakes. there. pacific northwest, wet weather. plains. windy around the great lakes
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sunshine, 75 in l.a. tomorrow. >> chris: good tuesday morning, everyone. a quiet start. we do have some sunshine this morning. more clouds around this afternoon. trade-off, though, a breeze as well for the milder temperatures. mid-40s to near 50 this afternoon. the southwesterly breeze gusting at times over 20mph. could be a stray late day sprinkle or brief shower. better chance of a stray shower tomorrow night. temperatures falling back into the 30s. we're close to 40 tomorrow afternoon. we start the day off with clouds and finish it off with some sunshine for this afternoon. snow showers on friday. >> that's your latest weather. matt? 78 years young, dustin hoffman has been acting for 50 years, still going strong. >> he'll be one of the voices in "kung fu panda 3." we caught up with dustin to talk about that and so much more.
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to train hard. >> perfect. >> really? >> no. again! >> i want to go back to, probably 2006/2007, when either an agent or manager called you and said, dustin, they want you to do the voice for a character called master shifu in a movie about a kung fu panda. did you immediately think, great? >> no. >> what'd you think? >> i thought it was the stupidest title. kung fu panda? >> are you surprised by it? this has become a billion dollar franchise. >> it's the only franchise i've been in. i wanted to keep going until i die. >> you must take the next step on your journey. >> one of the things that comes up in articles about you a lot is you love research. you love to research characters. >> yes. >> i'm imagining -- >> i know where you're going. >> there's not a lot you can research about master shifu. >> no. >> no, so -- >> i'm not even sure -- is it a
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>> i think it's a raccoon. >> i think it's a raccoon. >> is it a raccoon? >> red panda. >> i'm a red panda? >> dustin hoffman has made $930 million off of a character, and he's not completely sure what the character is. >> that's right. >> he is a -- >> red panda. >> not a raccoon. >> no, a red panda. i thought he was a raccoon. >> master shifu is all about inner peace, but the movies seem to revolve around the disturbing peace. what happens in this one? >> i do think it's possible that this is the best of the three. it's about chi, c-h-i. it's your essence. it's really who you are. and it's about the bad guy, who is trying to take everyone's chi away. >> i have returned. >> master shifu, he regrets some
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are you a guy who looks backwards at all? do you look to the past at all? >> yes. >> you do? >> i've been shrinking it up for 20 years. if you want to know the truth. i want my therapist to be there, wherever they bury me, just to sit there maybe once a week for an hour. >> so you can have that little conference conversation? >> something. >> career wise, do you have regrets? >> oh, my god, yes. >> like what? >> i turned down maybe more brilliant things and more great directors probably than any actor. >> give me examples. >> the first one? >> yeah. >> "close uncounters encounters." i read it and said, that's the best i've ever read and i'm not going to do it. >> why? >> i had a problem with success. i turned woody allen down. schindler's list down. i mean, i turned bergman down. >> yet, you've had an
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there were a lot of roles you didn't turn down that you made the most of. >> despite myself. >> what i say to actors when they say, should i study, i say yes. my name is dustin hoffman. welcome to my master class. >> you like to pass on your passion to younger actors. what would 78-year-old dustin hoffman tell 28-year-old dustin hoffman, if you could talk to him as an actor. >> hang on another two years and you'll do "the graduate." >> you're trying to seduce me. >> you shared something, you turned down roles because you think you were afraid of success. when you look back now at 78, are you proud of yourself? >> no. i mean, your original question is, you know, do you look back? do you wish you -- yes. could i go back and live the last 40 years differently? i would. i mean, the good news, i feel fresh now. i feel reborn now, in a sense. i've finally gotten a sense of
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it doesn't em bar rsz barrass me to do good. i wasn't afraid of being a star, i did not deserve it. we're not special. i mean, there is such a thing as you have a gift. i have a gift. but the chance to bring your gift into the same aperture, if that's the right word, to marry them in your life, you need a lot of luck to do that. >> i try not to end interviews by arguing with the person i'm interviewing, but i think you're special. >> thank you. >> i've always enjoyed talking to you. >> matt, thank you. . thank you very much. >> i liked that comment. >> turned down the roles because he didn't think he deserved the success that they would bring him at the time. >> it's so refreshing to see him being candid about that. you know, his roles he wishes he'd taken. >> and his epiphanies. >> he turned out already. >> shrinking it up. anyway, "kung fu panda 3" hits theaters on friday.
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partnering up to find fitness success. what happened when natalie and jenna hit the gym together. first, this is "today" on nbc. hmm hmm hmm-hmm-hmm-hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm hmm-hmm let us be lovers, we'll marry our fortunes together [ cheering ]
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counting the cars on the new jersey turnpike they've all come to look for america [ cheers and applause ] all come to look for america all come to look for america all come to look for america i'm bernie sanders,
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welcome back, everyone. week of our campaign, kicking off 2016 with a fresh start. >> jenna bush hager is here with a fresh view of getting into the gym. >> one of my new year's resolutions was to get to the gym. and another was to spend time with friends. natalie is one of the fittest friends i have. she let me crash her workout. >> hoboken hot mamas. >> will you take a manhattan girl? >> yeah. we will. >> you are my buddy.
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usually, they like to put me spandex for spandex next to natalie. no, thank you. natalie wins. do you feel the giggle? >> pretty good. time to get moving. let's do it, girls. >> the girls and i participated in a partner workout that involved trust. >> trusting you. >> strength. >> jenna's turn! >> what if you can't lift me? >> i can lift you. >> and lots of fun. >> a lot of jenna i've never seen before. >> trusting you. >> now lower it down. there. >> tah-dah! >> natalie, the little spice girl girl. >> hercules. >> you're fine. you are like the strongest hercules. this is more fun with friends. >> yeah. >> it also makes sense. research shows that 80% of
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likely to fit in workouts and stick to their routine if they partner up. >> hi, ellen. this is my sister barbara. i brought her along. she's ripped. >> motivated by natalie and her friends, i grabbed my best friend and workout partner from birth, my twin sister barbara, to try out orange theory fitness, one of the hottest new workouts. the founder and our instructor, ellen. >> walking, jogging and rowing. >> i'm not walking. why is it going faster? >> the one-hour class involves getting your heart rate in the orange zone, where you burn fat. that combined with a healthy ily y dose of competition. i'm in the green zone. i'm jenna25. who is 016? i'm going down, my heart rate. >> it's your pace, yo. >> this is so fun.
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i'm in the orange zone! i want it. i want it. i prefer dinner dates. this is hard to talk. >> what a good sister. helping her old twin get off the rowing machine. >> bend your knees in fetal position to the side. >> we were fetal position in the womb together. >> since before we were born. >> right into the chest. >> relaxation period? >> here we go. >> excuse me, you poked my abs. >> you're obliques. >> you poked my one ab. >> people know they're going to be more accountable if barbara calls jenna and says, we're on jenna? she says, i was going to blow it off today, but i guess i won't. >> barbara is superior in fitness because, feel that muscle. show it to her. show her it.
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>> it's a shy muscle. >> i want to give a disclaimer. if i beat you up as a child, this is not the chance to throw the ball at my face. >> not the moment to take it out? >> don't crush my teeth or you lose points. takes her out of the orange zone. >> what is it like to work out with your sister? >> i love working out with my sister. makes it so much more fun. kill many birds with one stone. >> your trunk has gotten smaller and mine has gotten bigger. >> you had babies. >> i feel pretty good. >> you look good, too. >> you're a good motivation. >> thanks, sissy. >> twin power. >> sweet. >> best part of the story was listening to her comment on it while it was running. >> i'm tired of myself. i'm tired. >> you said, good thing the start today thing is almost over. >> finish today. >> i'm finished today. hallelujah. but it is true, that working out
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out with natalie, you look at this and i'm like, is this my after? before and after? i'm into that. the health fitness director says it's obvious. it increases accountability. yesterday, savannah facetimed me and said -- first, she texted me and i pretended to ignore it. >> then i called them. >> she face timed once, ignore. twice, said, are you coming to the gym? >> see you in the lobby in ten minutes. >> because i saw her face, i had to. we went, feel great. also, you can lose more weight. there are studies that show if you work out with a friend -- i don't know if it's the competition or that you're there and want to work out and be in it together, you lose more weight. >> more accountable. >> jenna is like, we're doing leg lifts, and ow, it hurts. >> the team thing is great. want to go drinking with me? >> hold on, third start today take away, it ups the intensity. do you think i'd do the flying
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the flying squirrel morales? >> not my new nickname. >> yes, it is. >> flattering pose. >> thank you. >> replaying that. it makes me want to get to the gym right now. >> jenna, thank you. month. we're going to carry it into next month. >> no, no, no. >> by popular demand. >> we ended today. >> more tips on the website, creative ways to deep with your kids' cabin fever when a winter storm leaves you stranded.
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we are back. it's 8:48. we have a snow day survival guide in the wake of the blizzard. schools are closed again today. in washington, d.c., baltimore, a number of other places. what do you do when your kids are bored? megan murphy is a mom of three
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you have your two boys there, anxious to play with this first one. >> we were stuck in the house for two days. this is a great way to beat cabin fever. it's plain fun. we cut out these circles on poster board. cut out circles. we traced our mixing bowls. have the kids find different circles around the house, cut them out, hang the target. we did it by tens because my daughter is learning to count by tens. have a family competition. show us how to fly a plane. >> think i can make it? >> see if you can throw the plane. >> 50 points. >> that's about how easy as it can be. >> one more. >> just plain fun. you can improvise with anything around the house. >> yes. >> okay. >> this is your little girl. >> this is my daughter. we like to play with food. this is a healthy snack. we're going to do pretzels for
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take the pretzel sticks. charlie, we made these with your class on friday and they were a hit. use chocolate chips for the eyes and buttons. make a hat with a strawberry. >> they're snowmen. >> it's a healthy snack. potassium, dark chocolate -- don't tell -- and you can improvise with anything around the house. this is how they turn out. are you going to work on your treats? >> what's your name? >> brian. >> we also have this excellent idea for hard boiled eggs. the recipe for this is on really fun and a great way to get their protein. if i ask them to eat a banana, no. a banana snowman kabob, it makes it more fun. >> right. now, this is fun. >> we had a camp out. this is our favorite tent from land of nod. you can use couch cushions, do a box to make a fort. go in the sleeping bags, and
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>> construction paper and rolled logs, we did a circle of rocks. l.e.d. lights left over from our halloween jack lanterns. rolled construction paper. >> you can tell stories like a campfire. >> we roasted marshmallows and told ghost stories. they've been watching too much scooby doo. >> adorable. >> leave the kids in their pajamas and make it a camp out. >> you can do this with a sheet, make a fort. >> couch cushions. throw a sheet over it, no problem. >> what do we have over here? >> do you want to build a >> always. >> simple. construction paper, scissors and tape. we did these on every door in the house. a plain white door or any door will do. >> can you help us do the buttons? >> tape them on. tie a ribbon around for the scarf. little circles. tell the kids, they can learn
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what will make a good circle? hold my hand. okay. sir. >> you got your hands full at home. >> team tasks. team murphy in the house. >> very cute. >> this is one more fun idea. style. i taped this up when the kids were sleeping. they came down on saturday morning and lost their minds. you tape crepe paper across the hallway. you guys, you have to sneak through it. you have to go over it, under and try to sneak through the maze. do you want to show how to do it, too? on your bellies under it. >> wow. >> a roll of paper. you can do it with string. keep them busy by improvising. >> doing a good job. >> this is easy to do. this could go on a while. >> we had this set up the entire blizzard.
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campfire to banana kabobs. >> uh-oh! >> trouble, trouble. >> it's okay. you can tape it back. >> thank you so much. great ideas for more snow day activities and recipes to keep your family entertained. go to back in a moment.
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well, what's coming up next hour, everybody? >> we have lucy liu, co-star on "kung fu panda 3." >> matt, grab some couch. >> we saved you a spot. >> thank you very much. >> lucy liu? did i hear lucy liu? >> hello, you did. >> we know what she is, a snake. >> viper. >> no debate over raccoon or red panda. >> no, no, no. good to know. >> what are you talking about in the tape? >> weather. >> one of the reasons i was tardy, do you smell this? i was stopping by the kitchen to see what was cooking. i didn't get an answer but it smells really good. >> what are they making? >> maybe it's the fourth hour. >> casserole. it's casserole week. >> i haven't heard the word tardy.
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>> next on 7 news at ninerite clock. >> anchor: crews are putting out hot spots after a explosion in quincy.
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>> rhode island building demolished when a bus crashed into it. sending a couple of people to the hospital. >> anchor: two weeks from primary season kicking off new hampshire. what new poll numbers mean in the race for the white house. >> anchor: much of the nation's capitol shut down after the weekend winter storm. some cities along the eastcoast struggling to get back on track. >> weather: snow this afternoon. 40s to near 50 degrees. how long mild weather lasts, just ahead. >> all of that and more.
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