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but listen to this: (family talking) that's a different kind of sound. the sound of the weekend. unleash the power of dough. give it a pop. good morning. >> thank you, iowa. >> nbc news declares hillary clinton the apparent winner in iowa. while sanders says, this is a tie. ted cruz takes it to trump. >> god bless the great state of iowa. >> donald trump, the front runner no more. marco rubio, strong finish, the surprise of the night. >> so this is the moment they said would never happen. >> the candidates already in new hampshire this morning. sounding the alarm. >> public health emergency of
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>> this zika outbreak being declared a global crisis. the pentagon set to evacuate u.s. military families from hot zones. the number of infected growing by the day, while a vaccine is said to be years away. a storm dumping snow from kansas to michigan. another 31 million bracing for severe storms in the south. al is tracking both systems. we'll get the longer-range forecast live from punxsutawney phil today on groundhog's day, tuesday, february 2nd, 2016. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a tuesday morning. we got out of dodge in time. sioux city, iowa. >> the snow came in after the caucuses ended last night.
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iowa yesterday with the good people there. as you can see, they're dealing with a big snowstorm. al is going to tell us more about that in a second. >> the political results didn't disappoint. on the republican side, it was ted cruz's night, fueled by record turnout. the texas senator topped donald trump. marco rubio hard on their heels, just 1% behind trump. >> in the democratic race, a historically close contact. hillary clinton the apparent winner but it didn't come until early this morning. clinton and sanders left iowa without a clear cut winner being declared. >> when i say it doesn't disappoint, there was suspense well into the night. how will the results reshape the election with the next primary, new hampshire, one week away? we have peter alexander starting us off. good morning. >> good morning. ted cruz landed here in new hampshire a matter of hours ago. his campaign team popping champagne on its charter jet in from iowa.
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the first republican to get into a bitter dual with donald trump and emerge the winner. >> reporter: in iowa, a political earthquake but not the kind donald trump was expecting. >> to god be the glory. >> reporter: powered by a wave of strong support from evangelical christians, cruz claims victory over his billionaire rival. >> iowa has sent notice that the republican nominee and the next president of the united states will not be chosen by the media. >> thank you very much. i love you people. >> reporter: for the first time candidate who cast himself as an ultimate winner, a rare show of graciousness and brevity in defeat, speaking for nearly three minutes. >> i want to tell you something. i'm just honored. i'm really honored. i want to congratulate ted and all of the incredible candidates. >> reporter: trending overnight, this 2013 trump tweet.
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second. on this night, the poll-obsessed numbers. for the first time, sounded new hampshire. >> we were 28 points ahead. hampshire. i think we're going to be proclaiming victory, i hope. >> for months they told us we had no chance. >> reporter: solidifying his position for the answer to marco rubio. >> they told me we have no chance because my hair wasn't gray enough and my boots were too high. >> reporter: the 44-year-old's opening line. >> this is the moment they said would never happen. >> reporter: a near perfect reflection of another freshman senator who won iowa eight years ago. >> they said this day would never come. >> reporter: historic night punctuating a record-setting day. more than 180,000 caucus goers, the most ever. a county head telling nbc news, we're busting at the seams.
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ben carson slammed the cruz campaign. >> it is a dirty trick. >> reporter: accusing his competitor of spreading rumors carson would be dropping out, after the neurosurgeon said he was heading home to florida for a fresh change of clothes. >> perhaps humbled by a loss, donald trump has been stunningly silent on twitter. he hasn't tweeted since before last night's caucuses. the thing to watch is how he responds and adjusts going forward. this morning, marco rubio is touting he has what he describes as marcomentum. his campaign revealing it'll get a new endorsement from the south carolina senator. matt and savannah? >> south carolina voting after new hampshire. peter, thank you very much. shortly after his victory speech, cruz spoke to nbc news before he headed to new hampshire. he had a lot of interesting things to say about the results in iowa. nbc's hallie jackson caught up with him. good morning to you. >> good morning, matt.
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catching up on his sleep. we only landed on his plane about two hours ago in new hampshire. ted cruz is already on the move again, heading to south carolina today, then back to new hampshire tonight. a state that doesn't seem like a natural fit for him, but where momentum from iowa could put him in the top two here. >> tonight is a victory for courageous conservatives across iowa and all across this great nation. >> congratulations. >> thank you. it has been a remarkable victory. it's really a testament to the grassroots. it is courageous conservatives all across iowa, all across the country, who stood up today and had their voices heard. >> you're one of the few candidates in this race who has gone toe to toe with trump and taken a punch from him, or body shots as you might phrase it. >> there is a big question mark on your head, and you can't do that to the party. >> how does this reflect in what you might do with your closest
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forward? >> listen, my approach to donald and everybody else has been not to go in the mud, not to engage in the insults or attacks. if he or anyone else insults me, i don't respond in time. >> you've attacked him. >> i'm not going to be taking legal advice from donald trump. >> i do think differences on policy, or record, or substance, that's fair game. but i think the voters are not interested in politicians bickering like school children. i will note, the last two winners of the iowa caucus came out of this caucus with no money. they were broke. they did not have the national team or infrastructure to be in a position to be able to compete effectively and win the nomination. we're in a different position. >> this is a two-man race, you'd like to say, but given rubio's showing, what many consider a strong third, how can you say that? is it a three-man race? >> it'll be up to the voters. i'm amused at listening to the media talk aut an impressive third place finish.
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the 50,000 courageous conservatives that stood up in the state of iowa and gave us the largest victory in a republican caucus in the history of this state. >> third place doesn't matter? >> i think donald and marco and everyone in the field is terrific. what i'm encouraged by is the grassroots army that's getting stronger each and every day. >> what does this mean for you going forward? you head to new hampshire and south carolina. what's the strategy for you? how do you win the nomination? >> it's very much the same thing as what we did in iowa. new hampshire, south carolina and nevada and all across the country. we're answering the questions of the men and women of iowa and earning the votes one person at a time. >> looking forward to what's happening here in new hampshire, senator cruz elaborated on that. saying he'll do what he did in iowa. get on the ground, do the retailing politicking.
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dunkin donuts. it's a new race one week away. >> hallie jackson, thank you very much. >> this race will run on dunkin for the next few weeks. we knew the race was tight and the results proved that. hillary clinton the apparent winner, but bernie sanders is calling it a virtual tie. nbc's andrea mitchell is covering that race. she has made her way to new hampshire overnight, as well. good morning. >> good morning, savannah. it was the closest democratic iowa caucus race in history. hillary clinton apparently saving off another embarrassing upset in the state, but arriving here a few hours ago in new hampshire without the momentum she was hoping for. >> i stand here tonight breathing a big sigh of relief. thank you, iowa. >> iowa, thank you. >> reporter: early this morning, hillary clinton was named the winner of the iowa caucuses, after a close race with bernie sanders.
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arriving in new hampshire this morning. >> do you anticipate contesting the vote count? >> we just got off the plane and we don't know enough about it. >> reporter: a race so tight, in a few caucus briefings, some county delegates were decided by a coin toss. something party officials recommend to settle disputed towns. >> it looks like we'll have about half of the iowa delegates. >> reporter: for sanders, the tension was high. watching the results come in from his hotel room. pacing in front of the television. even clay delaying his flight to new hampshire, hoping to see the final call. it came after he left. after a chaotic night, there are questions that the iowa democratic party was unprepared. the sanders campaign accusing the party of not properly training their precinct chairs. both candidates are looking ahead to new hampshire, where sanders has a massive lead. clinton is calling herself a progressive, aligning herself with sanders' issues.
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things done for people. >> reporter: while sanders is firing up his base. >> what iowa has begun tonight is a political revolution. >> reporter: both campaigns coming out of iowa in a fight that has just begun. >> and sanders has proved just how much fight he's got left in him. he came directly from his plane on the overnight flight a few hours ago, going out to a pickup truck, climbing on to treat h supporters who have been waiting for hours in the cold to greet him there. this is going to be a much tougher fight than anyone had expected. >> andrea mitchell, thank you so much. let's bring in chuck todd and nicolle wallace. long night for you. nice to have you with us this morning. >> where am i? >> let's start on the republican side. yesterday morning you told us the cruz campaign was supremely confident. we interviewed donald trump yesterday morning and he seemed
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did they know it was coming? >> i think the cruz camp knew it was coming. they were calm. they hung out a long time and phones. i thought, they either knew they were going to win or knew they were going to lose. they built the model with the capacity to go to 170,000. it went bigger. they knew they were going to do well last night. >> what is trump supposed to make of this? is it just, he didn't organize well in the end for iowa, and it's iowa specific, or is this a sign that perhaps the support you see in polls over and over again, that there's less than meets the eye when it comes down to voters writing down his name? >> the answer to both questions are yes. meaning that, look, if people are not people that are used to participating in the process, guess what that means? you'll work even harder to get them out to vote. look, he spent -- he crammed for a college exam, and he did a lot of really good organizing in the
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i think now we look back, he may have saved himself from finishing second. it may have plummeted further had he not put the extra effort he did in the last ten days. >> cruz gets bragging rights and heads forward to new hampshire. there are fewer religious conservatives there. a lot of people describe themselves as independent. how does he play there? >> listen, he's so well-known as this idealogically pure guy who doesn't get along with his establishment buddies. it's going to be hard to escape that. rubio to me is the guy that can make the best case against cruz in iowa. trump has used up his attacks. he went through canada, went through his litany of attacks. left. rubio really hasn't engaged cruz in front of that new hampshire electorate in a way yet that i think we're going to see. >> think about rubio next week. maybe the endorsements are going to pour in. on the other hand, the attacks from every corner, they're coming.
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have -- they've been coming. nobody has been attacked more. look what he ended up doing. on one hand, you have to be impressed at his resilience. he has to finish second in new hampshire, minimum, i think. ted cruz has a shot at second. this is going to be a fascinating three-way race with a couple of -- one wild card left, probably john kasich who could make voice. maybe christie makes noise. but the one, two, three is going to be the story next week. >> hillary clinton gets to come out of iowa and say, technically, i'm the winner, but this had to be a near-death experience for the once presumptive nominee. >> she avoided a complete disaster. a win is a win. bernie sanders has to feel great and, yet, you can look at it another way and say, if he couldn't beat her under these
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he going to beat her in south carolina, alabama, where the electorate is more diverse? it. the clinton campaign may have won technically, they're acting like they loss. the sanders campaign is acting like they won. >> thank you much. get some sleep. we'll have more on the iowa results and the impact on both races moving forward ahead. pivotal court hearing in the case against bill cosby. could his legal team get criminal charges dismissed? courthouse. good morning to you. >> good morning, matt. bill cosby's legal team are back in court, arguing that the criminal charges be thrown out all together. cosby denies the allegations that he drugged and sexually assaulted andrea over a decade ago here in montgomery county. the district attorney did not press charges.
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cosby that he wouldn't are charges if the comedian testified in his civil case. cosby testified. the deposition is now at the heart of the charges being filed today against cosby by an entirely different district attorney. it is the first time that cosby has faced criminal charges, even though there are dozens of similar allegations out there. he has denied them all. legal expert here in pennsylvania tells us that he has -- he and his team have an uphill battle in court. without a court-ordered immune ity deal, the trial goes forward. >> stephanie gosk in norristown, much. the fbi took to social media in the search of an agent that disappeared in iran. the fbi is asking for information on the whereabouts of robert levinson. the american had been working for the cia in what u.s.
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rogue operation. the iranian government denies knowledge of his disappearance and offered to help search for him. california now to an english teacher who allegedly helped inmates escape from a maximum security jail has been released. prosecutors said they would not charge 44-year-old ravaghi. investigators allege the teacher who worked at the jail provided the inmates with a map that showed an aerial view of the jail complex. on monday, the three inmates faced a judge for the first time. since their capture this weekend, investigators revealed the fugitives kidnapped a taxi driver at gunpoint and held him captive a week arguing over whether to kill him. eventually, they let the man go. weather is another big story this morning. the midwest storm hasn't disappointed. >> we have a blizzard going on and the risk of strong storms and tornadoes to talk about. let's get to it.
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swath of blizzard warnings, ory advisories, stretching from colorado up to intense snowstorm. so much so, you're starting to see lightning fire up. thunder snow as it heads toward sioux city. jim cantore is in sioux city right now. >> hey, al. miss you out here, buddy. just the beginnings of this here in sioux city, iowa. the snow is on the ground. we have 1/2 inch and it continues to fall. the winds are the big deal. gusting upwards of 30, 35 miles per hour. i don't think we'll have any problem in verifying a blizzard in here. 12 to 18 inches by the time everything is said and done. probably thunder and lightning with the snow. obviously, the flags will be horizontal with the snow and wind. certainly, areas along interstate-80, 29, 39 in wisconsin, could easily be shut down with the kind of snow intensities and the wind we're expecting this afternoon. >> jim, anywhere from 8 to 12
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ahead of the system, we have this warm, moist air. 31 million people at risk for strong storms. thedeveloping later today. we have this enhanced risk also from louisville all the way down to central mississippi and alabama. we have the risk of tornadoes. supercells, 70 miles per hour. possible tornadoes and authorities. as the storm pushes east, the storms could continue overnight. the most dangerous time. we'll be watching it closely in the day and to tonight. we'll get to your local forecast pb&j. it' s just pb&j. unless you make it right. then it becomes a sandwich as mighty as it is humble. easier to make than a mistake. as simple as a sunny day, but just as perfect. when you make a pb&j with smucker' s, that' s the difference between ordinary everyday
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because with a name like smucker' s, it has to be good. >> chris: good tuesday morning, everyone. mostly sunny skies on this groundhog day. a light breeze. temperatures still enjim by early february standards. tomorrow rain and wind arriving. the the heaviest of it after lunchtime. the warmest air arriving late. so we'll spend much of the day in the 40s to lower 50s and jump up into the upper 50s near day's end. so it will certainly be a mile storm, a rainstorm for us. and a showers early thursday morning along the coastline tapers off. cool and dry over the weekend. it's also february 2nd. groundhog's day. we go live to punxsutawney. they're getting ready to bring phil out of his burro. if he sees his shadow, six more weeks of winter. if any of the candidates see
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>> wrangler saw his shadow this morning. >> punxsutawney phil. >> he's out. >> did he see his shadow? >> six more weeks of winter. >> he did? >> he will see his shadow. there you have it. >> he looks good. >> they have 10,000 tv lights. >> you're reading the groundhog's mind. >> i'm one with the groundhog. >> trust me, he saw the shadow. >> thank you very much. coming up, more about iowa. it's now in the rear-view mirror and new hampshire is straight ahead. is the republican field down to a three-person race? plus, zika a worldwide emergency. the pentagon offering to relocate at-risk military families stationed overseas. what's being done to stop the virus from spreading. first, this is "today" on
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how about our expert, chris? it feels like spring these last few days. >> chris: mother nature said spring yesterday. cooler today with temperatures in the 20s and lower to middle 30s. but we have a lot of nine throughout the day and temperatures still above average for this time of year. mid-40s to near 50 degrees this afternoon. we'll track some rain in here tomorrow, and no snow with this. the heaviest of the rain after lunchtime. the warmest conditions mid to upper 50s late day early evening. >> christa: okay. if you're headed out for your commute, you'll want the hear what danielle gersh has to say, particularly on 128. >> danielle: thanks, christa. a bit of a mess on 128, especially in needham. southbound the ramp to highland avenue is still closed. that's causing some delays there, southbound and both northbound. so something to keep in mind. 93 southbound from 128 into boston, a very slow drive. and then the expressway still 30 minutes from braintree into boston. christa, back to you. >> christa: all right, danielle. thank you. we're back in 25 minutes with another update.
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7: 30 on a tuesday morning. groundhog day, february 2nd, 2016. nice group of people outside who all saw their shadows this morning. >> al is demanding a recount. >> i want a recount. all stations are clear around punxsutawney. one little cloud bank obviously. >> i guess it's going to be you versus the groundhog. politics is a big story of the morning. we'll have all the results from iowa in a moment. let's look at the other headlines. weather is there. phil didn't see his shadow, but winter is raging across the country this morning.
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to minnesota. the storms are expected to produce heavy rain and possible tornadoes. there is an important court hearing in the criminal case against bill cosby. his attorneys are trying to get the charges that he sexually assaulted a woman 12 years ago tossed out. expected to testify for the defense, the former district attorney who, in 2005, found insufficient, credible and admissible evidence in that case. a meeting at the white house will be closely watched today. president obama sitting down with paul ryan for lunch. this is their first one-on-one since ryan became house speaker last october. the big story this morning, the results of the iowa caucuses. let's start with the democrats. hillary clinton eking out an apparent win over bernie sanders by the slimmest of margins. nbc's andrea mitchell is following that side of the story for us. good morning to you. >> good morning, matt. this is the most incredible story because if it holds up,
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now for the apparent victory of clinton over bernie sanders. this is after she has campaigned for almost a year in iowa. where she had a better organization. at this point, she is in a virtual tie. sanders is declaring victory, in that he came up against her tough organization. he is a 74-year-old democratic socialist who isn't even a member of the democratic party. so this is really a reality check. a tough reality check for hillary clinton. she has to realize now that she only got a smattering of votes of younger people. he got 70% of those under 30. this is a tough road ahead, especially in the caucus states >> thank you very much. the results were more clear cut on the republican side. ted cruz scored an upset over donald trump. for that story, let's go back to nbc national correspondent peter alexander. good morning again to you. >> savannah, good morning. it was a commanding victory for
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here are the standings from last night, resetting the table going forward. ted cruz with 28% support of iowa caucus goers. donald trump a disappointing second at 24%. marco rubio at 23%. his campaign is casting that as a significant victory. catapulting him forward, as they view it, as the anti-trump, anti-cruz answer to those two gentlemen. here in the state, cruz landed a short time ago. his team popping champagne on their chartered jet to the state. this is a critical state for donald trump. he's had a wide lead in the polls. he should be more likely to get cruz. but a top ted cruz adviser telling me they are confident that they can replicate the successful organization that helped catapult them to victory last night in iowa. a matter of moments ago down the block from us at the airport, marco rubio met with patrons at a nearby diner, insisting to
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he's confident he, too, can try to pull out a win. >> peter, thank you very much. msnbc and bloomberg politics mark is with us now. good morning. >> good morning, matt. >> you jumped on the plane with cruz after his victory in iowa hampshire. what was the mood like? >> it was excited. ted cruz is not a normally emotional guy. he was emotional last night at his victory event. he got the results separately. he was traveling to des moines from going to a cause kus cus. he reunited with his wife and father and they were emotional. senator cruz is a passionate guy about his policy positions, but he's also a great political operative. he knows what he built in iowa with the money he has in the bank, more money than all the other establishment candidates combined, more money than anybody but donald trump's bank
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he's built elsewhere, he is a candidate who will be in the finals after this win in iowa. it's a pretty good place to be for a guy who a year ago was not given much of a chance by many to be one of the strongest candidates in the field. >> what's fun about new hampshire coming next is there is precedent for wildly different results, and candidates coming out of nowhere and doing well in new hampshire when they were a blip in iowa. what do you see shaping up next? what did the loss to donald trump do to him, in this aura of political invulnerability he developed? >> donald trump is new to politics and facing a position that many candidates face. going into iowa with high expectations and fighting back in new hampshire. donald trump has been a fighter in his career. not in politics. we'll see what he's made of. there are five other guys who think they can win the primary. ted cruz could by getting the conservative vote consolidated. john kasich has done well.
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there are six people who think they can win the primary. it'll be a wild seven days. >> you talked about money with ted cruz. let's talk about money with bernie sanders. he raised $20 million in the month of january. he basically gets a draw in iowa. what happens with him in new hampshire? >> he's already ahead here. he is, as you suggested, i think, going to raise tens of millions of dollars off of his strong performance in iowa. hillary clinton is the favorite to win the democratic nomination. she will be until sanders proves he can win beyond iowa or new hampshire. the clintons don't like to have less money than the people they're running against. i think hillary clinton may have to beat sanders with less money in the bank. an extraordinary position for her to be in against a democratic socialist who is raising his money in small dollar donations against her big donations, the old fashioned way. >> mark, thanks so much. appreciate it. >> thanks. weather has been another big
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let's get a check from al. >> announcer: today's weather is brought to you by kay jewelers. every kiss begins with kay. >> again, punxsutawney phil not seeing his shadow. let it go, let it go >> i can't let it go. we're going to let go of some of the chilly air in the east. the eastern half of the country, pittsburgh, 51. 74 in atlanta. little rock, 72. denver, almost 20 degrees below average at 28 degrees. wednesday, the warm air stays. new york city may see 60 degrees by wednesday, 19 above average. denver is down. minneapolis, 4 degrees below normal. then the temperatures cool down a little in the east but they stay really chilly out west. that's what's going on around >> chris: good tuesday morning, everyone. mostly sunny skies on this groundhog day. a light breeze. temperatures still enjim by early february standards.
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the the heaviest of it after lunchtime. the warmest air arriving late. so we'll spend much of the day in the 40s to lower 50s and jump up into the upper 50s near day's end. so it will certainly be a mile storm, a rainstorm for us. and a showers early thursday morning along the coastline tapers off. cool and dry over the weekend. >> that's your latest weather. >> al, thanks. coming up, one creative and unexpected solution to deal with all the drones crowding the skies. and the zika virus declared an international health emergency. up next, a new weapon being released to control its spread. first, these messa there's no one i'd rather... hit the road with. no one i'd rather have dinner and a movie with. no one i'd rather lean on. being in love is an amazing thing. being in love with your best friend... ...is everything. introducing the ever us two-stone ring. one diamond for your best friend ... one for your true love.
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zika virus may be linked to cases of microcephaly, babies born with small heads and brains. >> we need coordinated international response to make sure that we get to the bottom of this. >> reporter: in brazil alone, more than 4,000 babies have been born with microcephaly. nbc's rehema ellis met a new baby. >> what do you hope for your baby boy? >> i'm waiting to see how he develops. >> reporter: for most people, researchers continue to insist the zika virus carries little to no risk. at most, mild flu-like symptoms that pass quickly. if a zika mosquito bites a pregnant mother, the unborn child can be at great risk. the cdc added countries and territories women should avoid become pregnant. pregnant women who have already traveled to zika hot zones
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>> i would suggest to have an open conversation with an ob. i'm pregnant now. what do we need to do to monitor the baby's progress? >> reporter: while a vaccine could be years away, one company is on the ground in northern brazil, taking the battle directly to the mosquitos that spread zika. releasing genetically modified mosquitos. >> when they mate with a female, the offspring fails to develop. >> reporter: 80% success rate. a small victory in a fast spreading public health emergency. experts say they see little risk of this becoming a pandemic in the united states. one point i'd like to make again, because i've been asked many, many times over the last few weeks, researchers believe if you're a woman and not pregnant and you're bitten by a zika-carrying mosquito, the virus should work its way through your system in two weeks and not impact a future pregnancy.
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record warmth by the evening with temperatures well into the 50s. >> sarah: governor charlie baker backing plans to make a quabbin red vir island the new home for a venomous rattlesnake. the island will help the endangered species repopulate. nearby residents are concerned the snakes could put people in danger. but baker sites wildlife experts who say it is unlikely the snakes could survive if they managed to escape. man: my kids have taught me how to live in the now. you know, life gets so busy with work and responsibilities and things you want to check off your list. it's really hard to just kind of put that all aside and sort of focus on having fun or playing, even. and kids have sort of taught me that.
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it's 8:00 on "today." coming up, let the games begin. decision 2016 kicked off with an upset on one side. >> tonight, iowa has proclaimed to the world morning is coming. morning is coming. >> for the others, the closest caucus in history. >> as i stand here tonight, breathing a big sigh of relief, thank you, iowa. >> how the results in iowa will
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then an unlikely supermodel. >> i did it and everybody laughed at me. it was ridiculous. your teeth, fat little nose. everything is wrong. >> the legendary lauren hutton opens up about how she changed the face of fashion and what it's like stepping back into the spotlight at the age of 72. behind the music. from michael jackson to whitney houston, surprising stories about some of the biggest pop stars in the world from legendary record producer l.a. reid. today, tuesday, february 2nd, 2016. >> happy 60th birthday, mom. we love you! >> we're from florida. >> bringing west virginia to the big apple. >> we came all the way from texas to "today." we love y'all.
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>> welcome back to "today." tuesday, february 2nd, 2016. it's a chilly day out here on our plaza. not to bring up bad memory frs al for al, but it's groundhog's day. punxsutawney phil didn't see his shadow. >> it's a historic day. the fix is? >> speaking of results, -- >> professional jealousy there. >> we have a lot to get to, starting with the results of a big event yesterday. the iowa caucuses, round one in this presidential race. ted cruz took round one on the republican side. hillary clinton squeaked out a win on the democratic side. all the candidates are headed for new hampshire. peter alexander has more for us on that. >> good morning. from new hampshire, the first in the nation votes taking place
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ted cruz, of course, with the commanding victory last night. donald trump, who has casted himself as the ultimate winner, suffering his first political defeat. what happened in iowa? in the words of a leading iowan republican, he told us, trump was selling the civil swivel, not the steak. iowans were hungry for more. >> god bless the great state of iowa. >> reporter: ted cruz tricked up trump. >> tonight is a victory for courageous conservatives across iowa. and all across this great nation. >> reporter: donald trump, bold, brass and unconventional. this morning, second and subdued. >> i want to congratulate cruz. >> reporter: trump's speech uncharacteristic, short and with doubt. >> we finished second and i'm honored. we love new hampshire. we're going to be who claiming
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>> reporter: marco rubio pulled off a much stronger third place showing that predicted 1 percentage point behind trump, the thick of the race. >> the people of this great state sent a clear message. after seven years of barack obama, we are not waiting any longer to take our country back. wow! what a night. >> reporter: early this morning, the iowa democratic party winner. with less than one percent of the votes accept brat s s separating her from sanders. >> as i stand here tonight, breathing a big sigh of relief, thank you, iowa. >> as he boarded his charter and headed to new hampshire, sanders was not yet ready to concede. >> it looks like we'll have about half of the iowa delegates. >> how does it feel, senator? >> great. >> reporter: responding to clinton's apparent win hours
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challenging the results. >> do you anticipate contesting the results? >> we just got off the plane. we don't know enough about it. >> the sanders celebration continued early this morning after his plane landed a few hours ago at 5:00 in the morning. he was greeted at the airport by hundreds of supporters who stood out for hours in the cold. sanders got on the bed of a pickup truck and greeted the crowd and told them his campaign had astounded the world. back to you. >> peter, thank you very much. quick travel for him, as well. >> long night for everybody. natalie has the other top stories of the morning. >> hi, guys. good morning. crucial court appearance today for entertainer bill cosby. his lawyers asking a judge to throw out the only criminal case against him, the accusations he molested dozens of women. he's charged with the assault of a woman 12 years ago. his defense team said cosby had a deal with the former
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8:12. we're back with what's trending today. let's get back into an age-old debate, shall we? >> always. >> you have a dog? >> yes. >> you have a dog. >> and a cat. >> dog. >> nothing. >> not yet, okay. i have a dog and a cat. who loves you more, your dog or your cat? >> your dog. >> dog. >> the dog. >> slobbers off over me, but the cat loves me, too. >> i had a cat and a dog at one point. i think whatever you love loves you back. >> not so, tamron. >> really? >> unfortunately. this one comes from the bbc. did some research to find out who loves you more, dog or cat. the winner, it's dogs. as we thought. >> boom. >> they were found to love their owners five times more than cats. >> oh, my gosh. >> it's not even close. >> scientific, right? >> scientists say it's science, natalie. comes down to ox
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>> i thought that was you. >> not that. >> it's in your brain. spiked when dogs play with their owners. >> maybe cats are better at concealing their love. they're a cool lover. >> no. cats are better at basically identity theft. >> ignoring you is what they do well. >> you have heard of the term frenemy, right? you use it all the time. like lol. someone is kind of your friend and kind of your enemy. normally, it's a thorn in your side. new research says a frenemy could actually help you at work. science, natalie. >> okay. >> science. >> at harvard, they say having a frenemy at the office can motivate you, make you accepted others. >> why? >> i don't understand that part. >> because the person hates you so much. but they love everybody else. right? >> you never know when they're going to turn against you.
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>> maybe that's why it increases your empathy. you see the complexity of the relationship and the ambiguity. >> maybe so you'd be nicer to other people. >> the frenemy and the cat should hang out. >> a cat is a frenemy. >> exactly. >> bringing it full circle. now to the actress who went on with the show despite a terrible loss. tamron has pop start. >> good morning. first to vanessa hudgens. thanking her fans after an emotional couple days. on sunday, she star and had did a great job in " grease," playing rizzo. before she took to the stage, she revealed heartbreaking news. one day before the show went live, vanessa's father greg passed away from cancer. here's some of her moving performance which she dedicated to her dad.
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night wait around for mr. right >> this gives you chills, knowing what she was going through. >> how did she do that? >> it's one of the things, could you find that strength? >> it was such a great performance. >> the whole show was incredible. she was a star. >> she got rave reviews for being so brave and dedicating it to her dad. monday on instagram, she thanked everyone for fair their support. she's one of the people you want to hug right now. so much love for her right now. let's go to cindy crawford and her message to fans. cindy became a trending topic after telling a magazine she's ready to move on from modeling. many suspected that meant she was retiring. on monday, cindy wrote, while it's true i'm eager to shift my focus a bit to concentrate on my
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i'm not making a final statement. by the numbers but not by the looks, she's turning 50 later this month. >> oh, my gosh. coldplay is set to play the super bowl halftime show this weekend. first, lead singer chris martin hitched a ride with james kor corden for a great installment of karaoke. my soul, my shield, missionaries in a foreign field >> break into song. doesn't it make you want to sing? >> this is a preview clip. the full video airs tonight. that is your pop start. >> i would like to sit in the trunk of that car. >> awesome. adele. >> that was one of the great ones. >> amazing. >> unbelievable. >> tamron, thank you so much. now to our super bowl commercial kickoff. all week, we're going to be giving you an exclusive first look at this sunday's highly
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first, something you're not going to see on the big day. commercials from go daddy. remember the company that always does a super bowl commercial? we remember this one. after 11 years, go daddy is not going to do a super bowl commercial. the company saying it's pursuing a different strategy. >> we're going to wear black arm bands on super bowl sunday. let's move on to this year's commercials. first up, budweiser. the beer brand tugs at our heart strings with horses and puppies. this year, the ad features actress helen mirren and strikes a didn't sense. >> i'm a frank british lady. we are dumbfounded that people still drive drunk. i'll sum it up like this, if you drive drunk, you, simply put,
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useless, oxygen wasting, human form of pollution. deserving selfish coward. if your brain was donated to science, science would return it. so stop it. now the chances are, you're a fun, solid, respectable human being. you. the friends and family of other drivers thank you. your future self thanks you. this is supposed to be fun. cheers. >> what do you think? >> stern message. >> important message. it's surprising that they would use that coveted super bowl time for it but it's an important message message. >> i think they'll get a lot of credit for it. >> kudos to that. >> definitely. >> t-mobile is taking a different approach. kind of a lightened up mood with an ad starring rapper and singer drake.
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used to call me on my cell phone >> cut, cut. perfect! here are the changes. >> i love changes. >> when you say call me on my cell phone, use device eligible for upgrade after 24 months. >> genius. >> include that streaming music will incur data charges. >> fantastic idea. >> won't ruin the song at all. >> the other wireless carriers ruin everything. switch to t-mobile. >> smart of them. >> i like it. >> very good. >> we'll have more commercials exclusively tomorrow morning on "today." mr. roker will give us a >> chris: good tuesday morning, everyone. mostly sunny skies on this groundhog day. a light breeze. temperatures still enjim by early february standards. tomorrow rain and wind arriving. the the heaviest of it after lunchtime. the warmest air arriving late. so we'll spend much of the day in the 40s to lower 50s and jump up into the upper 50s near day's end. so it will certainly be a mile
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and a showers early thursday morning along the coastline tapers off. cool and dry over the weekend. >> that's your latest weather. matt? >> al, thanks very much. now to a special series, supermodels, where are they now? >> urge to make a comment right now is strong. the matt lauer story is what i was going to say. we're catching up with some of the most famous faces in the industry. you're married to a former model. >> she happens to be a mom and wife, is what we call her. >> we are starting with a woman who is instantly recognizable, talking about lauren hutton. we talked to the 72-year-old in venice beach, california, and hutton opened up about her secrets to aging gracefully and what it was like to literally change the face of fashion.
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>> what was that like? >> interesting. hadn't been there. was curious and wanted to see how they were doing. >> that sense of curiosity really keeps you alive? was. i had to get out there and find out who we all were. from the very beginning, i wanted to see the world. i heard that models made this enormous amount of money. a dollar a minute. i said, i can do that. everybody laughed at me. they said, ridiculous. the space in your teeth, fat little nose. you're short. everything is wrong. but it was the only thing i'd heard of that sounded like fun. so i just threw myself into it with psychotic drive. >> reporter: the self-described tomboy left florida at the age of 21, headed to new york city. armed with that psychotic drive, hutton lawn chds unched a successful modeling career that spanned
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hut sans her unique look wasn't always embraced by the fashion industry. >> you had an unconventional career, as well as unconventional beauty. was there a lot of resistance in the beginning? >> it was basically laughing. saying, where do you come from? i'd say, florida. they said, you should go back. >> was that hard to hear? >> i used to cry sometimes. fortunately, i met this new yorker and he'd say, they don't have original eyes. they see only what they've been told is fashionable. >> in the beginning, you used to use wax, to fill in the gap of your teeth? >> i couldn't afford a spacer. i had to have a fix. i didn't fix it, i sort of faked it. >> reporter: 50 years later, she continues to break the mold. recently shooting this j. crew campaign. >> what's it like to step back into the camera lens now? >> scary.
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>> because i don't know as much as i did. i don't know anything about lighting. might sound dumb. to be a great model, it's practice and work. but i want to do it because i think it's important for my whole generation of women. >> have you ever felt pressure at all to do plastic surgery? >> i think everybody does, especially around 40. >> reporter: it was at age 40 that hutton says she was fired as a spokesperson for revlon. a role she had had nearly a decade. but always resilient, she created her own line of makeup, named after herself, and continues to run the business today. >> just paintings. it's all about light and shadow. where you put light and shadow. it sounds complicated but it's easy to learn. >> second optical illusion. >> it's used all over the world, optical illusions. >> what's the best thing about
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>> you can look behind and see how it went, and that helps you look forward. there's a great saying i read recently. he said, life is a ship wreck. so don't forget to laugh in the lifeboat. >> she's had a lot of adventures over her years. back in 2000, she was in a near fatal motorcycle accident. she was semi-comatose for weeks. she said that spirit of adventure became stronger after that accident. she really wanted to live life to the fullest. >> fascinating. >> natalie, thank you. just ahead, supermodels to supernacho supernacho. super bowl 50. burritos, where are they now? >> the recipe that will make you the talk of your party. first, on a tuesday morning,
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>> this is 7news now. >> sarah: good tuesday morning, everybody. it's 8:27 as you take a live lock over boston. let's send it to chris lambert with more on your forecast. >> chris: good morning, sarah. good morning, everyone. temperatures starting off in the 30s. cooler today but still comfortable by february standards as we have more sunshine than clouds throughout the day. temperatures this afternoon middle to upper 40s. a few clouds close to 50 degrees later today. rockland, taunton close the 50. 7 on 7 forecast, bringing in the rain and wind by tomorrow afternoon. >> sarah: the candidates running for president are making their way to new hampshire this morning after the tight iowa caucuses. marco rubio was first to touch down overnight in manchester, arriving around 2:00 a.m.
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ted cruz and bernie sanders, who was virtually tied with hillary clinton in iowa. the new hampshire primaries are one week from today. police are searching for a gunman who shot a cab driver in worcester. police say the driver was dispatched to stockton street thinking he was going to pick up a customer, but instead a masked suspect tried to rob him and shot him in the stomach. he's being treated at the hospital. this is the third time a cab or livery driver has been attacked in worcester in the past few days. "today in new england" returns at 9:00. we hope to see you then. the american people can't afford to wait for ideas that sound good on paper... but will never make it in the real world. the grandmother who has to choose between paying for medicine and paying rent... can't wait. the single mom who desperately needs a raise... can't wait. the student with a
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i'm gonna stand by you we're back now at 8:30 on a tuesday morning. it's the 2nd day of february, 2016. it's so nice that al is not even wearing a coat out on the plaza. >> wow. >> it really is. punxsutawney phil set it
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>> coming up -- >> by the way, one of the biggest names in the music industry, legendary producer l.a. reid is here. he's worked with icons in the industry. discovering many of them. i always thought that l.a. has an enormous cool factor. >> totally. >> written a great book. >> don't get bashful. >> he's written a great book about his days in music and great anecdotes. we'll talk about that in a couple minutes. plus, how the other half lives. we're going to open the doors and take you inside the stylish homes of some of hollywood's biggest stars. we'll show you how to take your super bowl that nachos up to the next level. >> is that one serving? >> one for me. first, we have a major milestone to announce. today, 5 million likes on facebook. yes! have you liked us on facebook? >> i have.
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>> if you haven't already, please head to facebook.com/today right now and hit that like button. guess what? we like you, too. >> we do. >> while you're at it, go to today's take facebook page and like us there. >> like your whole morning away. mr. roker, check of the weather? >> i like it. i'll do that. let's show you what we have today. we have an enhanced risk of strong storms and a frontal system that's going to bring a risk of tornadoes from mississippi all the way on up into kentucky. we're also looking at wet weather in the pacific northwest. blizzard in the plains to the upper midwest. tomorrow, snow spreading in the kas nads, cascades cascades, inner mountain region, west coast. we're looking at heavy rain. mid-atlantic states. new england to florida. that's what's going on >> chris: good tuesday morning, everyone. mostly sunny skies on this groundhog day. a light breeze.
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early february standards. tomorrow rain and wind arriving. the the heaviest of it after lunchtime. the warmest air arriving late. so we'll spend much of the day in the 40s to lower 50s and jump up into the upper 50s near day's end. so it will certainly be a mile storm, a rainstorm for us. and a showers early thursday morning along the coastline tapers off. cool and dry over the weekend. >> that's your latest weather. matt? >> al, thank you very much. we're here with the legendary l.a. reid. producer and executive. he's discovered and worked with some of the biggest names in music, many performing here on "today." now, he's telling a lot of great stories in a brand-new book, "sing to me: my story of making music, finding magic and searching for who's next." good to see you. >> great to see you. >> you're a great story teller. you've told me stories over the years that are entertaining. it translates to this, which is hard to do. >> you've read come? >> i have. >> cool.
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know where to start, let's do a >> here we go. >> i'll say a name and tell me your mind. michael jackson. >> oh, many y god. michael jackson, going to neverland ranch and landing -- taking a helicopter. nervous, crazy landing. michael laughs at me and said, you were afraid. you were afraid. we go into his library and he says -- he plays me all these songs he likes. none are ours, mine and babyfaces. he said, i like this and this and that. i said, do you have the right producer? he said, i wanted to show you what i like. >> he was a complicated guy and had a complicated relationship with his brother, germane jermaine. you worked with both of them and were in the middle of it. >> i got myself into a little trouble. we were working with jermaine and michael called separately and asked us to come out to work with him. we didn't tell jermaine. babyface and i didn't tell him. we went out and said, we have to
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we went to l.a., worked with michael. jermaine found out about it and called the studio. he wanted to know, wait a minute, i signed to your label. why are you working on michael? i said, it's michael. he said, i want off the label. he was very, very upset with me. >> neither of them were happy about it, by the way. >> michael was upset because he didn't like that jermaine was upset. >> whitney houston. you first worked with, i think, in 19 9 91 and then again in 2002. you say there was one of the biggest mistakes of your career. >> i think it was. it was an interview with diane sawyer. it was the first time i learned that whitney had some stuff -- >> you helped arrange the interview. >> yeah. i went to great lengths to help her get the interview. i thought it was a big deal, a great platform. then she asked her about substance abuse and it was then that i even learned there was an
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i felt that i had done a disservice to whitney because a part of my role is to protect artists. i felt i pulled back the curtain and let the world see something that perhaps they shouldn't have known. >> here's a surprising one. la lady gaga. >> the one that got away. >> you had her sign to your label and you dropped her before she became a big star. >> came into the conference room, played piano for me. she was incredible. i told her, you're going to change music. you're an important artist. >> why did you let her go? >> i fell out of love. to me, music and artists, it's sort of a love affair. when she came back to play the demos, i didn't like it anymore. i was impatient and probably wanted some immediate success. it was a huge mistake. >> you had a good relationship with pink. >> still have a great relationship with pink. >> she mentioned you in the lyrics to one of her songs. >> yeah. >> i'll play the lyrics and you
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>> l.a. told me, you'll be a pop star. all you have to change is everything you are >> all you have to change is everything you are. what happened with that? >> she really went out there on that one. the truth is, we went to dinner at a restaurant. it was really a simple, silly story. there was a lot of flatware and glassware. she said, what's all this stuff for? i said, you need an etiquette class. she wrote the song. >> you have a good relationship with her? >> yeah, i love her. >> you talk about your time on the "x factor" and say you did the show for the wrong reasons. >> maybe so. i've been in the industry a long time. i was becoming frustrated. this is really silly, by the way. i became frustrated that i'd done things that i was really proud of, but people didn't connect the dots. people really didn't know my musical history. i said, if i do the "x factor," maybe they'll connect the dots.
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the greatest acts i will work with have yet to walk in my door. i firmly believe that. >> i do. i keep the doors open and the lights on. i'm waiting for the great one to walk? >> if they walk through your door, they're lucky. >> thank you, matt. thank you, a pleasure. >> the book is "sing to me," l.a. reid. up next, from foods to beauty, we're revealing the new products of 2016. first on a tuesday morning, this
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we are back now. it's 8:40. we're ready to unveil better homes and gardens's best products of the year. consumers tested more than 200 products and chose 74 winners. we narrowed it down to favorites. amy is the magazine's deputy home editor. good morning. >> good morning. thanks for having me.
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innovation. award. we work with a market research company. we surveyed 38,000 consumers to see what is resonating with them in the marketplace. >> let's do it. best cereal. >> everybody wants to be healthy. 7 out of 10 of us are making healthy changes. this is cream of wheat to go. microwavable, handy container. add water, stir it up and you have a hot and hardy breakfast, full of calcium and iron. >> on a chilly day. >> crackers. these are savoritz rosemary and olive oil. 22 grams of whole grains in a serving. top toppings, cheese and -- >> they can take a lot of cheese? >> yeah, try it for the super bowl. >> this is greek yogurt. >> chobani greek yogurt oats. it has grains mixed right into the owe
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it's fruit, grains, keeps people full. >> good, hearty snack. i'm going to use this -- >> my personal favorite. >> ice cream. let me see, i have to taste this. >> this is breyers gelato indull indulgences. you get the flavor, toppings and sauce all in one package. >> really good. >> let's talk about beauty products. >> people said they like the drugstore stuff as much as the fancy brands. >> 63% of consumers said they thought the mass market brands are jus as good as the high end stuff. >> let's talk bargain shopper. best olay total effects. seven benefits in one convenient package package. not greasy. smells good, too. lipstick.
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>> ultra hd lipsticks. most are wax based and this is a gel based formula. 20 colors to choose from. it'll stay on longer and be vibrant. >> i'll take two of those. >> vanilla men go ango. >> this is for guys. >> their skin needs love. this is the dove men care hydrating cream. they can put it on in the morning and get moisture ized moisturized. not greasy. >> one for the hubby. >> this is an innovation in masks. facial masks are big. but you have to put it on, peel it off and wash your face. >> time consuming. >> this olay mask lets you put it on in gel format. you sleep in it overnight. >> i'll take it. >> you don't have to take it off. it goes into the pores and makes your skin great in the morning. >> loving it. this is health and butte
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>> and household products. hand sanitizing wipes. super handy container. the optic white colgate toothpaste. this has hydrogen peroxide to bleach the teeth. >> i'll grab these for matt, too. >> i didn't say it. >> this is the ultra health advanced mouthwash. you know how you feel the burn? it has alcohol in it. this formula, no alcohol. all the benefits without the burn. >> probably gentler on your mouth, too. >> yeah. >> amy, thank you so much. if you want the fullest of the new products, check out today.com. hollywood hide aways. we're taking you inside celebrity homes. including one music star's island resort. check it out.
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8:46. we're back this morning and getting a rare peek inside the stunning celebrity homes, courtesy of "architectural die digest." good morning. >> good morning. >> something for everyone in this issue. you have west coast. you've got east coast. you've got the tropics. where do you want to start? >> let's start in l.a. >> all right. we're talking about the kardashian sisters, khloe and kourtney kourtney. these two are side by side. >> they're a block away. they have very, very different tastes and, yet, they share a decorator. >> what do you like about this first one? >> kourtney's house is minimalist, modernist, very restrained. filled with beautiful, beautiful frenchman century furniture. it's also family friendly. she's all about her kids and family. she has a great eye.
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i think she talked her sister into doing this story. >> they shared a designer and, yet, the results are different. >> completely different. we're's. seductive. touches of morocco and turkey and the middle east. really sexy. the funny thing about it, it's also meticulous. her closets and kitchen are to die for. she's amazingly organized. >> started with nice spaces >> very nice spaces. >> that helps. let's move to the east coast. we're talking about a townhouse now that is owned by leo shriver and naomi watts. >> this was a renovation. what i loved about the story is naomi said she was really we all are. it feels really authentic. this is a family house.
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it came to the renovation? >> she wanted a place where they could sit around in the kitchen, breakfast area, room for kids to play. that's the play room. and her real dream, she said, i can't believe after all of this, all i care about is the fact that i have a walk-in pantry. >> that's a rare thing here in new york city. let's move down to the tropics. dominican republic. this is the home of marc anthony and his wife. >> this is an interesting story. when i first saw the pictures i said, we can't do this. it looks like a hotel. it looks like a resort. then i found out that was the point. marc anthony has a big family and a lot of friends and felt he couldn't go on holiday. he wanted to be private. he built his own mini resort. i love this story. >> it's got a beautiful out door door space. >> amazing. two pools, outdoor screening room.
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saltwater, sand bottomed, man made pool. army of trucks brought in sand to this place. >> something for everyone. from the west coast to the east coast to down in the tropics. always fun to watch and look through the pages of architectural digest. thank you. >> thank you. >> head to today.com and be sure to like our page on facebook. up next, super nachos. we've been eyeing them from over here. just in time for the super bowl. wait until you get a load of the toppings.
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we're back now. it's 8:52. "today's food" time. if you are planning a super bowl, you're probably getting your menu ready. it has to include a platter of super nachos. i'm flipping out over this. >> but you can't have any. just look. >> where's my piece? shoot over. >> go over there. you're on the clock, savannah. >> save me one, tamron. >> just one. >> tell me what we're doing. what makes it a super nacho? >> we had a competition here. got a little out of control. for this one, we broke it into quadrants, even though there are five of them.
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s with bacon. meat lovers pizza. ribs. it's amazing. bacon, first thing, cold pan, strips of bacon, medium heat. you can't rush bacon. nice and crispy. we have the bacon going. then we're going to put the potato skins. keep it moving. into the bacon fat. >> i love it. >> one cool thing, when you do bacon fat for cooking, strain out the crispy bits because they'll burn. oh, my gosh, are you all right? we need protective goggles for her. >> did you hurt me last time i was here? >> no, i just poured wine on you. >> yeah, it hurt. >> you're not making nachos, you're building them. architecture. >> erecting them. >> thank you. layers of nachos. we likes to tito s to tee tostitos because they're sturdy.
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is it good? >> insanely good. are you kidding me? >> you have to ask? >> overwhelmed. >> matt said, rah, rah. >> few different layers. put it in the oven at 425, ten minutes. when it comes out, put on the cold stuff. >> of course. >> the sour cream, avocadoes, salsa. you want hot, hot and cold, cold. >> i like it. is this the finished product? >> that's the one just with the potato lovers. you can put your whole snack stadium over there. >> can you talk more about those? what are the ingredients? >> the idea was, let's take super bowl favorites. baby back ribs, meat lovers pizza, spinach artichoke dip. it's all layered. >> what is that? >> we need a map. >> come over here.
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campaign. you instagram it and we will regram it if the photo looks really good and tasty. >> do you have a favorite here? >> i like the buffalo chicken. >> exactly. dip in the middle. >> ribs for the win, everybody. >> what is this one? >> loaded potato. >> got it? >> good one. >> which is that? >> we just made that. you made that. >> i did make it. this tastes good. >> put them on a sheet tray. be careful because it'll be hot. eat them quickly. you can build them ahead of time so you have three trays ready for the game. put them in the oven as you're ready. >> good idea. >> savannah, good job with the segment. she found out she was doing it 30 seconds before the segment. >> you finished early. i was like, what else do we have? i've been stretching for the
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claiming victory this morning. on the republican side donald trump toppled ted cruz leading iowa with win as the candidate, the attention turns to new hampshire. breaking news from overnight out of worcester. a cab driver shot. and police are looking for the gunmen. a boston marathon bombing survivor taking a big step forward as he gets ready for this year's race. >> mostly sunny skies through the afternoon. this storm bringing us rain and wind tomorrow. the forecast ahead. we have all that and a lot more. coming up next at 9 here in vineland, home of progresso, we love all kinds of chicken soups... but just one kind of chicken. white breast meat chicken every time. so if you're not going to make your own chicken soup tonight, do what we do...make it progresso. look at this sweet face. so sweet. ok, we're going to need a napkin gooey, flaky, happy. toaster
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