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prosecutor said. french authorities say the cell already had automatic weapons and plans to acquire more. screen grabs of potential targets and a hand-written letter professing loyally to isis. president hollande congratulated security forces for preventing a large-scale attack. just this week the state department issued a travel alert, warning that credible information indicates isis and al qaeda continue to plan attacks in europe around the holiday season. now, isis is taking a beating on the battlefield in syria and in iraq, and security experts expect isis or its sympathizers will try to avenge losses in the middle east with attacks overseas. >> they try and link up with individuals they've already planted in the west or they try and send individuals out from behind the front lines. >> reporter: isis may be under attack, but that could make it at least in the near term
the paris prosecutor said four of the five suspects are french, the other moroccan. two are said to have traveled here to turkey a year ago and visited the syrian border area. france thwarted this plot, but u.s. officials are convinced more may be coming. >> richard evening el in istanbul. thank you, richard. in california it was the kind of jail break you see in movies, the window bars cut off, a make-shift rope used to get to the ground, only this time it was who apparently had the tools and imagination to pull it off are still on the run this evening. a $20,000 reward has been offered. our miguel almaguerre has the details. >> reporter: tonight the massive manhunt in san jose, california is growing desperate. >> the main jail is reporting an attempted escape. >> reporter: the jail break, like a plot out of hollywood. four inmates cutting their way through
through a small window, ra pelling two floors down using bed sheets and clothing to drop to freedom. two inmates caught by a sheriff's deputy, two others slipping into the night. >> the fact these bars were cut the way they were, it wasn't something that they just, you know, thought of in a minute. >> reporter: facing a laundry list of serious charges, chavez and campbell have been on the run for two days. they escaped from the oldest section of the sa no cameras. with tactical teams ready to deploy again tonight, the sheriff says the two fugitives are dangerous, desperate and could now also be armed. miguel almaguerre, nbc news. >> not much of a holiday break for the incoming trump administration which announced two more appointments today and was still considering other key roles, most notably secretary of state. the trump team also trying to fulfill a campaign promise of
let's get the latest tonight from nbc's kristin welker. >> president-elect trump's administration coming into clearer focus, naming two staff positions that don't require senate confirmation. kathleen mcfarland as deputy national security adviser and don mcghan as counsel. she is third female appointment, holding national security posts in nixon, ford and administrations. in 2016 she ran for senate, attempting to unseat new york's then senate hillary clinton. a fox news analyst. >> the united states is in retreat everywhere in the world. >> she is known for her hard line views and criticism of president obama. as for 48-year-old mcghan, he is an attorney for the trump campaign and served five years with the federal election commission where he was instrumental in loosening regulations on campaign spending.
president-elect navigate business evening tanglements. intrigue swirled and secretary of state, divided between rudy giuliani and former antagonist mitt romney. >> what is unusual it that it has become a public fight and split. it wouldn't surprise me if a third name emerges. >> reporter: as the team building continues, trump trying to make good on a campaign promise, to keep working class jobs in the u.s. mike pence serving as chief negotiator in prevent carrier from following through with current plans to move a major plant to mexico. >> reporter: late tonight wisconsin, where hillary clinton lost narrowly, said it plans to move forward with a recount after green party candidate jill stein raised enough money to request one. stein saying she plans to do the same in pennsylvania and michigan. lester. >> kristin welker, thank you. some sad news from los angeles overnight. '70s tv icon florence
though her body of work spanned more than 50 years from stage to daytime shows to reality tv, she will best be remembered as the always upbeat and nurturing mom in that adorable blended tv family we know as "the brady bunch." ? here's a story ? ? of a lovely lady ? >> she was america's mom, who dealt with problems like this. >> marcia, marcia, marcia! >> now, sweetheart, you're not in anybody's shadow >> and this. >> peter? >> yeah, mom. >> don't sit up here alone. come on downstairs. >> florence henderson, aka mrs. brady, was beamed into thousands of households each week in the sweet comedy "the brady bunch." born in dale, indiana, she began her career on the stage and quickly took show business by storm, landing the title role in "fanny" on broadway. the spunky blond became a trail blazer.
>> in 1959, henderson was hired to be the very first today girl here on nbc. she was also the first woman to ever host "the tonight show" before johnny carson took over. from "the puppets show" ? >> "to later today" to reality tv, henderson remained a fixture on american television screens long after mrs. brady said her last good night. >>d >> her death coming as a shock to many. earlier this week she was seen in the audience of "dancing with the stars." today condolences came pouring in from her on-screen kids. you are in my heart forever. >> proud to call her mom and a lifelong friend. >> henderson never lost site of how lucky she was. >> i am so blessed to be able to still do what i love. i'm just grateful. >> florence henderson,
up to 50 million americans have been told they're allergic to penicillin, a label that can last for life, forcing people to avoid taking the most effective antibiotics. a surprise finding most of those people are not really allergic afteran. nbc's dr. john torres has details. >> spencer jones was 15 months old when he first got the label allergic to penicillin. >> if it stayed in his chart he would be given antibiotics that weren't as ef more toxic, that were more expensive. >> reporter: to today the 10-year-old is at the allergist getting tested to see if he is truly allergic. it is something more doctors are calling for as new research finds at least 90% of people labeled with penicillin allergies have grown out of it were miss diagnosed in the first place. >> they get a rash which is commonly not related to the antibiotic and get labeled.
diagnosis can lead patients to take antibiotics with more side effects. that's exactly what happened to maria duggan days after giving birth to her son. >> itchy rash all over my body with hives. >> reporter: she got an infection and needed a penicillin-related antibiotic. but because she was labelled allergic she ended up on a drug take made her sick. she was breastfeeding, and the next drug option could hurt her baby. >> reporter: so you had a choice of going on a medicine that could have harmed your baby. did that scare you at clear to me, i was going to pick an antibiotic that did not risk my child. >> reporter: some maria decided to take the penicillin drug and, surprise, no allergic reaction. that's what spencer and his mother are hoping as they wait for his test results. >> congratulations. looks like your skin tests were negative. you tolerated the penicillin. >> reporter: a simple test so patients know they can take the right antibiotic. dr. john torres, nbc news, nashville. >> back in a moment
? a different kind of delay of game for nfl fans yesterday, not to mention a most welcome one. aretha franklin's national anthem, all four minutes and 35 seconds of it. in case you were wondering, the hch star spad usually takes a few minutes, but she is queen of soul. you don't earn that title by letting a football game clock get in the way of a fantastic performance. the official white house christmas tree arrived in grand style, 19 feet tall, atop the horse drawn carriage. for the last time, the first lady was there to receive it, accompanied by her nephews, the kids she calls her rye
sleeping, it is the holidays after all. a boy in florida determined to spread cheer, so determined in fact he had to make an emergency phone call. >> walton county, 911, what's the address of the emergency. >> hello. can you come over because we are having thanksgiving. thank you, buy. >> thank you, bye. and with such nice manners, the invitation was accepted and billie got a visit from a pair of deputies later that day. something, the officers gave billy a badge and let him sit in their patrol car. when we come back, an in their patrol car. when we come back, an update in the mistaken why do protein drinks taste chalky? then get worse?
finally tonight, an update to an inspiring story we told you about last week. the grandmother who invited a 17-year-old stranger to thanksgiving after accidentally texting him her family's dinner plans. the story sparked a huge response from viewers, touched by their story of kindness. last night there was an extra setting at the table. kristin dalhgren has follow up. >> like grandmas across the country,
in the kitchen. >> golden brown. >> reporter: but her turkey dinner was one the entire country was waiting for. >> i never in a million years would think this would happen. i am so happy. >> reporter: right up front, jamaal. >> her guest of honor, a young man she didn't know two weeks ago. jamaal hinton is the teen grandma wanda accidentally texted about thanksgiving dinner. pictures proved he wasn't her grandson. but when he jokingly asked for a plate anyway, wanda responded, sure, that's what their text went viral. responses poured in from around the country. >> this is an e-mail. >> reporter: including this one from wanda's coworker. >> what we all need to do, we just love, spread kindness and break bread together. you remind me of my mother. she was a beautiful soul. >> reporter: in a year many americans worried about political tension at the table, wanda and jamaal struck a nerve. >> you're a celebrity. >> i guess so. >> reporter: on thanksgiving the two finally broke bread.
risky though. >> to go to a stranger's house, yes. i'm thinking the same thing. i'm thinking the same exact thing. >> reporter: but for jamaal and wanda, what started as a mistake quickly seemed meant to be. >> i just like clicked when i met him, when i first talked to him. i was just, oh, my gosh, i want to get to know this guy. >> you have to send me these pictures. >> i will, of course. >> reporter: they say their friendship will continue long after the cameras leave. they're just as inspired by their 15 minutes of >> it gives me faith in humanity because so many people have been kind. >> reporter: it seems kindness can be viral. >> thank you for everything. >> you're very welcome, jamaal. >> reporter: even when it starts in the most unexpected way. >> jamaal, how you doing? >> reporter: kristin dahlgren, nbc news, mesa, arizona. >> isn't that great? that's going to do it for us on a friday night. i'm lester holt. for all of us at nbc news, thank you for watching and good night.
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your veggies, and you have your carb or your starch in the potato. >> and you didn't defrost the chicken. >> nothing. >> you didn't preheat an oven. >> from frozen. >> can i start? >> put the top on. >> okay. all right, now the big question. >> mm-hmm. >> how much time will it take? >> 13 minutes. >> i'm gonna touch and go. >> touch and go. >> one, three. 13 minutes is all it takes in the nuwave oven! >> that's right, and i'm grilling the chicken, i'm also broiling, and i'm roasting at the same time. >> no other oven can do that. >> that's it. now take a look at this. we set up our time-lapse camera to see how the nuwave cooks from frozen to fabulous in only 13 minutes. >> we are done. >> it's finished, okay. all right, i'm going to just put this on a plate right here. >> oh, that's beautiful. >> now watch the way this piece of chicken cuts right here. >> that is so gorgeous. >> look at that. here you go. i'm gonna let you taste that. perfect. amazing. amazing. 13 minutes. >> mmm. that's the bottom line. >> it is. >> it's delicious. >> because i have two jobs,
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