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good morning. all in the family. president-elect trump under fire for democrats for hiring as a senior white house advisor doesja it violate nepotism laws does it add to potential conflicts of interest within the trump administration? we'll ask kushner's attorney in a live interview. dangerous and desperate. manhunt epping up thew. for a gunman accused of killing an orlando police officer in cold blood. the reward being offered for ann information leading to his a capture. we'll have the latest. round three.three. a powerful new storm brewing in the west this morning. t already hard-hit california and nevaday bracing for more rain
their homes to escape flooding.e an instant classic.>> touchdown! >> clemson caps a stunning comeback in the final seconds to beat alabama during college football national championships. the gamel quickly being called p one of the greatest ever. today, tuesday janua, january 1. 2017. >> announcer: fromom nbc news ts is "today" with matt lawyer and savannah guthrie.nnah live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> good morning everyone. welcome to "today" on a tuesday morning. matttttues lauer alongside mere vieira. any time you have a national championship game, that's good. any time you have a rematch from last year that's better than good. >> theyity started the fourth t quarter down ten. >> yeah. they win a second r
gamere comingma up in a little , anyway we'll start on this >> tuesday morning with> politics. busy day. president-elect trump stirring up controversy with his newest hire son-in-law jared kushner as trump's first cabinet nominees face their first real tests on capitol hill today. our political team has it covered beginning with nbc national correspondent peter da. alexander. hi, peter. >> reporter: hey, jared kushner celebrating his 36th birthday. not a bad way to celebrate.jared named senior advisor to the ushr president. to give you context, the same role that karl rove served in for president george w. bush, e david axelrod for president obama. but already the appointment off ck obam donald trump's son-in-law is p's certain to raise questions ons, testing the limit of the federal anti-nepotism rules. like his business, donald
family affair. thetrump' latest hire ivanka tr husband, jared kushner as senior advisor to the president. the political newcomer is a broker. powerrsband. meeting with house speaker paul ryanan on monday to discuss tax reform. >> he's very good atscuss t pold >> reporter: as a son-in-law kushner is certain to carry a unique influence inside trump's white house. it's raising questions about nepotism and potential conflicts of interest.ns about to combat those concerns, kushner will step aside as ceo of his family's business, divest substantial assets, and recuse himself from direct conflicts of interest. as for the federal anti-nepotism law after jfk appointed his brother as attorney general, kushner's lawyer argues it doesn't apply to the white house. pointing to hillary clinton in the 'out. ivanka trump will be stepping back from the family business, bu
decided.orrts. while kushner won't receive a paycheck and won't need congressional approval, the senate begins a speed round of n confirmation hearings for the of president-elect top cabinet picks. >> i think they'll all pass. they're at the highest level. >> reporter: first up, the first senator to endorse trump, alabama's jeff sessions. t now in line for attorney general. expected to face tough questionp over accusations he made ccusat raciallyio insensitive marks y decades ago that blocked him from getting a federal judgeship in the '80s. and general john j kelley. lead three on wednesday including secretary of state nominee rex a tillerson, and three more on ee thursday. >> more several high important hearings will fall on the same day. depriving senators and the w american people a chance to properly participate. >> reporter: nbc news learned three cabinet picks failed to finish the required ethics
insists all forms have been t filed the nonpartisan ethics office calls the fast pace unprecedented. republicans dispute that. properly at.will be vetted as they have been in they past. >> reporter: the bottom line the line, confirmation hearings over the course of the next several weeks set up the first real show downn between the incoming trump administration and democrats onm capitolin hill. trump's team insists they're taking it very seriouslyy're tot the work they put into it including 70 hours of mock forc hearings for each nominee has ab beenee peppered with 120 questi per session. per matt and meredith. >> peter alexander.eter thank you very much. jamie is jared kushner's attorney. good morning. nice to see you. >> good morning. >>you. can jared kushner, a ver successful businessman in a wide range of businesses from real estate to publishing divest his
businesses in time for next friday? can he also separate himself from the appearance of links tol businesses? >> he's going to do three goi things, matt. he's going to step away from him businesses. he's going to extra candidate himse himself entirely. that's number one. number two, he'slf goingtirely.t of many, many of his assets. number three, assets that remair he'll follow the normal recusal procedures, and they'll move on by scores of people over decadee ofr experience. >> he's going to sell some of l his interest to his brother. he's going to sell other interests and pla it in a other trust controlled by his mother. a prominent attorney who used to work for senator rand paul. matthew sanderson said it sounds like a shell game. because you're taking an asset and moving it to a family member. why isn't it a shellme game? >> he's in a family business, and
the federal rules, one can sell. interest to another family l member. he's not going to be a beneficiary of the trust. he's not a contingent beneficiary with the trust. we discussed it with the officet of government b ethics.trust. i'm comfortable this arrangement is appropriate under the rules. i mean, the office of governmene ethics has given us advice and we followed it. >> there's a a question of nepotism. there are real you concerns. >> our view is twofold. one, the anti-nepotism statute . doesn't apply to the immediate office of thedo president. the so called white house office.office by his own terms. number two, after the anti-nepotism statute was passed in the late '60s, a decade later congress passed the law that says the president can have total discretion over his immediate staff without regard to any other law including the anti-nepotism law. and we have examples of
i mean, andnd i think as a, i mean, i'm a democrat. i think that a president should be able to thi getnk t advice f person he wants to get advice sg from. >> jamie, weice had andrew cartd the show not long ago.show, n he was chief of staff for georgr w. bush. when it comes to the staff closest to the president that be person should be able to speak truth to power, unvarnished opinions, and you should be able to fire that person. you doesn't it get complicated when that person is your son-in-law?r >> that's between donald trump s and jared kushner. i believe a president should bei able tode get advice from whomer he or she wants. she if hillary clinton had been illy elected and c wanted to have chelsea in her immediate staff giving her advice, i think that would have been right. this is theegi judgment that congress made in 1978.ht. it says that the white house 19 office is the per78 view of the president. he cant the wh decide.
>> all right. jamie, thank you very much. >> thank you very much. >> happy new year.th moving on let's talk about t today's confirmation hearing and the issues facing jeff sessions. hallie jackson is at trump od mo tower. >> reporter: good morning. you're seeing a gop blitz today. to boost support for jeff try sessions who is expected to face questions in particular about his civil rights record.t his sessions has been a backer of trump since nearly the beginning. the president-elect clearly trusting him to be the nation's top prosecutor. be t the question now, of course, qui whether he'll get the senate's e stamp of senat approval. after decades on capitol hill, jeff sessions will be squarely c in thead
not that the president-elect is about it. >> i think he's going to do great. a high quality men. man. reporr: sessions facing fire from gay rights advocates, worried about his record. and high-profile muslim-americans, like keyser kahn. >> i'm not a racist. it not insensitive to blacks. >> reporter: that's sessions in 1986, defending himself, in a bid to become a federal judge. a bid, derailed by accusations of racism. senator patrick leahy voted against sessions then. and is skeptical now. >> i think attorney general should represent everybody. >> the senator has a long record for fighting for voting rights, civil rights. and he'll be an attorney general for all americans. >> reporter: as attorney general, sessions' team said he would prioritize keeping crime rates low, fighting te
and focusing on building relationships with law enforcement. sessions, the first sitting senator to ens or the the president-elect, winning praise from trump's top confidants. >> he's been the leader of this populist revolt against the political elite. sessions' hearing is likely to stretch multiple days. he is getting support, now, from the only african-american republican. and former secondary of state condoleezza race. but cory booker plans to take the unprecedented step of testifying against a fellow citizening senator. also on the witness list, matt lewis. >> it's going to be a long week. thank you very much. a manhunt is for a suspect who shot and killed a police officer in orlando, florida. nbc's jacob rascon is there. good morning to you, jacob. >> reporter: matt, good morning. hundreds of law enforcement officers have been searching all day and all night for
person. a statewide alert has been activated. a state-wide alert has been sent out, looking for a fugitive for someone that is already on the run in connection with another murder. a massive manhunt through the night. but no sight of on the run after allegedly gunning down master sergeant deborah clayton. >> she wasn't just about the blue but the black, white, and blue. we lost a guardian angel. >> police say clayton, a 17-year veteran of the force approached lloyd. >> we he realized he wasn't able to get around the officer, he pulled a gun and started shooting. lloyd's criminal history faces a laundry list of convictions. he's been on the run for near lay month after police say he shot and
ex-girlfriend. last month on what appears to be lloyd's facebook page he apparently wrote "goals! to be on america's most wanted." >> we'll bring the dirt bag to justice. >> reporter: an orange county deputy searching for the fugitive was also killed when his motorcycle was hit in a traffic accident. deputy first class norman lewis was an 11-year veteran. >> just a loving, wonderful human being. >> reporter: as sergeant clayton's casket was escorted from the hospital, fellow officers fought back tears. remembering her as a wife, mother, and dedicated community servant. she volunteered in programs to help young people like brandon cunningham. >> she made me a better person. she was so much more. >> reporter: officer marlon mcclain worked alongside sergeant clayton. >> dreb bra is one of those people that touched your heart. >> reporter: officials are
they believe people could be hiding him. officials are offering a $60,000 reward and say it doesn't matter where he is, we'll track him down to the end of the earth. matt and meredith. >> jacob, a difficult day for law enforcement down in orlando. in the meantime, another major storm is taking aim at the west where days of rain and snow have swarmed parts of california and nevada. there are new fears of even more flooding and mudslides. nbc national correspondent miguel almaguer has the latest. good morning. >> reporter: meredith, good morning. we're in the middle of another band of steady rain, as you can see here, the damage has been done. rivers are still rising and there's more rain in the forecast. overnight more misery for water-logged california. state crippled by drought now being punished with a deluge. a deadly, steady
away roads. bringing down trees across the west. and coating a region in ice with the brutal deep freeze. the roads turned dangerous quickly. too many spin outs to count. in washington, one family, including this 4-year-old girl, rescued by firefighters. with dozens of rivers swollen above flood stage, hundreds of evacuations were ordered in reno, nevada. homeowners in gurnville, california are losing ground. it's not just the rivers rising. mountains are crumbling. mudslides leaving many homeowners on shaky ground, and nerves on edge. >> a mud slide a couple hundreds yards up the hill. >> reporter: this storm system could dump as much as 10 inches
already in lake tahoe, 33.6 billion gallons of fresh water is poured into the lake. even more is heading downstream. >> reporter: though california has suffered through five years of crippling drought, this is simply too much water too quickly. we need the snow pack. but some of this rain simply rushes into rivers and right into the ocean causing millions of damage in the process. matt and meredith, back to you. >> miguel, thank you. back from california is mr. roker. >> yeah. they're going to be getting more, unfortunately, today. and the areas have been inundating not getting the same moisture level that they had, anything they get is going to be tough. it's on top of already saturated ground. as you can see, we're seeing heavy showers and thunderstorms pushing in today. in is the next round of rain and snow. flood threat, potential landslides, and mudslides continuing into wednesday afternoon. rainfall amounts some areas could see upwards
inches of rain. flash flood watches for 13 million people. snowfall amounts, well, we're talking some areas 5 to 6 feet on top of what they already got. blizzard warnings for the sierra nevada. if there's any silver lining to this, the reservoirs, as you might imagine, are overtopping right now. these are major reservoirs. we're going to get to your local forecast coming up in the next 30 seconds.
good morning. we're watching a small area of snow mostly west of loudoun and falk care counties. could be falling in the higher elevations. we'll watch that closely throughout the morning hours. temperatures mid to low 20s. many areas in the upper teens current lip. today, though, high temperature around 38 degrees. mostly cloudy. as we go through the rest of the week, we're going to be warming up with 60s in the forecast by thursday. and meredith here this just in. oh, satan called. it's frozen over. >> you know what, i knew it was the -- >> wow. >> okay. >> let me back to the game we talked about. >> sure. let's do that. >> anybody see it? it was a good one. college football's national championship. we want to say congratulations to clemson tigers. they win the game. it was thrilling right down to the last second over
the game a rematch of last year's title game. let's go ahead to the fourth quarter. clemson up by four. a little over 2:00 to go. alabama regains the lead on a 30-yard touchdown run by quarterback jalen hurts. but tigers get the ball back with 2:00 to go. they march all the way down the field. and with 6 seconds to go, here is what happened. >> watch this. touchdown! deshaun watson finds the end zone. the game-winning score. tigers win 35-31. that snaps alabama's 26-game winning streak. clemson's first national championship in football since 1981. >> good for them. >> but you never shook the game off when you assume it's over. never over until it's over. >> w.
>> and only time will tell. that's another one of mine. [ laughter ] coming up ceo marissa meyer set to resign from ya ya he's board. what is next for the highest paid woman in the tech world. and new proofed that armed targeting of kim kardashian was an inside job. only time will tell. but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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southbound wisconsin avenue have a car fire there and northbound 28 in fairfax county at compton road. the lanes are open but you can see the delays after the fatal crash. we have school delays this morning page county and fredericksburg are on a two-hour delay. saint mary's is opening two hours late, as well. check on your forecast is next. stay with us. this. is. everything.
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♪ back now 7:30 on a tuesday morning. 10th day of january, 2017. chilly folks on the plaza. we'll say hi to them in a little while. lots of smiling facing out there. a nice smiling face inside. we're happy to have meredith back. it's good to have you. savannah continues on ma tender any leave. now is a look at the headlines. parts of california and nevada are bracing for yet another powerful storm after heavy rain flooded the region over the weekend. winter storm warning is also in effect for the sierra nevada mountains with whiteout conditions expected. president obama heading to chicago where later tonight he'll deliver his farewell address to the nation. he's expected to reflect
eight years in office. what he sees for the challenges for the country moving forward. you can see that speech 9:00 p.m. eastern, 6:00 pacific here on nbc. and jury deliberations are beginning today at the penalty face of dylann roof's trial. the south carolina man convicted of killing nine people at a historic church in charleston. he'll either be sentenced to death or life in prison. let us begin this half hour with major news from the tech world. yahoo! ceo marissa mayer's sudden decision to step down from her company's board of directors. nbc's jo ling kent is here with more. >> good morning. you know, that silicon valley fairy tale didn't happen after all. marissa mayer planning to leave the company after taking over as one of the youngest, most celebrated ceos ever. the end is near for marissa mayer and yahoo!. the em
from yahoo!'s board of directors. this was not part of the original plan. last summer after verizon announced it would buy yahoo! marissa wrote "for me personally, i'm planning to stay." the resignation would come after she rocketed to the top of silicon valley early on as the first female engineer at google. then taking over as the glamorous chief of yahoo!. at 37 years old, she was the youngest fortune 500 ceo. handed the herk lay began task of turning around an ageing internet pioneer. >> she did come in as a rock star with big dreams of turning yahoo! around. >> marissa banned her employees from working at home. after giving birth to her first child, she returned to work just two weeks later. building a nursery next to her office. >> was that hard to
retrospect and juggle all those things. most people don't have to run a company at the same time. >> i've been ceo for seven months and a mom for 4 1/2 months. i wouldn't have missed a minute of either experience. >> reporter: she threw elaborate parties drawing criticism from investors. she shelled out billions to acquire start ups like katie couric. but yahoo! floundered. last year verizon offered to buy the core business for $4.8 billion. >> you don't look at it as a failure? >> i don't. not at all. >> she finally ended what had been a years long struggle to try to make yahoo! a top company again, and ultimately realized that was probably going to be an impossible task. >> reporter: a mission incomplete for silicon valley's rising star. >> yahoo! said mayer's
disagreement with the company. she's expected to receive a $55 million golden parachute for leaving. the verizon deal is not done yet. since the deal is struck, yahoo! revealed two massive hacks into your user data giving verizon grounds to terminate the agreement or change the terms of the agreement. >> a lot up in the air. also, this morning we're learning more about last year's armed robbery of kim kardashian west in a paris hotel room. after a slew of new arrests in the case. nbc keir simmons has the story. good morning. >> reporter: hey, meredith. good morning. when kim kardashian was robbed at gunpoint, people point talked to her social media accounts where she put hearse jewelry on display. nbc news confirmed police are investigating whether the french entourage was involved. >> reporter: kim
describing the intense fears she felt during the robbery. now the multidollar heist may have been an inside job. 17 arrested this week including her french chauffeur, according to law enforcement sources. most of the suspects in their 50s. one in his 70s. and three women. the prosecution spokesman tells nbc news. detectives busting into a paris apartment and raiding a french country house. tracing the suspects through dna and official source. kardashian is thrilled by the developments in the investigation. her french lawyer says. [ speaking in a foreign language ] >> reporter: kardashian in paris last october the fashion week with her sisters had $10 million in jewelry stolen. including her $4 million engagement ring through husband kanye west. according to paris officials, five armed robbers dressed as police hit her hotel.
masked men bound and gagged kardashian. pointing a gun at her head and tieing her up in the bathroom. kanye cutting short a performance in new york. >> i'm sorry, family emergency. i have to stop the show. >> reporter: last week kardashian posted a video of her family together. french police apparently closed in on her alleged attackers. and the french prosecutor tells us that the french judge there has until friday to charge or release those summits. guys, it's not clear whether kim kardashian herself will have to return to france to testify. >> thank you very much. mr. roker is back. you're using the "b" word. >> that's right. blizzard. we have blizzard warnings that have gone up out west. and it's kind of interesting to see what happens with this. we are watching blizzard warnings that include lake tahoe on into parts of reno, nevada. we're talking blizzard warnings until thursday. so that's how much snow
expecting. we move to the east. we have a quick series of clippers coming across the great lakes from buffalo to minneapolis on into the dakotas. it will be a fairly quick moving series of storms. first round light snow around the great lakes and rain and ice moving into the northeast tonight into tomorrow. wednesday another one comes in. and it makes the way into the upper midwest bringing more snow but also snow melt and rain and warmer conditions. so that snow is not going to last that long. through thursday central new york upwards of 8 inches and heavier snow in the up of michigan, wisconsin, and northern michigan, as well. good morning. temperatures are cold outside. mostly mid to low 20s. this in the district. lees burg at 21 degrees. frederick 19. we're watching snow to the west of there. mostly near the shenandoah valley. some could enter parts of loudoun and falkner counties. we'll be watching it closely. the radar showing it
approaching fredericksburg but it could be moving in over the next couple of hours here. temperatures quickly warming. thursday into the mid 60s after a cold start to the week. otherwise cooler for the weekend. >> get that weather whenever you need it. check out our pals at the weather channel. >> thank you very much. are you shallow? a whiner? your most annoying traits revealed about your zodiac sign. >> the best part? we have the same birthday. you can't give me grief. we're live at the detroit auto show where this year is not all about the cars. we'll explain that right after this. ♪ you got your mom side. ♪ a just be calm side. ♪ you got a, "i never thought i'd get married at 65" side. ♪ ♪ "hey i'm just looking" side. ♪ man, you better buy that ride, whooo! ♪ ♪ that's why there's nationwide. ♪ ♪ they help to know, protect and grow your many sides. ♪
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i love the auto show. this year the talk isn't as much about engines and sleek lines. it's about politics. >> reporter: it is. good morning matt and meredith. i don't want to say i didn't draw the short straw being at the auto show but i get a bit of an eye roll when i talk to the executives. i want to talk about donald trump and the pressure he's putting on them to keep manufacturing in the united states. what i'm finding is virtually no one wants to get into a fight with the president-elect. so ford, after making announcements last week about investing money in michigan announced it's bringing back the ford ranger the mid sized truck. it's bringing back the bronco. it hasn't made that since 1996. chrysler bringing back the jeep grand wagoner. it had beautiful wood panelling along the sides. everybody said they made the decisions without donald trump. before donald trump. i spoke to the michigan
stabenow said these are long leads. >> i'm talking about the big self-driving cars. they're on display. when will they be on the road? >> reporter: yeah. probably we'll see them on this floor by 2019 or 2020. in the car dealerships by 2020 or 2021. we're in the first stage of autonomy. cars can park themselves. they can avoid collisions and leaving the lane. a stage four autonomous car can drive in a busy congested city and without a steering wheel and without brakes. there could be a driver in it but they don't have to do anything. everybody is talking about this. that seems to be a reality that'll be upon us within three to four years. the issue is regulation and how much insurance it'll cost to have one. the car manufacturers say one thing, meredith. they say cars driven by computers will have fewer accidents than cars driven
time. >> what is the cost going to be? >> well, that's they're not there yet. they haven't figured it out. in other words, now be when you buy a car that has automatic features that park itself or stay in the lane, you definitely pay up for that. if you went on that trajectory, they're not going to be entry-level cars. eventually the point is to make fantastic things available for the masses. >> meredith wants know if it's worth it to trade in her yugo. what is the car of the year? >> reporter: a bit of a surprise, actually. the car of the year is the chevy bolt with a "b." it's a small car. it's not sexy or throaty or give you the things you think about in the car of the year. it has a range of 238 miles per hour and it's electric. you're seeing a lot of electric cars. they want to main stream them. if yogefecdi when you buy a chevy bolt it costs you about $30,
and more main stream. the chevy bolt is the car of the year in north america. >> let me -- a quick correction i know you'll wish it has a range of 238 miles not miles an hour. that would make it a different kind of car. >> thank you for that correction. >> 238 miles you can drive it. you can't get it 230 miles per hour. >> all right. [ laughter ] great seeing you. >> you too, thank you. coming up ellen back to her pranking ways. what she tried to pull on justin timberlake with a little help from his wife, jessica biel. and carson shows a moment that revolutionizes the world. first, these messages.
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all right. 7:50. carson is in the orange room. all is right with the world. we're talking gadgets. >> talking gadgets. monday marked 10 years since the first iphone was announced. it's hard to imagine something we're familiar with is was an unknown show entity. we went into the "today" show vault when we discuss the the first iphone on the show. take a look. >> we've been d
we'll get the new iphone when it comes out in june. the latest creation of appele. >> we're debating whether you're going to be the only one that doesn't get one. >> i'm already on the blackberry 24-hours a day. >> sign us up. >> i'll be there. >> we'll by you one. so we shared it on twitter and viewers want to know, meredith, how long did it take you to get an iphone? >> i was forced to get one for work. i would not have gotten one. i resent them. they're smarter than you. they dreet me like dirt. i don't like them. >> siri encourages that. >> she's awful. >> tell me about it. >> oh! >> i married a human being named siri. maybe for the tenth anniversary phone they'll swap that out. >> you may not make it. ten years ago this came in had and 8
there was no front camera. the self-ys were harder to come by. apple puts this out. these are the iphones. looks like matt's desk drawer, probably. what to expect the tenth anniversary iphone coming out. maybe color options and maybe wireless charging. enjoy the couch, carson. >> back after this. your insurance company won't replace the full value of your totaled new car.
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7:56 is your time now on this tuesday, january 10th, 2017. good morning to you. we want to get to melissa with some breaking news in your first 4 traffic. >> hi. so 15, again, south of point of rock bridge. we have all lanes blocked both directions because of the tractor trailer crash involving several vehicles, as well. involving six people. some had to be treated at the scene. some taken to the hospital. eastbound 66 after nuttily crash in the left lane before 370 southbound crash in the left lane. beltway not terrible. inbound 395 especially slow. >> thank you. we'll take a quick break now and check your forecast next. stay with us.
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good morning. a cold start to the day. temperatures in the low 20s. but by lunchtime near 30 degrees. an average above freezing. locally we have some snow approaching parts of falkner and loudoun counties. to the west we have snow falling there, too. we'll be watching it through the morning. it's moving into part of the area over the next hour or so. warm up in the forecast. we'll talk about that coming up. >> thank you. another local news update for you.
♪ it's 8:00 on today. coming up the front lines of history. >> the nation and the world today mourn the 46-year-old chief executive. huge, bright ball of fire. >> the operation is being called enduring freedom. as we mark 65 years of "today," we look back at the news events that shaped our world and our lives. >> one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. >> it's impossible to have a dry eye. >> reporter: as the moments unfolded right here on "today." ♪ plus, flying cars? why we may beon
hopping on board. and pregnancy prank. ellen degeneres and jessica biel try to pull one over on justin timberlake. >> gets what, not only is there going to be a king of the house. there's going to be a queen of the house! we're here to tell you. >> surprise! >> surprise! >> and her name is going to be ellen. >> so did he buy it? "today," tuesday, january 10th, 2017. ♪ >> hi to our families in tulsa, oklahoma! >> we're finally at the "today" show! [ cheers and applause ] >> we're back now it's 8:00 on th
it's the 10th of january, 2017. kind of a raw day. >> better than yesterday. >> coming up, by the way, in just a couple of minutes, if you are a leo, a cancer, or a cap corn, you want to get closer to the television. we're going to show you some awful things about yourself. >> can i thank the people that come out every day for the show? i miss that. it's cold! a lot to get to in this half hour. let's start with a check of the headlines. it's your news at 8:00. i'm peter alexander here on capitol hill where trump's cabinet picks will begin their nomination process. it'll happen with confirmation hearings happening a short time from now. already this morning the first man up is alabama senator jeff sessions up for attorney general post arriving at the senate a short time ago. also, this morning receiving new scrutiny
jared kushner, trump's son-in-law. it'll have unique influence inside his father-in-law's white house. just hours after his role became official, donald trump's newestednewest advisor arrived on capitol hill meeting with paul ryan to discuss tax reform. kushner, trump aids said, will play broad role in the white house, will step aside as ceo of his family real estate company, divest substantial assets, and recuse himself from direct conflicts of interest. kushner's appointment is likely to test the limits of the federal anti-nepotism law created after jfk apointed his brother adds attorney general. earlier on "today" kushner's lawyer suggesting the law doesn't apply to the white house. >> congress passed the law saying the president can have total discretion over his immediate staff. without regard to anyth
>> reporter: kicking off the morning confirmation hearings for a parade of cabinet nominees with the president-elect projecting confidence. >> i think they'll all pass. >> reporter: first up, attorney general nominee jeff sessions expected to face tough questions over accusations he made racially insensitive remarks decades ago. remarks that prevented him from getting a federal judgeship in the '80s. a senate aid tells nbc news that three of trump's picks have failed to finish ethics complaints. all forms have been filed, trump said. they call the fast pace unprecedented. >> there's a certain sort of casualness. a sort of weakened play by different rules than anybody else that seems to have enveloped the administration. >> everybody will be properly vetted, as they have been in the past. >> reporter: so these confirmatihe
the incoming trump administration and democrats here today. as for that controversy surrounding senator jeff sessions and race, he'll specifically speak about it in his prepared remarks just provided to nbc news saying in part, he, quote "understands the hornd use impact and relentless and systemic discrimination and the denial of voting rights had on our african-american brothers and sisters." he'll face tough criticism today. among those expected to testify against him the civil rights icon john lewis. >> thank you very much. now to a manhunt underway in florida for a man suspected of killing an orlando police officer on monday. master sergeant debra clayton was shot and killed as she approached 41-year-old mar keith lyon outside a walmart store. he wanted for the shooting death of his pregnant ex-girlfriend.
searching for that suspect was also killed when his motorcycle was hit in a traffic accident. to the worsening weather threat facing millions of people out west. as much as 8 inches of additional rain could add misery in northern and central california. rivers in the area at levels not seen in years. some roads totally washed out. in reno, nevada hundreds have been evacuated. an estimated 13 million people are under flash flood watches. elsewhere in the west, snow is causing big problems in the sierra with more on the way and high winds are whipping through parts of colorado. we'll have al's forecast coming up. coming up, also, on trending. here before you know it. how soon could we be climbing into flying cars? and on pop start, why you u 2's plan for the new tour has them excited this morning. history in the making as we count down to the show ice big birthday. we'll look back at 65 years of breaking news as we covered it
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>> listen. ♪ >> one of the great cartoons of all time. competition was -- >> cosmo -- what was the astro's original name? >> it's getting weird. all right. there is a reason we're playing the song. okay. remember how they used to get around? a flying car. yeah. now a tech company in israel says it will soon turn cartoon fantasies into your realities. it plans on bringing a real flying car to the market by 2020. it goes 115 miles an hour. there are still kinks to be worked out. when you're talking about a flying car, you don't want to hear that. they say it's safer than a helicopter because it can fly in between buildings and below power lines. who would get in t
>> it's like a very powerful drone. >> yeah. >> those never crash. [ laughter ] >> i'm in the flinstone's car. it's cold out, right. what do you do in the morning? well, they run outside and they turn the heat to warm it up, right. one guy in michigan said doing it got him in a little bit of trouble. he got left a ticket for $128. an officer fined him for leaving his keys in the ignition, the motor running, and no one around. there were no state laws banning the practice but some towns have ordinances against it. come on. >> why do they have to charge him? >> just shut it off. >> i had my
island warming it up for 20 minutes. >> what is your address? >> that's flying car you saw. i don't know if you want it. >> i used to work for the zoo director and the gift he gave us was a key warmer. you could get your key into the key hole to turn it. >> does it work? >> yeah. it worked. >> who pays a lot of attention to their zodiac? >> i do. >> really? >> i read it every day. >> how much do you think it fits your personality? there is an interesting take. it looked at the most annoying thing about you according to your zodiac sign. we looked up all of ours to see. right off the bat i'll say we were born on the same day. december 30th. we're both capricorns.
capricorns, apparently, that we're boring -- >> yes. >> unfeeling, uncaring, back stabbing social climbers. >> what? >> that's not even your most annoying qualities. [ laughter ] fascinating. >> notice i'm keeping quiet? al and hoda are both leos. >> careful. >> pompous, boss si, self-centered, needy, and insecure. >> i'm not boss si. [ laughter ] >> carson, you're a cancer. >> carson is a cancer. the most annoying thing about carson is he's a nice guy. >> awe! >> he's got nothing annoying about him. >> cry baby. >>well, you are. overly emotional. overly sensitive. >> if it the trending goes on longer i'll start crying. >> a little bit of a
probably. >> all right. it hurts my feelings. >> i know. >> we start with u 2 celebrating the 30th anniversary of the album that put them on the map. it gave us hits like "i haven't found what i'm looking for." one of the best selling albums in the world. now to celebrate, that milestone u2 is launching a huge tour in europe and north america. those are 25 states in all. making stops in l.a., seattle, los angeles, east rutherford, new jersey. the tickets go on sale next week. >> all right. >> emma watson showing off her vocal in the new trailer for the live action "beauty and the beast" movie. have a
♪ >> sounded great. beautiful voice. emma shared that video herself on her facebook page. it was seen more than 2 million times in the first two hours. the movie opens march 17th. >> i cannot wait. finally, justin timberlake had his wife jessica biel teaming up with ellen for a prank on monday. trying to convince justin that jessica had a big surprise for him that she was pregnant. ellen called justin and that's when ellen broke the news. [ cheers and applause ] >> what are you doing now? >> ah, we are currently making sweet potato fries for the king of the house. >> oh! that's lovely. guess what. not only is there going to be a king of the house, there's going to be a queen of the house! we're here to tell you. >> surprise! >> surprise!
>> oh. [ laughter ] >> why aren't you excited? >> he's enthused. >> i can't wait to find out whose it is. [ laughter ] >> well played. justin too smart to fall for that. that's your pop start today, guys. >> i wonder if ellen was the tipoff. >> ellen needs to be stopped. [ laughter ] mr. roker. >> that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. we have some rain moving into part of the area right now. or snow i should say. temperatures are too cold for rain across part of the area. so we're going to watch this area of snow as it continues to approach. mostly parts of loudoun and falkner counties. some could be falling over the next 30 minutes to an hour. it would be sticking pretty quickly. otherwise temperatures this afternoon closer to about the upper 30s to around 40. >> that's your
>> al, thank you very much. to our week long celebration to mark the 65th anniversary of the "today" show. >> on monday we looked -- i'm sorry. on monday we looked back at the big stars we covered through the years. this morning the breaking news that has unfolded on our watch. >> we're following that breaking news. >> bring you up to date on other news. continuing to track developments. >> let's give you the largest. >> let's get started with the latest. breaking news is the backbone of the show. we are a news program. >> cuba tonight is an island in revolt. >> the nation mourns the 46th-year-old executive. >> we, as a keeper, will get to the promise land. >> dr. martin luther king died violently last night in memphis, tennessee. >> the biggest white house scandal in a century. >> i'm not a crook. >> in iran this morning -- >> when the american hostages were taken in iran, that became a
>> the beginning of an unraveling in america. people no longer felt secure, in some way. [ gunshots ] >> we continue nbc news coverage of the attempted assassination of president reagan. pope john paul ii was the target of an assassination attempt. violence erupted after the acquittal of the white police officers rodney king. >> it's as close as i came to crying on television. it was so clear that serious divides existed and there was nothing i was going to be able to say to bridge those divides. >> the huge, bright ball of fire. >> it's almost a new meaning for the word tragedy. >> more reports of possible legal action against o.j. simpson. >> when there's a big event in the world or the united states, people do turn to the "today" show to try to understand it. to make sense of it. [ sirens ] >> thre
>> this is one of the criticals. >> in oklahoma city, oklahoma. >> at columbine high school. >> it's an active crime scene. the bodies of the dead are still here behind the yellow tape. >> at war with iraq. >> a warning here in the northeast. >> a perfect, crisp autumn day. >> we go live now and show you a picture of the world trade center. >> and all hell broke loose. a plane has just crashed into the world trade center. >> it's the most serious attack on the united states since pearl harbor. >> coming down on me. >> never felt my job was more important than i did that day. >> the operation is being called enduring freedom. we want to show you some live pictures of afghanistan. >> the mission in part a pay back for september 11th. >> for now u.s. army's 30th infantry division. >> executes saddam hussein. >> virginia tech. > p
the gunman. >> the mom in me wanted to break down. i had to pull the journalist up. to be able to tell our audience what was going on without losing it. >> the biggest shake up in financial markets since the great depression. >> bin laden is dead killed by u.s. official forces in pakistan. >> something just blew up. >> the dual explosions that rocked the boston marathon. it was so unthinkable and so heartbreaking. new violence raging in iraq. >> military officials are acutely focussed on this movement, which is called isis, the islamic state in iraq and syria. breaking weather events set us apart on the "today" show. any time anything major happened, the "today" show was always there. >> they fled their homes. >> property damage was estimated as more than $100 million.
through the big thompson canyon. >> the top of the mountain simply blew away. >> oakland, california is ablaze this morning. >> a killer quake that has up ended their lives. >> this is one big one. we have still have more snow coming. >> the tsunami was spawned by magnitude 9 quake off the coast of indonesia. >> sheer in sri lanka nearly 30,000 people. >> the eye of hurricane katrina came ashore after 4:00 a.m. >> flood waters that dead mated so many homes continued to rise. >> a lot of people couldn't imagine something this powerful and destructive. >> on a balcony roof now. >> hurricane sandy strengthened over the night. >> this is a massive storm. it is just going to get more intense. >> now covered by sand and fires. >> i was standing in the middle of a swimming pool. it's now a giant sand box. >> the town of moore, oklahoma. the death toll stands at 51. >> walking here a couple of minutes ago, we saw something that kind of stopped both of us in our tracks. the
who had served in the military. >> everything is gone. the important thing is we're alive. >> covering breaking news is the thing that the "today" show does the best. ♪ >> began to assemble here by the hundreds then by the thousands. >> arriving in new york today. >> one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. >> they're able to create life, in effect, in a test tube. >> with the game-winning goal against the russians. [ chanting "usa" ] >> the flight of the space shuttle. >> sally ride, the first american woman astronaut to fly in space. >> the frantic rescue earths to save the 18-month-old. >> through the cold war ended with a bang but with a street party. >>
freed. proving you go home again. it is something you have burned in your memory. >> u.s. airways plane makes an emergency landing in the u.s. river hudson river. >> it's impossible to have a dry eye. >> we have breaking news coming from the u.s. supreme court. total victory for same-sex marriage >> let's have the crowning achievement. >> one of the great moments for me was getting to go back to the top of one world trade center. >> and this building soars to a height of 1776 feet. >> i was there broadcasting when the buildings came down and i was honored to be there when that building rose again. >> savannah and natalie, what a great morning. ♪ >> so much of that is gut wrenching and so much is inspiring. >> you said it all. it's the worst and the best. >> we get to see the best of the human s
you feel great. >> and the american flag. >> right. >> the light in the rubble which is representative of what we've done for 58 years. >> -- 65 years. >> so many of our crews risk their lives to bring us those stories. >> especially those weather stories. coming up tomorrow we'll take look at 65 years of politics as we covered it on the show. and just ahead, things are about to get wild in studio 1a. we have martha stewart here, but that's not the reason. first, your local news. first, your local news. watch out for martha. there she is. al
>> good morning. 8:26 now on this tuesday, january 10th. right now following breaking news on the roads. let's get to melissa. >> hi, aaron. we still have the problem there in loudoun county. 15 south at the point of rock bridge. all lanes shut down northbound and southbound. a tractor trailer crash. we have massive back ups. there's no really good way around that one. inner loop to southbound connecticut avenue right side is blocked there and southbound connecticut after the beltway. disabled vehicle blocking a lane. problem on 66 inbound. >> thank you. we'll get a check on the forecast right after this.
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♪ we're back now 8:30 on a tuesday morning. the 10th day of january, 2017. another chilly one here in the northeast. all though it's supposed to warm up over the next couple of days. but you know what? if martha stewart can brave it. there she is. >> she's going to cook up dessert recipes. >> on monday we unveiled the new "today" show app that we're excited about. we debuted the fresh and modern look. it's got lots of new features. martha has been checking in with the plaza fans. martha wants to make sure everybody has the new app. she is offering a special bonus recipe for our app users. >> what is the special tasty treat?
guys? go to your app and get a special bonus today. a brownie sundae ice cream cake. you like that? >> your birthday was yesterday? you get a piece. you're going get a piece. it's good. it's layers of brownie and ice cream, strawberry and vanilla and peanut butter and whipped cream and cherries. okay. use the app the "today" show app. right there. >> all right. >> we'll have a whole segment with do you in a little while. >> you can unlock "today's" recipe in the app store. we take care of something here, i don't want to call it business. it's pure pleasure. >> yeah. >> one of our senior producers on the show, debbie -- >> come here, debbie! come on! it's her birthday today. >> oh! she's one of our
never hit the ground. five second rule. [ laughter ] and just maybe one of the dearest friends i've ever. i want to wish you a happy birthday. >> happy birthday. >> happy birthday. >> thank you. >> nowhere i'd rather be. >> really? >> thank you. coming up ahead. investing your future. jean chat sky will walk you through the best ways to pay for your medical experiences a later in the life. life. and he's known as the hot vet. evan andrews -- >> no other way, huh? >> exotic animals, other than himself. >> debbie, have you smelled that cake? it's fantastic. >> don't fall for that. >> i've been here long enough. >> these guys, you want to try >> you want to try martha's cake. happy birthday. >> in the meantime, while he's trying the cake. let's see what is happening today. heavy rain moving into northern and central california gusty winds in the upper midwest. warming up through the gulf wi
northwest. and for tomorrow we've got unseasonably mild weather through the gulf coast and the mid atlantic states. we're looking at heavy mountain snows through the rockies, the cascades, and sierra. look for wet weather in northern new england. beautiful down through the florida peninsula. that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods >>well, there's a cold start this morning. we're looking at conditions with some snowfall starting to move into part of the area. so some of the snow moving into parts of falkner county, loudoun county, as well. we'll be watching it the next couple of hours. temperatures nearing about 40 degrees this afternoon. this snow, though, is sticking to roadways. we have a warm up, though, later into the week. temperatures in the 60s. we'll take a look at that with your five-day forecast coming up in a bit. that's your latest weather. don't forget get the weather any time from our friends at the weather channel. >> thank you.
"today" live to 100 series. a big wild card in the equation health care expenses. according to fie telldell -- fidelity. it doesn't include long-term care. something 7 in 10 people are likely to need in their lifetime. so how do you plan and pay for it? ge lifetime. how do you plan and pay for it? jean chatzky, good morning. >> good morning. >> last week, we did a segment on retirement. the last tip you had was stay healthy. now we know why. >> that's right. long-term care can cost you anywhere from about $44,000 to $96,000 a year, depending on what kind of care you need. you need a plan to pay for that. >> let's talk about the plans. there's traditional, long-term care, insurance. who is this good for? >> this is good for people who have more than $500,000 in
in assets. >> that's a lot. >> and that's not including your house, by the way. and the reason for this, and it's true of all long-term care policies we're going to talk about today, if you have less than $500,000 in assets, you're going to spend down. and you're going to, at least the way things stand right now, qualify for medicaid, which will step in and help pick up the slack. if you don't spend down your assets, you need to cover it yourself. traditional long-term care insurance, covers care when you need it. >> but -- >> not cheap. >> a policy for a 60-year-old couple, looks like it's going to cost about $2,000 a year. and it's limited. it's not going to pay for every single year you need care. it will cap out about three. >> that's one option. there's something else a hybrid plan. who is this good for? >> the same people, over $500,000 in assets, but you pay for it in a different way because it leaves something to your
the things that people don't like about long-term care is you pay thousands of dollars a year, if you don't use it, the money is sunk. it's like traditional insurance. you can use the benefit to pay for your care. you dip into the death benefit. if you don't use it, it's there for your heirs. but it's a more heavy up front cost. >> i can see people trying to remember what you said about long-term care. put them side-by-side and see how they stack up. >> right. with the traditional policy, like i said, you have a premium a couple thousand dollar a year, to start. with the hybrids, we're looking at $10,000. but you'll only pay the premiums over ten years. or you can pay it at once. the use it or lose it is the downside of the traditional policy. here, if you have unused money, it can go to your heirs. and there's a death benefit with the hybrid policy as long as you don't eat it up.
retirement years. when do you start shopping for this? >> you want to start about age 50. and ramp up your shopping quickly. by age 60, chronic conditions start to set in. and that's when the insurance either say, it's going to cost you more money or we're not going to cover you at all. you want an a-rated insurance. you want to shop around. >> you mentioned earlier, some of the options were for people with $500,000 in options and above. a lot of people haven't been that fortunate. haven't been able to save that kind of money. what do you say for them? >> first of all, you got to look at medicaid and what you do to qualify for that. longevity insurance. you put money away to buy yourself a paycheck at age 65. if you have a paid off mortgage, you can look at a reverse mortgage. complicated. we should do a segment on them. it's an option. you can pay for care yourself. or what most people do is rely on friends and familybe
friends and family members before you need the care. >> at least you have the information. we're going to put it up on our website at today.com/starttoday. tomorrow how to eliminate the meat from your favorite dishes without missing it. up next getting up close with some animals. one of the hottest veterinarians in the world, they tell me. meredith, you agree? >> uh. yes. he's an animal. [ laughter ]
all right. we're back at 8:40. we're answering the call of the wild. >> talk to evan anderson from the valley veterinarian hospital in thousand oak, california. he's traveled six continents volunteering to help exotic animals. and he was recently named people magazine's sexiest veterinarian. good morning. you have the animals. i'm going to pet you.
>> yeah. he has a nice pungent odor to him. his name is -- this -- this is a lesser ant eater. they are native to central and south america. and they're really, really busy guys. he's got the tail. it means he can use it as almost hanging from the trees. >> he's got some serious claws. >> serious claws. it's their only, main defense. they don't have much of a bite. they don't have much else to work with. >> doesn't he -- he eats a lot of ants. very long tongue. >> almost a foot and a half. they can eat like 10,000 ants a day. pretty nutty. >> by the way, that smell? that's got enough defense there. that thing reeks. >> you talking about me? >> the ant eater. >> ah! >> i don't know if you can see the tongue. >> oh, yeah. in and out and in and out fast. a skinny rope
smaller version? >> there's ant eaters in south america that are bigger and longer fair. >> can i pet him? >> yeah. he is pretty mellow. [ yelling ] >> why would i think it got all the way over to matt. >> the tongue is that long. >> all right. what is next? >> by the way, the smell of the orange does help to overpower the smell of the ant eater. >> yeah. >> you don't like birds? >> they scare me a little bit birds. >> this is a cue can burr. >> yeah. king fisher. these guys are australian. >> and this bird makes the sound that is kind of typical in jungle movies. >> exactly. exactly. want to get her going? >> can you roll your r's. >> i can't. >> what do you say sweetie. [ rolling r's
please! she might not be having it. [ rolling r's ] >> it could be she's got her eye on an alligator. that guy. >> she's not -- you talk about "jungle book." she's not a jungle bird. >> they're in the tropical but they're in australia and northern australia. >> all right. >> before this guy has to hold this alligator -- get this off the table. >> why? >> all right. these are the die saunosaurs of modern day. >> that's what i say, too. they have remained unchanged evolutionary for hundreds of millions of years. it tells you how successful they are in their native environment. these are native american alligator. they are native to the southeast. 6 years old. a ty
he's been in capivity for his life. >> how big? >> they can 16 or 17 feet long. . >> enjoy your social media. >> yeah. >> i'm kidding. he's actually -- he's >> he's beautiful. he's beautiful. >> they're modern day dinosaurs and they have a ton of bite force. you can see. >> can you imagine if he's in the water and you draw a line from his snout across his head. the only thing above head is the snout for breathing and eyes for seeing. >> careful behind you. >> that looks like a new york city rat, actually. what is that? >> it's a rodent, though. >> it's one of the coolest animals in the animal kingdom. >> are they friendly? >> they can
>> he's not going to do anything. he's not going to hurt you but he's being shy now. >> hi. hi. >> what is the story with him? >> he's the largest rodent in the world. these guys are native to south america. really south america. and they're huge and their semi aquatic. they spend a lot of time in the water. they pretty much only want to go to the bathroom in the water and they're herb voers just like a lot of rodents they're related to like guinea pigs. corn and things like that he loves. they eat a ton of grass and grains and things like that. >> i know some people keep these animals for pets. it's not a good thing >>well, you know, in general in captivity they need a huge water body and they need somewhere to go to the bathroom every day. they have a big appetite. they are eating 24/7. >> all right. thank you, evan. thank you so much for the animals. >> we appreciate it. meredith will wash her hands and take over the kitchen with martha stewart. fist
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we're back at 8:48 with a "today" full of flash backs. martha stewart made her first appearance on "today" more than 36 years ago taking us on a tour of her home for thanks giving. >> that's a golden delicious. we have cherries and blueberries and raspberries. everything we're going to eat today comes from the garden or near the garden. >> and they're still growing. >> 26 years later martha was here to welcome me to the show during my first week. >> this is honey from my honey bees. >> i remember that meredith. >> you got me ginn. >> that's
thank you so much. >> would you still rather have gin than honey? >> yes but, you know, i have bees now. >> oh, really? >> yeah. i know. saving the world. this is receipt throw. we're going back in time. pineapple upside down cake. the yellow and the turquoise and the colors of the kitchen. so the simple recipes easy pineapple upside down cake. start with the flour. >> everybody loves it. this is for the -- it's just flour. you have to sift it. >> you have to mix the baking powder. >> it's very easy. >> and we have butter and sugar in our mixer. >> okay. >> a couple of sugar, 6 table spoons of butter, two eggs, teaspoon of vanilla. it's all so easy. and you have one of these, ri
it's called my husband. [ laughter ] >> and then alternate with a half cup of milk you add the dry ingredients. >> why alternately? >> it'll make a nice smooth batter. here is the batter. it's very easy. turn that off. and into the skillet. it's like a skillet cake. this is hot and there's butter melted in the pan. add 2/3 cup of sugar and layer in your pineapple. stir it around a little bit. >> all right. >> everyone layer. >> and you the president to look like what? >> just smooth it out. >> i'm doing the best i can. >> okay. >> here. >> meanwhile downstairs our little piggies are tasting this. >> so beautiful. >> and they look to be enjoying it. [ laughter ] >> what do they say?
>> al. al. >> okay. is this fresh pineapple. with you, of course, it would be. >> oh, yeah. it's perfectly okay for this cake to use canned. put the batter all over the top. okay. put it in a preheated 350 degree oven. >> for how long? >> bake for i think about 40 minutes. >> okay. >> how do you know when it's done? the toothpick test? >> it looks like that. all your batter goes in there. now it's done. what to we do with this? >> now to get the upside down. that's the secret. it could be a little bit hot and this is not really -- if you move over i'll show you. >> okay. >> sorry. sorry! can i try it. >> you can. here. put it upside down on there. >> all right. >> this goes. oh. and now all -- with the handle is. i would flip it away from you or you can do it. >> i'll do it this
all right. >> now lift it. >> yeah! wow! i missed one. >> okay. good. perfect. >> and then you put the little cherries on it. >> yeah. cherries in the middle. >> how good is it? >> can i show you how incredibly disciplined hoda is? she's on the start "today" thing. >> i'm dying for it. >> she's taken one-half of a bite. >> i'm dying! >> sorry. >> all right. now to another retro. chocolate pie. >> this is so easy. it's a chocolate cookie crust you press into the pie dish. >> okay. >> it's the chocolate wafers and butter and sugar. press it in and freeze it. >> why freeze it? >> easier to work with? >> no. done. this is the mixture. >> like i'm not all there. >> these are all the ingredients. >> chocolate, cocoa, vanilla,
there. >> okay. you can do that. >> you're treating me like -- yes, i can do that, martha. >> are they eating it down stairs? finished. >> it's really good. >> delicious. >> fantastic. >> it's an icebox, pie, really. smooth it out. [ laughter ] and put your topping on it. >> oh! >> just whipped cream. fantastic. >> all over the top. >> if you want to buy it premade, that's okay, too. >> what? >> the whipped cream! >> no! no! you have to beat the whipped cream. just beat it. it gets out all your aggression. >> okay. if you have any. >> after this segment, yes. >> i put the chocolate on top. >> yep. >> and to make little chocolate curls so easy. use a potato peeler like this and just peel. it makes all the little curls. >> it's
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good morning. a cold start. we have snow sticking on roadways west of the district this morning. that will start to break apart. then later on this evening the chance for freezing rain mostly northwest of the district then we have rain moving through mostly overnight tonight. as we go through the next few days, a big warm up by thursday. 64 degrees and dry. then colder into the weekend. >> thank you, sheena. you can get the latest news and weather any time in the nbc washington app. with you in 25 minutes. have a great day. and i was tired literally all the time. something wasn't right. most people don't find out they have chronic kidney disease until it is very advanced. in fact, my friend ron paul was one of those affected. but a simple test can help save your life. talk to your doctor or contact the gw ron and joy paul kidney center to find out how you can get tested. before you find out that way, find out this way.
♪ this morning on "today's oscar with pen affleck. and wwe champ john ksenia throwing his weight around with us. movie. and john cena is our celebrity co-host. and our simple food hacks to warm you right up, right now. >> from nbc news, this is "today's take." live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to welcome to "today" for a tuesday morning. welcoming back not only tamron from vacation. >> yes. >> but our guest co-host mr. wwe super star himself john cena.
killed it hosting snl. >> it was a fun, fun time. a different experience here at 30 rock. be when you say difference experience, what do you mean? >> long days. i barely made it in time for this. and after the hour i'll go back to louisiana for live. saturday night is a lot of work. the friday before the show is actually 22 -- 28 hours long. like, they work you a lot. you hit the ground running. and i wanted to be super involved and get the full experience. it was great but it was a lot of work. >> you had the full look. >> yeah, your monologue you got the full experience. >> i did. i did. [ laughter ] >> i spent all week with a couple of nerds. please. >> yeah! a
all right. i've been trying to nice to you guys but all you want to do is challenge me. if you want some, come get some! [ cheers and applause ] ♪ oh. i made a grand error in judgment. >> you can't see me. >> how many shirts do you have like that? >> all of them. >> if you take this shirt off now. >> yeah. it's break-away sleeves. >> that's cool! >> and tell us about the big announcement. they're planning wrestle mania. >> as you saw on snl. we bring it back to w, e. they have big announcements. we've announced early that wrestle mania 34, mark your calendars april 8th, 2018, will be ate
0 dome in new orleans. wrestle mania this year is april 2nd in citrus bowl in orlando, florida. you can see it on the w, e network. >> can i come down and be in your corner. >> no, you go. >> can we be in your corner? >> we should do a massive "today" show entourage. >> yeah. yes. >> you know how they do for the prize fight. the guy lowers his head down it's "today" show folks. >> we're like your flying wedge. >> yeah. >> but, no, does that mean he tags us and we have to get in? >> no. you can stand around like yeah! that's my man there. >> i said no because i thought we would have to push up. >> you want to get in the rink? >> yeah. come on! >> you can't see me, al roker! >> come on! >> what would our signature move be? >> running away. >> there you go. >> i think we walk in with confidence. >> i think we go
i'm a delicate flower. >> a delicate flower. >> i want do to this. come on! >> new orleans wrestle mania. >> you have a few years. it's 2018. >> i can bulk up. >> yeah. whatever you want. >> we have to bring it. >> yeah. we're going to go the wrestle mania bulk up diet. >> i want to help you. let's do april. >> i'm not ready. my arms are too skinny. i need muscles. have you seen -- >> you don't feel you're ready for next year, we've got -- >> fine, i'm in. >> john, i think that's why you were off last week. >> bulking up. >> wrestle mania? >> yeah. >> absolutely. you just got back last night. >> yeah. i was in chicago on vacation for a week. >> and you had a cold. >> i got a cold. i'm talking with the ladies here. i'm wondering for we should start doing the thing for each other. i went to dinner with one of my best friends on friday. she has two children. we hung out. i had a cocktail. she's like let me taits it. i let her taste the cocktail not thinking, like, n
wedding and i start feeling sick at the wedding. then i called her and i said, jen, how is everybody in your house? she's like, ah they're sick. i feel like when you go to a dinner with your friends you have to sit down with a checklist of who is sick at the house and let me know before you start sipping my cocktail, jen, and getting me sick. >> your germs would take down cena. >> yeah. it would be harder than a chair against your back. now i have a kid cold. i've taken every drug imaginable. i told al i got off the plane and for the first time i landed about 1:00 a.m. this morning. i cannot hear. like, i can't get my ears to pop. i just -- >> [ pop ] >> you need to take tomorrow off and take all these drugs and then do what you do when you're a kid. let them watch sponge bob. >> hang out with sponge bob. >> with yo
have the day off. the steve harvey episode will air the end of the month. i can't show you anything. that's how crazy it got. >> we're fans of james corden's car pool karaoke show. >> i love it. i think he's your alter ego, baby. apple now doing a spin-off show to stream on apple music. there's 16 different episodes. each will pair a different celebrity with a different music super star. so right now we know it'sset mcfarland and arianna grande and john evans and alicia keys. >> haven't they done stuff together before? i thought it was an odd pairings. and corden will host one of the episodes with will smith as musical guest. who would you ride with? >> talk about odd pairing. in is a
musician. shaquille o'neill has been talking business about showing up wrestle mania, orlando. and "can we rock what's up doc." shaq, if you're out there, if you have some extra time and want to do car pool karaoke, i'm down. >> if you can't get shaquille, you can do bugs bunny. >> i didn't see it coming but later today i'll see it coming. >> i would do philadelphia -- with elton john. ♪ i would wear the glasses. platform shoes. >> leggings? go ahead and knock it out. ♪
for the car pool karaoke. >> the high notes. ♪ i love love love you >> little known fact that's your favorite song. >> that's my favorite. >> it's truly his favorite song. >> it came out in march of 19 -- >> your favorite? >> my dream is to sit with dianna ross and look her in the eye -- ♪ i sound like buckwheat. >> okay. i got it. >> it's car pool karaoke. ♪ your eyes your eyes they tell me how much you care ♪ >> mine is karaoke listening. right. if i ran
alone sang with her -- >> a dream come true. >> life is over. when tracee ellis ross, her daughter, won a golden globe. i want to say can you call your mom? just slide her phone out and put her thumb on there. unlock. hi, miss ross. what you doing? >> speaking of music. john, i would assume you work out. >> i start tomorrow. my new year's resolution. >> just curious. how many hours a day do you work out? >> as i get older, it actually gets less and less because i try to be as intense and strong as i was in my younger years. so four or five times a week. an hour a day. >> that's lesser? >> yeah. >> what was the max? >> every day. two hours and three hours a day. >> like, do you pump iron? >> i mean, define that. do i lift weights? >> yeah. >> okay. >> i don't even pump my own ga
>> what is the music song? spotify is out with the popular list. number three is drake. ♪ al's favorite kanye. >> i miss the old kanye. >> and eminem -- ♪ did the lights go out >> okay. >> what sur yo ifis your favori workout? >> anything with a constant beat. cardio people like to keep constant beat. >> okay. my favorite is eminem "lose yourself" and beyoncè. >> that's my second favorite. >> right. there you go. >> al
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♪ we're back now with more of "today's" take. we're so happy to have our super guest john cena, our trainer, also, for the wrestle mania '18. >> we wrestle mania'18. new orleans. >> training for new orleans starts now. >> training starts now! now! big announcement. how many people love monopoly? >> yeah. >> come on. bring it in, jerry. for the first time ever -- >> we need music for this. >> you can vote on keeping or replacing all eight classic monopoly tokens. there are 64 options, including a penguin, a rubber ducky, a bunny slipper. there's a little bling ring here. >> a private jet. >> i used to be the car. i was forced to be the car. >> i love the dog. >> yeah. >> okay.
does it fit on your pinky. >> put a ring on it. they've gone high end. that's amassing big wealth. >> vote. >> pinky ring. >> and we'll reveal one new token on our show on march 19th, which happens to be world monopoly day. >> what is your strategy for monopoly? >> buy at the corners. >> the corners? >> buy everything you land on. >> everything you land on. everything. just buy. >> okay. >> i like that. >> just buy. >> i like that. i like this. weather related every year the chinese city one of the coldest regions in china they have the annual ice and snow festival. take a look at the images. unbelievable! a city of ice. >> i't
>> because anything below 80 i'm freezing. it's beautiful. it's stunning. >> look at it at night. i would love to go there. i think it would be amazing. >> it's stunning. >> the fireworks are made of ice. it's nonbelievable. [ laughter ] >> that's just cruel. >> i'm like okay. now i'm in! now i'm in. let's show you your weather. and unfortunately we've got icy wintery conditions out west. blizzard warnings for south lake, tahoe from now until wednesday. 5 to 10 feet of snow plus rain to talk about. some areas picking up another 5 to 8 inches of rain. flooding going to be huge. you can see, again, the snowfall warnings. 5 to 10 feet on the mountain crests. we have a couple of quick clippers moving through the
snowfall amounts upwards of 8 to 9 inches as you get into central and northern new york. also, through the up of michigan. central and southern minnesota, minneapolis -- i should say wisconsin and michigan, as well. that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. well, the cold start to the day. temperatures in the mid 20s. we'll be warmer this afternoon. we're looking at snow on some of the roadways. mostly north and west of the district this morning. that'll start to break apart. then later on this evening a chance of freezing rain to the northwest. rain moving in closer to midnight. take a look at the temperature trend. we're warming into thursday. 4i 64 degrees. we go into the weekend and a chance of a wintery mix as we go into saturday with temperatures in the upper 30s. >> and that is your latest weather. right now i can get you a cup of hot cider. >> we've got
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our man justin chapel is here. it must mean it's time for electronic -- oh. >> making sure that everything is plugged. >> justin is the host of food and wine. he has fab foods that will warm us up on a cold day. >> thank you for having me back. we have a whole group with us today. we're going to go through this and i'll show you fun ways to stay warm. first off, we're doing hot chocolate. >> yes! >> i know tamron loves hot chocolate. >> she can't have any now
>> my doctor didn't say that. >> we can use almond milk. we'll use almond milk and kn nutella. microwave it and give it a stir to dissolve the nuetella. we have vanilla whipped cream there, or if you're a marshmallow person like i am, add those. >> you have croissants, a great way to make hot sandwiches. >> croissants are the best panini rolls. >> really? >> yes. because they get christrispy on outside but stay tender. take the croissants. add a little prosciutto, arugula. >> nice and fancy. >> a little fancy. >> i like it, though. >> i like to spray a little
four minutes. >> wow. >> how about quick pizza roms? >> this is kind of a cheater pizza roll. everyone loves pizza rolls. these happen to be easy and you can get everything -- >> i see john. >> i told you i would get him to drink some hot chocolate. we have crescent roll dough. spread pizza sauce on here, a little cheese, layer on pepper raoni. pop it on to a parchment lined baking sheet. >> i like that! >> nacho fars for a crowd. pile everything on the baking sheet. you have the chips here. a little olive oil. lots of cheese. i think it's about a pound and a half of cheese. >> yeah. this is my college dream. everything i loved in college. >> you love it now, too. >>
bubbling and hot. perfect. it's healthy. >> kreidcider in the slow cooke. honey, agave, honey, oranges, clementines, star anise. put it on low for two hours and you get these. >> that's so fun. justin chapel. >> coming up ben affleck. find out what the oscar winner says he does best after your local news. night" what he says he does best.
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well, this morning we have snow falling. mostly west of the district. temperatures in the 20s. that'll break up as it tries to continue to move in. otherwise later on this evening freezing rain possible north and west of d.c. and then we have rain moving in as we go over night tonight. temperatures start to warm up, though. 54 by wednesday. 64 thursday. then we cool down as we go into the
♪ the last time ben affleck sat in the director's chair was for "argo" that went on to win an oscar. no surprise that his film "live by night" is anticipated. >> he plays a boss in the roaring '20s. >> and jenna caught up with ben and his all-star cast. take a look. ♪ >> reporter: action. drama and deceit. "live by night" has everything you want from a mob movie. and at its helm, oscar-winner ben affleck. is there anything you can't do? >> there are a lot of
extraordinary cast here. we had a great crew of people. >> we do what we want to do. >> reporter: also starring in the film is sienna miller, who plays ben's love interest, emma. chris cooper, al fanning and chris masina, who plays dion. you were in "argo" together, the two of you. and are you hoping to create that magic? >> when in a scene with him, you don't see the director. you only see the characters. taking off that hat, is magical to watch. >> we became friends on "argo." i liked him so much. i liked his point of view. i liked his acting style. i liked who he was. it was about finding which character i was going to offer to him. >> much like "argo," "live by night" is a period piece. the cars and the glamour take you back in time. this movie is
was it like that on set? >> it was. the clothes were all original pieces from the '20s. they weren't remakes, which adds a whole other element of authenticity to what you're doing. i always wanted to be like -- i saw "bugsy malone" when i was like 4. >> reporter: chris cooper is the town sheriff. >> i would expect you to feel that way. >> reporter: were you able to keep everybody in line on set? >> no. this guy got the best of me at some points. he had stuff on me that literally drove me crazy. >> reporter: al fanning plays chris' daughter, loretta. a young revival preacher. you said that loretta was one of the difficult roles you've played. what made her so difficult? >> i had speeches and sermons i had to learn, that's the most dialogue -- i remember w
time, it was like three pages of me up on a stage, just speaking. i'm like, i have never -- remember, i just learn my lines the night before. >> reporter: the night before? >> normally. just a good scene, back and forth. >> you can pretend that you're distracted by something else. hold on one second. can we take that down? >> when you look at this cast that you hand picked, as you said, are you proud of this film? >> i'm super proud. as a director, my best attribute is that i know i'm learning and continue to learn. but the thing that i do best is appreciate other actors. >> reporter: this won't be the best ben affleck directed film. >> i hope not. >> reporter: something tells me no. >> i will be looking out for a job. >> great job, jenna. "live by night" opens nationwide on friday. up next, a dance-off you don't want to miss. john cenand
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the nerds hold near and dear. they want to go out against the hunks. e's a spoof on the guy. it was good. >> they're not staying in their lane. the hunks. >> no. they're crossing over. >> no. >> take two lanes up. >> we have a hunk and an actor -- [ laughter ] could we maybe see a little -- >> i heard about a danceoff. i'm in. >> okay. first, john. >> okay. right here. ♪ now fred. ♪ i don't know what that dance is called. >> come on! come on! come
you got to have a big finish. >> that was the big finish. >> i left it to him. that's the way to do it. i'm not going to try to attempt it. >> so it's a tie. >> i think he wins. >> oh, you do? >> i think he wins. >> sir, i offer a draw. >> okay. >> in the end we all win because everybody loves a good nerd and a good hunk. >> and we have season 7 of "portlandia." you're directing. >> i did one scene. yeah, it was, you know, it was good for my ego to do something like that. >> why? >> it looks cool. directed by, you know, part of it. i don't care about it. i can brag about it and i can pretend i'm humble about it. yeah, i just did a little thing. >> yeah. yeah. >> i like it. >> tell us about the project with michael bolt. >> you should direct this. >> what? >> you should direct this show. >> we
>> no, we don't. there are talented people who do. >> we produce. >> we play the cartoon characters behind. >> yeah. >> michael bolton. >> these directors for this show they're not great. >> no. fred, you lost the danceoff and now they're going to take you off the show. >> i'm joking. >> of course he is! >> i'm joking. >> the little twinkle in your eye. what does it mean? >> they're great directors. >> they are. >> yeah. >> tell us about this you a netflix special. >> we've asked you three times about it. you keep glazing over it. >> i'm sorry. there's so many of you. but i'll answer yours first. >> thank you. >> michael bolton is doing a valentine's day special. so i'm just part of it. i play a chocolate salesman. yeah, netflix they do a thing where they do different holidays and specials and -- >> do you have a, like, valentine's song? john cena
>> do you really? >> yeah. he's classic. >> this is that nerd/hunk thing it's weird, man. >> it's not fair. >> yeah. >> that was your cue to go i don't know music. >> yeah. yeah. >> i know one thing. fred armisen you can catch "pofrt land ya." >> i was given by my director. >> what is your valentine's song? >> happy birthday. >> very nice! >> it works. >> i like that. >> all right. meantime as we leave the hunks and everybody else let's show you what we have happening today. we've got heavy rain going to have some flooding issues, obviously, northern and central california. we're looking at snow up in the upper great lakes. gusty winds and wet weather through the mississippi upper mississippi river valley. snow in upstate new york and warming up through the golf gulf. that's heading east. sunshine in the southwest. look for beautiful weather down through florida and the gulf coast. that's what's going on around
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