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good morning. breaking overnight, a string of tornadoes crazy devastation across the south. at least 18 people killed, entire neighborhoods wiped out. >> just smooterings of what used to be homes thrown into the woods. and a new weather threat. a nasty nor'easter taking aims at millions. defendants in chief. the new president being formally sued this morning over hi hotel and television interests, as another debate swirls around false statements. are we entering a new era. >>su
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tom brady and the patriots crush the steelers for a return trip to the super bowl. >> brady into the end zone. >> their opponent the atlanta falcons. after a dom naying performance of their own against the packers, the hype for the big game already well under way. flash back mondays, elton john asked fans to create videos of the song. this is january 23rd, 2017. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie, live from studio 1a in rockefeller
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everybody back in town. natalie is. >> i got hugs all around. >> are you ready to go back to the '70s? >> i'm so ready. if we're playing "benny and the yes, sir" you've got me. we're going to have your forecast coming up. it is our top story. dangerous storms, tornadoes cutting a deadly path across the south as a new severe weather threat emerges. we'll get al's forecast, but first gabe ghoulier is in hargity, georgia. >> reporter: this trailer upended. the death toll is now 14, 18 dead throughout the south. you can see the sheer
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communities had to take over multiple times. search and rescue crews are searches for survivors after another debtly round of relentless storms. >> reporter: this stunned residents overnight. >> i was almost in a trance, went into the closet. we could hear trees and stuff falling. >> it is unfathomable what happened there. you literally have a trailer park that looks like it's been disintegrated. >> reporter: from the air how another storm sliced through a mobile home park, killing at least seven in the small town of adel, georgia. >> he said we have to get the boys inside.
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come to find out our neighbor's granddaughter had gotten thrown from the trailer into our yards. >> reporter: churches have decrease makeshift shelter. this man had moved into his home the day before the chaos. >> 30 seconds later, everything was gone. >> you'll see the doorway in the hall. we were sitting right there. >> reporter: in louisiana, one of the several in east texas, a cleanup effort is also in the way. but georgia now reeling for the deadliest squirt in six years. >> it was terrible. >> karla's home collapsed around her, as they
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her -- >> my son and his wife bridal portrait, our daughter's senior portrait. it's hard to take it all in. >> the national weather service had issued that rare high-risk advisory for several southern states. for the first time since taking office as consoler in chief, donald trump has called the governor to pledge support to help the state recover. matt and natalie? >> thank you very much, gabe. a powerful nor'easter is bringing damaging winds and heavy rains to mill yos. morgan ratford is in point pleasant beach. >> reporter: good morning, that commute turns out to be quite -- and right he and new jersey where we're expecting to see some coastal flooding. we're talking rain of up to 3 i remembers winds you can see up to 6 on miles a
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can caused downed trees, downed power line. that's quite governor cuomo is asking penal to stay inside. between new york and new jersey almost canceled it's under a flood watch. flood advisories, where some schools have already been cancel. they're vague charge all your batteries, and stock up, turn douse the temperatures in the freeder and foods, because this storm is expected to last until tomorrow. >> those winds really whipping you around. >> we're sheltered here by all the buildings, but it's blowing outside. >> andist going to stronger, too.
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scattered power outages, kind of a big problem from d.c. all the way to boston. right now we have gusts of 31, and as the day wears on, the wind gusts will reach tropical force to hurricane-force winds. as the system goes on into tuesday morning. the airport delays will tun right into tomorrow, plus the rain along the coast, heavy rain, strong winds inland, snow and freezing rain ahmet way to boston, if you have high-profile vehicles, you'll have problems, so for the next 48 hours it's going to be a tough go on the roads and in the air. >> stay inside if you can. now to politics, and the start of
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including a lawsuit alleges his business interests violate the constitution. we have in-depth coverage beginning with hallie jackson. good morning. highwayry, natalie. good morning to you. this morning that lawsuit is set to be filed in district court in new york on the first full weekday of the trump administration. those now sues the president state it's not that clear-cut. less than -- >> preserve, protect and defend -- >> president trump getting sued, accused of violating the constitution. that's the argument being made by a group of lawyers and ethics experts, some with democratic ties, who say the president is breaking the emoluments claul. clause.
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in plain english, it means no gifts from foreign governments, but the suit claims the president is getting just that. leases held by foreign government-owned entities in trump tower, bookings at his newest hotel in washington, other hotel stays, leases, and transactions tied to foreign governments at places owned or licensed by donald trump, and payments from foreign government-owned broadcasters related to "the apprentice." >> we're very concerned that the president has not addressed this problem. we believe it's now time for the courts to do so. >> an administration aide tells nbc news that the president has no conflicts. the attorney advising him preemptively brushing off criticism. >> this is not what the constitution says. paying for a hotel room is not a gift or a present, and it has nothing to do with an office. it's not an
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he's not violating the claw, because they believe it does not apply for fair-value exchanges. they say even so president trump will voluntary donate to the u.s. treasury. >> this way the american people will profit. >> reporter: but his critics called that basically lip service, insisting he's not doing nearly enough to make sure the american people can trust him to do what's best for the nation and not simply what's best for his business. >> reporter: part of the goal is to force president trump's hand on his tax return. a recent poll shows 74% of americans think the president should release those returns, including about 49% of his own supporters. >> hallie, thank you very much. let's bring in ari melber. first the judge has to figure
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suit have standing. >> that's the hardest question in this case. there is case law on this. i have reviewed this filing embargo, it points to precedent in the supreme court and in new york that could help, but the fact is usually large organizations have more problem than say a business competitor or someone who could show delicate harm. >> assuming this moves forward, what's the end game? >> they're not asking for money. they're not trying to send anyone to jail. what they are asking for is a judge to clarify manage that's never been tested we've never had a president says what you the kind of emolument. >> is this a smoke screen? is this a way to get into evidence released tax returns from president trump? >> if this suit moves forward, what they will be asking for is anything to actually show
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have never seen, which is the full extent of the business. you would look for tax which is a big one, obviously a political story as well, business records and something we have talked about before -- who does the trump organization and donald trump owe money to? if he were to get preferential treatment on a loan, that could be a gift. it's asking the judge for define all that and stop it if it is a gift. >> ari melber, appreciate it. >> thank you. more on the president's plate today including a series of meetings with top officers of the after a weekend of heated exchanges by his team and rallies. >> reporter: this happened in the briefings room on sunday, frankly president trump was a little more measured in his tone. he's got a full day,
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business, labor and congressional leaders, including a private business with the house speaker paul ryan. kicking off his first full week, overseeing the swearing in of his senior staff -- >> this is not about ideology, this is about our country. >> reporter: mr. trump thanking first responders and notably reaching out to fbi director james comey, a lightning rod for his handling of -- >> he's become more famous than me. >> reporter: just hours old, the trump administration is already drawing battlelines meg his debut, sean spicer didn't unveil executive action, instead unleashed on the media, accusing reporters of misrepresenting the size of last friday's crowd. >> this was the largest audience to ever witness an inauguration, period. >> reporter: spicer is disputing for theas that unfavorably compare the
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to the estimated 1.8 million to spectators for the 2009 inauguration. >> it's shameful and wrong. >> reporter: it's a sticking point, that says the president was given a mandate by the american people despite losing the popular vote by nearly 3 million. among spicer's claims arguing that the highlighting empty spaces. this photo shows similar coverings being used four years ago. on "meet the press" kelleyanne conway defended the answers. >> why did he do that? it undermines the entire credibility of the office. >> no, it doesn't. don't be so overdramatic. you say it's a falsehood and our press secretary gave alternative fact to that. >> wait a minute, alternative
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four the others were just not true. alternative facts are not facts, they're falsehoods. >> reporter: conway reveresed course that trump would release tax returns. >> ia as soon as the audit is finished. >> the white house response is he's not going to release his tax returns. we litigated this all through the elections. people didn't care. they voted for him. >> reporter: not in dispute, the massive crowned on the women's mer from l.a. to chicago to paris. more than a million demonstrators worldwide. >> this is peaceful. people are thrilled to be here and excited. >> on twitter president trump first dismissed the rally. why didn't these people vote? less than two hours later, praising the protest as a hallmark of our democracy. >> he's also taking heat from john brennan to
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central intelligence agency. >> i love you, i respect you, there's nobody i respect more. >> reporter: the president blamed the media telling reports of -- >> they sort of made it sound like i had a feud with the intel unions community. >> reporter: a claim that ignores his own words this month, including a bless ircomparison of leaking unverified, lewd information about him. >> i think it's a disgrace. i say that and i say that, and that is something that nazi germany would have done and did do rupp trump acknowledged he was speaking in a special place, but critics took issue with trump what at times tabbed himself. >> trust me i'm like a smart person. >> reporter: former director brennan tore into trump in as self-agrandizement under the wall of heroes. the firew
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concern even among senior republicans. >> do you have utmost confidence? >> i do not know. he's made so many comments that are contradictory. i think the fact that he's appointed and nominated these outstanding individuals is bound to be an encouraging sign. >> reporter: president trump will meet with the british prime minister this friday here at the white house. he'll also hold meetings with the canadian and mexican leaders to begin, as he says, renegotiating nafta. one other nose, where it's all about location, location, location, the big corner office goes to reince priebus, the chief of staff as it tra decental does, but the small office closest to the oval will go to his zonal, jared kushner. head's bring in mark halperin. we expect to see a change in tone from now towards the media.
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case. how would you sum up the weekend? >> good movement completely overshadowed by the worst instincts of donald trump and the people around him. he won't be an establishment president, but the things they did, particularly the falsehoods, the podium from the president himself at the cia are things that must be corrected for himself, for the country, for the world. the presidency cannot be based on petty lies. >> the fighting over these facts, and now we have this new term alternative facts, they're part of a bigger problem, aren't they? they're about quantity and judging scope of enthusiasm, and ratings and polling. there is an inherent insecurity in this, isn't there? >> donald trump, we've seen it throughout his career, he's obsessed with hout he comes across. in the transition it was troubling, in the presidency, it
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defend moment of weakness with lies. >> this begins a day of action, as he's calling it. he's got to move forward and meeting with a bipartisan group of loawmakers. what is the goal? >> as tlubling as some of the things over the weekend we are, we've seen administrations get off to slow starts. bill clinton's administration had the same kind of problem. today is the day where he can start to focus on things. changing the way health care is going to be administered, thinking about building a bipartisan coalition. when he attacked those marchers over the weekend, he sent a horrible message. if he wants to be a president for everybody, today is the day he can try to build on that second tweet. >> newt gingrich chimed in, saying if he creates lots of jobs and keeps us say for the
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this is noise. >> in the short term it's how he build towards the goals. today is a new day. >> mark, thank you very much. let's turn to al roker, he is back. >> that's right. we're looking at quiet weather all the way down into texas, but heavy snow boo the rockies. the latest of a series. we'll look at that in details. we're going to get to your local forecast, coming up in the next 30 seconds. that sandwed
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pretty good, but they forgot to cut the crusts off. outside rain drops and a lot of winds. the winds could gust over 40 miles an hour at times. heaviest of the rain right now is out from about manassas and warrenton down into fredericksburg. more pockets and pertain of heavy rain are coming our way. we'll be up into the low 50s, today and tomorrow. much prettier and drier weather on wednesday today. coming up, prompt already wielding power, the executive orders he's set to sign, and the impact on your life. is that e-mail the real deal? or is it a dangerous fake? on rossen, records, it is scams that are easy to fall for, but first this is "today" on nbc.
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cause at hellmann's, we're on the side of food. this is a news 4 today newsbreak. >> 7:26 is your time now. good morning. >> in the news this morning, someone shot at fairfax county police officers and this morning they're trying to track that person down. police say someone fired at a police cruiser in the great falls area near georgetown pike likic for a white four-door sedan that may have its passenger window shattered. police are looking for this girl who is missing, saidy adams was seen last saturday. she's 13 years old, and may be wearing a purple and blue coat and tan pants. we want to check on with your commute. >> good morning, near prince william parkway, this is the
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really seeing the crash, southbound on georgetown, large tree branch, but the left lane blocked here, rockville pike, that has cleared. that was a cyclist, open now between glennen road and rosehill drive. guys? >> thank you, melissa, today is a weather alert today. a check of your forecast is next.
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good morning, everybody. cloudy sky and light rain across the area now, but a big storm to our south promises pockets of moderate to heavy rain to come our way, and a lot of wind as well. wind could gusts over 40 miles an hour, especially east of washington toward a chesapeake bay. temperatures in the mid to upper 40s, now will gradually climb up into the low 50s for highs today. not a pretty day to be outside. if you can put things off until later in the woke, that's a good idea. for tomorrow, a few lingering showers early tomorrow, there's
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nicest day of the week. seasonably cold. another local news update in 25 minutes. now back to the "today" show.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] 7:30 now on a monday northern, january 23rd, 2017, the flags over at the skating rink starting to show some of the effects of this nor'easter that's blowing in. there's a nice crowd of people on the plaza. we'll get outside and say hi in a while. meanwhile, inside natalie morales is in as savannah continues on maternity leave. a powerful storm being blamed for at least 18 deaths. most of the victims were in georgia, where several tornadoes hit. thousands are without power, and georgia's governor has declared
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tax season officially under way. today the i.r.s. begins accepting electronics returns and processing paper ones. this year's filing deadline is actually tuesday, april 18th, because the 15th falls on a saturday and the 17th is a holiday in washington. >> a couple extra days. the matchup for super bowl li is all set. the new england patriots once again verse of atlanta falcons. tom braidia had three touchdowns, while mad ryan tossed four tds and ran for another as the falcons beat the packers 44-21. the super bowl is february 5th in houston. it's going to be a good one. a couple routes on the way to the big game, no question. good news if our a patriots fan or falcons fans. without officials say this is
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kristin welker is there. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you as early as today, prison will sign executive orders that will break with decades of american trade policy. it's the fulfillment of a campaign promise. trump says it benefit america worsers and great jobs, but critics counter it could have unintended consequences. president trump putting the focus on trade. >> and we're going to start some negotiation having to do with nafta. anyone ever hear of nafta? i rein a campaign somewhat based on nafta. >> reporter: a white house officials says as early as today, a trade deal that mr. trump says favors u.s. corporations over american workers. another order will call for pulling out of the tpp, a
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championed by president obama, but never approved by congress. mr. trump will task his top economic and trade advisers to renegotiate trade cool with each of the countries involved. he won other working voters based in part because of hess promise to get better trade deals. >> we're going to totally renegotiate the worst trade deal ever made in the world at any time, nafta. >> reporter: but free trade proponents argue that ripping up the trail deals could lead to higher prices and less demand for american goods abroad. the other focus this week? a white house officials tells nbc news, national security, jobs and immigration. mr. trump's chief of staff pressed on whether the immigration actions will including undoing the obama executive actions to
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immigration of. >> we're going to work on a long-term solution to that issue. >> reporter: president trump will meet with union leaders this afternoon. as for nafta prompt haus called for imposing new tariffs on canada and mexico. the center for automotive research has renegotiating nafta would require the approve of congress as well as mexico and canada, so any action today would likely be preliminary. >> it's a long road ahead. kristin, thank you very much. a check of the weather they continue, this is there is a passengers and drive. as the deepwater authorities
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boy, oh boy, they're missing into those rivers, we have to watch those carefully. there's going to be a last storm in a while, but heavy snow for today. rain showers for much of california, and some of these are going to be fairly heavy rains. anywhere from three to -- flash flood washes along the coast. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods? >> well, we have the rain increasing through the area, currently 47 degrees, but gusting over 35. it's going to be a rainy, windy today, especially closer to lunchtime. nearing the district. down towards quantico, but even continues to spread out toward the west. that's going to move in, as we go later into the aftern,
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ah. i need to sit down. back at 7:40 on a monday morning with the new "rossen reports" warning with so much at stake, can you tell if an e-mail is real or a dangerous scam. >> hackers are posing as major companies to trick you to handing over sensitive information. today jeff rossen is here with morning. >> good morning. most of us get so many e-mails every single day with friends, from work, e-mails from lauer, spam, and we mindlessly click on links. i'm guilty of it. so are you, i'm sure. now the scams are so sophisticated, they can send you an e-mail that looks like it directly came from your friend or work, just to trick you. they have complete access to all your private information, so could you tell what's real a
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this morning, just wait until you see who falls for it. there are new scams happening right now. in this one hackers are targeting netflix users, sending fake e-mails that look like they came directly from the company, asking you to update your billing address, credit card information, even your social security number. it looks so real, unsuspecting customers are handing over everything. and now another one bubbling up. this new scam aimed at gmail users. it looks like it came from a friend. when you click the attachment, it asking you to log back into your account, the hacker's watching your key does that strokes and stealing your information. for the hackers, it's easy. >> so i'm creating a fake e-mail. >> reporter: right now this one is sending e-mails trying to trick people. luckily this hacker is working with us. jim stickily, a cybersecurity expert, his target
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my mom and dad. yes, a personal experiment. will they open this e-card from someone they don't know? >> we'll do what the hacker does. they know what i do for a living. i say don't open attachments or links if you don't know exactly who it's from. >> we're not actually going to send them anything dang lutz, we're doing a test. >> but that's all hackers have to do. >> they could turn over your computer, start watching what you're doing through your webcam. >> jim confirming my mom opens it and clicks the link. hours later, my dad does, too. time to pay a visit to my parents. they are not expecting me. >> oh, my god! >> wow! >> hi. >> what is your doing here? >> oh, my god. >> hi, dad, how are you? >> what are you doing here? >> you guys clicked on an
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e-card. >> i guess. i don't know. >> we had a computer expert send that to you. this is what the hackers -- this is a test. >> unbelievable. >> we opened it. >> we did. you know, i try to be so careful with that stuff. >> the thing is we're used to pressing buttons, so we just characterly click it. >> reporter: i've told you a million times not to open that stuff. you're my own parent. you don't listen. >> why would we listen to you. >> promise me you won't. >> that means you have to think about everything you do. >> everything. well done, dad. >> well done. >> okay. those are my parents, but surely my crack team of investigative producers will know better? let's see. jim is back at it. this time he's upping the stakes. not only sending a link, but also asking for additional personal information. address, phone number and social security number. the e-mail looks like it's
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nbc, offering a phone upgrade. if my producers look closely, and i hope they do, they should notice the address isn't a real nbc account. >> this is what criminals do. they send an e-mail out that looks like the company you work for, only it's not really them. >> i'm so hoping they don't fall for this. they're smart. >> yes. >> but they're going to fall for it. >> sure enough. mea satellite producers not only clicked the link, but answer all their personal information. i call a team meetings. >> here to talk about your phone upgrades. >> phone upgrades? did you get an e-mail? >> i did. >> yes, i'm very excited about it. >> that was from a hacker. >> really? >> what? >> we're here to test you to see if you would open that, and you did. you actually put in all of your personal information, social security numbers, addresses. >> it was from nbc. >> so we're not getting new iphones? >>
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haven't i taught you anything? >> i'm ashamed. ite pretty sure i put in my social. >> annika? >> you got me. >> we didn't put anything on your computers, but a gad guy could have. >> i know. i've literally done this story. >> an important lesson. >> have you learned something today? >> i got you to come to florida. >> i learned not to open the door. >> by the way i'm in the market for new parents and a new team. they have all left me. we did this to show you anyone can tall for it the smart people like my parents. my producers. the criminals are clever. we all need reminders. experts say the best way, and it's a bit of an annoying extra step, but pick up the phone, ask your friend, did you send me a link or attachment. it's a lot, but that's the world we live in. >> and t
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♪ all right. we're we're back now 750 tamron is in for carson, talking super bowl li. >> are you ready for some football? as we mentioned the matchup is set. the patriots will face the falcons in houston on february 5th. celebrations kicked off, and immediately after sunday's game, here's a good moment. bennett joining the cheerleaders, but the real moves came from falcons owner look at him, 70-year-old arthur blank. just soak it in folks. when tom brady wore this really, really -- big jacket. it was to stay warm on the sidelines. social media was quick to make fun of it,
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everything from brady floating away to pumping it even bigger than it was, adding the inevitable caption, you know they had to say it, inflate-gate. and giselle shares this you cute photo. congratulations, my love. the big mapup less than two weeks away and lady gaga. >> and luke bryant for the national anthem. >> i'm thinking dylan, this is for you. coming up, hey kids, the world premiere of our video, after your local news. hello, mr. ortiz. do you have a tax question? yeah, i'm teaching tennis on the side now. that's nice. but i'm going through a lot of balls. can i deduct them? in your case, yes. you can enter your expenses right here.
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7:56, january 23rd, 1017. good morning to you. >> we're goinging to to melissa ma lay. >> southbound, we have a crash reported there this morning, 66 at the beltway, one less lane gets by. you can see all of that. >> thank you, melissa. we'll check your forecast next. stay with us.
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good monday morning. make sure you have the morning umbrel umbrella. are oth left. more rain to the south. that would be moves in, some of it heavy, so take your time on the roadway for the morning community by 8:00 a.m., temperatures still around 48 degrees. and then by the evening commute, rain will still by around, so the roads will stay wet. temperatures by them still the mid to upper 40s. >> thank you. another local news update in 25 minutes. for now back to the "today" show after this short break.
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♪ it's 8:00 on go ahead are deadly outbreak. >> it looks like a nook lars bomb went off. >> at least 18 people skilled, the destruction stretching for miles, as a powerful nor'easter gets under way today, heavy -- plus serenity now. we'll check in with hoda on her start today challenge. she's already tackled diet and exercise. now it's time for peace of mind. >> where you wake up in the morning, you open your eyes and you already feel stressed out somehow. i just want to wake up refreshed. >> how her life coach is
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her getting less stressed and more productive. and world premiere with our own take on one of sir elton's greatest hits the weird and wonderful reveal today. >> good morning! >> hella! we are in nyc! ♪
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great to have you back. we're back now on -- it's the 23rd day january, 2017. it's a little windy out here. natalie morales has made the trip back to join us this week. >> how does it feel to be here on the plaza? >> it's great. >> she might be missing that southern california weather. coming up, our laury hernandez. she's going to tell us about the whirlwind she's been on since winning gold in rio. let's begin your news at 8:00. authorities fear the death toll could climb after a weekend
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of powerful storms. as we take a live look from the air. you can see the full -- search and rescue teams are now looking for more survivors, all this as wild weather threatens millions on both coasts search and rescue crews now looking for more victims in albany, georgia, where this toerpd touched down. >> this is really bad. >> reporter: just hours earlier in the small town of adel, georgia, another storm barreled through, killing at least seven people. in hatties berg,
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were killed. from texas to louisiana, alabama to florida, the wild weather did not let up. president trump vowing to help states hit hard by the deadly storms. >> georgia, great state, great people. >> while tornadoes ravaged the south out west, rain pounded southern california. freeways flooded, evac wayses ordered. fire cruise in san diego found a man's body in a river we are not able to send our swiftwart teams in
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for mud flows. >> back here in georgia, this is the deadliest storm system in since year. the winds picked up. pocket it on to the power lines a rare high risk advisory. mad, again the death toll stands at at least 14. back to you. >> gabe, thank you very much. as president trump begins his first full week in office, he's being sued. the legal watch dog group says he's violating the constitutions by letting his businesses accept payments from foreign
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♪ all right. it i all right. it is 8:12. you came back on a weird day. >> i'm lovin' it. i've groovin' to this. >> we have the gang all here for something special. a wild back elden john asked france to create official videos rocket man, tiny dancer, and benny and the jets. well, we were inspired by this idea -- >> you were. >> without further ado. here's the world premiere for "benny and the jets."
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snee ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ benny and the jets ♪ oh
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hair suit ♪ ♪ you know i read it in a magazine ♪ ♪ oh bennie and the jets ♪ bennie and the jets ♪ benny benny bennie bennie and the jets ♪ ♪ bennie bennie bennie bennie bennie and the jets ♪ ♪ >> what were we thinking? >> what was that? >> what were you thinking?
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elevate elevate. >> it was your brainchild. >> there's layers to that. carson win foss best points. >> how do you know? >> paul rudd on anchor man. >> how about that hair? >> you had the cutest wigs. snl people -- >> mine wasn't a wig. >> i was to know what was the pregame? >> you know, by the way, a lot of people might wonder, who was elton john? that is one of our supervising graphics producers. that is neil carter who's down in the control room in full regalia. >> he actually this that suit already. >> look at that. >> a lot of different angles he looks like him. >> that was crazy. >> we did have a blast doing that. >> but the cutting room -- >> that was such a fun place. >> thank for you letting us take
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the contest. >> we're not? >> no, we're not. >> we're not eligible. so we just did that, because we want to inspire others to interthe contest. there's a week to go. you can find all the information and really disturbing behind the scenes photos of all of us as >> i think you look like james taylor. >> really? >> you were enjoying it completely. >> there's the cast photo right there. >> it was so good. >> you guys looked great. >> am i the only one that remembers the '70s? >> anyway, thank you, guys. that was fun. mr. rocker hocks about another check of the record? a tip of the hat to j.k. long. [ applause ] . the gosser satellite is now the goser 16. the first
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this is the way the old satellite looked. well, now to compare that to this, it's completely different. more high-res, a lot more data. wet get more from it. it's kind of impressive. we can't wait for it to go online in the next couple months. this is shooting across the earth into the moon. that is awfully neat. rest of the country today, we're looking at this nor'easter. wind, rain, inland snow, airport delays over the next 24 to 36 hours, heavy snow out west, and a lot of rain continuing in southern california. that's what's going on around the country. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. >> good morning, everybody. i'm chuck bell. it's a cloudy, rainy and breezy morning. the winds could gusts over 40 miles an hour at times today. be ready for an ugly day outside. steady periods of rain around lunchtime, and again around 3:00 or 4:00. it's
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raincoat. now terribly cold, though. afternoon highs today around 50 to 52. a bit bert weather moving in later tomorrow. >> good luck getting that song out of your head today. >> it's in my head. good time for what's trending. are you ready? >> yes. you think you have a good sense of smell? >> reasonable. >> we did that last week. well, here's a study that will resonate with anyone who's walked into the room of a teenager. you're immediately hit with all kinds of smells. you know what we're talking about. you may think, do the kids even know what this smells like? actually they may not. researchers in denmark tested hundreds of people under the age of 50. they found that teens are not great at smelling common things like sweat, cigarette smoke and soap. they're not good at using soap, either. but their noses are very sharp when it comes to picking up junk food, cotton candynd
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it may explain why you walk in and say, does anyone know there's ten pairs of dirty socks there? >> the teenager, i can smell him from a mile away. i opened up nick's back park with two gym shirts and it was like -- this stimps! we have a bit of tradition here, back in 1989, do you remember this moment? barbara bush took a moment to run over to, gave him a huge kid. al roker got a kiss from joe biden with a hearty handshake. remember this moment? it was a drop the mike moment for al. maybe a similar situation with mike pence? not. here's what happened. >> mr. vice president, vice president pence, mr. vice president, i got candy. [ laughter ] mr. vice president, we have a
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>> nothing. nothing. completely nothing. i guess i had the wrong candy. >> he likes the chocolates. >> i know, we had kit kats. did you have get a wave? >> that's what folks said. i didn't know, because i was trying to get his attention. i have had gimme a break for that kit kat bar. >> nobody gives it a better after than you. >> this happened to a fan at the miami heat. watch what happens now, though? >> i know. i know. >> but nobody got hurt. the top door frame falls right over on her and hits her in the head. she is okay. she gets back up. the screen -- the game -- was
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thinking -- medic, medic. it's not good. they're going to make some changes to that. you. >> i know. >> let me change to something we're all happy about. they're set to do something that no man has done in ten years. he'll kick off the festivities. it tells peek it's his way the honors. and this year she headlines the super bowl. is who was the last maim to sin at the super bowl? this is your guy. >> my guy? >> billy joel? >> hoda knows your guy more than
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>> you always talk about that. >>. >> eric clapton sings the national anthem? >> director known as for his blockbuster movies. even he may not have seen coming. "split" had a debut at the box office ab40 million, in its open weekend. next to pipa and kate, they made quite an impression, but 20 years before that they were just brides maids. all smiles. >> she's not feeling it. at their wedding of the uncle gary.
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the girls looked adorable. >> wasn't quite the dress you were hoping for? >> hope you enjoyed your day back. >> didn't see that one coming. >> that was not what i was thinking. >> coming up, this is going to be interesting. can we get hoda's mind in the right place? >> could she help you become less stressed and more productive? >> one of team usa abig stars. the gymnast is here, but first your local news.
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good morning, 8:26 on this monday, january 23rd. let's chestart with a check of commute. you can see those delays because of that crash here this morning. as we zoom to the right westbound freeway, after the 3rd street tunnel crash and the two left lanes causing something pretty big delays. you have to stay right, because it's right after the beltway. >> melissa, thank you. we'll have a check of your forecast when we come back.
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good morning, everybody. windy and rainy outside. it's headed up into the shenandoah valley, all of 95 is wet. you may want to call ahead if you're flying out of today.
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delays nicest day is wednesday, turning cooler and dryer into t describe into the weekend
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♪ we're back now, 8:30 on this monday morning. 2017, charlie has come out on the plaza, to say hi to everybody. happy to have him here, i found this woman who is great.
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she has some mind trying. start today challenge. >> one of the drarlgs of the rio olympics, laury hernandez is here. and you saw it here first we are revealing the hottest fashion trends you'll be spotting everywhere this year. >> all right. first mr. roker, how about a check of this weather? >> take a look at alex pickett. what are you? >> it's for laury. she's going to teach me how to be a gymnast. go to facebook. >> okey-dokey. i think it's going to take more than the outfit. >> windy and rainy in the east, mountain snow out west, and rain in southern colorado. we're going to look for things finally drying out in the east, snow around the upper great lakes and the latter part of the week, we are expecting temperatures to beni
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out in the east. a little cooler out west, and a little drier throughout the rest of the country. that's what's going on. here's what's happening in your neck of the wides. >> some steady rain moving into -- gaithersburg and also near leesburg, but that's heading toward the shenandoah valley, but when you get close tore culpeper that's where you're seeing -- even farce to the south. that rain will continue to move in. temperaturewise mostly in the mid 40s right now, but for today, 52 for a high temperature, windy and rain counter. winds could be gusting near 45 miles an hour. very nice. go to the weather channel on cable. >> all right. thank you, al. now to more of our start today. live 100 series is all about mindfuls in. >> how is that working out for
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you? >> you know how i lose everything. i wanted to start working on different parts of things. so life success coach angie has me on this 30-day plan to stop overcommitting. take a look. >> hi, how are you? >> in skype sessions and in person. >> get it out of this space and on to paper. >> angie has spending the month getting me to be more mind of. angie's miss is to bring her clients clarity and pass in their stressful lives. >> there are times when you wake up in the morning, you open your eyes, nothing has happened, and you already feel like stressed out somehow. i just want to wake up refreshed. >> exactly. you feel bothered, and you don't even no why. a lot of
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the mind has been busy in the background talking, and worrying about things, arguing with people in your head, like have you ever done that? like you catch yourself, and something happened early that morning, and you're still in the shower, like, what a waste of energy that is. so what i want to do for you this month and to help you re-claim that lost energy. so you can be more product tariff and organized. >> my areas are organization and over-committing by saying yes too often, so i feel like i can't organize all my thoughts, stuff, prioritize, things that need to get done. >> it's all about awareness. you have to start to pay attention to your thoughts, what's going on in there? where is your mind spending most of its assignment. >> thinking of it as a house is the best way to organizer
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thoughts. the most month room, the mission room. that's your to do lest. >> the things you can accomplish. >> right now. what can we do today right now? >> the things you can't control, leave those to a faith or higher power, but putting them in the god room. >> what are the things that go in there. >> uncertainties, things that are facts, that are issues. >> then there's the trash for seblgd guessing and assumptions. >> so as the mind brings that to you and you say, you know what? thank you for that, now throw it away. >> it's out. >> it's done, it's over. go straight back to the mission room and get to work. >> in addition to working on nutrition and fitness on air, my mission for the month has also been to keep my mindfulness in check. why angie and i do not live in the same cities, we did find a way to stay in touch. >> i need an update on getting organized. >>
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pouch. in the pouch, my work i.d. -- hold on, this is proof. my keys, my lip stick, i have to tell you i didn't realize something so small and tiny could make life simple. >> there's a lot of this stuff that's to absent-minded, we keep going through live and thing if we had jur have five minutes to think how can i make this better, it's simple. so we'll two was learning how to say no. it's about knowing the limits of your mind and knowing what it can handle and what it can handle safely. >> sometimes you're like running on empty. >> don't say an immediate yes. i get why you -- just stop and pause. if you're overextending yourself, you're no good to anybody. now you're
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so don't tell joy, whatever you do. she'll get mad at me. >> i love her idea. take your commitments, and the things you have to do every day. you have to come to work, you have to feed the kids, go to the grocery store, walk the dog, et cetera. then when you add another commitment, you have to subtract one. get your husband to walk the dog. if you have to make cookies. she says instead of piling on your list is so long you're drowning, and that's been helping a lot. >> i love the point you make that we all get so wound up about things, and if you stop in the middle of being wound up and say, do i really have any control over that? if the answer is no -- >> throw it away. >> get rid of it. it's like the trash room and the god rooms are the two big rooms. once you get those out of the way you have such clear sailing. she's really .
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>> i love it. for the entire plan head to, and let us now hour your journey is going, we might reach out. how is life treating laury hernandez? >> she's about to tell us. first, thiis "today" on nbc.s
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back now at 8:30. the world was introduced and enchanted by 16-year-old fernandez, gold medal winning final five. she became as the human emoji. laury hernandez, hi. we hung out in rio, we had a thing, me and you. it's been several months to sort of wrapped up.
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what has life, it's definitely been a giant whirlwind. lots of media, lots of like different new experiences that i never would have experienced a year or two ago. is it what you expected? >> i'm not sure exactly what it was -- >> you're so smart to write this book. they saw you on that tv, the titles, i got this, where did that originate from? >> basically i was a bit nervous before competing at the olympics, and i had like this nervous tic, and like you can do it, and before i went up there, i said i got this to myself. and it went viral. >> were you calm, when you stepped up to do your routine,
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physically feel calm or the heart-pounding freaking out thing. >> i usually have that right before i go on. then right before you got up on the beam, a lot of people would say, wow, 16 years old. like life has been amazing. you had issues going through this. how did you get through those? >> basically as a gymnast, everyone knows injuries come and go. mine happens in the middle of the year. i had to get surgery on my knee. i remember just laying in my couch, man, my knee hurts really
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bad. >> i felt in love with your entire family. i had a little breakdown, because practice was really rough. this poor waitress kept bringing out piles of issues. she was like, i'm going to save these, and i'm like, you guys are crazy. we went on to eat as a family, and my sister gave my the goodie back. you felt you couldn't believe in yourself, we were there for you, so it was a defining moment. you looked up the
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shawn johnson and she won a goal. you thought to your solicit, my gosh, i can do that at some point i looked and saw the gymnast doing splits, i was like, i want to do what she does, and i want to be like her. i want to go to the olympics and my mom said, okay, and she put me in in. tell me the order in which ear going to do those things. >> as soon as i find my -- shopping, yeah, i don't, not lately, i haven't been shopping. >> first date? >>
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doesn't want me to have a date mom's okay with it, but this look is inspires for young people and for moments with kids, but i can't believe you're on the 16 years old. 2020? >> possibly. i had such a good time and experience, i would leave to go back. >> again the book is called "i got this." laury will be back with us. wore gazing into our crystal ball, but first, this is "today" on nbc. eview the hottest fashion trends. first, this is "today" on nbc. ♪
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♪ back, w, back now at 8:47. forecasting the trends we're talking about prints, even power sleeves. we have the favorite fashions, lori, yoha
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us? >> i have. >> let's talk first closet staples. the first, the crisp white blouse. >> aren't you surprised? if our models will come out, we'll show you why this is a trend. we all have a white shirt in our closet, but for 2017, ladies, if you'll just step -- we have here on tatiana, actually this is the h & m tie-front blouse. you can see here if you're wary about a trend, this is a good entry point. >> figure flattering. >> and really classic. if you want to get trendier, we marry that with the trend of the power sleeve. if you put your hand on your hips, you can see how that falls. that'sy kay lab, which is kohl's new line. really adorable. that spells, very boho. >> it is. >> very
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of the year, gingham is a trend. >> it is. don't you love it? what i love most about this print is we're used to see it more like dorothy from the "wizard of oz." this is black and white. it feels sleeker. this is from asos, under $50. it has a thicker grid, so it feels more modern for 2017. you'll see it on everything from skirts to accessories. >> good transitional piece. >> exactly. you can throw a white t-shirt on and she's good for the entire season. >> i love you in gingham. >> let's move on to the table top. another big trend, a lot of pink and yellow. >> exactly. a perfect segue. what we're seeing in terms of colors is this bubblegum pink on apparel, but natalie, on accessories, that can be more difficult to put
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for accessories. it's on everything from shoes to bag to sneakers. >> i love those. >> even bracelets, the delicate fringe, and then yellow. so i don't know about you -- you have a great skintony. >> not for everyone, but with accessories it can be. as we get closer to the warmer months, it starts on to go in this neon yellow -- actually canary yellow from draper, so really fun, easy to wear. if you're wary of either of those colors. >> get that pop of color in there. >> and talk about jewelry and earrings. >> this is the trend that anybody, no matter age or size or budget can try. it's all about a shoulder duster. the bugger the
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shorter, and even sort of the fringe you're seeing, that '70s feel, something preppier from kate spade. >> the mini clutches. >> they're so much fun, they're really affordable. this one $12. 20 bucks from target. >> the smaller the bag, though, you don't lose things as often. >> that's true. the nice thing is you can see -- they do come in really different styles, so no matter your aesthetic, you can work it? >> let's talk shoes. forts the stilettos. it's a low block heel. are your feet rejoicing? >> yes. >> all under $100. it's perfect for the spring. they're all open-toed, and you can wear these from jeans and a t-shirt so a dress. >> i love t
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lori, thank you so much. >> thank you, natalie. >> you can find more on these looks and your other hot phase on we're back in a moment. thank you. well done, ladies. m/ to thrive in an ever-changing environment, companies must adapt. but one thing should remain constant - a financial relationship with someone that understands and cares about your business. pnc corporate and institutional banking offers strategies tailored to your company's needs.
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first up, mary from who burn, massachusetts. she owned her own home improvement company, and did not retire until she was in her 90s. genevieve henderson, 101 years old. a proud grandma from new orleans. can 23 grandkids, 150 great-great grandkids add two great-great-great grandkids. >> my goodness. happy he 'flying to florida to play golf with matt. unbelievable. >> i gotta go. >> she has been in the same apartment for 60 years. got bless. mary of peabody, massachusetts, 104 years old, attended her 80
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college reunion. that is spectacular. a happy 100th birthday to henry bonk of west hartford, connecticut, a guy whose name is a sound effect. he started his own safety and supply business out of the trunk of his car. it was successful for 50 years. please don't forget a photo. she sheetrocked over the door i my dressing room. after your local news.
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good morn, the man, the myth the guy who gave me a lift, john crenna. jerry o'donnell and rebecca romaine, on the offscreen romance on screen. a chicken dinner, coming up right now. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is "today's take." live from studio 1 d 1a in rockefeller plaza. it says friday in the teleprompter. it's monday morning.
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the reason you're sick, typhoid mary last week came in ill, and said i'm not contagious. everyone around here, i got a cold, adam. >> tammy is sick. >> she has infect ed -- but i feel better. >> no, i'm like ferris buehler's day off. just go and have fun. >> okay, so you're beating the told cold pretending it doesn't exist. i like that. >> i noticed immediately, so basically you knew -- >> actually i didn't make enough simple syrup. >> so you like less sugar. >> i like this. i didn't have a c
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>> are you -- >> when john cena is in the house, thinks my real height, this is cena height. >> wow. it's friday, somewhere. >> there's a joke about the cushion. friday, of course was inauguration,ed transfer of power, peaceful transfer, and then it followed saturday with what we also know as democracy. absolutely. it was interesting, in that it rained a bit, but it was the weather wasn't too bad. >> we showed video of mike pence.
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>> i heard something about this. >> joe biden. it's not like there are -- it's not like angela merkel comes by and -- >> they all know who you are. they all know mr. roker, except for make -- well, mike pence knows -- >> listen, he had a busy day. at the inaugural, i tried to repeat the moment from the vice president from 2013. >> i got candy. >> give me a break. give me a break for a kit kat bar! >> and you brought a strong candy game. >> i did. i had the york peppermint -- >> he looked like a kid in the cereal aisle,
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no, no, just keep walking. >> you were along the parade route. >> yes, i was thinking about you the whole time. i got a lot of twitter traffic about my hat. there's some people who said i looked like paddington. it does have a cute paddington look at it. >> at the last minute i bought a rain hat. i'm happy i did the hat. >> yeah, you're supposed to flip it up with a little style. an tamron hall on it. >> when you hang out with john cena, you can refer to yourself in the third person. >> yeah. yeah. >> a little tamron hall on it. >> don't even know what that means. >> al, i think we both just hit the friday. >> i
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the last time we talked about carpooled karaoke. >> you guys helped my out. >> no, i think i set you up. >> i would never do that. >> can you explain? >> i absolutely can. that's mean and shaquille o'neal, who i called out on this very show. i want to do carpool karaoke. shaq reached out to me like, yo, man, we've got to do this. then we did it. that was just -- i filmed it this week. thank you, guys for making it happen. >> in a parking lot with krispy kreme doughnuts. >> yeah, we hung out, he took me out for doughnuts. >> why do you look like you're my size in that picture. >> because shaq is enormous. >> he's huge. >> can we look at that again? >> without. matt lauer referred to john cena as a wall of cement. >> that's like a knee-high bar.
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wall. >> yes, he is. >> it was actually a bunch of fun. a very odd pairing in the car, probably not the most on-key carpool karaoke. >> that's what karaoke is all about. you just have fun. >> it's coming soon. coming soon. it's me and shaq. it's because of you guys and the "today" show. >> he owns a krispy kreme. >> you are selling that too hard. >> i may or may not be. it was fun, a blast. >> you -- shaq owns a krispy kreme? >> yeah, in like a famous atlanta landmark. people knew he was the boss when he went in there. >> my admiration for shaq has gone up even farther. >> atlanta gets to go to the super bowl, and -- >> there is a correlation with you and the super bowl, and the super bowl opponent. >> yeah, good news, atlanta gets to go to the super wl
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bad news they play new england, and super bowl is in two weeks, so what are you going to do this week? i'll tell what you ear going to do. watch the royal rumble, you know why? the main attraction is a.j. styles, who happens to be atlanta the first is yours truly, who happens to be from new england. you can get the nfl. we're giving you the super bowl. >> like a preview. >> before the super bowl. who is that man in this video? >> that's me. i take the suit off, it gets weird and things happen. >> that's you? >> yes, that's -- >> exactly like that. >> this suited version of the anchorman you? >> this is the clark kent, and then the superman happens and it literally is new england versus atlanta for the championship. >> so this guy from atlanta is taking on you? >> yes, he's trying to. >> this fellow. >> this person. this man we don't
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there and it's gob to be's. in a week where the nfl has a rest -- are you confidence you're going to win? >> you know what? yes, i am. i have to be. it's like, hey, tom brady, you made it this far. >> well, you know, i didn't think be would -- you can't give it away. >> what are you doing? it's like, hey, what's the playbook for atlanta? >> you are in trouble, guy from atlanta. >> hoover you are. >> whoever you are. >> to be named later. >> after you're beaten by john cena, and that's his real name. atlanta, this will be the first super bowl since 1999, yesterday was the last day in that stadium. >> they did the georgia dome proud, and we hosted a wrestle mania in the georgia dome. you have a personal connection. >> life always goes back to
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hey, that's what i do. it's worked out well. >> i'm glad they sent the stadium out on a high note. >> how many anchormen have you worked with that look like this? >> not a single one. >> this man would bench press every anchorman you have ever worked with. >> i agree. you're one in a million. >> i don't know, i'm just -- >> a humble -- >> humble guy talking about news and stuff. [ laughter ] >> this is the seventh super bowl. how many -- you, my friend -- well, see, this is the cool thing, literally parallel. if i can win at the royal rumble, i become a 16time champion. if tom brady can win, he's a five, the most in nfl history. i think maybe tom brady and i are sharing the light. >> you know what you should do? you are share as well. the coat, tom brady.
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>> that's real. >> no, no, wait a second that's tom brady's john cena impression. that's all that is. >> what about this? the atlanta falcons team owner, i think we have a new celebration dance for you. after the game, the owner of the -- there he is, in the red jacket, can't miss it. >> oh, he's not -- i -- but he's giving it his best shot. >> that is like a -- like a stationary mac arenna kind of thing? >> he did one of these. >> this is where you live. >> i look forward to -- >> that's john cena. i'm going to do the big belichick dance. >> i've never seen that. >> that's it. boom, mr. excitement. bill belichick. here's a question. are you an elton
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are you a super fan? >> nots a super as you guys. >> we have a big contest. we're going to give you a taste what it's all about. >> he looks like the guy who says -- >> that's it. and foxy brown is coming up over here. man. >> and foxy brown coming up. there she is. the whole dang deal. >> that's we'll be right back. too muc fun. and it's called work. ♪ look at you, saving money on your medicare part d prescriptions. at walgreens we make it easy for you to seize the day by helping you get more out of life and medicare part d. now with zero-dollar copays on select plans... ...and rewards points on all prescriptions, walgreens has you covered. so drop by and seize the savings! walgreens. at the corner of happy and healthy.
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my barista is the best. >> try that. >> is that al roker's secret? >> al hatted more sugar to my coffee. >> why didn't you just tick your finger in there and stir? >> why did that -- oh, because i'm so sweet? >> i tried. elton john launching a competition with youtube, asking people to create a music video for his songs that don't have official videos, so we decided to take on the challenge. we're not actually entering, but we thought we would give you inspirati inspiratio awthere. th '70s look. >> look at al roker. >> as in "mod squad." you look so good. >> i actually had that outfit. >> here wes go foxie brown. >> i didn't know you played
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i just moved my fingers. i was -- this costume was based on beyonce's character from the austin powers. we sent in a picture, that's what i want to look like. see, that was a moment. what did you think? if we were in it, would we win it? because you're about winning. >> i thought the video was spectacular, unbelievably entertaining, bus i'm not about winning. i was entertained. >> like the gaed from atlanta. >> you're going to be about winning tomorrow. >> not tomorrow. on sunday! >> because today is not friday. >> you can go ahead the super bowl, sunday, guy from atlanta, you're going down. >> sunday sunday! >> russell ignited america. >> by the way, there's only one week left. go to today-com for the
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the other two songs are "rocket man" and "tiny dancer. ♪ softly ♪ slowly >> you should walk into the ring with this. ♪ hold me closer tiny dancer >> i love it. i can see it now. al walking in behind you. >> this is so good. >> you know he's shirtless when he walks in. >> i know. that's what i was counting on. >> you're blushing. you think that was wrong? take a look at this. >> so wrong. everyone dreaming of dunking a basketball, one using a table, and it may not be the best idea. >> oh! hi all right. pal was fine, the only thing bruised was his
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>> it's always the friend who says the person's fine. i want to see the video of the person saying he's fine. >> he couldn't because he's in the hospital. >> one more time. just one more time. and yeah! >> trying to bring it back -- >> your friends with gravity stay friends with gravity. >> have you ever had a fall like that? >> yes. from the top of the turnbuckle. watch from wwe. i don't do well, i fall all the time. but i'm going to do well this sunday, because i'm going to fall on the guy from atlanta. mr. roker reached a milestone. he's at 1 million followers on twitter! >> congratulations. >> thank you. >> what is your secret. i only have 300,000, are you sending out personal dms? >> i'm giving people kit kat bars. >> what
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person get. >> a hearty handshake. >> let's get you to 2 million. push. >> especially in april when we go to -- >> wrestlemania. >> that's right! >> why are you talking like that? >> i don't know. >> we are doing that. let's do the weather. >> follow me on twitter. >> right now for today a nor'easter coming off the coast, a lot of wind, a lot of rain, airport delays, high-profile vehicle, blowing around, so be careful. more wet weather out in california today, afternoon highs, warmer in the east, and we'll see that continue into the midweek. here's what's happening in your neck of the woods. good morning right here at home it's a cloudy and wet day. moderate rain into the northern neck of virginia. these will
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then -- >> you can decide who you naturally want to talk to. it's up to you. >> i say, i know themes i'll talk to them. >> exactly. so you might introduce yourself. once you're having that conversation, what is the perfect icebreaker question? >> i don't know. whats it? >> i hate party like this, don't you? what brings you here tonight? or did you catch the game yesterday? you might say that. i don't know. but you want to find that common ground right off the bat. instantly you have something in common, and you bring in the conversation from there. >> third one is awkward silence. >> it happens to the best of us. if there's an awkward silence, do you comment on something they're wearing, bring someone new into the conversation, or allow that silence to linger? then i tell the person i'm holding you hostage. >> but meet
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okay. if the if french elevator music is playing, certainly you know it's time for valentine's day. we have something perfect to get you into the mood "love lock." >> it's about a woman who returns to paris after two decades only to be reconnected with her first love. >> jerry o'connell places jack after 20 years a part. they have a lot of catching up to do. >> hey, so, what are you painting these days? >> my nails. not really painting anymore. >> what? why? that's terrible. >> i have an art magazine. it's only in new york, but we have a nice little following. >> oh, that's
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it's not what i planned, but it's worked out well. >> yeah, well, life is what happens when you're making plans. we both know that. >> okay. a little awkward, but we're guessing that it picks up as the movie goes on. >> good to see you guys. >> the beauty is you go to paris to shoot this movie. how great was that? >> amazing. >> without our children, by the way. so it was like -- >> extra special. >> and you missed them every minute? >> actually, negative. >> that's all we talked about. we -- the move is called "love lock," which is about the locks these put on the bridges in paris, because they're being removed. the panels are so heavy they're kind of doing destruction to these beautiful landmarks there's only one section where the locks still exist, but we had been in paris three weeks before we got this movie, and we
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bridge. we went back three weeks later, and our lock had been removed. we believe by the person who sold it to us. >> we were very happy to do this film, because we got to put another lock on the bridge. >> i got to do the same thing with nicole. i don't want to go back to see if it's been removed. we each kept the key. it's a special place for me. i was excited to have you guys here. >> you're going to love it. why don't you come over to the house and watch it with us. >> that sounds good. if i can get away from beating people up at night, i'll make it over there. >> it's a watch party. then the 8-year-old twins can crawl in bed. >> sure, and they do. >> i heard your place is sold out. >> the bed has too many bodies in it, dogs, cats, children, jo we're not exactly short people.
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we'll make room for john and his wife. >> just randomly pop up. is there a movie on? >> not tonight, but come on in anyway. >> how fun is it to work together? >> it's really fun. >> it was really fun. >> in the month-long shoot we did, we shared a trailer, we shared a hotel room. >> carpooled to work every day. >> only one fight. >> what was it about? what happened? >> jerry? >> we were on set and i was maybe telling my wife what to do in a scene. that's not my place. >> are you a director? >> no, i'm not. >> you're like our therapist. $75 for that hour where i cried about my mom. [ laughter ] no, i immediately apologized, dr. roker, thank you, and i'm very sorry, it won't happen again, but we had a fun time. >> we did. >> i've seen the mie and you can see
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having. >> are your girls interested if doing this, in acting? >> well, funny you say that. this weekend -- there they were right there. they were in the "lion king". >> we can tell one of these for sure has the bug, and there is nothing that anybody can do about it. >> just let her do her thing? >> yeah, hopefully we'll keep her in school plays for as long as possible. >> let her go. i want to make some money off of her. get her in a tv show. >> second fight. >> second fight coming. >> thank you. >> i do want to say i saw you at the hallmark party, but i have that cool dog show presented by royal canin tonight. >> and the al roker mistries we'll be doing. and it premieres on
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astros, things linger in your head and you're not getting eight hours. there's a lot of things keeping us up, but there's simple things can you do at home, even at a hotel, and the first thing is get a thermometer, put it -- at the bedside here, because you sleep at 60 to 67 degrees is the perfect temperature. you have to be cool. that helps you initiate sleep to get you into deeper sleep. another little simple thing is a red lightbulb. that creates ambience in the room. your brain is looking for cues to tell it it's time to go to sleep. what's nice about this is it blocks the blue light that's going to limb releasing of melatonin. red light bulbs -- is that it? >> that is it. >> is it not red? >> you can get an actual red --
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don't see it? [ laughter ] the other thing you can do is leap naked. when you sleep naked -- >> woo-hoo! yeah. >> i confess, i do. i can't sleep with pajamas on. it's too confining. >> and you're overheated. both of those are good for antiaging and repair and growth hormones. >> so it's a legit reason. >> i travel a lot, so it's probably difficult to travel with glad, but even if i don't have a thermometer, cool it down, dim the lights, and sleep naked. >> and keep a robe nearby. >> surprise for them if they knock on the door. >> for us all. >> and amp from home there's simple things. you can get lavender. >> i do this. i do this. >> great. it's been used for ages to increase anxiety and also calm the nervous system. you just spray a bit on your pillow. it smells wonderful. >> they have some
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used with my nieces especially when they were younger. >> it's really a wonderful thing. something very simple is a travel hue fitter. battery op operated, and a simple water bottle will turn this into a water tank. >> why does that help you sleep? >> when you're away from home, you can be in a environment that's drying. >> hotels like with the forced-air heat. >> decreased congestion. >> and small enough you can pack it in your suitcase. >> and grab the pillow. you'll need this for the next thing. a simple stretch. stretching can calm you down, calm the nervous system. so grab a pillow. if you want to try this with me. you bend one knee and the sole of the foot on the inside, and then bend like, this is called the sleeping swan. so then you come down on your pillow, and
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very relaxing, believe it or not, and you come back up and do the opposite leg. that's a simple stretch. >> but it's all great advice. >> the hotel menu. >> we have to go, we're told. >> in your hotel, get the -- just take a simple towel. roll it up and underneath the door to block that light. >> okay. i don't lynn to him. >> what's in this guy today? >>. okey-dokey. a look at the week ahead. here net east we're going to be talking about this nor'easter causing a lot of airport delay, a real met out there for today into tomorrow. out west mountain snows and rain in southern california as well. as we get into the midweek period, we do
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around the upper great lakes, not too bad out west. generally things calm down. we do have some snow back through western pennsylvania, but nice, sunny and mild through a rest of a good portion of the country. here's what happening in your neck of the wides. some light scattered showers. nothing very heavy right now, but off to the west, close to the shenandoah valley. that's where we find areas of heavy rain, that's moving up to the north, so we'll be seeing that closer to lunchtime today. also the wind advisory. winds could be gusting near 45 miles per hour, a rainy, windy day. into the evening, we saw the rain around early tomorrow, and then it looks good for the rest of the week. up next or man ryan scott with one of the tasteiest chicken dishes you will ever eat. it's hear
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this morning. we're friends, my man. that hurt. what that i can this mediterranean? >> cut out the red meat, add fish, put some chicken in there, so al roker some thighs. chicken thighs. garlic, onions, capers, olive, pep ron chinni, zinger, and tomatoes. we have cooked together, before. >> it was awful -- not because of you. >> you rolling dough was fun to watch. >> the dpie did not turn out. >> book, look at that. >> look at that. >> what you want to do is put the chicken thigh with the skin side down. it's delish and good for you. you want to get it nice and crispy to have that contrast of flavor, to where you get all this good stuff on the bo
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of. >> that's money. f-o-n-d. we have a bunch of fond. >> so throw the onions in there, and then add the pepperoncini. >> john, you can get this. >> i got it. >> hold the pan to make sure you can push the spoon and get all the bits off the bottom. >> you're doing good. >> next add garlic, capers and olives. a bit more olive oil, because we're cutting out the butter. we're going to add some tomatoes in there -- i'm sorry. >> #fond. >> #messedthatoneup. >> there's a theme. now it is stewing. we love it. we take the chicken thighs, nestle those
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nestle the thighs in the sauna of tomatoes -- >> these very sensual. you like that? >> what you do, mr. cena and mr. roker, we pop this in the on upat 375 for 20 minutes. they come out gorgeous, looking like that, you cannot have a diet without a beautiful delicious salad, so pop over here, take the -- >> this is one of those days. >> let's go for it. c'mon, al, you have a joke for this, al. so what you do -- grate the could you comer, let it sit with a bit of salad. you take the cucumbers, now wring out all the liquid from here, and put it inside the bowl. what we're doing is take the liquid out of the cucumber to mix the salad. kale, sour cream,
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>> you could use yogurt. >> that's actually yogurt. pop them in -- >> it broke, though. >> okay. i would add -- >> basically ends up looking like this. how do you like it, tamron? >> it is, despite the chaos in the kitchen, absolutely delicious. >> there you go. >> and you have a beautiful salad. >> the recipes at we're back in a moment, but first this is "today" on nbc.
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so much fun with so much fun with john cena. >> and the fun continues. >> yes, it does. >> we have chris jansen, and your mindfulness. >> don't ask. nobody knows.
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9:257 is your time now. good morning to you. fairfax county police are trying to track down whoever shot at officers this morning. they say shots were fired at a police cruiser near georgetown pike in the great falls area. police are looking for a white four-door sedan that may have a shattered passenger window. call police if you know anything about the situation. storm team 4
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>> hi. good morning. not only the rain, but we're talking about the wind across the area. the heaviest is down around fredericksburg. i think we'll see most around lunchtime, but today is all moving in from the south, some showers left over for the evening drive. >> thank you, coming up on midday, we'll tell you how long it will take to tear down those structures on the national mall. we'll see you at 11:00. have a great day.
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