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good morning. breaking news. gunmen open breaking news, gunmen open fire inside a kweb beck city mosque. six people killed, eight injured, two suspects being questioned by police right now. ban backlash. growing protests all across the country against president trump's executive order on immigration. the white house defending the ban saying it's about terror not religion. top lawmakers on both sides of the aisle voicing their concerns. >> we don't have religious tests in this country. >> it's mean spirited, unamerican. >> senator schumer joins us live as nbc news learns the pres
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could come as soon as today. and crippling outage, computer problems force delta to ground all domestic flights overnight. they're back flying but scrambling to make up hundreds of cancellations today, monday, january 30th, 2017. from nbc news, this is "today." with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> and good morning everyone. welcome to today on a monday morning. hoda filling in for savanna this week. >> great to be here. what a busy weekend it was. >> we're starting off with a busy week. let's get right to that breaking news overnight. there has been a deadly shooting at a canadian mosque during evening prayers, it is being labeled a terrorist attack. we are at the scene in kweb beck city. >> reporter: this morning two suspects are in
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gunfire erupted at the islamic center here in kweb beck city. it is an act the canadian prime minister is calling a terrorist attack. it's left six dead, eight others injured. fear and confusion after gunfire interrupts prayers. paramedics rushing to the mosque filled with more than 50 worshippers when the shots started ringing out. in a statement overnight prime minister justin trudeau calling the shooting a terrorist act on muslims. adding it is heart wrenching to see such senseless violence. this morning quebec city police confirming two suspects were arrested shortly after the shooting. investigators say the motive of the attack remains unknown. it comes just days after president trump's controversial immigration ban sparked international outrage. the president's executive order prompting prime minister trudeau to tweet, to those fleeing persecution, terror and war, canadians will welcome you
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diversity is our strength. the premiere of quebec echoing trudeau's message. >> we should work together, strive to build together a society which will be even more open. >> reporter: the quebec city mosque has been a target of hate before. last june someone left a pig's head at the front door during ramadan, but this latest incident has authorities in the state beefing up security. overnight new york police stepping up patrols at mosques throughout the city. we're told demonstrators will gather in front of the mosque tonight in support with the muslim community here. back to you, matt. >> thank you very much. and now to more on that growing outrage over president trump's controversial immigration order. demonstrations were held coast to coast last night, but the white house is showing no sign of backing down. we have complete coverage from the white house to the airports and we're going to talk to senate minority leader chuck schumer but let us begin with nbc's peter
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the criticism has been fierce. this morning the white house is claiming the implementation of president trump's travel ban is, quote/unquote, a massive success story, but the swift reaction from around the country shows a very different reality. overnight another surge of protests against president trump's controversial executive order. demonstrators at san francisco's airport met by riot police, capping off a weekend of massive demonstrations. including many at airports across the country. and the streets around the white house. hillary clinton offering her support to demonstrators, tweeting, this is not who we are. in the face of those protests this assessment from team trump. >> what you're seeing is a small reaction from a small number of people. >> reporter: amid the chaos president trump is defending his actions. the statement reading, to be clear, this is not a muslim ban as the media is falsely reporting. this is not about el
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our country safe. but trump's argument is seemingly contradicted by one of his advisors. rudy guiliani telling fox news trump consulted him and others. >> when he first announced it he said muslim ban, he called me up he said put a commission together, show me the right way to do it legally. >> reporter: while trump's order bans refugees, migrants and foreign nationals from seven mostly muslim countries the president points out that 40 different majority muslim countries worldwide are not affected. >> it's working out very nicely, you see it at the airports, you see it all over. >> reporter: a growing chorus of critics disagree. >> this executive order was mean spirited and unamerican. >> reporter: even some republicans are urging caution. >> we have an extreme vetting proposal that didn't get the vetting it should have had. >> i think we need to be careful. >> reporter: senators john mccain and lindsey graham slamming the move as a self inflicted wound in the fight against terrorism. trump accusing
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looking to start world war iii. the reaction worldwide was swift. canada's prime minister tweeting this photo welcoming a refugee said his country would take those banned by the u.s. and iran's foreign minister attacked trump's order blasting it as a great gift to extremists and their supporters. late sunday the new head of homeland security john kelly tried to clear up confusion, insisting green cardholders will not be blocked from returning to the u.s. saying it's in the national interest. white house officials backed up their boss, comparing trump's order to action taken by president obama in 2011 restricting visas to iraqi refugees after a threat. >> i can't imagine too many people out there watching this right now think it's unreasonable to ask a few more questions from someone traveling in and out of libya and yemen before being let loose in the united states. >> i think in terms of the upside being greater protection of our borders of our people, it's a small price to pa
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fierce backlash, trump's reshuffling of his national security council making steve bannon a regular member while top ranking intelligence and military officials will attend only while discussing issues, quote, pertaining to their responsibilities and expertise. >> having the chief strategist for the president in those meetings who has a significant military background to help guide what the president's final analysis is going to be is crucial. >> reporter: to be clear, bannon's addition to the national security council is unusual, advisors from the political side of the white house are generally not included in the meetings, certainly not on a permanent basis. president obama's former national security adviser called president trump's move stone cold crazy after a week of crazy. the white house is also trying to tamp down another controversy after it failed to mention jews or the jewish community by name on its statement on national holocaust remembrance day saturday. aids sahe
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all who suffered including the jewish people. >> peter, thank you. mel ber is the chief legal correspondent. he has the fact check on all of this. you hear about terminology, people roughing to this as a muslim ban. are muslims even mentioned in the executive order? >> that is the controversy, matt. this executive order does not mention muslims or islam by name. it uses countries, but experts say that in its effect it will ban muslims from those selected countries and still allow in likely more christians. >> when you're talking about the refugees, arie, trump seems to be wondering what all this fuss is about, the demonstrations and court orders and we did talk about it in peter's piece that president obama had done something similar back in 2011 when it came to iraqi refugees. is there a difference here? >> there is a difference. this is all about basically donald trump saying, look, barack obama did this.
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all about, though, was slowing the vetting and the entries for iraqis because it was a war torn country based on a specific threat. it was never a complete ban and it didn't involve those other countries. >> president trump says this is about protecting us from terror brought in from overseas. if you look at the last 15 years and the terror attacks that have taken place on u.s. soil and you compare the sources of those attacks with the countries on those lists, is there overlap? >> this is the most important point and probably the largest legal problem for the administration. the travel ban list is these seven countries. it is true that they have been cited in prior laws. it is not true that they were cited by the congress as a source of immigrant exported terror. that is very important and to your question, matt, you can look at some of the largest attacks we have had on the home front in 9/11, 15 of the 19 from saudi arabia, two from uae, egypt and lebanon, other attacks tel
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immigrants on basically a basis of being a family member, as well as that terrible orlando nightclub shooting, that was an american there born to afghan immigrants. even when you look up the chain in the family, what we find here [000:10:13;00] distinction is none of these seven countries have actually sent people who have been involved in these deadly attacks. they were named for a different reason, matt. they were named as a plate that were basically dangerous to visit when europeans on the visa killers. >> thank you very much. joined now by senator chuck schumer. senator, nice to see you. good morning. >> glad to be here. >> everybody knew this was coming, democrats knew it was coming, republicans knew. anyone who paid attention to the campaign for the last year knew that donald trump was going to do this in some form. you got very upset about this. is it the breadth of the order, the implementation of it, the message, what? >> yes, all of them. first, it was done in such a
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sloppy and patrol, customs didn't even know about it. there were major holes in how it was done. it almost seems like back of the envelope. even for those who might be for this, i am certainly opposed, the slap dash way it was done was appalling and created the chaos. much more importantly this will make us less safe. john mccain is exactly right, it will encourage lone wolves here in america, they have created most of the terrorism. the biggest problems we have had with terrorism are not from these countries. in fact, there's something called the visa waiver program which allows people from france or belgium, places where there are known terrorists to come in no questions asked. i don't even get what they were getting at because they' not stopping terror, they're instead doing what is in effect as rudy guiliani said a muslim ban. that is against what america is all about. >> we sat together on the day of the inauguration in washington a little more than a week ago you
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said you thought it was crucial for democrats against some of the things donald trump wants to do. what do you intend to do about it? what power do you have? >> this evening i will ask for a vote on the floor of the senate to repeal this. senator feinstein has carefully thought out legislation to repeal this. i hope mitch mcconnell allows that vote. already 11 republicans, not just the ones you have shown, have spoken out against it. we should repeal this and then we should sit down in a careful thoughtful way, figure out ways we need to tighten up things against terrorism. >> speaking out against it on the republican side is very different from then taking the next step. >> let's hope they will do it because this is what america is all about. yesterday i sat with two families, one a brave man from iraq who had served as a translator and his life was threatened pause he was translating for our soldiers. he came in january 5th. had the order been january 1st he would have been dead. another family whose parents,
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grandparents, were americans. suicide bombl their religious affiliation. they, too, could have been dead. this is a blanket ban, it hurts innocent people and doesn't stop terrorism. it's just appalling. >> all of this happening as many of donald trump's nominees for cabinet positions, key cabinet positions, are still waiting action. i think only two of 15 have actually been approved. are you willing to connect the dots? >> yes. tonight is another thing i will do is ask that they delay the nomination, the vote, on mr. tillerson for secretary of state because when he was questioned in committee and asked about a future muslim ban because we didn't know that it was occurring he was very mealy mouth. i'm going to ask for a delay, whether mcconnell grants it, they run the senate, is one thing. >> how about the other cabinet nominees. >> i think we will ask about it for every one. >> you are going to be accused of taking political hostages. >> this is so important to america. aren't the american people entitled to know the positions
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of these cabinet people before tho >> there is word that president trump's pick for the supreme court could be announced as early as today or tomorrow. >> yes. >> given what happened with merrick garland last year with the republicans howessy is this going? >> we're not looking for pay back but we're looking for two things number one and above all a candidate who will be in the mainstream. the last four nominees to the supreme court, two democrats, two -- two by a democratic president, two by a republican president got bipartisan support. will the.president nominate someone who is mainstream enough to get bipartisan support. >> has the white house reached out across the aisle? >> they've asked in general our views with nothing specific. i told them we wanted a mainstream judge. let's hope and pray he listens. >> senator, nice to have you here this morning. thank you very much. why don't we bring in nicolle wall lash and jerry bash, he served as the chief of staff at the defense department and cia. good morning to both of you guys. nicolle, let's start with you. donald trump said he was going
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to do these things in the >> and lo and behold in all the chaos he did do these things, right? so were you surprised by what happened over the weekend? >> well, i think that matt hit the nail on the head. it was the implementation that destabilized sort of the political mood which was already very, very shaky after donald trump's rather -- i think steve described it as the political shot to the system. even if you are a wild enthusiastic supporter of a ban of immigrants from these seven countries, but even if you support it it was implemented in a manner that is far less methodical. >> less than 36 hours after implementing it they had to roll back key elements of it so it seems like they weren't prepared for the fallout. >> for all the people whose hair is on fire and i have used that term before about donald trump but it does aptly describe what's going on on capitol hill the checks on donald trump's impulses seem to be appointees like general kelly and general
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mattis. general suggested letting in green cardholders. that will begin to calm the political water. >> what does that tell you about all the people around him? he made these executive orders without consulting a lot of those people. >> it throws into the spotlight something i know kept jeremy up last night which is the addition of steve bannon to the security council and intermingling of campaign staff in the deadly serious business of this country's national security. >> that move to put steve bannon at the national security enable, how unusual, how troubling is it? >> it's a strong break from precedent, matt. in the obama administration the director of national intelligence and the chairman of the joints chief of staff had a regular standing invitation to that principals committee level meeting which tease up all big decisions to the president. now they've said that someone who is the editor of breitbart, a website, can be there but the chairman of the joints chief of staff has to get an invitation. >> going back to the executive order, jeremy, there obviously
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are going to make us safer, donald trump among them. you've heard from key republicans and senator schumer, he thinks this will be used as a powerful tool by the very people we're trying to diminish. >> counterterrorism requires focus, it requires following leads, penetrating plots. if you put an entire civilian populous under suspicion you are not going to go after the true threats. the president has handed isis a major propaganda victory. they've been on social media all weekend basically inspiring, inciting people to attack americans. this is not going to make us safer at all. >> jeremy bash, nicolle wallace, thank you very much. i appreciate that. >> let's head over to mr. roker for our very first check of the weather. >> nice stretch. >> we are looking for a little bit of a clipper coming off the mid-atlantic coast bringing some snow into parts of new jersey. this next one comes in, we will look at that coming up in the next half hour. plenty of sunshine from the southwest into southern california. we're going to get to your local
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forecast coming up in the good morning. i'm meteorologist chuck bell. first wave of snow moving out, still a little burst of snowshowers and snow flurries, that'soi to come up the i-95 corridor over the next hour or so, not expecting a lot of additional accumulations with that, but snow continuing to fall on top of snow already down on the ground. temperatures at or below freezing in most neighborhoods, everything is stick to go untreated surfaces, the main
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roads are fine. afternoon temperatures will be trouble should be confined early this morning and that will be it. and that's your latest weather. matt. >> all right, al, thank you very much. coming up an overnight systems outage forces delta to temporarily ground its planes nationwide. how the airline is getting back on track this morning. and the stars align against president trump at last night's sag awards, politics and glitz at this year's awards.
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aid in glenarden. he is facing more than a dozen federal counts orc and recorded students while he worked there. a lot of delays and closings of schools today. melissa. >> looking a lot better than it was. 95 northbound at fairfax county parkway, that has cleared out of the way, southbound okay as well. 270 southbound at democracy a crash on the shoulder. beltway overall no major problems. actually fairly green in most spots. >> thank you, melissa.
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we will take a quick break and check your forecast next. stay with us. good morning, everybody. still a lot of clouds outside and a little ribbon of snowflakes moving back into the d.c. metro area, not going to be a lot of additional snow from this point forward but it will be a snow flurry or snowshower
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filled kind of a morning and afternoon as well. highs in the 30s today, back up another chance of light snow early wednesday then staying cold and dry thursday, friday and saturday. >> thank you. a lot of schools are closed and
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delayed today. >> you can find the entire list on the nbc washington app. back to "the todash." we're back now. 7:30 on this monday morning. 30th day of january, 2017. big crowd out on the plaza. we will get outside and say hi to them on a chilly morning here in the northeast. inside studio 1a matt lauer along with hoda kotb while savannah is on maternity leave. two suspects are in custody following a deadly shooting at a quebec city mosque. this happening during evening prayers, officials say at least six people were killed, eight more wounded, two suspects are in custody. canadian prime minister justin trudeau was quick to label it a terrorist attack. >> that shooting comes amid
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heightened he thinks its worldwide over president trump's order to restrict seven muslim majority nations, responding to growing protests the white house says the action is not about religion, but terror and keeping our country safe. but the world's largest body of islamic nations voiced its grave concern overnight saying trump's order will only embolden extremists. delta says there could be more cancellations today in the wake of the airlines nationwide ground stop. it was caused by a systems outage last night that forced delta to cancel at least 150 flights. let's get more on that situation now from nbc's tom costello, he is at dulles international airport. tom, good morning. >> reporter: hi, matt, good morning to you. the ceo of delta this morning is apologizing for what he calls an unacceptable situation involving this computer outage and the delays that it caused and this all started at about 6:30 p.m. last night. as you mentioned 150 flights or
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so canceled yesterday and you can imagine the big hubs affected rather dramatically, that includes atlanta, lax, dulles, the list goes on. this morning about 95 flights are delayed, not a lot of cancellations that we see, but the airline very much in the recovery mode today. no precise discussion about what exactly the computer problem was, some early discussion it may involve the weight and balance computers which determine how much fuel you have to load on to an aircraft but again no confirmation. it was last week that united airlines suffered its own significant computer outage. that caused a ground delay for several hours until they got up and running and last summer delta airline airlines had another big computer problem affecting more than 1,000 flights. that cost them $150 million. this morning delta says this problem they think has been resolved, they are waiving the change fees if you're caught in a delay or if you have had to miss a flight or you're going to have to reschedule, they will waive the change fee because of it. it should be back to normal today but it could same some
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time before the whole thing is ironed out. >> thank you, awards were held last night. while the event was filled with the usual glitz and surprises it did turn political in a hurry. here is natalie morales. >> good evening, fellow sag members and everyone at home and everyone in airports that belong in my america. >> ashton kutcher wasf8wky one e many stars expressing opinions about president trump's recent immigrant travel ban. >> julia louise dreyfus. >> julia lieuees drive if you say' acceptance speech turned serious when thee addressed the controversial ban. >> my father fled religious persecution in nazi occupied
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france and this immigrant ban is a blemish and it is unamerican. >> bryan cranston won for hbo's all the w how lbj would feel about president trump. >> i honestly feel that 36 would put his arm around 45 and earnestly wish him success and he would also whisper in his ear something he said often, just don't [ bleep ] in the soup that all of us got to eat. >> best actor in a comedy series went to william h. macy's portrayal in shameless. >> i would like to go against the strain this evening and thank president trump for making frank gallagher seem so normal. >> stranger things. >> "dranker things" earned best ensemble in a drama series and the night's biggest audience reaction. >> 1983 midwesterners will repel bullies. we will shelter freaks and
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outcasts, those who have no homes. we will get p >> other big winners, emma stone picked up best female lead for louisiana louisia-- "la la land" viola davis for best supporting actress and denzel washington surprised by his win for lead actor. >> i'm a good fearing man, i'm supposed to have faith but i didn't have faith. i said, well, you know that young boy is going to win, denzel. >> the top prize went to "hidden figures" by outstanding performance by a cast in a motion picture. >> this story is about what happens when we put our differences aside and we come together as a human race. we win. love wins. every time. >> that was a great speech and also great to see them win that one. >> no question. i know you two are big fans of that movie. >> it was so good. al, do you want to take a check
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of the weather? >> i do. let's see what's going on. our frie fact, a lot of schools including the cleveland public school system shut down this morning because of the snows
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that's what's going on around the country here is what's happening in your neck woods. good monday morning. we have the snowfall early this could be seeing a few flakes around fredricks burring up to woodbridge but that's really about it right now. later today around lunchtime don't be surprised if you see a few more flakes blowing through. around freezing so you will want to bundle up before you head out. 23 degrees gaithersburg, 33 in the district. for today 39 degrees, passing upperñk''ç 40s. >> don't%w!/ñ forget get your wr anytime you need t turn to the weather channel. did you sense a disturbance in the force. >> there has been a change in the force.:6ñ carson daly back. >> yes, he's back. i could feel him while i was doing the weather. weather board. >> we're going to get to carson in just a second. >> thank you. coming up, don't look down, the daredevil behind this
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apparently elon musk doesn't like traffic. for years the tech innovator h gridlock, but where the average l.a. commuter has limited options the billionaire who helped create the first luxury on making train travel space age, came up with an idea to do something about it tweeting this past december traffic is driving me nuts, i'm going to build a tunnel boring machine and start thinking. to the skies, but in typical atypical elon musk fashion as others have gone high he seems to have decided going low. >> we started digging a hole just in front of spacex headquarters. there is a giant hole. >> there had been a question as to how serious musk was about
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the dumb idea but at a hyper loop competition at the spacex headquarters this sunday musk not only tunnel but clarified beating traffic wasn't the only goal. >> i'm quite optimistic that tunneling can be improved by at least five fold, maybe tenfold and that's really key to a lot of technologies, road tunnels, train tunnels. >> even for the rarified tech air that elon breathes, this is ground breaking stuff. >> as far as like the pantheon of crazy elon ideas this is somewhere near the top. >> ashley vans elon musk biographer says while others blockades elon finds success. >> he is the closest thing thato we have to a real life tony stark going today. when he comes up with a totally nuts idea he is prettyú9 ;ñ the only person who has a track record of making these things
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come true. >> tony stark also moonl);7é li rather than flying through the adventure seems convent are moving society further one big innovative hole at a time. technology is one thing, the tunnel beneath los angeles will be quite complex. for now this first tunneling adventure will be contained to the spacex campus. matt and hoda, back to you. >> i want to be elon musk. i just want to come up with ideas and try them. coming up, just ahead on pop start, is a 9:00 to 5:00 reunion in the works? what dolly parton had to say about that at the sag awards. >> carson is here with steve harvey's miss universe come back right afteth. you gotta go harder. come on. hey, yo brian, brian... stop, stop playing yourself. hello mr. khaled. did you have a tax question? yes, miss tax lady. i'm in the personal training game now. the khaled exercise program. you know, shreds pounds. you feel me?
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return to that miss universe stage. sua the last competition when he announced the wrong winner on live tv. what's that? you don't remember that moment? here it is. >> colombia. >> i have to apologize. miss universe 2015 is philippines. >> so that was then and with that blunder harvey cemented himself in meme history but this time he came ready to mock himself including when he came face-to-face with miss colombia the country he incorrectly crowned in 2015. >> i know what you're thinking, is that the guy from last year? been a long year getting here, too, because, boy, i paid a price. how do people in colombia feel
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about steve harvey? >> you know, i love you. >> all right. arrived what would happen? steve didn't leave in i go to chance, he graciously accepted reading glasses from the outgoing miss universe and it worked. steve harvey correctly announcing that france was miss universe. no apology followed this time. there was also much different response online, jim adding aside from miss france steve harvey won. great hosting. refreshing that you had the ability to laugh at yourself. good to see steve get another chance at it and go so well. all things were a go and congratulations to miss france. >> great to have you back. >> thank you so much. just ahead the surprising reason that a lot of people can't going to the doctor. >> and start "today" recipe redo's for those meals that you love, you know the ones, the ones that can ruin your diet? joy will have all of that coming up after your local news. (ee-e-e-oh-mum-oh-weh) (hush my darling...)
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the sound of the weekend. it's baking season. warm up with pillsbury. this is a "news 4 today" news break. 7:56 is your time on this monday morning. just into our newsroom fost yer county schools are now closed. rapahanak schools are closed as well. melissa mel lay has your first alert traffic. >> a couple problems. this one a new one, seminary road over 395 a brand new crash, beltway looks okay, 270 at montrose actually moving pretty nicely, 66 and 95 overall no major issues, also looking quite good there in prince george's county this morning. >> thank you.
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we will be right back with a check on your forecast on this snowy day. stay with us. good morning. we have some light snowshowers early, otherwise we're seeing the clearing now, but it's still ál(id&&hdegrees is the temperat feels like 25 in the district. few snowshowers down to our south and also to the north in the district right near kwan co and further south and nearing frederick maybe a knew snou flakes there. we could see a few more in the middle of the day. temperatures will stay cold in the upper 30s.
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would stop it if that's what it took to get you back. >> as the highly anticipated darker heads to the big screen. we will talk to e.l. james about her story that took the world by storm, today monday, january 30th, 2017. >> good morning, missouri. >> hi, mom in parker heights, texas. >> hi to our friends and family in south carolina. go tigers. ♪ >> celebrating my big 5-0 on the "today" show. >> greetings from delaware. >> celebrating not nearly enough years in love. >> we're back now, 8:00 on a monday morning, it's the 30th day of january, 2017. not exactly -- we have a big crowd.
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am i missing some sort of holiday or something? >> seems like an early start to the spring break. not even you can get away with that. anyway, we have this "fifty shades" of gray thing happening again. >> everyone is talking about it. look at this woman right here, how ready is she for it? >> she's all in for it. >> she's got the mask. we will talk to e.l. james the author of that book and also talk to chastity post, she's here with something we like to call things we love this morning, it's all about new products, fashions and colors to try in 2017. >> good for you making the segment between e.l. james and chastity post. >> carson back. do you see carson here. >> i'm in. >> a lot to get to in this half hours. let's start with your news at 8:00. good morning. we begin this morning with the latest in politics. i'm hallie jackson at the white house where president trump is up early and tweeting already this morning. writing on a message saying,
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quote, only 109 people out of 325,000 were detained and held for questioning. big problms protesters and the tears of senator schumer, he added secretary kelly his dhs head said that all is going well with very few problems. make america safe again. clearly that new executive order on immigration on the president's mind as it is on so many others with more protests and legal battles expected today. overnight new protests across america. tangling traffic at lax with more demonstrations in major cities, including this one just steps from the white house. in the face of the protests this assessment from top trump advisory steven miller. >> what you're seeing is a small reaction from a small number of people. >> reporter: president trp under fire, insisting his executive order, quote, is not a muslim ban.
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his comments coming amid confusion at airports with dozens detained, growing legal fights aimed at here and conflicting reports on whether people with green cards, legal permanent residence are also banned, some clarity finally coming sunday. >> as far as green cardholders moving forward it doesn't affect them. >> the homeland security depamt confirming green cardholders are exempt from the order that temporarily stops all refugees from entering the country. it also pauses immigration from seven countries and prioritizes christians in those muslim majority nations. >> want to criticize them for improving vetting, i think we need to be careful. we don't have religious tests in this country. >> reporter: president trump pointing out that 40 different majority muslim countries worldwide are not affected and slamming senators mccain and graham op twitter after their joint statement saying, quote, we fear this executive order made do more to help terrorist recruitment than improve our security.
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ed administration defending what the president long pledged he would do on the campaign >> reporter: over the weekend another up roar with the president naming his controversial chief strat vis steve bannon a full member of his council t bumped down the head of the joint chiefs of staff. susan rice calling it stone cold crazy. the white house press secretary brushing off the criticism. >> he was a former naval officer, he's got a tremendous understanding of the world and the. he owe political landscape that we have now. >> reporter: don't expect any of these controversies to die down today particularly the one over the immigration executive order. another major lawsuit is expected to be filed later on this morning and then this evening nancy pelosi is set to lead a protest on the steps of the supreme court. and speaking of the court, a senior administration official is telling nbc news that president trump may announce his pick to replace the late justice antonin scalia as early as today or tomorrow. matt, that is sooner than
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originally expected. back to you. >> thank you. more now on the president's order and it's impact it's having on families, schools and businesses across the country. nbc's gabe gutierrez is at atlanta's heart field jackson international airport with that part of the story. >> reporter: good morning. now, we saw hundreds of protesters here at atlanta's airport on sunday and this as we're seeing growing outrage from the business community as well. from new york to ft. lauderdale to dallas, this morning the president's executive order is sparking concern and confusion. a pennsylvania family is stunned after syrian relatives who philadelphiaúbvairport. >> i'm heartbroken because they had to be sent back to the war
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zone. >> it was a complete shock. >> reporter: in texas iranian american hoped her father could fly in to meet his baby grandson for the first time now that trip is on hold. >> everyone is literally up in the air, has no idea what's going on. >> reporter: also worried this morning universities with international students and visiting professors, an american tech companies from facebook to microsoft to apple with employees affected by the new order. air bnb ceo tweeting that his company is providing free housing to refugees and anyone not allowed in the u.s. uber after facing a backlash they tried to profit during a work sh stoppe. a lt has pledged to offer money to the aclu. six times more than it made all of last year.
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syrian born dr. kelly came to atlanta 16 years ago. now he is wonders if he will ever s trapped in the war torn country. >> i cannot see how we can't take children who are in a war zone and protect them. >> and at least one syrian born trump supporter is now having second thoughts. >> i was always a trump supporter, but this is not what i believe america is all about. >> reporter: here is atlanta 11 travelers were detained over the weekend. they have since been released. matt. >> gabe, thank you very much. in other news vigils are being held today in canada following a deadly attack on a quebec city mosque. six people were killed as they were finishing their sunday evening prayers. eight others were shot and wounded some seriously. canadian prime minister justin trudeau called that shooting a terrorist attack on muslims. two people are in custody. officials did not release their names or any details about a possible motive.
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this morning bell at that is bouncing back from a computer outage that grounded sunday night. travelers were delayed at airports from coast to coast. delta also canceled about 230 flights scheduled for sunday and today the company says it will waive rebooking fees. there has been no official word on what caused that computer problem. coming up next, a view of the falls out in yosemite, this is not for the faint of heart. could last night's sag awards meeting between dolly parton and lily tomlin lead tova 9:00 to 5:00 reunion? we can only hope. and enjoy sharing recipes that will make it easier for jenna and the rest of us to do our diet goals. but first these messas (vo) data plans aren't one size fits all. and since most people use less than 5 gigs, the last thing you want is to end up paying for data you don't use. now verizon introduces the one plan that's right for you. switch, and for just $55
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the #1 doctor recommended pain relief brand. tylenol® 8:12. good time for good time for trending. >> do you go to the doctor a lot? >> when needed, yeah. >> is there a doctor you dread seeing? >> i'm going to the dentist tomorrow, i'm not looking forward to it. >> the dentist is the worst. >> a lot of people actually avoid trying to get a check up, not only with a dentist, more with a regular doctor.
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a new report says a third of people delay seeing the doctor. the question is why. because they are afraid of are you identify with that? >> sometimes, yeah. >> you might put off going to a doctor because you are afraid something might be wrong? >> right. yeah, i might. >> i would, too. >> i've actually done it and you wish you didn't later. >> you pay the price. >> you do. >> sim laerl you feel better when nothing is wrong. >> doctors call this the fear of finding out. this was especially true for single men, middle-agedl=-$ in particular, married men, though, not so much because -- >> our wives. >> -- our wives tend to say no. >> it's fopo. >> fearing of finding out. >> nobody likes a jerk, can we all agree on that simple fact? do you think you can spot one instantly? do you know when you meet someone instantly. >> i look in the mirror. >> some people say they're quick at any pointing them out and we may know the reason why, it may be because you yourself are a jerk.
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>> wow. >> takes one to know one. >> there is a philosophy a california riverside, he said sometimes people can't tell they're jerks because they rationalize their own behavior. there is a solution, they say stop and look at the people around you, if you are surrounded by jerks you might be one. they say you are the sum total of the five people you spend the most time with. >> we need one more. >> who here would admit that they surround themselves with jerks? >> you don't even know it. >> no, i wouldn't say. >> although you were mentioning someone in the makeup room. >> i did say a friend of mine is something who rhymes with witch, she always talks about all her friends with witches. >> takes one to know one. >> who is the person. >> come on. >> whisper. >> are you afraid of heights? >> i amñ;ptt(u$ly afraid of heights. >> not really. >> you can't go up on a ladder. >> ladder i'm okay but even a simple three-story roof i start to get vertigo.
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>> on a roof, yeah. >> i want you to stair at the monitor, carson. here is something you need to be across a slack line, he's doing this at the upper falls in yosemite national park. how high is he? 2,500 feet in the air. you can see the falls rushing beneath him. he is trailed by a harness but there is no net. he takes one wobbly step after another, at one point he falls. >> what? >> he has a harness. he is able to get back up and keep going. >> that's horrifying. >> that gopro shot or whatever he's wearing that puts you right there, his point of view. >> it makes it worse. >> and he's barefoot, too. >> you would do that. >> i would not do that. >> al, you've gone to the top of bridges and stuff. >> but i wouldn't do that. >> i love heights, i don't mind it, but that's pretty frightening. >> pop start.
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we're talking more about the sag awards this morning, here is a look at some of the stars that turned heads inside two legendary performers got people talking and laughing. dolly parton and lily tomlin. dolly presenting lily with a lifetime achievement award. there was no complete "9 to 5" reunion, jane gone da was home sick unfortunately but they took the opportunity to crack a few one-liners. >> people have been talking for years saying that we should do a follow-up, a seek we will to "9 to 5." i think we better after after it or we will have to call it 95. >> did you hear the dooms day clock has been moved up to two and a half minutes before midnight and this award it came just in the nick of time. >> and don't be anxious about missing an opportunity. behind every failure is an opportunity someone wishes they had missed.
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>> it was great. dolly and lily. >> offering words >> winona ryder stars in "stranger things", it won for best ensemble in the drama series. the child stars are pretty excited and their co-spar giving an impassioned acceptance speech and it seemed like winona ryder spoke for a lot of people watching. check her facial expressions here. >> monsters and when we are at a loss amidst the hypocrisy and the casual violence of certain individuals and institutions we will as per chief jim hopper punch some people in the face when they seek to destroy [ inaudible ] -- and the marginalized. we are all together on this horrible painful joyous exciting and mysterious ride that is being alive. we will hunt monsters.
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>> yeah. entertainment weekly collecting the many faces of buy known in a rider as you can see there. >> finally justin bieber, saturday night justin took part in the nhl's all-star celebrity shootout but the pros did not go easy on the stars. check out chris pronger crushing bieber against the plexiglas there. >> come on. he hardly tapped him. >> 5'9", 145 is justin bieber. after the hit bieber recovers rather quickly. chris gives him a little"ba  t nothing personal. they did manage to catch that shot right there. >> bieber took it all in stride. he did score a goal and the nhl quoted bieber as saying this is one of the highlights of my life. >> brushing him against the glass. >> now to our super bowl -- it's tv. >> the drama. >> super bowl commercial kickoff. this morning wendy's is giving us an exclusive look at its first super bowl ad, the company
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taking on the competition head on. have ♪ you're as cold as ice ♪ you're willing to sacrifice our love ♪ >> and we will have your first look at super bowl commercials all week long. >> making the commercial to actually run it. >> there will be a whole sent jags wondering what that song is. >> thank you very much. >> check of the weather. >> let's see how much of you looking at chilly conditions up to the north but it's really kind of seasonal. our jet stream almost in a zonal flow staying mild down south, seasonal chills from the plains
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on into the northeast, providence 6 degrees above normal, mobile 8 degrees, dallas you will be for tomorrow the warmth continues through the south, orlando, new orleans, corpus christi, providence right about average, detroit stays warm, but as we get toward the weekend temperatures start to chill out, minneapolis you you will be in the teens. wednesday new york city is 47 but by friday 33, mid 70s in orlando and cools off in atlanta wednesday 69, by friday 62 -- maybe that 52 degrees. that's what's going on around the country here is what's happening in your neck of the woods. good morning, i'm meteorologist chuck bell. a lot of clouds outside, still some areas of light snow from frederick maryland down to leesburg, virginia. those snowshowers will be coming right down the potomac between fairfax and montgomery counties, more light snow more or less into charles and saintd mary's county. not looking for much additional accumulation, but snow flurries and snowshowers are likely for the remainders of the day today, staying in the 30s today, back up to near 50 tomorrow and
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staying much older later this week. and that is your latest al roker. now to our start today live to 100 series. all among long we've been trying to get a handle on our diet. >> how have you done? pretty good. >> good. >> joy bauer created plans for each of us, an energy and immune boozing one for me, a mediterranean one for hoda and vegetarian plan for craig. >> joy is here with recipe redo's that will help us stick to healthy eating throughout the year. good morning. >> good morning. >> you guys have been doing great. >> pretty good. we should give joy a little badge of honor here because you created foods for us on our diets that actually work that i am still implementing. not all of them and not each most of them -- >> this is the thing, i've found and i think a lot of people do that we both sort of do it, we run out the door, we find whatever we can in the morning -- >> bagel and cream cheese.
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>> so many people -- if you could imagine this little bagel over here 500 offers you nothing in return. >> right. >> no nutrition whatsoever. >> what should jenna eat instead. >> this is pretty cool. i am claiming the new avocado toast for 2017 is sweet potatoes. what you do is you take your sweet potato, slice it length-wise, pop it in the toaster often until you get it the consistency that you want, i put on a little peanut butter. >> you said watch how much peanut butter we eat. >> i would say you want to put a tablespoon on each slice. >> you're taking a raw potato and sticking it in the toaster. >> yes. yes. >> or you can put it in the oven. >> and how about this, two slices, 310 calories, sweet potato has immune boosting bait can a care teen, you get the potassium from the banana.
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is that delicious? >> it's good. >> look what else you could do here, put greek yogu the top. >> i would never think of toasting a piece of sweet potato. >> this is your aisle. >> i love cupcakes and that's one of my problems. >> when you get a cupcake at the bakery it's going to start at 300 calories and it's only going to climb depending upon how big it is. >> this baby looks like it's a lot of calories over here. >> that is probably about 1,000 calories but normally they are about 300. there is a lot of frosting on that one. >> okay. >> so the first thing to know is most of the bakeries have many cupcakes. you definitely want to go for the mini. the first few bites are what do it for you, that's the sweet satisfaction. i'm going to take it to the next level. pick this up, we will frost this. for people willing to put in a little effort i have a recipe here that is on the website. >> what is it? >> you are going to taste it. give this a taste and tell me if
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you think there is -- >> anything good in it? >> anything cupcake? >> tastes like a cupcake. >> there's something in the -- is that avocado? >> well, in the actual cupcake i've pureed in a can of black beans. >> what. >> instead of oil and eggs you follow a cake box mix and you puree a can of black beans and also the frosting is made out of avocado and each of these little guys just 70 calories, you could have two for 140. >> i like it. >> i could eat that. >> one of the tips that i thought was genius this month is hoda had to put all of her snacks in a bag. >> it helps with the impulsive eating. >> let's move to craig who by the way i think he lost like 15 pounds. >> of course he did. >> he looks amazing. he was a soldier. you guys were great, too.
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>> i don't like competing with guys because they lose weight so fast and we eat a cracker and gain a parm sean out in a restaurant, he went meat free, he loves this stuff. this is actually a double portion but when you order it it's at least 1,000 calories, that's not considering the starchy mound of pasta that you get on the side. instead you don't want to order eggplant parmesan at a restaurant, we are told it could be worst than chicken parm sean because eggplant city of pittsburgh's in all that oil. you make it at home. slice it up, season it, roast it in the oven for about 20 minutes, you put on some sauce, put on some cheese, red pepper flakes, oregano. before 1,000 calories, this whole thing 200 calories. >> thank you so much. she can make your favorite recipe healthier just text joy
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to find out how. tomorrow it's our shark finale. next up the woman find the "fifty shades" phenomenal. that's her. e.l. james is here. first your local news. that's her. this is a "news 4 today" news break. 20. good morning. i'm eun yang. we will get a check on the roads right now. >> right now we're okay, a couple problems, though, southbound connecticut avenue after van ness you would see that we do have fire department activity and lanes close this had morning. seminary road over 395 hazmat crash hanging along. beltway looking okay, inter loop a tad slow.
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>> thanks, melissa. we will take a quick break and check on how long you will need those snow btsod. good morning. still a cloudy sky outside and areas of light snow in northern parts of loudoun county coming down the potomac here. we are not done with our snow
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chances for today. even more light snow down across parts of the southern maryland. as far as any real significant forward. maybe another little chance for snow early wednesday and another chance coming up on the second half of the weekend. all right, chuck, thank you. get the latest news and weather anytime in the nbc washington app. bp engineers use robotic ultrasound technology,
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so they can detect and repair corrosion before it ever becomes a problem. because safety is never being satisfied. and always working to be better. back now at 8:30 on a monday, the 30th of january, 2017. another chance to take a good look at the crowd gathered here in rockefeller plaza. getting a little breezy out here. and that is where is e.l. jamesm she's inside. there we go. e.l. james inside and hoda is getting ready to talk to her about "fifty shades darker." you are the perfect person for this. >> i am very excited to sit down and chat with e.l. james.
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this is part of the troweling. this guy wanted us to take a selfie together. come on, carson, >> that's the one. >> all right. you know, i do the weather forecast but we will also forecast the biggest food trends of 2017. from extreme sundaes, ice cream that can hill to you exotic spices it is guaranteed to be delicious. >> and speaking of the year ahead, 2017 is the year of treggings. >> i'm not even sure what jeggings are. >> triple leggings. >> they will introduce us to new trends. >> mr. roker, check of the weather. >> we will show you the frigging weather. there you go. it's like a legging. february outlook, warmer conditions through the southern third of the country, near average much of the rest of the country, cooler in the northern plains. what about the precipitation outlook?
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we're looking at drier than normal conditions through the southwest, also into the southeast, wetter than normal northern plains. as far as today's weather is concerned we are looking for nor snow around the great lakes and mid-atlantic states. that's what's going on around the country here is what's happening in your neck of the woods. this morning it's cold, we saw the snow falling early this morning and now we have a few more snowshowers around the area, mostly west and to the south of the district, mostly in charles county now near quantico, that's where we have area of light snowshowers, northern loudoun county seeing light snowshowers there. as we go through the day temperatures only in the 30s, mid to upper 30s for a high, could see a few passing snowshowers by midday. tomorrow not as cold, upper 40s. >> you can get that weather sustain time you need t check out our pals at the weather channel on cable. now to the woman behind the "fifty shades" phenomenon,
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author e.l. james. first how her books took the world by storm. it's overwhelming pop culture sensation. "fifty shades" of gray the story that originated as online fan fiction quickly spiraled into a wildly successful troweling and movie franchise. >> what do you want? >> i want you. >> written by author e.l. james "fifty shades" tells the story of anastasia steel who gets captivated by a young entrepreneur, christian gray. >> i exercise control in all things. >> no surprise, sex sells. 150 million copies translated into 51 languages. at its peek two books sold every second at a block busting first film starring dakota johnson and jamie dornan raking in $571 million.
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>> enlighten me, then. >> making it one of the biggest3 debuts of all >> there's no escaping now. >> oh, yes, the series is heading back to the big screen with a sequel "fifty shades darker" and the woman behind the series, this is her, erika james is with us. good morning. >> good morning. >> first of all, if the trailer is any indication about how well the movie would do i'd like to say congratulations already. it had 114 million views in the first 24 hours, more than "star wars" did in lits trailer. is there any sort of pressure like please let this one do as well as the last? >> absolutely. there's always pressure. the last movie was so successful, but we just want people to go in and see it and enjoy it, people who have read the books, people who didn't read the books, it's there to entertain everybody. >> so many people want to see the writer because they want to know -- when i read the first book i said who is this e.l.
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james, i want to know -- i thought she must be wild. i don't know what goes on in her house, but -- >> i keep that very secret. >> you do? >> what goes on in my house stays in my house. >> where does all that stuff come from? all those wild ideas and thoughts? >> just through reading and doing sometimes so, yeah, let's just leave it at that. >> and i love there was a quote from your husband he said that he's like the least romantic guy in the world. one time he gave you a can opener for christmas. >> yeah. >> what does evening of these movies? >> he is the screen writer. he's very -- he's very excited about it as well. he's been a great source of strength and comfort to me sometimes during this extraordinary journey we have both been on. >> let's compare the two movies. if people have seen the first one. is the sequel -- does it have more of a love story? >> definitely. this is where we see christian
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and anna sort of coming together as it were, you know, getting -- getting -- moving towards each other. and we see the romance blossom in their relationship as they meet each other's needs. >> comparing the two again is the second one more scandalous? >> that's an objective thing. >> okay. >> a subjective thing. people will have to judge for themselves. >> is it more of a thriller the second one? >> definitely more of a thriller. we've got some things from the past that come in to affect the happiness of our couple. >> you have two teenage sons, are they totally mortified about the whole thing? >> they are. they tease me all the time. that's what they do. they call me [ inaudible ] and they just tease me. >> have they seen the first one or read the books? >> they haven't read the books but they saw the first movie and they really enjoyed it and they're looking forward to seeing the second one. >> i'm sure they are. erika, thank you so much.
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we wish you great luck with this. t darker" from our sister company universal hits theaters on valentine's day february 14th. up next we will sample some of the hottest food trends of 2017.
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but first this is "today" on nbc. this is "today" on nbc. welcome back. we're here with today's food. what will the new year must have treats be? is kale being kicked to the curb? >> editor and chief of food and wine magazine is here with the trends of 2017. good morning. >> good morning. >> give me a headline before we get to this first thing. >> at food and wine we are all about spotting the trends so you know what's going to be coming to your supermarket and kitchen table. it's all about things that you are familiar with but with a twist. >> speaking of a twist, pizza. >> this is unusual. this is a detroit style pizza.
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>> what's the difference. >> it's become popular all around the country. this is the one with the pepper and ranch. >> you can smell the heat on this one. >> this is from a place called emmy squared in brooklyn. >> this is a burger and a pizza had a love child right here. it's got meat on here, mozzarella. >> you will love that bite right there. theh2+÷ best thing about detroi pizza, it's double baked so you get an extra crunchy crust. >> it's terrific. >> what about sundaes? this is sundaes to the next level. this is called the sophia lor rent, it's from luca also in brooklyn. imagine if you were going ton a datez/ with sophia loren what sundae would you order?
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it's finished with hot coffee and has coffee gelato, pieces of crunchy mirangue, it's got crumble, fudge, whipped cream. >> after that -- i'm sorry, i took it away. you wouldn't even go to sleep. >> why would you want to go to sleep? >> get over here. come on. >> so now we are seeing snacks with flavors like card muscle and rose. this is from the amazing spot in new york called shrub what and they do -- do you want to taste this? >> we've been eating the whole thing. >> this one has moroccan spices. delicious. if you are somebody who loves a sunday dae, you can get this right at home. >> and what do you do with it. >> you put it on top of ice cream. you can find it online which is great and it makes basically snacks that you're used to
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special. >> do you know what this is? >> come on into my world? >> i will have yoush >> this is a lot of rum. in the u.s. it's a big thing now. >> these are three rums all being made in the u.s., you're shaking a daquiri, there is a new bar downtown in new york called black tail that is devoted to rum cocktails and it's all about the idea of 1940s cuba, we're all obsessed with cuba and at great craft made cocktail. this is a beautiful daquiri the way hemingway used to have. >> do you want to take a sip? how is it? >> that's really good. what was in that? >> you've got rum, you've got simple syrup. >> really good. >> and some lemon. >> it's like a time warp. >> there's one that's albany, another one made in d.c., another one made in colorado. they're going back to the idea of rum production and rum making in the u.s.
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finally -- >> cakes and these are okay to eat because -- >> this came is on the cover of issue, it's the issue devoted to eating smarter and living longer. this cake uses an alternate flour which is almond flour and it uses coconut sugar which has it is said a lower glycemic index. it is definitely lower in fructose. these are two different kinds of sugars, coconut palm sugar, coconut sugar and marcus mariota sugar. >> nothing wrong with that. >> it's really good. >> nice job. >> thank you for having me. >> and for more on these objects and -- what did you just do? no. no. no. for more on this check up next more things to love
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in 2017 from the kitchen, your closet and gadgets. first today this is "today" on nbc. new year, time to get rid of stuff. simplify, declutter, unplug, purge, or even quit cold turkey. i raise turkeys without growth-promoting antibiotics, hormones, or steroids. if you're looking for little ways to simplify life,
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feeling good about what your family eats is a pretty simple place to start. i raise honest, simple turkey
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for shady brook farms. we're try in 2017 from bright greens to snappy slippers, time to make room for updated essentials. >> good morning. >> you went deep to find these. >> and the good news is there is a whole lot of great stuff to love in 2017. hoda. >> a lot of people don't know what to do with their pictures on their phone. what should we do with that? >> we know what to do. you should create a custom magazine. these are by recently and it's an app that will convert your iphone all your photos and create your custom magazine. here is a hoda magazine. >> oh, gosh. >> how about that starring hoda, starring your life and it starts at just $9.99 a month. >> it's great if you don't want one of those books but you want to have this because it has
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great quality paper. >> a lot of people like the new color. >>ug this is the custom art print and they're coloring art prints. you can put these on your wall, they have by little prints, it's nice, decompress, calm down. >> our stuff is going to move. >> high stepping it. >> green happens to be -- >> speaking of color, why he. >> -- the new color. >> greenery is the pan tone color of the year. we are going to see it in fashion but also home décor. you can find it in everything from a great porcelain lamp like this one from lamps plus to pots and pans to an of a cad goe slicer for the kitchen. you can have greenery in every room. >> i kind of like that color. >> it's happy, it's perky. >> are you walk with me? >> yes, let's walk. now let's talk about one of the most massive trends of the 2017. >> and it's an old friend that's being new again. >> that is the smart home and
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guess what this is, hoda, this is a smartphone controlled slow cooker. a crock pot you can control. >> from your phone? >> from your iphone. you can cook this thing and adjust it from the office, the gym, the club, wherever. >> right. okay. >> so cool and it's from zola, $130. >> i thought a crock pot you turned it on and came home -- >> set it and forget, now you can get into subtleties. >> this is the new way for fitness. >> smart home, now we have smart fashion. this is the motive activity ring and what's so cool about this is it's so sleek, it's unisex, it tracks your heart rate, activity, sleep and coolest thing about it 100% waterproof, you can take a shower, swim, wash the dishes. >> sweat. >> yes, sweat. this is coming out in march. brand new this month. >> my favorite thing is coming up.
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let's walk. >> okay. >> check this out. >> if you have -- whenever you pants and it's bunchy there is the skinny shirt. >> the skinny shirt, revolutionary it is part shirt part shape ware. look at christina. >> you look great. >> fabulous. how are you feeling in that? >> tucked in and good. >> we also talk about treggings which are -- >> trousers, leggings, treggings. you have to feel this material. it's a little bit thicker. >> i love these. >> bottom line, we are now wear athleisure to work. >> okay. now we've got one other quick grouping and here we've got the indoor shoe. it's from bertie's slippers, two entrepreneurs invented this, they wanted slippers as chic as their regular shoes. these are the same support as a
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shoe, the same style, great style of the shoe, but they are a thousand times more comfortable and they are so, so, >> they are adorable. >> if you like listening to music we have a new way to do that. >> it's 2017 we don't need all those cords. we have two options for wireless earbuds. here we have the hear pew, talk on the found, they have great sound. >> just put them in. >> and they stay in. awesome sound, you can get take calls on these guys. >> hello. oh, yeah. >> and then we've got one more that looks like a pair of diamond earrings, these just launched this month, this err from monster and they're called the air links elements and you can -- these are incredible, they have new technology for antenna, they don't drop calls or drop sound but most importantly look how fancy these look in hoda's ears. a little diamond earring, but
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you can rock out, too, hoda. >> very cool. >> this is a sneak available in march but we wanted everybody to see what's coming down the pike. coming up next vanessa hudgens is in the house but first this is "today" on nbc hudgens is in the house. first, this is "today" on nbc. first, this is "today" on nbc. ♪ ♪♪ hush my darling... ♪ don't fear my darling... ♪ the lion sleeps tonight. [snoring.] ♪ hush my darling... [snoring.] ♪ don't fear my darling... ♪ the lion sleeps tonight. [snoring.]
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take the roar out of snore. yet another innovation only at a sleep number store. mr. roker, let's wish some people a happy birthday.
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>> let's find out who we're celebrating along with our friends from smuckers. firs to haruno. she lived on a farm and enjoyed growing vegetables. george fehr is 100 years old. he's from salt lake city, utah, visited 59 countries and five continents. happy birthday 106th birthday to doris heys chinn, loves spending time with her eight grandchildren. and verna kenzie enjoys volunteering at her food boopg. and norman reitman created a scholarship for people going into medicine. happy anniversary to artie and melva pettway from kentucky.
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never go to bed angry. if you know someone celebrating their 100th birtay thank you very much. >> all right, everybody, look who is here, vanessa hudgens, she is the star of a new nbc sitcom called "powerless" the first comedy set in the dc universe. >> i've never done a comedy and never been a series regular on the show. so there are so many new things happening to me. >> we sent out a clip to all of us yesterday, it took mr. roker three seconds to text back and say i love this show. reply all. >> it's the idea all the stuff that uls a happens with these superheroes in cities stuff happens and your company helps protect people from the collateral damage. >> it's so fun because itzxy fe like the bruce wayne industry is this fun mystical thing that we
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all know and kind of love. our division is wayne securities so my boss is van wayne which is bruce wane's cousin. world. >> when i look at you i can't believe it's been 11 years since "high school musical". >> it's crazy. >> does it feel like that? >> it kind of does. it feels like a different life. i feel like so much has happened since then. i was a baby. >> and you've done broadway since then. are you going to be doing any more broadway coming up? >> for sure. my heart lives on the stage. i feel so amazing being on the stage and being able to connect with an audience it's just like it's my thrill is life so when the right one comes along i'm going to be on this stage. >> let's go back to tireless because we could use a hit on the network. you like situational comedies. how do you achieve that and also working the superhero thing? >> it's fun because it's not about the superheroes. we live in a world where they're flying around causing havoc on our city almost every single day so it's like what does that actually look like in a reality
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term? it's like people are always late to work because jack-o'-lanterns throwing fire balls and destroying things. it's a practical world of living in this universe. >> a great idea. >> so much possibility. >> no one i've ever met has more will power than vanessa, she looked at this sundae and said, no, i have a photo shoot in weekend i can't even take a spoonful of that. >> you will hang around with kathie lee and me a little later. powerless premieres this thursday 8:30. this is a "news 4 today" news break. good morning. 8:56 on this monday, january 30th. i'm aaron gilchrist. we will start things off with a look at the roads this morning. melissa mel lay has your traffic. >> a problem on the north potomac area, glen road a crash and all lanes through that area are blocked.
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that is pretty tough for folks beltway not a big problem. slower outer lo, beltway, typical, same thing inner and outer loop near the american legion bridge. >> we will have a check on your
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forecast and see where you might be seeing some know when we come back. good morning. we have some snowshowers in the northern parts of loudoun county moving into montgomery county near leesburg, these are making their way towards the district, if they hold together we could see more flakes falling into the district and into charles county. it's going to stay cold, upper 30s, don't be surprised if you see a few more passing snowshowers around lunchtime. tomorrow not as cold, upper 40s and we stay in the 40s on wednesday with an early chance. >> of course you can get the
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latest news and weather at any time in the nbc washington app. another update in 25 minutes. good morning. on good morning. on today's take good to be alive right now. andy grammer our celebrity co-host. from the hit show "quantico" priyanka is here. and then figure skating champ jason brown. coming$á up right now. >> from nbc news this is today's take. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> and welcome to monday morning, january 30th, 2017. we've got our special guest co-host andy grammer here. >> good to be here. how are you guys? >> terrific having you. >> wonderful to be here. i always love coming by with you guys.
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>> you have a new song coming out. >> fresh eyes, doing pump it up ♪ suddenly i'm in love with a stranger ♪ >> i've been hearing this for the last month on hits one. >> yeah, they're great. >> what was the inspiration? >> this is rediscovering love with someone you've been with for a while. >> did that just happen to you? >> this guy tony was somebody you oused to dat >> yeah, that's going to be our wedding song. >> it's like rediscovering the holes in your ears. >> i, do you notice anything different with me? >> which one of these is new? the middle one? >> there is a bunch of them. >> also remember a couple months ago i ripped my ears at the white house correspondents dinner, i had heavy earrings on. >> most people just make a toast. >> exactly. i got my ear sewnáit?ç up and t had to sew the hole.
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this weekend i got the bottom hole -- i'veáçñ beo al roker, i miss my feel to naked. >> up close your ears look beautiful. >> a lot of women wrote you because apparently it's a common problem. if you get this done they originally told me six weeks, it's been since -- you guys went to rio so -- it took that long healer. >> i'm allergic to vitamin e, girl is so much harder than being a guy. something i would never think of. ear issues. >> a lot of rock stars have earrings. >> do you have any piercings? >> no piercings? >> any tattoos? no tattoos, either. >> you're a rock star. >> you could be a weatherman. >> i got one one time in high and it was up here trying to be cool and then it got -- it kept getting infected so i put bleach on it and bleached the whole side of my head. that was pretty rock star. >> what? you thought i'm going to
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disinfect this. >> it's not for me. >> you've got a co your own. >> appreciate it. >> you saw cool artwork this weekend. >> we were at the metropolitan museum on saturday, i think we have some pictures there. carrie james his art exhibit at the met, he is the only living artist on display at the met. he is a phenomenal artist based in chicago. carrie james marshall. that was bevy hit our friend. >> is that a jumpsuit? >> it's a two piece. it's couture and i wore it not realizing how unusual of an outfit -- sometimes you know you're going for it. i did not know until i posted it how different. >> is that the guy who invented the cherry. >> that's maraschino. i'm sorry. i got confused. >> you had an emotional -- i was
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like crying for al on saturday and sunday. >> my son his class, 32 kids, are right now in costa rica doing a spanish immersion. >> where did you go for senior trip? >> we went to like d.c. >> i went to -- i think they took us to a farm to teach us to milk cows in texas. how old is nick? >> nick is 14 1/2. you have to wait until the plane takes off because if there's any problem they don't want the kids there and the parents aren't there. so i'm sitting in the terminal waiting and my phone rings and it's hoda kotb and she said i'm here in the airport, i just saw nick with a bunch of kids. is he supposed to be here.
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most kids run around the block, he got on a plane. she said -- she went, hey, nick and he went, hey, hoda. through jfk to costa rica. >> is this his first trip away from you. >> his first trip aboard. >> al said he wasn't nervous. >> a little nervous but once he got with his friends they were all hanging out. >> he's going to be there and come back with amazing stories. he is your best friend, al and nick are inseparable. >> look, i'm so happy he's off and away and he's going to be á5ñ it was quiet in the house yesterday or as my 18-year-old said, ah, the way life used to be. >> before little brother came along. >> when i was the only one. >> she has all of the attention. >> exactly. >> that's too much for her i'm sure. >> no, she's digging it. >> she will be happy when he gets back, but for right now she's enjoying it. >> our buddy john cena.
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>> do you watch wwe. >> of course. >> he had a huge showdown yesterday against this guy name is a.j. styles. >> or as you called him the guy from atlanta. >> he is from atlanta. he's got farrah faucet hair, it's really too much. anyway, guess what, john won. it was his 16th world champion tying a pro wrestling record. it's because a.j. has all that secret move -- he took it, but then he recovered and won the match. congratulations, john cena and now all of a.j. styles' fans can stop tweeting me because your guy lost, the fwoo i from atlanta lost. >> this sets up the big event. >> we're wrestling in april. >> maybe. >> april 2nd down in orlando. >> that is really exciting news. >> we will have some time to get in shape there. >> a little smack down going on last night at the sagég/x award >> first of all, a shout out to "hidden figures". >> yes.
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>> the cast just a tremendous cast, we've been able to interview them, we've seen the beautiful movie and it just stole the show yesterday. >> cleaned up. >> octavius spencer,q-i taraji henson, gentlemjanell monet. >> a terrific movie on so many go take your kids to see this movie. it is american history, our history, it is beautiful and someone else that we love, elie kemper, she is the co-host often on our show, she was at this screen actor guild, she just had a baby. do you see how foxy she looks. night. >> six months ago i gave birth to a beautiful baby boy and he gave me my greatest role yesterday, the role of mom. i'm kidding, my greatest roll is
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playing kimmy schmidt. that's what got me the same dinner, sorry, james. >> all right,++'ákelly. >> is it me or did a lot of the gowns seem like wedding dresses. >> i take all of my clothes out on sunday night and i hadn't seen the screen actors guild when i picked white today but white is the new color coming up. >> lookrebecca. >> kerry washington. >> that could be a we hadding. >> do you think they look -- >> a couple of them do. i mean, i don't know. i didn't even know the whole thing -- when i got married i didn't know that no one else could even wear white. that's like a whole thing. >> you wore a white tux. >> i don't know if you would wear those to your wedding. they're white. >> i think viola's i could wear to the wedding but the long white dress when you're getting ready for your spring look --
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>> that could be a wedding dress. >> she won for while she was on the red carpet showed off her bay lay flats >> this is the secret. can we we hear? >> the ll> you are too funny. >> she's telling what she has inside of her bag. so we were talking the female producers, the women producers what's the secret thing that you have in your purse. >> in your purse. >> that would surprise me. >> do you have something? >> i don't know. do you know what i do, i have crystals. i have these energy crystals to ward off bad spirits and bad energy. >> it's interesting in my wallet i keep crystal light in case i get thirsty. >> anything in your wallet. >> i don't carry anything in my wallet. my dad was nominated for a grammy ten years ago, we lost to mr. rodgers, he is a children's i thinked, he's amazing. >> your dad is red grammar.
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>> yeah, what's up, dude? >> i never put it together. >> so me this grammy thing and he co-wrote the album that was nominated with another lovely lady and she did this thing where she had high healed shoes and brought flats and she brought her flats in a book bag and just assumed that me and my friends that were so excited to be cool and had our hair done with our leather jackets, we're getting ready to talk down the red carpet and she said here you go and gives me this super ugly big backpack. i had zero success at the time, just really trying to look cool and we were all passing the book bag back and forth trying to get down the red carpet. >> your dad is red grammar. >> are you a big fan? >> i am. >> he is literally the best everything that i have -- >> when we come back from the break we will play some of your dad's music. >> wait until you see what he can do with a deck of cards and a bowl of fruit. >> i need everybody to lower their expectations. >> and we will play andy's dad's
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fan. >> my dad is the best. >> red grammar. >> all the tricks i stole f ♪ i think you're wonderful ♪ when somebody says that to me ♪ ♪ i feel wonderful ♪ as wonderful can be ♪ it makes me want to say ♪ the same thing to somebody new ♪ >> can you not feel amazing? ♪ ♪ by the way i've been meaning to say i think you're wonderful, too ♪ >> always in interviews and radio they are like why are you so happy?$k$ what's the deal? i go just listen to my dad's music. >> we played this to calm the kids down. >> other hits include barnyard boogie, use a word, tickle monster.
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>> tickle monster is good and my mom co-wrote a lot of those songs with him. >> thati magic fk?aandy. >> i prefer magiciaìáhp &h magician? >> i'm not a magician. i did love magic in high school, it's one of my hobbies that i love. >> i heard you went down to time square to a magic shop. >> it has a tiny elevator you magicians walking around. >> show us a trick. >> tell me when to stop. >> stop. >> okay. that's yours. take a look at it, don't let me see it. show it to the camera. >> appropriate. >> the black queen. >> thehxé black >> put it back into the mix. >> you told -- >> it doesn't matter. >> okay. put it back in the mix. >> okay. good? >> yeah. >> all right. let's see here. do you guys have a knife for me? >> what kind of trick is this?
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let me hold on to mr. roker. >> be careful. >> this could get dangerous. >> if that card is in that orange. >> here we go. let's see, you can open it. >> come on. >> this is going to work or not work right now. >> oh, my gosh. >>ee andy grammer, ladies and gentlemen. >> that is the big magic debut. feel good about it. >> big finish. >> are we going to commercial? >> no, we're doing weather first. >> wow. >> how did he do that? >> that is unbelievable. >> pretty solid. >> magic andy. let's show you what's going on. it's a sequel to magic mike. >> he keeps his clothes on and does magic tricks. >> you can see we have snow off the mid-atlantic coast, another clipper coming across the plain states, it's going to bring a decent amount of snow, the snow is done down in the mid-atlantic but we have more snow coming across the upper great lakes as it comes across the midwest a
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new round of snowshowers, look for heavier snow for lake erie and through the upper midwest into michigan, but as you get into western pa and western new york and upstate new york anywhere from 8 to 12 inches of snow. that's what's going on around the country. here is what's happening in your neck of the woods. good morning. still light snow and snowshowers here right along the potomac from leesburg and frederick maryland down through the city and also down into the tidal parts of the potomac. not expecting a lot of snow but snowflakes are to be found out there. temperatures only in the upper 20s and low 30s now. we will be a couple degrees above the freezing mark this afternoon, what little snow we had much will be melting away although it will be fairly cloudy today. milder with temperatures back into the 40s tomorrow and wednesday. i asked -- this song is so beautiful and it actually did
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>> whoever wants to ring in first you ring the bell and we will see what's going on. you know if aunt tamron and going to be sad. >> i'm going to read the question and then you guys talk amongst yourselves and you write the question -- your answer on the chalkboard. when you finish you ring the bell. here we go. ready? >> they look excited. >> you can write a, b or c. >> okay. there, their and they're are often confusing, which one should be used in this sentence: they're off to see the wizard, the wonderful wizard of oz. >> i don't want to beat them. you can do it. >> we know the answer. >> a, b or c, guys? >> you can do it. >> okay. ring the bell. there you go. okay. and the answer is a. >> yes. >> that's right. >> exactly. >> very nice.
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>> i feel horrible taking on a fifth -tññgrader. >> i feel zero. i'm here to win. >> i knew the answer but i can't do this to y'all. come on. they're not taking it easy on us. >> here we go. fill in the blank. >> go ahead. >> neighbors lent andy and i, me and andy or andy and me their bicycle built for two? >> are you guys gol@ >> here, i say c. >> the correct answer is c. >> come on, guys. let's just join forces as a team and play against the people at home. >> it's tied up. >> i don't want to beat a fifth grader. >> which of the following sentences is correct? a, who's phone is this? >> or b whose phone is this? >> come on, óknguys, you've got.
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>> a. >> you meant b. >> you meant b. let aunt tamron help you. it's b and you won. >> here you go. >> that was cruel. >> that's right. >> you get a prize. >> uncle al had nothing to do with this. remember, i'm the one giving you presents. >> olivia, enrique, roman, happy birthday. we love. >> you your birthday is coming up, too. >> yes. >> on wednesday? >> coming up next andy and tamron hitting the ice with jason brown after your local news and weath. n after your loca i work overtime when i can get it. i need my blood sugar to stay in control. so i asked about tresiba®. ♪ tresiba® ready ♪ tresiba® is a once-daily, long-acting insulin that lasts even longer than 24 hours. i need to cut my a1c. ♪ tresiba® ready ♪ tresiba® works like my body's insulin. releases slow and steady. providing powerful a1c reduction. my week? hectic. my weekends? my time. ♪ tresiba® ready ♪
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county, those are headed out towards the chesapeake bay. going to be milder with highs back up to the 40s by tomorrow. okay. we love having an ice rink in our backyard because we get to hit theesbbz ice, by hit i mean but we also get superstars like olympic bronze medalist jason brown and, guess what, he's fresh off his performance at last week's 2017 u.s. figure skating championship in kansas city. now jason is here skating to the song from the hit broadway show "hamilton" called wait for it. take it away, jason.
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we skate from time to time around here but every time i restart i it's not like a bicycle where they say you remember when you get back in skates. >> we feel the same way whenever we take a break, with he come back off, it takes a few days. >> so it takes a few days. >> for sure. >> andy glided right back in. >> not really. >> you are a natural. >> he is a natural. listen, you, though, eighth ranked in the world. that is incredible going into preparing for south korea and the olympics. are you feeling pressure? >> oh, my gosh, i'm sog]h;y exc. we train for these olympic games and it's been an amazing past three years in sochi and i cannot wait for next year. >> you are just adorable. "hamilton" was an inspiration obviously for this performance, what made you think of this? >> i love binh manuel miranda.
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>> he is the best. >> genius. it is my dream to skate to "hamilton" in the olympics. >> wednesday is national get up day. in skating we fall, we fall and the whole lesson behind it is getting back up. >> so we're going to try because i aren't been on skates in six months. are you going to take this? >> i have bare legs, no tights on, so if i fall -- >> amazing. >> no, it's not. okay. okay. teach us. >> first when we start we march, we start to march, we can do the beat. >> i feel like i'm doing the bird? >> you can go backwards. >> and glide and balance. you are a natural. >> hey. hello. >> we left our friend back there. >> really? >> one leg.
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one of "time magazine's" 100 most influential people and international movie star appearing in over 50 now priyanka chopra is feeling right at home in hollywood starring as an fbi agent in the hit tv series "quantico". >> here is"r!d a sneak peek of tonight's new episode. >> how do you know what you're going to do with your phone? >> that's none of your business. >> i'm on a way of a safe house for people who will make it theirs. has it running yet? >> yours hasn't? i'm sorry. look, separating our work and our relationship is getting harder. >> the mission will =td being at the farm will b1ññend, we wo. doesn't change how we feel about each other. >> not yet. >> that's not good. welcome. that's a good twist there. congratulations on the success of the show. did you on a morel> yes, i did. >> is that true? >> yes, it is.
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>> are you okay? >> i am much better now, i was back at work three days real stunt and it was like some serious someone broke my jaw and that's how i got a concussion, i just slipped oní9d> you need a better story. >> there were so many witnesses i was trying to really going with --kóh] everyone was like is a stunt scene and i just wanted to go with it but it wasn't -- ÷ okay. that's the good thing. >> i'm okay. it was a concussion, they rushed now. >> last week's episode was so speech about women and not having to use their bodies about what they want to get. were you influential in getting the producers to drive that story line? >> yes, it was a conversation that i had with josh staff fran. the entire episode was about a duks and being able to get information out of an operative and having to use your bodies
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and your minds and i saidé2y t alex's character to me is such annum powering woman think she should make a point where you are insulting both genders by saying sex is so important. one, that's the only thing a woman has to offer so you reduce her' just that and second men are so stupid they will give up anything for just sex. that was an important point for the generation of today and josh and i spoke to each other about it and he in the writers room really just went with it and i think the scene is just a really important example of the kind of conversations people need to have keeping in mindfñg/u the explained that is part of the reason why "time magazine" named you one of the most 100 influential people. that's a scene andyçñ that's a character, but that's reflective of who you are as a woman as well and what you portray in your life. >> entertainment to me is -- it
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have something which is relevant for a point of view and which is what makes "quantico" such a cool show, it's topical and talking about fake news, in another episode we have a female president, we are debating all the things that need to be spoken about and this was an extremely relevant topic in terms of women's issues. >> what about you talk about relevance and political imporc-< you are going to be in bay watch. >> that might bring america back together. >> i hope so. i think i will take the responsibility of that. dwayne the rock johnson -- >> look at that cast. the entire cast. smoking hot. >> it's a beautiful cast. >> you grew up watching this show. >> yes, i used to love bay watch and i think -- i tell everyone the world people love bay watch a lot more than people loved it in america. >> we saw it as kind of cheesy. >> people around the world saw it as the great american dream. even if you go to europe david hasselhoff is a huge star.
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>> the hoff is huge. >> i remember the slow motion music in the beginning when it mirror practicing. >> that's how i've become so good at doing the slow motion walk because of bay watch. >> we can't wait to see this new version it looks awesome. >> you can see "quantico" tonight. >> mondays. >> i'm going to slip on over here. >> can you do the slow motion run to the weather? do we have the music? al roker doing his best bay watch. go ahead. >> i'm jiggling right now. you just can't see it. nor do you want to. okay. >> go ahead. work it. >> now, this is me out of breath in slow motion. so for our week ahead monday to tuesday into wednesday a clipper coming across brings some snow,
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after noon storms move into the northwest and on into central and southern california, sunshine a country and then by the latter part of the week sunny skies in the mid-atlantic states, heavy rain and know moves back into the west coast. that's what's going on around the u.s. here is what's happening in your neck of the woods. we still have a few snowshowers in morning, mostly near frederick, close to leesburg and some of these flakes moving into the district right now, also near bethesda and a little farther south. just near charles county but continuing to move off to the east. so for today your planner by 10:00 a.m. mid 30s as well as even by noon still the chance ow some snowshowers around, flurries through the afternoon, upper 30s for a high temperature and by 7:00 p.m. tonight we will start to get colder, in the 20s for tomorrow morning, upper 40s by tomorrow jooafternoon. and that is your latest weather. thank you so much.
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s what? >> memorial day. >> something to look forward to, somethingif your super bowl party this weekend. we are kicking up not one but two chicken dishes from one of tamron's favorite chefs. after these messag. k. i take movantik for oic, opioid-induced constipation. had a bad back injury, my doctor prescribed opioids which helped with the chronic pain, but backed me up big-time. tried prunes, xatives, still constipated... had to talk to my doctor. she said, "how long you been holding this in?" (laughs) that was my movantik moment. my doctor told me that movantik is specifically designed for oic and can help you go more often. don't take movantik if you have a bowel blockage or a history of them. movantik may cause serious side effects, including symptoms of opioid withdrawal, severe stomach pain and/or diarrhea, and tears in the stomach or intestine. tell your doctor about any side effects and about medicines you take. movantik may interact with them causing side effects.
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(kids) max! max! now this, is internet gold! going viral? get scrubbing bubbles clean and disinfect. what? 20,000 views! sc johnson. this morning on today's food two kicked up chicken recipes for tonight's dinner or this weekend's super bowl party and they're coming to us from one of my favorite chefs leah cohen. leah, good morning. good to see. >> you nice to see you. >> i have made no secret how much i love your food because you use interesting spices that are easy to duplicate at home. >> the food has a lot of ingredients but actually everything is available and easy to make. >> let's jump into this. >> so we have banana ketchup and soy sauce.
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some sprite, some lemon juice -- >> sprite? >> yes. black pepper then brown >> those are some of the major components in all of your food. >> ginger, garlic. when we add all the chicken to a that. >> do you like chicken thigh or breast. >> i like chicken thigh. it's so much better it doesn't dry out. you marinate that for 12 hours. then we have some skewers soaking, we soak them because we don't want the skewers to burn. >> i made that mistake once. >> so then we will put them on the grill pan, you want it nice and fcf33=q9ñ six minutes on each side and gar nick it with scallions and garlic. >> i will let that finish up. this is the thing that i eat every single time i enter your wrist rant. >> this is your favorite. >> it is. >> these are wings, we have our southern curry ingredients over here, again, it looks like a lot
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but you can find everything. >> this is important. >> so we have the south already made, we will marinate the wings, we have butter6hism southern curry, and we have a little sriracha. >> i love sriracha. >> and some fish sauce. >> okay. >> we are going to mix that all up and do you want to pure that over the chicken. >> inside this bag. >> yes, inside this bag. >> and then again we marinate it for 12 hours overnight. these are marinated wings. the key to making these extra crispy is we double flour them. we're going to flour it once and we put it in the refrigerator for 15 minutes, take it out and flour it again. >> that's -- >> double dredge. >> the double dredge. we also double fry.'r:ññ you start at 325, take it out when they are light golden brown and then we bring the
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temperature up of the fryer to 350 and fry it for a second time. that's crispy. this is more of the southern curry. >> head to for the recipe. >> what do you think andy grammer. >> it's awesome. >> you like it. >> i'm in. >> awesome. >> you can make this for super bowl, we actually have this on our super bowl package we're offering this weekend. you can do ÷=n2' chicken skewer >> perfect. thank you. good luck with hk
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start in february you need to sign up by tomorrow. we're seeing a light coating of snow outside this sheen in a par screen with more on that. >> we even have more snowflakes falling around bethesda and leesburg and down to the south nears charles county, mrs. st. mary's county. light snow falling. afternoon. and tonight we will be down into the 20s not as cold tomorrow, a chance of another shower early wednesday morning. we stay in the 40s for the rest of this week until friday, we get colder in the upper 30s. >> thank you. coming up on news 4 midday we
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