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f the superstar line-up but because their father and several of their family members are veterans. >> another good reason to root for "american sniper" coming up in about a month for the oscars. see you in 25. ♪ good morning. breaking overnight. threat to kill. isis releases another chilling video, two japanese hostages held at knifepoint. the ransom demand, $200 million and just 72 hours to get it done. terror, tuition and taxes. president obama set to unveil an ambitious agenda at his sixth state of the union tonight including a plan to raise taxes on the rich, but with republicans newly in power is that plan dead on arrival? we'll ask the president's chief of staff. four-alarm tragedy. reports this morning that a couple and their four grandchildren were killed in a fire in a sprawling home. officials are searching for the
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cause. blowout? the new england patriots are saying they intentionally let air out of the footballs on sunday night that sent them to the super bowl. a league investigation is under way. what patriots quarterback tom brady is saying about deflategate tuesday, january 20, 2015. from nbc news this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. good morning to "today." are you ready for some football controversy? >> we'll get to the bottom of this because that was such a close game. it could have gone either way. it all came down to the air and the balls. >> we'll be hearing more about this, no question. we'll get to the top story and the new threat from isis overnight to kill two japanese hostages. japan's prime minister calling
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that threat and their abduction unforgivable. richard engel has the latest for us. good morning. >> good morning, savannah. first it was american journalists and then british aide workers. now two japanese hostages being held in the familiar orange jump suit and the same person who has been on all of the other videos, a man speaking in a british accent holding a knife says he will kill these two japanese hostages unless japan pays $200 million in the next 72 hours. the way they came up with that enormous figure according to the kidnappers, japan has pledged $200 million in the fight against isis. in fact, japan's prime minister just made that pledge this weekend and now the members of isis say unless japan pays that money to them they will kill these two japanese hostages.
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one of the hostages is a freelance journalist. he was last seen in october around the town of kobani. the other man had a security company, but he has been described as something of a lost soul who went into syria in an attempt to change his life. >> a sad story. richard engel, thank you very much. keep us posted. president obama will touch on terror and taxes tonight as he delivers his next to last state of the union address and he'll be outlining his agenda for the first time before the republican-led congress. nbc national correspondent peter alexander is at the white house. good morning. >> reporter: good morning to you. we are hours away from president obama's sixth state of the union address, but this one will be different with republicans controlling congress. still, the president has vowed to go on offense with showdowns looming over the keystone pipeline and immigration reform. >> my fellow americans -- >> reporter: when president obama lays out his to-do list tonight much of it will be wishful thinking facing a
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republican-led congress for the first time in his presidency. he's previewed policy priorities. >> around immigration, around cuba and climate change. >> paid sick leave, free community college tuition and cuts for the middle class and he'll hit the familiar refrain. >> about the state of the union. >> the state of the union. >> is stronger. >> is getting stronger. >> the new nbc news/wall street journal poll shows most americans are more satisfied with the economy than at any time in the last decade. the president's job approval has approved 46% approving of his handling of the economy, the first since his first year in office. if the president had a stiff wind in his face since 2014, pollsters say he has a slight breeze to his back. 52 million tuned in in 2009 and just 33 million last year which pay be why the president is turning to youtube stars for a series of post-speech interviews. >> president obama will have a little conversation.
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>> including a teen style guru who danced her way to stardom and a comedian who is partial to the color green. >> potus! the president of the united states! >> in case you're wondering her name is glozell. another divisive issue will be on display. one of the president's guest will be alan gross, the maryland man who spent time in a cuban prison and john boehner who has invited cuban dissidents as their guests tonight, matt. we'll be watching. peter alexander at the white house. dennis mcdonogh is the president's chief of staff. good morning to you. >> good morning, matt. >> nice to see you. during the president's last conference in 2014 he was asked how he might be able to work with the new incoming republican-controlled congress and he said, quote, the tax area is one area where we can get things done and now he's proposing a middle-class tax cut
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paid for with a tax hike on the healthiest americans that just about everyone says cannot pass this congress. why is he going this route? >> look, what the president is saying is that the middle-class economics that we pursued since 2009 have gotten us to where we are. you heard peter just talk about it that more and more americans are satisfied and feeling better about the economy. there's still work yet to be done and that's what he wants to talk about tonight and we all want a series of middle class tax cuts and by the way -- >> dennis, it can't pass and nobody says it can pass. people say it's dead on arrival. isn't it a political man ufeuvermaneuver, to get republicans in a bad spot as the 2016 election approaches? >> matt, the president's run his last campaign. what the president is saying that any tax reform ought to make sure that it benefits the middle class. we ought not avoid the working families of this country who have seen over the course of the
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last three decades not only are costs going up, college costs and everything else, but their wages are stagnant. so the president has a proposal, very concrete to invest in the education anng that middle class families need to see those wages grow. you could do one of three thing, matt. you could either not do those policies and that may be the republicans goal or do the policies and not pay for them and add to the deficit. we've reduced the deficit by two-thirds since we took office. or three, you could do those things and pay for them in a responsible way and that's what the president is proposing. if the republicans have other ideas to focus on the middle class, let's do that. we haven't heard them, but we welcome that debate. >> there is a report in the new york times that says the administration may be subtly shifting its policy in syria given frustration of isis that the administration may no longer
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feel that the immediate removal of president assad is the only way to move forward there. has there been a shift in policy? >> look, a lasting resolution in syria will require assad to leave. he's lost legitimacy to leave as the president said numerous times. there in the region as well as other international partners to make sure that that happens, but the timing of that will be something that will be worked out in a public resolution. that's how things like this get resolved. >> do you see any scenario under which president assad will remain a part of the syrian government for the long term? >> i do not. >> all right. let me just ask you one final question about paris last week. the white house has admitted it made a mistake in not sending a high-level representative. can you just tell me what the thoughts were like and what was said in the oval office when these images were being broadcast across the world of 40 or so world leaders arm in arm
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in the streets of paris and our president was not there? >> you know, matt, we said we regret we didn't send someone more senior than our ambassador. that rests on me. that's my job. i regret it in particular because the melee that ensued after that has covered up and obfuscated the very good progress that our intelligence agencies, our law enforcement, fbi and doj and all of the cooperation they're undertaking not only with our french counterparts, but with our european allies across the board to confront this threat. that's what we ought to be focused on. unfortunately, the decisions i made obfuscated that effort. we'll continue to make sure that we're focused on that and working with our friends to make sure something like this does not happen again. >> dennis, thank you for your time this morning. i appreciate it. we'll all be watching the speech tonight. >> you can see the state of the union address at 9:00 eastern, 6:00 pacific time right here on nbc. an investigation is under
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way into a devastating fire in annapolis, maryland. it destroyed a 16,000 square foot home and this morning six people inside it are feared dead. kristen walker has the latest on all of it. good morning, kristen. >> reporter: savannah, good morning. this maryland community is bracing for the worst, the grim possibility that six family members are still missing and they have perished in that fire. those family members include a tech executive, his wife and four grandchildren. fire officials working to determine what could have caused so much devastation. the fire was so powerful and destructive that federal atf agents are on the scene this morning investigating what caused the blaze that gutted this multimillion dollar waterfront mansion early monday. as these dramatic images show, the fire erupted just after 3:00 monday morning and flames quickly engulfed the home which some neighbors dubbed a castle, a 16,000 square foot mansion on
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eight acres outside annapolis, maryland. neighbors were stunned. >> we heard two thuses and the shot of flame went shooting high in the sky, and we thought, my god, what's that? >> reporter: 85 firefighters battled the blaze for several hours. at daylight the home was still smoldering, complicating their efforts there was no fire hydrant in the area so fire official his to shuttle in water. >> initially that was accomplished by using tankers and draft sites and then we transitioned to using a fire which was sitting out in the creek. >> the house was owned by don pyle, a philanthropist and chief operating officer of a technology company called sciencelogic. in a statement they confirmed the fire at pyle's home saying the case is under investigation. we have no further comment as this community waits for answers, neighbors say pyle and his wife are thoughtful people who enjoyed spending time with their grandchildren. >> really, really nice people. outstanding.
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>> reporter: underscoring just how tragic this all is, there are still christmas decorations up at this home. fire officials resuming their investigation today. they couldn't access the home yesterday because it was just too dangerous. there were too many hot spots. they say this fire does not appear to be suspicious, but the investigation could take days, if not longer. savannah, back to you. >> kristen walker, thank you. natalie is here with a construction accident out in ohio. >> that's right. a highway overpass collapsed in cincinnati killing one person and injuring another. the southbound lanes of interstate 75 are expected to remain closed until at least wednesday night. police say crews were taking down the old bridge when something went terribly wrong. a construction worker was killed and a truck driver was injured. police say he is lucky because in a matter of seconds they say his fate would have probably been different. >> after several delays the man accused in the 2012 shooting spree at a colorado movie
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theater goes on trial today. defense attorneys acknowledge that james holmes shot and killed 12 people and injured 70 others in the attack, but holmes has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity. 9,000 prospective jurors will be interviewed. if holmes is found guilty he could be sentenced to death. it's official, tax filing season is under way. the irs will begin accepting 2014 tax returns starting today, 11 days earlier than last year. as for refunds, the irs says most refunds will be delivered in 21 days if filed electronically. if you file a paper return you'll have to wait a little longer. imagine being stopped in traffic on an icy highway when you turn around and you see a tractor trailer barreling down on you. one new jersey driver captured that terrifying moment on his cell phone. you can see the truck skid to the left and jump and over the median before jack knifing, avoiding the guy in the car.
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it appeared to another another car on the highway. fortunately no one was seriously hurt. nine people were killed on icy highways this holiday weekend. so scary seeing that video. and you've got to see this. a dunk to remember, but for all the wrong reasons. it happened during the chinese basketball association's dunk contest. a player attempting to leap over five young men. he came up short, slamming into them, instead crashing to the floor and even was okay and perhaps next time different shoes and perhaps less guys. >> something we never have to worry about. getting involved in dunk competitions. >> unless it has to do with cookies or doughnuts. >> all right. let's show you what we've got going on right now. a couple of clippers coming across speaking of basketball. [ laughter ] that was pretty weak, actually.
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you can see cleveland right now, no big problems although you will see snow showers and one to three inches out of these clippers and very fast moving as they zip through and another one coming back behind it early tomorrow morning on through tomorrow afternoon bringing light snow into the new york city. i mean, we're talking maybe one to three inches. there could be locally up to five inches in some spots, but for the most part it will be a quick hitter and then out. we'll get to your local forecast coming up in the next 30 secondses. 3.66 percent and a 15 year fixed rate is at 2.98 percent. >> so the question is is it time to buy or refinances or will waiting it out make a more reward? we have nbc personal corr p respondent and then mike. good morning to the both of you. >> good morning. >> so break it down. what do you mean that the market
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watching more foggy, misty skies around san jose over towards the golden gate bridge. at 52 degrees and dublin 580 you got the fog there, too. take some time for the low clouds to break up, more so probably after lunch time, hazy sunshine and highs in the low 60s around san jose upper 50s to near 60 for san francisco into the north bay, mid-60s around the trivalley but notice the five-day trend, san jose and san francisco approaching the weekend, high pressure strengthens which puts us in the mid-70s saturday and sunday. and that's your latest weather. matt? >> thank you very much. the super bowl less than two weeks away and the new england patriots are at the center of a controversy heading into that big game. did the team bend the rules in sunday's blowout victory over the colts? nbc's ron mott is at gillette stadium. ron, good morning. >> reporter: hey, matt, good morning. they're calling this deflategate and it is blowing up on social media. here is the central question, did the new england patriots doctor the footballs they used over their big win over the
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colts this weekend. the nfl isn't saying very much. it's saying simply, we're looking into it. >> we're on to seattle. >> before the new england patriots tackled the seattle seahawks in the super bowl they're being grilled this morning about deflategate, whether they tampeled with footballs to make them easier to throw and catch. star quarterback tom brady laughed at the suggestion. [ laughter ] >> would you care to weigh in on that? >> i think i heard it all at this point. >> wide receiver julian eddelman? >> did you feel any difference in the balls you're playing with? >> i don't even know anything about this. >> coach bill belichick considered a football genius by many is no stranger to controversy. in 2005 he was fined $500,000 for videotaping an opponent's signals during a game. spygate, as it's become known. an allowable formation he used over the baltimore ravens raised eyebrows. >> so how could game balls be
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altered? according to league rules, both teams give a dozen balls to the referee who inspects them before the game. the balls are then given to runners on each side line. there's no clear answer on who has answers to the ball once there. >> bill belichick is always looking for that little bit of edge. no one knows the rules better than him. that said, there's nothing that's been proven at this point. belichick down played deflate deflategate in a conference with reporters. >> that was the first i heard this morning. >> whatever we need, we'll do. >> one analyst believes this scandal could have staying power. >> it's something that will be difficult for them to escape whether it's in these next two weeks before the super bowl or long after that. >> now if these allegations are proven, the nfl could fine anyone held responsible $25,000. it could also take away a draft pick with the patriots which it did in the way of spygate. back to you. >> ron, thank you very much.
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what do we think? >> a lot of people are saying don't they all use the same balls. we were just talking about that. >> ron was showing they can have different balls on different side lines. >> and it was a very close game so i could see how -- >> it made a difference. >> brady had his hands on the ball. >> without social media the story is what it is, and now with social media people are having so much fun with it and it was hugely talked about in the way of memes. come into the orange room and we'll tell you about. the #deflategate trending most of the day on monday. here are a couple of our favorites and jim rome put this up. this is what the patriots are playing for. notice the lombardi trophy. deflated on top. how about the cereal, cheaties. the breakfast of chumps, it says there, al. >> nice. >> even michelin getting in on them. inflation matters. >> the patriots warning gronking may cause deflation.
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players are laughing it off. you see tom brady laughing at it and gronk doing the same. >> we'll keep an eye on this as it goes along, guys. back to you. >> it is a lot. >> he doesn't like it either. >> thanks, carson. coming up, is it pro or anti-war? the battle over the oscar-nominated film "american sniper" which is now dominating at the box office. >> also a coyote problem in a very unexpected place. why their numbers are on the rise in downtown chicago, but first this is "today" on nbc.
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good tuesday morning to you. it is 7:26. i'm laura garcia-cannon. police released two sketches of a suspicious man recently seen by residents in an atherton neighborhood. the man is described somewhere between 25 and 35 yeerltsdsars old of medium build. homeowner made eye contact with the man who took off. another reported seeing the same man. police are telling neighbors to be on alert. >> the message is this your police department aworking hard for you to try and keep you safe but we also need your help identifying these people keeping your doors locked and alerting us immediately so that we can respond with the response needed. >> other residents say they
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found doors unlocked and stolen keys in front door deadbolts. we may learn more today about the mysterious goo killing birds along the east bay, east bay shoreline. 50 birds have died so far. 250 rescued birds are being treated as a center in fairfield. california's fish and wildlife is testing a substance in sacramento. if a person or group is found to be responsible they may face fines or even criminal charges. rob is in for christina this morning. how are we looking? >> still the low clouds and fog around san francisco and the east bay dublin along 580, 49 degrees, lots of fog right now. visibility at times less than a half mile from novato concord and oakland into livermore and patchy thick fog around san mateo. past lunch time we should begin to see low clouds break up changing over to hazy sunshine and highs in the low 60s today in san jose. close to 60 in san francisco and more low 60s in the forecast for the north bay and trivalley
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today but warming into the 70s as we head into the weekend. mike? >> rob, you showed the trivalley, the east bay fog. over here the peninsula usually low clouds as well. we have a smooth drive for palo alto, south of here on our maps northbound route through san jose and silicon valley continuing their build. earlier crash north 280 cleared from the roadway. we're looking north of the san mateo bridge fog for the peninsula and east bay, a tougher view for oakland, but smooth drive 880 own 580, approaching the bay bridge toll plaza, tough visibility across the span. >> we'll be back with another update in half an hour. see you then.
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♪ ♪ ♪ shake it off ♪ ♪ breakers going to break, break ♪ ♪ i'm just going to shake it off ♪ ♪ january 20, 2015. we showed you this guy on monday's trending. a police officer in delaware doing his best moves to taylor swift's "shake it off" rumor has it he may be around tomorrow showing us those moves. >> i hope he can teach us that next thing. he's very agile in the neck. >> very sassy. >> right. >> let's take a look at what's happening on tuesday morning and the headlines, president obama delivering his sixth state of the union address tomorrow night and this will be the first
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before the fully republican-controlled congress you can see it here at 9:00 eastern, 6:00 pacific. the alleged colorado theater shooter james homes. he's accused of injuring 12 people and killing, and he's pled not guilty by reason of insanity. tax filing season is officially under way. the irs are accepting paper and electronic returns starting today. that's earlier than they started last year. coming up, did you notice something was missing when tiger woods surprised lindsay vaughn at her record-setting win on monday? the story behind the toothless tiger. take a look there. >> wild time in the windy city. forget about the cub, the bears and the bulls. chicago all about the coyotes these days. why so many are now roming the streets there. >> we'll get to that, but let's start this half hour with the number one movie at the box office. "american sniper" is up for six
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academy awards including best picture and the success is leading to the debate over the film's message about war. here's nbc's joe fryer. >> american sniper is igniting a lot of debate. >> it's a question of looking at the main character and some people are saying wait a minute. should we be holding this guy up as a hero. >> over the weekend filmmaker michael moore said my uncle killed by a sniper in world war ii. we were taught snipers were cowards. snipers aren't heroes. >> there was instant backlash. more insisted he wasn't talking about the movie, but then he did talk about it is aing it's too bad director clint eastwood has his characters calling iraqis savages throughout the film and he said it was an awesome performance by bradley cooper in what he called an anti-war sentiment.
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there is criticism and praise for "american sniper," the story about chris kyle and it's doing particularly well in communities with military families who are embracing the main character. >> they're often called guardian angels. the place of the sniper now is not really a psychopathic killer, but a protection for other americans. >> eastwood says he wants moviegoers to have an appreciation for kyle, but not for war. >> i don't want to make it a pro-war picture because there's nothing pro about the war as far as i'm concerned. >> even jane fonda called the movie powerful. another view of coming home. >> when you make a neutral movie you are inviting people to read their own biases and prejudices into the movie. >> perhaps "the new yorker" summed it up best, both a devastating war movie and a devastating anti-war movie.
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for "today," joe fryar, nbc news, los angeles. you go to a movie and sit in the theater. you view it through your own perspective and your own experiences and your own beliefs. it doesn't hit you over the head with any particular perspective so as the person in the piece says it leads you to interpretation. >> absolutely. move to chicago now and an unexpected thing. the creatures that are calling the city home these days, coyotes. what are they doing there and why are their numbers suddenly growing. john yang is in chicago this morning. good morning to you. >> good morning, savannah. believe it or not this is a wild life habitat. i'm not talking about the 9 million people who live in this area. i'm talking about the 2,000 coyotes who also call chicago home. while they don't often turn up in sandwich shops like this one did, researchers say coyotes are right at home in the concrete jungle of chicago. as seen in this first of its
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kind national geographic critter cam, they've even learned to wait for traffic before crossing the street. >> they wouldn't be able to live down here if they didn't learn which roads are most dangerous and which ones aren't and how to use traffic lights. with the help of a gps tracking caller, researchers discovered that the home of the chicago bears was also the home of seven coyotes. so a coyote raised a family here? >> a pair of coyotes male, female raised five pups in this small little gap. >> the cameras also captured coyotes searching for food. this lucky guy came across a pile of kibble. for almost 15 years researchers have trapped, tagged and trapped nearly 900 coyotes in the chicago area. this is one coyote's wanderings in just two months last year. since the 1990s the coyotes numbers have gone up ten fold
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leading the kids to increasingly eye real estate. that's why they've been progressing all of the way to ay to downtown. >> reporter: they're not just bears fans. in 2012, these two were spotted outside wrigley field. >> i have a little dog. i don't want coyotes out here. >> reporter: while their country reery cousins are active during the day. chicago coyotes are almost completely nocturnal to avoid human contact, just one of the many ways they've adapted to urban life much to the surprise of scientists. >> no one thought that they could live down here. no one. >> reporter: there have been no reports of any people being injured in confrontations with the coyotes. experts say they see us as the predators, not the other way around, but still, they say these are wild animals and should be approached with caution. savannah? >> all right, john yang in
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chicago of coyotes fame which is kind of crazy. thank you. >> mr. roker, how about a check of the forecast? >> only a matter of time one of them finds an anvil. >> and then what happens? >> all bets are off! once he gets those rocket skates! anyway, by the way, there is an acme industries in elkgrove, illinois so -- anyway, we have the warm air coming in and memphis, 44. 42 in charlotte and 37 in cincinnati, later this afternoon look at how warm it's going to be. cincinnati, 52. chicago, 35, and lafayette, louisiana up to 70 and charleston getting into chicago and washington up to 50 degrees and that's 7 degrees above average and those clippers come across and bring a light swath of snow into the mid atlantic states and out west looking good. and from san jose in to san francisco and the golden gate bridge, over towards dublin and
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the trivalley, all locations seeing some low clouds and some still patchy, dense fog closer to novato concord and livermore, less than a halftime. san francisco seeing thick fog. this will hang on probably through lunch time and changing over to hazy sunshine later on today. close to 60 for san francisco, low 60s around the north bay and trivalley. the weather trend as we wrap up the week will show stronger high pressure and temperatures reaching the 70s this weekend. >> and that's your latest weather. >> thank you very much. the unsolved ufo reports found in documents just declassified by the government. all right. next meet the all-girls basketball team and the only one in their league beating the boys on a pretty regular basis. >> yeah! >> but first, these messages. ♪ ♪ female vo: i actually have a whole lot of unused vacation days, but where am i gonna go? i just don't have the money to travel right now. i usually just go back home to see my parents
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>> 7:42 and we are back with a major display of girl power. an all girl's basketball team going toe to toe with the boys and usually coming out on top. in springfield with more on that. >> reporter: good morning, matt. a little known fact about me i played t ball when i was 5, but i wasn't making any headlines. there is a team of girls on an all boy's league that is. it's not just because they are girls, but their hard work had been winning most of their games against the boys. >> this team of girls is still smiling after a tough game.
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>> we lost but we think we did get. >> only the second time they have been defeated this entire season. their 7-2 record is impressive but it's who they are beating. >> playing with the boys is faster and quicker with thinking and running. >> this group of nine girls who are 10 and 11 is the only female team in their central illinois intramural league. >> boys think we are not tough, but we won and we were showing them we are western them. >> they credit the coach with challenging them. >> laser beam focus. >> for years he coached semi pro teams. >> i preeed them and we got the pads out and they embraced it. >> he started coaching them two years ago when many of the girls were just 8 years old. >> i wanted to teach them the
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right way and not the girls versus boys. >> we were worried it might be too much for them and they are showing they can handle it and they did a great job. >> girl power. i would like it if they could play with the boys. >> you cut. you dive hard. >> i was hoping just spending time with them would be enough to improve my game. >> you are going to say i'm too short for this. i don't think i'm the shortest on this team. so -- >> yeah! >> when it comes to girl power, one thing's for sure. this team proves it doesn't matter which locker room they walk out of. they are just plain good. >> one, two, three! >> now this team is so good that in just a few hours, they caught me how to do this.
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that's how that's done. >> come on! show that live again. >> the video told a different story. we were recording you before the show and we caught all of these. that is facing the basket. >> to say you throw like a girl is an insult to girls. >> wow! >> i couldn't get it that far. >> hey! >> that was great. >> a for effort dylan. way to go. >> dylan, thank you. coming up brace yourself. we heard of air b and b. get ready for air pnp. it's exactly what you think it is. carson is in the everyone knows weight watchers works and this is a whole new way to do it. you can pull out your phone and just say, uh help! twenty four seven, expert chat, is click to chat.
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back at 7:51. we talked to lindsey vine yesterday and she is still being celebrated, but carson, we could not help but notice something or something missing on the boyfriended. >> yeah, tigers well known grin was missing a tooth and social media is just wanted to know what happened tiger. >> lindsey vine across the line. >> lead to a broken tooth for her bow friend. she said that she was not expecting him for the race. >> it was a huge surprise and an incredible bay.
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>> tiger was spur rised himself. saying that one of them turned and hit woods in the mouth. the incident dislodged the front tooth. it's not rare for football players and even soccer players but this maybe the first for the golfer. she was thrilled to see him. >> i would not have expected him to show up. it meant a lot to me. he is a catch, and a good boyfriend. >> he is set to play in the phoenix open. first time to play in 14 years. never miss a beat carson. >> the dentist story makes the heart grow founder. coming up on start today jena teaches you a work out that you can do anywhere and any time with a little bit of help.
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a very good morning to you. it is 7:56. i'm laura garcia-cannon. investigators are looking for an armed man who held up a 7-eleven in sunnyvale on north fair oak. clerk tells us a man came into the store about 8:30 last night, showed a xwn but didn't draw it. the clerk then emptied two cash registers and the gunman took off. no one was hurt. new this morning, police released two sketches of a suspicious man recently seen by residents in an atherton neighborhood. the man is described as somewhere between 25 and 35 with a medium build. some neighbors have found doors unlocked or stolen keys in front doors of dead bolts. cal transwill run metering lights on northbound highway 85 from 6:00 to 11:00 a.m. in the area between interstate 80 and 281. the area is becoming more congested. extended hours starts on january 28th. for today we want to check
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the forecast rob is in for christina. >> good morning. low clouds misty skies around san jose and the golden gate bridge driving into the fog, 52 degrees. it's going to take some time for the low clouds to break up in some cases not breaking up through almost lunch time and towards the afternoon and evening eventually we'll see the hazy skies and temperatures in the low 60s around san jose upper 50s to near 60 in san francisco, low 60s in the north bay and trivalley for today, and for the weekend, as high pressure strengthens, some 70s in the forecast as early as friday around san jose. now for another check of your morning commute here's mike. >> looking at the bay bridge toll plaza the backup is there and you can't see the rest of your approach because the low clouds and fog. as we look at your map that is a major factor the orange painted over the north bay as well as the greater part of the east bay, look at that walnut creek interchange, oakland coming through 508 and 880, that will be a affector for slowing your speeds on the peninsula, crash south 280 to 380, slow toward west brough where there was an earlier crash as well and fog on
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the peninsula and east bay and trivalley slow. >> another update in half an hour. see you then.
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it's 8:00 it's 8:00. today coming up, curl power. >> i try to make it stay. it doesn't work. >> we go inside the complicated relationship between women and their waves. >> her hair is like gorgeous much it's shiny. it's beautiful. >> plus, feel the burn. >> shoulders should be burning. your core should be burning. it's all burning. >> we check in on our "start today" program as jenna helps whip jeff into shape. >> nicely done. very nice. >> and invasion of the a listers. oscar winner anne hathaway stops by and music superstar gwen steph an
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stefany shares her big news with us. that's all "today." >> good morning! >> hi, everybody. >> hi to our son carter! >> hi, mom and dad back in boston. i love you. go patriots! ♪ >> happy birthday to my prince ed at 16. >> good morning! we made it to the "today" show. >> we made it! ♪ >> it is 8:00 on today, the 20th of january, 2015. have a lovely crowd on that plaza. >> yeah, of course. >> bearing chili temperatures but not too bad. good morning, everyone. nice to have you along with us on tuesday morning. >> coming up, valentine's day is, what, three weeks away? we have a special steals and deals valentines edition, great affordable options for the loved ones in your life including some
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jewelry and a robe that carson apparently has his eye on. >> actually, he's been soaking in it all day. >> that's right. >> all right. first, let's go to natalie. she has a check of the morning's top stories. >> good morning, everyone. this morning, isis is demanding $200 million for the lives of two japanese hostages. in a video released overnight, the group threatens to kill the men unless the ransom is paid within 72 hours. >> the same amount that japan has pledged in nonmilitary assistance to countries fighting isis. officials say one of the hostages is a freelance journalist. the others believed to travel to syria on a journey of self-discovery. >> president obama delivers his sixth state of the union address tonight. he'll call for middle class tax cuts and higher taxes on the wealthy. paid sick leave, free community college and immigration are also on the agenda. and new nbc poll suggests the president's job approval rating
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improved to 46%. however this year will be the first time that he has to deal with the congress controlled by republicans. president obama will also talk about america's changing relationship with cuba tonight. u.s. lawmakers have just visited the island. we have a reporter in havana this morning. good morning. >> good morning, natalie. u.s. delegation met with cuban's foreign minister but not president castro, the foreign minister said that this communist country is open to greater ties with the united states. now the obama administration has invited american contractor allen gross the prisoner freed last month to attend tonight's state of the union address. they'll sit near the first lady. but several top congressional republicans including house speaker john boehner have invited their own guests, prominent opponents of the castro government. they say the u.s. should not ignore this country's human rights record. later this week the top u.s. diplomat to latin america is scheduled to visit havana to discuss reong the u.s. embassy
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here. she would be the highest ranking official from the state department to visit havana in almost 40 years. natalie? >> all right. thank you, gabe. >> if you believe that earthlings are not alone in the universe, we have a scoop for you. more than 100,000 government documents on ufo sightings are now available online. the truth is out there or is it? u.s. air force just released a file to a top secret government program called the project blue book. launched to investigate more than 12,000 ufo sightings. the documents collected by space enthusiastists on his website black vault reveal that at least 700 cases remain unresolved. >> ain the 1960s, there was a police officer who saw a ufo while he was chasing a suspect in a squad car. saw a ufo off into the distance. he even saw an insignia on the craft. to this day, nobody's been able
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to identify this red mark. >> most cases were debufrpg including the bizarre account of a flying saucer in louisiana. but interestingly, there is no documentation of the infamous ross we will crash of 1947. while the project blue book conclude nod evidence of extra trest ral vehicles, the newly released files will no doubt provide plenty of fodder for conspiracy theorists and scholars. >> i believe the documentation shows that the ufo phenomenon is real and i believe that the research is going on today. >> nbc news has reached out to the u.s. air force and we are waiting for a response. it is 8:05. let's get a check of the weather with al. >> thanks so much, natalie. coming up in our next half hour, we're going to introduce you to the st. louis weather lady. she helped us deal a million meals. we're going to check in with her. she'll do weather with me coming up. she's from st. louis channel 5. love everybody there.
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let's check your weather and see what we got going on. and you can see wet weather making its way towards miami. showers there. we're also looking at clipper coming across and bringing snow later today into detroit. it's going to be one to three inches. that's the worst of it. afternoon temperatures, nice and warm through the south. 80s in southern texas. 70s on into florida. still lots of low clouds around san jose and san francisco. misty skies there across the golden gate bridge and plan on the low clouds sticking around for a while, at least through lunchtime, and part laly cloudy skies. hazy skies later, and highs in the 60s closer to san jose near 60 in san francisco, and the trend as we go into the weekend, high pressure strengthening which means the highs in the low to mid 70s on saturday and sunday may be close to record territory for this weekend. ck of the woods. weather.
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coming up and trending a question, are they serious? a couple sends a boy's parents because that boy missed their son's birthday party. plus the big announcement from gwen stefany, why the new star is to be busier. let's go into savannah. >> i have anne hathaway and her first love, wrangler. you have a chocolate lab. >> i do. she's not so little anymore. she's 11. >> are you getting a puppy after this whole experience or what? >> hi, honey. to my husband. >> we'll talk to ann about love, marriage, puppies and a lot more. first, these messages. ♪ let's spark the fire. ♪ even the chance to meet gwen stefani. ♪ let's spark the fire. ♪ cool hair
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what are you doing? there's no dip in that bowl. they're pringles tortillas. they're so good they don't need dip. can i have some from your bowl? please. hmmm. not bad right? think i'll have some more. that's a double dip... you double dipped. pringles tortillas. so good you don't dip 'em you air dip 'em. pringles!
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. time for what's trending today. # >> should you have to pay a no show fee if you back out of an effect? a family has been served an invoice for 16 pounds.
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they said they canceled at the last minute so their son could see his grandparents but the other family wants their money and may sue if they don't get it. they incurred expenses in setting up this birthday party and alex cancel and they want him to pay. >> crazy. i can understand -- >> get out of our lives. >> i can understand why they are upset, but i don't think sending a bill to the other family where you can sue. >> happy birthday. >> wow. two on that one. we have been talking about how well american sniper has been doing. it got several oscar nominations. here's a question. why is there no nomination for fake baby. yes, fake baby. if you saw the film you probably remember the scene where bradley cooper and siena miller passed a fake baby back
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and forth. we should so it. some say it's distracting. the audience laughed out loud when they saw obviously fake baby. the film screen writer said real baby showed up and had a fever. real baby number two was a no show and clint eastwood said get the doll. fake baby has my vote. you feeling lucky today, baby? are you? bring in one baby or two? >> that's why he is such a good actor. # you heard they throw the baby down. this is called air p and p. how much would you charge a stranger to come into your home and rent your bathroom for
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whatever reason? a new app allows you to do that. if you are a tourist in new york and you are squeamish like some of us are about using a public restroom. you can use the app to find the nearest available private bathroom and rent it out. thousands have already signed up for this. prices range and don't ask why. from $100 down to $1. >> maybe there is snacks? >> what do you think? first of all, would you do it as the tourist and second of all as the person who owns the bathroom? >> you have to put limitations on it. it is highly monitizable. you have to go and i don't want to get gross. >> peepee only maybe. >> how do you erne force that. >> rock stars on the tour bus, there is rules. only number one. i will leave it at that.
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but you can make what a couple hundred bucks a day. >> maybe like a super bowl or something and there is not -- on your way there. >> think of time square on new year's eve. >> you can't leave though. >>y show up at the apartment with your magazines and i will be in there for about 20 minutes. here's my $100. >> clearly there is a market. >> that's what's trending today. >> back to our special series to help you burn a little more this year. a new study shows just how important daily activity is for your health. jenna wolf is here with more on that. the research emphasizes what i have been saying. get up and get moving. it seems obvious, but sitting around doubles your risk for
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diabetes. it brought it by as much as 30%. with that in mind i have been working out with my now good friend jeff rossen. great friend. i worked out his heart and abs. >> you have been trying to kill me today. >> you are not going to die. you will get challenged. if it doesn't challenge you, it doesn't change you. i started him off with a pyramid, five different exercises. 30 jumping jacks, 20 high knees and ten public jumps. we are doing this four times throughout the work out. >> get that body warmed up. >> this is going to be a problem. >> that's the attitude. you can do this anywhere any time anyhow. get the knees up. 19, 18 17. squat down and grab the ball and
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shoot it. butt it down lower. yes. we are going to introduce you to the plank. bring your toes back and your butt is up in the air. i want it down. down. right there. lock up. right about there. how does it feel. >> it burns my stomach. >> that was your first ever plank. >> after hitting the heart and the core separately i upped the ante with combo exercises. >> we will do a pike and kick combination. when i used to do the pat mitzvah, the cycle. feel your abs when you are kicking out. the pikes work your core and shoulders at the same time. hands are here and feet are out. we will come in. 5, 4, 3. i'm jealous. you don't think i wish i could do this. would you like to have this baby?
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>> grab it and throw it. and one. nicely done. very nice. >> after climbing the pyramid, it was back to the abs. >> you will go out and in. we will put our hands down in a plank and tap your shoulders. i want your core to keep your hips engaged so you are not opening up too much. lay down and split the legs up and down. two and one. turn around. your shoulders and core should be burning. >> it's all burning. >> good. >> 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1. get up. >> you are just mean. >> even when he doesn't have my assistance he is still putting in the work in the privacy of his own home. >> so easy a cave man can do it. >> i decided jeff needed a spin literally and given the status, i outsourced that to his
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brother-in-law who owns a spin place. >> this is rossen's 50 time in a spin class. >> you excited? >> no. >> cool. >> in 3, 2, and 1. yes! great job. keep it up! let's go. >> no mas. >> welcome and good to see you. let's start off with jenna. this study said you increase by two times for heart disease if you are sedentary. what jumped out is you don't have to move that much to get the benefit. >> set achievable goals. you are not going to look at it and say i have to move two hours a day. do what's in your house. if you are working out three to four times a week with strength-training cardio. if not, get walking and moving and if you are sitting around a few minutes every half hour it will serve you.
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>> you have been honest. it freaked you out. >> the food i am on this strict dit with a lot of steamed vegetables. i can't get the bacon and the brussels sprouts i like. working out is hard but i start to see it in my face even with the monitor. >> look at your suit. you start to see it. i know you have gotten retailored. how much have you lost? >> 7 to 8 pounds. i prefer to look at the eight-pound scale. so far i never thought i could lose it in one month. it's hard but when you are done you feel better. >> what's he going to lose by the end of the month? >> it's a struggle. i won't throw a number because everyone's metabolism is different. as long as he understands why he is doing it and the fact that he needs to continue he will be great. i would love to see him lose at least ten pounds. >> jenna, thank you very much. she will be back with core and
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cardio workouts. you can find all of her exercise tips at today.com. over to savannah. anne hathaway is at home in any movie whether it's a blockbuster or a musical. the latest is song one. anne plays a woman whose brother was left in a coma after an accident. she seeks out his favorite musician. >> my brother was hit by a car this week. she in intensive care in a coma. >> i am so sorry. >> you don't remember him, do you? he sent a letter to you. >> thank you. # >> your husband, the producers
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of this two of the producers and it sounds like an afterthought. >> for did. at first we were asked to come on as producers and the writer-director and after a couple of weeks, i found myself on the subway and thinking about frany and i would be at the gym and on the treadmill thinking about it and i realized i had a crush on her. >> she stole your heart. >> it was written as a 24-year-old and i'm not delusional. i knew we would have to age her up. she said she would love it if i played the part. >> on the streets of brooklyn i understand it was hot and not slightly uncomfortable. more like smelly stinky sweltering hot. >> none of us can think about it now because it's cold outside. it can feel like you are inside
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of a mouth. i'm there. just that hot awful feeling. we were there and luckily it's set in the summer. the movie i did was set in the fall. a lot of sweat. the director said something cute. you do a little singing in this. a little bit. # she said she had to tell you to sing worse. like you were sounding too good. >> that's a very flattering story. my character, i really loved my character. the movie is a tiny film. it's a quiet film and not necessarily a film about the characters's back stories. you find them as they are. she lost her father and i think that forced her into an early adult role. i had to come up with the voice of someone who had musical
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talent because she was so focused on doing everything right. >> you worked with your hubbo this. you have been married two years and together four years before that. people say i was in a similar situation. what's going to change? did it feel different? >> i didn't think it was going to. we talked about something shifting. i didn't realize i was keeping a part of myself protected. it's kind of all on the line now. i'm his and he's mine. >> you're killing me. can i tell you what he told us. the biggest surprise about being married is he continues to fall deeper and deeper in love with you. go home and bake him a cake or something. >> i will. we are in a hotel room so that's hard right now, but i will work something out. >> this has been a season and a
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time of hawaiis for you and low lows. you win the oscar and there is an awful backlash. what's that to go through? is there a part that felt like i don't get it? it's too much? >> i never took it there. i thought let's take a step back. it was something that the dark rise comes out. les miswas a big thing. i was sick of me. i thought everyone else might be too. it was tough, but just like anything. >> you are wonderful in this movie and you can feel your heart in it. thank you very much for being here. a great sound track i should add. >> jenny lewis and jonathan rice. it's on u tunes. check it out. it's awesome. >> song one on demand this friday. over to you. >> thanks very much.
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i'm here with wrangler and jill martin. what do you have for steals and deals? >> it's wrangler's first a very good tuesday morning to you. 8:26. i'm laura garcia-cannon. a water rescue last 99ith the south bay. two boaters got stuck due to king tide. rescue crews picked up the men around 10:30 after a helicopter spotted them near coyote creek. they used a phone to call for help and then the phone fell in the water. crews performed two separate rescues in the same area a little more than a 24-hour period. king tides are particularly dangerous because of the potential to strand boaters when the tide goes out. >> want to check the morning commute. hopefully no drivers stranded out there. >> no but the fog has rolled in. that's an issue for many of our drivers. south bay, the typical tuesday
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bill continuing to hold steady. 101, 280, 85 the worst of the drives and anywhere nort of the dumbarton bridge the orange painted out, fog is the major factor, and let's look at san mateo bridge. our live shows you from the hayward side very slow westbound, largely because of the traffic combined with the lower visibility. watch this the dumbo bay bridge, all of your bridges. >> see you in half an hour for another local news update. have a great morning.
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. it is 8:30 on a tuesday, 20th day of january, 2015. a back to work day for a lot of people who had a long holiday weekend. you can see our people on the plaza not back to work yet. hanging out with us. >> we do. gwen stefani gets emotional talking about her family and has exciting news to share about her music career. >> i have a girl crush on her.
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how excited are we. spanned awe ballet the group behind the 80s hit true. turn it up. in honor, natalie and i are going to do a junior high hug dance. ♪ i know this much is true ♪ >> grab a partner! >> 1983 all over again. >> also in this next half hour sweet deals on gifts for your sweetie. jill is here with bargains you won't find anywhere else. >> i will take that and do you have curly hair and struggle to control it? should you let it flow or straighten it wear it up? we are kicking off the series to give you curl power. >> true. >> learn to embrace your hair. let's start with al and a special guest. >> i think curl power is fantastic. i want to say to brie smith, a
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meteorologist from ksdk in st. louis. brie thank you very much. you helped raise more than 188,000 meals for our million meal food drive. in fact you helped us double our goal. thank you so much to everybody. >> it's so important across the country and as soon as you raise those meals, there is more hunger behind it. st. louis did this almost $5 at a time. we were not in the lead. we were in the top three. that last weekend they surged forward. the endureing spirit of giving that is st. louis. just what you guys did, raising a million across the country to help go to feeding america. >> we want you to see and we promised you a chance to do the weather. here's the st. louis-themed map. take it away.
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>> i didn't realize this. did you know there seven st. louises across the country? seven! i'm coming from the big one in the middle but st. louis, california is 53 for my friends in the big stl. 49 as we look towards st. louis on the east coast and across the country, the big thaw continuing. at least for today. >> here's when we head back to and we have a lot of fog here around the bay area. san jose 48 degrees. low clouds misty skies and we'll see the fog lingering probably until lunch time and then a few sunny breaks through the afternoon of hazy sunshine and highs today moly upper 50s to low 60s. san jose near 63 degrees. upper 60s to close to 60s in san francisco. mid 60s possible and as we approach the weekend, look at the temperatures warming up. high pressure builds in, low 70s
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saturday and sunday. >> and that's what's going on in your neck of the woods. this is original st. louis butter cake. this is your mind blown. boom! >> butter cake. >> share with your buddies. now to one of the most talented women in music. a fashion designer. a coach on the voice and a mom of three. >> this morning she announcing she is heading back on stage for a solo performance. her year of surprises. >> she is just a girl known for her dance beats. ready to take the stage solo for the first time in almost a decade they helped her sell more than 30 million albums and
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earned her three grammys. you said this is surreal. so much bang and so much success and this is all still so surreal. >> it never gets old. it's always exciting and surprising to me that anyone is interested or i get to do all this fun stuff and i feel so grateful. i had the fastest year ever. you're pregnant! i'm having another boy? i have him and they called me to do "the voice." now i just started listening to all my old songs and i'm learning them all. >> do you remember all the lyrics to your hit? >> no. i don't remember any of the lyrics. it was such a moment in time. >> a moment that stefani hopes to repeat after the concert when he heads back to the studio to record a new album. >> i'm curious if you are going to do anything different when you walk into the studio. >> it's not like i have a plan. when i did the records, there
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was a clear direction and this time it's more open. >> she already released two singles, baby don't lie and spark the fire on which she collaborated with her costar for the fourth time in her career. >> help us understand. >> we are like an unexpected surprise. >> her life coexists out of her family. she is a mom to three boys. kingston zuma and apollo. >> we try to be self-centered and all about you and what's what it takes to write songs. trying to divide my time between being a parent and song writing and -- it's crazy. but i have a lot of incredible people around helping me. >> one of the people her husband of 12 years, musician gavin ross dale. >> that's a long time in rocker years. >> it's a long time if i look
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back on the whole thing, but one thing that has been constant is we both want the same thing. we want to be married and be good parents. i feel really proud of what we have done together. you are going to make me cry. i did feel proud of it. >> proud of her career and family that she would say is hella good and only getting better. for today, jason kennedy, los angeles. >> she is one of those people that the guys have a crush on and the girls too. >> if you heard our running commentary she is great. >> so humble too. >> makes her own clothes. >> and a good dancer. >> roses for half off. a valentine's day edition of steals and deals with jill martin. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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we're back now 8:39 with a valentine's edition of steals and deals. "today" contributor jill martin is here with the bargains. good morning. >> good morning. >> it may seem early for valentine's day but you have to order and think ahead. >> and get a great price. roses can be expensive. if you plan now, you can get them at a great bargain. >> all right. what's the bargain when it comes to roses? are we talking multicolors? >> multicolors. two dozen roses in the red vase. the retail is $76.99. they are shipped overnight. so they will be fresh. $38.50. so half off. >> thank you. you have to go over to savannah. >> hi, jill. >> hello. i love my scarf. >> modeling our magoschoni scar
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or $138. 100% cashmere. >> very soft. >> retail $138. $39. that's 72% off. >> okay great. you have all these choices of colors as well. >> today.com. get one of the different colors. bye. >> can't have valentine's day without jewelry, right, jill. >> jewelry you can layer and also wear all year long even though it is a val types day theme. jennifer miller. 195. they did a twist. it's the x heart instead of the xo. mother of pearl heart. on the back it says love, which i love. j. lo is a fan and mee la kunitz. $48.75. 75% off. >> thanks jill. >> happy valentine's day. got to go.
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>> a little monogrammed love for your love. >> look good. >> feeling good. >> will you ride your bike home in that. >> no. but afterwards. >> super soft right. >> oh, yeah. >> terry cotton monogram initial. go on today.com to see them. retail $136. $39. 71% off. >> get one for you and one for the ones you love. >> you're getting one too. bye. carson says he wants a robe because he usually steals them from the hotel rooms. now he doesn't have to take any because you have your own with your monogram. >> that is so true. i'm sorry. >> moving on do you celebrate valentine's day? >> of course i do. yes. i'm a romantic. >> in your robe. we all send you candles. this is an amazing twist fun way
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to celebrate. retail $50. they come in this fun tin. you get two in each. mr. and mrs., a moustache and lips. all different ones. go on today.com. $50. today the deal is 70% off. $15. >> you're giving people a chance to win one of each of these. >> this the first time we have ever done this. for a chance to win each of today's deals, we took this photo this morning. check it out. and it's carson and i and lovely wrangler. it's coming up soon. follow us at "today" show tweet us using the hashtag steals and deals contest. give us a creative caption of your choice. 10 best will get one of every deal. you have 24 hours starting now. >> starting now. roses from 1-800 flowers. starves from magoshoni.
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jennifer miller necklace. thank you very much jill. >> coming up next the long and short of women and their curly hair. but first this is "today" on nbc. and their curly hair. first, this is "today" on nbc.
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curl power on today is brought to you by dove hair. we're kicking off something new, curl power. four years it's been a debate over straight versus curly hair. well dove hair has a new campaign focusing on moms daughters, and their curly tresss. >> so do you like your hair? >> no. >> i want my hair to be straight because when you have your hair straight it's really smooth. >> do you think that's more beautiful? >> yeah. >> i sat down with some of the
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women and their daughters who participated in the dove hair campaign to find out more about their hair struggles. >> it gets in my face a lot. >> it's curly. it's bouncy. it's puffy. >> i would have to sort of dampen it and brush through it. >> even at an early age, their curls are a hot topic. sisters jewel and asia ages 11 and 12 and carina age 6, are already very aware of their curly hair. >> i at least touch it and pull it like this and do this. >> unck it looks better straight? >> i just feel it's easier to do and looks better. >> it's a love/hate relationship their moms are well aware of. >> she's pulling they are hair down like i want it straight. it's too poofy. >> she used to give me such a
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hard time letting me leave her hair in mousse. she didn't like it. >> both moms and their daughters took part in a new dove hair campaign all about curly hair. we were with them when they watched the campaign for the first time. >> so do you like your hair? >> no. >> you don't like your hair? >> i want my hair to be straight because when you have your hair straight it's really smooth. >> do you think that's more beautiful? >> yeah. >> it doesn't really feel good to have curly hair. i try to make it straight but it doesn't work. i try to do this but it doesn't work. >> sometimes i just wish i could just rip it out, but i'm not going to do that. >> i think about my hair that i don't want it anymore. >> what did you think, claudia, when you saw that? >> sad. upsetting of course to see that. >> there's so many girls out there, and even women, that feel
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less confident with their curly hair. >> but both elizabeth and claudia realize they set the tone for how their own daughters feel about themselves and their hair. >> before i did this the majority of time i would wear it straight. because i did this film and it was an eye-opening experience for both of us i think, i wear it mostly curly now. i realize i'm her number one role model. what we portray as mothers can carry on to our daughters. >> they hope to be part of the solution encouraging girls to love their hair and themselves. >> what do you tell your girls about their hair? >> i think they're beautiful. they look beautiful. and i want them to be confident with their curls. >> her hair is gorgeous. it's shiny. it's beautiful. it's curly. i love it. >> if you look at yourself now, what do you say? >> it's still puffy but it's still pretty. >> the curls are really, really curly. >> love it. it's yours. so be you.
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>> so why does it seem so many women and young girls are so focused on their curls? child psychologist jenna hart hartstein is here. you see the gorgeous girls in the campaign. to think they have problems with with their hair. they're so perfect and beautiful. where does this come from? >> we know the image of beauty comes from mothers, parents of daughters, the media. there is an image we're trying to project is straight and sleek is what seen as normal that gets passed down and girls get stuck there. >> straight hair is the standard of beauty. >> is it though? >> yes. there would not be a campaign like this if it doesn't necessary. there wouldn't be web sites like mine if it wasn't necessary in
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2015. our hair is not looked at as appropriate in its natural state. this is crazy. this is needed totally needed. >> you were one of those young girls growing up not loving your hair. what changed for you? >> i went to a college far away from my hometown. i had no access to hair care. i had to do all on my own. i hated my hair. the moment i got away from the curling iron and flat iron i didn't know what to do. my boyfriend, now husband, pushed me in the direction like hey, you're a psychology major. you're going to need to look at this. this is not healthy. so i started exploring and eventually embraced my curls. and i started a website to help other women along their journey to make it easier to if i was a platform. to come together and inspire each other. we need that. >> it is about the role models whether you're a mom or not a mom. it's the women in life giving you the messages. >> it's not just women.
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it's anybody in your life. we know the more people moms dads, aunts, uncles anybody who are saying hey, embrace this unique and cool part of you. we know that curls are seven times more likely to embrace that part of themselves which builds their self-confidence. it's important to think of all the people in their lives. >> i wanted blue eyes and blonde hair growing up. embrace the difference. >> for a lot of women it is the grass is always greener. for women like myself brown women with highly textured hair there's more psychology. just the social stigma that is there that we have to fight through, which is why this is necessary. >> thank you both. we do want you to celebrate your curly locks. share with #curlpower. first this is "today" on nbc. #curlpower. but first, this is "today" on nbc.
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and then there were nine. the competition keeps heating up on celebrity apprentice as two more were september packing. take a look. >> if you would have stepped up and if you had done what you said you would have blown them away. you would have won. but you didn't step up. shawn, you're fired. >> but you're just not willing to bring two people back.
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is that right? >> that's right. >> lorenzo, you're fired. >> so mean. shawn and lorenzo, good morning to you. >> good morning. >> your birthday yesterday. your birthday today. you're fired. >> good birthday gift. >> shawn, for you it really seemed like he wanted you to step up and be project manager. >> yeah. >> you even said i'm trying to bide my time and fly under the radar. in retrospect, is that a mistake, do you think? >> it could have been. i don't think i would have changed anything. i was the youngest on the show. i was learning so much. honestly it's a hard show. it's a lot of really strong personalities. so i didn't know if i could compete with them. i didn't know if i wanted to. i was just trying to stay nice the whole time. >> so was lorenzo. i think it was a classy move. you refused to bring two other competitors back to the boardroom. so he had no other choice but to
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fire you. >> it lies with the project manager. you really have to take responsibility for it. you know, i'm glad i stepped up. i'm just glad that i had the experience of doing the show to bring combination to the boot campaign which is a charity that i played for. >> shawn, you were playing for character accounts in iowa. so good on both accounts for that. you stayed nice. not everyone is staying nice this season. thank you so much. good a very good morning to you. it 8:56. the two men accused in a violent attack at levi's stadium in a rest room are scheduled to appear in court this morning. the brothers are expected to enter pleas. boat are accused of a surprise attack against two other men in october. one victim is still recovering from his injuries. >> san francisco city leaders
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meeting today to discuss the upcoming demolition of candlestick park. they had planned to implode the stadium, but la week they took out permits to dismantle it piece by piece instead. it's expected to start any day now. another local news ipidate for you in about half an hour. enjoy your morning.
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. >> announcer: from nbc news, this is today's take live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> welcome to today on a tuesday morning. it's januy 5th 2015, state of the union day. why are we holding these balls you ask? inflate gate? >> this is one of the lamest scandals of all time. 40 points. they won by 40 points. >> they are saying it still doesn't give them a right to
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cheat. they didn't cheat for gosh sake. oh, please. >> patriots beat the you know what out of the colts 45-7. the claim here is that the patriots provide 12 balls for the game deflated them ever so slightly to give an advantage to tom brady on the ballot weather conditions. it's easier to grip and throw when it's wet if the ball is defleeted. we don't know yet, but there is an information as they go to the super bowl. >> that would not change the out come of the game. they would be fined or lose a draft pick if it's proven to be true. >> bill belichick and there is history there. >> the coach of the ravens accused them are a bizarre substitution. they have tricks with a lot of
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teams. >> one assumes they have the ball at some point. >> cindy born writes for the sports blog and said they are particular and superstitious about the balls and each brings their. >> don't the rest check the ball for that? >> yeah. >> they make the argument that there was a pin that deflated it. it hadn't been checked. >> here's tom brady when asked about it. >> would you care to weigh in. >> i think i've heard it all at this point. >> that's it. >> go long, jerry.
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>> nice. >> that's good with the count. >> bill belichick. belichick said first he heard. >> none of it's on camera. >> it was marked. >> now you're up to speed with all the things happening in the world on deflate gate. >> okay. belichick saying of course, they're going to cooperate. >> fantastic. >> all right. >> super bowl. >> all right. well there is some controversy over what was a number one box office movie this weekend, american sniper. michael moore tweeted out a series of tweets. my uncle killed by sniper in world war ii. we were taught snipers are cowards, will shoot you in the back. snipers aren't heroes. moore then wrote that he never actually tweeted the word
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"american sniper". >> so he was coincidentally tweeting about snipers. >> he went on his facebook page. he praised bradley cooper's performance and seth rogin adding to the controversy with his tweet saying "american sniper" reminds me on the movie throwing in the third act "inglorious bastards." nazi propaganda film. i think as "the new yorker" put it it's a -- you can look at it both ways. it's pro war, anti-war film. the reality is it's more about the legacy of all of the troops when they come home from war and having to readjust and what they're dealing with to assimilate back to their normal lives now being not in a normal frame of mind.
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>> i've seen the movie twice. it says to me it's hell with when you're there, it's hell when you're home. >> he has to decide whether to shoot a young boy. this is not what i signed up for. clint eastwood he said -- he's very anti-war. he said look this is a love story. this is about a family and what war does to families. >> i think it's a testament to the movie. it plays down the middle. whatever you want to take from it you will. >> and this man's funeral, people lined the streets in the rape and cold to salute him and thank him for his service to this country. chris kyle, his wife they've sacrificed so much and she continues to sacrifice. going out and doing these interviews and having to describe it. can you imagine what that is like for her? yes, it's capturing his life and what he did. she has to live this on her own
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as a widow. michael moore, this whole notion of tweeting things and then -- >> backing off. >> -- pretending offer whatever you want to call it because, i mean you know what you said it own it kind of people and you deal with it you know every action has a consequence. to say, wait a minute whoa i wasn't talking about that. >> of course you were. >> michael moore, whether you like him or not, smart guy. brilliant filmmaker in many ways. exposed a lot of what was happening in the auto industry early on in his career. you can't take that from him. no, i just randomly -- what is that. >> stop it. >> thank you. stop it. knock it off. >> all right. toothless tiger. >> i'm all fired up. go to transition. i'll knock some teeth out after that conversation. tiger woods, yesterday we saw this picture of tiger woods. >> yeah. >> i thought it was a shadow. >> me too. >> well that wasn't the picture. >> then he was in disguise. then suddenly we saw this picture. i thought maybe he had licorice
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chocolate will color out your tooth. no it turns out tiger woods lost a tooth. a photographer they were in italy to see his girlfriend, lindsey vonn and a scrum of photographers rushed the scene and someone knocked out tiger's tooth. >> the camera knocked out his tooth. >> what i love about this, he didn't leave. he was there for lindsey, tooth missing and all. would you two -- what would -- >> we were talking about that. >> went all that way to see her. >> absolutely. >> you wouldn't be on the ground panicking? >> is that a cap or is it -- because if your tooth gets knocked out, you are in pain. >> bleeding. >> shooting pain. >> it's exposed to the cold. >> you know if you read the stories though he had a security detail as he does. they took him around on a snowmobile. they didn't see that happen at any point. doesn't mean it happened. >> didn't it bleed? >> there was no big brouhaha scrum happened. it very well may have happened.
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i believe him that it did. it was sort of a mysterious moment. he pulled that scarf down which lindsey said he keeps wearing that stupid scarf. >> do you think it was a cap and then the cap fell out? not like an actual root to tooth kind of thing, root to gum? >> i don't know. >> tiger, call us. let us know. >> that's right. the mystery of the tooth. >> yeah okay. this is dedicated to our dear friend tamron who because sometimes in the middle of our program she'll go i'm feeling hungry. >> is that how i sound? >> you do. it's a combination of angry and hungry. we've got a new app called hangry that offers a solution. >> the reason i get hangry is because i have breakfast at 4:00 a.m. and so by the time we start our show together i'm blind with hunger. >> exactly. >> as are all of us. >> you have cooking segments between 7:00 and 9:00 and often we don't get anything. the other day when martha stewart was on. >> right. nor on "morning joe" either.
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>> this wasn't an accusation. >> no? >> no no seriously. >> we're hangry. >> i've always loved the word. >> what does the app do? >> the app says here according to research i can put in how many people that i'm having lunch, dinner breakfast. >> that are hangry with you. >> then within about 60 minutes my food our food -- >> so you can -- >> and you can determine what kind of food you're hangry for. >> i don't want thai this early. i love thai but i don't want it this early. there's a surprise. >> oh. let's see the surprise. >> pizza. >> chinese. >> not bad. so the vote is surprise? >> yeah surprise. >> surprise me. >> everybody likes surprise. >> i love the hangry is pulsating. here we go. >> do we get fed? >> i'm going to order -- it's ordering pesto pasta.
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rigatoni with shrimp. >> this is a little heavy. >> the credit card is in. >> tell you what the time is. that might determine what you're hangry for. >> wtf, where's the food. >> you can track the food. >> so it delivers it? >> are we actually having this delivered to us? >> yeah. >> oh. >> even better. >> the show is less than -- we have less than 60 minutes left in the show, but they're on broadway which isn't very far. >> where are we getting it from? >> i don't know. >> we're getting it from hangry central. >> it doesn't say. >> meantime while buy wait for our food, we've got a clipper coming across. cleveland, a little snowmaking its way towards us. there's jacobs field. it's still a while before the boys of summer report for spring training. a little snow coming across. first the one bringing snow to ohio. a second one is dropping down out of minnesota. that comes through tomorrow evening bringing snow into the mid-atlantic states and the northeast.
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it's a weak sauce system. 1 to 3 inches generally. could be some isolated 5, 6 inch amounts. for the most part still dealing with a lot of low clouds and patchy fog. looking down on the low clouds from the mountain, you can see the top, but below, socked in certainly around san francisco where you're driving through the low clouds. 51 degrees. it will take time for the visibilities which are less than a quarter mile to improve as we go through the late morning hours. eventually as we head toward the afternoon, we'll see hazy sunshine across the bay area. highs in the low to mid 60s around san jose. low 60s around the north bay and trivalley. and that's your latest weather. >> al, thank you very much. we've been hearing a lot about a rebound in a housing market and some record low mortgage rates so is it a good time to buy, sell, and refinance? we have a quiz to help you after
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>> the last several years have been tough on homeowners. doorgd trulia, the housing market is 75% back to normal levels. mortgage rates have hit the lowest levels since 2013. the going rate for a 30-year mortgage was 3.66%. >> the question is is this the time to buy or refinance? we are waiting it out. here with a real estate quiz, we have senior personal finance correspondent sharon epperson and mike aubrey. good morning to both of you. before we get back to this, get to this quiz, break it down. what do you mean that the market is 75% back to normal and when does it get to 100%? >> if you look at peak levels from 2005, that's what you are
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referring to. we are most of the way back but not there yet. when is that going to happen? if i knew the answer, i would be sitting on a beach drinking something fruit we an umbrella in it. we are at least a year out from peak levels. 2015 will be pretty flat. >> why are rates as low as they are. are they going even lower? >> the falling stock prices and oil prices, a lot of them have you worried about global growth. this caused a lot of people to get into bonds. bond yields have fallen and they are tied to mortgage rates. we have seen them fall over the last several weeks. we have more reports that make us worried about the health of the economy. lots of people think we could see rates fall either further, but how low will they go? no one knows and it's hard to pick the bottom. they are low and attractive to a lot of people.
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>> sitting on the beach. you got this quiz for us. >> yes. the first question is if you are in the market to buy a house, should you lock your rate now or later? >> you said they are going down. >> you should do it now because you don't know how much they are going to fall. lock in the rate right now. you are still -- think about last year when you were at 4.5%. we are further ahead of the game right now. >> that's like being under the bridge trying to catch a falling knife. the out come is not going to be good. >> what town are you from? next question, mr. danger. >> if you are thinking about selling your home, should you do it now or later? >> agreed. 100%. inventory is very, very low. i think if you want to sell your house get it on the market now
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and you are likely going to get more later as inventory starts to go up. >> you want to make sure you can get at least 20% of the equity or more so you can buy another home so you don't have to pay the mortgage insurance. if you are a renter trying to become a first time homeowner should you buy now or later? >> this is why i say that. rates are great. most people who want to be a first time home buyer don't realize how much goes into it and how much they need to afford. it's much more than just mortgage rates. i say later just so that you have time to do your homework. rates are great and if you know you can afford the down payment and your housing costs will be less than 25 to 30% of your income. if you haven't done that wait.
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>> to qualify, later. >> we will have to point that out. >> you are thinking about refinancing. now or later? >> absolutely. i agree. 100%. we are in a market place where -- sharon said it. i think that we don't know where the 10-year bond will go, but we are seeing money at a 52-week low right now and i don't see it going a lot lower unless people give it away for free. >> if you bought your house in the last couple of years and lower your rate by one percentage point and recoup the cost it will incur to refinance in the next year or two it makes sense. otherwise you may want to crunch the numbers unless you will be in your house for a long time to recoup. >> it's a tie. >> up next, it could be much worse for your health than you thought. >> we will catch up with nick
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>> this is why those residents are spooked. some reports saying they found doors unlocked and stolen keys in front door dead bolts. meantime,ee play learn more about the mysterious goo killing birds along the east bay shoreline. 50 birds so far have died. 250 have been rescued and are treated in a center in fairfield. california's fish and wildlife is testing the substance right now. if a group or person is found responsible, they may face fines or criminal charges. we'll take a look at your weather and traffic. stay with us.
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waking up to a lot of fog around the bay area. the view from the east bay in dublin showing you hazy sunshine breaking through. the golden gate bridge driving into the clouds. 51 with visibility at times around concord, oakland, livermore, a half mile or less. san mateo, one mile visibility. it will take until after lunch file for the low clouds to clear, but hazy sunshine and highs today eventually in the
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low to mid 60s from san jose southward. near 60 degrees in san francisco, and for the north bay, highs in the low 60s. the trend will take us into the 70s warming up just in time for the weekend. >> drivers with their heads in the clouds as well. this is oakland coliseum. that's the arena right here and the low traffic. you can barely see it. you see the orange all over the map. it's tougher to see from 580 and 880. slow on both sides of the bay. for the hayward side and the peninsula side and south of the dumbarton bridge, an easier view. back to you. >> i think i saw you there by the end of that. thank you very much. we'll have another local news update coming up.
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with natalie and tamron and al, tamron showed me the hangry app. >> it's a bat phone. who is on the phone. hello? >> we went for the virginia family. we were worried about someone hacking in. >> we watch the "today" show every morning. >> thank you. >> all 100 of you. >> you could order oust iphones
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and stuff. >> we got it. thank you so much. i really appreciate it. thank you so much. you have a good day now. they were looking out for us. >> it's a backbone. aka called burner phone. >> thank you to the hundreds of people who keep calling. they are all nice. >> i want to be able to get a call from the commissioner. >> that's someone from new york calling. >> as we look at today a clipper is bringing snow into the ohio river valley. another one right behind it. dry weather in the pacific northwest. news 49 in seattle. look for sunshine as you make your way into texas. temperatures warming up and we get a mess in the southwest.
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the system that will be bringing snow as you get into the central rockies. an icy mix through central arizona, new mexico and rain. an icy mix with the second clippe we're still waiting for the low clouds to clear around san jose. right now, 50 degrees. dublic, also 50. and across the golden gate bridge, 51 right now, and visibility at times around the east bay and north bay, less than a quarter mile. levermore, out to fairfield, we'll expect hazy sunshine and temperatures in the low 60s around san jose, and about the same for the north bay and trivalley today. but things begin to warm up approaching the weekend, high pressure strengthens, should see low 70s just in time for the weekend. >> and that's your latest weather. guys? >> nick kroll wears many hats as
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the starter and creator of the kroll show. >> the comedy here's will say hello after the third and final season which boy the way is already under way. not before the special guests. hello there. >> hello. thank you for integrating. >> yes. you are on fire and you announced you are ending the show. why? >> we felt like we explored all the stuff we wanted to do and wanted to go out on top. i didn't think the "today" show would have me back. >> we would always have you back. >> it's all the publicity. is there one or more characters that you would miss the most in the show? i 98 no secret of it being my favorite. are there -- you have so many. you have been through all of them. >> i love doing all the
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characters while i'm doing them. i play a publicist named liz. there she is. what a beautiful woman i am. >> all the good looks. >> what i do with jenny slade who is talented. the dressing up as a woman is exhausting. i do. >> the hardest part. the heels are not fun and the spanx which i wear -- i'm wearing them today as well obviously. it's the hair and make up. it's exhausting. >> did you look at yourself in the mirror and say not bad? >> i mean, you know. you have to learn to love yourself. >> your selfie. >> exactly. >> you have guest stars coming up.
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can you reveal any of those? >> i can on the "today" show. as i mentioned, jenny slade and john me lainy who are regulars as well as this year we have seth rogen and amy poehler and bill burr. a much of amazing people. look at those great people. >> hang out with the cool kids for real. tonight with this guy. >> we are saying hello for the upper westside characters that they will be at the second street why. i think the apocalypse is upon us. a lot of hard hitting questions. >> or somewhere clear. >> we are there for publicity.
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>> three knicks for us. . >> you will be dressed as a woman by the time you get into work. >> you have a game for anything. >> pictures tomorrow. >> that's why i gave out your phone number on television. >> we will talk to you later. check it out in the final season. the show airs tuesday night on comedy central. >> love it. >> and up next, don't give up on getting fit. jenna kofl living with chronic migraine feels like each day is a game of chance. i wanted to put the odds in my favor. so my doctor told me about botox® an fda-approved treatment that significantly reduces
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eight-week get real and get results weight loss plan. >> rolls off the tongue. get going what it is about. >> we will get working here but i want to ask about the book. what is the program? >> the eight-week program is to get people who evaporate worked out before an opportunity to work out, understand their body and wake up and get results. in eight weeks, you will have a whole new physique. >> i can go for that. >> we are talking core and cardio. we saw you earlier. it's all about getting moving and going. first exercise, you will show us something. simple jumping jacks. >> i put together a combo move of cardio and core. you are never resting. you are always doing something. my core is filled up at the moment so i'm going to have this beautiful physiquely type man thing and you two demonstrate and will show you the cardio.
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i will have you -- i will stand here. a combination of jumping jacks and slow mountain climbers. we will do ten jumping jacks. into ten slow mountain climbers. demonstrate for us keeping your core tight. pull your pants up. that looks good. you are in a plank position. bring your right knew to your right elbow. left knee to left elbow. you do 10 jumping jacks, ten slow mountain climbers. 10 and 8 and 10 and 7. you see how it goes. >> we got this. >> if you want to make it easier, go down from five. you can go up to 20. play around with the numbers. slow because it focuses on your core and you will be holding in that position. natalie has done 108 so far. >> the number was just ten.
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i did them fast. >> the second combo move are lateral jumps are nice and easygoing left to right. ten of those. feet together. he is going to show us how to do a plank jack. out and in. out and in. >> again, you are going to do 10 lateral jumps and 10 of these and 10 lateral jumps and 10 of these. >> that does it. >> you feel it in your core, right? >> yeah and the arms too. >> fantastic. he's the task master. a high knee is you want to get your legs up so they are parallel to the ground.
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you feel it in your abs. >> i cannot do any more. >> show us how woe do inner and outer. heels are off the ground and how much the outer. >> we will talk about that later. >> what are we doing? >> get to work. high knees and you look like the outfit for it. you get down on your back and do ten outer and inner heel touches. you see how that crunches up. you keep them bent and it's out and in. >> you are doing great, buddy. >> it's fantastic. >> you have been working out throughout your pregnancy. that's so great. >> i'm trying. i'm slowing down. doctor's orders.
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if you are into skin care like i am, i'm sure you have seen the motorized beauty tools like the super popular face cleansing brushes. i broke down and bought one and got one as a gift and i have been dieing to try them. some of them are pretty pricey. we are giving them a run to the editor at large of shape magazine. they had an article on the topic that is here to navigate. good to see you. i tweeted out a picture of one of the products that i got and some of the people said what is that? others were racy. sure because it's motorized and nevertheless this is the craze from tooth brush to face cleanser to something that makes your lips less dry. >> it's about sonic pulsations. everything from clean to exfoliating. >> sonic pulsation. is there specific proof this works some. >> these are sound waves that
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are moving. with the first product, this is the mini. they lift the dirt and the make up and the oil and exfoliates while you are cleaning. >> i used this every morning and one side you use to cleanse and the other soaks in the moisturizer. they help your anti-agers and sunscreen work better. >> i have an epic pimple and i have been using this on it for days. >> everybody should be using a syrum. where you see the first signs of aging. >> i heart 27. >> even in your 20s. they help the skin and gets in there deep.
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>> by patting it. >> these last for about three months or so, but it's a great product especially if you spent less money on the eye creams. >> a couple of times on the show. what is this? >> this is for people who suffer from moderate acne especially adult acne. this has two types of lights. the blue helps to kill bacteria and the led light helps with inflammation and heal the break outs. use it for 15 minutes every day and you should see results. >> this is if you have acne issues. >> exactly. >> it feels warm to your face? >> i don't feel it. >> you feel something. >> let's look at lips and tooth
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brush. why do we pulse our lips? >> they are chapped and flaky and you want to exfoliate them. this is from bliss. it comes with a scrub and this device rotates gently over the top and bottom lip and exfoliates and your lip balm penetrates more. >> can this cause problems? >> you want to use it gently for about 15 seconds and wipe it off. >> i will let you wipe it off. another thing i recently bought. the sonic tooth brush. i'm not sure if i got caught up in the hype. >> it works wonders. this has blue light that helps the whitening gel to penetrate more dopely and quickly. you are seeing better results as you whiten your teeth. >> this curling iron that vibrates. >> it rotates. >> whatever it does. it doesn't stay still.
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>> does it work? >> with one touch of the button gives you bouncy and beautiful waves. >> let's see. >> look how quickly it works. >> we have to go. >> it does! >> nice beautiful waves. i love it. >> i was skeptical. without hair stray or anything. again a lot of these items are pricey, but they are worth the investment if you can. back in a moment. this is "today" on nbc. this is a mini version of that.
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. >> billy is filling in. it's a big day. >> yes, it is. >> you brought me food for my hangry app. >> what do we got there?
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good morning, everyone. it's 9:56. investigators looking for an armed man who held up a 7-11 in sunnyvale. a clerk tells us a man came into the store around 8:30 last
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night, showed a gun but did not draw it. the clerk empties two cash regders and he took off. >> police have released two sketches of a suspicious man seen in a neighborhood in aberten. he was medium build. some neighbors have found doors unlocked or stolen keys in front door dead bolts. >> caltrans will start running metering lights from 6:00 to 11 cloong a.m. between 280 and 101. begun becoming more congested. the extended hours for the northbound drivers starts january 28th. >> let's check your weather with rob. >> we are seeing a lot of fog and low clouds misty skies. they may hang on for a little while. we can see patchy fog, especially out across the bay and towards the evening, hazy skies around snenunset, and low 60s closer to san jose and about 60 in san francisco. low to mid 60s around the north
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bay and trivalley. this before high pressure begins to strengthen and our temperatures climb as we get into the weekend. 70s possible around the north bay and trivalley starting saturday. now for another check of your tuesday commute, here's mike. >> low clouds in freminute as well and here's the congestion slowdown. the northbound starting to look better, and here's 85. scott talked about the southbound side with metering lights getting onto the freeway, but the freeway itself remains the same flow it's just the on-ramps that are effected. 101, san antonio and palo alto a crash, three vehicles may be involved, blogging a blocking a couple lanes. >> thanks. we'll have another update in a half hour. see you then.
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from nbc news this is "today" with kathie lee gifford and hoda kotb. live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> not my best angle. e're starting out very badly. >> i'm joined by the one and only billy bush. >> hello, my dear. >> filling in for kathie lee. she's continuing to have a few more days off. so happy you're here. >> the month of january in florida -- kathie lee if you're watching, which clearly you're not what is this?
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>> she's been working selling her stuff. how does feel to be sitting on this desk? >> this is the most incredible day ever. which camera? i can't believe my fortune today. hoda, i'm here on the day that you have been outed. i'm looking at "the daily mail" online and they're outing you and your boyfriend and i'm not outing you now because they've already outed you. this is two years. you protected this guy -- they outed you on the beach. >> i know. here's the thing, you know when you're keeping something so close to the vest and i have done that -- i didn't even say his name. here's the thing. that's why we called him boots because we just showed his shoes. so we decided, why not? >> there he is. >> joe is out from the shadows.
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>> look at handsome joel. total stud. can we show "the daily mail" photo because it's you on the beach. >> might as well. this is too tight to see. come here. >> get in tight. >> how about that? is that all we get, that quick? he has some physique on him. what is he like, 18? >> can you believe? i feel like some relief because you know when you feel like you're keeping a secret -- i talked to him this morning. i said, who cares? he said, who cares? there he is. >> it feels good. >> it does. >> but there's lots of questions. will he get along with blake shelton? do he and blake -- if blake shelton -- does he rub his belly -- >> oh, the dog.
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i thought we were talking about the other blake. i was going with my boyfriend, joel, to see my other boyfriend blake shelton, this weekend because he's going to be hosting and doing the musical guest at "snl." >> but he's probably comfortable now in the relationship to see you get all giddy and -- >> he doesn't care. he's so confident. he rubs the dog's belly. >> she was so nervous this morning. she came in -- should i -- is it okay? i said, hoda, let this baby out. >> set it free. thank god. okay. so let's move on to "the bachelor." this is one of your all-time favorite shows. why do you love it? >> later on in life, i'm going to regret my mondays because i watch both "celebrity apprentice" and "the bachelor." i've been married for 17 years. the guy gets to sit in a hot tub and make out with women.
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but kimmel got in on the act last night. >> by the way, this is you, the bachelor -- what was everyone wearing, by the way? >> i was wearing nothing. but kip wore this silly t-shirt with the fake bikini on. >> what was he like? >> he was wearing nothing. she lied to us. but kimmel last night -- my wife sends me a text and says, jimmy kimmel, no words. apparently he went out on a date with katelyn and with -- >> the bachelor. >> and they went to costco, he got in the tub, he was scrubbing him down -- >> they were going to costco to make a meal for jimmy kimmel. they did their shopping.
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they went back and made a meal. then it got awkward. take a look t at their conversation at dinnertime. >> the fact of the matter is god named him the bachelor and his divine mission is to have a lot of sex, i guess. good day guys. good day. good chicken wings. >> how much time did he spend on this? this is like a week of his summer vacation or something? >> come on. kimmel is awesome. anyway kimmel also put the girls to the test. they did a farming challenge where they had to milk a cow or shuck corn -- >> hoedown throwdown. jillian is one of the girls who had the rear end issue. >> there's a rumor they're
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putting too much access banner across her behind not because the shorts are too small. because she might -- >> there's an issue with grooming. >> yeah. adhering to the laws of the '70s. that's what's been said. i did not -- i'm only regurgitateing regurgitating. >> it seems weird. and someone pointed out, there was an issue with grooming downstairs -- >> not from the back. there's no way from the back there could be an issue. nobody has that issue, right? right? no one has an issue? >> some men have the issue. >> they need to come out in her defense immediately if this is not true. >> it makes it seem terrible. >> where is the p.r. department on this? >> this makeout business he's doing -- he's making out with women in front of other women. >> they're all watching it and getting very jealous about this.
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>> my wife really likes this guy. she thinks he's hot and she likes the farm thing. she's from mississippi. she lives with farmers. >> where in mississippi? >> clarksdale mississippi. >> i used to work in greenville. it would be a turn-off to me if the guy i was falling for was making out with a bunch of other girls in front of me. >> or does it increase your appetite to compete? >> it could do that. >> do you get jealous and upset or do you get angry and go and take what's yours? we want that which we cannot have. do you want the restaurant that is packed with people or do you want the one that's available and empty? >> i want the packed one. you're right. so lindsey vonn, great skier,
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had an amazing comeback. she really showed how talented she is. she blew her knee out, came back. >> she's the all-time world champion that best that ever was, won her 63rd world championship. this is a huge moment. however she stands in the shadow of the toothless tiger. are you afraid of a toothless tiger? behind the mask, surprise, surprise, he flies over. >> and he peels it down and you can see that his front tooth was missing. on one of the biggest days of her career, this was on the front page of every newspaper, they kissed through the mask. they're claiming he got bumped by a video camera -- >> at the press conference, a cameraman with a camera on his shoulder turned and whacked out -- >> if that happened, not saying it didn't but if it definitely happened, we would have seen video, someone else -- if it was a crush of camera -- wouldn't we
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have seen something by now? >> and if it did pop out, it was a veneer anyway. he has the most beautiful teeth. what else could have happened to the tooth? who knows? he's had his teeth knocked out before. but that was a long time ago and he's a different man now, absolutely, very romantic. went over to surprise her. >> we have one more piece of breaking news. we have christina aguilera has a baby and we have it. do it again! >> hot baby. this isn't christina's baby but it kind of resembles the baby. >> it is the star of "american sniper." >> they used a fake baby that looked real. >> do we have the photo of christina's real baby? >> we put it up for a second. that's what we do here. it was the little tushy.
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>> that's the fake baby. >> i did notice this baby's arm is hanging limply there. >> this isn't just a prop, right? >> billy, welcome. how do you like your first ten minutes. >> very good very cold. good to be with you on this exciting day that you've been outed. >> stop. you won't be able to get them out of their hands. spandau ballet is here to perform their biggest hit. >> get the man, bring them over. spandau sings for you. and the blacklist ryan eggold is changing the course of history. find out how when we play you give... and you give... and then you give some more. but sometimes you get. and so you take. tylenol® cold is strong enough for you while children's tylenol®
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we'll explain the raincoats in a second. but what do ryan eggold, waffles and syrup all have in common? >> probably it has to do with why we're sitting here in
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raincoats. hello, handsome. >> he is. first of all, he's stunning, this gentleman. >> nice facial hair, too. good beard. >> thank you for that. what better intro is there than standing with a puppy kissing you? >> we were voting on who's cuter. >> the puppy wins. >> three women in america don't totally love you. so we got the puppy. >> you're busy. we'll talk about "the blacklist" in a second. but you have a little movie going. >> yes, a mini movie, a mini series called "sons of liberty" about the american revolution. i play this guy joseph warren, who nobody knows about. >> who is he? >> he's the unsung hero? >> he is indeed a doctor. he was a respected member of society. so for him to turn and become one of these leaders of the revolution was kind of a big deal. >> you're in there with the big
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names, revere, sam adams, john hancock, all the big guns. >> and the thing is, i don't want to give away any spoilers, but he has a tough time at the very first major battle. >> did you have to google him to see who he was? >> google, read books, all sorts of stuff yeah. >> interesting. you're playing that. let's go back to "the lackblacklist" for a second. we love that show. what can you give us? >> love the show. >> i can give you nothing. i can give you -- we come back in the super bowl, which is going to be very exciting. there are going to be enormous explosions. it's going to be -- >> you better bring your "a" game. this is accidental 30 million people watching. you have to bring the guns. >> yes bring it all. >> i think i might be going to the super bowl which i'm very, very excited about. >> who are you rooting for, by the way?
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>> 50% of the people will love me, 50% will hate me. i've got a little pool going with my friends for seattle. i've got seattle. >> so we're going to play a game. it's called "is ryan lying." when he's on the air, you can lie better than any of them. >> and his character, tom keen, not a very truthful and honest person. >> not necessarily. >> this is bad. >> do you guys want to pour syrup all over me -- >> we have eggo waffles because it's about ryan eggold with eggo waffles. >> who has the worst cap -- that is horrible. >> i feel like i'm in the shower. we're ready. every time -- you're going to give us a statement and we'll decide if you're lying. if we get it wrong, we get syrup poured on top of us.
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>> do not blow this, you guys. >> are they centered to begin with? there we go. >> it's a little off to the side. >> here we go. i was once briefly married. >> you're saying that's a fact, is that true or is that false? >> you're lying. you were not married ever. >> it is false. >> that is correct. >> who are you dating right now? >> i'm dating denzel washington. >> you, too? >> i have made out with jessica chastain true or false? >> true. >> i want this to be true. >> it's true. it was in "the disappearance of eleanor rigby." i had one scene and i was blessed with making out with her. okay. true or false i used to compete in rubik's cube competitions.
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>> false. >> true. >> nerd is not an answer. >> it's false. >> yes! >> i'm very sorry. >> hanging in there. >> i used to compete on a woman's roller derby team. >> compete? false. >> it's so false that it's got to be true. i say you did. >> it's false. i'm so sorry. >> careful. >> this last one, i feel very confident. >> got to work harder. >> she's loving this way too much. >> oh got to go -- >> i performed an impromptu duty with billy bush, true or false? >> false. >> it's true! >> yes! >> shall we again?
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he's back. >> someone get some syrup, we'll pour it all over me. >> rick younger who's married with a son. chuck nice, married for 14 years and last but not least -- >> never looked sexier girl. let me tell you right now, i'm going get a cup of cherries and pancakes, we'll have breakfast right now. >> so sadly divorced -- >> what a nice day for joel to come out and make his debut. >> all right, kids, we have a question. >> katherine begins this off here. >> what does she say? >> my guy used to open car doors for me. now that we're married, he does not. how can i let him know i wish he would still do those things for me? >> seems like that goes out the window -- once a guy gets what he wants he quits being a gentleman. >> not you of course. >> not me. >> you have to tell it like it is. if that's important to you, you let him know.
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if you're really trying to stand firm, you just stand by the door and wait. see if he opens the door. see if he drives off. see if he comes back before the day is over. >> but a lot of guys have the, you're in -- that's what they do to you. >> i think ladies should open the door for the gentlemen these days. >> one thing you have to remember as a guy, if you have a woman that you were willing to open the door for, another dude is willing to open the door for her if it's important enough -- >> do you do that? >> i do. but my wife is southern. and my father-in-law got up when she got up from the table and i was like what's he getting up for? i learned when a lady gets up from the table you get up -- >> we'll be back with a lot more questions. that was just one. many more to come. >> it's the '80s all
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around 10:30 after a coast guard helicopter spotted them near coyota creek. they used a phone call to help and then they dropped the phone in the water. crews performed two separate rescues in the same area in a little more than 24 hours. rescuers say the king tides are particularly problematic because of the potential to strand boaters when the tide goes out. >> san francisco city leaders are meeting to discuss the upcoming demolition of candlestick park. the contractor had initially planned to implode the stadium but last week he took out permits to dismantle the stadium piece by piece instead. it's expected to start any day now. >> well we'll check weather and traffic after the break.
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starting ought with a lot more low cloud cover. patchy fog and mist. later on we'll see the clouds slowly breaking up. changing over to partly cloudy skies. low 60s around san jose. still near 60 in san francisco, and low 60s around the north bay and trivalley for today. but the trend ahead will turn things a bit warmer. high pressure strengthening. we should see stronger offshore winds that leads to less morning fog and warm temperatures this weekend. could be close to records. now for a check of the commute, here's mike. >> improved through palo alto after a crash finally cleared lanes. that's the late slowdown on the peninsula. faulk in the east bay, but things are getting loiter including the bay bridge toll plaza where it's literally
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lighter. still low clouds hanging around. >> thanks. join us at 11:00 for the newscast. see you then. back with more "boozeday tuesday." more of our guys tell all. billy bush is filling in for kathie lee. >> what was said during the commercial break thank god it will not come out! first up, the single star of "sons of liberty" ryan eggold mr. younger, chuck nice and bob guiney. >> what do you consider exclusive to mean? >> here's what exclusive means. it's means. i go out with who i want to. you go out with me.
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that's exclusive. you exclusively go out with me. we're in an exclusive relationship. >> that's something you need to make sure you ask every man you date and get his personal -- here's an exclusive, we're going out tonight and after tonight, that's it. >> you exclusively answered that we have nothing to do with that. he's on his own. >> yes you are. >> what have you got, billy? >> lisa sends in this one. i am a stay-at-home mom of three boys. my husband travels a lot with work. however, when he's home and may help with some of the chores he gets a little irritated if i forget to thank him or compliment him -- >> we want to be complimented even when we do something as trivial as picking up our socks. >> because it's not trivial to us. we're not doing that for us. i could live in a mountain of
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underwear for the rest of my life! and i would not care. i will buy new underwear. i pick it up because you don't love underwear on the floor. that's why -- i do the dishes because you don't like to see dishes in the sink. >> the bachelor just passed on that. >> and they both expressed a feeling a lot of men feel. but you've got to be aware -- three kids? she's taking care of three of your kids? maybe she just -- you need to just be like, hey, you know what -- >> it goes both ways. >> you can't expect her to do all that and then come home and when you do one thing expect her to make a big deal about it. >> yes, i can! i certainly can okay! >> you are more than entitled to that feeling. but -- >> everything i do i want to be recognized for anything! i don't care what it is.
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life is hard. >> you're not doing as much as her around the house. >> why do we sound like we're married? >> i love you baby. >> and i you. >> the truth is that compliment for a man, it's funny and we are simple in that way a small little compliment you'll get more -- if you're smart you know how to work -- you got him on a remote control at this point. he'll start say, i got compliments i'll take out the trash. and you can get a lot more performance -- >> you have to do what's unexpected. for instance, my wife started doing some dishes a few days ago. she walked away. i jumped in and finished. >> that's awesome! >> she went upstairs. i jumped in. he came back, the kitchen was clean. >> how long did you wait for your compliment? >> i got it right away, baby. >> one more from across the street. >> i just got engaged.
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how involved do you guys actually want to be in the wedding planning? >> congratulations. >> how involved -- >> marriage terrifies me. so i don't know if i could answer that question. i don't even want to think about marriage let alone the planning of it. >> i was involved to the extent of how much is this going to cost us after the wedding day? if it's something where it's going to be a lot of debt that now we have to share i'm like, don't go crazy -- but other than that, let me know where to be, when to be there. >> i said, i'm going to forego any job here but please give a small job to my mother. give her something to do and then it will be fine and i won't have to do anything. and that's great. i don't want to do anything anyway. >> it's my wedding so i'm planning everything! >> if you want to submit a question for our panel, head to klgandhoda.com. boys, thank you.
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what you may be doing wrong on social media. >> and what makes me feel so happy is good music. spandau ballet singing right after this. i'm jerry bell the second. and i'm jerry bell the third. i'm like a big bear and he's my little cub. this little guy is non-stop. he's always hanging out with his friends. you've got to be prepared to sit at the edge of your seat and be ready to get up. there's no "deep couch sitting." definitely not good for my back. this is the part i really don't like right here. (doorbell) what's that? a package! it's a swiffer wetjet. it almost feels like it's moving itself. this is kind of fun. that comes from my floor? eww! this is deep couch sitting. [jerry bell iii] deep couch sitting! my mornings are definitely not routine. and that can take a lot of energy. nature valley breakfast biscuits. four biscuits, 26 grams of whole grains that give you the energy to help keep you going. i love nature valley breakfast biscuits.
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see if your plan is in the preferred network by visiting walmart.com/rxplans. save money. live better. walmart. have you ever had one of those moments you look in the mirror and you ask yourself, am i happy? >> yeah. yeah. am i happy? if you're the type who puts off your own happiness until the kids are grown or out of the house, it is time to change that. >> it is. i posted a video on our web page that said that music makes me happy. keeps me motivated. leah shared seeing this smile every day. dave's bulldog and cat keep him happy. linda feels good when she finishes a quilt. and check out this adorable
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picture. >> we have some of the surprising secrets of happiness from personal executive coach valorie burton and wendy noggles is here. some people just seem like they see the glass half full. is it part of our dna whether we're happy or not? >> actually, it is. there's research that shows we have something called a happiness set point. 50% is genetic. but 40% is what you choose to do every day. >> are you owed happiness? people expect to be happy. >> the best happiness comes when you work toward it. if you set a goal and achieve it, you'll get more happiness than just a very instant quick hit. that's what makes it last. >> you have some tips. if people are in a funk and some are, it's the winter, this might help you. you're saying when something good happens in your lifer, notice it. mark the moment and say, today's a good day. >> always looking ahead, aren't
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we? >> when we talk to researchers, that's what they said. a lot of people are looking for that big moment that's going to bowl them over. but happy people appreciate the small things. their child's smile, coffee with a friend. and notice them in the moment. and that doesn't mean snap a picture with your cell phone and post it on social media. really be there. >> surround yourself with happy people? >> happy friends. >> right. i've got hoda here, can't possibly be in a bad mood. when you surround yourself with crabby people, you feel crummy. >> happiness is contagious. be careful who you spend a lot of time with. notice the people that when your cell phone rings and you see their name come up, and you're cringing, that's a sign those aren't the happy people. >> and sometimes happiness is temporary. you go to a bar and party and it's happiness but it's over the next day. joy is when you open your eyes in the morning. and you're happy because of who you're next to who your kids
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are -- >> and being happy while you're on your way to where you want to go. so many people feel like happiness is a destination. and that's not the case. >> what about social media? >> it can make you feel crummy. >> a lot of data suggests it can make you feel isolated and alone. but the key here is that you want to be contributing. you want to be posting and tagging and doing that kind of involvement because then you feel a part of things rather than so isolated. when you are involved that way, social media uplifts you, doesn't bring you down. >> so when you're looking at it and say, why do they have all that stuff and you aren't contributor you feel like a stalker? >> but aren't we all looking at the mobile phone waiting for good news? >> we're looking to connect with someone. >> last one. >> you say focus on the big picture. >> one of the interesting things that happens is when we're young, we look for the quick
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hits. but as we age, we're looking for the bigger questions, the meaning of life. you actually need both the short, fast things and the bigger picture things. so look at that grand picture to give you that sense of happiness. >> i think it's living in the hard moments to get to the good moments. it's finding measure when it's not so great. and when it's great again, it's even better. >> yes it is. >> getting through to the next point. >> you're very smart. guys, thank you so much. get ready for a blast from the past. the one, the only who is it? >> spandau ballet. we've got a live performance. first these messages. ♪♪ the adventures you've been imagining. the heroes you've been admiring. the worlds you've been dreaming of. ♪♪ the thrills you've been craving. the moments you've been missing. the vacation you've been looking for is here. come and take it. universal orlando resort.
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♪ the toyota concert series on "today" brought to you by toyota. >> they're here, one of the iconic groups of the '80s. they haven't toured on american soil in nearly 30 years.
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but they are back. >> love you guys. spandau ballet has sold over 25 million albums, had 23 hit singles, like the smash song we all know "true" that's been used in countless soundtracks including "16 candles" and the story of hoda's life. just recently ed norton used it in "modern family." >> all the original members are here. they kick off their north american tour to promote their latest album "the story." hi! >> nice to be back. thank you very much. >> we're so glad you're back. >> what took you so long? >> we took some time off. we've all got individual things that we do. but it's pretty well documented. we had a big fallout which was 20 years. but we finally got ourselves back together in 2009 and 2010.
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>> you're touring -- >> we're in san francisco on friday night. and in l.a. on sunday. then we're back here in may. >> what are you going to sing for us? >> if you don't, i'm going to come over there. ♪ ♪ ha ha ha ha ha ♪ ♪ ha ha ha ha hi ♪ ♪ so true funny how it seems ♪
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♪ always in time but never in line for dreams ♪ ♪ head over heels when toe to toe ♪ ♪ this is the sound of my soul ♪ ♪ this is the sound ♪ ♪ i bought a ticket to the world ♪ ♪ but now i've come back again ♪ ♪ why do i find it hard to write the next line ♪ ♪ i want the truth to be said ♪ ♪ ha ha ha ha ha hi ♪ ♪ i know this much is true ♪ ♪ ha ha ha ha ha hi note i know this much is true ♪
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♪ ♪ ♪ i bought a ticket to the world ♪ ♪ but now i've come back again ♪ ♪ why do i find it hard to write the next line ♪ ♪ i want the truth to be said ♪ note i want the truth to be said note ha ha ha ha hi ♪ ♪ i know this much is true ♪ ♪ ha ha ha ha ha hi ♪
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♪ i know this much is true ♪ ♪ this much is true ♪ note ♪ i know this much is true ♪ ♪ i know i know i know this much is true ♪ ♪ i know this much is true ♪ >> whoo! >> thank you very much. thank you. fine dancing over there.
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>> was it good for you? >> it was perfect, just like the old days. >> was it everything you needed it to be? >> everything! thank you guys. amazing. >> come here you. >> we'll be back in a moment. but first, this is "today" on nbc. ♪ ♪ ♪
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♪ ♪ i know this much is true ♪ gentlemen, that was so good. >> we love you. billy, you're coming back tomorrow. >> you didn't tell me about this.
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president obama puts the finishing touches on his state of the union address. his second to last. foreign policy is expected to take a back seat to what americans are really concerned about which is their jobs and their money. >> good morning and thanks for joining us. >> tonight's state of the union address won't be much of a -- as president obama has been touring the country pitching his ideas to help the middle class. we have a good idea as to what he's going to say and how republicans are going to respond. >> we turn to tracie potts on capitol hill. >> when president obama speaks tonight, he'll pitch tax credits, paid sick

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