Skip to main content

tv   Today  NBC  January 27, 2016 7:00am-10:00am PST

7:00 am
one man dead, the group's leader and seven others behind bars. the standoff at that wildlife refuge still not over. he's out. donald trump says he's going to skip tomorrow night's republican debate on fox because he doesn't like one of the moderators. >> they can't toy with me like they toy with everybody else. >> ted cruz calling his rival scared and challenging him to a duel. >> i would like to invite donald now to engage in a one-on-one debate with me any time between now and the iowa caucuses. >> with five days to go, will a trump free debate make a difference? super controversy. the nfl investigating broncos quarterback peyton manning over allegations that a performance enhancing drug was shipped to his home. how will the scandal impact the super bowl and denver's biggest star? and honoring abe.
7:01 am
roles in "the god father". >> tell michael to mind his own business. >> and barney miller dyes at the age of 94. a man who always made us smile. >> he looks like my grandson. >> wow. >> we'll say good-bye to a friend today, wednesday, january 27th, 2016. >> announcer: from nfc news, this is "today" with matt lauer and savannah guthrie live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. and good morning, everyone. welcome to "today" on a wednesday morning. abe, abe, abe. abe bagoda has died. 94 years old. amazing actor in movies like that one, "the godfather." and on television, "barney miller." that face and that sense of humor. >> what about that big heart? so many times he came to studio 1a, one of our most favorite guests. beloved.
7:02 am
we'll look back with a lot of affection affection. top story this morning, one member of the anti-government protesters this morning shot dead, eight others arrested as the fbi and local police look to joe fryer has the story. good morning. >> reporter: 25 days into this occupation authorities decided arrests, but things turned violent. the confrontation played out not at the wildlife refuge but on a highway 50 miles away as some members of the anti-government group were driving to a community meeting. along a rural highway the fbi and oregon state police stopped the occupiers vehicles to arrest members of the group when authorities say shots were fired though they would not elaborate on who fired. one protester was killed, identified by family as lavoy finicum. he became a spokesman for the occupation. >> honestly, there are things more important than your life
7:03 am
>> reporter: nbc news spoke by phone with finicum's daughter. >> i want to know why because i know my dad. he would never put someone's life in jeopardy. he would only defend his life. >> reporter: another militant was injured, treated at the hospital, then turned over to the fbi. in all, eight anti-government occupiers are now behind bars, including the group's leader, nevada rancher amon bundy. shan na cox was arrested. we saw her making soup shortly after the occupation began. >> we are setting ourselves up to help the citizens here to reclaim their lands back. >> i've got to go again, okay? >> reporter: another arrest happened again in arizona where occupier john ritzheimer posted a video hugging his kids before turning himself out. they took control of the wildlife refuge on january 2nd. they're calling for local
7:04 am
demanding freedom for two oregon ranchers convicted of lighting fires on government land. many county residents wanted the group to leave, authorities made no forceful attempt to stop the occupation until now. some are militants, still remain at the refuge. it's not over. a few did choose to leave this morning. those who were arrested now face federal felony charges of conspiracy to impede u.s. officers. savannah and matt? >> joe fryer, thank you. another major story we're covering this morning. donald trump's decision to pull out of tomorrow night's republican presidential debate which comes just days before the iowa caucuses. we have complete coverage beginning with nbc national correspondent peter alexander, peter, good morning. >> reporter: hi, matt. we're live in iowa this morning. barely 100 hours out from caucus day in this state. this is farm country which is fitting because donald trump is now locked in a high stakes game
7:05 am
and ted cruz. taking a page out of his playbook, donald trump is walking away from the table abruptly announcing he'll skip tomorrow night's debate. >> let's see how much money fox is going to make on the debate without me, okay? all right. let's see. >> reporter: a trump aide telling nbc news it's not under consideration and his word is bond. rival ted cruz immediately challenged trump to a one on one 90 minute debate duel and hit the candidate for backing out. >> donald's is a fragile soul. if someone did that, didn't show up at the interview, you know what you'd say? you're fired! >> reporter: trump's latest fox news feud escalated quickly after they slammed moderator megyn kelly for not being fair. they went head to head over her questions on his views on women. kelly responded on air last night.
7:06 am
brought up that exchange of a evidence of alleged bias. we agreed to disagree. >> reporter: the network fired back overnight with a statement charging trump's campaign manager with threatening kelly saying we can't give in towards terror ryizations against any of our employees. trump highlighting his anti-immigration stance and looking at blunt criticism that he's a new york liberal taughting the endorsement of jerry fall well jr. with tony perkins backing cruz. still anti-abortion leaders are urging iowans to support anyone but donald trump arguing he cannot be trusted on the topic of abortion. echoing attack ads by cruz and his allies over trump's past comments on "meet the press." >> i am pro choice. >> in 1999 you said you were pro choice in all respects. >> what did i say? you didn't read it. read the full statement of what i said. >> are you a trustworthy -- >> excuse me. very trust worthy.
7:07 am
i'm very pro choice -- >> you didn't read -- why didn't you say when you asked the question before that i hate the concept of abortion sngs do you apologize? >> i -- i -- -- >> do you apologize. >> do i apologize for reading your words? >> for not reading my words. >> i am very -- >> no, do you apologize for not reading my words? >> reporter: of course, we never apologized. as for skipping thursday night's debate, you decide whether it's a bluff or a mistake. donald trump isn't letting up again this morning calling megyn kelly a light weight reporter. he says he plans to hold an event simultaneously this thursday to help raise money for veterans and wounded warriors. >> peter alexander, thank you, peter. all due respect.u. >> good morning, stayavannah.
7:08 am
news. is donald trump smart or is he going to live to regret this one? >> i think he's on track to dominate the news. look, we've moved from the silly season here to tension city. there are just days to go before the voting. fox news put out a very provocative confrontational statement. they showed donald trump one finger, donald trump showed them one finger and then he punched them in the face and has thrown the debate into chaos and the closing days here in iowa into chaos. he is showing strength though, which is his brand. he also has some endorsements and other tricks up his sleeve in the closing days to do what he's done the entire campaign, dominate. >> mark, let's talk about this. you talked about the punch and counter punch. this is what seems to have set donald trump off. a fox news spokeswoman r50e678d out and gave this statement. we learned from a secret back channel that the ayatollah and putin both intend to treat donald trump unfairly when they meade with him if he becomes president.
7:09 am
replace the cabinet with his twitter followers to see if he will even go to the meetings. >> what was the strategy there? was that smart of fox to poke the bear? >> no, it wasn't. and tactically it was not a good move. a news organization sponsoring a debate should treat all of the par tis sants with respect. they should let their journalism speak for itself. fox for some reason decided to continue to go after donald trump. they have a right to have megyn kelly be their moderator. that's their journal lis stick choice. but by putting out that statement they gave him not just an excuse, they gave him a genuine rationale to say i'm not going to show up at a debate if they're taunting me. >> sechbsing an opportunity, ted cruz wasted no time. he said, look, i'll challenge you donald to a one-on-one debate with no moderator obstacles. how can trump duck that? >> well, it's going to be an interesting question to see
7:10 am
whether that debate becomes an issue. look, ted cruz must win iowa more than donald trump. it's not absolutely essential that he finishes first, but the stakes are high. trump leads in the other 49 states effectively. trump i don't think will do a one-on-one debate with cruz. make no mistake, right now trump has a lot of momentum going on here in iowa. cruz has to find a way to stop him. >> mark halperin in des moines, thank you. as for the democrat, bernie sanders, heads to the white house for a sitdown with president obama. the president has remained neutral. this week he heaped praise on hillary clinton saying she was, quote, more experienced than any non-vice president has ever been who aspires to this office. and a reminder, we will be live in iowa next monday. i've got complete coverage of the caucuses. now to a dangerous situation out in california. we showed you this video on
7:11 am
coastal erosion leaving several apartment buildings teetering on the edge of a cliff. incredibly some residents are now fighting to stay in their homes. nbc's gabe gutierrez is there. gabe, good morning. >> reporter: matt, good morning. city officials say they will be out here twice a day to inspect the land. there are 20 apartments here. a few of the residents are refusing to buzz. it's the cliffhanger refusing to budge. part of the bluff crumbling but this morning some residents insist it's safe. >> where else can you live along the coast for like $1500 a month? this is like a poor man's malibu. >> reporter: art willoughby isn't ready to say good-bye to the view so he's filed an appeal. >> there's an old saying if you're not living on the edge, you're taking up too much space. >> reporter: michelle has lived in pacifica for five years. >> i love it here.
7:12 am
>> reporter: she's ignoring these yellow signs. >> to say, oh, we have to get out. why? if it falls, it's not going to fall in ten seconds. plenty of time to get out the front door. >> reporter: the severe erosion based on a ferocious el nino. city council members approved an emergency declaration allowing them to ask for state and federal money. residents are allowed in the units to pack during the day but police say there's no firm deadline for them to finish moving out. >> do you feel safe here? >> absolutely -- at this point right now, yes, i do. >> reporter: jeff bowman says he's complying with the evacuation order, packing up his closet and trying to figure out what's next for him and his dog. >> things happen for a reason, but i just think they're making more out of that than they need to be. >> reporter: of course this area has dealt with coastal erosion for years, back in 2010 two
7:13 am
evacuated and unoccupied sense then. more rain is expected later this week. matt, back to you. >> gabe gutierrez, thank you very much. new developments on that toxic water crisis in flint, michigan. the mayor says it could cost oos much as $1.5 billion to fix the less contaminated water system there. nbc news has learned from city water officials that there are currently no led pipes being replaced. plumbers say they haven't donnie work since the october announcement that the water wasn't safe. they've done hundreds of checks on children for lead exposure. it's being offered to children six years of age and younger. by the way, rachel maddow will host a conversation tonight. refunds to customers who are concerned about the zika virus if they have tickets to the affected venues.
7:14 am
mentioned, american airlines 308 si is a little bit more restrictive. it says the airline will offer refunds to pregnant women if they have a doctor's note saying they're unable to travel to five cities in central and south america. it's been linked to birth defects in brazil and said to be spreading to other places in the world. the case of the so-called affluenza teen is back in the news. 18-year-old ethan couch has officially dropped his bid to stay in mexico. he could be sent back to texas. couch and his mother fled to mexico late last year after a video surfaced which appeared to show him around alcohol at a party that would have been be a violation of his probation. they were later arrested in puerto vallarta, new mexico. his mother remains free on bond. there is big news from the tech world this morning. apple bracing for its biggest sales decline in 13 years. the tech giant says revenue could fall more than 8% this
7:15 am
earlier. analysts say the latest iphone models aren't providing the boost apple needs to match the massive sales growth it enjoyed last year. apple's ceo tim cook says, quote, we're seeing extreme conditions unlike anything we've experienced before. we'll turn to al who joins us. what's going on in the weather? are you busy? >> not as busy as we've been, but we are watching florida which has seen a lot of rain thanks to this el nino powered jet. it continues today. more heavy showers and thunderstorms. there is a slight risk of strong storms from tampa all the way down to the keys. we could be looking at a couple of tornadoes, damaging winds and spotty hail as this front slides south ward. we're looking for anywhere from about an inch to three to four inches of rain especially in central florida today. the rest of the country we're looking at more showers moving into the pacific northwest.
7:16 am
a storm this weekend coming on shore that could be a big, potent snow maker. a lot of wet weather in the southeast with rip current and lake effect snow showers around the great lakes. we're going to get to your local forecast coming up in the next 30 seconds. to be on top of your mom game... nailed it! thanks so much. you need a balanced coffee you can drink throughout the day. good girl. mccaf\ coffees brew a smooth blend. for a taste that's not too strong, but never weak. so you can savor every sip knowing you are matriarch supreme. mommy's not a napkin honey.
7:17 am
>> that's your that's your latest weather. sad news for us. >> yeah, sad news for television fans, movie fans, and everyone here at "today," our friend, actor abe vigoda has died. he was best known for his roles in "the godfather" and "barney miller." he was very special to all of us, lighting up the studio whenever he dropped by. he was the character actor with the unforgetably face. the look that made him look weary and rise through a career that spanned almost 70 years on stage, screen and television. >> you can't do that. >> reporter: when you saw that face in "the godfather," he just knew he was going to get whacked.
7:18 am
i always liked him. >> i know, you love me. you know something, i rather be young. >> reporter: and it was the face that helped define the character of phil fish, the shop-worn detective with the dry sense of humor on the '70s hit tv show "barney miller". >> in an emergency, i would be the first one i would call. >> you should call me first. i need time to put my teeth in. >> reporter: abe was a good friend to "today." helping us say good-bye to meredith. when they projected what i might look like in the future -- >> it's striking. the similarities are striking. >> reporter: there was that face again. >> abe vigod. >> abe! >> reporter: and he would always play along. >> what did you think when you heard about this comparison thing. >> i was excited. >> oh, there you go. >> there's the excited face. >> reporter: he even laughed at the reports that he had died, started by a "people" magazine reporter in 1982.
7:19 am
sorry about the late abe vigoda is not here. in fact, i -- he must be dead. that's how that came about. >> oh, look at this. >> you do look like -- he looks like my grandson. >> wow. >> reporter: we adored him. >> thank you, abe. >> thanks for coming in. >> reporter: and that face. >> you know, one of the things i always remember about "barney miller," the television show, is sometimes they would have entire jokes where the punch line was just a look. by abe vigoda. they would cut to him and he would go -- i marvelled at him. i really did. we loved him. >> what a great sense of humor. so gracious. adorable. i can see why everyone will miss him so much. >> 94 years young. our condolences to his family. coming up, peyton manning facing an nfl investigation over human growth hormone claims even as he prepares for super bowl 50. what the league is saying about that this morning.
7:20 am
the single tweet about losing weight on weight watchers that
7:21 am
nbc. >> should i give her a knife?
7:22 am
cooking school is in session and just ahead, what all that time on your smartphone is doing to your brain. soprano star jamie-lynn
7:23 am
soup and sandwich and clean and real, and feeling good, sort of. and 500 calories or less. the clean pairings menu. at panera. food as it should be. earning unlimited cash back on purchases. that's a win.
7:24 am
you can with the citi double cash card. it lets you earn cash back twice. once when you buy and again as you pay. it's cash back then cash back again. and that's a cash back win-win. the citi double cash card. the only card that lets you earncash back twice on everypurchase with 1% when you buy and 1% as you pay. with two ways to earn,
7:25 am
weight watchers has changed. weight watchers all-new beyond the scale program puts the focus on you and not just the number on the scale. lose weight while eating healthier, with all new smartpoints. and move more by including fitness in ways that work for you. see how good you'll feel with the new weight watchers beyond the scale program! join for free now and lose 10 pounds on us. .
7:26 am
i'm michelle velez with this accident in the southeast portion of the valley and we check in with craig bigner there all morning long. craig, have you learned anything new? >> metro blamed this crash on a suspected dui driver who ran a red light at the intersection of rainbow and spring mountain road. the crash happened around 3:05 this morning and the driver of the umc yukon is gravely injured, who the police believe was under the influence and ran the red right and klited with the driver of a nissan sentra, that woman innocently in the intersection collided with the gmc yukon. she has died on the scene. the driver of the yukon gravely injured treated at umc and they encountered this driver at a green light and not moving and when they tried to approach him, the driver rammed the cop cars and sped away.
7:27 am
news 3 at noon. reporting live from the scene. >> this is affecting traffic and for more closures in the area, let's check in with tom. tom, this is unfortunately going to take several hours. >> yeah, all four directions closed on spring mountain and rainbow and move to buffalo or jones to east/west travel and this accident is down by primm blocking travel lanes for northbound travel from california. in the central valley, just busy on the 15, the way you expect this time of the morning. let's check the weather with kelly. >> a chilly start with the temperatures in the 30s across
7:28 am
warming up to 61 i'm gonna stand by you good morning at 7:30. we recognize that shot, empire
7:29 am
as we say good morning to them and happy birth da to my mom nancy. >> happy birthday. >> do you get to see her? >> no. i'm not going to tell you what i'm going to do. hen she'll watch and know. >> happy birthday, nancy. back inside studio 1-a, a shooting on an oregon highway during a confrontation between those anti-government protesters occupying a federal building and police has ended in the death of one member of that group. eight others, including the brothers leading that occupation are behind bars now. another member of that group responded to the incident overnight. >> when you think peaceful resolution and then you kill one much my friends, and you say you can safely leave and yet you've arrested someone who is not even here, what do you believe anymore? >> as for the occupation, it isn't over. several armed protesters still remain at that refuge this morning. donald trump says he will skip tomorrow's republican
7:30 am
complaints that fox news anchor megyn kelly would be one of the moderators. >> let's see how much money fox is going to make from the debate without me, okay? all right? let's see. >> meanwhile, trump's rival, ted cruz, was quick to pounce. >> if he's unwilling to stand on the debate stage with the other candidates, then i would like to invite donald right now to engage in a one-on-one debate with me any time between now and the iowa caucuses. >> trump says he plans to hold his own event in iowa during that debate and raise money for wounded veterans. some good news. the nation's capital slowly returning to normal after this weekend's blizzard. schools and government offices reopening today for the first time in nearly a week. also this morning, with his denver broncos preparing for the super bowl, peyton manning is facing more questions about a claim that hgh was sent to his home several years ago. today national correspondent craig melvin is here with that story. good morning.
7:31 am
days to go until football's biggest game. this morning word that the nfl is investigating peyton manning. we're told the league's investigation will consist of reviews of records, interviews and coordination with other agencies. >> reporter: back in the super bowl and under investigation. the nfl announcing late tuesday they are conducting a, quote, ongoing and comprehensive review of bronco's quarterback peyton manning. this, following allegations he received shipments of hgh, or human growth hormone. the league says the review has been going on for weeks. and they will not have results before manning takes the field again in 11 days for super bowl 50. that makes any potential punishment unclear since the investigation could stretch beyond manning's career itself. in footage released tuesday, the qb seemed to confirm speculation he'll hang up his cleats after the super bowl.
7:32 am
captured him talking to bill belichick after sunday's afc championship. >> this might be my last rodeo. >> reporter: the broncos would not comment on the league's investigation. last month al jazeera named broncos as being lijed to the guyer institute in indianapolis, where one pharmacy intern claimed they mailed the drugs to manning's wife. >> all the times we're sending ashley manning drugs, like a growth hormone, all the time, everywhere. florida -- it would never be under peyton's name. her name. >> reporter: that intern never said directly that manning was doping and later recanted his statements about shipments. manning strongly denied al jazeera's reports or ever using hgh in comments to espn last month. >> it's completely fab rated, garbage. more adjectives i'd like to use,
7:33 am
>> manning spokesman and former white house spokesman ari fleischer says manning welcomes the league's investigation. this marks the second straight year there has been some sort of controversy as the super bowl approached. last year this time we were talking about deflated footballs. >> that's right. craig, thank you. now to a big announcement from oprah winfrey, the weight watchers investor tweeted about her new weight loss success. guess what? the company's stock soared. natalie is here with more on the oprah effect. >> for weight watchers, oprah's endorsement appears to be the best thing since sliced bread, which is what she proudly admits to eating every day on her latest mission to lose weight. >> this is the joy for me. >> reporter: oprah winfrey's carb confession -- >> i love bread. >> reporter: -- posted on her twitter feed tuesday to her 30 million followers.
7:34 am
investment and partnership with weight watchers announced back in october, caused shares in the company to rise more than 20%. >> i lost 26 pounds and i have eaten bread every single day. >> reporter: the single tweet causing the company's market value to rise by nearly $150 million. >> starting the day off. for me that's a healthy, sexy breakfast. that's a seven-minute egg over a bed of greens. >> reporter: her own struggle with weight well documented over the years. >> this is what 67 pounds of fat looked like. >> reporter: and put front and center in this video released last month for the company. >> so, every time i tried and failed, every time i tried again, and every time i tried again, has brought me to this. >> reporter: analysts expect the oprah effect to pop up weight watchers' profit about 3%, making even more dough for the queen of talk.
7:35 am
pounds, guys, but that tweet also netted her 19 million additional dollars because of the stock price going up 20%. >> win-win. >> as you would say, a lot of dough. >> a lot of dough. >> a lot of bread crumbs in there. >> a lot of cliches. let's get a check of the weather from mr. roquer. >> if you can make a statement and make a million per pound -- >> not that she needed it. >> no, no, but still nice. in any event, what would also be nice is a warm-up. we are looking today at temperatures anywhere from 5 to 20 degrees above normal in the central plains from bismarck down to dallas. then for tomorrow, that stretches even further south. houston, 66. 56 in birmingham. indianapolis, 40 degrees. that's 4 degrees above. friday, goes from chicago,
7:36 am
from >> that's your latest weather. savannah and that's your latest weather. just ahead on "trending," the matador bullfighting while holding his baby. he says, everybody needs to relax. and the rosin report, light saving technology. >> workplace shooting sadly in the news. so, what happens if you're sitting in your office and you hear a gunshot. you don't know where the gunman is or where that gunfire came from, but now the now high-tech system that will pop a map up
7:37 am
show you where that shooter is in real time. how does it work and should your office have it, coming up. with ingredients like roasted hazelnuts and cocoa, the delicious taste of nutella takes pancakes to a whole new level. make any day a pancake day with nutella - spread the happy! adventures from $599, plus up to $300 to spend at sea. come seek the royal caribbean. book now, offer ends soon. what if there was another way to look at relapsing multiple sclerosis? this is tecfidera.
7:38 am
it's a pill for relapsing ms that has the power to cut relapses in half. imagine what you could do with fewer relapses. tecfidera may cause serious side effects, such as allergic reactions, pml, which is a rare brain infection that usually leads to death or severe disability, and decreases in your white blood cells. the most common side effects are flushing and stomach problems. tell your doctor about any low white blood cell counts, infections, any other medical conditions, or if you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant, or are breastfeeding or plan to breastfeed. learn more about the most prescribed pill for relapsing ms in the us, at talk to your doctor about tecfidera, and take another look at relapsing ms. to the woman in the mid-90's showstopper... you're right. it's time to set this bird free. hot blooded, check it and see... got a fever of 103...
7:39 am
how 'bout a donut? i'm hot blooded..i'm hot blooded! whether it's 30-years old or 30-days old, carmax will appraise it in as little as 30 minutes. and then your only concern will be how to spend the cash. rad. it's a taste so bold, yet so smooth, it could only be called, black silk, from folgers. a taste you could enjoy, fresh brewed, or one cup at a time.
7:40 am
when your cold makes you wish... could stay... bed all day... need the power of... new theraflu expressmax. the power to feel better. are you powered by protein? we are. milk has 8 grams to help give you energy to unleash your potential. start every day with
7:41 am
7:42 on a wednesday morning. this morning on rossen reports, we're kicking off a series on workplace emergencies. >> on tuesday, we saw an active shooter scare in san diego. experts say if it had been the real thing, new technology could have saved lives. jeff rossen is here to show us how it works. an important story for all of us. the latest case happening at a naval medical center in san diego. reports of an active shooter spread like wildfire. you can see the dramatic video here. employees walking out with hands
7:42 am
described chaos inside. this was a false alarm. somebody heard gunshots, called it into police but, thankfully, everything was fine. this case showing us how scary it can be. we're on edge at work. what would you do if a shooter came into your office? this morning, new technology that can spot a shooter and alert police before you're in danger. >> i need the cops here right away. somebody got shot. i got shot. >> reporter: when the call comes in -- >> male with a shotgun. >> reporter: too often, it is real. >> multiple shots fired. multiple people down. >> reporter: workplace shooters caught on camera. this one inside for an hour before police finally locate him. what if you and police could know exactly where the shooter is the moment the first shot is fired? these new, high-tech sensors can do it. called the active shooter detection system. >> this is the sensor here. normally, it'd be installed up and down the hallways. how does it work?
7:43 am
there's a flash of light, followed by the bang of the bullet being fired. what the sensor does is looks for the flash with these infrared sensors in the bottom. we have highly sensitive, tuned detection microphones on top that listen for the bang in the gun. >> reporter: the system can pinpoint the shooter's location within inches. >> let's check it out. now, i'm inside an office building where the sensors have been installed and set up. we have a weapons expert downstairs who is going to pose as our active shooter today. he's going to walk around with the big gun and fire blanks and see if the sensors get that. meanwhile, i'll be inside this office, like so many of us are, sitting at my cubicle. we're going to see if it works. will i get the alerts? will it tell me where the shooter. >> shot detected. >> it popped up on my computer. it was in the lockbby. >> reporter: the shooter goes upstairs, going inside this
7:44 am
firing again. >> i'm getting a text alert. shots fired. executive office, floor two. there was another shot right here. i know he's close. >> reporter: but the system doesn't only alert employees. it automatically triggers an emergency call to local police, the moment the first shot is fired. >> first shot detected. >> lobby shot detected. >> reporter: police would be on their way. he keeps firing. >> walking down this hallway. >> reporter: the system tracking his every move. >> another alert. >> reporter: as the police are watching it all in real time. >> shots fired outside room 209, second floor. >> another one. he's over here. this is when we can run out and go this way. now that i know where the shot was, he's passed me. we can run out of here. come on. >> reporter: it could be my only chance to get away. within seconds, i'm out of the
7:45 am
>> we were able to get outside safely because i knew exactly where the shooter was, where the shots were being fired and the best escape route out away from the shooter. >> it's a game changer and it's going to save lives. >> reporter: that's ed davis, boston's legendary police commissioner. at the helm during the boston bombings and countless shootings, now working for the company. >> when a situation like this unfolds, it's chaotic. no one knows where to go or what to do. this device will give us the information we need to go directly to the threat. >> the company says this technology is already installed in dozens of buildings from coast to coast. they don't like to broadcast exactly where, but they will tell us it's not just offices. it's also in schools. what is the cost? anywhere between $50,000 and a few hundred thousand dollars. for a big company, could be worth it. >> lifesaver. jeff, thank you. coming up on pop start, the beloved tv classic is about to get a long awaited reboot.
7:46 am
just cast to play michael jackson in a new movie. first, these skincare now becomes skinactive. new garnier skinactive introducing clearly brighter. a new active daily moisturizer to brighten dull skin. packed with antioxidant vitamin c, e and active lha. it does more than moisturize, it actively smoothes, boosts radiance and protects with spf 15. clinically proven. see brighter skin in just one week. new clearly brighter from garnier. skinactive. the active way to better skin. all the hard work... time in the service... community college... it matters. it's why we, at university of phoenix, count your relevant work and college experience as credits toward your degree.
7:47 am
(vo) new tidy cats lightweight with glade. all the strength and freshness, now easy to lift! half the weight, smells great. find the litter that works best for you. every home, every cat. there's a tidy cats for that. hi. [ indistinct conversations ] always set a place at the dinner table for good manners. stay seated, napkin on your lap and elbows at your sides. and remember, mealtime is for nourishment, nothing more. let the music play, he won't get away
7:48 am
let it play let the music play hey, you test test . . . . : . . . .
7:49 am
. . . . . . . . . . coming up, the television exclusive. "soprano" star jamie-lynn sigler opens up about liv i'm going to share a photo of my eggo waffle when it pops up. that's so interesting honey because i'm going to share a photo of my eggo waffle when it pops up. l'eggo my eggo
7:50 am
(answering machine) hey! leave a message. hi, i know you're there, 'cause i can see you. i'm calling you to tell you to l'eggo my eggo! anncr: some things are too delicious to share. golden crispy, warm and fluffy eggo waffles. l'eggo my eggo. .
7:51 am
. an ordinary jar of vaseline jelly. it's something we don't think about much. except when we've got chapped lips or a small cut. but for people living in areas of crisis, simple skin conditions can turn into serious issues. so we created the vaseline healing project a partnership with direct relief to help millions in need heal their skin. so they can go back to work. or school. and that ordinary jar can make an extraordinary difference.
7:52 am
mmmm, yoplait. (music) woman: i'll never remember all the projects, presentations, or meetings i gave up my nights for. (music's drums intensify) but days like this, i'll never forget. get out there, in the 2016 ford escape. be unstoppable. this is my fight song take back my life song (music) adventures from $599, plus up to $300 to spend at sea. come seek the royal caribbean. book now, offer ends soon. soup and sandwich and somewhere to go, and clean and real and nowhere to be,
7:53 am
and looking good, and sandwich and soup and inside jokes, and dan is back! good, clean food pairs well with anything. the clean pairings menu. 500 calories or less. at panera. food as it should be. . >> good morning. happy wednesday, everybody. i'm michelle velez. we are following breaking news this morning on our local roadways, a terrible accident in the southeast portion of the valley. we'll check in with craig bigner
7:54 am
what can you tell us? all right. unfortunately, we do not have craig's mic queued up. if we have video, we know this happened at spring mountain and rainbow around 3:30 this morning. police say that there was a white suv, there on the side, it was involved in some sort of police dispute, after ramming several police cars, was going through several green lights as spring valley when it unfortunately crashed into an innocent driver who was going through a green light. that person in that car in the nissan unfortunately lost her life. it was a female with no identification or age has been mentioned at this time. police say they are investigating and will be out there for several hours, so if this is part of your morning commute, unfortunately, this horrific, deadly crash has shut down that intersection in all four directions for several hours today, so you're going to
7:55 am
and for more on that, we will continue to follow this story in later editions starting with "news 3 at noon," i want to bring in tom, as this is causing problems. >> it will be closed through mid-morning so try using buffalo or jones instead of rainbow, and eastbound travel, desert and in the resort corridor, f-16 i-15 southbound and sahara, busy traffic, but no major delays.
7:56 am
>> the temperatures on the rise, it's 8:00 on "today." coming up. jamie lin sigler speaks out.
7:57 am
television interview since revealing she has ms. why she's sharing her story. tech overload. why it's so hard to resist scrolling, liking and checking for those updates. the toll all that connecting can take on our brains. and it's the family affair. superstars angelina jolie and jack black talk about working with their kids in the latest movie "kung fu panda iii." >> it's like get our there and do your job. earn money for this family. today january 27th, 2016. we're celebrating our graduation in new york!
7:58 am
we're from des moines. >> all the way from jacksonville, florida. hi mom! we are back now. 8:00 on a wednesday morning, the 27th of january. people out on kind of a damp morning in the northeast. >> it is a little wet. by the way, you mentioned the month is almost over. that means "start today" is almost over. jill is here with one more steals and deals hoping to break you out of your style rut with a great makeover edition. you'll love this. a lot to get to in this half hour. let's start by heading back inside. natalie with the top stories. officials sorting out details of a deadly confrontation between police and armed protesters who occupied a federal wildlife refugee in oregon.
7:59 am
another is dead. morgan radford is in oregon with the latest. >> reporter: good morning, natalie. 56-year-old robert finicum was shot and killed when the bundy brothers along with five others were arrested here. it happened at 4:25 p.m. when the militants were headed to a meeting in a nearby county. senior law enforcement officials tell nbc news they chose this particular route because they knew the protesters would be driving along it to go to the meeting. they say there were nine people in two separate cars and everything was peaceful at first until the first car sped off, hit a snow bank and that's when police say robert finicum came out brandishing a firearm and police shot and killed him. this hasn't stopped the protesters at the wildlife refugee center, natalie. more people have shown up there this morning. police have it blocked off. the protesters have put a large bulldozer in the road to keep police from getting to them. their hope is that it will take
8:00 am
the bulldozer giving them time to reassess their situation. eight people are in jail this morning. natalie. >> morgan rad ford, thank you. an important new health recommendation for women. the u.s. preventive services task force says all primary care doctors should screen pregnant women and new mothers for signs of depression. nbc medical contributor joins us now. natalie, we talked about postpartum depression, but this group saying that this is preventive care and it needs to happen during pregnancy and after. this is a big move. >> it is a big move, natalie. according to the american psychological association, one in seven women experiences postpartum depression. about 50% of those, it's their first episode of depression ever. the same percentage also start to experience these symptoms during pregnancy. it's not just the postpartum period. screening is so important. >> this is a time when women experience many hormonal changes.
8:01 am
the baby blues versus postpartum depression. >> we generally say the baby blues should last up to two weeks or so. again, it's not a definite at day 15 you should feel okay. if you're not, you have it. the symptoms would be the same that you can experience during regular depression. that is, sadness, crying, depressed mood, loss of interest in doing things that would normally make you happy. there are, of course, unique symptoms to postpartum such as fear of being left alone with guilty. the screening doesn't take very long. it's a very good screening test for postpartum. it's ten questions. it takes a few minutes to answer. if you screen positive you should be referred out for further care. >> thanks so much. a frightening scene caught on camera tuesday after a natural gas powered garbage truck began smoldering on a new jersey street. a neighbor was recording just as the truck explodes. fortunately nobody was injured. but two houses had to be evacuated and inspected for
8:02 am
could return. a little boy's reaction was priceless when the montreal canadiens dale weise flicked the puck to him during warmups. an adult handed it to him. the way his face lights up. simply adorable. he is hugging that puck. he probably put that one under his pillow last night and slept with it. >> cutie! >> love that. >> natalie, thank you. coming up, the matadors sparking outrage for holding his baby while fighting a bull. what he's saying about the controversy. the choice to play michael jackson in a new movie raising eye brows. sopranos star jamie sigler
8:03 am
with m.s. what it can't do. your calculus homework. what it can do. make you peanut butter happy. it's a whole new kind of joy you get when you bite into a new jif bar made with real jif peanut butter. i've smoked a lot and quit a lot, but ended up nowhere. now i use this. the nicoderm cq patch, with unique extended release technology, helps prevent the urge to smoke all day. i want this time to be my last time. that's why i choose nicoderm cq. are you powered by protein? milk has 8 grams to help give you energy to unleash your potential. start every day with
8:04 am
coming up, steals and deals to i'll engs plain coming up at 8:30. feel a cold coming on? new zicam cold remedy nasal swabs shorten colds with a snap, and reduce symptom severity by 45%. shorten your cold with a snap, with zicam. after trying brookside crunchy clusters, @carlybeyar tweeted: at this point, i should just be a brookside chocolate ambassador. well, i am sorry, carly... it's something you earn. brookside.
8:05 am
we're back now at we're back at 8:08 with actress jamie sigler. she's just revealed in "people" magazine that she's been living
8:06 am
years. >> i feel relief. i lived with this secret that caused me to have so many feelings of shame and guilty and fear for so many years. and so i think to finally sort of feel like i'm claiming my power back and being confident with the person that i am. i feel a great weight off miff shoulders. >> you told me when you immediately made the announcement you feel vulnerable. >> yes. >> i was surprised to hear you say you felt shame and guilty. why shame? why would you feel shame? >> it sounds crazy but when you hold a secret, the feelings come along with that when you hold a secret as long as i did. with something like ms, you lose control over things that you once had. and it's slowly taken away from you. and that could, you know, chip away at your self worth. you can feel less than and a lot of negative feelings.
8:07 am
help sometimes which is something i'm not good at doing. but you have to be able to reach out. and when you have a good support system like i have, i think it helps a lot. it just took me this long to be able to do this. >> your diagnosis came 15 years ago. your symptoms at the time were what? >> at the time was minimal, tingling in my legs. and then i went semp tom free for quite some time. and then during a stressful time in my life, going through a divorce at 24, 25, and my symptoms for the last five years have been hard. weakness in my left side, little bit of coordination. high heels are hard for me. i cannot run. can't dance the way i used to. you know, things that are hard sfl you got the diagnosis, i believe you were shooting the fourth year of "sopranos."
8:08 am
were you worried about how it would affect your career? >> yes, very much. one of the first people i told was an industry professional and i know they were looking out for me at the time but they said i'm going to pretend you didn't tell me that and i don't think you should tell anyone. people will limit you and judge you and they will not hire you. i took that advice. i was 20 years old and i was scared. >> i read that you did tell some of your cast mates on the "sopranos" years later. you know what i like? they kept it a secret. >> they did. >> they never leaked it, nobody not once. >> them and my friends and family have fiercely protected me. they've wanted me to come out and encouraged me. i just wasn't ready. i was afraid. but i'm not anymore. >> what was the reason to say now? >> yeah. >> you told me something in the commercial break that you had
8:09 am
you wanted to release when you made this announcement and it had been on your computer for about six months. >> yeah. yeah. i feel like mother hood really changed me. it changes everyone. and i didn't want to bring my son up in a home where he felt like he had to hold this secret for me too. i wanted to be an example of strength and show him that despite what i have or my limitations that everyone is deeverybodying of opportunity and love and respect. and you know, sometimes we have to work a little harder for it but maybe it will be a good example for him. >> you released a couple of tweets saying this is a hard but liberating day for me and i hope that together we can help others and fight on. and you said, i'm overwhelmed with all of you today. thank you from the bottom of my heart. i don't feel so alone. >> i was so overwhelmed.
8:10 am
responsibility that i now feel of representing a whole group of people that sifr in silencegh suffer in silence. ms is different in everyone. it's a hard thing to diagnose want, a hard pill to swallow. it's a frustrating disease. there are people that are better off than me and people that are worse than me. but i hope that can i change people's ideas of what this disease is. >> the industry person you told this to years ago who said don't ever tell anyone else. do you feel differently now? do you want to work more? >> yes. >> and do you think you'll be received with open arms. >> i'm excited about the future. i'm excited to go to work without feeling that i have something to hide. i feel like i'll be a better actress for it now that i can show up and be me. i've been working with this disease, it was hard, but i'm really locking forward to the future and i understand that
8:11 am
me and some people may. and i'm open to it. continuing my career. >> if there are people that >> thank you. you. >> thank you. let's look at what's going on right now. a big storm system coming on shore in the pacific northwest over the next six days and another one behind that. raufl amounts, we're talking some places in northern california and southern oregon upwards of 6 to 7 inches on the slope of the olympics. we've got a lot of snow into the rockies and making its way into
8:12 am
that's and that is your latest weather. savannah? thank you so much. now it is time for trending. >> here we go. bullfighting, extremely controversial, extremely dangerous. bell add a little more controversy. there is one matador out there taking a a lot of lead for juggling two tasks at once. his name is. >> francisco rivera. >> one of the most famous matadors in spain. he's holding his daughter carmen while fighting a bull. the instagram post garnered thousands of likes but also a
8:13 am
child protective services is investigating the incident. he's defended himself by saying this is part of his culture and his daughter couldn't be anywhere safer other than in his arms. he further claimed that bullfighting is a family tradition. francisco posted this picture of him on his father's shoulders when his dad was a bullfighter. what do we think? >> outrage. >> not a great idea. >> well, he was gored last year, nearly died. his father was gored to death. so not exactly the family history. >> i would think there are safer places. >> absolutely. >> i think you want to be culturally sensitive but then there's common sense. especially with an animal that's unpredictable. ever send an embarrassing text to an exwhen you're drunk? there's an app that will stop you.
8:14 am
text on call someone, the app prompts you to solve a math problem. if you solve it correctly, you can text. if you don't, you're out. it also has a bread crumb feature. it tracks your. movement from the night before allowing you to retrace your steps if need be. >> so you black out? >> that takes it a little far. >> oh my gosh. >> if there is a nobel surprise for app developer, that is it right there. >> i need a breathalyzer on the twitter account. people send you the nasty tweets on saturday night. >> back away. >> all right. >> no question. >> yeah. how about this, a big being proposed in the washington state senate to revive an ancient form of writing.
8:15 am
you take a cave and a marker -- no cursive. if passed it requires all kids enrolled in washington grade schools to learn to read and write in surs sieve. the sponsor got behind the bill when her grandson couldn't read a note from one of her con constituents constituents. >> it's a lost art. it leads to your signature. >> nothing nicer than getting a handwritten note. >> you don't like it at all? >> cut out newspaper articles. >> yeah. >> what do you think? you have a beautiful cursive hand. >> i have a combination hand, i do script letters and block letters in the middle of words. >> like john hancock. >> some are thinking not to
8:16 am
well now look behind the scenes for a fuller house and a casting choice that a lot of people are going huh? >> they say more than huh. first up, we have a little less than a month away from the much anticipated reloes of "fuller house." they're and to help a countdown to the days, netflix released behind the scenes features of the cast behind the set. >> it's crazy to be back here again. we are a family and have been since we started doing the show 28 years ago and have only gotten closer. the first time we were all together as a cast again was at the table read. it was kind of like we had never left. >> circle the calendar, "fuller house" comes oun february 26.
8:17 am
prairie" is getting a reboot. the iconic show is going to be remade as a movie. that's interesting. my paramount pictures. series is based on the laura ingles wilder popular children's book. melissa gilbert became famous for her role. no word yet on who might be cast as the ingles family. >> that's bigger than "fuller house." we were allowed to watch "little house." >> i used to braid my hair just like laura. >> i never watched it. >> really? oh, you've missed, out. >> "fantasy island" i watched. here's the controversial that we were talking about. joseph fines has been cast to play michael jackson.
8:18 am
fooins is white, british and best known for his role in "shakespeare in love." his casting as the king of pop who is black has caused controversial online. he's seen the script and calls the role a challenge. the premise of it is i guess michael jackson, marlo brando and elizabeth taylor after 9/11 took out on a road trip together. this is the premises of that. the casting has gotten big on social media. >> really? it's supposed to be this is a serious casting choice? >> tamara thank you very much. we're launching a new series divide. we spent a lot of time jumping
8:19 am
smartphones, constantly connected to updates in your work and personal lives. >> and occasionally drunk texting as well. we decided to take a look at the effect it's having on us beginning with our brains. from the moment we wake up we are connected. the dawn of the digital age has brought efficiency and convenience but digesting all of that information can be overwhelming. to see what it's doing to our brains we asked some of the finest around. dr. earl miller is a professor of science. we asked him ou the human mind is developing. >> the brain has a difficulty processing multiple bits of data at once. we're very single minded. >> to demonstrate our limited capacity, we put a few volunteers through a couple of tests. >> something is different between these two scenes. as soon as you notice, you tell me what it is.
8:20 am
every two seconds, kate misses the disappearing tree and she didn't do much better with the moving railing. >> your brain has a limited capacity for simultaneous spots. your brain moves your eye around three or four seconds. and you're taking in a bit of information from the visual scene and your brain pieces it together into an illusion that your mind can do more than it actually can. >> next we were shown how we can stumble. >> white the phrase no one can stumble very well now switch back and forth between letters and numbers. >> it takes her twice and long plus mistakes. >> if your brain could multitask, you would have no trouble switching back and forth between the letters and the numbers. >> we can't help ourselves.
8:21 am
information rewarding, to find new nskinformation rewarding. >> we're hard wired to check the latest e-mail or tweet while also trying to carry on a conversation or read a book. but what are all of the distractions really doing to our brain. we asked this doctor and his researches searches at mitt rmi. the subject is out to focus on the faces or the houses as images of both. >> when you're recognizing faces you're using a space processing region. when you the distraction from the house, the signal for the face processing can be reduced. there's not a l as much knurl signal there when you have the distracting information around. >> how did that translate with juggling your smartphone while doing other tasks? >> everything we know tell us
8:22 am
good at processing the task at hand when you have to also filter out the distraction. people are kidding themselves. >> for all of us self proclaimed masters of multitasking, it looks like the joke is on us. >> i have trouble single tasking. >> right? it's true. dr. miller says the modern devices are greet tools. we just need to focus on a single task when you use them. limit your distractions to get more done. but by definition, you're doing one thing and then a text message pops up. angelina jolie and jack black open up about working with >>. the last one -- >> we start off
8:23 am
valley. we have been either all morning long. >> metro tells us that they spotted a suspected drunk driver around 230 this morning. they were not chasing the driver were following the driver from the helicopter as the driver was speeding down spring mountain, traveling eastbound toward rainbow boulevard there was a red light. they said the driver blasted through the red light and collided with a woman driving a nissan sentra. both vehicles rolled over into a parking lot where the area at a gas station where people would normally be fueling up this morning. this morning and overnight, and the darkness the investigation began. the driver of the nissan sentra, a woman died on the scene. the driver of the gmc yukon, a man was taken to umc and he is not expected to survive. what we were last sold, he is suspected of drunk driving.
8:24 am
scene of this investigation, it will continue for several hours. back to you. >> think you and so now in our newsroom we will have more a news 3 live at noon on that accident and the status of the cleanup there. let's check in now with kelly talking about weather. it was chilly this morning! >> kelly: it definitely was a startup attempt is in the mid and upper 30 look how fast the temperatures are rising. already downtown 46 degrees, 49 green valley, several incoming -- today we're spending a high of 61 degrees with mostly sunny skies and upper 60s by friday and saturday but a big storm system on the way for sunday. >> thank you so much, stay with
8:25 am
updates 8:30 now on this wednesday morning. 27th of january, 2016. chilly day out on our plaza. we are smack dab in the middle of winter, and we say hello to the folks who decided to come out. >> yes, we do. thank you. >> do you ever feel like you're in a style rut? jill martin is about to make one lucky couple feel great with a brand-new look. the best part? you can get it, too, because their outfits are part of a special steals and deals. >> fantastic. also, angelina jolie and jack black talk about their new movie, "kung fu panda 3," their kids' parts in it and if they want their kids to be in hollywood. it's casserole time. coming up, a one-dish dinner from one of new york city's
8:26 am
casserole or cassulae? >> what's the difference? >> one is french. >> check of the weather, al? >> let's see what we have for you. that's right. very nice. rip currents down along the southeastern coast as the cold front brings showers and thunderstorms through florida. more high surf and heavy rain in the pacific northwest. lake-effect snow around the great lakes. advisories along the southern california coast. tomorrow, more lake-effect snow around the great lakes. the rain continues down in florida with some showers along the carolina coastline. some sunshine breaks out in the northeast tomorrow with chilly temperatures. slowly warming in the plains.
8:27 am
down >> that is your latest weather. now, let's head back inside to savannah. >> all right, al, thanks. now our today series. jill martin has been very busy this month, helping us cleanse our minds, fitness routines, took on this horrible room in my house. you've outdone yourself. >> this has been an exciting month for all of us. so many of you asked me, help me get out of my style rut. this week, we decided to whip your wardrobe into shape. we searched for a deserving couple who wanted to add sparkle
8:28 am
let's meet diane and paul. >> i'm diane. i've been marryied to my husband paul six years now. we have a 10 month old daughter, liliana. i'm a stay at home mom, so my days consist of chasing her around the house, diaper changes, laundry. it's not a glamorous life. >> my wife literally spends all of her time taking care of our daughter, especially when i'm not home. so she really deserves to have some time where it's all about her. >> every morning i wake up, i put on the same mom outfit, yoga pants and a t-shirt. i brush my hair into a ponytail and that's my look. >> i'll spend long hours at work often, so when i am off of work, i'm just anxious to get home to my beautiful wife and daughter. so i don't spend much time shopping for clothes or doing my hair. i kind of run some mousse through it at the beginning of the day and that's it. >> it's a new year and time for
8:29 am
>> she deserves it, and i'm really grateful that i get to be a part of it. >> they are adorable. so this is diane before. now, diane, come on out. let's see your style makeover. wow! you look gorgeous. >> doesn't she look great? >> how do you feel, diane? >> wonderful. i can't believe this is me. i haven't looked this way in probably over a year and a half. >> you look like a million bucks. >> thank you. >> you excited to see paul? you haven't seen each other yet, right? >> absolutely. can't wait. >> she's seen herself but not her husband, as you said. we have him hiding right now in the green room. i think it's time to bring -- look at him. >> there's paul. >> don't look at the monitor. >> i'll cover your eyes here. >> they just got back. we want to thank louis and igor. they went separately this morning, so they separated at
8:30 am
each other for the first time. ready? >> i'm ready. >> one, two, three. >> wow. come on in, paul. >> you look beautiful. >> you look great, too. >> awe. >> did i get lipstick on you? no, you're good. >> how did you get roped into this style makeover? you look great. >> thank you. i'm grateful, and she looks beautiful. >> thank you. you look good, too. i love the flowers. they're gorgeous. >> you're adorable. the best thing, people can see this and do this themselves? >> this is great. we got to spend the day yesterday together. this is so nice because we never get to do this for ourselves, they did. a lot of the items they're wearing are steals and deals items so you can get them, too. >> all right. >> i'll use you as the model. come over here so we can show you off. let's start with the jeans. this was the first pair of jeans
8:31 am
these are $167 to $207 retail. celebrity fans are kristen stewart, halle berry and taylor swift. there's boot cut, skinny., you can find them. retail, $167 to $207. deal, $49.99, 76% off. and all colors, right? >> ripped, no rips, yeah. all on great deal on designer jeans. next up, the jewelry. a little sparkle in your life. retail, $275. it's a four-piece set. you get three of the necklaces and then you get earrings. three lengths. we layered them on diane. you can see how pretty they look. retail is $275. deal is $49. 82% off. they come in platinum or 18
8:32 am
>> cc,. >> we have the beautiful designer bag that retails $550. it is an investment piece. four colors, made in the u.s. fans of the brand, sarah jessica parker and demi moore. the deal is $79. 86% off. >> you can put your mom stuff in there, too, and it's cute. >> diapers. >> baby is so gorgeous. >> absolutely. >> let's talk about paul. >> on to paul. we had so much fun yesterday. he's wearing two of our deals, too. oxford shirts, $69 to $82. we put him in the shirt and the sweater. you get a choice of one. all the versions are on the retail, $68 to $82. deal is $24. great to layer urnnder a suit you already have. if you're a little more formal or need ties or a gift that
8:33 am
dapper ties, $165. you get three woechbven ties. the deal is $39. 76% off. >> great. what's the next one? >> last one -- i'm going to steal these and have you model to embarrass you a little more. i know how much you're loving this. put the hat on. the portoland accessories, retail $225 to $235. you can get the cashmere hat and scarf set. i'll put this on you, too. i'm really doing it all here for you, paul. so the retail is $225 to $235. deal is $65. up to 72% off. >> great. we have great deals. to get them. you have another thing going on. >> i have two more things going on. the first one is we have a special web deal on ted
8:34 am
revamp your style for 2016, send us a photo of the oldest most out of date thing in your closet. uh-oh. using your #start today contest. you'll have a chance to win one of each of the deals. you have 24 hours starting now. i cannot wait. you probably have good things. >> exactly. the oldest, most out of date, crazy thing in your closet. >> picture. >> you'll pick a winner. >> and announce it, yeah. >> thank you so much. big thank you to both of you. you look fabulous. hope you had fun. >> thanks so much. >> let's run through the products. jeans from jane's jeans. jewelry from kenneth jay lane. beryl bag. oxford golf shirts. salt and dapper ties and portoland accessories. thanks, guys. up next, angelina jolie and
8:35 am
first, this is "today" on nbc. we've been watching up with the stars of the "kung fu panda" franchise. >> it's angelina jolie and jack black's turn. we sat down with them to talk about the movie and their special co-stars. >> drop this! about to be served. we'll have two justice platters. did you want extra sauce? >> on the side. >> on the side. >> what is it about these films that makes them so special? >> i think anything that comes from such a good place is very special. the intention of this is to do something for children. you know, it's relatable for everybody. really, it's for children and it has beautiful messages of embracing who you are, being a family, loyalty, understanding all different types of family, all different types of beings
8:36 am
it's a family affair. four of the jolie-pitt kids and black's son samuel had roles in the movie. >> how was it working with your kids? >> it was so much fun. >> they took it seriously. i'm not sure i can do this. you know, to talk them through it, simple things, but they really took it seriously as a job. getting it right and not doing a bad job. >> whose idea was it? did you have to convince them to don't, or were they excited to have a part? >> we forced them. it's like, get out there and do your job. earn some money for this family. my boy wanted to don't. when i told him, we're doing "kung fu panda 3," he was like, can i be in it? i was like, i'll see what i can do. i'll try to get you a line. >> do we have acting bugs on our hands? >> i hope not. >> why? >> if they're going to be
8:37 am
and then be actors. >> i encourage them, when they want to be in a thing, want to act, i say, what are you going to write? you have to write it. i try to steer them towards writing and directing, things on the iphone. iphone video films. >> i bet yours are great. >> good stuff. >> reporter: dustin hoffman and lucy liu are back again. and a few new voices you might recognize. >> these are your cousins, dim and sully. >> welcome back. >> how you been, man? >> whose the panda? >> you the panda. >> you the panda. >> it's like the best job in the world. if you can get a cool animated film -- >> that works. >> it's so fun. and it's sort of lower stress than a live action film, where you have to wake up at 5:00 a.m. and go through the hair, makeup
8:38 am
you show up in your pjs and let it go for a few hours. it's a really fun job. >> because he can only be stopped by a master of chi. >> again with the chi. >> jack, should we expect a number 4? >> i think these things -- the natural progression is three. the beginning the middle and the end. the big finish. that seems to be the law of sequels. when we started off, that was the hope, in my mind, is man, maybe this will be a huge hit and we'll do another one. >> i think there's a hunger for pandas. people want more panda, and it's a good sign. >> reporter: for "today," los angeles. >> my kids want more panda. they're excited. >> your son was watching -- >> my little one was watching the first one last night, getting ready. tonight, we'll watch the second. >> cute. >> "kung fu panda 3" opening on friday. ahead, a recipe you need to
8:39 am
we'll have a twist on a classic this is going to be good. 8:48. back with "today" food. it's all about casseroles this week. chef michael white is here with a one-pot recipe. michael, i'm going to say off the bat, i'm a fan of yours and your restaurant. this is going to be fun for me. >> awesome. >> we're making cassoulet? >> cassoulet, casserole. cassoulet is actually the pot in which we're going to cook it in. it is a mixture, very much like we have baked beans, pork and ham. we have smoked bacon, sausage. we're using chicken because it's healthier. you can use whatever you so desire. >> this is like getting a personal cooking lesson.
8:40 am
first thing is sofrotito. >> this is a sauce, basically. >> what we're going to do is drain it. we're going to saute this, and this is the foundation for the sauce. >> how long does it take to brown? >> five to ten minutes. don't burn it. we could puree it. what i'm going to do now is transfer this. what we have is the bacon. we preroast third-degree-roasted this a bit and we'll have a little bit of fun on the bottom. deglaze this. >> never know. >> unbelievable. >> deglaze with white wine. we'll reduce this down. add the meat and put it inside of here. now, these are large, creamy
8:41 am
then we have an aeromatic bouquet. >> why? >> i don't want the needles and things inside the sauce. >> makes sense. >> meat goes in, we cover it and braise it. >> how long does it cook? >> two and a half hours. very, very slowly. >> all right. >> length of time is important because it becomes very creamy. this is the thing that a lot of times -- >> i want to interrupt for a second and check in with my tasters. >> so good. >> cassoulet. >> i always use great terminology. we were poking an egg and doing a vortex the last time. remember that? >> i do. >> what i'm going to do is i put bread crumbs on top. >> can you show down in there? look how beautiful that looks. >> that is not finished. it could go back in the oven a little bit. you know how we talk about casseroles the next day? it really, really absorbs the flavor.
8:42 am
the chicken will basically fall off the bone. >> literally fall off the bone. again, it could be, tra something else, but we're doing chicken here. your team has a bit of this downstairs that we made. >> down the line, tamron? >> i can just pour this bowl down my mouth right now. it's amazing. >> she's planning to bathe in the bowl later. >> i love cassoulet. my first time with chicken, perfection. >> i've not anything like this in a long time. spectacular. >> so good. >> nat and savannah? >> mouth full. >> casserole and cassoulet, are they the same? >> yes. tip from wisconsin, knows everything about casseroles, right? >> late at night, i'm walking down the street in new york. michael is standing out there, grabs me and says, i want to show you my new restaurant, here. hasn't opened yet. gave me a tour. it's kind of close to my house.
8:43 am
kitchen -- >> lunchroom. >> -- in your backyard. fantastic. you plated it up. >> little bit of the juice. again, the caramelized -- you see this golden liquid. listen, this is perfect. on the snow day the other day, it would have been amazing. just as good today. and i will -- tuesday, this is on the menu. next time you're walking down the street, my friend, and it's cold out, you know where to go. >> can you freeze this? >> absolutely. it's a great meal ahead, day ahead, put it in the fridge, back in the oven, slow cooker. >> start to finish, it's a fairly time-consuming thing. you have to cook it properly. >> the results are worth it. >> yummy. >> michael white, nice to see you. >> thank you. >> go to for the recipe.
8:44 am
this is "today" on nbc. how good was that? >> we have a glow. so good. i want to take a nap now. >> what's coming up next hour? >> we've got a big deal going on. we're starting our today's take
8:45 am
25 days of prizes. >> good prizes. >> visit facebook "today's kwats take site. >> and al's wallet drama.
8:46 am
>> after your local news. >> general good morning everybody i am michelle glassware been following breaking news all morning long. there was a horrific deadly crash in the valley and will have more on that. we've been lied there all morning long on rainbow and spring mountain. >> reporter: metro said they will rely? open this intersection at rainbow and the mountain and the next hour. they're beginning to clean up the mess that was left after a terrible crash that had killed one woman. there was a person driving that truck right there come a gmc yukon around 3:00 a.m. this morning. metro says they were observing the yukon because they suspected that the driver was intoxicated. dui.
8:47 am
essay however, they were keeping a lot on it with the helicopter. as the yukon drove eastbound on spring on it approached a flight the less a light at rainbow and flew through the red light and collided with a woman who was driving a nissan sentra. that collision ended up in a gas station parking lot and the woman driving the nissan was killed instantly. the driver of the yukon was taken to umc and is in great condition. possibly will not survive. as for what led to this, again, metro detectives believe that the person was under the influence as a side note, maybe -- the yukon was reported stolen knowledgeable. back to you. >> thank you so much for doing a great job out there. we'll have more on this crash on news 3 live at noon. let's check our weather right now and outside, chilly was
8:48 am
>> kelly: yes temperatures very chill but right now we are
8:49 am
this morning on "today's take," dond trumptrump bows out of tomorrow's debate. what is he doing instead? a sneak peek at one of the super bowl ads everyone will be talking ab it could get a little wild
8:50 am
all that and more coming up now. >> announc: from nbc news, this is "today's take," with al roker, natalie morales, willie geist and tamron hall, live from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. welcome to "today." wednesday morning, it's january 2016. it's a balmy day, warm. >> we don't like that word. >> willie, al, tamron and natalie, we're all hear. the theme you hear, that's "the godfather." vigoda. >> we love abe vigoda. he just passed away at the age of 94. of course, he was in "the godfather." you knew he was going to get whacked.
8:51 am
knew him around the world also from the comedy series "barney miller." we loved him on this show. he made numerous appearances. we joked with matt that he looked like abe. through the years, he'sshe'd visit us. -- he'd visit us. so terrific. his car didn't arrive in los ride home. told stories about the "godfather," "barney miller," lovely gentleman. >> someone who discovered fame later in life. he was in his 50s. good to see he reinvented himself. >> he was a running gag on "leatherman." i'm not dead. >> 1982, there was a reporter who posted that he -- in "people" magazine. >> before posting. >> well, in the magazine.
8:52 am
>> yes. >> i'll be honest, growing up, i knew him as the guy who walked on to leathermant letterman. i had to realize he had a career before that. >> barney miller's -- there was a spin off, right? >> yeah. kids. he was my favorite character on "barney miller," bish. >> so joseph fiennes, the brother of ralph, they're white, jackson. >> yes. >> there is a huge controversy. i don't know if it's a controversy. >> what do you mean? >> i mean the white guy is playing michael jackson, the black guy. >> how great is this?
8:53 am
better. >> bbc, right? >> we've run out of black american actors to play michael jackson. >> the premise of the film, it's a true road trip that elizabeth taylor, marlon and michael jackson took after -- >> amazing ride. >> who will play elizabeth taylor? >> i didn't know we were going to talk about this. >> i'm sorry. >> off topic a little bit. >> it's a hot topic. >> is it later in life michael jackson, is that why he's able to pull it off? >> post 9/11. >> lighter later in life. >> will you tell us more? >> it's done. people are very, very, very, very upset, as you can imagine. >> it's ridiculous. >> it is ridiculous. you also have this beef with british actors who get all the nominations in the u.s. >> movies and tv shows, they keep casting brits and guys from australia to play americans. we have not run out of american actors who are pretty darn good. i'm sorry.
8:54 am
>> there are a lot of fine actors and they make great performances. but we do have american actors. >> who would play donald trump? trying to get back on topic. >> well, probably daniel craig. >> daniel craig. >> because he's british. >> okay. i thought we were going the other way. let's talk about why donald trump is in the news this morning. he says he's going to skip tomorrow night's debate on fox over concerns that he would not be treated fairly by fox moderator megyn kelly, and he's not been treated fairly in by fox news. he posted this video on instagram yesterday. me. she knows that. i know that. everybody knows that. do you really think she can be fair at a debate? >> the bad blood, of course, between trump, fox news and megyn kelly goes back to the first fox debate in august.
8:55 am
tough question, asking about his passed comments on women and he took exception to it. fox fired back with a statement accusing trump's campaign manager with threatening megyn kelly. saying, quote, we can't give into terrorizations toward any employees. trump is welcome at thursday night's debay and will be treated fairly but he can't dictate the moderators on the questions. what trump took exception to was not that part. there was an earlier statement about them being snarky about him and megyn kelly, putin and how to handle iran. he said, enough is enough cht i. i don't need you. >> fox stoked the flames. >> it's hard to stoke the flame when the flame is on fire. have you ever seen when donald trump went on wwe? >> sure. >> if you put that clip of him saying, i'm not going -- and his appearance of the wrestling thing, it's very similar.
8:56 am
mcmahon's play book on success. >> he's done everything in his own way. >> rewritten the rules. politics. ted cruz -- debate. the trump campaign said, no. we're going to do a parallel event on a different network to benefit veterans groups. he said, i'm not going to show up and bring my 20 million viewers to you, fox. i'll show up with my 20 million viewers and raise money for wounded warriors what network says, i'll give you the platform? >> hey, donald. >> think someone will take him? here's the thing, he doesn't need a network. people will take it live, i think. >> you think cable news -- so fox is on the debate, and then the alternative would be msnbc and cnn. >> they don't have to sanction it. they can take it live as an
8:57 am
>> it'll be interesting. >> i'm not convinced he doesn't out. >> i don't think so. he's already said, that's it. his campaign manager said. on "morning joe" when you talked to him, he said it's a done deal. >> welcome to show business, baby. >> maybe they're in it together. >> no. >> i don't think it's conspiracy, but i think they know it benefits both. >> it helped megyn kelly. >> she was a star and it elevated her. she's brilliant at what she does. i think it's real because he took on -- it was all fun and games until you go after someone who is one of the most powerful people in television. he's done that now. he said his word is his bond. straight mafia. i don't think he's going to show up. >> he has the most to lose, perhaps.
8:58 am
let's talk super bowl. we get super bowl ads. we're getting a sneak peek. a amazon set to release its first ever super bowl ad. i thought they had an ad before but i guess not. a look at their campaign leading up to super bowl sunday. take a look. >> cheerleaders. >> cheerleaders? marino, i thought you were the expert at these parties. >> okay. what about a snack stadium? >> what's a snack stadium? >> a stadium built entirely of snacks. >> brilliant. marino, new list. i'm going to need an architect, five-star chef. >> snacks? that's smart. >> cheerleader. >> cheerleaders. >> okay. getting ready for the big game. alec baldwin, dan marino. that's their echo, personal assistant, like siri.
8:59 am
>> i think it'll add on throughout the game. >> something building attention on al roker this morning, you lost your wallet and now superstars around the world are coming to your aid. what happened? >> i was in a cab yesterday on the west side, and i don't know if i dropped it in the cab or outside of the cab. but i don't have my credit card. i tweeted, lost my wallet in a bummer. roker's wallet in a cab in new york city. bidder. i don't think he really has it. >> no word? >> no. >> somebody spent lavishly under >> exactly. >> there's only one al roekker. >> did you write down your -- were you able to immediately call and cancel? >> i have now.
9:00 am
to see if somebody would turn it? >> when mark ruffalo lost his wallet, remember, adorable girls and he tweeted out this picture of the girls. they found his wallet buried in the snow. i guess that's what you do now, right? >> if you're famous. >> i thought i'd do the ruffalo. >> while we're here, my mom lost he phone in the snow the other day walking the dogs. >> does she have her phone on it? >> passcode, you can check the contacts, see many willie geist is on here. >> this is our music. bieber. look at these tables of swag. part of our new today's take table. tamron will be showing you this a little later on. meantime , we have wet weather thro florida. we're talking over the next two days, anywhere from 1 to 3, 4 inches of rain. and we're talking about a big warmup coming into the central plains.
9:01 am
from 5 to 20 degrees above average. tomorrow, indianapolis, des moines, omaha, oklahoma city, houston, all above average. east. a little warmer here in the northeast, b not by much. man, everybody else will be nice and toasty. >> that is your latest weather. >> al, thank you very much. coming up, you know him from
9:02 am
dominic monaghan is living on the wild side with his cut! this is way too much. i just want to talk to women about my decision to use poise. i've had four kids. ladies, who leaks a little when they laugh? uh-uh, uh-huh. you see? switching to poise helps make life easier. roll that thing! get 3 in 1 protection for dryness, comfort, and odor control. and unlike period pads, poise thin shape pads have thin flex technology. seize your poise moment at make delicious recipes that are lighter in calories and added sugar when you use splenda no calorie sweetener. think sugar, use splenda mmmm mmmm....mmmm mmm mmm mmmm
9:03 am
we offered women a mystery beauty treatment. right now? yeah! that sounds great! could they guess what it was? very rich and smooth. really creamy. i keep touching my face. so what had we used? what?! wait! just water was added to this? my skin definitely feels much more radiant. that sense of having like smooth dewy skin only dove has 1/4 moisturizing cream for smoother, more radiant skin. dove, your daily beauty treatment for radiant skin.
9:04 am
soup and sandwich and clean and real, and feeling good, sort of. and 500 calories or less. the clean pairings menu. at panera. food as it should be. is your head so congested it's ready to explode? you may be muddling through allergies. try zyrtec -d to powerfully clear your blocked nose and relieve your other allergy symptoms. so, you can breathe easier all day. zyrtec -d. at the pharmacy counter. i think the reception for this product is overwhelmingly positive. this toothpaste, sensodyne repair & protect can actually repair and protect sensitive teeth. and as long as they brush twice a day, everyday, then they can expect to continually have that reparative layer of protection against sensitivity. sensodyne repair and protect has clinical evidence showing how effective it works. i know that dentist recommend
9:05 am
okay. he survived a noble quest in the film "lord of the rings," and a plane crash on "lost." now, dominic monaghan is a real life adventurer and he's taking us along. >> travel channel's "wild things with dominic monaghan." he explores landsquapcapes and wildlife s >> do you do moray eels? >> they have a reputation for going after divers and people in necessarily true. animal. big creature, as well. if i was to swim over the
9:06 am
it would give you a nick. the biggest shark in the world, harmless creature, only eats plankton. it's big enough to accidentally swallow you and not know. >> jonah. >> you have to be careful where you put yourself in that situation. amazing creature. >> you interact a lot with children. >> love people. >> african rock python? >> it's the largest snake in all of the african continent. this guy unfortunately had been chicken coop. it was eating his chickens. the children were scared. the snake is scared because he thinks he'll be stabbed again. we do minor surgery on this guy and send him up a tree. animal. creature. >> he's hungry. >> this is a rodent. they're relate to hamsters and guinea pigs.
9:07 am
>> he's a prey animal. they're skiddish. they're eaten by crocodiles and stuff. they can be known to be a little shy. they make a adorable noise when you stroke them, make them feel good. very strong teeth but not interested in biting humans. they live close to the water's edge. can you imagine, this is a rodent. it's the same family as -- give him a stroke. you can be brave. only a rodent. >> a rodent. >> on his head here. >> he's interested in eating his cord. >> let's bring out the next. >> is that a stroke? >> hey. let's bring in the lemur. >> so glamorous. >> lemurs of madagascar. >> with the anime classic, "madagascar," kids know about this creature. they're off the coast of africa. a primate that evolved
9:08 am
primates. has a little bit of a dog-like face. >> love candy. smart creatures. they're in big social groups. now. >> all hail king julius. >> how beautiful. >> sorry. >> he's a glamorous creature. >> beautiful. >> he has a leash. >> who is our last person? >> last person? >> this guy, very interesting. >> so cute. >> they're found all over central america. let's see if we can get him on camera. >> are youdominic? al will help. >> is that a ferret? >> raccoon-type creature. >> hear the claws? >> very, very sharp. feel how soft the skin is. you're okay. >> i just want to always know. >> come on now.
9:09 am
love honey. >> he smells like honey. >> fantastic climbers. loves my hair, for good reason. >> dominic monaghan, thank you. >> i love how little you are scared by harmless creatures. monaghan channel. could there be wedding bells for a "today" host? he's dating a diva.
9:10 am
when your cold makes you wish... could stay... bed all day... need the power of... new theraflu expressmax. the power to feel better. one crest 3d white smile... all it takes... turn the tables. crest 3d white toothpaste... ...removes 5 times more stains... ...than the red box. for a smile like that, crest 3d white... is the way to whiten. now you can create your own tour of italy from olive garden's most mouthwatering dishes, starting at $12.99. choose 3 of 10 classic favorites to enjoy on one plate. like our delicious new shrimp ravioli with lobster alfredo,
9:11 am
and a classic like creamy fettuccini alfredo. plus unlimited salad and freshly baked breadsticks. because the best tour of italy is the one you create. only at olive garden. we're all family here. breadstick lovers, your new favorite lunch is here, breadstick sandwiches. [ female announcer ] take skincare to the next level with roc multi correxion 5 in 1. proven to hydrate dryness, illuminate dullness, lift sagging, diminish the look of dark spots, and smooth the appearance of wrinkles. high performance skincare only from roc . see me. see me. don't stare at me. see me. see me. see me to know that psoriasis is just something that i have. i'm not contagious. see me to know that i won't stop. until i find what works. discover cosentyx, a different kind of medicine for moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. proven to help the majority of people find clear or almost clear skin. 8 out of 10 people saw 75% skin clearance at 3 months. while the majority saw 90% clearance.
9:12 am
before starting, you should be tested for tuberculosis. an increased risk of infections and lowered ability to fight them may occur. tell your doctor if you have an infection or symptoms... ...such as fever, sweats, chills, muscle aches or cough. or if you have received a vaccine or plan to. if you have crohn's disease, tell your doctor as symptoms can worsen. serious allergic reactions may occur. see me. see me. see me on my way. find clear skin and a clearer path forward. for a different kind of medicine, ask your dermatologist about cosentyx. this morning we were so excited. we're launching the "today's take" facebook page. >> look at us. we have our own page. >> to celebrate, we're giving away 25 prizes in 25 days. we will post one prize each day at's take. just head to the sweepstakes tab to enter each drawing. there will be a new prize each
9:13 am
entries end at 5:00 p.m. two big trips to win. first is new york city. you and a guest will be heading here for four days, three nights, overlooking the manhattan skyline. four-course dinner at the hotel's restaurant. tamron, let's look at the other prizes. >> okay, al. da, da, da, da. >> this could be yours. >> a nordic track. snow blower. k smart kmar slo cooker. >> koof feecoffee. amazon echo. >> so many things. >> these prizes are major. these aren't throw away scarves you will regift-gift next year.
9:14 am
>> go to's take. >> 25 prizes, 25 days. coming up, "suits" star after your pop fix. there's a story behind the silver of philadelphia cream cheese. it always begins with fresh, local milk blended with real, wholesome cream. going fresh from the farm to our fridge in just six days. when it comes to fresh taste, nothing else tastes like philadelphia. [ julie ] the wrinkle cream graveyard. if it doesn't work fast... you're on to the next thing.
9:15 am
has the fastest retinol formula to visibly reduce fine lines and wrinkles in just one week. neutrogena . grilled chicken and bush's baked beans. >>mom totally forgot to give us vegetables. i know. it's awesome. >>boo-yah. blow it up. bush's baked beans. slow cooked according to our secret family recipe with a hint of sweetness. they're the vegetable kids love. they're totally eating their vegetables. boo-yah. >>blow it up. whaaat? bush's baked beans. the veggie kids love. try our newest flavor, asian bbq.
9:16 am
taking a look at the headlines. two big airlines offering refunds to passengers worried about the zika virus. united airlines says people booked on flights to areas affected by the virus can
9:17 am
american airlines says pregnant women booked to fly to el salvador, honduras, gaudwith a doctor's notes, can get refunds. the virus has been linked to birth defects. a u.s. task force is recommending routine screenings for all patients over the age of 18 and recommends all primary care doctors screen pregnant women and those who have recently given birth. current estimates are as many as 15% of new mothers suffer from postpartum depression. oprah winfrey is winning by losing. on tuesday, the weight watchers investor and partner posted on twitter by following the weight watchers program, she's lost 26 pounds and, yes, she has eaten bread every day. after that single tweet, the company's market value jumped up 20% and helped oprah earn more
9:18 am
a new study finds three popular methods for quitting smoking have the same success rates. researchers from the university of wisconsin looked at 1,000 people who wanted to give up cigarettes and compared nicotine patches and a quitting drug. 1 in 5 was smoke threefree a year later. what's the favorite comfort food in america? the big winner is, you guessed it, pizza. according to a new poll, out of 2,200 adults, 15% said pizza is their favorite comfort food. almost double than any other food. chocolate and ice cream tied for second. a rare giraffe standing above the crowd at a national park in tanzania. this is a 15 month old white giraffe. she was spotted th month by photographers from the wild nature institute. it's the second white giraffe to
9:19 am
20 years. she was named after a brand of deter let's get a check of the weather from al. >> wet weather through florida and the southeast. we've also got high surf advisories along the southern florida coast. coast. what is that button? this counts our likes. let's see here. new "today's take" facebook page. 7,300. go to "today's take" on's take. hit it again. let's see. this is fantastic. i love this thing. oh, my gosh. it's like the easy button. only better. by the way, we get to a million, we're going to pull a random viewer's name out of a hat.
9:20 am
i think i problembroke the box. that's what's going on around the country. wow, we spared no expense for the box. that's what's going on around the >> don't forget, 25 days of prizes. a prize every day. natalie is already into the popcorn. >> sorry, whoever. you're not winning the popcorn. >>'s take. >> catch, al. >> nice! money shot.
9:21 am
>> live tv, folks. >> you are a king. that's incredible. i'm sorry. hey, it's pop fix time. i think i've got a way to upstage al. we'll see what happens. ryian -- rihanna keeps teasing fans about an upcoming album. she tweeted this picture. listening to her new album. it's the insane headphones that have attracted so much attention. the crown on her head, they are by dolce & gabbana. embellished with crystals. $8,895. it's not in our facebook give away. but we are guessing rihanna's new tracks will sound just as good on your regular ear buds. while no release date is set,
9:22 am
it features drake. i love how we call him a canadian rapper. she's teaming up with him. late last night, kanye west announced he changed the name of his upcoming album from swish to waves. there's also an updating track list. while hard to read, it includes scribbles from his wife kim and sister in law. in case you're wondering how big the new record will be for kanye, he put on twitter, this is not an album of the year. this is album of the life. grammy voters, take vote. he wants it for life. kanye will unveil "waves," seventh studio album, at madison square garden, during the premiere of his fashion line, season three. so major. is one of our "today's take"
9:23 am
maybe not a date, but it looks like there could be wedding bells in store for one of our favorite guys in the world. john cena and his girlfriend of three years. look how things turned out on total divas on e. >> what do you want to talk about? >> i guess, where you stand with marriage and kids. >> you want to know if my mind change snd. >> i mean, i hate saying it that way, but i guess. >> at this point, in our relationship, in our lives, because of nights like this, when we have so much fun laughing with each other, because of moments like the afternoon when you fell asleep in my arms, the moments i spend with your family, would i love to marry you? absolutely. >> what the hell? >> i love you. and i love you more than i've ever loved anyone in my entire life. >> did he propose? what happened? john, please call us and let us know.
9:24 am
we love you guys together. you just got a new dog. okay, that's riveting. al roker is going to do weather at your house. we're at 13,000 facebook members. if we reach a million, you get to pick two things out of my closet, two dresses, two shoes, you never have to wear them. there you have it. i have one dress on the list. ahead, one of the fast-talking stars of "suits," gabriel macht, spills secrets ahead of tonight's premiere, after these messages. how many, gabriel? hit it. >> oh, gosh. don't ruin it. jane didn't like restrictions. not in life. and not when it came to watching her calories. why settle on taste? jane thought. that's why jane loves light & fit greek nonfat yogurt. bursting with rich creamy awesomeness and 12 grams of protein. all for 80 calories. no settling here. what else does jane love?
9:25 am
learn more on specially marked packs. light & fit. feel free to enjoy. nivea in-shower body lotion. first i wash... then i apply it to my wet skin. it moisturizes with no sticky feel. i quickly rinse off. and i'm ready to go. nivea in-shower body lotion -- in the body lotion aisle. if you're looking to save money on your medicare part d prescriptions, walgreens says, carpe med diem. seize the day to get more out of life and medicare part d. just switch to walgreens for savings that'll be the highlight of your day. now preview the cost of your copay before you fill. you can even get one-dollar copays on select plans. [ scanner beeping ] sir, could you step aside?
9:26 am
progressive insurance? uh, i save people an average of over $500 when they switch? did you pack your own bags? oh! right -- the name your price tool. it shows people policy options to help fit their budget. [ scanner warbling ] crazy that a big shot like me would pack his own bags, right? [ chuckles ] so, do i have the right to remain handsome? [ chuckles ] wait. uh-oh. weight watchers has changed. weight watchers all-new beyond the scale program puts the focus on you and not just the number on the scale. lose weight while eating healthier, with all new smartpoints. and move more by including fitness in ways that work for you. see how good you'll feel with the new weight watchers beyond the scale program! join for free now and lose 10 pounds on us. i've smoked a lot and quit a lot, but ended up nowhere. now i use this. the nicoderm cq patch, with unique extended
9:27 am
helps prevent the urge to smoke all day. i want this time to be my last time. that's why i choose nicoderm cq. is your head so congested it's ready to explode? you may be muddling through allergies. try zyrtec -d to powerfully clear your blocked nose and relieve your other allergy symptoms. so, you can breathe easier all day. zyrtec -d. at the pharmacy counter. i'm going to share a photo of my eggo waffle when it pops up. that's so interesting honey because i'm going to share a photo of my eggo waffle when it pops up. l'eggo my eggo l'eggo my eggo (answering machine) hey! leave a message. hi, i know you're there, 'cause i can see you.
9:28 am
anncr: some things are too delicious to share. golden crispy, warm and fluffy eggo waffles. l'eggo my eggo. gabriel macht has kept us on the edge of our seats, literally on the edge of your seat, on "siets" "suits." >> he plays harvey speck torreter, who hires a law school drop out. how, harvey is trying to keep him calm after a secret is out. >> you're in the harvard database. you have a transcript. you're in the bar. you're a practicing attorney. those facts are real. just like every case you ever worked on and every person you helped along the way. >> harvey, the woman is not joking. >> the woman has to show you're a fraud. you're a lawyer and that's the way it's going to stay. don't forget, we don't need to
9:29 am
she needs to prove you're not. >> gabriel macht, good morning, sir. good to see you. >> nice to see you. >> this feels like this moment was inevitable over five seasons, like someone was going to expose mike. who sold him out here? >> well, i can't tell you that. >> i tried. >> if you think tonight is a good episode, you have to watch next week, because i think next week, we find out. >> he gets arrested, right? mike gets arrested, going to jail. >> he goes to jail for a night. you just saw him. i get him out. but the next six episodes is really about, you know, this indictment. the state has indicted him with conspiracy to commit fraud. it's a house of cards that might crumble. we'll see if we can get him off. we've gotten everyone off in the five years, but this is the highest stakes right now. >> you said the next six episodes, six must be your lucky number.
9:30 am
seasonon >> that's right. >> what is it about this show that you think hooks us all in? >> i think there's something about the elevated aspirational idea of who these people are. we're not real people, you know. we don't speak like real people. we try and ground the drama in reality, but these guys are super lawyers. way. i think at this point though, it has become more grounded than ever. that's what makes it more interesting. >> i'm curious when you take on a role like this, play a lawyer five seasons, do you feel like you understand it where -- do you have that swagger? i could walk into a courtroom and represent somebody? >> absolutely. >> get willie off on that charge he's facing? >> it's pending. >> ask what he did new year's eve. >> what'd you do? where were you the night of -- >> no. >> not safe for work or tv to hear. >> it was a long night. we'll talk about it later.
9:31 am
>> don't tell anymore. could you get him off? >> i don't think so. did you say things i -- no, weird. it's not ever going to happen. >> where did your brains go in the gutter? >> gabriel. >> america's sweetheart gabe macht. >> that was a "today's take" first and it has to be worth likes on facebook. >> guys, have we ever had a spit take? i don't think so. >> you made "today's take" history. >> yes! >> that's worth at least 1,000 likes on facebook. >> thank you. >> good one. nice spray. >> did you rehearse that in the back? >> no, come on. this is my job. >> he's not acting. >> i fall on skateboards. >> last time you were here, you talked about how the set is huge.
9:32 am
>> we do. i have not fallen yet. >> yet. >> i don't know how you recovered to ask that. my mind is just -- >> oh, man, you got my dna all over your table here. >> we can sell that on our facebook page. we have gabriel's dna. >> gabriel macht, he wants to go, so we'll let him go. >> he doesn't want to do. >> "suits," terrific show, returns tonight at 10:00/9:00 central. good to see you. >> how many likes did we get? >> come on, slow motion. >> must like it. >> oh, that was the aftermath. >> here we go. >> oh! there's only one egg that just tastes better. so fresh from the farm. delicious. perfect.
9:33 am
like 4 times more vitamin d and 10 times more vitamin e. and 25% less saturated fat. only one egg good enough for my family. because why have ordinary when you can have the best. eggland's best. the only egg that gives you so much more: better taste. better nutrition. better eggs. i want a great shape. who doesn't? so i bike. i get all of my greens. and i try not to faint. this.. i can do easily. benefiber healthy shape. just a couple of spoonfuls every day means fewer cravings. plus, it's all natural, clear, taste-free and dissolves completely. it's clinically proven to keep me fuller longer and helps keep me healthy inside and out. benefiber healthy shape. this, i can do. find benefiber healthy shape in the fiber aisle. an ordinary jar of vaseline jelly. it's something we don't think about much.
9:34 am
but for people living in areas of crisis, simple skin conditions can turn into serious issues. so we created the vaseline healing project a partnership with direct relief to help millions in need heal their skin. so they can go back to work. or school. and that ordinary jar can make an extraordinary difference.
9:35 am
and warmth and looking good, and sandwich and soup and inside jokes, and dan is back! good, clean food pairs well with anything. the clean pairings menu. 500 calories or less. at panera. food as it should be. you forgot the milk! that's lactaid . right. 100% real milk, just without the lactose. so, no discomfort? exactly. try some... mmm, it is real milk. lactaid . 100% real milk. no discomfort. look at this sweet face. so sweet. ok, we're going to need a napkin gooey, flaky, happy. toaster strudel. 7 days ago, phil wasn't thinking about dancing. he was thinking about his joints. but now he's taking osteo bi-flex,
9:36 am
the feeling originates in this area... spreads throughout the body... to here, inducing hilariously high levels of embarrassment in his son. he knows it's working by that look of abject humiliation on his son's face. you were made to dance, phil. so dance. shows improved joint comfort in just 7 days. osteo bi-flex. made to move. we're kicking off a three-day series called chill out. today, it's about keeping the cold air from getting into your home. >> here to show you how to do it is the host of diy network's "desperate landscapes and man caves." good morning. >> good morning. let's talk about snow removal on roofs. willie learned the hard way. you have to get that out. >> actually, don't get up there. you think you want to get up there. we were hit heavy with all the snow. this is one of those things that people don't think about.
9:37 am
>> what's the best thing to use to get up there? >> this is a good example. this is a snow roof rake. feel how likeght it is. >> very, very light. >> sturdy. you can go up to almost 30 feet. it has wheels on the bottom. you can stand on the ground, put this up and rake the snow off. it prevents snow load, something that can do a lot of damage. ice can do a lot of damage if you don't let the sun get to it. you can get this on roof for $49. >> i didn't realize until it was too late, but the water followed the beams into the living room and creates a puddle. >> freezing pipes? >> another problem, plumbe complaining they have to go on call after call. i've installed many, many miles of this. this is frost king's water pipe heating cable. basically a cable. this is a good example of how it works.
9:38 am
you tape it every six inches with electrical tape. makes contact with the pipe and you continue to tape it. followed up by 1/2 insulation and the plastic over the top. easy to do. it has a light indicator on it, which tells you there's power to it. you want to plug sbietinto a gfi outlet. >> exposed pipes? >> anything a cold zone, which is important. those will freeze. any time you can do this and prevent that, the heat is going to keep the pipe warm and prevent it from freezing. >> outside spigots? >> this is great. feel how easy it is. >> water resistant. pull it over and you're done. >> warming up the indoors. sometimes there are drafty areas. this is a heater you can install on the wall, right? >> i love this heater. this is 100% convection heat. the only one on the market that does this.
9:39 am
rises. the cold air works to the bottom, comes out the top. convection heat so there are no fans. put nitit in a bedroom. we've had the cold room and the warm room. >> unsafe board heating. >> right. this is a plug-in. it mounts to the wall so there's no worry about tipping it over. built-in switch. >> it's safe, great. >> 100% convection. safe for kids and cool to the touch. >> more important. >> this is an envi heater. $140. >> drafty windows. >> a lot of people, you know, energy-efficient windows, don't have it. this is a 3m window kit. >> sheet of plastic. >> the good old dryer. turn this on. r it's done, you see the wrinkles disappear. simple to apply. any window, different sizes. $20 to $30, depending on the size of the window. good for windows that are drafty. >> we're out of time. but the rest of your tips are on our website.
9:40 am
this is "today" on nbc. > let's see how our facebook page is doing. >> here we go. >> come on. >> 18,000. >> short period of time. >> keep it going, folks. >>'s take.
9:41 am
including a trip to new . from nbc news this is
9:42 am
9:43 am
9:44 am
9:45 am
9:46 am
9:47 am
9:48 am
9:49 am
9:50 am
9:51 am
9:52 am
9:53 am
9:54 am
9:56 am
9:57 am
9:58 am
9:59 am


info Stream Only

Uploaded by TV Archive on